The Antigonish Farmers' Mutual (AFM) Insurance Company has pledged $15,000 to the Inverness-Richmond, Antigonish-Guysborough and Cumberland Early Childhood Intervention and Parenting Journey Programs over the next five years. AFM Insurance Company general manager Bill Chisholm (left), executive director for the Cumberland program Erin Jolly, executive director for the Antigonish-Guysborough program Belinda MacInnis and executive director for the Inverness-Richmond program Olivia Melnick recently gathered for the cheque presentation.
Bill Innis (left), vice-chair Guysborough Memorial Hospital Foundation, recently accepted a cheque from Hope Bryden and Elliot Anderson, agents for Antigonish Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company, as part of the company's pledge to the foundation.
Farmers’ Mutual Insurance “family” drops the puck at ceremonial face-off
The Farmers’ Mutual Bulldogs’ organization showed its appreciation to its naming sponsor and major supporter prior to the team’s final home game of the regular season.
Participating in the face-off were, from left to right, Pirates’ Matt Papineau, Farmers’ Mutual reps Barb MacIsaac and Kendra Anderson, future Bulldogs Regan Beaton, Duncan Anderson and Ben Beaton, and the Jr. Bulldogs’ Kory Tate.
Prior to the game, the well-known local insurance company, which supports many Antigonish-area organizations and charity events, also showed its appreciation for Bulldog […]
On Thursday, June 19th, representatives from Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance were in Cheticamp to present their first installment of a $20,000.00 pledge to some very appreciative board members of the Sacred Heart Hospital Foundation.
July 10th 2013 was a lucky day for Sheila MacDonald of William's Point, as she was the winner of a Culloden Cairn Print presented by company agent Elliot Anderson for the Highland Games Street Fair.
To mark the centennial of Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company, a book of the company history was started in 2006. The Centennial Book Committee included Toosje Van de Sande, Mary Bekkers and Bill Chisholm; they did a great job on it and we would like to share it with you here so you can get a sense of the history of “A Company To Call Your Own”: