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See posting below for info on Shilobrat Boat Cruise mini-reunion. Please book soon to ensure your place on the boat and hotel, if required (looks like you could team up for a hotel room)

Added: April 15, 2019
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Hi all

We have decided to move the Boat Cruise to Gananoque. Gan is only 18 miles from Kingston.

The date of the cruise will now be July 26th. The boat line is called Gananoque Boat Lines and the Hotel is Howard Johnson’s if you want to look them up.

Cruise is $49.95 plus tax for a two hour cruise dinner and entertainment. To book Gananoque Boat Lines # 888-717-4837, which boards at 6:30 pm on July 26th .The entertainment is oldies music and they are good, I have seen them before.

The hotel $114 and up depending on the room you want. Hotel is Howard Johnson's 613-417-1215 use this instead of 800 # Room Rates 2 queens $114 2 queens deluxe $143 3 queens $159. We want to be in the building that is closest to the office.

YOU MUST!!! Look after booking your cruise and room. When booking your cruise and hotel you MUST book it in the next two weeks in order to save a spot on the boat and in the hotel. This is a very busy tourist town! We have asked them to hold 10 rooms for now.

So come on brats get your brat holiday booked!!!

If you don’t book early you could be swimming alongside the boat or sleeping in the park.

Please let me know if you will be attending

Bill Brown


Added: April 10, 2019
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Bessie Maie Hill was a client of mine and a fine lady. I was pleased to see her at the reunion. My sympathy to her family. I know she will be missed.

Added: April 2, 2019
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Condolences to the family of Bessie Marie Hill, who taught in Shilo from 1962-65. She passed away in Deer Lodge Hospital on 30 March 2019 at age 85 years. Rest in peace, dear friend.

Added: April 2, 2019
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Thank you Doug for the confirmation.

I haven't been posting much at all on this wonderful and important site and I missed a wonderful Winnipeg reunion. I have been dealing with cancer of the esophagus for several years.

I'm doing okay at the moment and hope to be out checking on our mascots, my skink buddies, this summer.


Added: March 27, 2019
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Erro[ stroke confirmed. He is at St. Boniface Hosp. Once we learn his condition, we (me and my son, Greg's former agent) will visit him and keep you all up to date

Added: March 26, 2019
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I've just heard from my sister Karen that Greg Leskiw has suffered a stroke. Does anyone have confirmation concerning this?

Added: March 26, 2019
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Hi
My name is Suzanne (Sue) Perron and I lived in Shilo at the age of 7-8-9..
My four brothers and I, Paul, Art, Bob and baby Mike, lived in Shilo from
1956 to 1959. My dad was CO, Colonel A C Perron and we lived at 17 Sapper.
It was the CO residence at the time as the current one was not built yet.
Sapper was the last street in the camp as the entrance was from the other
side of camp. Our back yard gave onto the prairie where we often picnicked
amongst 3 rows of small pine tries, probably recently planted. I remember
when the prairie was full of colourful crocuses in spring. I think it is
farm land now I guess. We also played on the huge snow banks on the road
leading to the small airport and parachute practice jump (it was a dirt
road). I am wondering about my best friends from those days. Maybe you have
a list of members. We all lived on Sapper : Jane Liston, Jean Carpenter,
Joceline Amireault, Jacky Malory, Jane Hipwell, Vivian Drury ... Anyways,
if you have any leads let me know. Also I have a few pictures but don't know
how to attach them here!


Added: March 23, 2019
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I remember Janice and I only ran into her in Winnipeg a few times. She was a beautiful person and the very definition of a free spirit. my condolences to her family

Added: March 7, 2019
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I would like to let everyone know that my beautiful, brilliant sister Janice passed away peacefully on December 29 th. She was surrounded by love, music, friends and family , and she was at home. My mother, her husband Gary and I were by her side when she died. We had a Celebration Of Life for her on February 2 nd. It was a wonderful celebration, attended by 150 people, including Robin Agardy Kilistoff, Wayne Helgason, and Clancy Robinson. She will be greatly missed.

Added: March 7, 2019
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