Cathy MacLean, a 1975 Kemptville grad, will be inducted into the Glengarry Sports Hall of fame this month. When Cathy was in her late 40s she began to run consistently and participate in local road races. Locals can set their clocks by Cathy’s run schedule as she completes her year round training.Cathy qualified to run the Boston Marathon in 2006 and has completed that race 10 times. She will once again compete in 2020. Cathy will continue to run and perhaps in the future she would like to train for a triathlon.Congratulations and we wish her the best of luck.Bruce McDonell, a ‘69 grad will also be attending the dinner to watch his son Kent be inducted.Kent signed his first professional contract in 2000 and later played in the Swedish Hockey League. He is proud of his Glengarry roots.
When our Alumni President, Audrey Baker is not busy registering alumni for reunion events, she is an active clogger with the Land O Lakes Country Cloggers. Audrey is in the front row on the left. For those who don’t know clogging is a dance in which the performer wears clogs and beats out a clattering rhythm on the floor.
John Fraser ‘69 Kemptville grad, and his wife Barb recently travelled on riverboat cruise on the Rhine. The picture shows them at Bratislava, Slovakia, a stop on the cruise. John and Barb are always enthusiast so the rain didn’t bother them. Now retired from dairy farming, their rain ponchos show their commitment to 4-H. ( picture from Janine (Fraser) Lunn.
Over 75 people attended the Hospitality Room in Hall B. The Alumni appreciate the kindness shown to them by the Ottawa Farm Show. This year saw grads from ‘53, ‘54, ‘59, ‘64, ‘65, ‘66, ‘67, ‘68, ‘69, ‘70, ‘71, ‘73, ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85, ‘89, ‘04, ‘08, and ’15. Previous staff members were also there. Next year drop by for coffee, chatting and cookies and you may see a long lost classmate. Mark your calendar for March 18th, 2020.
Cathy Stockdale ’91 ( in middle ) was recognized for her 25 year service as a 4-H volunteer. Congratulations for your community work.
Terri Reid ‘70 grad ( on the left ) and her friend Kim were looking for fun things to do in Martintown. They mixed up food colouring and water and painted flowers in the snow in front of the Martintown Historic Mill. Let’s hope their paintings bring spring a little more quickly.