Memorial bricks still for sale

Dave Ogilvie

With the Emo Spray Park nearing completion, the committee would like to announce that they still are accepting memorial bricks.
The last order will be sent in a couple of weeks. The company making the bricks requires an order of 30 bricks, so if you would like to order a brick, please contact the Municipal Office in Emo as soon as possible.
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Red Bugler won the sixth race at the Mohawk Raceway on June 22 taking home its share of an $18,000 purse.
Running in fifth place for most of the race, this amazing horse closed the gap in the final 1/8 of a mile finishing in first place in a very close race.
The results of the one mile race for five year-olds and younger indicates that Red Bugler is indeed ready and that this summer may be a very successful season for the horse owned by Don and Sheila Anness of Emo.
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The July 1 committee in Barwick would like to announce that the Canada Day Parade will begin at noon from the Barwick municipal office.
If you would like to enter the parade, please register at 10:30 a.m. prior to the parade.
Older youth who register will be eligible to win a bike and helmet donated by Barwick Service while the younger ones will be eligible to win a kiddies prize donated by Barwick Village Restaurant.
Vehicle entries should contact Gary Judson for more information.
Kids games and a saw dust pile money hunt will take place after the parade.
Come out and meet the Fair Queen Contestants. Fastball games begin at 9 a.m. with exciting games going on all day.
There will be 10 teams in the tournament this year.
The canteen will be open all day long.
Everyone is invited to come and celebrate Canada’s 143rd birthday in Barwick. 
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The ‘River Theatre’ musical theatre program is still looking for some boys to portray the basketball team in this year’s production of “High School Musical.”
The theatre school for students ages eight–14 will take place at the Emo Legion, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting on July 5.
The cost for this unique two-week experience will be $300 per student ($550 for siblings).
If you know of a boy who would like to join, please call Renée Martin-Brown at 482-3055 or email her at:
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Emo’s July 1 celebrations will take place starting at 7 p.m. Canada Day birthday cake will be served on the observation deck at the west end of Front Street (across from Tompkins Hardware). The fireworks which will commence at dusk, may be observed from various locations along Front Street.