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Piece by piece, log by log, volunteers put together the new Williams Pavilion at the

Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan, where a heritage barn donated by John and

Marietta Quigley is being re-assembled. The pavilion, recognizing Jean and Blair

Williams’ contributions to themuseum, is the second newbuilding to appear on the site

this year. Earlier this summer, a one-room schoolhouse was moved from Laggan to the

museum. The two newadditions bring themuseum’s collection of heritage buildings to


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dark secrets


If you love a good ghost story, prepare

to be frightened and enlightenedOctober

29 at the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in


“J’aimerais remercier tous les résidents de Glengarry-Prescott-Russell qui ont pris le temps d’exercer leur droit démocratique et qui sont allés voter aux scrutins par anticipa- tion ou le 6 octobre. Je vous remercie très sincèrement pour avoir démontré votre confiance en moi et m’avoir élu le candidat vainqueur pour les élections provinciales . Je peux vous assurer que je travaillerai fort à représenter vos intérêts à Toronto. Nous avons eu une campagne incroyable et je suis très fier de notre équipe.” ”I would like to thank all the residents of Glengarry Prescott Russell for taking the time to exercise their democratic right to go vote either at the advanced polls or on October 6th. Thank you for placing your confidence in me and making me the elected candidate in the 2011 Provincial Elections. Rest as- sured that I will work hard to represent your interests at Queen’s Park. We had an amazing campaign and I am very proud of our team.” Forward. Together. Avancer. Ensemble.


of the Museum” and hear their stories of

dark secrets fromGlengarry’s past, in both

French and English.

Story tellers will be spinning tales in the

Trapper’s Cabin, the Star Inn, the Stewart

Barn and the Orange Lodge. Less ghoulish

tours, especially for children, will start at 4

p.m. in English and 4:15 p.m. in French.

Full-fledgedghastly, ghostly tours start at 5

p.m. in both English and French and

continue into the evening. Pre-registration



or before

October 28 would be appreciated. There


refreshments as part of the tour.

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“Glengarry has such a rich history and

part of that history is a fewdark secrets and

‘ghostly’ revelations,” says one of the

organizers, RosemaryO’Flaherty, a former

MuseumCurator and Past President of the

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Glengarry Historical Society. “We have

designed these tours to have ‘ghost’

presenters at each of the four locations,

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ready to reveal those dark secrets in both


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may also be a special presentation by the

Ottawa Paranormal Senses group who

visited the PioneerMuseum inAugust and

sensed the presence of spirits from

Glengarry’s past. Admission to this special

haunting event is $5 for adults and $3 for


children under 12.

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