News from around St. Marys.

DCVI Boys Volleyball

Hayden Moore, centre, of the DCVI Senior Boys Volleyball Team sends up a pass during a match in St. Marys against Central Huron on Tuesday afternoon. The Senior Team was able to defend its home turf, winning its first two regular season league matches in straight sets. DCVI first beat Central Huron 2-0 (25-8, 25-16)…

Holy Name of Mary Family Dance

On Thursday, Sept. 22, Holy Name of Mary School hosted a Family Dance Night at Prospect Hill Campground. Diversions included snacks, a silent auction and a DJ spinning tunes, but earlier in the evening the kids were more interested in the playground equipment. Pictured on a rather jam-packed see-saw are, from left, Isabella Mills, Mae…

2016 River Road Run held Sunday

Over 230 athletes lined up under sunny skies on Water Street South in St. Marys last Sunday for the 2016 River Road Run. There were 124 people ranging in age from 1 to 67 finishing the 3 km run either on foot or in a stroller. Eleven-year-old Kelly Mantel of Princeton placed first with a…

Lystek to Market LysteGro Biofertilizer for St Marys

Award-winning, biosolids and organics solutions firm, Lystek International Inc. (Lystek) and the Town of St Marys have entered into a formal agreement that will see Lystek look after all marketing and sales of LysteGro, the Class A quality, federally registered, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) biofertilizer product produced at the town’s Wastewater Resource Recovery Center. …

Damen’s sold, Robby Smink to open “CELEBR8”

“I’m back in the entertainment business where I belong,” says Robby Smink. He recently announced his purchase of Damen’s Restaurant from Burt Damen, who owned the old Post Office building for 28 years. “I’m going to use my almost 30 years of experience in the bar/restaurant/entertainment business to give St Marys the entertainment party place…

Lincs get assist from Council

$10,800 grant approved The St. Marys Lincolns were granted their request for support from Town Council on Tuesday after a presentation from President Brandon Boyd and Treasurer Stewart Grant. Boyd told Council that the Lincolns have operated continuously for 60 years and are the second-longest operating Junior B club in Ontario, after the Waterloo Siskins.…