New dentist office, Remembrance Day, Christmas decorations, cookie mix, shoeboxes and signs
Out 'n' About
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Work continues on the new office of Kincardine Dentistry, Walden and Associates, in the Kincardine Business Park, just south of the Highways 9 and 21 intersection, beside Boston Pizza and the Holiday Inn Express
Students at Elgin Market Public School present their Remembrance Day service Friday, Nov. 11, at the school
photos courtesy of Ruth Johnston
The past week has been a mixed bag of activities as we've been out and about.
The new Kincardine Dentistry office for Dr. Michael Walden and Associates, is coming along nicely, located beside Boston Pizza and the Holiday Inn Express, east of Highway 21 and south of Highway 9, in the Kincardine Business Park.
Elgin Market Public School students did their part to remember those who fought for freedom, as they held a Remembrance Day service Friday, Nov. 11.
Christmas decorations are going up. Cookie jars are being made for the Christmas Tea and Bazaar at Malcolm Place.
The Pine River Watershed Initiative Network (PRWIN) has put up a new sign adjacent to the organization's outdoor education centre, west of Ripley.
And students at Kincardine Township-Tiverton Public School gathered up enough items to fill about 40 shoeboxes for the Operation Christmas Child program.
It's been a busy week!
Annabelle Schefter (L) and Marion Palmateer, residents of Malcolm Place, Kincardine, prepare cookie-mix-in-a-jar for the bazaar and tea, slated for Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1:30-3:30 p.m., at Malcolm Place. The tea begins at 2 p.m.
Cherry Florendiz (L), a personal support worker at Malcolm Place, and Annabelle Schefter, a resident, work to decorate the cookie-mix-in-a-jar for the bazaar. Proceeds from the sale of the jars will go to local charities
Jim Armstrong (L), chairman of the Pine River Watershed Initiative Network (PRWIN), and director Murray Ferguson check out the new sign installed adjacent to the PRWIN's outdoor education centre, west of Ripley. The sign displays the logos of the many supporters of the PRWIN.
Cassandra Cormier decorates the gazebo at the Best Western Plus Governor's Inn, for Christmas
Holding up the Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes, filled with items for children overseas, are, back, KTTPS Grades 1/2 students Taya Cuyler (L), Ryan Bytheway, Katie Matthews, Nathan Arnold, Lexi McAdams, Jared Houghton, and Halley Byle; front, Kindergarten students Josh Cuyler (L), Burton Bronkhorst, Kolby Knoop and Emily Walker.
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Saturday, November 19, 2011