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THURSDAY, Nov. 2/17

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OBITUARY – Duncan, Marilyn Faye (Rickard) of RR6, Aylmer passed away Wednesday in her 71st year. Survivors: husband Robert Duncan; one daughter etc.. She worked for many years at Amtelecom and as a secretary at East Elgin Secondary School. The funeral service will be held at the HA Kebbel Funeral Home on Monday at 1 pm with visitation Sunday from 1-4 pm.

 

-THU – EESS  GIRLS BBALL PLAYOFF -EESS 36 CECI 13

 

*THEAYLMERNEWS publishes Mon, Tue, and Thursday

 

AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

*OCT 23-NOV 17 Aylmer Fall Leaf Collection

-Bayham 7 pm, Malahide 7:30 pm Councils

 

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

-Sat -SOLD OUT/APAC Presents: Myles Goodwin; OTH Theatre; 7:30 pm

-Sat/Sun – CLOCKS BACK

 

-Mon -Aylmer Council, 7 pm

*AYLMER CHRISTMAS PARADE – Nov. 25

 

 

EESS SPORTS TUE.:

 

-GIRLS BBALL -SR – Parkside 38 EESS 31; JR – EESS 30 PCI 25

-BOYS VBALL – EESS 3 AVSS 0

 

 

OBITUARIES

 

-Friesen, Susana of Aylmer passed away Wednesday in her 80th year. Survivors: husband Wilhelm Friesen, six children etc.. She was born in Mexico. Visitation at the HA Kebbel Funeral Home on Thursday 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm; the funeral service will be held at the Bradley Street Church of God Friday at 11 am.

 

 

OPP SEEK VEHICLE

 

BELMONT – (From Elgin OPP) – Early yesterday around 4 am Elgin OPP responded to a report of dangerous driving on Belmont Road near Seventh Avenue just north of here. Police learned that a black Ford F-250 had made intentional contact with a vehicle and then left the scene southbound on Belmont Road. The incident started when the Ford F-250 pulled out of the Husky Gas Station near the 401. There was some damage to the struck vehicle and it is thought that the black Ford F-250 would have some damage to the front passenger side bumper.

 

 

A READER WRITES:

 

(Re-Library Meeting Monday) – “Let me suggest to Council that “nearly” 75 showing up to this meeting indicates that the majority of taxpayers in this town have no interest in either moving or building a library. The proposal to not spend ratepayers tax dollars on either of these “options” was the reason most of this council got elected in the last local election. What happened to all those people that signed the petition that is quoted so famously. No shows. Why? Mostly because the signatures were not all Aylmer taxpayers.” (Gary Rabbets)

 

 

AYLMER HALLOWE’EN QUIET

 

Police Chief Andre Reymer reported no incidents, “a quiet night” in town on Hallowe’en.

 

 

AYL-MAL. MUSEUM TOUR OF HOMES #2

 

(The Aylmer-Malahide Museum’s 15th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes will be held on Friday, November 17 from 7-10 pm and Saturday, November 18 from 1-9 pm. The Museum Supper is on Friday at 6 pm at the Aylmer Baptist Church.)-  “A second home on the Tour is this ranch style house at 28 Charles Court owned by Dave and Julie Roszell. The house was built in 1990 and purchased by the Roszells in 2000. Dave and Julie have recently renovated their home in the popular modern farmhouse style of designers Chip and Joanna Gaines.”

 

 

REMB. DAY IN BAYHAM SUNDAY SERVICES

 

A Remembrance Day service will be held Sunday at 11 am in Vienna. In attendance will be Pt Burwell Legion Branch 524’s Colour Guard. Later in Pt Burwell, a parade will be leaving the Legion at 1:30 pm and march to the cenotaph for a service there.

 

 

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