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Federated Women's Institute of Ontario has 4 Regions, 13 Areas and over 55 Districts across Ontario

Organization: Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario - Simcoe Area - Simcoe Area  
Website: fwio.on.ca
Address:
156 Line 10 N
Oro-Medonte, ON
L0L 1T0
Street
Address
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Meeting Location - Simcoe County Museum
1151 Hwy 26
Minesing
 
Intersection: Highway 26 W & County Road 27, across from the Simcoe County Administration Building and beside Simcoe County Archives
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Meeting Location - Main Musuem building is fully Accessible; Designated parking at entrance; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
Hours: Meetings: monthly, times vary, call for information * Executive Board meets Jun and Nov
Contacts: Twyla Banbury-Campbell - Secretary, Simcoe Area
705-487-2494 * twyla.campbell@sympatico.ca
Alana Robinson - President, Simcoe Area
705-689-6448 * alana@vianet.ca
Service Description: Simcoe Area is an umbrella organization, operating over 20 local branches within 4 districts in Simcoe County * provides education, advocacy and support for women in rural and small town Ontario * non-denominational and non-political organization * advocate for social, environmental and economic change * through network of local branches examines social issues affecting family and community and works toward personal growth of all women to promote safe, healthy families and communities * 4H Scholarship and Simcoe Area Scholarship available, see website or call for more information

Fees: Membership - call for information
Application: Call for information
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Women, no restrictions
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Simcoe County  
See Also: Life Skills

This information was last completely updated on December 8, 2017

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