The year in re­view

Truro Daily News - - FRONT PAGE -

The past year brought cause for cel­e­bra­tion and, for some, great loss. To­day we look back at the im­ages that de ned 2018.

RICHARD GRAY/ WORLD CURL­ING FED­ER­A­TION It was a big-time cel­e­bra­tion for Lind­sey Burgess of Truro and her cousin Kar­lee Burgess of Hilden af­ter their team won gold with skip Kait­lyn Jones at the World Ju­nior Women's Curl­ing cham­pi­onships last March in Aberdeen, Scot­land. Seen cel­e­brat­ing with their cup are, from left, coach An­drew Ather­ton, al­ter­nate Lau­ren Le­nen­tine,lead Lind­sey Burgess, sec­ond Kar­lee Burgess, third Kristin Clarke and skip Kait­lyn Jones.


Dur­ing his 39 years of car­ing for an­i­mals at the Shube­nacadie Pro­vin­cial Wildlife Park, Bert Vis­sers got to know many of the var­i­ous species but the moose came to be his favourite, in part be­cause of their per­son­al­i­ties and gan­gly ap­pear­ance. Vis­sers of­fi­cially re­tired as park man­ager at the end of March.


Af­ter al­most 29 years of op­er­at­ing out of the Peo­ple's Church on Elm Street, the Colch­ester Chris­tian Academy moved into larger, newly re­fur­bished quar­ters in March when it took over the for­mer East Court Ele­men­tary school in Bi­ble Hill. Teach­ers and stu­dents alike were ex­cited about the move. Above, teacher Pauline Mackin­non is seen look­ing through some of the books in the K4-to-k5 classroom with stu­dents Owen Mcleod and Made­lyn Miller. Many vol­un­teer hours went into the school’s re­fur­bish­ment.

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