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Young cyclist honored

This picture shows four-year-old Gino Vettor being presented with a miniature gold cup at the Guelph Cycle Club's centennial bicycle races.

Young company recruits

This picture shows Peter Murley and Eric Trask gaining theatrical experience during the summer as members of Toronto Free Theatre's Young Company.

Young Canada Works Students

This photograph shows three students who were hired by the Community Hospital on Delhi to create an audio visual package for volunteer orientation and training. The hospital paid the students with a $5,500 grant. The students are Dave Rain, Adele Huiskamp, and John Bird.

This photograph is labelled as July 11-16, but was published July 15, 1977.

Young Asthma

This picture shows Michael Waller, who suffers from severe asthma, demonstrating that he is still able to bike and play with other kids.

Young Artists Stage

"What Canada means to me" was the theme of Canada's biggest-ever "paint-in" held in Guelph. About 300 children used oil pastels to draw pictures on papers fixed to windows of downtown Guelph stores as a Canada Week Project. Among the art admirers of the art work were Julie Vandramin and her children Tina, 9, Connie, 8, and Lori, 5. The picture shown is the creation of Pat and Peter Esztelecky.

Young Actors Theatre Company Presents 1837: The Farmers Revolt

The photograph shows three members of the Young Actors' Theatre group in their production of 1837: The Farmers' Revolt. There were 8 high school students selected to work with Guelph's professional company through a Young Canada Works federal grant: Anna Bortolon, Eric Coates, Alan Dearnley, John Devorski, Denise Gismondi, Debbie Hale, Andrea Richardson, and Lloyd Woods. The students worked for eight weeks to develop two children's plays but 1837: the Farmers' Revolt was their final project.

Young

This photograph shows Eleanor Roesler, a public school student from Waterloo, trying out a loom at the pioneer display at the Wellington County Museum.

You'll never make that

This picture shows members of the Guelph Naval Association during their annual Seniors Day.

You must have been

This picture shows the Men-O-Pause Maidens who dressed up for the past-president of the Guelph Figure Skating Club for a night of fun.

You gotta have art

This picture shows Melanie Newell learning painting skills in a class held at the Delhi Recreation Centre.

You Gotta Hand It

This picture shows Don Johannes of Guelph break dancing at the Guelph YM-YWCA.

You Can See Through His Art

This photograph shows master glass blower David Chandler putting on a demonstration for shoppers at the Willow West Mall during a craft fair.

You Can Get Two In The Back

This photograph shows Graham Paige and Suzy Chamberlain at the Craven Foundation collection of antique cars in Stone Road Mall.

York upset by St. Francis

This picture shows Platers' goalie Scott Mosey pouncing on a loose puck during first-period action at Memorial Gardens.

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