on Friday evenings for 8pm Let-out. In her additional role as a Community Awareness Ambassador, Judy attends different community events to represent and promote awareness of the GTHS.
I started volunteering in early Fall of 2017, so just over a year ago.
Animals have meant everything to me from a young age – companion, friend, confidant and family. Wanting to be with them (especially dogs and cats), take care of them and help them on to their new families is a no brainer 😊
WHAT PETS DO YOU SHARE YOUR LIFE WITH?
I have two ginger cats, CJ (female) and Spencer (male) (both are under 2 years old). I’ve adopted 4 cats in total including CJ and Spencer from the GTHS. All my pets have been rescues.
I was born and raised in Toronto (specifically Moore Park), where I had animals all my life. I ended up in this area as I had been living and working as a Missionary in Uganda, East Africa for four years; however, was unable to renew my visa so came to Collingwood where my mother lived. Nineteen years later, I’m still here!
I would love to be able to play the flute.
My best day ever would be spent with my grandchildren who live in Australia.
Swimming, walking on one of our trails and spending time with friends and my kitties.
Making a speech in front of a large group.
Corrie Ten Boom – She was born in Holland into a Christian family who hid Jews in their home during WWII. The family was betrayed, which resulted in her and her sister spending time in Ravensbruck, where her sister died.