Upcoming June 2020 issue of the Mainstreeter

The June issue of The Mainstreeter will be published at the end of May. Physical distribution of the usually printed copy of The Mainstreeter presents some challenges during the current lockdown, although our distribution captains and our many OOE volunteers did a magnificent job of home delivery of our April issue. Thanks to generous and timely donations from Scott Watson of Watson’s Pharmacy and our Board member, Sue Beattie, we are able to outfit all of our distributors with sanitary plastic gloves.

Given current circumstances, the physical distribution of printed copies of The Mainstreeter’s June issue may be delayed. While awaiting print copy distribution to your homes, any of our readers who wish to obtain an online version of the June issue of the newspaper can do so in one of the following three ways:
The June issue will be available online in pdf format at The Mainstreeter’s website at www.mainstreeter.ca. The PDF can be found at the top right-hand corner of the homepage. Our April issue is currently available on the website and will be replaced as soon as the June issue is published;
For those readers who wish to receive their copy of the June issue of The Mainstreeter via email, kindly send an email to editor@mainstreeter.ca with the subject line: Mainstreeter, and we will send you the June issue as a pdf attachment to our online distribution email. Please ensure that you include your name and the email address to which you would like us to distribute the online issue to you; and
Links to the June issue of the Mainstreeter will also be available on our social media – Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Mainstreeter/; Twitter: @MainstreeterOtt; Instagram: @themainstreeter.
Please check out our new Mainstreeter Instagram account and follow us as we cover the community in photographs!

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