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Alzheimers coffee break with Karen Quemby Tues. May 31, Trinity United Church Gravenhurst at 2 p.m.

GRAVENHURST – Have a coffee, take a break and chat about Alzheimer’s this Tuesday afternoon at the Gravenhurst Trinity United Church at 2 p.m. Hear Karen Quemby, of teh Alzheimer Society Muskoka. Ask her questions about personal care, how you’re…

‘If you ignore it, you allow it’ anti-graffiti campaign in Orillia

ORILLIACommunity pride is behind an initiative by the Orillia OPP and students from Twin Lakes Secondary School and Georgian College. Officers will be attending Twin Lakes June 2 at noon to discuss graffiti. A joint project between Georgian…

Driver caught with 44 pounds of marijuana in vehicle

ORO-MEDONTE — A random police traffic stop has landed a St. Catharines man with major drug charges after he was found with 44 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle. Provincial police say that on Tuesday May 17, an officer from…

Gravenhurst Horticultural Society plant & bake Sale May 21 at Op

Giant Plant & Bake Sale The Gravenhurst Horticultural Society’s Annual Plant and Bake Sale takes place on Sat. May 21 at 8:15 a.m. at the Opera House Heritage Square on Muskoka Rd., S. Rain or shine! Great selection of plants,…

Missing man’s body found near Village of Haliburton

HALIBURTON — Provincial police have found a missing Bowmanville man whom investigators believe disappeared as the result of foul play.  David Palmer, 47, was last seen on Friday October 2, 2015, a week before Thanksgiving. On October 14, 2015, his…

Fine Films presents the Oscar nominee ‘Room’ May 17

GRAVENHURST — Fine Films is pleased to present 2016 Oscar nominated film, “Room,” on Tuesday, May 17 at 7 p.m. at the Gravenhurst Opera House. For a trailer and ticket information see gravenhurst.ca/en/opera/shows.asp…

Gravenhurst Lions Club marks ‘Day of Service’ with free hot dogs at YIG on May 7

GRAVENHURST — On May 7 the Gravenhurst Lions will be participating in the annual Lions Day of Service.   Thata day, each club in its zone does a different service activity – such as visiting seniors homes,  planting trees, cleaning up…

Orillia hospital board recommends candidates to fill board vacancies

ORILLIA The Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH) board of directors has released their list of recommended candidates to fill the anticipated vacancies on the board. The recommendation will be considered by the hospital’s corporate membership at the AGM June…

Back to the garden basics with Linda Potts April 19

GRAVENHURST — Linda Potts, of Brackenrig Nursery, will take you through the basics for gardening at the next meeting of the Gravenhurst Horticultual Society. She will start at the very beginning, with the purchasing of the seeds, starting the seeds,…

Wartime boat building in Orillia, OMAH history series talk topic

Q 060, named the "Mariposa Belle" (the only Fairmile with a name), was the first Hunter Boats Ltd. Fairmile built; completed in early fall, 1941; It is hown in the Trent Canal, Lakefield.ORILLIA — When the Second World War penetrated Canada with German submarines entering the St. Lawrence River, patrol boats built in Orillia quickly came to the country’s defence. Q 060, named the “Mariposa Belle” (the only Fairmile with a name),…

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