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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, December 12, 2018. 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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JOURNEY BACK TO SCHOOL: Tavistock Public School teacher Jeff Schwartzentruber stands in front of the locker he used while a student at the school. 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:

  • Jeff Schwartzentruber: Journey back to school
  • Christmas lights for a cause!
  • Chamber Christmas supports T.A.P.
  • Spaghetti for T.A.P. raises $2,850
  • The Departed: Evelyn Yungblut
  • peopleCare Christmas Bazaar
  • Letter to the Editor: Who are THEY?
  • Shakespeare Men’s Club Christmas Parade
  • Horticultural Society: A Happy Hortee’s Christmas
  • Tavistock boys attend district volleyball championships
  • Royals down Squires 7-6 in overtime
  • Braves edged by Firebirds 2-1 in overtime
  • Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Bantam Reps, Midget Reps
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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, December 5, 2018. 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 CARING CAREER’: Sharon Walker spent her entire 43-year career serving residents at peopleCare Communities. 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:

  • A Caring Career: Sharon Walker
  • Government says municipalities will have their say on landfill locations
  • Oxford 4-H presents awards
  • Hebron United Church: 10th Annual Cookie Walk
  • Barb Myers receives Fire Chief Commendation
  • Tavistock synchro teams host gala performances
  • Hickson 4-H Achievement Night
  • Hickson 4-H report
  • Sevita Int. donates to Oxford 4-H Assoc.
  • Grade 8 students learn about curling
  • Redeem your ‘Buy Close By’ vouchers
  • Braves tie Navy Vets in OT; muzzle Bulldogs 9-3
  • Christmas lights for a cause!
  • Minor Hockey – Atom LL, Novice Reps, Bantam Reps

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, November 28, 2018. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at tavistockgazette@rogers.com or call 519-655-2341. (Sorry, we cannot make prints of contributed photos).

MAKING ‘CHRISTMAS MEMORIES’: Grinch look-a-likes walking with the D&D Electric float included, from the left, Victoria McKay, Amelia McKay and Alex McKay.

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Making ‘Christmas Memories’
  • Council approves Jacob St. plan
  • Council Concerns: Letter from Shirley McCall Hanlon
  • Maples’ Christmas Bazaar
  • Christ Church Huntingford ACW: Oxford Oral Health Outreach
  • EZT Township Public works readies for winter
  • Presentations to County Councillors
  • Historical Society: Kitchen renovation makes a splash
  • Grace Church Christmas Shopping Day
  • Students earn medals at Listowel karate tournament
  • Redeem your ‘Buy Close By’ vouchers
  • Braves take two from Applejacks
  • Royals outscore Muskies
  • Minor Hockey – Atom LL, Novice Reps, Tyke, Bantam Reps

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, November 21, 2018. 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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KEEPING THE FUN IN HOCKEY: Minor Hockey First Shift Coordinator Larry Kropf with First Shift player Jacob Andrew of Tavistock.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Canadian Tire First Shift Program: Keeping the fun in hockey
• Men’s Club: TAP after nine years of service
• STAR Family Health: Advance Care Planning – Start the Conversation
• 40th Anniversary: Ron and Joan Ferguson
• Optimist Club (Royals & Braves) Chuck-A-Puck winners
• Men’s Club: Sauerkraut Supper marks 60 years
• Hickson in finals of Pioneer “Here’s to Hometowns” Giveaway
• Fire Dept. colouring contest winners
• Chamber Buy Close Buy vouchers should be redeemed
• Stratford Market supports Perth-Huron United Way
• Christmas is coming! Chamber street decorations
• Braves secure first place
• Royals play next game in Embro
• Minor Hockey – Atom LL

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, November 21, 2018. 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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HERE’S TO HOMETOWNS: The Van Boekel family entered a video to the Pioneer “Here’s to Hometowns” giveaway and reached the final four this week to be eligible to win the grand prize of $50,000 to be split among four charities in the Hickson community. From the left are Jacob, Jen, Hannah, Greg and Mike. You can view and vote for the video at go.pioneer.com/heres-to-hometowns#finalists.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Infantryman speaks to Shakespeare students
• Letter: TAP shelves are full
• The Departed: Patricia Brenneman (not published)
• Horticultural Society: Christmas tree farming
• Legion Branch 518 remembers
• TPS students observe Remembrane Day
• Letter: When we remember, can we?
• Tavistock Crokinole Club gathers
• Novice Rep Titans win gold at Goderich Youth Cup Tournament
• Royals fall to Ripley
• Braves add two wins; defeat New Hamburg and Norwich
• Braves Alumni Night
• Minor Hockey – Atom LL, Midget LL, Atom Reps
• Correction: Trinity Bells of Peace

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, November 7, 2018. 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 BELLS OF PEACE: Walter Fuhr stands in the belfry at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Tavistock. His great uncle, Adam Fuhr, was contracted for $720 for the carpentry work for the church when it was built in 1881. The bells were made by the Buckeye Bell Foundry in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• The Bells of Peace: In honour of Armistice 100
• Grace Bell / Trinity Bells
• Township Council shortens sessions
• The Departed: Phyllis Hammer
• Birth: Tessa Marie Hazeleger
• 80th Birthday: Mary Alice Roth
• 60th Anniversary: Bob and Arlene Wettlaufer
• W.I.’s learn about Postwar Women’s emergence
• TPS: Pumpkin Carving for Hallowe’en
• TPS Costume Parade
• Tavistock Nursery School: Pre-school kids enjoy Hallowe’en
• Minor Hockey photos
• 4-H Apple Project
• November is Hockey Fights Cancer Month
• Royals blank Elora
• Braves in second place: earn three more wins last week
• Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Atom LL, Bantam Reps

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, October 31, 2018. 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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PUBLIC WORKS: Tom Lightfoot, Manager of Public Works for East Zorra-Tavistock and a volunteer firefighter with the Hickson Station.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Public Works: Tom Lightfoot, EZT Manager of Public Works
• Election correction: School trustees
• Garden shed adds functionality to Community Prayer Garden
• Oxford Memorials and Cenotaphs book published
• Birth: Sienna Rae Hamilton
• 80th Birthdays: Marg Pletsch, Mayne Ramseyer
• The Departed: Lyla Wilhelm, Wayne Schultz, Dale Schwartzentruber
• TPS Dress Purple Day raises awareness
• Men’s Club October meeting
• Hickson students hold Terry Fox School Run
• Derika Nauta: Ontario Queen of the Furrow
• Royals host breast cancer awareness
• Braves add two more wins on weekend
• Minor Hockey – Novice Reps, Bantam Reps