Kingston Town Crier - Chris Whyman
KINGSTON, Ont., (29/08/2019). On August 29, 2019, Chris Whyman, the city of Kingston Town Crier officially declares September 3, 2019 the Rotary Nut Drive Day in Kingston. The Rotary Nut Drive is a three-hour door-to-door blitz fundraising event done annually by the Rotary Clubs of Kingston and first year Queen’s University engineering students. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
OTTAWA, Ont., (02-06-2018). Josh and Amanda were married in Ottawa on June 2, 2018. It was a small but beautiful wedding. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
SWEDEN, (23/05/2019), A forger demonstrates his skills at an historic village in Sweden on May 23, 2019. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
MACHAME, Tanzania, (14/12/2018), A young mother and her child pose for the camera in the small town of Machame, close to Kilimanjaro, on December 14, 2018. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
WARSAW, Poland, (31/05/2014), Eloise Unruh, our first granddaughter visiting us in Warsaw, Poland while I was serving at the Canadian Embassy there. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
FERGUS, Ont., (28/05/2017). Eloise Unruh, our oldest granddaughter before her first dance recital on May 28, 2017. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
KINGSTON, Ont. (08/10/2020) – Rob Colwell has been sailing since 1962, when he was a young boy. He and his wife Alevia have owned a number of sailboats over the years. They acquired Cara Mia V in 2007 and have been racing her at the Kingston Yacht Club ever since. The first Cara Mia was owned by Alevia’s grandfather, and Cara Mia III and IV were owned by Alevia’s father. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
WARSAW, Poland, (08/05/2019) – Major Marian Słowinski, a Polish veteran of WW II, celebrates his one hundredth birthday in Warsaw, Poland on May 8, 2019. He is accompanied here by Lieutenant-General Mika, the commander of General Command of the Polish Armed Forces in Warsaw. After WW II, Major Słowinski worked for twenty-five years at the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw. He loves Canada, which he calls “his second home” and he has been an inspiration to generations of Canadians working at the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
ODESSA, Ont. (09/03/2020) – Maud Morin from Val-Morin, Que., came to spend the week in Odessa to share her passion for her craft with a like-minded group of ladies. “We used to have a sheep farm so I never had time to travel like this but now I have time to travel to practice my craft and make new friends”, she says. “I’m knitting with our own wool. Even though we don’t have the farm anymore, I know where to buy the right wool,” she adds.
KINGSTON, Ont. (19/09/2020) – Kevin Offord has been driving the Kingston Trolley for the last five years. The Covid-19 pandemic has also affected this popular Kingston attraction. “The normal capacity of the trolley is 35 people but now we are limited to 14” he says. But the demand continues to be high and Offord is often required to do more tours than he would normally be required. Photo by Daniel Geleyn