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Pulling the trigger in E-C
Council is vying to pass a controversial recommendation that would see
the township become one of the first municipalities in Ontario to take
action against cormorants. Cormorant control is currently being
discussed at the provincial level of government.
JOURNAL PHOTO/HELEN MOTT
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|Partnering for a good cause
from Benson Public School in Cardinal got a hands-on look at how the
local food bank operates last week when they visited the Cardinal
branch of the South Grenville Food Bank.
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|Come see us at A Taste of Prescott
mayor Pat Sayeau checks out the sweets at the 2105 Taste of Prescott.
This years Taste of Prescott is Saturday June 25th Market Square 4pm -
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Town looks to score an assist from Feds for Leo upgrades
Prescott Council is hoping a grant application to the federal
government will bring significant financial support for upgrades to the
Leo Boivin Community Centre.
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Boundary’s top academic students
the Prescott Journal, June 23, 1976 – Boundary Street Public School’s
best students in the graduating class were among the many award winners
at Wednesday’s graduation ceremonies. They include (left to right):
Mark Olson (History Award), Robert Stretton (Science Award), Jane
Ashton (Geography Award), Cavie Piarala (Most improved in Math), Gayle
Mellon (Most improved in English), Blanka Vydra (French Award), Jane
Hume (Music Award), Niccola Duffield (Language Arts), Ray Pekar (Math
Award). Absent was Dana Culmer (Art Award).
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the recent fires, the Prescott Rotary Wellington Early Act club wanted
to do something to help the people of Fort McMurray They decided to
raise funds to send to assist in rebuilding after the fires. The Rotary
Club of Prescott agreed to match the funds they raised. The kids
collected $821.50 in two weeks. With the parent club matching that
amount, they are sending $1,643 to Fort McMurray.
Pictured are, front row: Debbie VanAsseldonk (Early Act Co-Ordinator),
Lily Henderson, Jenny Learmonth, Kirstine Kemp and MacKenzie Knapp.
Back Row: Ken Durand Jr. (Area Governor Seaway East), Justin
Noseworthy, Candy Alexander, Ken Durand Sr. (Club President), Pearl
Visser, and Chris McCorkell (President Elect)
Absent: Barbara Durand, Robert Dayman, Scott Laushwway, Brian Laushway, Shawn Connors, and Karen Atcheson
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