Photo Gallery

Vying for the cup

Jim Pannell, left, and Al Mackay, are captains of the two teams that battled last week for the Marketplace Cup. The cup is an annual prize given at the end of Ainsdale Golf Course's men’s night season. (Kristen Shane photo)


Facing a tough crowd

The CEO of the South West Local Health Integration Network, Michael Barrett, front, along with John Van Bastelaar, a Port Elgin LHIN board member, back left, and the board’s chair, Norm Gamble, stand before a crowd of more than 300 people at last Monday night’s public meeting. (Kristen Shane photo)


Hill family takes part in Parkinson's walk to support one of their own

Jean Hill listens to the music of the Ten O'Clock Band in Victoria Park Sunday, awaiting the return of about 30 members of her family who participated in the Parkinson's SuperWalk. Hill, a Lucknow resident, has Parkinson's Disease. For the past five years, her children, grandchildren and other relatives have come from as far away as Guelph and Seaforth to camp overnight near her home and participate in the walk the next day. "I have a lot of support from my family," says Hill. "They all do the best they can." The Hill family was one of five teams that participated in the ninth annual Kincardine walk this year. (Kristen Shane photo)


First-rate flowers

Janet Shewfelt, left, and Teresa Perfrement look up from admiring the flower arrangements at the Kincardine and District Horticultural Society’s Flower Show and Tea Sept. 11. Top money winners were, from first to third place: Linda Farrell, Shirley Thomas and Lois Hunter. (Kristen Shane photo)


Super turnout for SuperWalk

About 60 participants in Kincardine's SuperWalk for Parkinson's Sunday afternoon brought in $19,281. It's the most money the Kincardine walk has raised yet, topping last year's count by more than $100. Co-ordinator Norma Kempers says this year's turnout was also strong, with 10 to 15 more walkers registered than in years past. Although clouds loomed heavy overhead, the weather held up for these walkers heading out from Victoria Park to complete either the two-kilometre or five-kilometre route. (Kristen Shane photo)


Kids having fun

A kid nibbles on the hand of 18-month-old Lindsay Horn Saturday morning at the Kincardine Fall Fair. The kid was popular with all the young children. For more fall fair photos, pick up this week's print edition.(Josh Howald photo)


Dog’s day out

Dogs jostle for a piece of a treat Linda Snyder of Kincardine feeds her pet, Ginger, front, at Saturday afternoon’s launch of the KinDOG Off-leash Dog Park, located along Bruce Avenue behind the soccer field and beside the cemetery. (Kristen Shane photo)


Pet appreciation

Julia Hallam, 9, of Kincardine plays with her chocolate lab Sydney at Saturday afternoon’s launch of the KinDOG Off-leash Dog Park. (Kristen Shane photo)


Marching en masse

Pipe bands came from as far as Orillia and Thorold to march in the annual mass band parade Saturday. Storm clouds, which had been brewing all day, opened up to drench the almost 200 pipers on their return trip down Queen Street. (Kristen Shane photo)


The soccer swing

Bennett Ford of the Kincardine Grey under-6 TimBts swings from the crossbar during his team's game against the Kincardine White TimBits Saturday morning. (Josh Howald photo)