The community is invited to an Open House at the Clarington East Food Bank (CEFB) on September 16.
Ontario’s Auditor General released a damning report in early August dealing with the Ford government and lies to the public.
Eight days until the Fair
‘Harvesting Community Connections’ is the theme of this year’s fair. Ladies and gentlemen, it is harvest time! Final preparations are being put in place. The fair is just around the corner. Look on line at www. oronofair.com to see and learn all about our fair. Be sure to get those entries into Michelle a.s.a.p.
On Saturday the Orono Crown Lands Trust board of directors hosted their annual Corn Roast. Chefs for the event were (LtoR) Lauren McBride, Brian Thompson, Larry Lunn, John Windatt, Harry Linton, Adrian Green and Dirk Woudstra. The annual event is an opportunity for the community to find out what the OCLT is all about and renew your membership.
Young Weston from Newcastle was having a ball at the Community Appreciation Day hosted by Danielle MacDuff and her family. He loved the tractor and interacting with the goats and horses. And of course, the snacks.
Did you know that A Gift of Art’s humble beginnings started in Newcastle 16 years ago? Founder Ann-marie Harley says, “it started, before it started.”
MPP David Piccini and his team held a free Community BBQ at Memorial Park in Newcastle on Saturday. Pictured with the Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks cook-ing burgers and dogs were (LtoR) Orono Country Café owner, Amin Rawdah, MPP Piccini, Keith Isnor and Wes.
Eagles finish regular season with double-header split
Sunday, Aug 20 – The Kendal Senior AAA Eagles wrapped up their GTBL regular season schedule taking a win and a loss in a double-header against the East York Bulldogs at the Harvey Jackson Park in Kendal.
Coaches and volunteers needed
As the summer sports season winds down, the echo of past slapshots and bodychecks resonate within the community. Hockey season is just around the corner. Orono and Newcastle have thriving minor hockey programs. Many of the area youth are looking forward to strapping on the blades this fall.