Recognition, Crafts and Games (Gallery)

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With many of her fellow Town employees present, Kim Clifford was recognized by Mayor Al Strathdee and Town CAO Brent Kittmer in a special presentation and speeches for achieving 25 years as a Town employee. In his address Kittmer wished Kim many more years as a Town employee.

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One-year-old Sophia Massey-Rounds, of St. Marys, tries to make up her mind which of Kim’s Crochet Creations she wants to bring home last Saturday during the St. Marys Craft Show at the Pyramid Recreation Centre.

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This snowman hat by Gramma Char’s Cedar Chest was one of many decorative creations on display last Saturday at the Pyramid Recreation Centre as part of the sprawling St. Marys Craft Show, which stretched from the Community Centre Hall into the Friendship Centre.

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From left, Brian Nickle, Krissy Nickle, and Holly Graham were hard at work playing games on Nov. 7 for GameSpace’s grand opening and the Extra Life gaming marathon. They’re pictured behind the “Ticket to Ride: Europe” game over which Krissy had just been victorious.

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From left, Josh Shack, Sara Dresser and Erin Klodt enjoyed a game of Monopoly on Nov. 7 during GameSpace’s grand opening and Extra Life gaming marathon.

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Local gamer Chet Greason carries in a pile of board games for he and his “Extra Life Marathon” teammates to play on Nov. 7 at the newly opened GameSpace at 114 Queen Street in St. Marys. Started in 2008, the annual 24-hour gaming marathon has raised over $20 million for children’s hospitals. The Game Space team surpassed their fundraising goal of $1,000 that will go towards the London Children’s Hospital.