January 8, 2020

Bryan Bickell takes the plunge on New Year’s Day participating in the annual Clarington Polar Bear Swim held at the Bond Head Parkette in Newcastle. The annual fundraiser raises money for the Hollylynn Towie Scholarship Fund which provides financial support for students with autism in Durham Region wishing to pursue a post seconday education.

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December 18, 2019

Merry Pop In Play Group Christmas Party celebrations on Monday, December 16. Join the group Mondays from 10 a.m. – noon at St. Saviour’s Church, Orono. Everyone is welcome.Merry Pop In Play Group Christmas Party celebrations on Monday, December 16. Join the group Mondays from 10 a.m. – noon at St. Saviour’s Church, Orono. Everyone is welcome.

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December 11, 2019

Orono Public School had a great time on Thursday, December 5 at the Peterborough Petes game, and they did an amazing job of singing O’ Canada. Teacher and choir director, Mrs. Winslow is very proud of her group.

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December 4, 2019

Sunday’s weather did not dampen the enthusiasm of the many children who came with their families to have breakfast with Santa at the Newtonville Community Hall on Sunday. Jamison Heerschop (L) isn’t quite sure about the man in the red suit while his brother Ashton had already given Santa his wish list.

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November 27, 2019

Sophia McMeechin was at A Gift of Art’s Card Making Party on Sunday. On Giving Tuesday, December 3 the cards will be gifted to Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Services, Fosterbrooke Long Term Care and the Clarington East Food Bank.

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November 20, 2019

Chad Fisher, snow school instructor, gives Kees a lesson in Brimacombe’s BURTON Riglet Park during First Frost at the Brim on Sunday. This little park is designed to introduce small children to snowboarding by introducing balance techniques in a fun way.

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November 13, 2019

This is the seventh year Jordan Blenkinsop (centre) with the help of students at Orono Public School has collected socks for The Refuge in Oshawa. Logan Lugtenberg (L) and Wyatt Sharpe (R) both won Socktober bringing in 200 pairs each. Ms. Gershon’s class won the pizza lunch for bringing in the most socks. The final count is yet to come but Jordan says with the school’s donation and two corporate donations she has received around 2100 pairs.

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