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Flying high

Kincardine's Spencer Montgomery catches some air Friday evening at the skate park at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)

Surf's up

Surfing conditions were ideal last Wednesday morning in Kincardine, and more than a dozen surfers were in the water at Station Beach. However, the West Shore Huron Surf Classic presented by Billabong was postponed due to calm lake conditions on the weekend. It has been pushed back, weather pending, to Aug. 23. (Josh Howald photo)


Braedy Collins, 20 months, of Kincardine was ready to walk the outdoor track at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine with a little help for Team Lynn Rosemary and Nancy at Kincardine's Relay For Life Friday night. The event raised more than $61,000 this year. For a full page of colour photos, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Sophie, 8, and Slade Twolan, 11, enjoy the meal at Point Clark's Cornfest celebrations Sunday afternoon in Point Clark. A good crowd turned out to enjoy the food, car show and live entertainment despite some rainy weather. (Josh Howald photo)

Wave riders

These surfers prepare to take the plunge off the end of the south pier last Wednesday in Kincardine, when high winds made conditions on Lake Huron ideal for surfing. More than a dozen surfers were in the water at Station Beach. (Josh Howald photo)

FIve alarm fun

There was more than good food to be found at Sunday's Firemen's Beef Barbeque at the Kincardine Fire Hall. These youngsters took advantage of the visit to check out the Municipality of Kincardine's fleet of fire trucks. Sitting for a photo are, from left, Adalee Turland, 5, Leylah King, 2, and Nolan King, 4. (Josh Howald photo)

Safe at first

Ty McQuillin, 6, of Kincardine just reaches first base as Ripley's Colban Liddle catches the ball. The Kincardine Rookie Ball #2 team hosted Ripley Saturday morning at Connaught Park. (Barb McKay photo)

Fly guys

Royal Canadian Air Cadet Dalls Frost of Whitby, left, flew in to the Kincardine airport Friday as part of a cross-country training exercise through the Waterloo-Wellington Flight Centre. A total of 18 cadets stopped and logged in at the Kincardine facility over the course of a week. Right is airport manager Blake Evans. (Barb McKay photo)

Paddling away the day

Stella Brown, 1, and sister Parker, 3, are having a great time on the lake with paddeboarder Pam Rantz of Kincardine during West Shore's Paddle 4 Purpose event at Station Beach on Saturday. The event was a fundraiser for Kincardine Big Brothers Big Sisters. (Barb McKay photo)

Tiverton family receives new Farm Family award

The Eby family was recognized by BMO and the Ontario Plowmen's Association at Bruce County's Farm Family, and could be named of of the top 10 Ontario farm families at the International Plowing Mtach in September. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)