Local newspapers as well as The Toronto Sun Cottage Central and Cottage Life magazines have written articles. Mary has appeared live on Canada AM and in a Ryerson University student’s video on You Tube!
Funding from the Haliburton County Development Corporation Support of the Algonquin Gateway Business Association Municipal encouragement Donated services and skills Enthusiastic volunteers
Cachers are coming and they are enthusiastic about caching in the Geocaching Capital of Canada Resorts, B&Bs and Motels have reported that they are getting bookings from Geocachers A local restaurant offers the GeoBurger The Riding Stable has partnered with an Eco-Lodge to provide Geocachers with a Geocaching Horseback Riding Adventure
Library has seen an increase in the use of its computer / internet service Red Cross Outpost Historic House / Museum has had more visitors through The General Store now stocks Geocaching supplies Real Estate agents appreciate the exposure the area is getting Cottagers are trying our the new recreational activity Community spirit is high - Locals now boast of our new title
Improve our website Create additional promotional material Continue to develop the Geocaching theme throughout the Geocaching Capital Involve more local businesses Seek out resources available to small businesses wanting to develop the Geocaching theme Encourage Government assistance to broadband suppliers so that they can supply high-speed internet throughout the Geocaching Capital of Canada Source out resources and funding