A Virtual Book Launch for Janet Stobie’s New Book

Janet Stobie is launching a new book this month called Breakthrough Moments. It’s her second short story collection for adult readers and is divided into occasions- some religious and some secular, like Mother’s Day.  Each segment begins with a scripture passage, followed by a story designed to clarify and bring… Continue reading

Local Entrepreneur Builds a Business with a Social Conscience

How would you like to purchase some cozy, colourful Christmas gifts that support the local economy as well as artisans abroad who are sustaining ancient local traditions while sustaining their families?  Alpaca Sweaters and More is your source. Amy Dechaine grew up in Ecuador with her Canadian mother and Ecuadorian… Continue reading

First Full-Length Album for Local Singer-Songwriter, Peter Graham

Peter Graham is releasing his first full-length album this month entitled Despite Where We’ve Been. It’s a collection of alternative folk and country songs featuring strong vocals and concise lyrics supported by the collective efforts of established musicians. His first EP entitled Nowhere in Tacoma released in 2017, received airplay… Continue reading

Cavan-Monaghan Transfer Station

It’s always fun at the Cavan Monaghan Transfer Station with Scott and Tom.  To keep us all in the Hallowe’en spirit, Scott and Tom created a scary creature with found materials.  Go check it out!  And on a personal note, these two gentlemen are always so positive and helpful when… Continue reading

Millbrook’s Ryan Gregory on WildTV

Former Millbrook resident Ryan Gregory is now a host and producer of a sports action series called Fish ‘N the Arctic, which began airing this week on specialty channel WildTV.   His fishing career began at age two at the Millbrook Lions’ Fishing Derby, and he never looked back.  He is… Continue reading

Isaiah Jalsevic: Furniture Maker

Eleven-year old Isaiah Jalsevac is selling furniture he is building in his garage.  Don’t worry, his father John operates the power saw, but Isaiah does the rest.  On occasion he has been known to let a younger sibling help with the painting, but to be frank, he’d rather not.  He… Continue reading

Centennial Place Resident Gerald Coady Receives Special Service Medal for Military Service

The presentation was originally scheduled for March 14th, but COVID had other plans.  Unaware of the pending honours, Gerald (Gerry) Coady was unperturbed, but others around him were disappointed. On June 24th, Gerry’s son Kevin Coady, a former reservist and retired police officer, and David Rumball, a former captain in… Continue reading