3 Women of Otonabee South Monaghan Township
Otonabee South Monaghan Township is located in central-eastern Ontario, Canada in Peterborough County. The township is located along the Trent-Severn Waterway.
The women who call this township home are an eclectic mix of new arrivals and descendants of the early settlers. They are strong, independent and passionate. These are their stories.
Jane LowBeerConsiderate • Intuitive • Insightful
What has made me who I am today ? The story I suppose can start anywhere, but certain facts are revealing. My parents: my father, an assimilated Jew living in the Austro-Hungarian empire, managed to escape the Holocaust (although his father did not) and my mother, a reformed Jew from Montreal (who’s brother also died… Continue reading
Joyce ArmstrongKind • Over Ambitious • Community-Minded
I truly believe that I inherited my love of baking from my Mother. I experimented with making (not so perfect) buns shortly after we were married in 1959. When Doug and I took over the farm, we had high school boys who worked on the farm and could they ever eat! They devoured a batch of… Continue reading
Margaret HamiltonStrong • Caring • Blessed
I was born in Peterborough in 1947, left at the age of 17 and returned in 2004, In 2018 my husband and I celebrated our 51st wedding anniversary. We have had many ups and downs but held true to our promise of getting through whatever was dealt to us together. We have two daughters who… Continue reading
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