“AYLMERNEWS WILL NOT PUBLISH WEDNESDAY”
–Katharina Letkeman; of Aylmer; in her 89th year; on March 14; Survivors include Helena and Neil Rempel, Anna and Abe Rempel, and Neil and Annie Letkeman of the Aylmer area; Visitation at Kebbel Funeral Home Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 pm; Funeral Thursday at EMMC church at 2 pm.
OMHA ATOM FINALS: Saturdays Game – Aylmer 4 Mitchell 4
(Info provided by Coach Harry Bakker)
1st Period = No Scoring
-2nd Period – Mitchell goal at 10:19; Mitchell goal at 8:23; Aylmer goal at 0:13 Trevon Ball assisted by Mitchell Bakker and Nick Knecthel
-3rd Period = Aylmer goal at 12:28 Trevon Ball assisted by Mitchell Bakker and Nick Knecthel; Aylmer goal at 11:14 Nick Knecthel assited by Mitchell Bakker;
Mitchell goal at 8:34; Aylmer goal at 8:26 [8 sec. after the faceoff] by Trevon Ball assisted by Mitchell Bakker; Mitchell goal at 1:13 with the goalie pulled for an extra attacker
-OT = Game tied 4-4 going into overtime; 10 min. Overtime period saw frantic action at both ends with goal mouth scrambles. Mitchell Bakker hit the crossbar with 4 min left in OT. Aylmer put one in the Mitchell net with 2 mins left in OT, but the ref called it a high stick . Game ended 4-4 tie.
AYLMER POLICE REPORT:
-Several Aylmer officers attended the OPP officer’s funeral in Wingham Friday.
-A stolen car was recoved by the Aylmer lagoons, west of town, Friday morning. The car had minor damage, was taken from a Victoria St. south residence, and was still running when discovered.
-Police were called to the arena Sunday evening during the Midget hockey game as some fans were becoming ‘unruly’; no charges were laid.
-A validation tag was stolen off a town vehicle in a downtown parking lot last Monday just before lunch.
-A 15-year old was stopped from shooting ducks in Catfish Creek with a slingshot last week.
“ACTIVITIES AT THE NEW CLC CENTRE”
(This info provided by Dale Cummings, Community Living Program Supervisor, concerning what goes on at their new building on John St North, Aylmer)
“Our East Elgin Day Program supports up to 18 people daily from 9:00AM – 3:00PM. Activities include a Ladies Group on Mondays teaching self esteem, daily living skills and cooking. There is also a weekly Mens group that offers daily living skills, cooking and leisure activities. Participants are also involved in crafts, volunteering at local busineses, the Library, Museum and Tourist bureau at Town Hall. We also have a Chocolate making venture where participants mould chocolate to sticks for Holidays, Weddings or any special occasion. ”