Photo Gallery

A haircut for cancer

Morgan Colling, 8, holds up the hair she is donating to Locks of Love, which makes wigs for cancer patients. Colling, a Ripley Central School student, had her hair chopped off Friday afternoon at Dynamics hair salon in Kincardine. The hair is headed for the Continental Hair Program ofr Kids in Toronto.


Speech competition

Grade 2 student Patricia Dakin discusses Winnie the Pooh during her speech at Thursday's Speaking Shocase at Elgin Market Public School. The Showcase began Wednesday and parents and students filled the gym to hear each of the student's speak. (Kiel Edge photo)


Pucker up

Huron Heights principal Paul Hambleton was dressed in his finest clothes last Wedensday to make good ona promise he made to students. If the school sold 100 yearbooks, he agred to kiss a pig. After the students sold approximately 130, he puckered up with Petunia at a special assembly. (Kiel Edge photo)


Bowled over

The Kincardine Big Brothers and Big Sisters organization held its annual Bowl for Kids Sake event at the Bruce Bowling Lanes over the weekend. Huron Heights Public School was one of many groups to enter teams in the popular event. Student Anna Miller was one of the participants, as she closely watches a shot head down the land Saturday afternoon. The event raised $28,021. (Kiel Edge photo)


Flippin' flapjacks

Don Eyre flips pancakes as Kincardine United Church celebrates Shrove Tuesday with a pancake dinner. (Kiel Edge photo)


Winter Carnival fun

 

KTTPS student Delaney Evans pulls Louisa Matheson through an obstacle course at KTTPS' annual winter carnival. (Kiel Edge photo)


Sack attack

KTTPS' Tiernan Johnston tries to stay upright during a potato sack race Thursday afternoon at the school's annual winter carnival. (Kiel Edge photo)


Falling fountain

It appears it's not just people having a tough time dealing with the winter weather. The fountain in Victoria Park has been damaged by the wind and rope is being used to hold the fountain's upper portion to its base. The fountain should be repaired once the weather improves. (Kiel Edge photo)


Flapjack fan

Brent Scott of Ripley starts his morning off with a pancake Saturday at the Ripley Winter Carnival. (Katrina Stewart photo)


Nice ice

From left, sisters Sarah, Lauren, Emily and Hannah Cassidy put their creativity to use painting the Ripley Community Centre ice Saturday afternoon. (Katrina Stewart photo)