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Peaceful picket

 

Fight for $15 and Fairness and the Ontario Federation of Labour conducted an information picket over the lunch hour Friday at the Queen St., Kincardine, Tim Hortons. Organizations represented at the rally were Grey Bruce Labour Council, Power Workers of Ontario, Public Service Employees, Society of Energy Professionals and Nova Scotia General Employees. Shown (back) are Gary Franklin of the Power Workers Union, Kevin Smith representing the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) and the Grey Bruce Labour Council (he’s president), (front) Dave Trumble - vice-president of the Grey Bruce Labour Council, and Mike Dunn holding the Nova Scotia General Employees flag. For more details, pick up a copy of this week’s Kincardine Independent (Pauline Kerr photo)


Bulldog bursary

 

Hunter Robins-Gibbons is the recipient of one of two $500 bursaries presented by Ideal Supply. The presentation was made by Rob Lance just before the start of Friday night’s game at the Davidson Centre. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Ice jam

Unseasonably warm temperatures last week thawed ice on Lake Huron and forced it into the Penetangore River near the Queen Street bridge. (photo courtesy of Steve Small)


Enchanted forest

A fresh snowfall on Thursday morning created a breathtaking scene in Geddes Park and perfect conditions for a walk through Kincardine's trails. (Barb McKay photo)


A winning shot

A Kincardine Kinucks Peewee player moves the puck in close to score a goal in a Regional Silver Stick game against the Hanover Falcons Thursday afternoon at the Davidson Centre. The Kinucks won the game 2-0. (Photo courtesy of Steve Small)


Making the holidays merry

Volunteers with the Kincardine Community Services Association were hard at work in the basement of St. Anthony's Catholic Church on Saturday morning sorting new toys and non-perishable food items to be placed in Christmas hampers for families in need. Kincardine and District Secondary School Christmas Knights travelled around neighbourhoods in Kincardine collecting donations for the toy and food drive. (Barb McKay photo)


Is he here yet?

Sadie, Skye and Pharah Chisholm eagerly await Santa in the annual Kincardine Santa Claus parade Saturday night. (Pauline Kerr photo)


All I want for Christmas is...

One-year-old Hudson York is too little to tell Santa what he wants for Christmas, but Santa knows. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Kincardine Hometown Christmas

So soft
Little Kayley MacKay finds the donkey very soft to pet. The petting zoo also had camels and several other animals. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Spooky

These trick-or-treaters made a stop at Condor Books during the Kincardine BIA's Saturday Spooktacular. From left are Kaitlyn McCoy-Clavin, Max Hallay, Mason Hallay and Ivy Hallay. For more photos, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)