Galt Athletic Awards
Anenthusiastic crowd of students, teachers, coaches and proud parents attended Alexander Galt High School’s Athletic Awards last Wednesday. The top awards for both athleticism and academics are the Ella Hoy Trophy, for a female, and the Reg Newton Trophy for a male. Samantha Young, from Ayer’s Cliff, received the Ella Hoy Trophy as well as the “G” of Excellence, while Caleb Willms received the Reg Newton Trophy. The Female Athlete of the Year went to Cynthia Dupont and Male Athlete of the Year was shared between Stanstead East’s Cameron Murphy and Georgeville’s Will Camber. Cycle one Athletes of the Year were Loic Lavallee Mercier and Lindsay Moore.
The Jenn Daigneault Trophy, awarded to a community member for volunteering, was given to Earl Elson for, among other things, his wonderful photographs such as the one he sent to this newspaper which appears on page one. The Physical Education Appreciation Award was given to Michael Fowlis and Ashley Coulombe.
Individual sport awards were given out to the following students: Cross country running, Caryn Van Zuiden, Patrick Delange; Soccer, Patrice Noel, Cameron Burns, Cortney Burnham, Kaily Mc Bean, Marissa Grenier, Mikhayla Patterson, Loic Mercier, Brandon Desruisseaux, Charlene Graham, Vanessa Stevens, Ryan McLean, Sebastien Lister, Joanie Viens and Alexandra Morin; Basketball, Loic
from Mercier,LucasComeau,DanikaLambert, Brooke Harrison, Ashley Wright, Rosalie Wubboltz, Jonathan Coté, Brandon Desruisseaux, Cassandra Bouchard, Eliane Wubboltz, Cameron Murphy, Owen MacDonald, Brandon Wright, Kelly Nichols, Cynthia Dupont, Katie Murray; Hockey, Denzel Sutherland, Loik Desfosses, Jean Michel Gosselin, Vincent Boutin, Kaleb Nimat; Badminton, Sasha Kalevar, Ashley Doherty; Swimming, Sasha Kalevar, Kimberley Lowry; Tennis, Sasha Kalevar, Irene Lasaga; Softball, Krista Sylvester, Cynthia Patterson, KassandraTardif,AshleyDoherty;Rugby, Kelly Hurdle, Alexandra Robb, Meggie Bolduc, Jordan Sutherland; Golf, William Camber.
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And, starting a tradition that should spread everywhere, North Hatley is buying a painting depicting an old house, this year, the work of Trevor McKinven. It is an example to follow for other towns.
If the latest book by Dan Brown has made you interested in Freemasonry, or if you simply have questions about Freemasonry and the Shriners that you have always wanted to ask but did not know where to get them answered, then plan to visit the Freemason’s “Open House”, where both English and Frenchspeaking Masons will be happy to assist you. Please feel free to bring your family members with you. The building will be open to all who would like to see and have a guided tour around the inside of a Freemason’s Lodge Room. Members of the Shriners will also be there to answer questions about the services they offer to the community.
As a fraternal association dedicated to making good men better, Freemasonry is not a substitute for church or religion. The Fraternity urges its members to practise their own particular religious beliefs in their daily lives. Freemasonry is open to all men of good character and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion or social class.
This is an opportunity to visit and speak to Masons who live in your community, to ask questions and to understand what makes a man a Mason. Light refreshments will be available.
Other local Masonic lodges can be found in Stanstead, Gould, Magog, North Hatley, Richmond, Sawyerville and Thetford Mines.
Trophy winners at the Galt Athletic Awards were (l. to r.) Female Athlete of the Year Cynthia Dupont, Ella Hoy winner Samantha Young, Male Athletes of the Year Cameron Murphy and Will Camber, and Reg Newton winner Caleb Willms.