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Here’s what’s happening for Thursday, April 11th:

Here’s what’s happening in Prescott:

Bell times will stay the same at public schools in our area. During the Upper Canada District School Board meeting Wednesday night, it was confirmed that the timelines for reviewing and discussing changes to bell times would be this October. That means that for the upcoming school year, September to June 2025, the bell times will stay the same.

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Thirteen small businesses in our area are getting a boost to get up and running. The United Counties of Leeds Grenville is helping them through the Starter Company Plus Program. After completing training on the fundamentals of business, creating a business plan and understanding cash flows each of the recipients received a grant of between $1,000 and $5,000 to help with their business needs. The businesses are from various sectors, including health services, trades and food services and are located throughout the region.

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If you’re looking to get rid of your solar eclipse glasses you have another option. Students at South Grenville District High School in Prescott are holding an eclipse glasses donation drive. The school says the donations will be used to help provide education for students in South America. The deadline to drop off your glasses to the school is April 26th.

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Brockville residents are being asked to vote on the Crossing Guard of the Year award. You can nominate your candidate until May 17th. The winning guard will receive $500 cash, and the school that casts the most votes will win a $300 Canadian Tire gift card. You can go to the Ottawa Safety Council website to learn more.

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