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MONDAY, Feb. 5/18

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AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-EESS hosts: Girls VBall v CECI

-Aylmer Council, 7 pm

 

-Tue -EESS hosts: Boys BBall v WESS (Sr); Glencoe (Jr)

-Tue -Fanshawe College Adult Info Night; Aylmer Library; 6-8 pm

-Wed -Mayors Breakfast; Saxonia Hall (back room); 7:30-9 am

-Wed -EESS hosts: Boys Hockey v PCI

-Thu-Sun -A.C.T. Presents: The Dining Room (see ad)

-Thu -EESS hosts: Girls Hockey v WCI

-Fri, Sat (8 pm), Sun (2 pm) -Periscope Theatre: The Housekeeper (see ad)

-Sat -Aylmer Spitfires host: Lambeth/Playoffs; 7:30 pm

 

 

OBITUARIES:

 

HUSBAND OF AYLMER CLERK

-Kington, Darrell Alfred of Dorchester passed away Wednesday in his 71st year. Survivors: wife Nancie Irving, Clerk of Aylmer; four children etc.. A celebration of life will be held today at 11 am at the Thames Centre Flight Exec Centre Auditorium; Arrangements with the HA Kebbel Funeral Home.

 

NANCY CAMPBELL WAS IN CHARGE OF AYLMER POOL

-Campbell, Nancy Gene of Aylmer passed away Friday in her 69th year. Survivors: husband Donald Campbell; two children etc.. Nancy was a longtime school bus driver and a coordinator for the YWCA Aquatic Program for the Aylmer Pool. The funeral service will be held at St. Paul’s United Church today at 11 am.  Arrangements with the HA Kebbel Funeral Home.

 

-Moes, Robert “Bobbie Joe” of Toronto passed away Friday in his 31st year. Survivors: parents Darcy Ralf (Jim Chambers) of Woodstock and Albert Moes of St. Thomas; grandparent Yvonne Ralf (Max) etc.. Visitation on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. A private family funeral service will be held at the HA Kebbel Funeral Home on Thursday.

 

 

SPITS LOSE BOTH FINAL GAMES

 

AYLMER – North Middlesex scored six goals in six minutes midway through the third period as they downed Aylmer Spitfires 11-1 in Provincial Junior C hockey in Parkhill Friday. The Spits then closed out their regular season here Saturday by losing 7-5 to last place Lucan. Friday, Curtis Hardwick garnered the lone Aylmer marker. Saturday, James Collins scored twice for the Spitfires with singles going to Luke Regier, Tyler Hinde, and Braden Smith. Aylmer finished in eighth place in the nine team league with a record of 11-28-0-1.  The Spits will play league champ Lambeth in a best of seven opening playoff round beginning Wednesday in Lambeth. Second game is in Aylmer Saturday and third game is in Lambeth Sunday. Aylmer lost all five games to Lambeth in the regular season.

LUCAN 7 AYLMER 5

Period 1

Lucan – Cory Vigneux (Darby Tyndall, Noah Crowley) 0:59

Lucan – Brandon Jesson (Colin Spence) 3:49

Lucan – Zachary Smith (Brody Thompson, Cory Vigneux) 12:52

Aylmer – Luke Regier (Andrew Snowden, James Collins) 16:27

Aylmer – James Collins (Jamie Brzozowski, Andrew Snowden) 18:10

Period 2

Lucan – Cory Vigneux (Ryan Marriage, Emerson Hathaway) 1:49

Aylmer – James Collins (Andrew Snowden, Jamie Brzozowski) 8:52

Period 3

Lucan – Ryan Marriage (Zachary Smith) 1:38

Aylmer – Brayden Smith (Dallas Loiselle, Jake Morin) 8:06

Lucan – Dillon Saunders (Brandon Jesson, Jason Braun) 13:23

Aylmer – Tyler Hinde (Dustin Dunlop, Sebastian Nogueira) 13:48

Lucan – Dillon Saunders (empty net) (unassisted) 19:38

 

 

MALAHIDE FIRE REPORT

 

– January 29, 2018, Calton Line, Station #1, Medical Assist

– January 29, 2018, Conservation Line, Station #2, Medical Assist

– January 30, 2018, Calton Line, Station #1, Medical Assist

– January 30, 2018, Mapleton Line, Station #4, Medical Assist

– January 30, 2018, Vienna Line, Station #1, Medical Assist

– January 30, 2018, Nova Scotia Line, Station #1, Medical Assist

– February 4, 2018, Nova Scotia Line, Station #1, Medical Assist

– February 4, 2018, Springerhill Road, Station #2, Medical Assist

– February 4, 2018, Ron McNeil Line, Station #3, Medical Assist

 

 

MALAHIDE TO MANAGE PT. BRUCE PARK?

 

Malahide Council in the fall directed staff to enter into negotiations with the Ministry of Natural Resources to develop an agreement for Malahide assuming operations of the Port Bruce Provincial Park beginning this this year. Commented Mayor Dave Mennill:  “We are in negotiations with the Ministry of Natural Resources to extend the season at Port Bruce Provincial Park. Currently, the season starts in June and ends Labour Day. There appears to be a demand to start in May and end Thanksgiving. Malahide is considering taking over the maintenance for the extended period of Port Bruce Park in 2018 as a pilot project. MNR is responsible for any capital expenditures in the park.”

 

 

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