Members of St. George's choir as well as Hilda Clark a member from St. Margaret's join together in song at the pancake supper on Tuesday. Their voices elevated the tone of the event adding even more cheer to an already jovial evening. /JENN WATT Staff

Pamplin achieves a Jaguars first at TLDSB track meet

Congratulations go out to all of our Jaguars who competed in the Trillium Lakelands District School Board County Track and Field Meet in Lindsay at the Central Senior Public School in Lindsay on June 8. The weather was cold and windy but ou Jags persevered and came out on top.
All participants did theirbest with many achieving personal best results. Here are some exceptional achievements:junior girl Liah Gallant finished first in the 100 metre dash and second in the long jump while junior boy Evan Gilbert finished sixth in the 100 metre dash.Intermediate girl Mikayla O’Neill finished first in the 100 metre dash and fifth in the triple jump while teammate intermediate girl Kristina Barry was fourth in the 200 metre dash and intermediate girls Olivia Melle was fourth in the long jump. Senior boy Cody Wilkinson was first in the 100 metre dash and senior boy Isaac Little came second in 1500 metres run.
Lastly in the senior girls category congratulations to Samantha Pamplin who won the senior girls overall championship title finishing first in the 100 metre dash second in long jump and fourth in triple jump.
Mrs. Eva Griffith and Ms. Lisa Phillips have nothing but positive things to say about all our competitors. We are extremely proud of all of you. Congratulations to all!
Submitted by Eva Griffith
“It was unbelievable that we had five students qualify for the 100 metre finals and four placed first – that is incredible and certainly had people in Lindsay wondering about these guys” Griffith wrote in a follow-up email.
Griffith said Pamplin achieved something that has not been accomplished in 18 years since the school has competed in this event. As far as she knows there has never been an overall track champion in senior girls.
She adds Pamplin is “an awesome athlete – not just at track but volleyball and basketball too. I’m sure there will be great things happening for her at Hal High in the future” she said.