By April Scott
The choristers are delighted to welcome Bill and Robbie Gordon to the tenor and soprano sections. Every voice makes a difference.
Some of us remember them from the productions of “Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh,” performed in
After three months of negotiating, 76 NORTH STREET INC. (aka Kawartha Gear) has become an official licensee to produce and distribute CANADA 150 apparel and other items to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial next year.
The CANADA 150 licence should bring another 8-10 jobs to Bobcaygeon to help produce the estimated 500,000 units of
Environmental Action Bobcaygeon (EAB) told community members at two recent Open House meetings about their plan to make Bobcaygeon better for walking and cycling
The plan, prepared with a $52,600 Trillium grant, will 1) identify safe and scenic routes for pedestrians and cyclists, 2) add interpretive
Take the fun and excitement of an auction, and add to it the good feeling of supporting a worthy local cause, and you've got a winning evening of entertainment.
Bobcaygeon’sImpact 32 is putting 32 exciting experts and their services on the auction block to raise money to
Communities throughout Kawartha Lakes, Trent Lakes—and indeed, across Canada—will hold Remembrance Day and wreath-laying ceremonies in the next weeks to honour the men and women who offered themselves to defend our freedom and democracy, and their neighbours, families and country.
Almost all who served were emotionally, physically and/or spiritually scarred, and many ultimately
Twenty-five year after they were first launched as a fundraising project of the Women't Guild of the Academy Theatre, the popular Diner Cards are still a major fundraier for the Academy.
Area diners eagerly welcome each new edition of the Diners Cards. It gives them a chance to
By Julia Taylor
Comments to the government on environmental issues “really, really matter,” Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe told local folks recently when she visited Kawartha Conservation to speak about climate change, energy and environment, and to hear about local action and emerging issues.
Unique, thoughtful, quality comments do
Dr. Muhammad Khan is coming to the Woodville Medical Centre. He will take over care for Dr. Maria Cescon’s patients when she retires in early November.
“I am delighted that Dr. Khan has agreed to care for all patients in my practice,” said Cescon. “I will be able to begin my retirement with the knowledge that my patients will have
Hearing concern was about jets
Thank you, Mr. Baldwin, for your letter dated Sept. 28 (Airports made us prosper, page 4).
I agree wholeheartedly with you that the Kawartha Lakes Municipal Airport is an asset to our community. We live near the
By Glenna Burns
Trent lakes council has approved the installation of four signs around the municipality asking people to contact the Ontario Provincial Police when they see boaters who are under the influence of alcohol consumption.
Some people don’t seem to understand that drinking and boating can be just as
The next meeting of Fenelon Forward will be on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 7 pm in the church hall at St. James Anglican Church.
There will be update reports and action-plan discussions for key village issues,including:
Women who serve as the primary wage earners for their families and need financial help to continue their education or training can apply for this year’s Soroptimist “Live Your Dream: Education and Training Awards for Women.”
The Kawartha Lakes Soroptimist Club will provide a cash grant of up to
The 5th Annual Snowflake Gala will be held on Thursday, Nov. 3, at the Admiral Inn. Tickets are $60, available, in advance only until Oct. 26 at Edward Jones, 3 Russell St. East, Lindsay or through sikawarthalakes.org.
The Snowflake Gala raises funds to support Soroptimist programs like the Live Your
Ontario has begun funding free shingles vaccines for people aged 65-70. And many local healthcare providers are ready to provide these important vaccinations.
“Many of our healthcare providers have already