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Web only: Amica celebrates their ten year anniversary with warm words from the very first resident
Seated comfortably in her elegant yet accessible suite, painted a soothing shade of cream with her own handcrafted needlepoint creations hung on the wall, Betty MacLeod reminisces fondly about life, love, and, in light of its ten year anniversary, her arrival as the very first resident at Amica. [Also part of this story, read about an act of kindness at Amica.]
The GOOD issue
As part of our December issue, KT connected with Moe Attalah, who's not only famous for his pizza, but for his generosity. Read up right here. Who else is doing good in the community? Drop us a line! In the meantime, read other stories of GOOD right here, including this one about a local 10-year-old who raised $$$ for a cause that's close to her heart.
Who Lives Here? The holiday edition
In the December edition of KT, we profiled a second home which was part of the 2018 Homes for the Holidays. (The first was in November). This is clean modern minimalism at its best, and when we visited it was all decked out by Flowers Talk Tivoli. The web edition of this story has lots of extra photos that we couldn't fit into the printed version, so if you're looking for holiday inspiration, we're sure you'll find some here. Worth mentioning: Over 1,600 tickets were sold for this year’s Homes for the Holidays, which raised over $142,000 for Hospice Care Ottawa.
New Early Days
In his latest column, Dave Allston, our Kitchissippi historian, shares the story of how the spirit of giving brightened up the dark times that followed the Great Fire of Ottawa/Hull.
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