Authors Articles by Jeannine Taylor

Articles by Jeannine Taylor

Jeannine Taylor
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Jeannine Taylor is the CEO, founder and publisher of kawarthaNOW.com and a contributing writer. She's a self-professed geek and early adopter. She's also a vegetarian, music lover, and arts enthusiast. Jeannine would rather be at the cottage kayaking, boating, reading, knitting, biking, or hanging out with @caitthebordercollie. You can follow her on Instagram @wired_woman or on Twitter @wiredwoman.
Members of the North Kawartha Fire Department continue to extinguish a fire at Sayers Foods in Apsley that happened early in the morning of December 5, 2020. The building was severely damaged in the fire and will need to be demolished, according to North Kawartha mayor Carolyn Amyotte. Until Sayers Food is able to rebuild, residents of the village of Apsley and the surrounding area will need to travel to Bancroft for groceries. (Photo: OPP)

With Sayers Foods destroyed by fire, access to food is immediate challenge for Apsley...

North Kawartha mayor Carolyn Amyotte says 'next steps will be to mobilize for food organization'.
This photo of the season's first snow on Kasshabog Lake in Peterborough County is one of a series by Mike Quigg that was our top post on Instagram in October 2020. Mike's photos of fall on Kasshabog Lake also topped our Instagram in September. (Photo: Mike Quigg @_evidence_ / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for October 2020

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Some of the members of 100 Women Peterborough participating in a Zoom call on October 13, 2020, when they voted to donate member-raised funds to Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre in Peterborough. (Photo courtesy of 100 Women Peterborough)

100 Women Peterborough goes virtual again to raise more than $5,000 for Kawartha Sexual...

Since its formation, collective philanthropy group has donated more than $110,000 to 10 local organizations.
This photo of fall on Kasshabog Lake in Peterborough County is one of a series by Mike Quigg that was our top post on Instagram in September 2020. (Photo: Mike Quigg @_evidence_ / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for September 2020

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Volunteers from Survivors Abreast and the Peterborough's Dragon Boat Festival organizing committee presented a cheque for $55,449.41 to the Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC) on September 10, 2020 at Del Crary Park in Peterborough. The funds were raised despite the cancellation of the 20th anniversary festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy of PRHC Foundation)

Despite being cancelled, Dragon Boat Festival still raises more than $55,000 for Peterborough Regional...

Proceeds will be used to fund state-of-the-art technology for hospital's chemotherapy program.
A detail of a photo at Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park by Shine that was our top post on Instagram in August 2020. (Photo: Shine @shineturbine / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for August 2020

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
This photo of a triplet of black bears by Cliff Homewood was our top post on Instagram in July 2020. (Photo: Cliff Homewood @kerrybrook / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for July 2020

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas
This photo of Cox Lake in Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park by Adam was our top post on Instagram in June 2020. (Photo: Adam @aarmitag / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for June 2020

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Alicia Vandine, donor relations and communications lead for Community Care Peterborough, makes a presentation during a Zoom meeting of 100 Women Peterborough on June 16, 2020. The first virtual meeting of the collective philanthropy group raised more than $5,000 for Community Care Peterborough, which provides a variety of essential services to seniors and adults with physical challenges in the city and county of Peterborough empowering them to live at home. (Photo courtesy of 100 Women Peterborough)

100 Women Peterborough goes virtual to raise more than $5,000 for Community Care Peterborough

Collective philanthropy group was forced to postpone its March meeting due to COVID-19 pandemic.
This photo of Silent Lake Provincial Park in Highlands East north of Apsley by Olivier Sigrist was our top Insta post in May 2020. (Photo: Olivier Sigrist Photography @oliviersigrist / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for May 2020

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.

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