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Brockville Braves forward Brett Van Stralen (9), of Domville, is given a rough ride by Kanata Lasers defenceman Nicholas Turenko (27) during a CCHL game in Kanata last Thursday. Van Stralen scored a goal, drew a penalty and was selected as the game's third star. Through 27 games with the Braves this season, Van Stralen has nine goals and six assists for 15 points to go along with 40 penalty minutes.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Jammies For Christmas collecting pajamas for needy kids
Kids from local schools work to create some posters inside the Prescott Golf Club last week. The posters are for the first annual Jammies for Christmas program and will be displayed in storefronts and various locations throughout the South Grenville region.
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Tim Hortons donates to South Grenville Food Bank
Prescott’s Tim Hortons donated juice, hot chocolate and coffee tins to the South Grenville Food Bank on Friday. Pictured at the truck outside of Tim Hortons is Nancy Hutt, Ty Stobo, Shawn Lockett,  Bob Wardrop, Darleen White,  Roger Arcand and Bonnie Pidgeon Gommert.
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Edwardsburgh-Cardinal says good-bye
Edwardsburgh-Cardinal Fire Chief Dave Grant (far left) and Mayor Bill Sloan (far right) present long time service awards to Mark Bruce, John Dobbie, Brian Moore, Dan Davy, Brad Windsor and Helmer Reddick.
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We Love A Parade!

An estimated crowd of 10,000 gathered for the annual Light Up The Night Parade through the streets of Prescott on Friday night. A total of 90 floats and five bands participated in the annual Santa Claus Parade, hosted by the Prescott
Fire Department. Winners at this year’s parade include: Giant Tiger (first), Prysmian (second), South Grenville Minor Hockey Prescott Cubs (third). Honourable mentions included
Jammies For Christmas and Dutchie the Clown. The Prescott Fire Department would like to thank everyone who
supported and participated in the success of the 2014 Light
Up the Night parade.
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Flyers win pair, extend first place lead to 10 points
Flyer forward Cody Adams takes up residence in front of the Tikis net Saturday night in Prescott.
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