Chief’s coaches Jamie Arcand and Jason Hinze pose with Aaron and the winning cup at the 2018 Schmatz Cup Champions
Brother Andrew and mother Norma celebrate with Aaron after winning the 2018 ORR Division Championship.
Aaron and one of his fans, Brett, during the 2018 playoffs
Ontario Liberal leadership candidate Brenda Hollingsworth. was in Lakefield on Tuesday.
The Lakefield & District Lions Club continue to collect used eyeglasses in the village to honour their commitment to Helen Keller to help cure preventable blindness in the world. There are 5 drop off boxes located throughout the village - Extendicare Lakefield, Lakefield Foodland, Lakefield IDA, Lakefield Village Pharmacy, & Lakefield Vision Care. We accept used eyeglasses, lenses and sunglasses which are sent to a Lions Collection Centre in Montreal for sorting, grading and sterilizing. They are then shipped where needed at home or in third world countries. The club would like to thank everyone who has contributed and also thanks to the locations who display our drop off boxes.
Stephanie Bolton hosted her 10th annual girls day over the weekend. She first started holding these days as a way to get of the “January Blahs” and catch up with her friends after Christmas and New Years. It has since grown over the years and now Steph hosts a girls day for most everyone she knows out of her home with fun things such pedicures, sign making, psychics, Reiki, great food and even better company.
Colleen Rioux manager of the Lakefield IDA presented cheques to four local charities including Youth Unlimited, Lakefield Community Care, Cuddles for Cancer, and Lakefield Animal Welfare Society from the Hallmark Donation Tree fundraiser. Pictured above are Coleen from IDA, Chris Jones from Youth Unlimited, Lori Rork form Community Care, and Terri Hinds from IDA.
Almost 100 people came out to enjoy the ham and scalloped potato dinner - served on china plates, with real cutlery - that was held at the Lakefield Legion on Friday, January 10.
James White with Camp Kawartha, Hayley Goodchild with GreenUP, Bruce Kidd with GreenUP as well as a Warsaw resident, Shawn Brown with Trent University, Brittany Harding with GreenUP, and Jenn McCallum with GreenUP all working on the rain garden behind the municipal building in Warsaw.
Hayley Goodchild with GreenUP, Ayla Ray-Bolton a youth volunteer, Brittany Harding with GreenUP, and Jenn McCallum with GreenUP restoring the shoreline of the river by the Warsaw Arena.
Construction is under way at the Village Inn in Lakefield.
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