Tearsheets

Published in The Pioneer on Feb. 4, 2021
Published in The Pioneer on March 12, 2020
KINGSTON, Ont. (01/02/2020) – Kaetlyn Osmond, Canada’s most decorated female figure skater, performed at the Kingston Springer Market Square outdoor rink as part of the opening of Feb Fest in Kingston on Feb. 1. Osmond has a tattoo on her arm that says “Be yourself, Love yourself”. She certainly seemed to live by that motto on the ice in Kingston as she radiated the love of her sport. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
Published in The Pioneer on February 6, 2020
KINGSTON, Ont. (02/02/2020) – More brave souls dove into the frigid water of Lake Ontario at the Polar Plunge which was part of Feb Fest in Kingston on Feb. 2. There were about 100 hardy participants and money was raised for the Special Olympics. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
Published in The Pioneer on February 6, 2020
KINGSTON, Ont. (10/01/2020) – Hundreds of students and staff from Queen’s University came to reflect and to pay their respect for the victims of the Jan. 8 plane crash in Tehran. Amir Moradi, 21, a Queen’s University arts and science student was among the 176 people who died in that accident. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
Published in The Pioneer on January 16, 2020
KINGSTON, Ont. (10/01/2020) – During he vigil last week at Queen’s University, many of those attending left flowers and notes of support. Photo by Daniel Geleyn
Published in The Pioneer on January 16, 2020
WESTPORT, Ont. (30/05/2020) – Finley’s Walk for Water. Finley Johnston, 10, of Westport, Ont., set out to walk 350 kms to raise $3000 towards building a well for people living without fresh water. Johnston was inspired after reading a book and meeting Ryan Hreljac, Ryan’s Well Foundation founder. On May 30, Johnston set out with his family to complete the last 19 kms of his goal, his most ambitious daily walk. “I’m going to make it,” he said about halfway through his walk. That morning, he surpassed his fundraising goal of $3000. What an inspiration this young boy is! Our club is proud to have supported Finley in his efforts to raise money for the Ryan’s Well Foundation. Check out their website for more information at: ryanswell.ca. Photo by Daniel Geleyn