Petrolia Topic



HST included Wednesday, May 14, 2014

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Photo submitted Lambton Mutual Insurance has donated $10,000 to the proposed Lambton Children?s Safety Village. At the cheque presentation are village committee member Julie Maw, left, committee chair Mary Ann Buntrock, Lambton Mutual president and CEO Deb Van Eyk, and Lambton Mutual board chair Jim Duffy. A fundraising campaign is under way for the village, to be located in Mooretown.

PizzaFest: A new slice of life for Petrolians

Petrolia Topic staff The Town of Petrolia is having a new signature community event that will be a new slice of life for families. PizzaFest will be held by the town and its community services department on Saturday, June 7 in Victoria Park in downtown Petrolia. The day will include live local music, a beer garden and pizza. The event will take place from 12 noon to 7 p.m. and include bouncy castles for children to play in. The event will include Streets Eatery & Pub, Helen?s Hideaway Restaurant & Pizzeria, Bud?s Pizza, and Godfather?s Pizza. ?The day will be all about pizza, and fun for the entire family,? says a town news release. A full day of local music is planned and bands confirmed for the first annual PizzaFest are Borderline, Back Up Jenny, The Starbright Band, The Tail Draggers and The Scotch Prophets. The performers will play from the Victoria Park bandshell. The event is the first of its kind in Petrolia, and community services director Dave Menzies said ?...this is really just the beginning. Next year, this event will grow, and be even bigger.? He said all local pizza restaurants CONTINUED > PAGE 5

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