Tiverton News

I hope everyone is enjoying this wonderful weather and getting out, and following COVID protocols. The news says there are up to 60% of Canadians that have received at least one dose of the vaccine. This means things may start getting back to normal again.

Huron Shores Hospice has finally completed their second room at Tiverton Park Manor. This is something that has been a long time coming and is so needed in the community. Thank you to all who donated their time, effort and money into making this happen. A great community coming together.

Congratulations to our new Mayor of Kincardine, Gerry Glover. Let’s hope he will be able to navigate through these troubling times. This is a time for everyone to unite and come together.

One of Inverhuron’s most famous landmarks, Lime Kiln Cottages, has changed ownership. The Lime Kiln business and five of their cottages are now owned by Inverhuron’s own Doug and Heather Convay. Thankfully Terry and Jill Funston will still be living in their beautiful home and retain ownership of three cottages. I’m sure Doug and Heather will enjoy their new venture. Congratulations.

Condolences to the family of Dennis Munro on his recent passing. He was a longtime figure in the agriculture community and member of the Tiverton Agricultural Society. He will be missed by all.

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