God has a hand in this and whatever He decides is what it is.–Charlene Inch Seated on the sofa in her living room, Charlene cautiously begins to talk about the disease that has haunted her the past decade of her life. She is tired, understandably so, she has finished her twelfth round of never-ending chemotherapy … More Still a Survivor: The Charlene Inch Story
A Collective of Musicians Pay Homage to Kait Shannon Everytime a bell rings, an angel gets her wings. So here are your wings Kait Pauline Winkle Music flows as abundantly as wine here in Prince Edward County, and the selection is just as smooth and pleasant. Today in Picton United Church, the line-up of musicians … More A County Tribute to a Bright Star
A rainy cold day in Prince Edward County is generally good for staying indoors and keeping warm and dry. Not today. Today is County Pop, an eclectic smorgasbord of music, food, art, and human connection designed to bring the County together. Tonight was the third instalment of #CountyPop. Its a combination food truck and music … More County Pop: The Ultimate County Party
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
Stache on Main proprietor is taking a well-deserved break down in sunny Jamaica. While it is MOSTLY about the sun, sand, ocean and drinks, Kyla took a detour today and went on a little work project…check out her photos. (see below) Here is the description of her day, as told from her Facebook page: “I … More County Girl’s Magical Day in Jamaica!
“When it comes to my music career, I don’t know when to stop. I don’t know when I’ve made it or if I haven’t made it. I just know I’m having fun doing it.” ~Jamie Stever Keith Urban walks into a boardroom one day, and Jamie Stever is sitting at the table. Internal dialogue: Be … More Wasting the Day With a Few Good Friends of Mine: Jamie Stever
He saved a cat from a tree a few years back. It’s that feat of bravado that he is able to speak about with ease and pride. He describes in vivid detail how his girlfriend’s cat had gotten stuck at the top of a tree that was approximately 30 feet high. They only had a … More The Reluctant Piano Man: Ben Vandergaast
Written and submitted to People of PEC by Emily Boone: Completely poised and confident, Emily Boone stood before a room full of veterans and her community. Her speech on Remembrance Day at Picton United Church on November 11, 2016 was both eloquent and deeply moving. In memory of the late Russell Burrows. In her own … More In His Granddaughter’s Own Words
“Okay Lord I’ll do it, but remember, this was your idea not mine.”- Rev. Stan Whitehouse Stan Whitehouse was only sixteen years old when he enlisted in the Reserve Army in 1942, and by 1943 he was finally a member of the Active Army. He was a Boy Enlistment in the Royal Canadian Engineers during … More No Longer a Boy: World War 2 Reflections From a Choir Boy
“I call her my warrior woman.” Jeanette Arsenault Best known for her music and social activism over the years, the thing that Jeanette is most proud of is being a mother. Of all the things she has done, which include singing at 2 Olympic Games, recording 7 solo albums and 1 collaboration with her trio … More “This is My Daughter”: Jeanette Arsenault and Kait.