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Ralph Bangay, owner of Memory Junction Museum in Brighton, holds a piece of glass from a window in a rail car that was shattered one night last week. The museum on Maplewood Street has been the target of vandals in recent years.

Wings

Chief Warrant Officer Adam Hohner of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion Army cadet corps in Brighton said taking the four-week Basic Parachutist course was “one of the best experiences” he’s ever had.

SAME club

Nicola Toomath, a Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board teacher, holds up a photo of a group of students that her club, called SAME, is helping by fundraising to build a new school. She’s wearing a shawl called a Masai, a dress she says is commonly worn by people in the Same region of Tanzania.

Smooch the Pooch

Cathy Fisher, an evaluator with the Trent Hills Therapy Dog program, snuggles up to Sky, her Bernese mountain dog, at their Smooch the Pooch booth.

Daryl Kramp

Prince Edward-Hastings Member of Parliament Daryl Kramp speaks at a ceremony at the Belleville tourism kiosk on July 31, when senior government funding was announced for a Dundas Street infrastructure project.

Theatre sold

Trenton’s Centre Theatre Owners Joe and Carm Donato stand next to soon-to-be owners Hollie and Eric Gordon in front of the theatre’s canteen on August 1. From left: Joe Donato, Carm Donato, Hollie Gordon and Eric Gordon.

Bob Prentice

Bob Prentice sings Johnny Cash while playing his guitar at the Classic Country Music Reunion and Jamboree at Trenton’s Centennial Park on Thursday July 28.

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