Month: November 2019

SEAGRAVE by Jean Short

Our news missed the SHORELINES last week. Seems like my computer is playing tricks again.November came in with a snow storm and a loss of power. Winter is not far away. The Royal Winter Fair is on, the Toronto Santa Claus Parade...

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EPSOM & UTICA by Faye Ashton

It’s hard to enjoy this cold, damp, and wet weather we have been given lately (typical November), but when we stand and honour our veterans on November 11th, and think of the challenges they endured through all kinds of...

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CAESAREA by Eleanor Colwell

Caesarea Nestleton Euchre:Euchre Scores for Thursday October 31st: Lorna Edgerton finished in first place and had the most lone hands, Brigitte Moase came in second second, Sheila Patterson was third, Jocelyn Bradbury came in...

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GREENBANK by Mary Jean Till

We’ve had a lot of rainfall. Crops were late getting in because of wet land and now they are late getting off for the same reason. It’s difficult to get outdoor chores accomplished when it’s so wet, and now cold to boot,...

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BLACKSTOCK by Tammy Phillips

On Monday, November 11th, at 10:30 a.m., a Remembrance Day Service will be held at the Blackstock Recreation Centre and Cenotaph.Kathleen Smyth from Durham Storytellers will tell the story of a Canadian World War II hero. Larger...

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