June/July 2015

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