Pilot project to divert excess food– Image 1

The Second Helpings pilot project was launched Thursday at Loyalist College

Pilot project to divert excess food

A new pilot project in Prince Edward-Hastings is attempting to tackle the ongoing issue of food insecurity in the region, and co-chair Steve...

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Don Martin, organizer of Saturday's gun and military show at the Havelock Legion, stands beside part of his Winchester riffle collection. Martin was extremely pleased with the large turnout the show attracted. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Havelock Legion Branch 389.

Packed house for Havelock gun show

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 389 in Havelock got a nice boost from gun and military memorabilia collectors and enthusiasts who flocked...

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The art of Jarko Zavi, at The Gates from May 3 to 19, will include his works from the late 1950s to the late 1980s.

The Gates opens next weekend with a special show

The Brighton Arts Council is getting ready for their third season at The Gates gallery starting next weekend with a special exhibit...

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These women cleaned up their soap making skills at a recent workshop held by The Abundance Project, one of several workshops brought to the community of Warkworth: from left, workshop participant Kim Watson

Instructor comes clean on making soap

What do beeswax, lamb fat and lye crystals have in common? These are just some of the ingredients used during a workshop taught by Susan...

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Colborne PS marching toward third drumline title– Image 1

Cassandra Bayes and other members of Colborne Public School's drumline performed two contemporary songs, Thrift Shop and Billionaire, at the Canadian Drumline Association Eastern Ontario Regional held April 17 at the Keeler Centre.

Colborne PS marching toward third drumline title

Colborne Public School's two-time provincial champion drumline will be looking to garner a third title next month and it's off to a good...

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Forestry, agriculture get Trillium boost– Image 1

Bancroft and Area Forestry Industry Association President Larry McTaggart (l) is congratulated by Prince Edward-Hastings MPP Todd Smith after revealing news of their successful bid for funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

Forestry, agriculture get Trillium boost

Several local forest and agricultural agencies will share in an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant of nearly $200,000, announced last week by...

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New capital campaign for Quinte Humane Society; $1.2 million needed fo– Image 1

Quinte Humane Society shelter dog Sookie (available for adoption) makes sure to cuddle up to Society community and fund development co-ordinator Cheryl Lepine during a photo at their 527 Avonlough Road location in Belleville Monday. The QHS is starting a new capital campaign later this year to build a brand-new facility.

New capital campaign for Quinte Humane Society; $1.2 million needed for construction of new facility for some 3,000 animals

The Quinte Humane Society (QHS) is looking to ditch their old and outdated facility once and for all, and this year are launching a new...

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Scavenger hunt a new addition to fundraising walk-a-thon– Image 1

Lorrie Cole and Dr. Bob Henderson were among the many walkers who completed the last lap on the Millennium Trail in the Bridge Hospice Walk-a-thon held in 2012. This year will mark the fourth year for the fund-raising event and it will take place Saturday, May 3.

Scavenger hunt a new addition to fundraising walk-a-thon

It's time to dust off those walking shoes and think about participating in the fourth annual Bridge Hospice Walk-a-thon. "There's something...

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An Open House was held at Quinte West city hall on April 10 for the public to review the Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw which applies to all lands in Quinte West. The new zoning will replace the four existing bylaws approved by the former municipalities of Trenton, Sidney, Frankford and Murray. Here Terry and Alice Dustin of Frankford get information on applying to sever a lot.

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Arlene Coculuzzi, executive director of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, poses with her daughter Giada, five, and Ryan Smith, 11, of Trenton at Club Medd on April 13, where 30 volunteers signed up for the annual Bowl for Kids Sake fund-raiser.

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Trenton Christian School, March 14: Front - Victoria, Peyton, Ashley, Miriam, Samantha. Back - Terrific Kids coordinator Bob Findlay.

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Bayside Elementary, March 14. Front - Ellen, Abbigail, Madison, Emma. Middle- Dominic, Katie, Paige. Back - Ray Northrup.

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St. Mary Catholic School, March 14. Front - Sydney, Gabriella, Ireland, Owen, Clare, Andrew, Lukian. Back - Charlotte, Alyson, Madison, Damien, Lena, Harmony, John Blasko.

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Batawa Sacred Heart, March 14. Front - Morgan, Devin, Zachary, Angelina. Back - Xavier, Colby, coordinator Paul Bowers.

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