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Amber Green

Amber Green

Amber is a freelance journalist with InnisfilToday. Before writing full-time, she graduated from the University of Toronto with a specialization in political science, and she worked in the financial industry. Dedicated to the craft of writing, she is a storyteller at heart who writes novels, poetry, and short stories. She lives in Innisfil.

Recent Work by Amber

New shop brings the 'simple joys' of thrifting to Innisfil

New shop brings the 'simple joys' of thrifting to Innisfil

Julianna’s Thrift Shop opened along Yonge Street in March
How this farm's fertilizer helps enrich gardens, equestrian teams

How this farm's fertilizer helps enrich gardens, equestrian teams

Fundraiser runs Saturday at Foxwood Farm; proceeds benefit members of the junior and silver show squads
Rising to the occasion: Local teen makes, gives out cake kits

Rising to the occasion: Local teen makes, gives out cake kits

Nathan Brennan came up with the idea while attempting to earn the Chief Scout Award, which requires the completion of a community-oriented service project
Business owner helps others, 'especially during a time of loss'

Business owner helps others, 'especially during a time of loss'

Innisfil-based Keepsakes by Betty Jane can make handmade items such as pillows and teddy bears out of old clothing
Out of the Cold Café founder brings 'joy and relief' to clients

Out of the Cold Café founder brings 'joy and relief' to clients

Space serves as a café for limited hours during the day and as an extreme cold overnight warming centre when the temperature drops to -10 C or below
'A tough year': Innisfil's C4Kids sees demand for service spike

'A tough year': Innisfil's C4Kids sees demand for service spike

Christmas For Kids assisted 705 people from 205 families during the holiday season, but organization plans to change name to better reflect year-round efforts
'Empathy and compassion' drives Helping Hand Food Bank volunteer

'Empathy and compassion' drives Helping Hand Food Bank volunteer

Bradford's Donna Lutchman volunteers for three to five hours per week and sits on organization's Policy and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committees
Order up: Local Eggsmart donates meals to those in need

Order up: Local Eggsmart donates meals to those in need

Innisfil franchisees tape receipts for pre-paid meals to restaurant window, then encourage people who need warm food to select the order of their choice
'Still in awe of these performers’: Dancers shine at Disney World

'Still in awe of these performers’: Dancers shine at Disney World

Innisfil Veterinary Hospital celebrates quarter-century of care

Innisfil Veterinary Hospital celebrates quarter-century of care

'We had to have our dog put down, which is tragic, but they made it so peaceful. It’s just the compassion that they show. They’re always there,' says client
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