Port Theatre fundraiser Sharon & Bramwill be in Cornwall for two shows Nov. 24 as part of a special fundrais- ing effort for the venerable Port Theatre. There will be a show at 1 p.m. and another at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at Melody Music and the Port Theatre box office. Mélanie Brûlée lance sa carrière La chanteuse Mélanie Brûlée amorce sa carrière individuelle à Cornwall au bar The Social. La chanteuse Faye Blais assurera la première partie du spectacle. De plus, l’événement se tiendra au bar The Social jeudi, le 15 novembre à 19h00. On ouvrira les portes à 18h30. Healing service A miracle healing service will be held Friday at Fountaingate Christian Church at 949 Mohawk Drive. Call Walter at 613- 9932-0427 for more information. Conférence de Jacques Demers Le déjeuner annuel d’automne de l’association du Parti conservateur fé- déral des comtés unis de Stormont, Dun- das et Glengarry se tiendra samedi, le 17 novembre de 8h30 à 10h00 au Centre Agora (301 av. McConnell). Le conféren- cier invité est l’ancien entraîneur du Ca- nadiens de Montréal, Jacques Demers. Pour réserver votre billet, adressez-vous à Jane Cox au 613-543-3567 ou écrivez-lui au firstname.lastname@example.org. Breakfast Connections The Cornwall Business Enterprise Cen- tre, the Cornwall and Area Chamber of Commerce and the SD&G Community Futures Development Corporation will hold the next monthly Breakfast Connec- tions event at the Ramada Inn on Nov.21 at 7:30 a.m. The CBEC, the chamber and the CFDC will provide information on how your business can take advantage of new and enhanced programs and events offered by their organizations. Girl Guide cookies The 17th Cornwall Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders and Rangers will be selling chocolatey mint Girl Guide cook- ies at a number of Cornwall locations this month. They will be sold Nov. 16 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Nov. 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Baxtrom’s Your Independent Grocer; Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Walmart; Nov. 30 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Food Basics at the Brookdale Centre. Email your coming events to lyse. email@example.com. // Envoyez vos événe- ments à firstname.lastname@example.org. communautaire Le lien community link The
Seeking to provide intermediate students with greater athletic opportunities, the Upper Canada District School Board will launch a separate sports league this fall. While Board schools will still participate with organizations such as the Leeds- Grenville Elementary School Athletic Asso- ciation, the Board has decided to create its own league this year to supplement compe- titions hosted by regional bodies. The new Upper Canada Sports Council, designed for grades 7 and 8 students, will be limited to UCDSB schools and will run a variety of sports activities beginning with volleyball, basketball and track and field competitions. The goal is not to supplant current sport- ing organizations, but to supplement what they offer so our students benefit, said Su- perintendent David Coombs. “What is the purpose of sports and ex- tracurriculars?” Coombs asked a recent or- ganizational meeting in Kemptville at the North Grenville Municipal Centre. “We think it’s greater than coaching or playing on suc- cessful teams. We think it’s about belong- ing, equity and inclusion, so we’re not afraid to innovate and try something different.” The goal is to provide a higher level of competition for intermediate students in athletics and to provide grassroots devel- opment for coaching, student skill level, and officiating of sports. The game plan is to hold an Upper Can- ada volleyball championship in December, an Upper Canada basketball championship in March and an Upper Canada track and field championship in June. There will be competitions for both girls and boys, and the Board is even considering including both A and B-level teams in regional com- petitions leading up to the championships so that more students can participate. Schools can still participate in events with LGESAA and other groups should they choose, said Trish Brown, principal at Tagwi Secondary School who is leading the initia- tive with Ron Ferguson, vice-principal at Al- monte District High School. “This is not in any way an attempt to un- dermine, or change or alter anything that is going on at our schools now that’s really awesome and good,” explained Brown. “We want to push it and extend it here so we can energize our kids and take sport to a new level.” UCDSB launches new sports council Robyn Guindon Pharmacie Ltée. Centre d’achats Cornwall Square Cornwall Square Shopping Centre 1, rue Water St. E., Cornwall ON • 613 938-6060 LIVRAISON/DELIVERY Home Medication reviews Étude sur soins à domicile Mail East Court Mall 1380, 2e rue Est, Cornwall ON 1380, Second Street East • 613 937-0956
The United Way of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry has reached the 30 per cent mark in its 2012 campaign to raise $685,000. Pictured are Peggy Haramis, campaign chair, andMichael Paquette, board president, next to the fundraising campaign ther- mometer in front of the UnitedWay’s office on Montreal Road in Cornwall.
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A fundraising spaghetti dinner was held Friday evening at the Knights of Columbus hall for National Child Day which takes place on Nov. 20. A number of dedicated vol- unteers were on hand to ensure the pasta was perfect for those on hand. Pictured, from left, are Jose Pereira, Gaetan Simard, Maurice Barette, John Lecours and Gilles Lafrance.
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