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Fri. July 14, 2017

Manotick celebrates Canada’s 150th with opening of Remembrance Park

Local dignitaries and volunteers stand behind veteran Arthur Buss (seated) following the unveiling of the statue at the new Manotick Remembrance Park on Sun., July 2. 
Jeff Morris photo
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Josh Avery of the Knights of Valour salutes the crowd during the jousting exhibition at the Osgoode Medieval Festival Sunday. For more photos and coverage of the medieval festival, visit our Facebook page and watch for the August 4 issue of the Rideau Osgoode Packet.
Jeff Morris photo
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There is nothing like a selfie at the Osgoode Canada Day Parade! In back are Rhiannon Francis, Andrea Morency and Alex Conrod, while in front are Hayden Frnacis, Emma Conrod and Scott Morency. For more Osgoode Canada Day photos, be sure to visit our Facebook Page and watch for the August 4 issue of the Rideau Osgoode Packet.
Jeff Morris photo
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Boys of Summer
The Manotick U9 boys softball team celebrated the end of the season with a silver medal after having lost just two games throughout their regular season.  From the left are Rocco, Finn, Ayden, Micaiah, TJ, Aiden, Misha, Troy, Percy, Cameron and Owen.  Coaches from the left are David Svab, Nick Morabito and Head Coach Dan White.
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In the News

St. Mark grad headed to Carleton to study Neuroscience and Mental Health

St. Mark graduate Lily Miles will be headed to Carleton University in the fall.
Phill Potter photo
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St. Mark's grad sets personal best, wins gold, at Canadian track championships
Larrisa Brown (right) and her guide Andrew Heffernan runs the 100m para sprint during the Canadian Track and Field Championships in Ottawa, Wednesday, July 5, 2017. The visually impaired teen hit the finish line in a personal best time of 13:34 seconds.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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