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by Margaret Knott
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August 22, 2012
W.I. Community Centre Board offers Family Ball Tournament "Picture" Opportunity

Wolfe Island’s Community Centre Board invited Todd Muller, a professional photographer to take pictures of all of the teams, plus more, at this year’s Family Ball Tournament held recently. They are now available....

To view and obtain prints, please contact Todd Muller Photography at:
toddmullerphotography

Posted by M Knott at 09:06 AM
August 18, 2012
TOWN HALL MEETINGS

Don't forget the Town Hall Meeting scheduled for today, Saturday, Aug. 18th at Wolfe Island United Church Hall from 2 to 4 pm.

The meeting is being held to give the public (especially at this time summer residents) the opportunity to ask questions of Council or make requests outside of a regular council meeting.

A similar Town Hall meeting will be held on Howe Island, Thurs. Aug. 23rd,
St. Philomena's Parish Hall at 6:30 pm in conjunction with the HI Ratepayers Association's AGM

Posted by M Knott at 09:36 AM
August 08, 2012
Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed in the County of Frontenac

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed the
presence of the emerald ash borer (EAB) in the County of Frontenac. The discovery was made at a private campground near the town of Mountain Grove in Central Frontenac Township.
The EAB is a highly destructive invasive beetle. It was confirmed as present in Canada in the summer of 2002. The beetle is metallic green in colour and approximately 0.5 inch long.
Movement restrictions, which prohibit the movement of all ash materials and all species of firewood from the affected site, have been put in place by the CFIA.
The CFIA will survey the area during the coming weeks and properties where EAB is deemed to be present will be regulated to prevent ash materials from being moved. Further regulatorymeasures will be considered once all survey work has been completed for the year.
EAB is established in several areas of Canada and can spread rapidly if it is moved by people.
For more information visit the Frontenac County website.

Posted by M Knott at 06:49 PM
August 01, 2012
Welcome Home for the Wolfe Island Family Ball Tournament

The Pan Cake Breakfast Saturday Morning Aug.4th is in support of the WI Community Medical Clinic
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Posted by M Knott at 03:48 PM