Kyle Fegan

My name is Kyle Fegan and I’m proud to announce that I am running for Shelburne Town Council this coming election.

I have been a resident of this wonderful town of ours for the past 9 years. In that time I have watched our town grow, and have become very involved in our community. I operate 2 businesses in town, the first is Impact Kreative, an advertising and marketing agency which has been in business now for the last 12 years. This year I have also opened Impact Martial Arts within the TrainerGames fitness centre. It is a martial arts club focusing on Judo, self-defence and family fitness.

I personally enjoy supporting many charities. This year will be my 5th time running the “Tough Mudder” event in Toronto. This mud race raises funds for The Wounded Warriors Charity – a charity that aids our veterans and service men & women. I served on the board for the Nick Schaftsmaa Memorial golf Tournament to raise funds for the Orangeville Christian School. A few years ago I helped raise over $5,000 between myself and a good friend of mine for Birthrite, in an event we called “Shave the Apes”. @Jasmine McCabe of Enchanting Esthetics here in town was kind enough to aid us in… let’s call it a rewarding, but painful waxing experience.

My wife grew up in Shelburne and when we decided to raise a family, there was no hesitation that Shelburne was the safe, homey community that we wanted to raise our 3 boys in. I currently serve as the worship leader at the Message Christian Church in Orangeville as well.

I have enjoyed volunteering for the following committees: Street Festival Committee (3 years) and the Canada Day Committee (3 years). In these committees I arranged the entertainment, booked bands, set up and ran the sound equipment and the stage. I designed the Hometown Heroes banners that are displayed around Remembrance day. I assisted the Shelburne Wolves with their rebranding by creating their new logo. I planned and organized the concert in March 2016 that brought in The Road Heavy and Blackdog Ballroom to help raise funds for the pole barn out at Fiddle park.

Phone: (519) 278-1035