Category: Events

Annual Lobster Dinner raises over $63,000 in support of Loch Lomond Villa!

On Friday May 11th we hosted our 17th Annual Spring Fundraising Dinner & Auction “A Maritime Kitchen Party” bringing together over 430 people to the Trade & Convention Centre. Thanks […]

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Chase the Ace is returning in June!

Chase the Ace is finally returning, but with some minor changes, that we hope will serve you better! Beginning on June 1st, 2018 at 9AM tickets will officially go on […]

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Chase the Ace Finale at Harbour Station

WOW, What an exciting night! Last night at Harbour Station, with only 6 cards left in the deck, we guaranteed a jackpot winner and we ended up with 6 very […]

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Leaves of Life – The Douglas Family

You can honor the life of your loved one with the purchase of a leaf to be placed on our Tree of Life. Help our tree grow while honoring the […]

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Because you care, a Trishaw Story.

When you donate, it has an amazing impact on the lives of our friends, family and neighbors who rely on Loch Lomond Villa. Meet a resident, family member, volunteer and staff who have benefited from your generosity.

It was one of those spring days that we cross our fingers for all winter long. When the sun breaks free from its prison of fog and shines down on every inch of the city. Heidi Hooten-Garland decided to take full advantage of Mother Nature’s lenience and take her mother, a resident of Loch Lomond Villa, out on the Cycling without Age trishaw. It was a gamble – she didn’t know if her mother would be willing, or how it’d work, or if it’d make her too anxious. These days, there was a laundry list of stressors in Maxine’s life; from being in Heidi’s home to long walks outdoors to car rides. She was at war with her dementia, fighting every day to remain herself. She was an active woman in her past; she enjoyed biking in rain or snow, but as she grew older, this was an activity that she had to forgo. Cycling without Age was able to bring that back to her.

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Doreen Growing Up in the 1920’s.

Doreen Growing up in the 1920’s – A life story by Molly McGovern

For Doreen the 1920’s were an unpredictable time. Many families in the Saint John community walked a tightrope between financial struggle and success. Doreen was born on October 4th, 1926 to Viola and Frank Henry Arthurs. While growing up Doreen watched a lot of families struggle. Her mother and father faced their own challenges. Yet, they were fortunate to own “Quality Packing Company”, a local grocery store located at 523 Main Street North. The store ensured that their family never went hungry. As a girl Doreen watched her mother and father work as a team to build their success. They supported one another and weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty! Together, they cured their own meats, and laundered and repaired the store uniforms. The store kept her parents hands full. Doreen is adamant that her mother made sure that her children came first. They never had to lift a finger and were well looked after.

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Chase The Ace Winner Pockets more than $125,000!

Check out the Telegraph Journal Article Here

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