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Fri. August 16, 2019

The Nepean Eagles and South Gloucester Raiders Mosquito football teams battled Saturday during the NCAFA Tyke-Mosquito Youth Football Jamboree in Kanata. The event featured all of the National Capital Amateur Football Association teams in the Tyke (7-9) and Mosquito (10-11) age divisions playing half hour mini-games throughout the day. For more photos on the event, visit the Manotick Messenger Facebook Page.
Jeff Morris photo
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Capital Fair at Rideau Carleton Raceway begins Aug. 16
Ottawa country band Ladies and Escorts are a headline act at the Capital Fair, Aug. 16-26 at Rideau Carleton Raceway.
Facebook photo
Facebook photo
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‘Unbirthday party’ a special event
for kids often left out

Crafts, games and activities were a big part of the “unbirthday party” at Larkin Park.
Charlie Senack photo
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Stonebridge residents presented plan concerning golf course future

Stonebridge residents packed the gymnasium at St. Joseph High School to hear Mattamy’s new plan for the future of the golf course and the planned construction which will lead to the modification of the course.
Charlie Senack photo
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In the News

OTHS student a provincial and national broomball champion

Jaime Burnett is a provincial and national broomball champion.
Phil Potter photo
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Sooners win Ontario Provincial Football League Bantam final
Jack Gillis of the Ottawa Sooners Varsity team (34) led the OPFL in tackles in 2019. Gillis, a North Gower native, grew up playing in the Nepean Redskins/Nepean Eagles youth football program.
 Wanda Keenan photo
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