Photo Gallery

Yes you Can!

Karyn Semple shows off her summer's work, 20 painted garbage canse, stacked at Connaught Parkk last week. This is Semple's second year painting cans for the municipality. She was paid $75 per can. The program is supported by a $2,000 grant from the municipality.


A walk in the park

Alexis Whitwoth, 8, and her Boston Terrier, Oreo, brave the wet weather to walk in the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Friends for Life Walk-a-thon Sunday morning.


Hay!

Jonathan Caldecott, 11, puts all his effort into tossing a bale of hay during the afternoon activities at SaturdayÆs Fall Fair. Hay bale rolling and throwing were among the many activities in Connaught Park.

 


Kincardine Fall Fair

Kincardine Fall Fair committee member Bessie Farrell pins a grand champion ribbon on Joanne Farrell's quilt during exhibit judging at the Fall Fair Friday afternoon. (Kiel Edge photo)


Back to the Books

New Elgin Market student Courtney Gowland does some counting while checking out her new classroom. Gowland and other new Kindergarten students toured the school last Thursday night during orientation exercises. (Kiel Edge photo)


Hustle

Blake Underwood looks for a loose puck under Mount Forest goaltender Brad Unruh, while Pats defenceman Brad Booth tries to move him from the crease. Underwood scored the game winning goal in a shootout as Kincardine beat Mount Forest 5‑4. (Josh Howald photo)


Nice Play

Cassidy Murray-Culmer makes a nice play to stop Curtis Chapleau of Ripley Green Acres during the first half of the under-8 championship game Saturday afternoon. The Green Acres squad edged out Kincardine McDonalds 4-3 to claim the league title. (Josh Howald photo)


Humming in the Rain

Trying to stay dry through Saturday night's massed pipe band parade were, from left, Deb Leyden, Bob Ward, Glenna Hannah and Norma Ward. Spirits were the only thing not dampened at the Saturday night parade. (Josh Howald photo)


Survivor

Cancer survivor Wendy Betts holds her son Myles as they round the Davidson Centre track during the Survivors Victory Lap Friday night. The lap kick­started Kincardine's third annual Relay for Life. (Kiel Edge photo)

 

 


Cruisin'

Kai gets cruisin'
Kai Schwindt, 4, gets the feel of the steering wheel in a 1968 Mustang. The car was one of many on display during the 18th annual Point Clark Cornfest Saturday evening. (Kiel Edge photo)