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The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

Sept. 2, 1992

25 Years Ago
Freshwater jellyfish sighted again in Pontiac: Freshwater jellyfish have once again been sighted in Pontiac, this time in Tootes Lake in the municipality of Thorne.
Concerned cottagers Keith and Roberta Harrison, who had heard that these freshwater jellyfish had been previously observed in Hughes Lake last fall, notified THE EQUITY to report their sighting.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison have been cottagers at Tootes Lake for over 34 years and have never before observed these tiny creatures in their lake.

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