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Voices ring in Christmas time at carol service

The sounds of Christmas rang out to an appreciative full house at the Picton United Church during the annual Community Carol Service. The carols ‘O Come All ye Faithful’ and ‘Hark the Herald Angels Sing’ opened the evening as guest artists entered the church. County author and storyteller Janet Kellough set the stage for each special […]

Parrott Foundation donation a big drop in the Splash Pad project fundraising bucket

The John and Bernice Parrott Foundation made a big splash in the fundraising work for the Picton Splash Pad project with the presentation, Tuesday, of $75,000. Splash Pad Committee Chairperson Susan Quaiff is thrilled the donation takes the project down to a $44,000 fundraising goal the committee hopes to achieve by April 1, 2017. “This […]

Wellington welcomes Santa in County’s last parade of the season

Wellington welcomed Jolly Old St. Nick Saturday for a day of activities and final Prince Edward County parade of the season. Following, children were invited to meet with Santa at the Town Hall where they also decorated cookies and listened to stories and music. Photos by Bill Samuel

Firefighters investigating morning house fire

Prince Edward County firefighters are investigating a blaze at 400 Main St., Picton, across from the hospital. Deputy Fire Chief Robert Rutter said there was a lot of damage to the house, as the fire was well under way when three calls came into the station just after 10 a.m. Monday morning. “The firefighters did […]

PECI students to mark National Day of Remembrance

PECI senior drama students will mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action of Violence Against Women in two performances this week. Twenty four students, under the direction of drama teacher Matthew Sheahan, are travelling to the CORE Art Centre in Belleville Monday, Dec. 6 to perform an original dramatic production, ‘Holding Back’. The event is […]

PECI students become the teachers of indigenous studies

High school students became the teachers Wednesday as they took turns reading indigenous children’s books to students at Queen Elizabeth Public School. The PECI students are studying Indigenous issues and literature in Matthew Sheahan’s Contemporary Aboriginal Voices class and traveled to Queen Elizabeth to work with Victoria Carroll’s Grade 4/5 class. The students took turns […]

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