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Annual Women’s Hockey Tournament a Great Success for Girls Inc.

Annual Women’s Hockey Tournament a Great Success for Girls Inc.
LEEDS AND GRENVILLE – The Eighth Annual TD Canada Trust Women’s Hockey Tournament for Girls Inc. held March 31st to April 2nd, 2017 was a smashing success! The weekend saw over 200 women hockey players, 21 local vendors, dozens of amazing volunteers as well as enthusiastic spectators support the work of Girls Inc. of Upper Canada. Sponsors, donors and players... Read More

Author Terry Fallis Returns to Gananoque to Open the 1000 Islands Writers Festival – May 5th to 7th

Author Terry Fallis Returns to Gananoque to Open  the 1000 Islands Writers Festival – May 5th to 7th
By Pam Hudson, 1000 Islands Writers Festival With 14 Celebrated Canadian Authors and two-time National Spoken Word Champion PrufRock Shadowrunner, at the Gananoque Inn & Spa        Gananoque – From May 5th to 7th the 1000 Islands Writers Festival will join in the nation’s celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation with its intimate and friendly author engagements that... Read More

Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team Welcomes Back Dr. Marla Shapiro for HPV Learning Opportunity

Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team Welcomes Back Dr. Marla Shapiro for HPV Learning Opportunity
Brockville – On Thursday, April 20, the Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team (LGCFHT) welcomed back celebrity Dr. Marla Shapiro to its Brockville site for a lunchtime learning opportunity about the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Shapiro, who met with the team in February to discuss herpes zoster (shingles), spoke to more than 20 staff members about emerging clinical data on HPV... Read More

The Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team Celebrates Earth Day by Participating in Brockville Community-Wide Clean-Up

The Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team Celebrates Earth Day by Participating in Brockville Community-Wide Clean-Up
Brockville – Gloves on for community partnerships! The Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team (LGCFHT) recognized Earth Day last Friday afternoon by participating in the Brockville Community-Wide Clean-Up. To celebrate this global initiative, over 20 LGCFHT staff members tidied the grounds surrounding the LGCFHT building, the Brockville Police Service station, and a nearby creek. With reusable gloves, garbage bags and... Read More

Brockville Police Seek Suspect in Fraud Investigation

Brockville Police Seek Suspect in Fraud Investigation
Brockville –Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspect in relation to a fraud investigation. On March 27th 2017, a male suspect attended to various businesses in the city and made several purchases using a stolen credit card. The suspect is described as a white male, 45-50 years old, with a beard and glasses. He wore... Read More

Brockville’s Rails to Trails Festival Organizers Cancel Fundraiser

Brockville’s Rails to Trails Festival Organizers Cancel Fundraiser
Brockville – Please be advised that the Brockville’s Rails to Trails Festival organizers have CANCELLED the fundraiser at the Aquatarium scheduled for April 27, 2017. However, The Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau would like to invite you to the Volunteer Awards ceremony that will take place at the Employment and Education Centre that same evening. Did you know The Volunteer... Read More

Festival of Small Halls welcomes new rural venues for 2017

Festival of Small Halls welcomes new rural venues for 2017
The festival that melds big names in music with rural communities in Eastern Ontario is enlivening new spaces this fall. Last year, the Ontario Festival of Small Halls got bigger and better, expanding its scope and bringing internationally-renowned musicians to two dozen rural gathering spaces. For 2017, the Festival is growing once again, encompassing more than 30 community halls from... Read More

BGH celebrates over 27,000 volunteer hours

BGH celebrates over 27,000 volunteer hours
Brockville – Everyone knows that volunteers give tirelessly, and they give from the heart. “I choose to volunteer because I get to give back to my community and I get to work daily with people with shared interests,” shares Elizabeth Wollaston, a volunteer with the Brockville General Volunteer Association. A volunteer for just over a year, Wollaston volunteers in the Ambulatory... Read More