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Blake and Emmalee were two of many local residents who took advantage of the long weekend to begin some spring gardening. The Cardinal children were part of the team planting flowers at the Community Gardens located behind the village Library.
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High School play is the opening act to Great Friendships
Morgan Brontmire and Katie Loker perform in the opening scene of Alice in Wonderland at SGDHS.
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New look of waste management a welcome sight in Township
Edwardsburgh
Cardinal Landfill attendant Les Reiter helps a resident unload refuse at the temporary transfer station.
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Great Flea Market opening leaves organizers in Prescott dog tired

The inaugural weekend for the Prescott Flea Market at the Leo Boivin Community Centre provided an opportunity for businesses, such as Fort Wellington, to interact with each other. Leslie MacPherson and J.P. Houze chat with Amber Kunde of Amber’s Epicure Selections.
Helen Mott photo
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Wayback Wednesday

Off to EOSSAA


From the Prescott Journal, May 22, 1985

Shelly Sjonger was one of seven South Grenville tennis players to qualify for the EOSSAA championships in Kingston. Sjonger and Derek Wonch competed in the junior mixed doubles division and advanced to the finals before being defeated by Debbie Savage and Paul Armstrong of TISS.

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Jack Doris sets the bounds for local tennis
Jack Doris preparess a serve in Prescott on Friday during the LGSSAA Tennis Tournament.
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