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In Harmony: The LFTR Volunteer Manual

The idea for In Harmony - Live from the Rock Volunteer Manual began as a response to challenges and opportunities following the COVID-19 pandemic. With funding from the Government of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross made a grant available for the In Harmony project – to strengthen and adapt our ways of working, and build resiliency as we support the arts and community.


In Harmony - Live from the Rock Volunteer Manual (Download the PDF - 3.7MB)  would not be possible without the generous help and support of many. The Live from the Rock Blues & Folk Society would like to acknowledge these contributions.

Thanks to all the volunteers, past and present, who contributed to the content and design. The In Harmony Project Oversight Team – Ashley Davis, Jimmy Malo, Cathy Morgan, and Elly Tose –provided excellent, hands-on leadership in planning, administering, and keeping the vision and practical goals of the project at the forefront.


We would like to acknowledge the work of Margaret Wanlin and Lindsey David of Boreal Ecosystems Associates Ltd. Their guidance and expertise were invaluable to the outcome – an accessible, practical, and beautiful living document. Thank you.


Live from the Rock is supported by the strong foundation of its past and its commitment to building a strong and vibrant future celebrating music, art and community on the north
shore of Lake Superior.

Thank you to our volunteers and volunteers everywhere.

May we always strive to live In Harmony.
Jimmy Malo
President, Live from the Rock Blues & Folk Society

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