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Wilderness Discovery plans re-opening

Currently, Wilderness Discovery is beginning to put some of the final touches on some of our Cabins. 2018 and 2019 has been a long and winding road of challenges but we are happy to say that we are getting close! Last weekend, we had an open house that allowed present ...
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Wilderness Discovery Boat Draw 2019

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Wilderness Discovery Boat Draw 2019

Thank you to the Hillcity Kinsmen for running the Wilderness Discovery boat draw. We would like to also thank all the Rotary clubs of Thunder Bay and Nipigon, Kiwanis, HAGI and The Fort City Kinettes for all their help selling tickets. See below the winners of the 2019 boat draw. We are ...
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Wilderness Discovery begins renovations

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Wilderness Discovery begins renovations

Volunteers needed: The former Wilderness Discovery Handi-Capable Centre in Shebandowan is being upgraded in preparation for re-opening. The project is supported by local service clubs. Volunteer help is urgently required to complete the many tasks that have been identified. This work cannot be done without the assistance of dedicated volunteers ...
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Wilderness Discovery Boat Draw 2018

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Wilderness Discovery Boat Draw 2018

We are very excited to announce our Wilderness Discovery Boat Draw. Tickets are now on sale at: Jones & Associates Insurance, Sign Design Inc., Superior Coatings Thunder Bay, Hagi Community Service For Independence and many more locations around town. You can also call for tickets, we can process your payment ...
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Wilderness Discovery Plans Re-opening in Summer 2018

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Wilderness Discovery Plans Re-opening in Summer 2018

“It took almost two years of negotiating with the province but Lake Shebandowan’s Wilderness Discovery Camp for disabled people will re-open next spring under ownership of a group of service clubs. Handicapped Action Group Inc. (HAGI) had leased the former YMCA Camp Carson-Cross from the government but was unable to ...
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