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THURSDAY, Oct. 26/17

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AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

*OCT 23-NOV 17 Aylmer Fall Leaf Collection

-EESS hosts: Football v Lon Beal (1 pm, 3 pm); Boys VBall v Parkside

-Thu-Sat -A.C.T. presents ‘Outside Mullingar’ (see ad)

 

-Fri -Vienna Memorial Park Upgrades Ceremony, 11:30 am

-Fri -Schools PA Day/Public Skating at EEC Complex, 11 am-1

-Fri -Aylmer Fair Haunted House (see ad)

-Sat-Sun -Periscope Presents: ‘No-Tell Motel’ (see ad)

-Sat -Aylmer Spitfires host: Dorchester, 7:15 pm

 

*Mon -Aylmer Council Public Library Meeting; 7 pm; EEC Complex

 

 

EESS SPORTS THIS WEEK:

 

-GIRLS BBALL – JR – Huron Pk 38 EESS 36

-BOYS VBALL – SR – EESS 3 CECI 2

 

 

SCHOOL FRAUD: AYLMER WOMAN CHARGED 

 

NEW SARUM – Elgin OPP have concluded an investigation into allegations of fraudulent behaviour at New Sarum Public School. In July police were alerted by School Council to discrepancies in their funds after the Council was notified of “unusual activity by their financial institution”. As a result of the investigation, a 42-year-old Aylmer woman has been charged with: Theft over $5,000 and Theft under $5,000.

 

 

ZACH ANNEN: 5TH YR. CARLETON FOOTBALL

 

(Zach Annen, grandson of Case and Jane Annen of Aylmer, is in his fifth year as a starting centre with the Carleton Ravens university football team in Ottawa. Zach was chosen by the Montreal Alouettes in the past summer’s CFL draft. He returned to Carleton to finish his Aerospace Engineering degree. This year Carleton’s record was 3 wins, 5 losses and they missed the playoffs. Said Zach:) “Things didn’t go great this year. Our season ended this past Saturday with a loss to the Guelph Gryphons. It was an up and down season with a last second win versus Queens in week one, back to back losses versus McMaster and Laurier, a heartbreaking loss to Waterloo in week 4, and a double overtime win versus Ottawa U in the Panda game. This was also the 3rd year in a row that Carleton has had a 1000 yard rusher, which is a point of pride for the offensive line. I have been in contact with the offensive line coach in Montreal about what I should be working on getting ready for next year. Going forward I will be re-signing with Montreal and getting ready for their training camp in May.

 

 

THE LOCAL LENS

 

Work is progressing on the new Dollar Store building on John St. north in Aylmer (kb) (CLICK)

 

 

FALL SKATING, PROGRAMS AT EECC COMPLEX

 

(Information from Lauren Boyle of the EEC Complex) – Public skating and other programs are now in full swing this fall at the EECC Complex. Public skating occurs Sundays from 1-2:30 pm; Adult skating is Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 – 10:30 am; Tiny Tots Skating (under 5) is also Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30-11:30 am and Family Skates are held on the last Friday of the month from 5-6 pm. A Speed Skating program for ages 6 and up is available to the public – the fee is $120 for the ten weeks. Pickleball runs Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 am to 11 and Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6 pm to 9. And shuffleboard is on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-4 pm. (Check the EECC website as some dates may be cancelled).

 

 

AYLMER POLICE REPORT

 

(Information from Police Chief Andre Reymer)

-Police charged a 13 year old Malahide boy with possession of a narcotic after staff at EESS found he was holding a bag of marijuana inside the school one day last week.

 

-Police set up a radar trailer on South St west for 24 hours recently and found that most of the drivers in the 40 kph zone were within 12 kph of the speed limit. Police try to put the radar trailer out monthly when they get a request from the public about a perceived problem.

 

 

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