“BAYHAM CITIZEN OF YEAR IS DOUG LESTER”
Vienna – Doug Lester, President of Otter Valley Chamber of Commerce, was named Bayham’s 2009 Citizen of the Year at a Community Volunteer Recognition night Thursday at Vienna Community Centre. Mr. Lester, a native of Tillsonburg who moved to Bayham a few years ago, provided this information to AylmerNews about his business and his Chamber activities:
“Our business is Eagle Tree Perspectives. We help leaders and not for profit organizations build personal and collective capacity and effectiveness through increased awareness and skill in interpersonal and group dynamics. We have been in operation since 1998. We are located in Port Burwell.
-Elgin National Farmers Union showing documentary – “Food, Inc.” at Town Hall Theatre, 7:30 pm = Free
BAYHAM ACCIDENT UPDATE:
Regarding Friday’s two-vehicle collision in Bayham, Elgin OPP report that as of Sunday the 19-year old female is still in critical condition at Victoria Hospital, London and the 50-year old woman’s status has been downgraded to ‘observation’.
“AYLMER POLICE (like Santa) ALSO KNOW WHO’S ‘NAUGHTY AND NICE'”
The lure of Santa (or loads of tossed candy) proved unlucky for a 19-year old St.Thomas man who was apprehended on an outstanding warrant Saturday while watching the Santa Claus parade at the King and Talbot St. corner. Police spotted the suspect, believed involved in a theft in Aylmer in October, as they followed behind the parade.
SHOPPERS’ ROBBERY UPDATE:
Aylmer Police are still looking for a young female wearing a bright yellow fleece coat who robbed the Shoppers’ Drug Mart of some oxycontin pills Friday just after 7 pm.
AYLMER POLICE REPORT:
–An object was thrown through a portable sign at the Columbus Club on Beech St. Friday night.
-A RIDE program Friday evening stopped 375 vehicles – no complications reported.
-A cellphone was taken from an unlocked vehicle on Fath Ave. Thursday
-Last Monday night, lightbulbs were smashed on a residential street but a 14-year old ‘suspect’ volunteered to clean up the damage.
POLICE REMINDER: No overnight parking, 3 am to 6 am, on Aylmer Streets in effect as of Nov. 30 (until April 15).