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Rotary Club of Prescott says good-bye after almost eighty years
Rotary Club of Prescott says good-bye after almost eighty years

It was announced last week that the local service club, which has been serving Prescott and its residents since 1939, has folded.

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SGDHS reunion 50 years in the making
SGDHS reunion 50 years in the making

The Class of 1967 from South Grenville District High School held a 50-year reunion at the Prescott Golf Club last weekend, and nearly 50 alumni and teachers returned to enjoy the gathering, which was organized by a six-member committee of (l-r) Mary (Rintoul) Woodland, Sharol (Hall) Havey, Pauline (Gagnon) Smith, Mimi (Maggio) Garrah, Judi (Morris) Martin and Barbara (Johnson) Smith.

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One slight hitch makes for a funny wedding day
One slight hitch makes for a funny wedding day

A carefully-planned wedding goes from being the big day to a bad day for the Coleman family in the latest offering from Morrisburg's Upper Canada Playhouse, which will be debuting One Slight Hitch on August 3.

JOURNAL PHOTO/DE VRIES

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Mayoral Musings
Mayoral Musings

Contemplating water quality and the future at one of Prescott's best assets, Kelly's Bay

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Prescott kids painting a picture of civic pride at skate park
Prescott kids painting a picture of civic pride at skate park

Community in a spray can!

A group of Prescott youth recently took the initiative to repair and repaint the Prescott Skate Park after vandals had defaced it. Group photo of the kids with spray cans includes: Back row: Madeline Joanisse, Maggie Haller, Trinity Bailey, Jorja Adams, Desiree Bailey, Domenic Bailey, Frankie Haller. Front row: Amelia Adams, Ethan Bailey, Zack Bottigoni, Anastasia Joanisse, Zaida Bottigoni.

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Free touch-a-truck event
Free touch-a-truck event

The Ontario Early Years Centre, a program of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, is holding its third annual TOUCH A TRUCK event on Friday, July 21 at the St. Lawrence College parking lot located at 2288 Parkedale Avenue in Brockville.

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United Counties warden confirms letter sent to CAD leaders' employer
United Counties warden confirms letter sent to CAD leaders' employer

Robin Jones, warden of United Counties of Leeds and Grenville and mayor of the Village of Westport has implied that a letter sent to the former employer of Citizens Against the Dump (CAD) spokesperson Kyle Johnston may have originated in her office.

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United Counties warden confirms letter sent to CAD leaders' employer
United Counties warden confirms letter sent to CAD leaders' employer

Robin Jones, warden of United Counties of Leeds and Grenville and mayor of the Village of Westport has implied that a letter sent to the former employer of Citizens Against the Dump (CAD) spokesperson Kyle Johnston may have originated in her office.

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2017 SGDHS Valedictorian address
2017 SGDHS Valedictorian address

Check out this week's (July 12) print issue of the Prescott Journal for complete graduation coverage in local schools!

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Machal Gardens a growing stop on trail tour
Machal Gardens a growing stop on trail tour

'The Spirits of the Tree', created by local sculptor Rob Turnbull, keep watch over Machal Gardens in Spencerville. The gardens are owned by Doug Hall and Gordan MacDonald and are a stop on the 1000 Islands and Rideau Canal Garden Tour. JOURNAL PHOTO/EVANS

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SBCC asks community to come together to make Riverside Park dream a reality in Spencerville
SBCC asks community to come together to make Riverside Park dream a reality in Spencerville

The SBCC and the Spencerville Mill Foundation are asking local residents to register and vote for Spencerville's envisioned Riverside Park project through the National Trust for Canada's 'This Place Matters' contest.

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Firefighter games ignite crowds in North Augusta
Firefighter games ignite crowds in North Augusta

Greg Dennison of the Prescott Fire Department takes aim with a fire hose during a target shooting challenge held last weekend as part of the 105th annual Firefighter Games in North Augusta.

JOURNAL PHOTO/DE VRIES

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Rangers build on toughness and winning experience
Rangers build on toughness and winning experience

Carson Pickup, seen here on his Prescott Journal hockey card, has been named as the captain of the new 2017-18 Prescott Rangers NCJHL franchise.

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Benson Public School prepares to go out with class
Benson Public School prepares to go out with class

Benson will be hosting a 'Celebration of Generations' on June 16-17. Former Benson alumni are being invited to join with present students, facility and community members for a weekend of memories in and around the village of Cardinal.

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Prescott goes to the dogs this weekend
Prescott goes to the dogs this weekend

Dogs and their owners throughout Canada will be taking to the streets this weekend for the annual Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides, and participants, both furry and otherwise, are invited to participate in the local event hosted by Prescott's Pet Valu.

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Unbeaten 1957 football squad ready to huddle again
Unbeaten 1957 football squad ready to huddle again

A few former players are organizing a reunion of the undefeated 1957 SGDHS football team.

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Spencerville & District Optimist Club to Host Annual Volunteer Appreciation Night May 24
Spencerville & District Optimist Club to Host Annual Volunteer Appreciation Night May 24

The Spencerville & District Optimist Club will host their Annual Volunteer Appreciation Night May 24th.

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OPP ready to serve
OPP ready to serve

OPP to serve at King's Kitchen May 17

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Brad Hubbard remembered as humble, stubborn
Brad Hubbard remembered as humble, stubborn

A community remembers Brad Hubbard

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Rangers name Andrew Dickson as General Manager
Rangers name Andrew Dickson as General Manager

Rangers name Andrew Dickson as General Manager. New franchise looks to winning experience in front office and with coaching staff.

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Joint Statement on Heavy Rainfall, Potential for Flooding
Joint Statement on Heavy Rainfall, Potential for Flooding

Joint Statement on heavy rainfall, potential for flooding

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Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump to host Fundraising Recycle Drive

Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump (CAD), a not-for-profit group opposed to the opening or sale of an undeveloped dump site, known as ED-19, to host Recycle Drive on Saturday May 6, to raise funds for their cause.

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Access in Motion opens in Augusta Business Centre
Access in Motion opens in Augusta Business Centre

Dave Dulmage and Marcus Babineau-Crane are two of the three owners, along with Mark Dulmage, of Access in Motion, an auto shop specializing in customizing vehicles for the needs of the physically handicapped, which is holding its grand opening on May 13 at the Augusta Business Center just west of Prescott.

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Barton and Norton honoured with award
Barton and Norton honoured with award

Two people who have spent years doing just that in the town of Prescott were honoured at town hall Monday night, as the mayor and town council joined with a large crowd of well-wishers to celebrate the winners of the Citizen and Volunteer of the Year awards.

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Involving parents in life-long learning
Involving parents in life-long learning

Parents want to work in partnership with their child(ren)'s educators to ensure that everyone has a positive experience. That is often easier said than done.

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