Centennial Place Vaccine Administration to Start this Week

In mid-January, positive COVID tests in an asymptomatic resident and a staff member with mild symptoms forced the long-term care home into a Breakout designation. After further testing of all residents and staff, it was determined that the resident test was a false-positive results with the same likely true for… Continue reading

Community Rallies in Support of Another Young Cancer Patient

This fall, a Crestwood Secondary student in our community named Wyatt received another cancer diagnosis after beating the disease in elementary school. Word travelled as it does in a small, caring community like ours and people are bringing their cash and talents to support Wyatt and his family in a… Continue reading

Finding the Light in COVID’s Darkness

Feeling anxious or depressed? You are not alone! COVID-19 is taking a toll on both our physical and mental wellbeing, and we are still months away from a vaccine roll-out. A survey of Canadians aged 15 years and older done during the first wave of COVID-19 found that just over… Continue reading

KMs for Care 2020 Winners

Kms for Care 2020 – Top Team – Congratulations to the “Havelock Hunnies”! All the pledges are counted.  By $100, the Havelock Hunnies earned the top team pledge earners in the recent Kms for Care, raising $3,180 to support programs in Havelock. Stayed tuned: we will announce the top 3… Continue reading

New IDA Opens in Bethany

After months of planning, permissions and renovations, a new IDA drugstore opened in Bethany a few weeks ago. It will be operated by members of the Pervaiz family, originally from Pakistan.  Zahid is moving from a pharmacy in Scarborough to open his own pharmacy in Bethany.  His wife is a… Continue reading

Harvest Community Park Closes in on Fundraising Goal for Phase 2

In July, the Harvest Community Park was open for play.  With an aggressive budget of $185,000, the project was not without its challenges, but the congregation of Millbrook Christian Assembly remained steadfast in their plans to create a play facility in the west end of town that was accessible to… Continue reading

Keep It Beautiful

A short walk on the popular Medd’s Mountain loop, next to the millpond, reveals graffiti on trees, toilet paper just steps off the trail, and the ever-present discarded dog poo bags. The forest floor appears trampled in some areas as inquisitive wanderers repeatedly head off-trail to explore the same curious… Continue reading

CMCC Begins to Re-Open October 13th

Last month, Council approved a two-phased re-opening approach for the Cavan Monaghan Community Centre. On October 13th, the ice surface and walking track will re-open by appointment only for Phase One.  In Phase 2, bookings for the additional facilities including the Community Hall, Studio Room, Meeting Room and Overlook Room… Continue reading