BEL Rottary Club welcomes new members.
Rick Storey recognized Past President Tony Davidson with his Paul Harris +5.
The library was full of love this week during Story Time at Trent Lakes Public Library. After reading You Can Never Run Out of Love by Helen Docherty and How do you say I Love You? by Hannah Eliot, the children made butterfly Valentine’s Day cards. Pictured above is Crystal Irwin and Sam Noffke after finishing Sam’s Valentine’s Day card. Story Time is held every Wednesday morning at 11:00 at the Buckhorn branch of Trent Lakes Public Library.
Thursday night curling continues to grow. The “Learn to Curl” program has enticed more players to join in the fun. Next draw for Thursday nights will have two time slots. Above, vice-skip Harry Stoffers keeps his eye on the progess of the stone thrown by skip Rob Hanes. Lead Lorna MacDonald and second Melissa Rose are ready to sweep if need be.
Jeff Leal, MPP for Peterborough and Minister responsible for Small Business, Agriculture and Rural Affairs appeared before Douro-Dummer council last Tuesday to deliver his annual update.
The four man team of Barrie Ziebarth, Larry Pearson, Richard Heilmann and Rick Loucks are heading to Legion provincial darts championships in April. The guys played awesome darts at the district tournament in Belleville. Not only is this foursome going on, but the doubles team of Larry and Richard are going on to represent Lakefield as well.
Ontario Speed Skating Oval Zambonie Day Jessica Northey and Jenn MacDonald (with Graham Wilkins) left, had a blast taking their turns driving the Zamboni around the Oval on Sunday.
Lorna MacDonald (with Graham Wilkins) was at Zambonie Day to get a picture - but it looked like so much fun, she took her turn driving the Zamboni. Zambonie Day was a fundraiser to help with the upkeep of the 400 metre natural ice speed skating oval.
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