We would like to thank people again for their continued support and the generous donations that have been received since the idea of Olde Tyme Harvest began last year.
We would also like to acknowledge the positive feedback that we are receiving from everyone. Its truly gratifying and humbling to know that your folks had an amazing time on the day. Here are some comments which people are sending us.
If you would like to send us feedback and continue showing your support then you can emails us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll upload your comments to the website.
Cheryl & Fred - Security Team
“Fred and I were very privileged to be a part of The Harvest for Hunger. Hats off to all the people who did ALL the planning of this event and all the hard work to get it off the ground. My feeling about this day was absolutely fantastic. There was not on flaw in the whole day or the layout of the site. Everyone I talked to was having a super time and were very glad that they had attended.
My Dad who is 86 was there for the whole day and he was tickled pink to see all the threshing machines doing what he loved to do when he was young. Brought back a lot of memories for him. He in fact told me on Sunday that he did not sleep well on Saturday night as he was threshing most of the evening in his sleep.
Congratulations to all of you for a job well done”
Cheryl & Fred Peppler.
Erin Petrichuck – Syngenta
“I just wanted to send you a quick note of Congratulations on a fantastic event.
I cannot imagine the hundreds of hours that went into creating such an amazing event, but you guys and the rest of the organizing committee did a fantastic job. It was an event of a lifetime and myself and my older daughter will remember it forever. Thank you for bring history back and for making history at the same time.
Syngenta and myself where very proud to be a very small part of the day.
Thank you for all you did and I am sure that you were able to raise a significant amount of funding for Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Thanks and have a great fall”