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Friday. Mar. 24, 2017

The Cup runneth over!


Ken Tasker, of Greely, and his six-month-old daughter Poppy pose for a photo with the Stanley Cup during Hometown Hockey event at TD Place in Ottawa on Sunday (March 19). The Cup was in town at various events last week as the NHL celebrated the game as a part of an announcement for an outdoor game, which will be played in the city in December.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Local agrifood producers struggling under province’s new policies Owner Bob Mitchell stocks tomatoes inside the Sun Tech store on Doyle Rd. in Manotick. Mitchell says his tomatoes are at least 30 per cent more expensive to buy than Mexican tomatoes mainly due to outrageous hydro prices, which makes all his products more expensive to produce.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Wall of Inspiration
Manotick’s Tommy Glatzmayer, shown with his sister Melanie and a number of friends, was inductesd into the City of Ottawam and dinnen is a visible reminder to residents and visitors of the enduring commitment that these individuals and organizations have made to Ottawa.
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Young local actors take on lead roles in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The young actors in The Greely Players’ upcoming musical production of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer are tricked into thinking that work is fun.  Left to right: Holly Currie (Osgoode) as Becky Thatcher , Carter Screaton, Emma Verheul, Kate McEwen and Henry Freeth of Greely, Eric Currie (Osgoode), Max Dillabough (Barrhaven); Jake Hamilton as Tom Sawyer (Greely), Hayden Chesser as Huck Finn (Embrun) and William Corbett as Sid Sawyer (Manotick). Tom Sawyer is presented March 29th – April 2nd; 7:30pm and 2pm weekend matinees, at the Greely Community Centre. Tickets are $20; $15 child/senior. For tickets, visit www.greelyplayers.ca or call 613-702-6448.
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In the News

St. Mark Honour Roll student juggles her passions for dance and rugby

Emily Beacom is a student leader at St. Mark. She has been involved in a number of clubs and activities while excelling in the classrrom.
Phill Potter photo
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Large contingent of family and friends cheer on Manotick brothers
Will and Sam Bitten of Manotick posed for a pre-game photo before facing off in the OHL for the first time. It was the first time in their lives that Will, a member of the Hamilton Bulldogs, and Sam, a rookie with the Ottawa 67s, had ever played against each other.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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