She would sooner know a customer by their sandwich than she would by their name. There are customers that to this day still call her “Mom”. … More Que Será, Será: A Story of Life, Love and Sandwiches
Influence a child in the way they should go, and when they are old they shall not depart from it… Mabel doesn’t like change. She is the first to admit it. “Look at my house, everything is just as it has always been,” she says while gesturing around her living room. She’s right. Her living … More A Life Time Dedicated to Play: Mabel Pringle
No one will disagree that 2020 has been simply the worst. Despite the innumerable pitfalls this year has given us over and over, there have been a few remarkable people who have worked tirelessly to ensure there is something to smile about. With the upcoming holiday season, Instant Rivalry has rallied their friends to come … More The Back Forty is Spreading Cheer
I never anticipated that I would ever reveal my identity. Of course after all these years a lot of people have known. I have sat down with some fascinating people through this project, and I have been privileged to hear some amazing stories of human frailty, sadness, accomplishment, and excellence. All stories I have been … More The Person Behind the Stories: Revealing the Founder of People of PEC.
Ricc has been the janitor at The Regent Theatre for years. He doesn’t believe in ghosts. To reiterate–as he did–he doesn’t believe in ghosts. But a few years ago, when he was working the spot light in the loft one evening, he felt a tap on the shoulder. It wasn’t a light tap, it was … More Is The Regent Theatre Haunted? A People of PEC Halloween Special.
Do you live in Prince Edward County? Is your address located somewhere within the Prince Edward County Postal Code region? Then you are local. It makes no difference if you moved here only 6 months ago, or whether your family is 60 generation-County resident. If you reside within the island border of this beautiful, magnificent … More Everyone Gets to Be A Local
I’m a County girl born and bred as I say.lol My dad Don Turcotte worked at The Cement Plant. I fondly member going to town (Picton) and shopping at Lipsons for clothes shoes ,Stedmans ,Beamish,Stripe discount etc. I was in school parade when HJ McFarland would give silver dollar to participant. Great memories of picking … More #UniquelyCounty:Kathleen Turcotte
When I was a kid growing up in the county you would think all I liked to do was eat. I remember always going down to waupoos for a drive and following the old farm tractor pulling it’s wagon load to the canner is in Waupoos. My siblings and I would wait for some of … More #UniquelyCounty: Susanne Brown