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LDSS opens time capsule
By By Bryan Jessop
Leamington District Secondary School principal Kyle Berard (right) looks on as a time capsule buried in the wall near the main entrance of the school is revealed during an LDSS open house Saturday, June 10. The opening of the capsule was preceded by the showing of excerpts from a film recorded during the new building’s opening in 1952.
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CWATS celebrates milestone
By Bryan Jessop

Students with Margaret D. Bennie Public School head out for a 10 km walk along the Trans Canada Trail as part of the third annual CWATS celebration in Leamington Monday, June 5. The group was joined by the Cardinal Carter Catholic Middle School Soccer and Hockey Academy program students for the event, set up in the Leamington Kinsmen Recreation Complex gymnasium to celebrate the completion of the Trans Canada Trail — also known as The Great Trail — in Essex County.

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OPP to help youths stay "cool"
By OPP release
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Camp Day returns to Leamington
By Bryan Jessop
Anthony Vieira accepts a donation from a drive-thru customer at the Leamington Tim Hortons on Erie Street South as part of the chain’s annual Camp Day fundraiser Wednesday, May 31. Contributions that morning were gathered to fund the release of “prisoners” including Leamington mayor John Paterson and council members Larry Verbeke and John Jacobs. Each year, the Tim Hortons Children’s Foundation sends youths from across Canada and the United States to camps throughout the continent through money raised by Camp Day.
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St. Louis supports Hiatus House
By Bryan Jessop
Grade 1 students Marla Amaral (left) and Selina Gualtieri help bring a collection of donations for the Windsor Hiatus House to the main entrance of St. Louis Catholic Elementary School Wednesday, May 31. Over a period of about two-and-a-half weeks, JK to Grade 6 students collected about 1,400 items to be donated to Hiatus House. 
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