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Something wicked this way comes - free - at PECI

Something wicked this way comes – free – at PECI

The Prince Edward Collegiate Institute Theatre Arts Program presents this year’s student production of William Shakespeare’s MacBeth. All tickets are complimentary thanks to the generous sponsorship of The Awesome Foundation and Prince Edward County Arts Counil. Seating is limited. Reserve your tickets by visiting Books & Company in beautiful downtown Picton or email Director Matt […]

PECI boys hockey team competes at Bay of Quinte

PECI boys hockey team competes at Bay of Quinte

UPDATE: Two losses today at Bay of Quinte play.  The team plays at COSSA March 6th – the furthest any PECI Boys Hockey team has advanced! Story and photos by Rebecca Juby Following a tough 7-2 loss against St. Teresa’s in the last regular season game, the PECI boys hockey team came back to beat the […]

PECI's Jr. Boys Basketball team wins COSSA

PECI’s Jr. Boys Basketball team wins COSSA

PECI’s Junior Boys Basketball team ended the season at the very top of the game, winning the AA COSSA Championship – for the first time in 21 years. It was an especially thrilling win for Coach Rob Garden, as he was a member of the PECI team 21 years ago that accomplished the feat at […]

PECI girls hockey team heads to Bay of Quinte action

PECI girls hockey team heads to Bay of Quinte action

UPDATE MARCH 1 – BSS wins 3-0 to end PECI’s day at Bay of Quinte finals. Tweet from the team notes “fantastic team effort, we just couldn’t find the back of the net. COSSA on Monday. Location/Time TBA” FEB 23 – Story and photos by Rebecca Juby The PECI Girls hockey team came out on top of […]

Comments on plan for Prince Edward Point open to March 31

Comments on plan for Prince Edward Point open to March 31

In August 2016 Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Canadian Wildlife Service held a meeting in Picton where they presented a draft of their proposed Management Plan for the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area located at the end of Long Point in South Marysburgh. There was little notice of the meeting but 40 or so […]

Panthers end regular season with two wins

Panthers end regular season with two wins

By Rebecca Juby PECI Girl’s hockey ended regular season play with back-to-back wins this week. Monday the girls took on ENSS Blue Dragons and won 3-1. The game started strong for the Panthers with Brooke Jackson scoring within the first 20 seconds of the period. The game became dominated by ENSS, thirsty for a goal, […]

Regent Theatre deserves community's support

Regent Theatre deserves community’s support

Vibrant, independent, not-for-profit community theatres have largely disappeared from the North American scene. Fortunately, Picton’s Regent theatre hasn’t and the magnificent “Monarch of Main Street” will be 100 years old next year. Make no mistake, there are a number of reasons that Prince Edward County is home to one of the most historic, working theatres […]

U14 County Clippers hustle at tri-meet

U14 County Clippers hustle at tri-meet

The U14 County Clippers basketball team hustled at PECI during a tri-meet with the Belleville Spirits and the Kingston Cats. Coaches Landon Burns-Keaney and Anne-Marie Corrigan are in their first year with the Clippers. Burns-Keaney played his early ball for the Pinecrest Lions. Team members Pero, Vincent, Smith, Johnson and Gilbert all hail from his […]

Residents want more time to consider changes to schools

Residents want more time to consider changes to schools

County residents want more time to consider drastic changes to the community’s schools and the mayor has already taken concerns to higher ups. About 200 people gathered inside Prince Edward Collegiate Institute’s auditorium Wednesday night for the County’s first public meeting for the school accommodation review. Six of the County’s eight schools are affected in […]

Survive The Drought - Tips For Getting Through Dry Spells In Business

Survive The Drought – Tips For Getting Through Dry Spells In Business

Does it feel you are doing everything right? You ask for work, you go for interviews, you do the marketing; sometimes you work at something for months, even years, but it seems like nothing is ever going to take root? You feel like a failure; the opposite of blessed. It’s like the universe has hid […]

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