We know that Ontario’s Injury Lawyers have been hard at work representing car crash and other personal injury victims for many years, striving to ensure their rights are protected and that these victims receive the compensation they deserve. What you may not realize is that Ferguson Barristers has also been hard at work in the community, actively supporting a number of worthwhile causes – from the local arts and museum community to Community Living Huronia Foundation, which assists people with exceptionalities.
Here’s a sampling of what we’ve been up to this month to help make Midland, Penetanguishene and the surrounding North Simcoe area a vibrant, strong and culturally rich community.
2014 Tango Gala
Ferguson Barristers was pleased to be a Gold Sponsor of the recent Midland Cultural Centre and Huronia Foundation for the Arts 2014 Gala held this past Saturday. This Tango Gala featured performances by Jorge Miguel’s Flamenco Trio, Luis Orbegos Salsa Project and Argentine Tango Dancers, together with a three course dinner.
Both the Midland Cultural Centre and the Huronia Foundation for the Arts are not-for-profit organizations, which focus on the arts . As outlined on its website, the Huronia Foundation for the Arts has a mission to build and sustain a community of artists that is recognised locally and internationally for its excellence and innovation.
Huronia Museum Heritage Dinner 2014
This upcoming Friday, May 2nd, the Huronia Museum is hosting their annual Heritage Dinner at the North Simcoe Sports and Recreation Centre in Midland. Ferguson Barristers is proud to be a sponsor of this event which will feature guest speaker Jack Granatstein talking about the final 100 days of World War I. For more details about what is sure to be an exciting and informative evening, visit Huronia Museum’s website by clicking here