Author Archives: Sharon Hobbs

What Randy Mitson from Algonquin Outfitters has to say about Community Living Huntsville

Image description: A man in a red checkered shirt smiles for the camera while outside on a clear blue sky day. Text is a quote from him that reads: It’s important to me that everyone gets treated equally and included because everyone makes up a community. Communities are stronger, vibrant, and healthy with inclusion and […]

Band on the Run Team Inclusion in Motion photo gallery

Paddling Film Festival generously donates all extra ticket sales to Community Living Huntsville

The Paddling Film Festival is soon approaching. When people purchase tickets for this event they are given the option of purchasing an extra ticket which will be generously donated to Community Living Huntsville. Community Living Huntsville would like to thank Algonquin Outfitters and all involved in the Paddling Film Festival for their support and generosity. […]

Community Living Month kicks off in Huntsville on Tuesday, May 1, 2018

  May is Community Living Month and we celebrated on May 1, 2018 in front of the Algonquin Theatre by holding a flag raising ceremony. Many community members attended, along with our generous donors. We are thankful for the continued support we receive in our community. Our community believes in inclusion! Happy Community Living Month! […]

Employment First- North Eastern Employment Network

The “Employment First” project currently under way across the Region, is an initiative of the North Eastern Employment Network whose membership is made up of 6 Community Living Agencies (South Muskoka, Huntsville, Almaguin, West Nipissing, North Bay, Parry Sound, Manitoulin). Employment First aims to align people with intellectual disabilities, service providers, educators, employers and the […]

The Huntsville Community Spreads the Word to End the Word

The Huntsville Community Spreads the Word to End the Word By Michelle Ainsworth Spread the Word to End the Word events happened in Huntsville this week. This is an International campaign designed to promote respectful language and eliminate the use of the hurtful “R” word. The campaign is in its 10th year. Over 60 people […]

All Abilities Dance Troupe Performing “Man in the Mirror” at Huntsville’s Got Talent 2018

All Abilities Dance Troupe Performing “Man in the Mirror” at Huntsville’s Got Talent 2018 The All Abilities Dance Troupe  shone at “Huntsville’s Got Talent 2018” with their choreographed number to Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror”. They received a standing ovation for their performance. Great job to all involved!  

Dr. Drew Markham spreads the word of inclusion

Huntsville’s Got Talent- opening the doors of possibilities, one star at a time By Michelle Ainsworth Meet Drew Markham- the creator of “Huntsville’s Got Talent” **This interview was conducted last February 2017 and has been updated** The stars shone brightly in downtown Huntsville over the weekend at the Algonquin Theatre for the event Huntsville’s Got Talent hat took […]

Congratulations to the 2017 YWCA Women of Distinction Award Recipients

Congratulations to Brenda Wood, Celebrating Inclusion Tours team member on being the recipient for the “Transformational Award” at the October 25, 2017 Muskoka YWCA’s Women of Distinction Awards gala. Congratulations to all of the nominees and all of the recipients of last nights awards. To read all about the event visit The Huntsville Doppler at:…/women-of-distinction-from-acros…/

You can’t “beet” this!

The community garden group brought tomatoes, carrots, beets, cauliflower and one pepper that was starting to turn red to the Huntsville hospital on Monday August 28th. All produce grown is donated to the hospital which is given to the patients! To get involved in the community garden group please contact Nancy Weber at or […]