Hair today, gone tomorrow. That will be the case for the 150 participants in the upcoming Hair Donation Ottawa cancer research fundraiser which is...
Stittsville District Lions Club president Beth Lewis, left, and Lion Jack Burke, right, presents Tysen Lefebvre, centre, with a donation of $500 from the Stittsville District Lions Club for his "Tysen's Mission To A Million" campaign.
Tysen Lefebvre of Stittsville is a person on a mission. And he has gotten a little closer to his mission's goal of a million dollars raised...
Neve Kennedy, who is in the West Ottawa Ringette Association's Bunny program for those under seven years of age, enjoys playing the sport of ringette.
Those who buy a new car like to give it a test drive to see what it's like.
Members of the Goulbourn Rockets novice girls hockey team, silver medal winners in the recent 31st annual Kanata Girls Hockey Association year-end tournament, are, at the front, Clare Davy, and, behind her, from left, Ryann Smith, Emmerson Lavictoire, Sarah Smith, Megan Power (behind), Emmy Blauer who is holding the trophy, Abby Tate, Hannah Clarkson, goalie Olivia Nystedt and Emma Tysick.
It was a game for the ages that included double overtime and a multi-player shootout.
Standing in front of the Splash artist group's exhibition now on display at the ArtSpace Wall Gallery at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library in Stittsville are Splash group members, from left, Bill Fryer, Marilyn Ross, instructor Heather Gallup, Lou-Ann Edwards and Colleen McRae.
The artists' group is known as Splash and its work has added a splash of colour, ideal for spring, at the ArtSpace Wall Gallery at the...
Members of the Dragonfly Quilters of Stittsville who are holding some of the quilts which they make for Victoria's Quilts for distribution for free to cancer patients are, from left, Vera Cikalo, Phyllis Lumsden, Barbara Ross, Pam Richardson, Suzanne Bois, Betty Ann Jeffery, Mary Brownlee, Joan Walsh, Audrey Blackburn, Anne Egger and Marlyn Powell.
The Dragonfly Quilters of Stittsville are helping cancer patients by providing quilts to Victoria's Quilts.
With their assortment of food items which they collected around their Granite Ridge neighbourhood in Stittsville for the Stittsville Food Bank are, from left, Sophia Skrok, Jayden Clark, Tiana Michalska and Amal Abed.
The Stittsville Food Bank is benefitting from the effort of four Stittsville girls. Wanting to help out some charitable organization, the...
Morgan Flanigan, left, and Ashley Wing, right, are two Sacred Heart Catholic High School grade eight students who attended the National We Day at Canadian Tire Centre on Wednesday, April 9.
Inspirational speakers. A meaningful message. And don't forget the dance! These were all part of the National We Day held at Canadian Tire...
Those who participated in a skit "Medieval Times" on behalf of the Stittsville District Lions Club at the talent show at the Lions District Convention at the Brookstreet Hotel in Kanata last Friday are, from left, Paul Riddell as Sir Dancealot
There was Sir Spinaround.
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