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Fortification bylaw passed in North Huron council

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Boarding house issue deferred, but legal opinion recommends approval

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Irish close regular season

Connor Lyttle, left, and Noah Campbell play a two-on-none to perfection as Campbell scores on a pass from Lyttle during the first period of the Lucan Irish game against the Aylmer Spitfires on Jan. 27.

Hawks defeat Mt. Brydges

Exeter Hawks player Christian Petrozza navigates between two Mt. Brydges Bulldogs Jan. 29. The Hawks beat the Bulldogs 4-2, then played against Lambeth on Jan. 30 and also won, 5-4. These two games bring the Exeter Hawks’ regular season to a close, with the team finishing behind only Dorchester in the SOJHL standings. The Hawks’ first playoff game will be Feb. 5 against the Port Stanley Sailors.

Fidget Aprons

The Grade 5 class from Exeter Elementary School was at the Exeter Library on Jan. 27 to help the Fidget Makers group make fidget aprons that are donated to people suffering from dementia. Pictured at right from left are Leah Branderhorst, Owen Armstrong, Brayden Tomlinson, Nova Bibby and Tristan Poland. The Fidget Makers have now made over 300 aprons.

Damage

Firefighters from North Huron are on scene of a structure fire in Bluevale. The structure is fully engulfed. Crews responded just before 6 a.m. on Feb 4.

New Identity for the Clinic

The additions to the north and east of the gymnasium, as seen in the design above, will provide a new identity for the clinic both for staff and visitors. The use of a gray brick, aluminum panels and glass on the additions contrasts with the buff brick of the existing school and offers a contemporary identity for the clinic.

SHOTS

To report an immunization or to ask questions about these changes, please contact us by phone 1-877-6143 ext. 2025, fax 519-482-9014 or email immunize@huroncounty.ca.

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