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2022 SBTC Spring Social
On May 8, almost 40 Club members enjoyed our Spring Social event at the recently-acquired Lindenwood Pond Nature Reserve. Our hike leaders provided 3 different hikes to explore this beautiful property. Thank you to our many donors who helped acquire this latest addition to the Bruce Trail Conservancy conservation corridor along the Niagara Escarpment!
2019 Bruce Trail Day
October 6, 2019: For Bruce Trail Day, we celebrated the Trail at Kemble Rock and Kemble Wetland. Several visitors as well as Club members came out to enjoy hikes to the Wetland and on the Escarpment trails.
A big welcome to the new members who joined Sydenham Club that day! And thanks to Ontario Power Generation (OPG) who sponsored promotional Guidebooks as well as snacks and drinks for the participants!
2019 End to End Hikes
New Years Day 2019 - Kemble Rock Hike
January 1, 2019: A great New Years Day Hike! Thanks To Bob Knapp for being a super leader! A special Thanks to Marie and Bob for hosting the annual pot luck dinner! Happy New Year to all the Sydenham Club hikers!! Photos courtesy of Don Sankey.
2018 Annual General Meeting
September 16, 2018: As part of our 2018 AGM, members hiked to our new conservation land at Kemble Wetland Nature Reserve. Thanks to generous donations, the Bruce Trail Conservancy has added another 100 acres onto the adjacent Kemble Rock Nature Reserve. Our Trail Director, Ron Savage, with Sydenham volunteers are working hard to create a new section of trail. The hike was followed by Board members presenting their annual reports and a delicious potluck dinner.
2017 Annual General Meeting
September 17th, 2017: As part of our 2017 AGM, members hiked a brand new trail at Kemble Rock Nature Reserve! Thanks to generous donations, the Bruce Trail Conservancy has preserved 200 acres of conservation land in the Kemble Rock area. Our Trail Director, Ron Savage, with Sydenham volunteers have worked hard to create this new trail. The hike was followed by Board members presenting their annual reports and a delicious potluck dinner.
SBTC End to End 2015
Thanks to all the volunteers who helped make the 2015 SBTC E2E another very successful event. Everyone - the Parking Attendants, Checkpoint / Endpoint Staffers, Bakers, Sweeps, Rovers - did a terrific job which is greatly appreciated. There were 126 registered hikers of which 74 earned the "Blantyre to Wiarton - Sydenham End-to-End" badge. This is one of our clubs biggest fundraisers. It could not have been done without your help.