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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, February 20, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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BACK HOME ‘FOR GOOD’: Scott Rudy is the Township’s new Ward 2 Councillor and serves as treausrer for the Tavistock Braves Jr. C hockey club.

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Back Home ‘for Good’: Scott Rudy
  • Be My Little Valentine … Tavistock Pre-School
  • Junior Kindergarten Info Night planned
  • Anna P. Lewis W.I. donates ‘Books, Blankets & Bears’ to Fire Dept.
  • CBD sales illegal
  • Convention Copy … Ag Society OAAS
  • Stag & Doe: A prenuptial tradition (Embro Theatre)
  • The Departed: Martin Blikman, Irene Warris (Zehr)
  • Love Songs at High Noon: Blain McCutchen phonographs
  • In the News: Gail Yantzi, Patti McKay, Lyndsay Morrison
  • Letter: Fire threatens Ken Nicklas home in Australia
  • Kindred Credit to donate $20,000 in support of WEW
  • Tavistock Men’s Bonspiel
  • Firemen’s Family Skate
  • Royals ousted in four by Clinton
  • Braves face Paris Mounties in semi-finals
  • Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Midget LL

 

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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, February 13, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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A LITTLE TLC: Colleen Zehr provides personalized and private in-home services for seniors in our area.

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• Other stories in this week’s edition:
• A Little TLC: Colleen Zehr
• Horticultural Society: Digging into our history
• Ag Society installs 2019-20 executive
• Celebrating 122 years of Institute
• Wedding: Sarah Wettlaufer and Chris Bewhey
• 60th Anniversary: Eric and Dorothy Bickle
• Janet Heinbuch receives AG Society Award
• SEH employees support fire prevention with unique bears
• TPS students celebrate 100 days of school
• 4-H Pancake Days set
• New funding for Autism
• Scotiabank supports United Way
• Royals trail Radars 2-0
• Braves eliminate Delhi; await semi-final opponents
• Minor Hockey – Bantam Reps, Midget Reps
• A Trip Down Memory Lane – February 17, 1999:
– Celebrate 100 Days of School

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, February 6, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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50 YEARS WITH MARTIN MILLS: Robert Weicker retired in January after 50 years working with the Martin Mills family. For the whole story, pick up a newspaper at your local Tavistock retailer or at the Gazette office – or better yet – subscribe for just $46 a year – and save $15.25 off the counter price.


Other stories in this week’s edition:

 

  • 50 years with Martin Mills
  • Speed and Safety concerns to de discussed at EZT Council
  • Oxford County launches new Community Services Network
  • Engagement: Kayla Dionne and Jake Straus
  • Wedding: Larissa Brodrecht and Eric Nicholls
  • New interim principal at Tavistock school
  • Oxford seeks citizens for Accessibility Advisory Committee
  • The Departed: Daisy Pines, Gary Wright, Jim Kalbfleisch, Kathryn Dingwell
  • Ladies Sit and Knit, Stay and Crochet for local/world relief
  • EZT Councillors comment on government review
  • Gazette around the Globe: Rev. Mary Stewart and Brian Boland in Abu Dhabi
  • Braves earn Regular Season Awards
  • Braves up two games on Delhi Travellers
  • Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Atom Reps, Bantam Reps

 

  • A Trip Down Memory Lane – February 5, 1986:
    – Public School holds Winter Carnival

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, January 30, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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COMMUNITY SERVICE CONTINUES: Margaret Lupton offers her experience of 27 years on Zorra Township Council to serve as a Ward 1 Councillor in East Zorra-Tavistock. For the whole story, pick up a newspaper at your local Tavistock retailer or at the Gazette office – or better yet – subscribe for just $46 a year – and save $15.25 off the counter price.


Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Community Service Continues (Margaret Lupton, Ward 1 Councillor)
  • Braves, Royals head into playoffs
  • Break-in at Shakespeare antique shop
  • Medical Mission Trip to the Dominican (Charlene and Julie Kropf)
  • New secretary at Tavistock School (Jessica Benedict)
  • The Departed: Helene Purdy, Bryon Brooks
  • Huntingford Ladies plan upcoming events
  • Blowing snow … (Ron O’Rourke)
  • Pete the Cat visits TPS Family Literacy Night
  • Barn demolition making way for new subdivision
  • Community 4-H Club begins session on ‘Trash to Treasure’
  • Braves finish in first place
  • Royals await playoff matchup
  • Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Atom Reps, Bantam Reps

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, January 23, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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THE LAST PAGE: Hannah Van Boekel served as a Legislative Page at Queen’s Park in Toronto in December, following in the footsteps of her two elder brothers, Jacob and Greg.

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • The Last Page: Hannah Van Boekel, Legislative Page
  • Canada Agriculture Day, February 12th
  • Are we headed for regional government?
  • Maples menu boards made
  • Tavistock Crokinole Club meets
  • The Departed: Bintje “Betty” Elzinga
  • Men’s Club approves 2019 budget
  • Don’t veer for deer
  • Tavistock Ag Society Field Crop Winners
  • Sunday Gun Hunting approved in EZT
  • Hickson succeeds in earning $50,000 in
    Pioneer ‘Here’s to Hometowns’ contest
  • Library may become County board
  • Tales for Tots at the Library
  • Roundtable raises awareness for Mental Health in Farming
  • Ukelele Jam Night at the Library
  • Snow Plow Safety
  • Royals split wins
  • Braves regular season ends this week
  • Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Atom LL
  • A Trip down Memory Lane – January 29, 1992 – Piles of Fun: Up on the Hill…

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, January 16, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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SEBASTOPOL’S WETTLAUFER HOUSE TAKES ON A NEW LIFE: Mark Roth stands in the foyer of his family’s rural residence with a Wettlaufer-signed ladder and the original Sebastopol home’s entry system, door, sidelights and transom, in the background.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Sebastopol’s Wettlaufer house takes on a new life
• Oxford County Council approves 2019 Budget
• Trinity columbarium is a first for area church burial options
• Tavistock Chamber of Commerce
• The Departed: Pearl Joann Faulhafer, Ron Gordon Totten
• High Noon Community Lunch: Meals and Melodies (Craig Wilker)
• Birth: Corey Rose Armstrong
• Team Unity teams earn gold medals
• Sisters/daughters: Skaters earn gold medals
• EZT Township Council meeting tonight
• Juveniles win International Silver Stick
• Gazette gets centre stage (Gillis twins)
• Royals salvage one win
• Braves add to more wins
• Minor Hockey – Atom Reps, Atom LL
• A Trip down Memory Lane – November 24, 1993 – Wettlaufer House: All But Gone!

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, January 9, 2019. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

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CAPPED OFF WITH A Star: Ryan Skiva, owner of Noble North Co., in his store at 29 Woodstock Street South in Tavistock.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Noble North Co: Capped off with a star
• Council to revisit Sunday gun hunting
• Bottle drive raises funds for students to attend Camp Celtic
• Editorial: It’s our children that keep it fun!
• The Departed: Vivian E. Steinman, Robert G. Irvine
• Music at High Noon (Christmas)
• 90th Birthday: Oletta Faulhafer
• Engagement: Shannon White and Blake Dionne
• Marriage Announcement: Thomas Houghton and Karen Duffield
• Birth: Josiah Bruce Halliday
• Princess Elizabeth Institute holds Christmas meeting
• FCC contributes to 4-H Clubs across Canada
• Huntingford A.C.W. meets for December
• Public Free Skating
• Touch-A-Plow event stresses road safety
• Royals double Muskies
• Braves split wins with rivals
• Minor Hockey – Atom Reps, Novice Reps, Bantam Reps, Midget Reps
• A Trip down Memory Lane – January 27, 1993 – It’s a Winter Wonderland