Daily News About Aylmer, Ontario and East Elgin


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AYLMER DIVER LIT PAN AM FLAME

 

TORONTO – Diver Faith Zacharias, 15, a graduate of Summers Corners Public School and a student at London’s Banting High School currently, had the honour of lighting the flame at the opening ceremonies of the Pan Am Games in Toronto on Thursday night.

 

 

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THURSDAY, July 9/15

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*THEAYLMERNEWS will not publish FRIDAY.

 

AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Erie Shores Wind Expansion Public Meeting, 6pm, Eden CC

-Blood Donor Clinic, 2:30-7:30 pm, EEC Complex

-Optimists Jr Golf Tourney, Pleasant Valley, 10 am (see Mon. story)

 

-Fri -EECC Ad Hoc Meeting, 9:30 am

-Sat -East Elgin Doors Open (see June 15 report)

-Sun -Tricounty Fastball – Straffordville hosts Innerkip, 8pm

-Sun -Aylmer EMMC 50th; at EEC Complex; 2pm

 

 

WEEKLY SAFE BEACHES REPORT

 

(From Elgin St.Thomas Health Unit) – The water at the following beaches in East Elgin is tested weekly by Elgin St. Thomas Public Health for the presence of high levels of bacterial contamination: Springwater Conservation Area, Port Bruce, Port Burwell Main Beach and Port Burwell Provincial Park. As of Friday, Port Burwell Main Beach is posted as Unsuitable for Swimming as a result of high levels of bacterial contamination.

 

 

OBITUARIES:

 

-Howey, Della of Eden passed away on Monday aged 64. Survivors: Parents Robert and Margaret Howey etc.. Visitation to take place on Thursday 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. at the Verhoeve Funeral Home, Tillsonburg. The funeral service will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Bayham United Church in Straffordville.

 

 

AYLMER COUNCIL MONDAY

 

Among Council decisions this past Monday were:

-To proceed with the Caverly Road Watermain Replacement and Surface Roadworks Project and accept the tender form from Omega Contractors Inc. for the amount of $1,192,153.72

-Authorize Staff to engage the services of the Town’s Engineer, CJDL to prepare all final plans and tender documents for the new Public Works Facility project and approve, in principle, the concept of incorporating solar power generation on the new Public Works Facility Site

-Direct Staff to submit a conditional offer to Brindlee Mountain Fire Apparatus in the amount of $340,000.00 U.S. funds to purchase a used aerial fire truck, with the following conditions: That the aerial pass a mechanical and operational inspection by Aylmer Fire Department Staff; that the truck will be available for pick up from its current location no later than April 15, 2016 etc.

 

 

LOCAL SPORTS THIS WEEK

 

TRICOUNTY FASTBALL

-Sweaburg 9 PtBurwell (3-9) 1

SOUTHWEST SOCCER

Aylmer FC (7-0-1) 2 MIB 1

 

 

NEW STORE IN SPARTA

 

(Contributed) – “A new store in Sparta – The ‘Bit of Brit’ Shoppe offers a great selection of down home items imported from the Great Isle. They have a cooler section where you can pick up your authentic meat pies, potato scones, sausage rolls, beef bridies or Scotch eggs etc. They also have a great selection of English grocery items, everything from chocolates, teas, puddings and the sweetest and freshest of bakery sweets to offering the baking needs to create your own. And they offer authentic UK souvenirs & collectibles from Britain, Ireland, Wales and Scotland.”

 

 

EARLY LEARNING CENTRE OPENS IN AYLMER

 

The Early Learning Centre officially opened its Aylmer branch yesterday afternoon. It is located in a separate wing at the back of the Full Gospel Church on Talbot St. east. Aylmer Director Lindsay Vlasic said that the centre, which was just erected in the past year and opened in May, has 28 children presently. They will be full to capacity with 52 children and ten staff members in September. They have three areas for children -toddler, infant and preschool – and can accommodate children up to age 12. The Centre has three operations in St.Thomas and one in Pt. Burwell. Added Lindsay: “We knew there was a need for this facility and we’re happy to accommodate that.” Aylmer has not had a licenced day care institution for some twenty years and the St.Thomas centre had been looking for a large Aylmer site for about ten years. Some private homes have been licenced in town previously.

 

Participants in the official opening of the Early Learning Centre in Aylmer yesterday afternoon included: from left, Patricia Lamers, Joe Prestonm

Participants in the official opening of the Early Learning Centre in Aylmer yesterday afternoon included: from left, ELC Board President Keri Zammit, Aylmer Deputy Mayor Mary French, ELC Executive Director Patricia Riddell, Full Gospel pastor Peter Barbour, Aylmer Mayor Greg Currie, MP Joe Preston, and ELC Director Kerry Jeffery.  (kb)

 

 

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TUESDAY, July 7/15

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*THEAYLMERNEWS will not publish WEDNESDAY

 

 

AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Tue -Southwest Soccer: Aylmer FC hosts MIB, 7pm, Steen Park

 

-Wed -Erie Shores Wind Expansion Public Meeting, 6pm, EEC Complex

-Wed -Early Learning Centre Opening, 4:30 pm

-Wed -Tricounty Fastball -Pt. Burwell hosts Sweaburg, 8pm

-Thu -Erie Shores Wind Expansion Public Meeting, 6pm, Eden CC

-Thu -Blood Donor Clinic, 2:30-7:30 pm, EEC Complex

-Thu-Optimists Jr Golf Tourney, Pleasant Valley, 10 am (see Mon story)

-Fri -EECC Ad Hoc Meeting, 9:30 am

-Sat -East Elgin Doors Open (see June 15 report)

 

 

SERIOUS INJURY AS CHILDREN RIDING ATV 

 

MALAHIDE – (From Elgin OPP) – A nine year old male was airlifted to hospital and is currently listed in critical condition after being involved in an ATV collision last night in Malahide.

 

The collision occurred around 8:30 pm on a private residence. A six year old female was operating a 500cc Suzuki ATV with four other male children riding on it. On board was a 2-year-old male, a four-year-old male, the six-year-old female driver as well as two nine-year-old males. The children, none of whom were wearing helmets or other safety gear, had been riding around the back yard while family members were on the other side of the residence at a family function. The six year old girl was attempting to turn a corner at the back of the property when she unintentionally pressed the throttle, lost control and collided with two pine trees. A nine-year-old male struck one of the trees and then became trapped between the ATV and one of the trees. Family members responded and freed the child who was unconscious. The nine year old remains on life support in intensive care. No other children were injured in the collision.

 

 

MALAHIDE FIRE REPORT

 

– June 26, 2015, Station #1, Imperial Road, Medical Assist

– June 26, 2015, Station #2, #3 and #4, 13 Warren Street, Mutual Aid Aylmer

– June 26, 2015, Station #4, 204 John Street S., Alarm Malfunction (Mutual Aid)

– June 29, 2015, Station #1, Calton Line, Medical Assist

– July 1, 2015, Station #2, Glencolin Line, Medical Assist

– July 2, 2015, Station #2 assisted by Station #3, Glencolin Line, MVC

(*5:30 pm/vehicle into ditch/ hit tree/no injuries)

 – July 3, 2015, Station #2, 516 John Street N., Fire

 (*Aylmer responded first/fire was in Malahide portion of a building/Malahide responded/reaction of paint booth filters discarded to bin caused fire, sprinkler head activated/Aylmer FD completed extinguishment before Malahide arrived/Building ventilated due to heavy smoke and toxic gas from fire.)

– July 4, 2015, Station #1,  Levi Street, Medical Assist

– July 5, 2015, Station #1, Imperial Road, Medical Assist

 

 

ONE YEAR AGO THIS WEEK:

 

GEESE TO AYLMER

The annual Canada goose transfer from the beaches and parks in Mississauga and Etobicoke to the Aylmer Wildlife Management Area took place last week. On Wednesday 564 geese were brought in and Thursday there was an additional 856. The birds have lost their flight feathers but they will grow back in the next month or so. After that the birds will leave Aylmer. Information collected over the years shows that most of the birds eventually end up crossing Lake Erie to New York State.

 

 

AYLMER FIRE REPORT

 

(From Fire Chief Sam Taylor) – “On Friday June 26  around 11 am Aylmer Fire Dept. received a call on a structure fire on Warren St. Seven firefighters from Aylmer responded. The house was fully involved and there was heat damage to houses on each side. Malahide was called for Mutual Aid assistance, approximately 18 firefighters from Malahide #2 and #4 responded. Possible cause – electric range left on. The lady that was home heard the smoke alarm, then saw the fire in the kitchen and ran to the neighbours and had them call 911. The owners were insured. We called one of the Malahide stations to help with the fire at the onset (about 10 firefighters) as all the firefighters were getting exhausted from the heat and the work. I called in a second Malahide station to do the overhaul and help pack up all the equipment.”

 

 

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MONDAY, July 6/15

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AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Aylmer Council, 4:30 pm

 

-Tue -Southwest Soccer: Aylmer FC hosts MIB, 7pm, Steen Park

-Wed -Early Learning Centre Opening

-Wed -Tricounty Fastball -Pt. Burwell hosts Sweaburg, 8pm

-Thu -Blood Donor Clinic, 2:30-7:30 pm, EEC Complex

-Fri -EECC Ad Hoc Meeting, 9:30 am

-Sat -East Elgin Doors Open (see June 16 report)

 

 

OBITUARIES:

 

-Martens, Helena Braun of Tillsonburg passed away Wednesday in her 80th year. Wife of the late Cornelius Martens (2002). The Funeral service was held at The Old Colony Mennonite Church, Tillsonburg on Sunday. Arrangements through the Kebbel Funeral Home.

 

-McCallum, Norbert “Bert” of Aylmer passed away Thursday in his 92nd year. Survivors: wife Norma (Hepburn) McCallum; six children including David McCallum (Bonnie) of R.R.1, Aylmer; Joanne Orton (David) of Aylmer, Linda McCallum and husband Ken Summers of New Sarum etc.. He was born in South Dorchester and owned  Bert’s Sunoco and Auto Sales on Talbot Street West. The funeral service was held Saturday. Arrangements through the Kebbel Funeral Home.

 

-Anderson, Myrna of Aylmer passed away Friday in her 72nd year. Wife of the late Doug Anderson(1996). Survivors: two children including Becky of Aylmer etc.. A service will be held at the the Kebbel Funeral Home on Friday at 1 pm with visitation one hour prior.

 

-Nevill, Alfred Richard of Aylmer passed away Friday in his 96th year. Husband of the late Nina Nevill(2001). Survivors: six children including Grace Peters (Frank) of Corinth, Susie Nevill of Aylmer etc.. Alf was born in Malahide and was a farmer and operated a gravel pit. Visitation at the Kebbel Funeral Home on Monday 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 11 am.

 

-Orser, Helen of Aylmer passed away Sunday in her 89th year. Wife of the late Claude Orser (1988). Survivors: three children including Larry Orser (late Kim) of Aylmer etc.. Helen and her husband Claude owned Orser’s Jewelry in Aylmer for over 30 years. Visitation at the Kebbel Funeral Home on Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11 am.

 

 

AYLMER FIREWORKS

 

(Information from Paul Bode of the Aylmer Kinsmen who sponsored the Canada Day fireworks display at the EEC Complex) – “The Kinsmen believe the turnout for the July 1 fireworks display was about average compared to past years. We timed the show to be 20 minutes which was consistent with previous years and we believe the fireworks get better and more spectacular every year.  We anticipate the collections to be similar to earlier years and hope that they subsidize the expense of the show by 25% to 33%.  The entire evening is a great event and it is exciting to see such a robust turnout by the community.”

 

 

WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS:

 

SOUTHWEST SOCCER:

-Thu – Aylmer FC (6-0-1) 9 Talbotville 1

 

TRICOUNTY FASTBALL:

-Straffordville 14 Norwich 6

-Burgessville 19 Straffordville (2-10) 2

 

 

JUNIOR GOLF TOURNEY IN AYLMER

 

The annual Aylmer Optimists Junior Golf tourney will be held this Thursday beginning at 10 am at Pleasant Valley Golf Club. It is for ages 10-18. There are two age categories for girls and four categories for boys – cost is $15. Said Joan Cresswell of Pleasant Valley: “The Jr. Optimist Golf Tournament is a very longstanding tournament. It is a qualifier for participants to move on to the Southwestern Ontario Junior Championships hosted in Blenheim.  In years past the qualifier at PV was for our junior members, now it is open to any and all Junior players.”

 

 

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Vogeljoy performing at Canada Day at EEC Complex

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THURSDAY, July 2/15

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*THEAYLMERNEWS will not publish Friday 

 

AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Sun. – Tricounty Fastball – Pt. Burwell hosts Innerkip, 8pm

-Sun. – Tricounty Fastball – Straffordville hosts Burgessville, 8 pm

 

-Mon -Aylmer Council, 4:30 pm

-Thu. -Blood Donor Clinic at EEC Complex

 

 

THE LOCAL LENS:

 

A popular spot during Canada Day festivities at the EEC Complex yesterday was face painting with Dotsy the Clown. (kb) (CLICK)

A popular spot during Canada Day festivities at the EEC Complex yesterday was face painting with Dotsy the Clown. (kb) (CLICK)

 

 

OBITUARIES

 

-Brown, Gladys Ilene of Tillsonburg passed away Monday aged 92. She was born in Corinth. Visitation is Friday from 10 am until 11 (one hour prior to Service at 11 am). Arrangements through the Verhoeve Funeral Home Tillsonburg.

 

-Roberts (Taylor), Tara Nicole of Aylmer passed away on Monday in her 30th year. Survivors: husband Leonard Roberts; children Blaine, Alexander and Isabella etc.. Cremation has taken place; visitation at the Kebbel Funeral Home Monday from 7-9 pm.

 

 

AYLMER COUNCIL MONDAY:

 

Among items to be discussed at Aylmer Council this Monday:

-a public meeting to obtain input on a new Elgincentives Community Improvement Plan

-discussion on approving designs and cost estimates for a new Public Works Building

-discussion on the purchase of a used aerial fire truck

-the signing of an Agreement between the Town and Omega Contractors Inc. to perform the work required for the Caverly Road Watermain Replacement

 

 

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TUESDAY, June 30/15

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*THEAYLMERNEWS will not publish Wednesday, July 1st

 

AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Mom to Mom Sale, Kinsmen Park, 8am (see Thu. story)

 

-Wed -Aylmer/Malahide Canada Day Events (see Mon. story)

-Wed -Belmont Canada Day Events (see Thu. story)

-Wed -Free Public Swimming at Aylmer Pool, 1:30-4 pm

 

 

CANADA DAY MUSIC AT EEC COMPLEX

 

(Contributed) – Canada Day entertainment at the EEC Complex features: 5 pm to 5:50pm -Brittany Fehr & Jordan Fehr – pop acoustic/country; 6 pm to 6:50 pm -Traci Kennedy – country; 7:30 pm to 8:20 pm -Paradox Resolved – punk/rock; and 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm (dusk) – Derrick Drover Band –past, current and progressive. Inside the EastLink Arena will be VogelJoy – kids music –  from 5:30 pm to 6:20 pm and 7:40 pm to 8:30 pm.

 

 

DR. ANNE HOWE RELOCATING

 

(Information from Claudia Mior-Eckel, Executive Director of the East Elgin Family Health Team) – “Dr. Anne Howe will be downsizing her practice effective August 1 as she moves into semi-retirement. She will also be re-locating her office to the East Elgin Family Health Team Straffordville clinic located at  9254 Plank Road where she will continue to provide quality medical care to her most senior patients. Joining our team and taking over the remainder of Dr. Howe’s practice is Dr. Michael Fernando – he has provided services at the EEFHT in the past. Dr. Fernando is an experienced physician with rural medicine and emergency department specialties.”

 

 

EDISON MUSEUM OPENING SAT.

 

(Contributed) – At the Bayham Council meeting June 18th, Council approved entering into a lease agreement for 6215 Plank Road, Vienna, for the purpose of a temporary location for the Edison Museum. This year’s theme will be “Spotlight on Thomas Alva Edison, the Inventor”. The opening will be on July 4th. The re-opening ceremony is being planned for 11 am. It will be open daily through the summer until Labour Day. The Museum will be open daily from 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.. There will be no set admission fee, however, donations will be welcome.

 

 

 

ONE YEAR AGO THIS WEEK:

 

NEW MCGREGOR PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT

(Information from McGregor Public School Principal Richard Auckland:) – “The new equipment is located between the existing equipment and the school. School Council has financed the project through their fundraising efforts and the students have contributed through hat days, shades day (where they wore sunglasses) and staff have contributed through dress down days. The cost of the installation is $40 000, $10 000 of that has been borrowed interest free from the TVDSB and school council intends to pay that back within the school year. Some of our equipment had to be removed due to safety concerns, so the forward thinking of our school council initiated this project. As well, with our new FDK program starting up and the loss of some of our playground space due to the new addition, it was felt that additional play equipment would provide a play structure which will not only benefit the students during the school year, but our children and community members throughout the year.”

 

 

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MONDAY, June 29/15

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AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Tue -Mom to Mom Sale, Kinsmen Park, 8am (see Thu. story)

-Wed -Aylmer/Malahide Canada Day Events (see Mon. story)

-Wed -Belmont Canada Day Events (see Thu. story)

-Wed -Free Public Swimming at Aylmer Pool, 1:30-4 pm

 

 

CANADA DAY AT EEC COMPLEX

 

(Contributed) – “Wednesday, July 1, (rain date: Thursday) will feature Aylmer and Malahide’s Canada Day events from 5 pm to dusk at the East Elgin Community Complex. Activities include: Dotsy’s inflatables, carnival games, cotton candy, mini golf, buggy rides etc.. Have your photo taken in the photo booth sponsored by HWC Insurance. Take in live entertainment and a bbq. (There will be no public skating this year). At 7 pm join local dignitaries and Town Crier Dave Phillips for the official Canada Day Celebration and cake cutting ceremony. Stay for the fireworks display starting at dusk sponsored by the Kinsmen Club of Aylmer (donations will be collected at the entrance).

 

 

WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS:

 

SOUTHWEST SOCCER:

-Thu -Aylmer FC v Glencoe – postponed

TRICOUNTY FASTBALL:

-Fri -Harwood 16 Straffordville (1-8) 8

-Thu -Tavistock 9 Straffordville 2

 

 

NO CATFISH FLOODING ISSUES

 

Catfish CCA Water Management Technician Peter Dragunas reported today that there were no flooding issues with the Catfish Creek on the weekend – the CCCA had issued a “flood outlook watershed conditions statement” on Friday afternoon advising there was a “potential” for flooding in low-lying areas due to expected heavy rains over the weekend.

 

 

OBITUARIES:

 

-Knelsen, Peter of Richmond passed away on Saturday in his 68th year. Survivors: four children etc.. Peter worked for Ford Talbotville for many years. He was born in Mexico. Visitation at the Kebbel Funeral Home on Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held at the EMMC church at Summers Corners on Thursday at 11:30 am.

 

-Maloney, Pat of Aylmer passed away at Terrace Lodge Aylmer on Friday in his 90th year. Survivors: wife Ann (Finerty) Maloney; four children etc.. Pat served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1944-1946. Visitation at the Kebbel Funeral Home on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be held at Our Lady of Sorrows R.C. Church on Tuesday at 11 am.

 

 

EESS TECH CAMP

 

(Contributed by EESS teacher Jim VandenBrink) – “The camp will run from Monday July 6th to Thursday July 9th from 9 am to 3 pm at EESS. The cost is free for Tech Campers through sponsorship from OYAP (Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program). The students will spend half of each day in both the electronic and woodworking shops. Parent permission forms are available in the school’s office. We have a limit of 30 students. This is open to all grade 7 students entering grade 8.”

 

 

CANADA DAY AT OJIBWA

 

(Contributed) – Celebrations at the Ojibwa sub in Pt. Burwell on Canada Day include: at 11 am, bean bag games, Frizz B Football, minute games, trivia, book sales, music, prize draws, musket drills etc..

 

 

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Fire at a Warren St., Aylmer,  home this morning; homeowner got out.

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THURSDAY, June 25/15

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*THEAYLMERNEWS will not publish Friday

 

AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Southwest Soccer; Aylmer FC hosts Glencoe, 7pm, at EESS

-Last day for elementary schools

 

-Fri -Tricounty Fastball; Straffordville hosts Harwood, 8 pm

-Sat -Mennonite CS Auction, 9 am at Curling Club; Breakfast 7 am

-Sat -Genealogy Speaker at Gay Lea Dairy Museum, 11 am

-Sun -Tricounty Fastball: Pt. Burwell hosts Oxford C.; 8pm

 

 

GENEALOGY SPEAKER AT DAIRY MUSEUM

 

The Gay Lea Dairy Museum at Copenhagen will host Jean Bircham of Aylmer representing the Ontario Genealogical Society – Elgin Branch discussing “Finding Your Roots in Elgin County” this Saturday, free, at 11 am.

 

 

OBITUARIES

 

-Frampton, Shirley Jean (Maracle) of London passed away on Tuesday in her 82nd year. Survivors include: siblings Audrey (Bob) Habkirk, Barb Ralf, Yvonne Ralf, Joyce (Steve) Burry, Gayle (Vermeersch), Lionel Maracle and Robert Maracle etc.. Shirley grew up in Aylmer. The funeral service will be held at the Kebbel Funeral Home on Friday at 11 am with visitation one hour prior.

 

-Klassen, Peter of Tillsonburg passed away on Tuesday in his 67th year. Survivors: wife Margaretha (Janzen) Klassen. etc.. Visitation at the Kebbel Funeral Home on Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 pm.

 

 

BELMONT CANADA DAY PROGRAM

 

(Information from Julia Da Silva) “The last decade or so, Canada Day has been organized by the Belmont Canada Day Committee consisting of members from different organizations in town. This year we are expanding our day and partnering with the HUB to include their Summer Fun Day events. Events include: Bicycle Rodeo, Decorated Bicycle Parade, a Hot Dog Lunch and Canada Day Birthday Cake, Face Painting, Kids Carnival Games, Live Bands in the Tent, Belmont Lions Beef Dinner 5- 7pm and Fireworks at dusk.

 

 

THE LOCAL LENS:

 

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Teresa Johnston, right, of Chatham drove with her daughter Linda Henderson, left, also of Chatham, to Aylmer today to donate a photo to EESS of Aylmer High School students from 1938-9 which she had kept since her time there as Teresa Ashton of Kingsmill. The school already had a picture, top photo, of that year so the ladies planned on donating theirs to the Aylmer Malahide Museum. Principal at that time was D.H. Halpenny and on staff was a later Principal, Herb Stevens. (kb)

 

 

MOM TO MOM SALE TUESDAY

 

(Information from Jamie Harder) –  “Our Mom to Mom sale is Tuesday from  8am -1pm at the Kinsmen Park Pavillion. After participating in a Mom to Mom sale in St Thomas, my friend Keli-Lyn Lockyer and I realized that we had never attended a similar sale in Aylmer. We thought it’d be great to organize our own. With the town’s approval, our Mom Sale invites local moms wanting to purge their children’s gently used clothes and accessories and has local mom crafters and home based businesses.”

 

 

LIBRARY SUMMER READING CLUB

 

(Contributed) – The Aylmer Library will again be sponsoring a Summer Reading Club. Participants are eligible for prizes. The Childrens’ club goes every Thursday in July at 2pm. Special guests this summer include Owen the Magician and Music by Jake.

 

 

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