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Routine 424 Squadron SAR flare training

Routine 424 Squadron SAR flare training

424 (Transport and Rescue) Squadron expects to be conducting flare training over Lake Ontario, south of Brighton and west of Prince Edward County starting at 9 p.m. Monday, June 26th until 1 a.m. Tuesday June 27th, and at the same time Tuesday night to Wednesday morning. In the area during this time, a CC-130H Hercules […]

King Street, Picton partially closed for water work

King Street, Picton partially closed for water work

King Street will be temporarily closed as the County conducts mandatory water work. Construction is set to begin Tuesday, June 27, and is expected to be completed by Wednesday, June 28. During construction (7 a.m. – 7 p.m.), King Street will be closed daily between Ross and Elizabeth streets. Construction crews will be returning over […]

Rodeo helps children ride safely

Rodeo helps children ride safely

A bicycle rodeo hosted by the Brain Injury Association in partnership with the OPP and ROC (Recreation Outreach Centre), helped children and their families learn about proper helmet fitting, hand signals and rules of the road. With bikes donated by Canadian Tire and helmets donated by Bonn Law, the event was held at the pavilion […]

Kate, of Glenwood, killed by predator

Kate, of Glenwood, killed by predator

Glenwood Cemetery this morning reported the death of “Kate”, its Chinese Swan goose – attacked and killed Tuesday night (June 20) by an unknown predator that dug a hole under the fence to gain entrance to the pond enclosure. Sandy Latchford, chair of the Glenwood Board noted the geese are more vulnerable to attack at […]

Hospice Prince Edward appoints executive director

Hospice Prince Edward appoints executive director

Karen Moore has been welcomed as Hospice Prince Edward’s new Executive Director. She takes over from interim director Val MacDonald who has served in the position since January. “We are excited about Karen’s extensive experience as an educator, trainer and end-of-life care specialist,” said Peter Matthewman, President of Hospice Prince Edward. “She brings a deep […]

Challenge fellow trivia buffs

Challenge fellow trivia buffs

History and trivia buffs, those who enjoy game shows, and those interested in a fun evening are invited to the Great Canadian Trivia Challenge. The Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation, in a patriotic partnership with the Picton Elks Lodge and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 78, invite County residents and visitors to celebrate Canada […]

Bag gardening  - good luck with that

Bag gardening – good luck with that

Immediately after my last article, I received several emails about other hot trends when it comes to gardening on social media. Bag gardens have been much discussed for a few years now but are definitely trending in North America. The theory behind them is that you slice down the centre of a bag of soil […]

424 Squadron SAR flare training

424 Squadron SAR flare training

424 (Transport and Rescue) Squadron will be conducting flare training over Lake Ontario, south of Brighton and west of Prince Edward County starting at 9 p.m. Monday, June 19th until 1 a.m. Tuesday June 20th. In the event this training is cancelled, it will occur Tuesday, June 20th to Wednesday, June 21st at the same […]

Seniors can order hot meals - and books - delivered to their homes

Seniors can order hot meals – and books – delivered to their homes

In a joint effort between Community Care for Seniors and the County Libraries to celebrate Seniors Month in Ontario, a good read is being delivered along with a hot meal. The purpose of the delivery is to let seniors know the library will deliver books to seniors upon request. Call the library at 613-399-2023 to make […]

Fundraising cookie dough, tart and pie shells added to recall list

Fundraising cookie dough, tart and pie shells added to recall list

Cookie dough sold nationally through fundraisers has been added to the list of products being recalled due to possible E. coli contamination in flour. The Public Health Agency of Canada continues to warn it is not safe to taste or eat raw dough or batter – regardless of the type of flour used -because raw […]

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