ALFRED Dépanneur Lamarche, 302, rue Télégraph Parent’s Value Mart, 512, rue St. Philippe Depanneur Lalonde, 561, rue St-Philippe MacEwen Petroleum, 5087, route de Comté 17 ST-EUGÈNE Marché St-Eugène, 1085, rue Labrosse STE-ANNE-DE-PRESCOTT Marché Ste-Anne Market, 701, route de Comté 18 CHUTE-À-BLONDEAU Dépôt à côté des boîtes postales vertes rue Principale. ST-BERNARDIN 1 dépôt sur poteau ST-ISIDORE Value Mart, 4512, rue Ste-Catherine St-Isidore Vidéo, 4574, rue Ste-Catherine LEFAIVRE Dépôt au 1950, rue Lajoie VANKLEEK HILL Dépanneur Lalande, 143, rue Main Est, Vankleek Hill Foodland, 5666, route 34 FOURNIER 2 dépôts à côté des boîtes postales. HAWKESBURY Freshco, 350, av. Spence Independant, 1560, rue Cameron Marché Lacroix, 293, rue James Giant Tiger, 277, rue Régent GRENVILLE Dépanneur Perley , 420, rue Principale Dépanneur Villeneuve , 271, rue Principale votre journal ? Vous pouvez aussi le consulter à partir de notre site Web ou vous en procurer un exemplaire à un des endroits suivants : Vous voulez une version papier de

Hawks get two points in two games


Résultats des tirages Les gagnants de cette année du dernier tirage annuel des Filles d’Isabelle de Plantagenet, le 23 octobre, sont les suivants 1000 $ – B. Desforges de Saint-Isidore; 100 $ – P. DeRepentigny d’Alfred; 100 $ – M. Gendron de Rockland. Les Filles d’Isabelle ont tenu à remercier toutes les personnes qui ont participé ainsi que les personnes qui ont pris part à la préparation, au service et à la dégustation du Buffet de l’Amitié, qui a précédé le tirage. Both the SNC and RRC are working with local municipalities on the signage place- ment.The new highway notice sign displays a water glass and a water droplet, in blue, against a white background. Another part of the signage program involves placing “boater awareness” signs at areamarinas, to remind boat owners and operators of the need for A new kind of road sign is popping up in communities, both urban and rural, all around Eastern Ontario. The sign points to passing motorists that they are driving through an area where there is a vulnerable drinking water source. The SouthNation Conservation Authority (SNC) and the Raisin River Conservation Au- thority (RRC) have their staff going around the Five Counties area, and parts of Leeds and Grenville county, putting up road signs that mark the general location for vulnerable drinking water sources.This is part of the ef- forts of all regional SourceWater Protection Committees in Ontario to highlight water protection and conservation. “The goal is to increase public awareness,” stated JohnMesman, SNC communications liaison, “as well as educate local landowners on vulnerable areas and possible threats to drinking water.” The Hawkesbury Hawksmanaged to defeat rivals Nepean, but fell short on defeating the Cumberland Grads. The Hawks welcomed the Nepean team at the Robert Hartley Sports Complex on November 11. Both teams were off to a slow start, not being able to score in the first period. The second period on the other hand, proved to be quite rewarding for the Hawks, as David Jankowski and Brett Everson both scored for the home team. For two periods, the Hawkesbury team was able to keep the Nepean offensive at bay. In the third period, the Hawks scored once again, whenDavid Jankowski managed to shoot the puck past the opponent’s goal- tender. But following the said goal, Nepean finallymanaged to score. Kevin Groulx beat goaltender MatthewChan on an unassisted goal. But the Hawks quickly responded with a goal of their own, by none other thanDavid Jankowski. The final score was four to one for the home team. Two days later, the Hawks faced the Cumberland Grads at the Navan Memorial Centre.The offense that had dominated the Nepean team seemed to have been resting,

The Hawkesbury Hawks managed to defeat rivals Nepean, but fell short on defeating the Cumberland Grads. — photo courtesy of

for the Hawks only managed to score on in the first period, whereas the Grads scored three goals. David Jankowski scored for the Hawks, while Grant Hebert scored once for the Grads andMartin Frechette scored twice. Things seemed to settle down in the sec- ond period, as the Hawks scored once and the Grads twice. Charles Levesque of the visiting team beat Grads goaltender Bren- nan Kitchen. Brandon Barillaro andMartin Frechette scored for the home team. During the third period, the Hawks’ of-

fensive woke up from its slumber and scored twice, with goals from Bruno Cheff and Giancarlo Fiori. But the effort wasn’t enough, as Alexandre Renaud scored for Cumberland. The game finished with a six to four win for Cumber- land. The Hawks will be facing Kanata at the Kanata arena on November 17 at 7:30 and Kemptville on November 18, at 7:30pm at the Robert Hartley Complex.

Water protection signs posted

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De nouveaux panneaux de signalisation installés dans Prescott-Russell et dans les comtés avoisinants avertissent les résidents et les visiteurs des sources vulnérables d’eau potable et rappellent aux gens de faire attention à toute action qui pourrait endommager la nappe phréatique. —photo SNC


care to avoid any accidental spillage of gaso- line, oil, sewage, or other substances in area lakes, rivers, and streams which may also

serve as drinking water sources as well as habitat for fish, waterfowl and some animals.

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