Byron Villager December

Michelle Couture Foote and Allison Tisdale, Volunteer Coordinators for the The Shoebox Project for Women, invite you to give some holiday joy to a local woman experiencing homelessness. Decorate an empty shoebox. Wrap the lid and bottom separately so that it can be opened for inspection. Fill the shoebox with little luxuries: gift card, socks, good quality soaps and shampoos, mittens, teas, candy, chocolate, moisurizer, etc. valued at about $50. See website for complete list plus list of items to leave out. Deliver the shoebox to one of the local locations listed below by mid- December. See website for complete list of London drop-off locations. Byron Optometry 1255 Commissioners Road West, London

Backroads Brews & Shoes 1296 Riverbend Road, London Style 360 360 Springbank Drive, London

Bobby at Style 360

Employee of the Month October

1. Polka band leader 2. 1956

3. The first in Canada was in Westmount, Quebec 1890. The first was in New York City at the home of an Edison Electric Company employee. 4. Kwanzaa

Nowadays excellent customer service is considered as the biggest merit that a company can earn. It is the attribute that people value more than good price of a product or even more than its quality. Byron Pizza has always exceeded in customer service and now we’d like to recognize these valuable employees.

5. December 21 – winter solstice 6. 542, most in Ontario and Quebec 7. 20 minutes per pound for a thawed turkey or to 165° (breast meat)

Emily Noonan

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