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Waterdown Terry Fox Run raises over $4,500
More than 140 participants turned out for the annual Terry Fox Run in Waterdown on Sunday, Sept. 14.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Strabane WI gearing up for busy fall season
Members of the Strabane Women’s Institute are gearing up for a whirlwind of activity this fall.

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Thursday, September, 18, 2014 - 7:07:57 PM
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: www.jenniferstebbing.ca"
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Wednesday, September, 17, 2014 - 11:11:14 PM
New rec programs at North Wentworth Arena "Sounds like a great opportunity. It's just a shame programs similar to these aren't being offered at the Beverly Community Center in Rockton. As usual the rural communities lose out again."
Comment by scooter
Friday, September, 05, 2014 - 12:12:07 PM
Lynden water woes continue with E. coli alert "The current crisis here in Lynden with respect to Total Coliform and E Coli contamination of the community well is unacceptable. Once again, an entire town must put their lives on hold due to additional contamination of our water supply system that i"
Comment by Syl Corsini
New rec programs at North Wentworth Arena
A full slate of recreation programs will open at North Wentworth Arena, beginning next week.
Carlisle United expands "Messy Church" program
Life with kids can be messy, but that shouldn’t stop young families from enjoying the lessons and fellowship offered by their local church.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
CP to discuss Snake Road bridge project Sept. 17
Two months after closing the rail bridge connecting Snake Road to Thompson Drive in Waterdown due to safety concerns, CP Rail is hosting a public information session Wednesday evening to update affected property owners on the project’s progress.
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FROM THE GARDEN SHED: A time to celebrate
The Flamborough Horticultural Society is marking its 75th anniversary this year.
Hamilton-Burlington Junior League hosts info night
For the past 80 years, the Junior League of Hamilton-Burlington has been part of an international network of women developed to lead and contribute to positive change in our community.
Live Steamers at Hamilton museum Sept. 28
Visitors to the Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology can catch a ride on coal-burning, steam-powered and electric trains on Sept. 28.
Brenda Jefferies, Review staff
Christie Lake gets a shot of colour Sept. 21
Christie Lake Conservation Area will be awash with colour Sept. 21, but not because of the changing season.
Register now for Hamilton's Citizens' Police College
Registration is now open for the Hamilton Police Service (HPS) Citizens' Police College.
Hamilton Public Library book sale Sept. 15-20
Hamilton Public Library is excited to partner once again with Soroptimists International of Hamilton-Burlington for their annual Book Sale fundraising project next week.
Saddle up for pony rescue ride in Lynden
The Wind Dancer Pony Rescue is saddling up to put the fun into fundraising on Saturday, Sept. 27 with its 3rd annual Isabel’s Ride in Lynden.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
The heat is on at Flamborough's Chili Fest
Organizers are turning up the heat on the second instalment of Flamborough’s Chili Fest.
Wild on Waterdown
Wild time in Waterdown
This year’s installment of Wild on Waterdown will take place Sat., Sept. 20 starting at 1 p.m. at Waterdown’s Memorial Park, where residents of all ages can sign up to lend a hand at one of more than 25 projects around town.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Beginners welcome at Waterdown Village Squares
Club offers first night free for those who want to try
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Waterdown fun fair a hit at Bethel
Kids of all ages enjoyed the annual fun fair hosted by Bethel Church in Waterdown on Sept. 5.
Dundas Granite hosts curling open house
The Dundas Granite Curling Club will hold an open house Thurs. Sept. 25 from 6-9 p.m.
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