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Thursday, July 9, 2020
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Putting the green in the initiative

The woodlot in Elmira’s South Parkwood subdivision attracted 35 volunteers who planted 150 trees Oct. 5. Some 850 dead, dying and hazard ash trees were logged and removed this past summer. Trees for Woolwich in-filled areas to help to regenerate growth. This was the group’s last tree-planting event for the year. [Patrick Merlihan]

Local couple take DIY workout equipment to the next level

With gyms closed during the coronavirus lockdown and many of us staying put, at-home workouts became the norm. The resultant run on...

Back in the saddle again

Day camps are among activities now permitted as the economy opens, though subject to safety measures such as physical distancing. That the...

Holiday fireworks can have a big impact on our pets

There were no big fireworks shows to mark Canada Day this week, but that loss of a traditional part of the celebration...

Elmira Pentecostal Assembly puts a twist on their classic car show

Car shows – from large formal events to drop-in gatherings in a neighbourhood parking lot – are a staple of summertime living....
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