Photo Gallery

Firefighting feast

The line was long at the annual Kincardine Fire Department's Roast Beef Barbeque at the fire hall on Mahood-Johnston Drive on Sunday afternoon. Here, firefighter Mike Fitzpatrick dishes out some corn to Shayliegh Ogilvie, 8. (Barb McKay photo)

Tree removal on Fraser Drive irks neighbours

Crews prepare to take down a large maple tree at the corner of Kincardine Ave. and Fraser Dr. Monday. The removal of trees has upset many in the neighbourhood. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)

Painting the town

The municipal water tower got a new coat of paint last week. Here, workers used roller brushes and sprayers to freshen up Kincardine's tower on Thursday. (Josh Howald photo)

M-Power move

Mandy Cronin stickhandles around one of her students at the M-Power Hockey Camp last week at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. The former University of Maine goaltender ran the all-female school in Kincardine with an emphasis on having fun. (Josh Howald photo)

Scoring champs

Four Counties Ball Hockey wrapped up the season Sunday with a year-end playoff tournament in Clifford. The league also honoured its division scoring champions. From left are Brody Kleist (11 and under division), Gavyn Eccles (tyke) and Nick Kilpatrick (12 and up division). (Josh Howald photo)

Listen up...

Garrett McFadden, right, of the Guelph Storm fires up the bench Friday at the Garrett Meurs Hockey Camp at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. That is Fort Wayne Komets forward Meurs in the background. More than 100 youngsters attended the annual hockey camp, which concluded Friday with game action. (Josh Howald photo)

Artful hands

Donna Reaman of Whitechurch displays some of her wares Saturday afternoon at the Kincardine Pavilion during the Artful Hands art show and sale. (Josh Howald photo)

That's the spirit!

Amber Lee Zealand, Miss Petite Bruce County, at Queen's Lookout Park in Kincardine Monday morning. Zealand was crowned Miss Petite Spirit in Toronto on the weekend. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

On board

Paddleboarders prep for a nightly class held at Station Beach in Kincardine. On Friday, West Shore Clothing and Surf Shoppe and Billabong teamed up for a SUP Social on the north side of the pier. Dozens of beginners and experienced boarders came out for a barbeque and to test out boards and enjoy a yoga lesson. (Barb McKay photo)


Local inline programs meet

Owen Sound brought its inline hockey players to Walkerton last Monday night to face off against the youngsters in the Bruce County Ballisticks roller hockey program. The games wrapped up the season for both programs. Bruce County won this game by a 3-1 score. (Josh Howald photo)