Photo Gallery

Young guns

Wyatt Sheppard carries the puck out of traffic during the senior tyke hockey game that officially opened the 39th annual Kincardine Erie Belle OldStars hockey tournament. The tykes were treated to hot dogs and pop by the OldStars in the hall following the gmae. (Josh Howald photo)


Feeding the flock

The kitchen at the Kincardine Baptist Church was bustling with activity Thursday evening as volunteers cooked up a complete Community Meal. Dinners are served to the public in the church hall on the last Thursday of each month. From left are Judith Bond, Norma Kempers, Pat Newman and Nancy Craig. (Barb McKay photo)


Youngters and OldStars

Wyatt Sheppard blows a wheel as he fires a shot on net during the senior tyke hockey game Friday night at the Davidson Centre to kick off the 39th annual OldStars Erie Belle hockey tournament. Sheppard was robbed on this scoring chance. (Josh Howald photo)


Shark

Perrin Dore of Kinloss Twp. lines up the 8-ball at the 20th annual Heart and Stroke pool tournament at the Howard Johnston on the weekend. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Wolves win Game 7

Will meet Shallow Lake in finals

When it came to crunch time, the Ripley Wolves stepped up.

Ripley celebrates the game winner late in the second period of Game 7 last night (Tuesday) in Ripley. (Josh Howald photo)

 

The Wolves dumped the Milverton 4-Wheel Drives 5-2 last night in the village to end this back-and-forth WOAA Senior A semi-final series. Ripley faced elimination in Games 6 and 7, but battled back to win both comfortably. Ripley will now face the Shallow Lake Crushers in the WOAA A finals. The Crushers are coming off a five-game series win over Lucknow.


Happy St. Patty's Day!

The Kincardine Community Singers entertained the residents of Trillium Court last week with a St. Patrick's Day-themed performance. From left are Melody Smillie, John Binnendyk, Melanie Milne and Maria Riggin. (Josh Howald photo)


Ice to see ya again!

The sun was shining on Kincardine Harbour Monday morning on a beautiful day in Kincardine. These Canada Geese were busy splitting their time between the ice and the water. (Josh Howald photo)


Art in progress

From left Amy Bouedrais, Katie Moelker and Shandra Henry get in touch with their creative sides at an art class held by local artist Lambertus deGraf at Trillium Court last week. (Barb McKay photo)


Throwing stones

Big Brothers Bis Sisters Kincardine Kincardine and District held a very succesful first annual Curl For Kids Sake Saturday at the Kincardine Curling Club, sponsored by the Society of Energy Professionals. To date, through sponsorships, pledges and donations at Sobeys' tills, the local BBBS has raised more than $18,000. Here, Jennifer Lawrie, right, teaches Gabe Hunter, 5, how to sweep a rock. (Barb McKay photo)


Skate Spectacular

The Kincardine Skating Club held its annual Skate Spectacular performance Friday evening at the Davidson Centre. A good crowd saw each club skater perform, including Emilio Colley Aquino, seen here. (Josh Howald photo)