Oh those grandkids….They do keep us young. Such was the case for Olive MacIntosh of Williamsburg, who, with her daughter Marilyn and son-in-law Jim (Adams) visited her granddaughters Kylie and Katherine in British Columbia in September. In addition to a visit to Whistler and a tour of the Olympic site, the family took Olive, who turned 84 just last week, ziplining. Granddaughter Katherine works for Ziptrek Eco Tours, a world leader in the design, development and operation of zipline-based eco adventures. The company’s flagship location is in Whistler. Top left, Olive gives a thumbs up as she is about to take off. Left she is pictured with son-in-law Jim Adams and above she is photographed as she ziplines through the treetops.
As the winter figure skating season draws to a close and skaters get ready to skate into spring, nine members of the Morrisburg Figure Skating Club laced up their skates to compete in a Gloucester competition on the weekend of April 14-15. Pictured front, l-r, the skaters were Erika Jordan, Abigail Jordan, Alexis Engwerda and Trina Dykstra-MacPherson. Back, l-r, are Kathleen Nicolaassen, Katherine Lee, Ali VanHoof, Kaitlyn Stewart and Kristyn VanHoof. Achieving top three finishes were: Katherine Lee-2nd in Introductory Interpretive; Alexis Engwerda-2nd Preliminary Free; Kristyn VanHoof –3rd Preliminary Free; Kathleen Nicolaassen–3rd Introductory Interpretive; Ali VanHoof–3rd Pre-novice Long Program.
The Seaway District High School junior girls basketball team entered the county basketball Single-A championships as the top seed. The tournament was hosted in Iroquois November 10th at Seaway District High School. The Spartans played […]