News from around St. Marys.

Hospital Auxiliary donates “Triple Pump”

Pictured alongside the new Baxter Colleague 3 “Triple Pump” Monday were president of the Auxiliary Larry Beattie, hospital manager Jane Rundle, Dr. Chuck Gatfield, HPHA President and CEO Andrew Williams, Registered Nurses Frances Taylor and Marcy Taylor, and Personal Support Worker Katie McNaughton. By Dan Rankin Funding from the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has…

Browns annual charity euchre luncheon

The Browns Women’s Institute held their annual charity euchre luncheon on Saturday. Every year, the group donates half of the proceeds from the event to cancer research, and half to another locally-relevant, health-related charity. Institute president Liz Harrison, middle, is pictured presenting cheques for $500 each to Charlene Spector left, regional manager of South West,…

Ball hall looking to thank and recruit volunteers

Pictured above are Andrew North, Marie Stevens, Liz Benyon On Wednesday, April 20 the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum would like to thank its volunteers and recruit new ones with an evening of complimentary wings, and non-alcoholic beverages while tuning into the Toronto Blue Jays vs the Baltimore Orioles broadcast. The Hall’s plans…

St. Marys rink wins provincial tankard curling title

From left are St. Marys Curling Club members and 2016 Women’s Tankard Provincial Champs Laura Leitch, Kristin DeBrabandere, Catherine Wallis, Amie Shackleton, Charlene Haluk-McMahon, Melanie DeSchutter, Lindsay McLeod, and Christine Hinsperger. On Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10, a team of 8 curlers from the St. Marys Curling Club participated in the Ontario Curling…

New Director of Emergency Services/Fire Chief appointed

Starts May 6th On Tuesday, April 12, St. Marys Town Council officially appointed the Town’s new Director of Emergency Services/Fire Chief. Richard Anderson has been appointed to the position. Anderson will be joining the Town from the civilian fire department located at Canadian Forces Base Borden where he is currently in the role of Deputy…

Procedural By-Law for Town revised

No swans and maybe no winners on fire truck Town CAO Brent Kittmer presented a completely revised Procedural By-Law to the Committee of the Whole on Tuesday for consideration. Included in the recommendations are a proposed code of conduct for the Mayor and Councillors, a schedule for meetings, regulations for delegations and a question period,…