This year’s event will be held on January 27 and lead organizer Stanley Pecoskie says that on top of being able to fit more people, there are benefit to holding the games at the Round Lake Recreation Complex. Hot chocolate, hot dogs, doughnuts, shanty tea and fire roasted bologna sandwiches are all free.
No one was hurt but it did destroy a garage and apartment in Round Lake. Killaloe Hagarty, Richards township Fire Chief, Bob Gareau, says they got the call around 3:30 pm. 17 firefighters from his fire department with the aid of six fire fighters from North Algona Wilberforce battled the blaze with six apparatus on scene. There were no hydrants near by so they had to pump water from a port-a-tank. He explains what they encountered when they arrived on scene.
Mack Wilson, President of Wilson Investments and M. Wilson Home Development expired Sunday at age 79. He is remembered by Dave Lemkay, of the Renfrew Industrial Commission, who had known Wilson since the early 1970s. Lemkay says a simple look at aerial photos of the community over time will show Mack Wilson’s impact clearly. Wilson was a philanthropist who looked forward to the opportunities the impending four-laning of Highway 17 will bring for the Town of Renfrew.
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Selecting a term
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