This week's edition of The Glengarry News includes a story about the Glengarry Soccer League's tier 2 men's division playoff finals. A photo gallery can be viewed here.
The GSL senior men's season wrapped on last Friday night, and we will have the story in the upcoming edition of The Glengarry News.
The senior men's soccer team from Greenfield is the 2017 Glengarry Soccer League champion, and we will have the full story in the upcoming edition of The Glengarry News. We also have a photo gallery for you here.
The second match of the best-of-three GSL senior men's championship final series is set for tonight in Vankleek Hill, on the VCI pitch, where the host squad will take on the victors from game 1, Greenfield. Start time is slated to be 8:30 pm.
For the full Glengarry Soccer League story, check out The Glengarry News.
The News dropped by Sunday night's rainy Glengarry Soccer League senior men's match between the Drillers and Greenfield. We have a story in the July 19 edition of the newspaper. Check out the photo gallery here.
As we reported in The Glengarry News, a quirk in the GSL schedule has the Drillers and Greenfield senior men's soccer teams playing each other twice this weekend.
Game one of the double bill is on tonight, with the second match Sunday night. Both are considered home games for Greenfield, though the action has been moved to Dunvegan. Start times are 8:30pm.
For all your Glengarry Soccer League news, be sure to pick up The Glengarry News.
Greenfield author Henri De Souza is seeking the public’s help in returning the remains of his late father to Togo, where he had been a chief.
Officially known as His Highness Chief Apetovia III of Kodjoviakope-Lome, Boniface De Souza passed away February 11.
“Fifteen months ago, Dad accepted a super-visa to come to visit his children and grandchildren in Canada. Due to his declining health, he did not go back to Togo, but unfortunately passed away, near Alexandria at the age of 75,” says Henri De Souza.
Because of his status, “It became important that his body be repatriated to Togo for burial,” notes Mr. De Souza.
The cost of funeral arrangements has spiked to $15,000.
In an effort to pay the expenses, the family has launched an online appeal, entitled “Help Bring The Chief Back.” The goal is $6,000. Visit gofundme.com/help-bring-the-chief-back to make a donation.