GUELPH - The World’s largest Triathlon Series will be coming to Guelph Lake Conservation Area in Guelph on June 15 and June 16.
Local martial arts students were out in force last weekend as part of Rockwood's Pioneer Day parade.
Included are just a few of those helping at the recent ALS fundraiser in Arthur on June 8. In front: Sandra McFadden, Robin Vandeven and Donna Wright. In back: Chris Jarret, Josh Heiliger, Kyle Bodz, Jenn Erickson, Scott Veldhuizen, Patty Wright and Brad Bodz.
ARTHUR - Wellington North residents joined people from across Canada on June 8 for the annual Walk for ALS.
Paisley Schmidt, Trudy Matusinec, Kendall Cox, Addison Schmidt, Conner Schmidt and Mandy Jones take part in this year’s Walk for ALS in Wellington North on June 8.
The annual Partners With Purpose (PWP) golf tournament is set to tee off on June 23 at the Fergus Golf Course.
GUELPH - The Southern Ontario Amazing Race (SOAR) may be over, but the fundraising impact the event generated will go a long way to help the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington.
WELLINGTON CTY. - The author of an anthropological study on recreational hunting in Wellington County is calling for more dialogue throughout the community on the value of hunting to local rural heritage.
MOUNT FOREST - The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life is defined as a celebration of survival - and that is exactly what the Wellington Heights Relay For Life was about on June 7.
Teams took part in the Relay for Life event held at Wellington Heights Secondary School in Mount Forest last Friday, raising more than $33,000. Cole Rooney, Andrew Stewart and Joel Harman.
Coltin Cudney, Ian Bridgwater, Madison Connors and Shea Reaman, below, teamed up for the recent Relay for Life fundraiser in Mount Forest last weekend.
The Fergus Elora and District Soccer (FEDS) U-10 boy team opened its 2013 season recently with a pair of games at the University of Guelph. The boys played their cross-county rivals Kitchener and Waterloo in a pair of afternoon games, keeping in step with the larger-centre teams.
ELORA - The Elora Mohawks Jr. B Lacrosse Team lost one of its cherished members this past February to suicide. In honour of Steven Hutchison, the club will be hosting a two-hour skills clinic run by the players, as well as a barbecue and mental health awareness talk.
Hilary Blackett and Nate Martin of Fergus represented the University of Guelph Alumni Team during the Gender Blender event, an ultimate frisbee tournament held at various venues throughout Centre Wellington from May 31 to June 2. The event included 40 teams competing in a weekend of sport and fun.
The 2013 Drayton Ball Hockey League had 57 participants ranging in ages from five to 12. The program was eight weeks long and ran from April to May.
PALMERSTON - The More family, including four-year old Jasper, and a team of dedicated family and friends travelled to Ottawa to participate in the annual race weekend on May 25.
The Superstars Baton Club competed in Stratford at the annual Festival City Twirl Competition recently. Approximately 60 athletes from St Mary’s, Hamilton, Arthur, Fergus, Oshawa, Richmond Hill, Brampton and Kitchener gathered for the day long competition.
GUELPH - Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph (HFHWDG) is looking forward to their 7th annual Chipping in for Habitat for Humanity Golf Tournament set for Sept 9.