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Potters’ Guild helps Camp Ooch

Lee-Ann Choquette of the Kawartha Potters’ Guild was at the 25th Curl for Kids bonspiel in Norwood which raises funds for Camp Oochigeas, a multi-faceted camp that serves children with cancer. Pottery made by children at the Guild’s “Clay & Play” summer day camp are being sold to raise funds to buy a wheel and kiln for Camp Ooch. Photo: Bill Freeman

Norwood – The Kawartha Potters’ Guild is giving Camp Oochigeas a boost thanks to inspiration from its youngest artisans. For the past two years, youth at the Guild’s summer camp have sold pottery with profits going to their chosen cause and this past year they picked Camp Ooch, a residential camp for children with cancer that has grown to offer programs at Sick Kids Hospital, its Ooch Downtown site on Bathurst Street and other regional treatment centres.


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