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. Jeannine has over 30 years of experience in marketing, media and communications, and web development. She has been a digital media publisher for over 25 years since kawarthaNOW.com was launched online as Quid Novis in 1996. Her awards include Peterborough's Business Woman of the Year in 2005, a Premier's Award nominee in 2003, and a City of Peterborough Civic Award for chairing the development of Millennium Park. She's also a vegetarian, music lover and, cultural enthusiast. Jeannine would rather be at the cottage kayaking or hanging out with @caitthebordercollie. You can follow her on Instagram @wired_woman or on Twitter @wiredwoman.
Joe Yusiw's photo of a Lakefield sunset was our top post on Instagram for June 2022. (Photo: Joe Yusiw @kawartha_joe / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for June 2022

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas,
Kelly Brocklehurst of the YMCA of Central East Ontario's Balsillie Family Branch in Peterborough speaks during the June 2022 virtual meeting of 100 Women Peterborough. The collective philanthropy group chose YMCA Strong Communities as the charity to receive member donations expected to be around $9,000. (Photo courtesy of 100 Women Peterborough)

100 Women Peterborough to donate $9,000 to YMCA Strong Communities campaign

Since its formation, the collective philanthropy group has donated more than $140,000 to 17 local organizations.
Erin Shannon's photo of a sunrise over Chemong Lake was our top post on Instagram for May 2022. (Photo: Erin Shannon @kawartha_girl / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for May 2022

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath (right) speaks with Peterborough mayor Diane Therrien and Peterborough-Kawartha NDP candidate Jen Deck as they survey some of the trees damaged at the Lions Centre in Peterborough's East City on May 25, 2022. (Photo: Jeannine Taylor / kawarthaNOW)

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath visits Peterborough to survey storm damage

After City of Peterborough declares state of emergency, Horwath calls on province to provide urgent support and relief.
Mike Quigg's photo of his first sunset paddle of the season on Kasshabog Lake was our top post on Instagram for April 2022. (Mike Quigg @_evidence_ / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for April 2022

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Cliff Homewood's trail-cam video of a herd of deer running through the snow at Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park was our top post on Instagram for March 2022. (kawarthaNOW screenshot of video by Cliff Homewood @kerrybrook / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for March 2022

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Members of 100 Women Peterborough during their virtual meeting on March 15, 2022, when they selected Bridges Peterborough as the recipient of donations from members of the collective philanthropy group. Also pictured ar Bridges Peterborough co-founder Lynn Smith-Reeve (second row, right) and bridging team facilitator-in-training Rebecca Turland (second row, right). (Photo courtesy of 100 Women Peterborough)

100 Women Peterborough raises funds for poverty organization Bridges Peterborough

Since its formation, the collective philanthropy group has donated more than $135,000 to 16 local organizations,
A series of nine Valentine's Day themed photos by eight local photographers, including this feature photo by Brian Parypa, was our top Instagram post in February 2022. (Photo: Brian Parypa @bparypa73 / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for February 2022

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
This photo by Mike Quigg @_evidence_ of a winter sunset over Beaver Bay on Kasshabog Lake was our top Instagram post in January 2022. (Photo: @_evidence_ / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for January 2022

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas
Karen Woolley, who owns Woolley Wonderland Farm in Lakehurst with her husband Glenn, with Kodiak the alpaca on Hunter Street in Peterborough's East City on February 11, 2022. Karen brought Kodiak and his brother Sniper to downtown Peterborough and East City to promote the farm's family offerings including "Frozen Too Snow Adventures" during February. (Photo: Jeannine Taylor / kawarthaNOW)

Two alpacas visit downtown Peterborough and East City

Woolley Wonderland Farm co-owner Karen Woolley brought the brothers into town to promote upcoming family events at her Lakehurst farm.

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