Sophia Black, left, and Piper Lidkea performed in the Broadway play, “A Year with Frog and Toad,” last Thursday evening at the Townshend Theatre. The cast, made up of J.W. Walker's students from Grades 4-6, had been rehearsing for the production since early January.
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Nestor Falls was booming with fun activities from Friday to Sunday for its 36th-annual winter carnival.
Organizer Wayne Helliar said the three-day event was a success, with an increase in attendance from last year.
“Overall, everything went really well,” he enthused.
St. Michael's School hosted its kindergarten registration yesterday evening. The event gave parents and their children an opportunity to meet staff, as well as enjoy a free spaghetti dinner.
Madam Quensel helped a St. Michael's student put her handprint on an anti-bullying banner yesterday morning as part of the annual “Pink Shirt Day.” The Grade 2 French Immersion class joined Mrs. Harris' Grade 1/2 class and Ms. Sieders' Grade 1 class for a series of anti-bullying activities.
Couchiching voters are choosing a chief and six councillors in band elections being held today.
Voting runs from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. at the multi-use facility.
The votes will be counted immediately after the polls close and the results will be declared right after the count, which usually ends by 2 or 3 a.m.