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Fly Eagles, Fly!

Nepean Eagles’ Theo Awad-Bosco (55, centre), along with his teammates, helps lift the NCAFA Mosquito trophy high over their heads after defeating Kanata Knights 28-22 in the championship game at Minto Field (Nepean Sportsplex) on Sunday (Nov. 4). The Eagles went through the regular season (7-0-1) and playoffs (3-0) undefeated. For more on the Eagles, see page 21.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Chapman Thrills
Liam and Tommy Nieman, age 9 and 10 respectively, prowl around Beatrice Cemetery on Beatrice Dr. near Queensbury Dr. in the Chpaman Mills community of Barrhaven. The tradition of this haunting front yard was original conceived by the boys’ father, Dave Nieman, about 10 Halloweens ago with some help from neighbour Kevin Klepsch. The best part was that there were lots of tricks... plus tons of treats handed out last Wednesday at the front door by Liam and Tommy’s grandfather. See if you can spot the two boys in this photo.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Some suite Christmas gifts!
Kelsey Underwood, who is the hostess for the Bobby Ryan CHEO suite at Ottawa Senators games, and Carol Harper, Director of Premium Services at Canadian Tire Centre, get some help from Aramark employee Julie Fletcher (seated) as they prepare Christmas gift boxes for the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child program. The program sends gift boxes that include toys, hygiene items and school supplies to children in developing countries. Underwood, who was recognized by Aramark last year for her contribution to the community through the program, coordinates the program each year for the suite hostesses at Ottawa Senators games, many of whom live in Barrhaven. This year, the Aramark hostesses and staff at Canadian Tire Centre contributed 120 Christmas boxes and collected $270 for the shipping of the boxes to the Samaritan’s Purse program.
Jeff Morris photo
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Artists of Stonebridge will keep painting the town long after art show
Sherry Beckstead was one of many Barrhaven artists exhibiting at the Artists of Stonebridge Paint the Town Art Show and Sale.
Jeff Morris photo
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In the News
Honour Roll student has a passion for photography and technology

Elijah Robert is an Honour Roll student who has a passion for photography and technology.
Phill Potter photo
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Barrhaven Boys!
Barrhaven’s Michael Barbeau, age 8, poses for a photo with former Sens player Chris Kelly, who also lives in Barrhaven during Rogers Hometown Hockey festival at Algonquin College on Sunday (Nov. 4). Barbeau is a grade 3 student at St. Luke’s. Kelly, who has lived in Stonebridge for several years, played for the Senators for several seasons before joining the Boston Bruins, where he won a Stanley Cup in 2011. Kelly was the captain of Team Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics and finished his playing career in the Senators’ organization. Kelly stayed on with the team as a development coach.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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