Stanstead’s Still Stand­ing episode airs next Tues­day

Stanstead Journal - - STANSTEAD JOURNAL - Vic­to­ria Vanier Stanstead

Stanstead­res­i­dents have only six more days to wait un­til the Stanstead episode of Still Stand­ing which airs on Au­gust 30th, on CBC Mon­treal at 9:00 pm, ear­lier on other CBC sta­tions. The show, star­ring Jonny Har­ris, highlights small Cana­dian towns that have seen bet­ter times but are try­ing to make their way back to pros­per­ity. Plenty of lo­cals will be fea­tured in the broad­cast, in­clud­ing the mem­bers of the Stanstead Vol­un­teer Fire Depart­ment. Now in its sec­ond sea­son, Still Stand­ing has proven pop­u­lar with the Cana­dian au­di­ence and has been re­newed for a third sea­son. Per­haps a dif­fer­ent East­ern Town­ships com­mu­nity will be vis­ited next year! ar­lier in Au­gust, a first an­nual bas­ket­ball clinic was held in Ayer’s Cliff Ele­men­tary School and at­tended by ten young­sters from Ayer’s Cliff and the sur­round­ing area. Or­ga­nized by Ayer’s Cliff res­i­dents Jef­fery School­craft, Pa­tri­cia Vanasse and one of their daugh­ters, for­mer Bishop’s Univer­sity Men’s bas­ket­ball coach Ed Pomykala led the clinic, with help from Justin Smith. The clinic was a suc­cess and the young ath­letes learnt a lot from the ex­pe­ri­enced coach.

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