Richmond artist put owl, ' seven' in paintings

Richmond artists Alexander Khomoutov and Elena Khomoutova are surrounded by some of the greeting cards which have been printed featuring their artwork.

Quire a week for Stittsville's Tysen Lefebvre

Stittsville's Tysen Lefebvre gives his trademark thumbs up as he is flanked by the Ottawa 67s mascot and the Ottawa RedBlacks mascot at the annual Four Wishes event at the Aberdeen Pavillion at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa.

Wizards abound at Goulbourn Museum

Hayden Buch, right, tries to get a shot past "keepers" Kaitlyn Beech, left, and Goulbourn Museum volunteer Sarah Norton, in a game of Quidditch at the Goulbourn Museum's "Muggles, Magic & Mischief" family craft day Oct. 4.

Stephanie Robertson's photographs on display at library

Stittsville photographer Stephanie Robertson stands beside some of her photos which are now on display at the Art Space Wall Gallery at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library.

Amsted Design-Build named Renovator of the Year

Celebrating the selection of Amsted Design-Build of Stittsville as the Ontario Renovator of the Year in the annual Ontario Home Builders' Association (OHBA) Awrds of Distinction presented in Hunstville Sept. 28 are, from row seated, Kirk Haw, Paulette MacGregor, Stephanie Haw and Michael Barkhouse; and back row from left, Chris Clarke, Steve Barkhouse, Valerie Blasioli, Jamie Winters and Vince Molinaro, 2014-15 president of the OHBA.

U-Rock Music School singers sweep prizes

Singers from the U-Rock Music School in Stittsville who swept all four prizes at the Carleton Place Farmers' Market vocal competition last Oct. 3 are, from left, top prize winner Sarah Culbert, second place finisher Andrew Waines; third place winner Karolina Moo; and fourth pace winner Abigail Moffitt.

Parking lot becomes 'rink of dreams'

A goalmouth scramble takes place in front of Ottawa Senators right winger Mark Stone, who doubled as a road hockey goalie during the Oct. 4 road hockey game between five Senators players and the Stittsville Minor Atom Rams. Looking on to the left is Senators goalies Craig Anderson and Andrew Hammond.

Special hockey equipment

Tysen Lefebvre, left, and Lukas Hooper are suited up and strapped into Kaye Trainer devices for their first time playing hockey at the Kanata Recreation Complex on Sept. 19. Due to severe health problems, the two were previously unable to play, but thanks to local fundraising for the new training devices, the pair will play with the Capital City Condors this season.

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