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CLIFF returns to Thamesville May 27-28

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For the fourth straight year, an international film festival is coming to Chatham-Kent. The Christian Life International Film Festival (CLIFF) will take place May 27 and...

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Guitar Summit set for Friday night

Chatham’s Guitar Summit is returning to the Chatham Capitol Theatre May 19. After several years off, Tom Lockwood is bringing the event...

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A cappella performance coming to St. Andrew’s

Cadence, an award winning a cappella group from Toronto, will perform at St. Andrew’s United Church May 13 at 7 p.m. This is the fifth...

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Waterside melodies in Wallaceburg

The Wallaceburg & District Council For The Arts is planning an outdoor summer concert series “Music By The River” in...

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Popcorn, anyone?

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Popping up some great smelling popcorn outside the Capitol Theatre in Chatham, long-time volunteer Cliff Steptoe was getting ready for the Wednesday Night Movie regulars...

Members and friends of the Chatham-Kent Home Builders’ Association, led by Kevin Owen of Owen Flooring, were going Fred Flintstone-style for the Heart and Stroke Big Bike ride to raise money for research into the leading cause of death in Canada. The team peddled two kilometres throughout the downtown area.

Big Bike hits the streets for Heart and Stroke

Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death for Canadian men and women, and in fact, every seven minutes,...

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Little reader enjoys The Chatham Voice

Who says young people don’t read newspapers anymore? Little Zachary Stirling, 9-1/2 months old, browses the...

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Ken Thompson relaxes in his room at St. Andrew’s Residence. The avid shutterbug and retired farmer enjoys his time there, and never goes anywhere without his camera.

A lot of history to this shutterbug

Have you ever been pelted with wheat seeds as you let an aircraft “bomb” you? Ken Thompson has. That’s just one...

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From left, KC Chaaban, Brian St. Pierre, Scott Bishop, Vince Lally, Adam Lally, Mike Hogue, and Matt Herder celebrate the recent sale of Chatham Chrysler to the Lally family.

Lally family purchases two local dealerships

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The Lally family certainly believes in Chatham-Kent. Earlier this month, Vince Lally and family completed the purchase of Chatham Chrysler and Chatham Mazda,...

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YA to triple its C-K workforce

YA Canada, fresh on the heels of a fall expansion, is now about to triple its Chatham workforce. The call centre company, located on...

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Another grower in Chatham-Kent

There’s another grower in the medical cannabis field in Chatham-Kent, one that is moving swiftly through the process of gaining security...

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C-K home sales remain brisk

Home sales from April were still above-average, according to the local realtors association. Residential sales activity recorded through...

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The Chatham Lawn Bowling season is underway with a new program this year for visually impaired bowlers. Thanks to the Anjema Eye Institute, six sets of coloured bowls help the bowlers “see.” Pictured on the right is Patricia Cap from Anjema Eye Institute with some of the visually impaired bowlers and their aides.

Lawn bowling club back in action

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Lawn bowling has returned to Chatham at Tecumseh Park and the local lawn bowlers group is hosting a special event on June 3, with free games and prizes. According to the...

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Riding the wind in Rondeau Bay

The recent warm weather and high winds made for ideal windsurfing conditions. Here a surfer enjoys zips across the...

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Genevieve Sasseville, 14, will swim with Team Ontario at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg this year. She’s a member of the Chatham Pool Sharks.

Shark to swim for Team Ontario

Chatham Pool Shark’s Genevieve Sasseville, 14, will hit the water in Winnipeg this summer as a member of Team Ontario...

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From left, CK Pickleball Club president Jay Salisbury, local radio personality Peter Cobb, Chatham-Kent Essex MPP Rick Nicholls and Chatham-Kent Chief of Police Gary Conn took part in the Pickleball for Hospice events on the weekend at the Thames Campus HealthPlex.

Pickelballers raise $8,000 for C-K Hospice

  The Chatham-Kent Pickleball Club and Thames Campus HealthPlex had a great turnout of players and celebrities for...

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