Photo Gallery

Fore CLKD!

Emily Jolley of Areva tees off on the first hole Wednesday at the Community Living Kincardine and District golf tournament at Ainsdale Golf Course. Areva made a alrge donation to CLKD at the tourney, which was filled to capacity. (Josh Howald photo)

Missed a spot!

Mackenzie Deer gets her car cleaned up by firefighter Seamus Small at the car wash fundraiser run by the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Departrment in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters Kincardine and District. (Barb McKay photo)

Through the garden gate

Scott and Darlene Stevens showed off their Olde Victoria Street backyard during Sunday's Through the Garden gate tour, sponsored by the Kincardine and District Horticultural Society. The Stevens had more than 100 people check out their lovely gardens in a four-span on Sunday. Their home was one  of nine stops on this year's tour. (Josh Howald photo)

Follow me!

The Kincardine Scottish proudly marches down Queen Street during the Saturday night parade during the weekend's Scottish Festival and Highland Games in Kincardine. For a full page of colour photos, don’t miss this week’s print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

McFadden invited to under-18 camp

By Josh Howald

Kincardine's Garrett McFadden is one of 43 players in the country invited to attend Canada's National under-18 summer selection camp in Calgary.

"It's pretty exciting," said McFadden, who recently returned to town following the completion of his secondary school year in Guelph.

His Guelph Storm was defeated in the championship game of the Memorial Cup tournament by the WHL's Edmonton OilKings after cruising through the rest of the tourney undefeated.

"It is nice to be home," said the defenceman on Friday. "It's the longest season I have ever been a part of."

Rare Caddy

Bill and Brian Spence of Kincardine admire Steve Plunket's 1949 Coupe de Ville at Drift In Cruise Night Friday in downtown Kincardine. The Cadillac is an original prototype and the only one in existence. (Barb McKay photo)

Happy Canada Day!

Mary Bowman, 3, of Cambridge had the Canada Day spirit as she gets ready to ride in the children's bike rodeo near the Point Clark Lighthouse on the weekend. The rodeo was one of several activities, including a fireworks display, organized by the Huron Shores Lions Club. (Barb McKay photo)

Return of the Scottish

The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band kicked off a 66th consecutive season of Saturday night parades on the weekend. A large crowd turned out, and got ideal weather, for the first march of the year. You can catch the parade every Saturday night until the end of August. (Josh Howald photo)

Owen-ed the event

Owen Bender won the senior boys high jump at the Bruce-Grey Catholic School Board elementary school track and field championships last week at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. Bender, a student at Holy Family School in Hanover, jumped 1.67-m to win the event. (Josh Howald photo)

Bustin' a move

KTTPS held its Spring Arts Concert last Tuesday. Here, students from Sarah Bishop's JK/SK class show off some hip hop dance moves. From left, Ashlyn Holroyd, Avery Boulton, Gabriella Willsack, Craig Walkert and Kyla Collins. (Barb McKay photo)