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Nothing brings people together like food—especially when they arrive at a party with their favourite salad, lasagna or brownies in hand. It’s no wonder, then, that we always love a good potluck. It’s easy on your budget but—more important—it’s fun and delicious. After all, if sharing a table makes a stranger a friend, sharing a kitchen makes them family. Here are our top tips to help you throw a stress-free potluck.
As regular season came to a close, the Pelham Lafarge Blue Jays played their final game against the Welland Marlins. The Jays started of scoring twice in the first with a double from Ryan McWiiliams. The Marlins found themselves against a tough defense from the Jays with some great fielding. Jakob Prins knocked down a line drive at first to make the out to prevent the Marlins from scoring. The hot bats of Bennet Stone and Noah Prins were unstoppable, as they both went 5 for 5 in the game. The Marlins managed to score late in the game but it was not enough as the Blue Jays took the game 7-1. The 8 player roster played a great game which included Jackson Lockey, Nathan Gojmerac, Morgan Cairney and William Looby. Coach Brian and Coach Mike were very proud of the way the Blue Jays played this season!
Since that’s a lot of talk about debt lately, I thought I’d write about it here. While the Provincial and Federal governments and businesses can run deficits, Towns and Cities cannot.