News

WFCU holding Amherstburg Youth Scholarship Program

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The Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) is now welcoming submissions for the 2015 WFCU Amherstburg Scholarship Program, where a total of $5,600 will go to eight local youth whose submissions are chosen.

Town council to consider alternative methods of policing

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Town council has submitted a request to get an OPP costing with council also agreeing to send letters to surrounding municipalities to gauge interest in a possible regional police service.

Local ten-year-old helps organize “Kids Curing Cancer” fundraiser

Ty Baillargeon has his head shaved by Jessica D’Alimonte as part of Sunday’s “Kids Curing Cancer” event.

“Kids Curing Cancer” fundraiser raises over $5,200 for Windsor-Essex County Cancer Centre Foundation’s patient assistance fund

Former AAM Volunteer Ambulance member pens new book on service

Leonard Fox, a member of the AAM Volunteer Ambulance Service from 1962-2000, has written 
a new book on the squad.

Leonard Fox has written a 92-page paperback entitled “To Save Life” and recounts the history and his many memories of serving with the AAM Volunteer Ambulance Service.

Sports

Admirals clinch second place with win over Wheatley

Brett Beattie battles through two defenders as he attempts to move deeper into the Wheatley zone.

The Amherstburg Admirals clinched second place in the Great Lakes Jr. C standings thanks to their 6-5 win over the Wheatley Sharks Sunday night.

Bulldogs win pair of games on basketball court last week

Macaul Reiner is challenged by a Lajuenesse defender as he looks to pass to a teammate.

Two games, two wins for the General Amherst senior boys basketball team last week, but the second win wasn’t a thing of beauty for the Bulldogs.

Midget Majors sweep Erie North Shore

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The Stars now wait to see who their next opponent will be.

Bulldogs drop pair of one-goal games

General Amherst’s Mitch Holden (8) tries to enter the Brennan zone while being surrounded by Cardinals’ defenders.

The Bulldogs (2-5-2, six points) dropped a pair of 2-1 decisions last week at the Libro Centre, losing to St. Joseph last Tuesday afternoon before falling to Brennan last Thursday afternoon.