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Today's date: Monday May 29, 2017 Vol 50 Issue 21
   
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Rental fee waived for Puslinch fastball team

ABERFOYLE - Puslinch council is waiving the rental fee for the Puslinch men’s fastball team to host two games against the Team Ontario U21 men’s fastball team on July 22 at the Aberfoyle baseball diamond.

Special Olympics Track and Field meet

Special Olympics Track and Field meet

LEFT: Break time - The two competitors from Aberfoyle Public School, Emma Munro, left, and Bronte Devries take a break for lunch during the Special Olympics Track and Field meet at St. James Catholic High School on May 17. RIGHT: Big throw - Thomas Ryan, a Grade 11 student from Wellington Heights Secondary School in Mount Forest, competed in the shot put competition at the Special Olympics Track and Field meet at St. James Catholic High School on May 17. This is Ryan’s third time competing.

Rockwood FC donates $20,000 to township

Rockwood FC donates $20,000 to township

BRUCEDALE - Rockwood FC has donated $20,000 towards the new Rockmosa Park in Rockwood.

BBBS North Wellington host golf tournament

MOUNT FOREST - Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Wellington is holding its Golf for Kids Sake Tournament on June 24 at 1pm at the Mount Forest Golf Club.

Special Olympics Track and Field

Special Olympics Track and Field

Brandon Greer of Minto-Clifford Public School in Harriston takes off during the 200m race at the Special Olympics Track and Field competition at St. James Catholic High School in Guelph on May 17. About 600 athletes with developmental and/or physical disabilities, along with 600 peer mentors and 200 volunteers, took part in the day-long sporting event. Elementary and secondary school athletes from both the Wellington Catholic District School Board and the Upper Grand District School Board participated. Photo by Jaime Myslik

Badminton Club

Badminton Club

Maryborough Public School had a huge turnout for Badminton Club this year. The younger students partner with an older student and learn the skills of serving/returning, etc.

Crash

Crash

Casey Soehner, third from left, of Maryborough Public School in Moorefield, bowls during the Special Olympics Track and Field meet at St. James Catholic High School on May 17.
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