Doppler Digest: the week in review

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If you’re joining us from social media, welcome! We wanted to share with you ALL of our posts from the past week – did you know that Facebook doesn’t show you every post from pages you follow? And tweets can fly by in a hurry. Here are the stories you may have missed as a result. (Don’t forget: you can sign up for our twice weekly email digests, too, to be sure you don’t miss anything. You’ll find the sign up form on our home page or just scroll down to the bottom of this post.)

News

Michael Strahan, right, shows off a picture of Arrowhead's skating trail to Kelly Ripa and LIVE!'s studio audience

Michael Strahan, right, shows off a picture of Arrowhead’s skating trail to Kelly Ripa and LIVE!’s studio audience

Rotary Club of Huntsville donates $10,000 to Huntsville Hospital Foundation

Parkbus brings city dwellers to winter fun at Arrowhead

Mayors looking for support on the future of health care in Muskoka at a joint meeting on February 1

Legal battle at Town Hall spans four terms of Council, has the makings of a made-for-TV saga

2015 Chamber of Commerce financial losses no surprise, says Chamber president

Arrowhead skating trail gets international attention, including Live! With Kelly and Michael

YMCA launches free Culinary Arts Pre-Apprenticeship Program

Canadian National Pond Hockey Championships cancelled due to poor conditions

Highlights of Town’s General Committee meeting – it was a quick one

Changes afoot in Huntsville’s planning department

Highlights of January 24 Council meeting

Rotary Club of Huntsville continues to empower girls with donation to YWCA Muskoka

Opinion

Hospital rallyListen Up! Why does the Hospital Board seem to be working against us instead of with us?

Listen Up! Eating into valuable green space in River Mill Park is not a parking solution

Community

Carol Corry put her knitting skills to good use to help keep local people warm

Carol Corry put her knitting skills to good use to help keep local people warm

Local woman, Carol Corry, knit a bevy of scarves to keep strangers warm

Duplicate bridge results and tip: the preference bid

A promise is a promise: a profile of Bryan McKenzie

It’s Wayback Wednesday: the origins of event tourism in Huntsville?

Gone but not forgotten: a tribute to Dave MacDonald

Our Town with Grant Nickalls: When you get down, get out and play

Moving and grooving on a Sunday afternoon: local musician films first music video

Sports

Muskoka Ski Club racers (from left) Nolan Caswell, Luke Barnes, Justin Caswell, William Caswell, Matt Barnes, Sam Barnes, Andy Bulloch, Julia Caswell and Charlotte MacKenzie

Muskoka Ski Club racers (from left) Nolan Caswell, Luke Barnes, Justin Caswell, William Caswell, Matt Barnes, Sam Barnes, Andy Bulloch, Julia Caswell and Charlotte MacKenzie

Muskoka Ski Club racers (Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area) making the most out of their short season

Otters shut out opponents ahead of final regular season weekend

Hoyas Alpine Racing team continues to impress

For the love of the game: pond hockey volunteer Wilf McQuinn keeps it fun (too bad Mother Nature didn’t cooperate)

HHS Boys Basketball team on the verge of undefeated season

MUSAC swimmers put up national qualifying times at recent meets

Huntsville Judo Club impresses at Crown Hill Winter Invitational

Hundreds enjoy a great day at Arrowhead’s Muskoka Loppet

Real Estate

Susan Brown BannerGetting that perfect view: tree cutting dos and dont’s

Professionally Speaking

SH - Elizabeth O'ConnorRRSP deadline is approaching: here’s what you do if you haven’t set money aside

Coming Events

Wolves of AP headerJoint Huntsville/Bracebridge special Council meeting on two-site hospital model (February 1)

Monthly Connections: a gathering of the Muskoka Family Network (February 1)

The Wolves of Algonquin Park with Rick Stronks (February 3)

Mounting Sex in the Afternoon Zone: a play at the Studio Theatre (February 4-6)

Wibit Saturdays at the Centennial Pool

Out of This World art exhibition at the Canada Summit Centre (until February 15)

Applications open for free Culinary Arts Pre-Apprenticeship Program (until February 18)

Coldest Night of the Year: a walk in support of The Table Soup Kitchen (February 20)

5th Annual Bowl for Kids Sake (in Huntsville February 22 & 24)

Dine at the Pine: a pop-up restaurant in support of Pine Glen P.S. (February 25)

Fine Art Boot Camp for youth (February 27)

Ripple Effect art show at Eclipse Gallery (until April 4)

Check our events page for more!

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