2022 Registration Reminder, News (St. Marys Minor Ball)

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Feb 21, 2022 | Rachel Torrance | 1071 views
2022 Registration Reminder
Please be sure to register online for the 2022 season by February 28.  Late registrations will not be guaranteed a place on a team.  

Payments are due by March 31, 2022. Please send an e-transfer to [email protected].  If you have any questions, please send an email to [email protected].

Thank you to everyone who has already registered and sent payment.

Sponsors
Hubbard Pharmacy Ltd.
Since 1850, the building at 155 Queen Street East has proudly served the St. Marys community and surrounding areas. The brick-faced stone building which currently occupies the address was built in 1882 by Sidney Fraleigh and has operated as a pharmacy since 1913. The McIntyre family were the pioneers of what would eventually become Hubbard Pharmacy. In the late 1960s, after the McIntyre's, the pharmacy became owned by Al Duesburry and later by Ron Sage. In 1989, upon the passing of Mr. Sage, Hubbard Pharmacy got its name after being purchased by Dwayne and Cathy Hubbard. In 2016 Erin Dunbar became a partner, and in March 2020 Hubbard Pharmacy was purchased by Erin and David Dunbar.
Royal Canadian Legion
05-236 PERTH REGIMENT VETERANS' ST. MARY'S PO BOX 1036 STN MAIN ST MARYS, ON N4X 1B7 CA
Optimist Club of Downie
The Optimist Club of Downie promotes optimism as a philosophy of life, aids in the development of youth and encourages community involvement.
Forman Electric
Forman Electric Ltd. was established by Andy Forman in 2003 and has the experience, skill and resources to do the job right. We employ a staff of highly trained and licensed technicians who expand our service capabilities by continually upgrading our technological skills through education and training. We strive to be on the leading edge of technology, offering our customers the latest, safest skills required to be in the forefront of our competitors and to offer you the best service available.
St. Marys Cement
Since its founding in 1912 in St. Marys, Ontario by John Lind and Alfred Rogers, St Marys Cement has been a major producer of cementitious materials in the Great Lakes Region. With six plants strategically located to serve Canadian and US customers and a production capacity over five million metric tonnes, St Marys Cement participated in such landmark projects as the CN Tower, Roy Thompson Hall, Maple Leaf Gardens and the Darlington Nuclear Station, as well as countless other engineering, civic and residential projects that significantly contributed to the growth and prosperity of the region.
Social Thirty-One
At the heart of our business is a passion for sustainability and supporting our local community. We source our ingredients from local farmers and producers whenever possible and constantly explore new ways to reduce our environmental impact. We are committed to providing exceptional service and an unforgettable experience for all of our guests. Looking to the future, we are excited to continue growing and evolving alongside the St. Marys community. We are grateful for the support of our loyal guests and always look forward to welcoming new faces to our table.