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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, September 26, 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).

PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS: Tavistock crossing guards, from the left, Lea Wittig, Lori Snider, Robert Brodrecht, Mary Kropf, Mary Ann Krantz and Val MacQueen. Absent when the photo was taken was Ashley MacQueen.

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Woodstock Street South Reopened
  • peopleCare celebrates 50 years of caring
  • Letter: EZT will vote differently
  • Chamber awards ‘Buy Close By’ winner
  • 4-H Apple Project now underway
  • Book signing: Local author at Text & Tales
  • The Departed: Helen Atwell, Harold Meister
  • 95th Birthday: Walter Blum
  • 10th Annual Milk Run
  • Electric vehicles on the rise
  • Men’s Club: The key to preventing Lyme disease
  • Braves undefeated in 3
  • Derika Nauta named Ontario Queen of the Furrow
  • Municipal Election: Office of Mayor – Don McKay
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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, September 19, 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).

LOCAL STUDENT VET IN AFRICA: Global Vets volunteer Brittany Hammer holds a 3-week-old wolf pup on her visit with Dr. Van Zyl during a 5-week volunteer program in South Africa.

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Council appoints treasurer
  • Tavistock Ministerial Letter: Faith in Daily Work
  • Letter: A Fair Thank You
  • Fall fair Talent Show a Murder Mystery
  • 50th Anniversary: Gloria and Bill Wettlaufer
  • Foul odour in Queen’s Park
  • Council addresses zone change applications
  • Subdivision hook-up underway
  • peopleCare celebrating 50 years
  • Jane Street sod installed
  • Grand Champion Heavy Horse at Fair
  • Braves win home opener
  • Council approves new plan of subdivision
  • Municipal Election: Office of Deputy-Mayor – Shirley McCall Hanlon

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, September 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).

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Sarah Danen chosen 2018-19 Ambassador
  • Letter: Let’s keep faith with our farmers
  • Former Ambassador receives fifth annual Tan-Ooi Scholarship
  • Fountain re-installed
  • Birth: Wyatt Martin Gunn
  • Display Competition features ‘”Antiques’
  • Forthcoming Marriage: Missy Murray & Matt Habsch
  • 50th Anniversary: John and Judy Yausie
  • Pet Show a favourite
  • Muncipal Election: Don Edmiston for Deputy-Mayor
  • 4-H Big Bunny Bonanza
  • Antiques on Parade
  • Kids’ fire games
  • Soup warms fair patrons
  • 26th Classic Car Show
  • Dr. Bartlett opens 166th Annual Fair
  • Baby Show shines on cloudy day
  • Meet the Braves 2018-2019

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, September 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).

AMBASSADOR GOING PLACES: 2017 Tavistock Agricultural Society Fall Fair Ambassador Katelyn Gerber.

Other stories in this week’s edition:

  • Zehr Home Hardware changes hands
  • Municipal Election: Phil Schaefer for Councillor, Ward 1
  • Back to School at Thompson
  • Teachers welcomed back to Tavistock School
  • The Departed: Reta Schmidt, Philip Lichti
  • Men’s Club plans “All Candidates Night” October 11th
  • Firefighter Boot Toll kicks up funds for MD
  • New street lights being installed
  • Woodstock Street Construction
  • Crossing Guards: Keeping our children safe!
  • Shakespeare Optimist Chicken BBQ
  • New Mental Health and Police Mobile Crisis response coming
  • Braves to start new season

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, August 29, 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).

FALL FAIR CAR SHOW WILL BE A CLASSIC: Mervin Ropp stands with his 1929 Model A Ford and several other classic cars he owns and shows at the Tavistock Fall Fair Show and Shine each year.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• West Nile virus confirmed in Oxford
• Municipal Election Tom Murray for Councillor, Ward 1
• Letter: Municipal elections are serious business
• Gazette Around the Globe: Baltic cruise stops in Estonia
• Paul Harris Fellows presented at Rotary District Governor’s Night
• Hickson Lions honour Joe Zehr
• Tavistock Ag Society: 16th year for Fall Fair Silent Auction
• Bantam Girls earn silver in Grand Valley
• Report theft from locked shed
• Nauta sisters are Oxford Queens of the Furrow
• Paving the way… (Woodstock street paved)
• Buy Close By grand prize draw planned next week
• Murder Mystery at the Fall Fair
• From the Editor: 65 and climbing!
• A Trip Down Memory Lane – August 26, 1981
– Three-Wheeler Dealers (Patterson, Ramseyer, Mohr)

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, August 22, 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).

SIGNS PRO VOLLEYBALL CONTRACT IN SWITZERLAND: Chris Newcombe, who played five years with the Western Mustangs, has signed a pro contract with Top Volley Luzern in Switzerland.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Residents should keep vehicles locked
• Municipal Election Margaret Lupton for Councillor, Ward 1
• Tactile Ground Surface Indicators
• Humbled by Humboldt: Letter from Paul Raymer
• Mother’s calla lilies still growing after 75 years: Dorothy Woelfle
• Motor vehicle stolen while left running in Shakespeare
• Lloyd Rudisuela: 90th Birthday
• Community Vacation Bible School focuses on farm stories
• Tavistock PeeWee Boys U14 win ORSA title
• Novice Girls, Tier 2 Grand Valley champs
• Squirt Girls cap off undefeated season

Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, August 15, 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).

HONOURED BY HICKSON LIONS CLUB: Gwen King poses with the 2018 John Tipping Memorial Award as presented by the Hickson Lions Club during Lions Daze on July 21st.

Other stories in this week’s edition:
• Chamber hosts annual barbecue
• 28th Annual Ecumenical Service in the Park: Together We Worship & Serve
• Putting their stamp on it … Nicholson Sidewalks
• Braves Executive Volunteer Wolfgang Weber: Anything for the boys!
• Forthcoming Marriage: Emily Bailey and Curtis Griffin
• Uturn Ranch Summer Camp: Kids enjoy ranch life
• Council upholds assessments
• Tavistock Kids Annual Road Hockey Tournament: Awesome Athletics undefeated
• First Year Mites complete season
• Cattlemen’s BBQ feeds hungry patrons
• From Trash to Treasure: Library Budding Botanists
• Sisters lead the cheer! (Kayleigh & Charlotte Hunt)