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Alison Saunders

When writing, Alison Saunders normally has her head up in the clouds creating custom books for some of the younger pirates, zombies, vampires, princesses (and the like) of our community, however, occasionally she will return to planet earth, take note of current happenings and have them published in the Cambridge Citizen. Her photography has been published in numerous periodicals including the Cambridge Citizen, The Cambridge Times, Velvet Rope and SPOKE as well as posters, bus ads, and greeting cards. When not writing, she can normally be found daydreaming in her Photography Studio on Queen Street in Cambridge. Alison Saunders Rowan Photography Studio 26 Queen Street East Cambridge, Ontario, N2C 2A6 www.rowanphotostudio.com

Good Omens: Hespeler is Bitten Again

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October 11, 2013

Leader of the pack

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June 18, 2013

June 3, 2013 marks an exciting day at the Cambridge Kips Gymnastic Club; Charmaine Dilley will be leaving her current position as General Manager and officially become the Head Coach. “I’m very excited about this position,” Dilley excitedly testifies, “I love the kids & their families, love coaching, love gymnastics, love the Kips Club, and […]


Be-Bop-A-Lula! And I don’t mean maybe!

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April 25, 2013

The region now has access to a 2-hour Rockabilly Radio Station, and who better to host it than the Tri Cities most popular and beloved Rockabillies; Jennie Rage and Rockin’ Ramzi. Starting Friday, March-08-13, Jennie and Ramzi will be hosting The Rockabilly Room, a weekly 2-hour Rockabilly radio show on CKMS 100.3 Sound FM Radio […]


Taking the world by storm

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April 24, 2013

Beautiful and brilliant June Storm, best known as the sexy Pin-Up model from Tillsonburg, Ontario, has begun the publication of Lush Kittens Pin Up Magazine, which provides Vintage inspiration for a Modern World, and gives southwestern Ontario another feather to its’ creative cap. Storm is a one woman show, taking care of submission approval, editing, […]


From Olympic Hopeful to Beloved Coach

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March 9, 2013

In 2002, 14-year old Sarah Chapman was on top of the world. The award winning champion gymnast was training 35 hours a week and well on her way to the 2004 summer Olympics, when the unthinkable happened… she was pushed down by a fellow classmate at school; she felt her elbow pop out and although […]


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