Kick save — and a beauty! Atom goalie Hunter James thwarts Clarington #2 scoring chance in Saturday action at Orono Arena.
Margery Freethy (R), of the Newcastle Horticultural Soceity, presented the Consul General of Japan Ms. Takako Ito with a bouquet of flowers from her garden, with the exception of a well placed lily indigenous to Japan. The ribbon donned a pin with the words “Newcastle is Neat”.
BINGO! Orono United Church is celebrating their 11th year of fundraising for the church. Wendy Maher won the first BINGO of the season. Maher has lived in Orono for 25 year and said this was her first time going to BINGO. Perhaps not her last. BINGO runs every other Friday. Don’t miss the next one on September 27 – 7:00 p.m sharp!
On Wednesday, September 4 at 10:00 a.m. Jane Ann Tillson received a call from Scott Lightfoot, reporter with CTV news that he was coming to Orono. He wanted to be the first to break the story – Orono wants the iconic Toronto sign. Within only two hours word spread, and those who could came to offer their support.
Deborah Bateman gives Amy Cannings, 2019 Orono Fair Ambassador, a quick lesson in how laundry was done in the ‘good ol’ days’ at the 12th Annual Orono Antique Festival held Saturday, August 10. The yearly event once again welcomed a large crowd into our small town.