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Leamington Legion to close
By Bryan Jessop
The Leamington Royal Canadian Legion Branch 84, on Erie Street North, currently includes 88 members. At its peak in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the local Legion’s former location hosted about 1,000 members.
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Elder abuse message comes to Leamington
By Bryan Jessop
From left to right, Leamington deputy mayor Hilda MacDonald, Ontario Provincial Police Leamington/Kingsville/Essex operations manager Staff Sargent Stu Bertram, Leamington municipal councilor John Jacobs, Caldwell First Nation chief Louise Hillier, Essex County warden Tom Bain, Family Services Windsor-Essex social work lead Tatum Dault and Windsor Police Service coordinator of victim assistance unit Patti Kelly take part in a ceremony honouring Wednesday, June 15 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day at Sun Parlour Homes.
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Busy year for Eco Team
By Bryan Jessop
Leamington District Secondary School teacher and Eco Team leader Lisa Jeffery presents “Blue Marble” gifts to Grade 12 members of the group Taylor Omar and Alexis Cervini for their years of dedication during a year-end celebration at the school Wednesday, June 15. 
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Birding sign unveiled at Hillman Marsh
By Bryan Jessop
From left to right, Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island CEO Gordon Orr, Leamington deputy mayor Hilda McDonald, Essex Region Conservation Authority chairperson Ed Sleiman, Pelee Wings Nature Store owner Michael Malone, ERCA vice chair and Lakeshore councilor Len Janisse, ERCA general manager Richard Wyma and Holiday Beach Migration Observatory past president Bob Hall-Brooks reveal a new Waterbirds of Hillman Marsh sign at the site’s habitat viewing shelter Tuesday, June 14. 
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Orangeline cleans up along Highway 77
By Bryan Jessop
Northbound and Southbound team members from Orangeline Farms gather under the company’s sign following the third annual Battle of the Bags, a roadside garbage pick up event along a two-kilometre stretch of Highway 77 Saturday, June 11. The Southbound team, wearing grey shirts, won this year’s competition.
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