November 2018

Learning to skate

 

The Kincardine Skating Club held its first annual Performance Day at the Davidson Centre on Nov. 23. The event provided skaters with the opportunity to gain experience performing in front of an audience, as well as having their routine evaluated by a guest judge. More than 30 skaters took part in the evening recital. After the performance, a potluck social was held in the Davidson Centre activity room. Here, children belonging to the Learn to Skate Canskate program have some fun on the ice with coach Erin Frook. (Tammy Schneider photo)


IESO approves costing for Bruce Power’s MCR project

 

Bruce Power’s Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project will proceed in January 2020, after the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) verified the company’s final cost estimate for the project.

 

 


West Shore is a tribe for runners of all abilities

 

By Barb McKay

 

A new running group in Kincardine combines fitness, friendship and fun – all reasons for even the most novice runners to join.

 


SHIRLEY QUIPP

 

Shirley Pauline Quipp (née Coghlin) of Tiverton passed away suddenly on Sunday, Nov. 18 , 2018, at the age of 72.

 

Beloved wife of the late Jim Quipp.

 

Cherished mother of Mike (Vicky) Quipp of Tiverton and Kelly (Jim) Robertson of Kincardine Township.

 


DIEDRE LONGHURST

 

Diedre Longhurst passed away at St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018, at the age of 69.

 

She leaves to mourn her loss, her loving husband John Longhurst.

 

Diedre grew up in New Brunswick, along with seven siblings, before moving to Ontario. She lived in the Kincardine area before moving to St. Thomas, where she resided until her passing.

 


Should mail delivery be declared an essential service?

Yes
66% (29 votes)
No
34% (15 votes)
Total votes: 44

Hometown Christmas in Kincardine

 

Addyson, Easton and Isabelle Owens wait their turn for face-painting set up on Queen Street during Hometown Christmas on Saturday. The full day event drew hundreds of people downtown for activities, shopping and visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus. (Tammy Schneider photo)


Bulldogs suffer two losses on the road

 

The Kincardine Bulldogs lost a couple road games in Mitchell over the weekend.

 

On Friday night they outshot the Hawks 22-4 in the first period, but only came away with a 1-0 lead. Hunter Robins-Gibbons scored on the power play with Blake Buchanan and Brent West assisting. Good goaltending at both ends kept the second period scoreless.

 


Nuclear institute education fund allows Bruce County youth to innovate

 

By Barb McKay

 

A new education fund through the Ontario Nuclear Innovation Institute will provide unique learning opportunities for students in the Bruce, Grey and Huron region.

 


Kincardine Christmas Hamper Program gets underway

KDSS Christmas Knights Food and Toy Drive on Dec. 8

 

Kincardine Community Services Association (KCSA) is kicking off its 2018 Christmas Hamper Program. The program continues to rely on the generous support of the community.

 

Families and individuals who are in need of assistance this Christmas who wish to receive a hamper should contact their social worker, counsellor, school principal, health professional, minister or helping agency no later than Nov. 30 to have their name put on the list. There are posters around town encouraging those in need to get their names in. It has been the practice of the Christmas Hamper Program to have these third party referrals to maintain the integrity of the program.