Well, it looks like another of the County’s fine institutions is under fire. The venerable LCBO is taking heat from Picton locals for its plans to expand and improve the operation at its current Lake and Main location. First we need to understand that the LCBO holds a formidable position in the hearts of County […]
Students got a snapshot of many different aspects of art as Prince Edward Collegiate Institute welcomed them the worlds of drama, dance, music and the crafts, comedy and visual art during an all day and evening Arts Symposium. The day featured workshops from amateur and professional artists for Grades 7 and 8 students from elementary […]
CHEERS! from the PECI Girls’ Hockey OFSAA Consolation Champions, to many organizations in the County listed below, and anonymous donors, families of players and the PECI community for tremendous support throughout the season.
PECI’s creative welcome the public to an Arts’ Night Showcase of visual art, guitar, dramatic arts and photography, Thursday, May 21 in the school’s auditorium. The event is free of charge but any donations will be presented to Relay for Life for the Canadian Cancer Society. The evening’s special guests are singers Emma Woodward, Lynsey […]
Consequences of poor decisions can follow you for the rest of your life. That’s the lesson learned today by hundreds of students at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute – and one that will be presented tonight, to parents, guardians and members of the community. The PEC OPP, along with local support agencies, presented “Am I In […]
The OPP, along with other members of the justice system, will team up with staff and students at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute for a presentation and dramatic performance on healthy relationships, entitled “Am I In Trouble?” Rehearsals are under way this week for the presentation Tuesday, May 12 at the school. There will be two […]
COMING SOON TO A THEATRE NEAR YOU! Really near you. (Cue music) The Year is 2016. Using outdated and virtually-obsolete Korean wind turbine technology, the Alliance has propelled itself into the future to try once again to destroy the Earth. In Terminator 6, we convinced them that killing wildlife, birds, bats, mammals and turtles – […]
The sun has been shining on the fourth annual Pedal for Hope cycling tour for childhood cancer as it rolls through Prince Edward County to share positive messages of hope, healing and healthy living in support of children and teenagers who battle cancer. Over 10 days, 17 officers, with 10 support crew […]
Sponsored by A Sheltered Life – photographs, and stories, as told to Maggie Haylock-Capon, by Liza, resident greeter at the Loyalist Humane Society. File photographs by Alan R. Capon. (If you are unable to adopt a cat or kitten, there are many other important ways to help the LHS. Donations of Javex and other household […]
PECI Environmental Club students hosted an electronics waste and tire collection day event Saturday at the back parking lot of the high school. Patrons were able to properly disposed of computers, televisions, printers, telephones, cell phones, cameras, audio and video equipment – and old tires.