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Tuffy MacDougall

Don "Tuffy" MacDougall served “B” Troop of the 100th Light, Anti-Aircraft Battery out of Guelph from March 1941 through “Cease Fire” May 8 1945 into September of 1945. The 100th was part of the 4th Canadian Infantry Division. Tuffy’s military story is mostly about times with people away from the war and with those he served. He spoke less about combat details. Those who knew Tuffy said he was about people and his experiences around them.

Minto Arts Gallery

The Minto Arts Gallery is non-profit, volunteer-directed organization operated by the Minto Arts Council, and located on the 3rd floor of the historic Harriston Carnegie Library. The Arts Council is committed to using the Gallery to showcase local and distant artistic talent collections.

Drew Anglican Cemetery

Drew's Anglican Cemetery is located on 16th Line, just past the Drew Community Centre and Ball Diamond.

Frank Lambier Court Dedication

Frank Lambier Court dedication ceremony in Palmerston with Mayor Bridge, Legion Branch 409 representatives and the Lambier family.

Pvt. Milton Seiler

Over the last 100 years we often hear about the young men from Canada's farms flocking to answer the call for King and Country. Milton Seiler, was one of those fresh faced country boys to take up the call to arms.  His true intentions are not known, but the likelihood of it being primarily patriotic fervour is probably not the case.

Palmerston Railway Pedestrian Bridge

The sole remaining pedestrian railway bridge in Ontario, the Palmerston Railway Pedestrian Bridge was originally built in 1912 to allow schoolchildren safe passage over the railway tracks. Now it serves as a symbol of Palmerston’s railway heritage and as the signature feature of the Lions Heritage Park. The Pedestrian Bridge turned one hundred years old in 2012.

Steel Tree Customs

Small Ontario based wood working, using new and repurposed wood and steel, making everything from pallet signs to live edge tables and more.

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