May 2016

Fisher named to RHC roster

By Josh Howald

Kincardine native Kendra Fisher has been named to Canada's national women's roller hockey team and will represent Canada at the FIRS World Championships.

The world championship tournament is happening in Italy in June.

This isn't the first time Fisher has minded the net for Canada's national inline hockey team. She won a gold medal at the FIRS World Championships in 2012, and has represented Canada at the FIRS World Inline Hockey Championships on at least four other occasions, including in 2014 when Canada lost in the gold medal game to the United States.


Volleyball weekend

The 19th annual Kincardine Bulldogs Indoor Beach Volleyball Tournament meant all kinds of volleyball action last week at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. For the winning teams and other photos, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


Ayr sweeps Schmalz Cup

Corvairs win Sutherland Cup

The Ayr Centennials swept the Port Hope Panthers in four straight games to win its first ever Schmalz Cup OHA provincial Junior C championship.

Tait Seguin looks to deflect a Ryan Punkari shot past London goaltender Connor Hughes in Game 3 of the Sutherland Cup. Caledonia clinched the Junior B championship with an overtime win in Game 4 Monday night. (photo courtesy of Spencer Smye Photography)

 

Ayr wrapped up the series Friday night in front of a home crowd of 1,475 at the North Dumfries Community Centre. The Centennials had goals from five different players in the 5-2 win.


Dudley Cup underway

Scheel, Skinner in Kirkland Lake

By Josh Howald

The Dudley Hewitt Cup is officially underway in Kirkland Lake.

The Trenton Golden Hawks, including Ben Scheel and Ethan Skinner, kicked off the Central Canada Junior A championship tournament yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon against the Soo Thunderbirds.

The Thunderbirds are champions of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, while the Golden Hawks are Buckland Cup champions as the Ontario Junior Hockey League's best team. Scheel had the winning goal for Trenton in Game 5 of the Buckland Cup finals to clinch a spot at the Dudley Cup.


Wednesday, May 4, 2016

ELSIE LOCKHART

Elsie Lillian Lockhart (née Moon) of Port Elgin and formerly of Kincardine passed away peacefully at the age of 92 at the Hanover Care Centre on Sunday, April 24, 2016.

Cherished wife of the late Charles "Bryce" Lockhart.

Loving mother of John Lockhart (Mary Jo Knappett) of Grand Bend, Richard of Toronto and Suzanne MacLean of Paisley.

Dear grandmother of Jody (Norman) Douglas, Kelly (Gary) Amaral, Charlie (Sheena) MacLean and Elsa (Scott) Thompson and great-grandmother of Jeremy, Jason and Jaclyn Core; Wyatt, Bryce and Sophia MacLean; Charlize and Isla Moon Amaral.

Survived by her sister Nancy (Richard) Martyn of Quebec and her sister-in-law Anita Moon of Quebec.

Predeceased by her daughter Linda, parents Stanley and Winnerfred Moon, brother Herbert and son-in-law Roderick MacLean.

A graveside service will take place at the Kincardine Cemetery at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 5, 2016.


Reconsider decision

Taking away blue containers at Beefway because they are being used too much - really? Because they worked so well, the municipality decides it should be stopped? The only problem is that they weren't emptied often enough. Most times I went, one could barely squeeze in cardboard. Guess it was too much effort to maintain, but they solved that extra work problem by cancelling a much used service.

 

I hope not all council decisions are this way. It would have been a good one if it was not being used at all. The right solution would have been to empty them more often. Hopefully we won’t see more waste along roadways due to this. (This writer would never do that.)

 


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