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From the vault - May 18, 1988

George Payne, part-owner of Parsons Pond Seafoods, rolls a barrel of lump roe at the company’s plant. After it’s packed, the roe is rolled for 21 days to allow it to settle before being sent overseas for further processing.
George Payne, part-owner of Parsons Pond Seafoods, rolls a barrel of lump roe at the company’s plant. After it’s packed, the roe is rolled for 21 days to allow it to settle before being sent overseas for further processing.

“Got to Get Me Stamps B’y”, a Harriot Curtis Collegiate Drama Group production, had the audience laughing from beginning to end at the high school in St. Anthony last Tuesday. The cast included (l-r) Chris Brown, Paul Johnson and Kirb Mitchelmore.
“Got to Get Me Stamps B’y”, a Harriot Curtis Collegiate Drama Group production, had the audience laughing from beginning to end at the high school in St. Anthony last Tuesday. The cast included (l-r) Chris Brown, Paul Johnson and Kirb Mitchelmore.

The Esso Medallions of Achievement were presented at the Straits Minor Hockey banquet in Anchor Point Friday night. Those who received the awrads were: Front (l-r) – Tristan Toope, most valuable player; Brian Dredge, most sportsmanlike player; Jebby Taylor, most sportsmanlike player; Shawn McLean, most improved player; Neil Gould, most improved player; Wyman Toope, most sportsmanlike player; second row – Corey Gibbons, most improved player; Nelson Whalen, most valuable player; Dane Genge, most valuable player; Greg Genge, most sportsmanlike player; Justin Gaulton, most improved player, and Darryl Gibbons, most valuable player; back – Roland Gould, most valuable player; Dwayne Tucker, most valuable player; Martin Gould, most improved player; and Seaward Genge, most improved player.
The Esso Medallions of Achievement were presented at the Straits Minor Hockey banquet in Anchor Point Friday night. Those who received the awrads were: Front (l-r) – Tristan Toope, most valuable player; Brian Dredge, most sportsmanlike player; Jebby Taylor, most sportsmanlike player; Shawn McLean, most improved player; Neil Gould, most improved player; Wyman Toope, most sportsmanlike player; second row – Corey Gibbons, most improved player; Nelson Whalen, most valuable player; Dane Genge, most valuable player; Greg Genge, most sportsmanlike player; Justin Gaulton, most improved player, and Darryl Gibbons, most valuable player; back – Roland Gould, most valuable player; Dwayne Tucker, most valuable player; Martin Gould, most improved player; and Seaward Genge, most improved player.

Nine-year-old Brian Guinchard (left) Lloyd Sinnicks, 11, are two of the tallest people in Hawkes Bay since they each built a pair of stilts for walking around the community. The two boys spend many of their spare hours practising on the stilts. They say that walking backwards is the hardest part of mastering the stilts.
Nine-year-old Brian Guinchard (left) Lloyd Sinnicks, 11, are two of the tallest people in Hawkes Bay since they each built a pair of stilts for walking around the community. The two boys spend many of their spare hours practising on the stilts. They say that walking backwards is the hardest part of mastering the stilts.

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