20160803 Gazette Photos
August 3, 2016 by tavistockgazette
Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Wednesday, August 3, 2016. For colour prints, please contact the Gazette at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-655-2341.
The official opening of the 2016 U21 Men’s Fastpitch Canadian Championship was held on Tuesday evening, August 2nd at Queen’s Park. Participating in the ceremony were, from the left, Master of Ceremonies Jamie Woodend, Keith Wagler, OASA President Gary Waugh, Tavistock Minor Ball President Brian Wagler, Co-Chair Kyle Smith, Pam Zehr, East Zorra-Tavistock Mayor Don McKay, Kelsey Ramseyer, Kris Hohl, Softball Canada Supervisor Lisa Down, Clive Lawry, Softball Canada Deputy Supervisor Bob Abbot, Alex Fowler (anthem), Deputy Warden Sandra Talbot, and Oxford MP Dave MacKenzie. Behind are the 13 teams participating in this week’s tournament.
Keith Wagler threw the ceremonial first pitch to his grandson Justin Wagler of the Tavistock Juniors to officially open the U21 tournament on Tuesday night.
Steve Mallot pitches for the tavistock Juniors in an 8-6 loss to Nova Scotia.
U21 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT IS UNDERWAY: The official opening of the 2016 U21 Men’s Fastpitch Canadian Championship was held on Tuesday evening, August 2nd at Queen’s Park. Participating in the ceremony were, from the left, MP Dave MacKenzie, East Zorra-Tavistock Mayor Don McKay, Minor Ball President Brian Wagler, Softball Canada Supervisor Lisa Down, OASA President Gary Waugh, Softball Canada Asst. Supervisor Bob Abbot, Tournament Co-chair Kyle Smith, Deputy Warden of Oxford County Sandra Talbot.
Oxford County 4-H members (back row) hosted ten 4-H members from the Drumheller, Alberta area last week. In the back row, from the left, are Oxford chaperone Jack Danen, Rob Jackson, Quinn Stockman, Kyle Harris, Sam Maaskant, Alex Swartzentruber; Ben Fluttert, Jaqui Hutchison, Sarah Danen, Devin Gras, Malcolm Kersel, chaperone Tim Harris; and in front, from the left, Alberta chaperone Koren McDougald, Quinn Nelson, Serena Michie, Camryn McDougald, Danielle Varga, James Zucatto, Ashley McNaughton, Vanessa Richmond, Charlese Gridley, Liam McDougald, Nikolas Zucatto, and chaperone Melanie Nelson.
Tavistock Bible Chapel craft leader Brenda Shelley watches as Cadence Trotter and Davontae Muirhead complete their clothespin whales at last week’s Bible School sessions entitled “Jonah.”
Declin McMahon, 4, tests his ‘whale bite’ on volunteer Laura McKay at the Tavistock Bible Chapel’s Bible School last week.
The Tavistock U14 Girls Provincial Champions are, from the left, back row: Head Coach Dave Bailey, Dani Bast, Sarah Culp, Bri Smith, Megan Bailey, Coach Jeff Forthuber, Dani Brodrecht, Coach Dennis Brodrecht; kneeling: Hailey Scott, Alyssa Forthuber, Kam Lamond, Sarah Bailey, Mihret Eliasziw, Morgan Stock; in front: Paige Schneider. Absent when the photo was taken were Coaches Doug Lamond and Taylor Wagler, player Madi Oliver, and bat girl Rianna Forthuber.
Brett Zehr applies caulking to new windows installed at Zehr Home Hardware in downtown Tavistock last week with the help of an articulated hoist.
Lyle Bender of B&B General Contracting does stone work as part of the facelift to the Yantzi’s Home Design Smart Home Building Centre just east of Tavistock.
Other stories in this week’s edition:
- U21 Men’s Fastpitch National Tournament is underway
- U14 Girls are Provincial Champs
- 1952 Continuation School students are lifelong friends
- Fryfogel Tavern to mark Sebastian’s 225th birthday
- The Departed: Donald J. Seyler
- Wiffen, Hyde on Canadian Bronze Medal Team
- Birth: Garner Dale William Zehr
- Birth: Barton twins – Fiona Elizabeth Hazel and Charles William Andrew
- 50th Anniversary: Carl and Connie Zehr
- Princess Elizabeth W.I. tours Indwell Lofts
- Lightning strike results in house fire in Tavistock
- Fire call at The Maples
- Renovations underway at two ‘Home’ stores
- Oxford County members host Alberta 4-H Exchange
- Jonah and the Whale: Tavistock Bible Chapel
- 14th Silent Auction at the Fair
- A Trip Down Memory Lane: Linda Wilker (Keller) Milverton Pitcher