The congregation of the Hillview Pioneer Memorial United Church presented a cheque for $10,530 to The Temiskaming Foundation’s Food Forever Fund, at St. Paul’s United Church on May 5. From the left are Hillview congregation members Amy Palmer, Barbara Cunnington, Temiskaming Foundation president Alvin Willard, congregation members Bev Foley, Eleanor Katona, Gerald Katona and behind is Joyanne Andrews and Garry Andrews. (Staff photo by Sue Nielsen)

Hillview Pioneer Church closes doors, shares funds

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — The Hillview Pioneer Memorial United Church, located on Highway 65 West, may have closed its doors, but the congregation’s heart is in the…

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Hillview Pioneer Church closes doors, shares funds was last modified: May 24th, 2023 by Editorial Staff