The TemSAR unit thanked the Frog’s Breath Foundation for the grant of $30,000 which is being used by the unit to relocate at the Earlton-Timiskaming Regional Airport with a new headquarters. Pictured here at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new headquarters on May 28 are, from left: airport manager Harold Cameron, Airport Authority chair and Temiskaming Shores Mayor Carman Kidd, TemSAR member Bryan Rice, Harley Township chief administrative officer Michel Lachapelle, TemSAR member John Barry, Frog’s Breath director Bill Brookfield, TemSAR supporter Peter Graydon, Frog’s Breath director Steve Stinkowji, Harley Township economic development officer Jordan Kemp, TemSAR unit director Jim Graydon, Airport Authority member and Thornloe Village Reeve Earl Read, Timiskaming-Cochrane MPP John Vanthof, TemSAR member Norm Hawirko, TemSAR member Bill Graydon, and Airport Authority member and Chamberlain Township Reeve Kerry Stewart. (Staff photo by Darlene Wroe)

Airforce drops by with Hercules and parachuters

  Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter ARMSTRONG TOWNSHIP – TemSAR (Temiskaming Search and Rescue) officially opened its new headquarters Monday, May 28. The Hercules and the Royal Canadian Air Force Search…

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Airforce drops by with Hercules and parachuters was last modified: June 20th, 2018 by Editorial Staff