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Every time a female runner enters a marathon, a small offering should be made to Kathrine Switzer. No, she isn’t from around here, but since I’m a runner (and female – insert smiley face here) I thought I’d veer off … Continue reading
Another great story from “Was I Ever Lucky”, a memoir I am editing for long-time Windsorite, Barbara Kersey (née MacDonald). When my father, mother, little brother and I first came to Windsor from Nova Scotia in the mid-1920s, we lived … Continue reading