These businesses and individuals and groups supported Wardsville Kin Day 2009 when Wardsville hosted the two final performances of The Duncombe Rebellion play by Marion Johnson:
Al Schneckenburger & Friends.
Art and Louise Long
Artists for the Summer Solstice Art in the Park
Babcock Community Care Centre
Cast and Crew of the Duncombe Rebellion
Chris DeWit Construction Inc.
Darryl VanOirschot and Carrie Howard
Dean Titus, CA
Denise Corneil, Kin Day Event Coordinator and secretary for Your Wardsville
Duncan Morrison and Grace McGartland in honour of The Arts and Cookery Bank
E.L. Fordham Motors Ltd
Egg Farmers of Ontario
Glencoe and District Historical Society
Glencoe Pharmacy and Gift
Green Street Landscaping
Knapp’s Farm Service Inc.
Living History Productions
Lyn Champigny in honour of Beattie Haven
Members of Your Wardville community association.
Municipality of Southwest Middlesex
Nick Wells, AKA Colonel Thomas Talbot
Nola’s Home Decor
Parks and Rec personnel, Municipality of Southwest Middlesex
Precision Concrete Ltd
Residents and Businesses of Wardsville and area.
Rodney Cycle and Machine
Steve Ferguson, Descendent of Charles Goodrich Tilden
Stonehouse Antiques and Favourite Things, Glencoe
Thames Talbot Land Trust
The Chronicle community newspaper
Town and Country Landscaping
Town Crier, Municipality of Southwest Middlesex, Don McIlmoyle
Upper Thames Re-enactment Society: Glenn Stott, Kent May, et al.
Villa Dining Lounge and Catering
Wardsville Fire Department
Wardsville Golf Club: Carl Kennes, Harry Van Dyk et al
Wardsville Library, and the Middlesex County Library system
Wardsville Museum & Ken Willis
Wardsville United Church