March 2018

Eyeing up the corner pocket

 

Susy Parker, winner of division “C”, eyes up the 8-ball during the Heart N Stroke Pool Tournament at the Sutton Park Inn on Saturday. The three day tournament raised $4385 for the heart and stroke foundation. In the tournament’s 22 year history it has raised over $193,000 for the charity. Of the 160 competitors, Travis Thompson and Andy Graham won division “A”, Mar Juazon and Duane Kocela won division “B” and Matt Friel and Susy Parker won division “C”. (Chris Bianco Photo)


ANN LICHTENBURG

 

Margot “Ann” Lichtenberg (née Morrison) of Kincardine passed away at the South Bruce Grey Health Centre - Kincardine, on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in her 90th year.

 

Beloved wife of the late Thorpe “Mate” Lichtenberg (1990).

 

Loving mother of Sally (Bill Smith) Lichtenberg of Kincardine and Thorpe (Kelly) Lichtenberg of South Riding, Virginia.

 


KDSS one of the last stops for Rick Mercer Report

 

Rick Mercer poses with members of KDSS’s Me to We program at an assembly on Tuesday. The Me to We program raised $2300 for Mercer’s charity Spread the Net. (Chris Bianco Photo)

By Chris Bianco

Rick Mercer received a warm and excited greeting from students at Kincardine District Secondary School as he entered the gymnasium on Tuesday, being led by a bagpiper in traditional Kincardine fashion.

 


Should the Sunshine List reflect inflation?

Yes
71% (30 votes)
No
29% (12 votes)
Total votes: 42

Municipality seeks inductees for Kincardine Sports Wall of Fame

Nomination deadline is April 30

 

By Barb McKay

 

Do you know an athlete or team with Kincardine roots who deserve to be recognized?

 

The municipality is currently seeking nominations for the Kincardine Sports Wall of Fame. The recognition wall was erected at the Davidson Centre last year and the first inductees were unveiled in June. More than three dozen athletes and teams and five ‘builders’ – individuals who have supported local athletes, teams or organizations – are profiled on the Wall of Fame.

 


Storytelling workshop helps those with disabilities find a voice

 

By Chris Bianco

 

Josh Easton sits at a desk at the Community Living Kincardine and District (CLKD) office and practices the finer points of a speech he’s been working on.

 


Crime Stoppers Grey Bruce needs funding to stay afloat

 

By Barb McKay

 

Crime Stoppers Grey Bruce is appealing to municipalities across the two counties for funding to keep the organization going.

 


WILLIE KELL

 

William “Willie” Peter Kell of Kincardine passed away, with family by his side, on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, at the age of 91.

 

Special friend of Teresita “Tess” Cervantes of Mississauga.

 

Former spouse to Irene Roth of Poole.

 

Loving father to Patricia Kell of Mildmay and James (Shirley) Kell of Kitchener, and father-in-law to Anne Kell of Kitchener.

 


JANE CARON

 

Elizabeth “Jane” Caron (née Parkhill) of Kincardine passed away suddenly on Saturday, March 17, 2018, in her 65th year.

 

Cherished wife of Norm Caron.

 

Loving mother of Paul (Lori) Caron and Troy Caron, all of Toronto.

 

Dear sister of Jim (Linda) Parkhill of Niagara Falls and Ruth (Bob) McFarlane of Kincardine. Also missed by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

 


ANNE BROCKWAY

 

It is with profound sadness that we bring the news of the passing of Anne Vicki Brockway (née Morris) on Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018, at the age of 53. Following a year-long illness, Anne left us in the way she lived - with dignity, grace, warmth, wit and love.

 

Anne will be ever loved and missed by her husband Felix and beloved children John and Rachel; her mother Eileen Morris; her brother Jim Morris and sister-in-law Josie; her sisters Helen Tovey (Steve Crossley) and Lorna Carston (Clayton Lemay);and her many nieces and nephews.