On Thursday evening the induction service was held for the Scugog Sports Hall of Fame. Of local interest, the late Neil Malcolm was inducted as a builder. Neil’s widow and their grandson Brennan, attended the dinner, while local grandchildren Alaina Malcolm and her partner Jeff Kane, and Sarah Malcolm and Neil’s great-grandchild Blaire Kane, attended the ceremony. Wayne Venning spoke of the great contribution Neil and Noreen made to Scugog sports and especially the Malmont Farms teams over many years. Brennan accepted his grandfather’s plaque and replied fittingly. Congratulations to the Malcolm family.
There was a capacity crowd at the Rec. Centre for the Remembrance Day service on Saturday, November 11th, The service was conducted by Rev Jennifer Uhyrniw, assisted by Regional Councillor Bobbie Drew in the absence of local Councillor Wilma Wotten, who sent a message in her absence. Following the impressive service, the group moved to the cenotaph, where the Honour Roll was read and two minutes of silence was observed. A number of wreaths were laid. After the service, the Lions Club served an excellent lunch.
Five young women enjoyed a retreat in Collingwood over the weekend. Those enjoying a pleasant change were Maggie VanCamp, Kelly Gathell, Joey Bishop, Deana Grove, and Trish Thompson.
Winners at the Tuesday evening card party were as follows. Lem VanShgen came in first, who also had the most lone hands. Brian Allemang came in second. Chris McCardle and Heni Povey tied for third. Hazel Coates came in fifth, mid score. The specials were won by Harold Crawford, Chris McCardle, Joe Goldsmith, and Jocelyn Bradbury.
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