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Archive for: May, 2016

Apeldoorn’s 48th Highlanders pipe & drum band Dutch treat for Muskoka veterans

Apeldoorn Mayor John Berends lays a wreath at the legion cenotaph, with Gravenhurst Deputy Mayor Jeff Watson, left, and Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring.By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — When the Dutch hear the pipes they cry. Apeldoorn Mayor John Berends lays a wreath at the legion cenotaph, with Gravenhurst Deputy Mayor Jeff Watson, left, and Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring. “It brings…

AM Roofing owners open Muskoka office, donate open house proceeds to hospital foundation

Time Demers, left, and his partner Roger Haviland and their sons Delano, 7, and Hunter, 10, give thumbs up to AM Roofing's Muskoka division opening in Gravenhurst Sunday.GRAVENHURST — Roger Haviland and Tim Demers share more than a love for roofing. Tim Demers, left, and his partner Roger Haviland and their sons Delano, 7, and Hunter, 10, give thumbs up at AM Roofing’s Muskoka division opening in…

Kids helping other kids quit smoking

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — Say cheese! Local high school students are smiling for the camera in celebration of the role youth have played clearing the air of tobacco over the last 10 years. They’re celebrating while the province marks the 10th…

Apeldoorn mayor leads 48th Highlands Tribute Pipe Band at legion celebrations Monday

48th Highlanders Tribute Band will play at two wreath-laying ceremonies in Bracebridge and Gravenhurst Monday.BRACEBRIDGE-GRAVENHURST — Apeldoorn has a special place in the hearts of many Muskoka veterans. 48th Highlanders Tribute Band will play at two wreath-laying ceremonies in Bracebridge and Gravenhurst Monday. The Dutch city has played host to dozens and dozens of…

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…

‘Fats Meets Louis’ Hutton at his best with piano, trumpet giants Dickie, Seiger at the OP

Neville Dickie, Jon Seiger and Jack Hutton worked 264 keys with lightning left hans and raucous rights.By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — The Steinway at the Opera House has had more than its share of talented tinklers. Neville Dickie, Jon Seiger and Jack Hutton worked 264 keys with lightning left hans and raucous rights. Diana…

Young talents in GHS Gypsy bodes well for future of musical theatre in Muskoka

Elisabeth Edwards plays Rose, the aging actres and ultimate stage mom.GRAVENHURST — Anyone who wonders where all the musical talent comes from for the Rotary musicals in Muskoka need look no further than the understudies at work in the local high schools. Elisabeth Edwards sang beautifully as Rose, the aging…

FedNor funds to help First Nations off the grid get solar power

THUNDER BAY — The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, and Minister responsible for FedNor, today announced an investment of $2,715,000 to create a renewable-energy micro-grid development company aimed at providing energy solutions for off-grid and…

‘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…

Gravenhurst woman charged with armed robbery at Orillia pharmacy

ORILLIA A Gravenhurst woman is one of two people charged in an armed robbery Sunday at an Orillia pharmacy. Provincial police say that on May 22, 2016, at about 12:30 p.m., the Orillia OPP responded to a robbery at…

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