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Cultural training program launched
By Bryan Jessop
Leamington CAO Peter Neufeld took on the role of emcee for a conference in the town hall lobby Wednesday, July 20 to announce the introduction of a Cultural Sensitivity Training program being launched in a partnership between the South Essex Community Council and municipality. 
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National debt clock visits Leamington
By Bryan Jessop
Canadian Taxpayers Federation federal director Aaron Wudrick and Ontario director Christine Van Geyn reveal a trailer-mounted digital clock revealing the Canadian national debt at more than $627.7 billion during a Thursday, July 14 visit in Leamington at the Real Canadian Superstore/Giant Tiger parking lot.
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Freddy Farmer visits China
By Bryan Jessop
Harold Burton and his niece Linda Stevenson reveal a copy of Freddy Farmer 3. Like the first two editions, the book is written by Brian Sweet and illustrated by Burton. After Stevenson revealed the books to a cohort and Chinese publication company owner at the annual international Odyssey of the Mind conference, he introduced the local stories to the editor of Good Children Illustrated Journal in Shanghai. Freddy Farmer I appeared in the magazine in December of last year and the second and third book will appear in the same publication later this year.
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Sun Parlour Rodeo approaching 15th year
By Bryan Jessop
Shawn Minor and his horse are released from the chute during the bareback bronc riding segment of the 13th annual Sun Parlour Rodeo in 2014 — the first year where proceeds benefited Erie Shores Hospice in Leamington. This year’s Sun Parlour Rodeo will start at 6 p.m. on both Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31.
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Unique attraction built for Campers Cove
By Bryan Jessop
A custom-built miniature locomotive built by Trevor Bailey of Bailey Inc. Custom Machining is the newest addition at Campers Cove east of Wheatley. The unique vehicle sits atop a 1950s Farmall 240 tractor and is used to tour children around the site. 
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