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The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

Apr. 21, 1993

25 Years Ago

Farmers feed on facts and figures at Mountainview Turf open house: To the farmer, management of information is becoming more important every day.
This point was driven home in a variety of ways to about 100 farmers at an open house held on April 15 at Mountainview Turf farm between Quyon and Luskville.
The array of equipment parked in front of the big shed at Mountainview indicated the scale of operation in which they are involved. They keep six field tractors and two tractor trailer trucks busy producing the delivering sod for use on lawns and golf courses.
Fire Department presents plaque: The Shawville Clarendon Fire Department awarded the John F. Hodgins memorial plaque to four firefighters at their annual Firemen’s Ball at the Lions Hall. Presenting the award was Assistant Chief Bill Black and Chief Neil Sharpe who awarded recipients Wayne Bohart, Lt. Robert Trudeau, First Captain Bill Atkinson, and Lee Laframboise.

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