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Total Sports Youth Fund to help fund local kids and teams

Sports are not cheap. At minimum, families will spend $1,000 annually per child on sports. That $1,000 gets your child into introductory or recreational leagues and activities. What if your child is very talented or exceptional when playing at these recreational levels, what’s next?

Napanee to host OASA U17 Eliminations this weekend

Host Napanee Express will open its schedule Friday on Canada Day at 7:30 p.m. against the winner of an earlier game between Fitzroy Harbour and Westport. Teams need to lose twice to be eliminated from the double-knockout tournament.

What you should know about buying your teens first vehicle

If your teenager just passed their final driving test, they’re probably gearing up to look for their first car — and it’s more than likely that you’ll be enlisted to help them find insurance.

Martial arts is for everyone

Loyalist Martial Arts Academy has thriving programs for youth with benefits that extend beyond the mat. 

Hometown Heroes – Ryan Williams

So what is a Hometown Hero? Is it a local athlete who has gone on to do great things in the sports world and represents our community wherever they go? Is a Hometown Hero the parent who sacrifices their sleep, free time and hard- earned money so their child can be involved in minor sports?

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