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Smart art

The Grade 4 class at KTTPS welcomed a special guest Wednesday as Bruce Power CEO Duncan Hawthorne presented a pair of awatds to members of the class. Each year, Bruce Power holds an elementary school art contest to design its Christmas card. This year, the winner was KTTPS' Ivah Guy, who earned an art set and $500 for school art supplies. Second place was her classmate Lauren Andrews. Hawthrone, middle posed with Guy, left, and Andrews while holding a framed copy of the winning design. (Kiel Edge photo)


Pulling it together

Students pound on teachers at annual sfaff-student hockey game

Staff coach Dan Martin shows Peter teachers Peter Wolfe, left, and Keith Colley what the defence pair had been doing wrong during the third period of the KDSS staff-student hockey game. It was to no avail, however, as the students prevailed 11-6. (Josh Howald photo)


Kelly Gruber visits Kincardine

Kelly Gruber was pouring the Steelback Thursday afternoon at the Kincardine Royal Canadian Legion Branch #183. The two time gold-glover was in town for a few days with Ian MacDonald, Steelback CEO. From left, MacDonald, Legion member Jimmy Wade and Legion Branch #184 president Gord Wilkinson pose for a photo. For more on Gruber's visit, read this week's In the Slot...(Josh Howald photo)


Snowy parade

Members of the Kincardine Community Concert Band were bundled up Saturday night trying to keep warm during the Santa Claus Parade. Ray Kester managed to hit all the right notes while battling the driving snow. Snow was the main theme of the weekend, with squalls and wind closing area highways Friday, Saturday night and Sunday. (Kiel Edge photo)


Cold night, hot dog

Elizabeth Suxton is all smiles as she beats the cold with a bite of hot dog in Victoria Park Saturday night. Children of all ages gathered in the park for chili, hot chocolate, hot dogs and a chance to meet Santa. (Kiel Edge photo) 


Warming up their pipes

The Kincardine Community Singers were gearing up for their annual performance last Wednesday night at Knox Presbyterian Church. In the back is Orrie Gingrich. Front , left, Lisa Kordyjaka and Deb Marks. (Josh Howald photo)


Santa comes to town

Santa Claus gets a hand as he gets off his emergency transportation Sunday night in Ripley. (Josh Howald photo)


Snowy ride

It wasn't all work for Kincardine's residents after the weekend's snow fall. Three-year-old Casey Beisel took advantage of the fresh powder by sledding with her brother Jordan Saturday morning. (Kiel Edge photo)


A warm treat

Friday night's rain and cool temperatures didn't stop Mikaela, 6, and Mitchell Hackett, 3, from enjoying Kincardine's Home Town Christmas. Cups of hot chocolate helped the pair keep warm. (Kiel Edge photo)


Santa smiles

Catherine and Keira Hazzard  have a face-to-face meeting with Santa Claus during Friday night's Home Town Christmas in Kincardine. (Kiel Edge photo)