Drop by the Barrie, Orillia, Owen Sound or South Georgian Bay campuses between 5 and 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18th for Community Night. Registration is not required and parking tokens will be provided. You’ll be able to explore part- and full-time certificate, diploma and degree programs, take a campus tour, speak one-on-one with staff, ask questions and get answers and get help with your college application. If you’re not sure which career path or program is right for you, at the Barrie and Orillia campuses you can take part in complimentary career testing or make an appointment to connect with a career consultant (limited space available). The South Georgian Bay Campus in Collingwood will provide a special focus on studying Practical Nursing part-time. At the Barrie Campus, Financial Aid staff will be on hand to help you apply online for OSAP. RSVP through GeorgianCollege.ca.
Other ways to connect with Georgian this summer:
Book an evening telephone appointment to discuss your program options and career goals:
Book a campus tour.
Attend skilled trades and technology workshops on July 29th.
Attend Kick Start Your Future (college application workshop) on Aug. 15th.
To find out, more visit GeorgianCollege.ca, email email@example.com or phone 705-722-5152. (Source: Georgian College)
Just before 2 a.m., July 9th, Grey County OPP responded to a report of a break and enter in progress at a residence on St. Vincent Street in Meaford. The suspect forcibly entered the residence, causing damage to the door, then proceeded to the second floor of the house where he had fallen asleep. Police attended and arrested the male, who was known to the home-owner. Alcohol was a factor. A 33-year-old male of Meaford, was charged with Mischief Under $5000 and fail to comply with a probation order. He was held for a bail hearing July 9th and will next appear in court July 13th. Several happier notes: a nine-year Cambridge girl who had gone missing in Huron County was located yesterday and Collingwood and The Blue Mountains OPP charity BBQ and car wash last week collected just over $900, which will go towards Special Olympics Canada. (Source: muskoka411)
Note: Highway 26, just east of Thornbury at Indian Brook is still reduced to one lane due to road construction with temporary traffic lights in place.
In baseball action with no games played last night… Chris Sale will become the first pitcher to make consecutive All-Star starts representing different teams as the Boston Red Sox ace will start tonight’s game for the American League, and Washington’s Max Scherzer will open for the host National League. It’s the first game since 2002 where the outcome does not determine home-field advantage for the World Series. Game time tonight, 8 o’clock.