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Dozens of bowlers attended the sixth annual suicide awareness bowl-a-thon last Wednesday night in Mount Forest, where more than $4,000 was raised for the Suicide Awareness Council of Wellington Dufferin (SACWD). Pictured with Kim Kitchen (left), co-chair of SACWD, are long-time event supporters (from left) Tom Cowen, Gail Swaniga, Herb Cowen and Ivan Campbell.


Student Katelyn McTavish (center) delivers a piece of cake to volunteers Bill Walker (left) and Linda Shupe (right) as she thanked them for volunteering at the school.


This photo, taken last fall, of the Rick Hopkins Bridge shows some of the deterioration that has occurred to the bridge over the years. Council awarded the tender on Monday night that will see the bridge repaired this summer.


Melissa Honour (front row, right) took over as associate dealer at the Mount Forest Canadian Tire store last month. She and her staff are thankful for the store’s loyal customers, because without them “there is no store.” Pictured in front of the Queen Street store are, back row (left to right): Lyall Eccles, Taylor Leybourne, Sarah Noble, Natasha Fosse and Brad Pinder. Front row (left to right): Lisa Lewis, Olivia Kenny, Natalia Fosse and Honour.


Brian Plume (right), president of the Louise Marshall Hospital Foundation, expresses his gratitude to the Mount Forest Lions Club for everything they have done for the hospital. Last Thursady night the Lions presented Plume with a cheque for $15,000 as part of their commitment to the hospital’s expansion and renovation project.


Southgate Mayor Anna-Marie Fosbrooke and Jeff Leal, Minister of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs, during a funding announcement in Southgate on April 11.


On Monday morning students from the music program, along with teacher Kim Stewart, received the first shipment of new instruments and materials that were purchased through a $10,000 grant that Wellington Heights received from MusiCounts.

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Spring Luncheon

Fri May 6 | 11:30 AM

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Spring Cleaning Part III

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Spring Cleaning Part II

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Heritage Chickens!

The love of Heritage Chickens.

Another post about coyotes.

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Spring Cleaning – Part 1

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