REJUVENATING PORTAGE PARK – The Portage-du-Fort RA began removing old play structures from the Red and Beth Farrell Memorial Park, September 9, to make room for a new 25 by 30 foot Little Tikes play structure that is expected to be installed the week of September 11; the park's rejuvenation was made possible through RA fundraising, donations from groups like the Artists de la Rivière, and a $7,000 government grant. A large swing set made by Hayes Manufacturing will also be installed. The original sign installed at the park when it opened 20 years ago was salvaged. Some of the old structures are being moved to the ball park. The R.A hopes to have the park complete before the end of October.
    Photo: Removing the park's old structures.

PPJ LAKE TOUR – Nine bikers gathered in Shawville at 10 am on September 9 to join in on a 57 km bicycle tour that ended at the Junction restaurant in Campbell's Bay as part of Les Ami(e)s du Cycloparc PPJ's fifth bicycle jamboree, the Lake Tour. Bikers travelled along area highways and stopped at five locations along the way; they followed Highway 303 to Otter Lake and then merged onto Highway 301 towards Campbell's Bay.

Quyon Lions Hall demolition to begin, slightly delayed

Added: Sat, 09/23/2017 - 12:43pm

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Jane Toller runs for warden

Added: Sat, 09/23/2017 - 12:42pm

Kayla Bertrand

FORT-COULONGE – Jane Toller, local businesswoman and president of Tourism Pontiac, officially announced her candidacy for warden of the MRC Pontiac, September 7 at the Pontiac Conference Centre. Nearly 80 people attended.  read more »