By SooToday.com Staff
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Welcome to our weekly wrap-up of the week that was.
Sometimes life is just too hectic to take it all in, we understand and have compiled the events of the last week for your spooky viewing pleasure.
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Also this week:
We were reminded that parking on the street is a no-no starting next week
The School board cleared up some info regarding Superior Heights construction delays
A charity organization came up with a great fund raising idea, and got awesome results!
The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming
The award for Business of the Year went to?
A dog day afternoon was had by all
The zombies rampaged through town looking for brains, MORE BRAINS!
Speaking of zombies, Bob Hope had some thoughts on the subject
Watch a scene from 'Ghost Breakers' below.
Speaking of spooky zombies, again, get your scare-on by watching this You Tube video Top10 Scariest Movies (over 2 million other people have watched it)
Also this week;
We were introduced to the biggest winner in Ontario since 1975
The Brody family suffered a tragic loss
We learned it’s the smallest things in life that count
Coronation Street fans were sad
There will be a new entry this year when Santa cruises down Queen, a 'Christmas Costume Pet Parade’ Yippee!
And now, straight out of Riverside CA we have the mother of all Halloween decorating light sequencing displays set to Tim Burton's This is Halloween from Nightmare Before Christmas
Tender lumplings everywhere
Life's no fun without a good scare
This is Halloween! This is Halloween!
Also this week:
it was announced Elementa is mothballing it's pilot plant on Fifth Line
We got more flags-a-flying
Saultite Jeannette Orazietti revealed that she stars in an episode of Slice Networks Cake Walk airing in November
We alerted anyone that has ever purchased or sold a home with a local Century 21 agent in the last 40 years that they need to call them up because they are eligible to win a trip!
It was announced that the Office of the Chief Coroner will be conducting a review of cycling deaths across the province.
The Sault Chamber of Commerce gave out awards to some folks you may know
We started counting our pennies because nothing sounds better than boarding a plane at the Sault airport in the middle of winter, and stepping off a few hours later in sunny Punta Cana!
We were proud of these committed volunteers
We found out the Innovation Centre is doing some very innovative stuff and appointed a new VP of Development
It was announced that kids can build a craft with their favourite Greyhound at Home Depot next month
We were surprised at the amount of money it takes to get Superior Heights a new mascot
Possamai Construction was thanked for what they did out front of the Soup Kitchen
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We lit a candle by our computer in honour of all those we lost from our community...
Scott Brodie, Joeseph Robinson, Donna Dowding,Judith Mcbain, Dorothy Carter, Mary Lundrigan, Margaret Ignacy, Phyllis Gendron, Matthew Huluk, Mary Falcons, Cathy Luck, Barbara Hay, Pamela Champagne, Sue Bonin, Joseph Boyle, Todd Olendy, Senta Suurana, Nic Bellinger, Aria rawlings, Auguste Mahler, Roseanne Burch and one of the longest serving members of Sault Ste. Marie City Council, Mike Sanzosti.
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