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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Youth News- Elizabeth - Omemee This Morning - June 24,2012!

Omemee This Morning June 24,2012, features Elizabeth sharing information of interest to local youth.
Here is the 'Omemee This Morning' episode from Mister Convenience,King Street East,Omemee for Sunday,June 24th, 2012. Note: We needed to post this in 2 segments due to technical difficulties.



Topics covered in today's episode included:
Neil Young's Journeys -Smash Hit
Youngtown Museum - Not your typical Museum
Mr. Convenience Teacher Gifts
Sprockkids - Cycling down Jack White Hill Cycling tips
Omemee Outreach at The Beach
Rural Youth Work Workshops from VCCS
Hope Valley Day Camp forms available at Mister Convenience

About Omemee This Morning:
Omemee This Morning is taped each morning in space kindly donated by Mister Convenience,King Street East Omemmee. Omemee This Morning is then uploaded to YouTube. We welcome you to be a guest on Omemee This Morning too! Just email us or drop us a comment! We reserve the right to refuse to tape or broadcast any episodes that do not comply with our editorial guidelines. Get Omemee This Morning fresh each morning by subscribing to our OmemeeTV YouTube channel.

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1 comment:

  1. The Neil Young Journeys film which was shown at the Century theatre in Lindsay on Saturday afternoon was a great event and a break even success for the Youngtown musuem in Omemee. The film showcased Neil's journey from Omemee where he lived as a child to performing at Massey Hall in Toronto. Neil tells you lots of life stories on the way accompanied by live performances of several songs recorded at the Massey Hall show. A must see for any Young fan and a great piece of art film by director Jonathan Demme.

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