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“The Cardinal Gang, a neighbor, a friend and classmates forever,” enjoy some great times at the Giant Reunion at South Grenville District High School this past weekend. Pictured are Joan Bennett Green, Lynn Lewis, Tara Arthur's, Karon Warren (Rylands),Carol Bromfield( Rylands), Mike MacDonald, Judy MacDonald, Marry Lee Gobeil ( Crawford) Kathy Reid ( Rylands)
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Halloween a great time to scare up bussines in Spencerville
The rides run Friday and Saturday nights, October 9-30, from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Drummond’s Sugar Bush, located at 3719 County Road 21.
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SGDHS Reunion
Dean Kirkby’s rendition of Disco Duck was the highlight of Karaoke Night at the South Grenville District High School 1970s Reunion. PHOTO/MORRIS
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John Morris “didn’t need money or brains to become a publisher”
John Morris considered himself to be the first man in Prescott to have a remote office.
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Barkley, Bellefontaine, Smith and Pitt major players in a four point Flyer weekend 

   Prescott Flyers goalie Jarrett Pitt makes one of his many saves against the Clarence Creek Beavers at the Leo Boivin Community Centre on Saturday night. Pitt helped lead the home team to a 4-3 victory. 
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McFall opens Prescott office with a Liberal amount of supporters
Leeds & Grenville Liberal candidate Mary Jean McFall poses with Prescott campaign office coordinator Norman Lee and supporter Wendy Bennett.  JOURNAL
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