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Thanks to sponsors, volunteers who made Duck Dash awesome
What do you get when you have a duck, a trout and a great park?
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Team car whash boosts Pat Du four Memorial Fund
On Sunday, June 22, the Flamborough Sabres atom AE hockey team hosted a car wash fundraiser – not to raise money for their team but instead to provide support to the Pat Du Four Memorial Fund.

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Tuesday, July, 22, 2014 - 6:06:21 PM
Big Red says goodbye to Waterdown "You will be missed on Parkside, an icon for so long, I enjoyed driving by and and seeing the newly refurbished bikes you worked on. Such a great talent, it would be a shame and a waste if you weren't able to carry on, at least with the bikes, in Bur"
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Monday, July, 21, 2014 - 9:09:15 PM
Big Red says goodbye to Waterdown "I am sorry to see him go..."
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Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 6:06:42 PM
North end of Carlisle's William Street to be closed off "Even considering closing Williams Rd. is an illogical and asinine move. 300 cars a day. So What. That is lightly traveled in this area. That is what roads are for. It is not an official Bypass. It is simply people taking the most expedient (and Gree"
Comment by G.M. Baker
A cul-de-sac is not the same as a private road
Regarding the recommendation from a Flamborough resident that William Street residents bear private road maintenance costs when the north end is closed; one may expect this recommendation from someone who may have ignored the local traffic only signs and conveniently used William Street as the “Carlisle By-Pass.”
Carlisle resident pleased with William Street closure
There are many happy residents that live on William, Elderberry and Wildberry streets.
Residents should cover road costs
I understand drivers are to be denied the use of this street to bypass the intersection at Carlisle and Centre roads.
Flamborough partners fill food bank shelves
On a recent weekend, the residents of Flamborough and Fortinos Waterdown took up the challenge of restocking the Flamborough Food Bank’s shelves for the summer.
Higher electrical power costs are here to stay
The author from the Mississauga News didn’t quite get his/her facts right.
Waterdown garage sale raises $600 for African grannies
I want to send a BIG THANK YOU to the Flamborough Review for highlighting our charity garage sale in last week’s newspaper.
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Grandmothers of Steel bulb garden a community success
The Grandmothers of Steel held a celebration at North Central Park in Hamilton, that represented the culmination of a Bulb Project that began last summer. We sold bulbs to raise funds, which we sent through the Stephen Lewis Foundation to African projects working to turn the tide of HIV/AIDS.
Copetown group says thanks for sharing
On behalf of S.H.A.R.E. I wish to express our gratitude for publicizing our S.H.A.R.E. Banquet fundraiser on Wed., April 16 at the Copetown Community Centre.
Waterdown family grateful for "angel" sent when they needed her
My husband and I decided to move to Waterdown to be closer to his mother, in the case we should have children and she would help. Unfortunately, my mother-in-law died suddenly in August, 2009.
Volunteers drive Flamborough food donations
On behalf of the Flamborough Food Bank, I would like to send our heartfelt thanks to Calvary Christian Reformed Church in West Flamborough for their much-appreciated donations.
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There really is no place like Flamborough
Flamborough Centre School’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” finished its successful run of four performances recently. The entire cast and crew is to be commended for their enthusiasm and dedication to putting on such a fantastic show.
Let voters decide how to cast their ballots
While I realize that, historically, newspapers and radio and television networks have shown their biases regarding the political spectrum, I wish it was not so blatant, nor hypocritical and contradictory.
Loonie Sale for Animal Adoptions of Flamborough a big success
The ‘Loonie Sale’ held at the Waterdown Legion was a great success.
PC plan to build highways 'irresponsible'
I was admittedly perturbed after spending an hour researching population and jobless rate statistics. I did so upon reading the PC’s promise to create one million jobs and it just didn’t sound right.
PC party's plans ignore research, says reader
Tim Hudak has promised to cut corporate taxes, but there has never, ever been any evidence that this creates jobs. He wants to cut civil service jobs, including jobs in education, but an educated population is the single greatest determinant of a society’s success in the new economy.
Thanks for making Carlisle Festival a success
The Carlisle United Church would like to extend thanks to the many businesses in this caring community for their generous support of the Carlisle Festival.
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