VHS format videocassette containing 1984 transcription of film "125 Rooms of Comfort", originally released in 1974. Film is set in St. Thomas, Ontario and features many prominent landmarks, including the Grand Central Hotel, Ontario Psychiatric Hospital, the Canada Southern Railway Station and several streetscapes including Talbot Street.
This video portrays the 1986-1987 Kindergarten Class at Alma College.
It includes the 1986 Christmas Pageant, the children attending classes, the 1987 May Day Celebrations, the swimming pool, and the 1987 Kindergarten Graduation.
With host Carolyn Cameron, this installment of the "People and Places" series is a panel discussion on the situation of the Bobier Convalescent Home in Dutton, Ontario, including panelists Pat Vandevenne (Director of Nursing, Elgin County Homes); Leta West (Chairperson, "Caring for Seniors"); and Nancy Hunter (Activity Director, Bobier Home). The focus of the discussion is on the need for and fundraising efforts to support the construction of a new long-term care facility for senior citizens to replace the Bobier Convalescent Home in Dutton, Ontario.
The Elgin-St. Thomas Health Unit is dedicated to building a healthy community by promoting and supporting the health of the people who live, work and play in Elgin County through the delivery of effective public health programs and services. The Health Unit is a public body funded by the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care, the County of Elgin, and the City of St. Thomas.
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Video promotes healthy eating through a description of recipes. Scenes taken from local restaurants, including Port Stanley.
DVD disk containing Elgin County Heritage Minutes series, prepared July 2009 by Tony Bendel for Rogers Cable Television. Series of one-minute vignettes on various topics relating to the history of Elgin County for broadcast on Rogers Community Access Cable Television.