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Waterdown volunteer recognized by Scouts Canada
Waterdown resident and Beaver leader Karen Smith, affectionately known to the young boys and girls of the 31st Hamilton Beaver Colony as “Rainbow,” was awarded the Scouts Canada Medal of Good Service at the groups’ recent barbeque.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
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Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction hosts 'speed campaigning' event "I think it was very presumptuous of the author of this article to state that I have lived in poverty with 5 of my children and that I had to take 5 of my children to a shelter because of it. At the event, I did state that I had to use a shelter with"
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Hamilton trustees eager to tap school closure fund "I think Ray Mulholland needs to visit the Flamborough schools."
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Flamborough-Glanbrook contestant receives 'green light' from federal Liberals "You can find out more about Jennifer and her campaign, and how you can help, here:"
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Waterdown digs Chili Fest
Countless varieties of chili were on offer at the second annual Chili Fest in support of Flamborough Women's Resource Centre.
Catherine O'Hara, Review
Golfers tee up to help Waterdown family
The Grobowsky family is slowly adjusting to life without Ray.
James Hoggett, Special
Families flock to Telling Tales in Rockton
Families flocked to Westfield Heritage Village in Rockton last Sunday (Sept. 14) for the 6th Annual Telling Tales literacy festival.
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Polar Bay Wines
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Catherine O'Hara • Review
Waterdown Legion honours its members
A special awards ceremony was held at the Waterdown branch of the Royal Canadian Legion to honour its members for their longstanding service.
Backyard movie night boosts Animal Adoptions of Flamborough
Backyard movie night boosts Animal Adoptions of Flamborough
On August 19, the weather was warm and the skies clear – ideal conditions for a neighbourhood screening of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in the Fulop family backyard, organized by 12-year-old Madison and her sister, Ellie, 9.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Stream of Dreams installation at Courtcliffe Park goes swimmingly
Wooden fish, hand painted by guests at the Trout Unlimited Bronte Creek Family Fun Day and Carlisle Duck Dash, were added to the Stream of Dreams installation at Courtcliffe Park Friday afternoon.
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Waterdown I.D.A. Pharmacy
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Community appreciation fundraiser boost Waterdown youth
A community appreciation fundraising barbecue was held in the parking lot of Waterdown's Village Plaza Sat., Aug. 30.
Garry Flood • Special
FACES OF FLAMBOROUGH: Joan Eagle – Soaring to great heights
Joan Eagle has lived in her Carlisle home for 39 years. She grew up on a fruit and vegetable farm in Mississauga.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
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Mac Christie • Review
Flamborough makes a splash in support of ALS
If you’ve been on social media at all for the last several weeks, you’ll have noticed the abundance of ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos popping up on your feed.
Mac Christie • Review
Waterdown student part of Rotary Youth Exchange to France
A 16-year-old Waterdown student is headed to France for 10 months as part of a Rotary International Youth Exchange.
Catherine O'Hara • Review Staff
Waterdown Hillfield Strathallan student receives national honour
A Hillfield Strathallan College student is one of the newest members to join the National Society of High School Scholars, an organization that recognizes top academic achievers from secondary schools around the globe.
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