June/July issue

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This week the June/July issue of The Scoop was mailed locally to more than 6600 households in Tamworth, Erinsville, Enterprise, Centreville, Camden East, Newburgh, Colebrook, Yarker, Verona, Hartington, Sydenham, Roblin, Selby, Parham, Tichborne, Kaladar, Stella, Godfrey, and Marlbank. Throughout the week, we'll be dropping off nearly 1000 copies in Napanee, Arden, Cloyne, Northbrook, Flinton, and in various retail outlets throughout Lennox & Addington and Frontenac Counties.

In this issue:
  • Here's The Scoop, by Terry Sprague
  • Letters to the Editor
  • The Old Newburgh Academy, by J. Huntress
  • Our Native Land, by Mary Jo Field
  • Do You Remember... The Old Swimmin' Hole? By Glen R. Goodhand
  • Newburgh's Art Among the Ruins Celebrates 10th Anniversary, by Lillian Bufton
  • From Spring to Summer, by Lena Koch
  • Lessons Learned, by Blair McDonald
  • Travelling and Rural Life, by Jordan Balson
  • Harmony (and Dissonance!), by Alyce Gorter
  • Hurling Down the Pine, submitted by The Pioneer Museum, Cloyne & District Historical Society
  • Compassion Fatigue: What Doesn't Bend, Breaks, by Leah Birmingham
  • Highland Cattle Adventures, by Terry Berry
  • How You Can Benefit from Community Power, by Steven Moore
  • A Natural View: New Plants, New Experiences, by Terry Sprague
  • Direct Marketing Farm Products, by Sally Bowen
  • Meet... Ryan Smith, by Mel Galliford
  • Creating Life-Long Readers, by Catherine Coles
  • Breakfast Analysis, by Jerry Ackerman
  • Amherst Island's Waterside Summer Series, by Mac Hembre
  • L&A SOS Home and Garden Tour Bigger and Better
  • What You Can Learn from Teaching, by Grace Smith
  • Education and the Working World, by Jessica Green
  • L&A County Library Programs & Events
  • Caption Contest Winner
  • TLC For Your Shoreline, by Susan Moore and Gray Merriam
  • Puzzle Page
  • Womb Wisdom, by Lillian Bufton