VOLUME 2 NO. 4

JULY- SEPTEMBER 2004

A Publication of the Canadian Amateur Tug-of-War Association


 

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CATOWA COMMUNICATOR NOW PUBLISHED QUARTERLY

ARVA, ON - September 1, 2004

      The CATOWA COMMUNICATOR is currently undergoing some changes in its format and frequency of publication.  Since its inauguration in July, 2003, the periodical has been published six times a year (every second month).

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BREAD & HONEY FESTIVAL HOSTS ONTARIO LEAGUE'S FIRST EVENT FOR 2004 SEASON

STREETSVILLE, ON - June 6, 2004

      A large crowd was on hand for the second annual tug-of-war tournament held today on the Streetsville Memorial Park Island in Mississauga.  The event was organized by the Peel Regional Police and the Ontario Tug-of-War Association and featured 720K and catchweight classes for the men's teams as well as a catchweight class for the ladies.
 
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CAN-AM POLICE-FIRE GAMES CANCELLED

LONDON, ON - June 9, 2004

      Despite attempts to recruit teams that had previously competed at the Can-Am Police-Fire Games as well as bringing on local law enforcement clubs from the region, organizers were forced to cancel plans to go ahead with the 2004 event that had been scheduled for July 14th in Grand Bend, Ontario.

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2004 TWIF CONGRESS HELD IN CENTO, ITALY

CENTO, ITALY - April 24, 2004

      On April 23rd and 24th the TWIF Congress was held in Cento, Italy. Cento is the host town of the 2005 European Championships.  Canada's newly elected International Representative, Matthias Metzger attended the meeting ....

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WATERLOO SCHOOLS FEATURE TUG-OF-WAR
AT ANNUAL TRACK & FIELD EVENT

KITCHENER, ON - June 4, 2004

      The Waterloo Region District School Board held its annual track and field meet on May 27th through June 1st at Centennial Stadium in Kitchener.  The event which has been a tradition in the region since 1969, is open to all grades 7 and 8 students from the 33 schools across the Region of Waterloo. 

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OTOWA EXECUTIVE SETS AIMS AND OBJECTIVES FOR 2004

EMBRO, ON - May 8, 2004

      The Executive Committee of the Ontario Tug-of-War Association met on Tuesday, May 4th, 2004 in Embro, Ontario at the home of Ron Totten, treasurer of the association.  Malcolm Monteith called the meeting to follow up on items that had arisen at the annual meeting of council held in April and to chart the course for the new executive in 2004.

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WISCONSIN TEAMS DOMINANT
AT EMBRO HIGHLAND GAMES

EMBRO, ON - JULY 1, 2004

      The 67th annual Zorra Highland Games under the auspices of the Zorra Caledonian Society was held today at the Community Centre just west of the village of Embro.  

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Canadian Amateur
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Peter Duncan
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Malcolm Monteith
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