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Letter: Aim carefully

With all the sexual harassment problems in the workforce, why not promote more women to be CEOs and managers?

A Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia "little" helped kick off the Curl for Kids Sake event earlier this year at Barnfield Point Recreation Centre. (SUBMITTED)

Time to curl for the kids

As the season rings in snow and cold weather, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia is asking residents of the area to wipe off the dust from...

A memorable Gathering

The highlight of last weekend’s Gathering, a two-day affair of music and dance at St. Paul’s Centre, was the performance of the Hilario Duran Trio.

 Members of the Orillia Hawks senior C ladies hockey team, which won the 2017 title at the Barrie Sharkfest, include coaches Jamie Robinson, Ken Lacroix, trainer Brittney Croiser, Haylee Lawlor, Katie Zubrickas, Kayla Lacroix, Jasper Thomson, Danielle Jeffreys, Brittney Bince, Laura Kennedy, Betsy Maus, coach Jeff Rae, Carly Marshall, Cora Shilling, coach Ron Robinson, Robin Root, Layne Lampshire, Carly Turner, Crystal Ferguson, Mikayla Rae, Jessi Cranney and Gabby Mondelli. (SUBMITTED)

Hawks sink Sharks

The Orillia Hawks senior C ladies hockey team went undefeated at the recent Barrie Sharkfest.

Sean Palmer (left) of the St. Peter’s Panthers tries to get around a St. Thomas Aquinas Stingers player in their semifinal game during the Basketball Tip-Off Tournament held at Barrie’s St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School on Saturday. The Stingers prevailed, 78-43. St. Thomas Aquinas, based in Tottenham, faced Barrie’s St. Joseph’s Jaguars in the final, with the Jags coming out on top, 81-41. In the junior final, St. Thomas Aquinas was up against Orillia’s Patrick Fogarty Flames. The Stingers won the junior championship, 58-51. KEVIN LAMB/PHOTO

Stingers advance to finals

Sean Palmer (left) of the St. Peter’s Panthers tries to get around a St. Thomas Aquinas Stingers player during the Basketball Tip-Off Tournament.

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