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Party with a view!

Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Rona Ambrose, along with local Mp Gord Brown, Edwardsburgh-Cardinal mayor Pat Sayeau and councilor Michael Barrett get a scenic look at the region from the top of the Port of Johnstown. Ambrose visited several South Grenville sites Friday during a visit in the area. 
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Jennifer Dupuis was able to snap this beautiful shot of a yellow finch in a tree on her property.

Thanks to all the photographers who responded to our call-out. Please continue to send in your best shots of seasonal images, people in action or just interesting photos. Email pictures to editor@prescott
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Let the adventure begin!
Town of Prescott officials Katie Allard (left) and Jessica Crawford, help people sign up for the Prescott Aquatic Adventures summer program during the first registration day held last week at O'Reilly's Your Independent Grocer. A big crowd showed up to register for the innovative slate of programs and activities, but there is still room left, and there will be two more registrations –Tuesday, May 17 from 5:00 p.m. -7:00  p.m. and Tuesday, May 31 from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., both at town hall. 
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We need to BEElieve the buzz about declining populations
Local beekeeper Conor Cleary fully understands the need to raise public awareness regarding the measures available to area residents that could help boost the local bee populations.  
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Wayback Wednesday

Philips Cables capture top prizes

From the Prescott Journal, April 30, 1986 The Philips Cables team took the top honors in the Cardinal Broomball League this year, and picked up individual trophies at Saturday night’s banquet. Making up the team were, from left: front; Aurel Sauve, Wally Douglas, Gord Adams, Pat McLean, John Van Essen, Bruce Kidd; back; Coach Ben Allard, Ray Fontaine, Jeff Weeks, John Reddick, Mike Toupin and Fred Richardson.
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Art Guild shines a light on local art for a quarter-of-a-century
Renowned artist Sharon Stein of Maynard will be one of more than 20 members of the South Grenville Guild of Fine Art who will be exhibiting their works of art at the Guild's annual spring show, which will be held this weekend at the MERC Hall.
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