Home sweet home
“Home sweet home” takes a delicious twist at the second annual Gingerbread House Competition Saturday, December 15 at VCI. Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute will be defending its title at the event. Students from Plantagenet, Hammond and Alex- andria high schools will be vying for the honours that will be handed out at 11 a.m. Assembly begins at 9 a.m. A panel of judges will evaluate the cre- ations. The displays’ main ingredient must be gingerbread and everything used in the display must be edible. Prizes are Paderno
cookware ensembles, to be used in each team’s school kitchen. Information:www.vank leekhill.ca/ events, facebook.com/philarberexcellen- tevents or 613-678-5086. Breakfast with Santa Young and old alike are invited to a spe- cial Breakfast with Santa December 16 at the Vankleek Hill community centre be- tween 8:30 a.m. and 12:30p.m. Proceeds will go to Vankleek Hill minor sports, spe- cifically to assist parents to cover the high costs of participating in local organized sports. ARTour seeks new artists The organizing committee of the sev- enth edition of ARTour Prescott-Russell has already started planning next year’s event, which will take place on the week- end of September 28 and 29, 2013. New artists are invited to submit their application for ARTour 2013 before Janu- ary 15. To obtain the registration form or for more information, visit our website at www.artour.ca or contact Francine Joli- coeur-Séguin at 613-405-0531. All forms of expression are welcome (painting, drawing, sculpture, installations, ceramics, stained glass, jewellery, art pho- tography, etc.). The creators must present original works and reside, or have resided, in the Prescott-Russell region. Amaximum of 25 artists will be accepted.
North Glengarry area recipients: Noble Villeneuve (front), George Currier, Maria Beauclair, Tish Nicholson, Patrick Golding, Betty McCormick.
From Page 11. “Horace is renowned and widely respect- ed for his important example and for his contri butions to agriculture – and for the love of agriculture that he has passed onto his children.” Tish Nicholson, a life-long volunteer, dedi- cates tremendous time and energy to orga- nizing events and no detail goes unnoticed. “Tish is an energetic and dedicated fund- raiser; she has collected significant funds to allow three individuals from the riding
to receive cancer treatment. A familiar face in nursing homes, she continues to volun- teer with seniors and visit palliative care patients. When she turns 60 this spring, she will be celebrating 50 years of volunteerism.” George Currier, who was a Maxville coun- cillor for more than 30 years, has champi- oned causes that matter to his community. He has coached minor hockey in Maxville for 15 years, volunteered with the Maxville Recreation Association for the past 20 years, and has served with the Maxville and Dis- trict Lions Club for the past 39 years.
The winning entry in the 2011 Ginger- bread House Competition.
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Steven Nevers hits his 300 th car for the year 2012... wow!
HAWKESBURYHYUNDAI.COM 613 632-4144 • 1 866 632-4144 291, TUPPER ST., HAWKESBURY ON KevinAssaly, President and owner of Hawkesbury Hyundai , would like to congratulate Steven Nevers on an outstanding achievement. Mr Nevers has delivered his 300 th car for the year 2012. This is a very rare achievement in our industry to find an individual who, with the support of his family, friends and valued customers, reaches such a goal. Steve has been with Hawkesbury Hyundai for over 5 years and it shows. All his hard work and long hours have paid off. Again we congratulate you on this outstanding achievement.
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