Are you going to be at Lamoureux Park Monday December 14? Olympic Torch Relay – Rik Saaltink – It’s showtime Cornwall Ontario!

Are you going to be at Lamoureux Park Monday December 14?  Olympic Torch Relay – Rik Saaltink – It’s showtime Cornwall Ontario!

Smile Cornwall.  The World will be watching you this week!

Between the 2009 Year in Review at the Aulstville Theatre in St. Lawrence College on Friday at 7AM, and The Olympic Torch Relay which comes through Cornwall Ontario tomorrow at noon in Lamoureux Park people will be buzzing.

Graham Greer will be performing and there will be all sorts of entertainment and festivities.

Not even this winter squall will hold back the festive spirit of our city!

Pitt street will be closed to traffic from 10:30-2PM and Water street will be closed from 9-2PM

Rik Saaltink will be running in place, and honor of his late daughter Heather who was a victim of an alleged drunk driver.   It should be an emotional run for Rik and for Cornwall.

About the Torch Relay

torchrelayThe Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay is a 106-day celebration that started in Victoria, British Columbia on October 30, 2009. The Olympic Flame will travel over 45,000 kilometres across Canada making it the longest domestic relay in Olympic history. Over the course of the relay, 12,000 torchbearers will have the opportunity to carry the Olympic Flame.

“One of the most inspiring ways to get involved in the Olympic experience as it sweeps across Canada is to help escort that magnificent Olympic Flame,” said John Furlong, Chief Executive Officer of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC). “Everyday Canadians have the opportunity to sign up to become Olympic Torchbearers and have the experience of a lifetime.”

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