The Innisdale Invaders senior boys volleyball team won the Collingwood Invitational tournament this past weekend. The Innisdale team includes, in the back row from left, coach David Gross, Matt Murray, Bryan Rodriguez, Kevin McFadden, Will MacDougall, Josh Osborne and coach Kyle Stashuk. In the front row, from left, are Mike MacKay, James Klatt, Connor Armstrong, Parker Clune and Justice Archer (sitting). Missing are Liam Gray, Josh Ross and Quade Butler. SUBMITTED

Collingwood invaded

The Innisdale Invaders senior boys volleyball team added four more wins to their season's perfect record on the weekend.

Jay Anstey, president of the Rotaract Club of South Georgian Bay, left, and Rotary Club of Collingwood members, Mary Gibson, public relations, and Nilusha Premasinghe, president, read one of the books donated at Collingwood’s YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka. Until Nov. 10 the YMCAs in Collingwood and Barrie are collecting children’s and young adult books to be shipped to South Africa along with surplus to be distributed to schools. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Story time

Jay Anstey, president of the Rotaract Club of South Georgian Bay, left, and Rotary Club of Collingwood members, Mary Gibson, public relations, and Nil

25 years for Toyota

Collingwood Toyota general manager Dean Lockhart and dealer principal Krista Walcroft enjoy a piece of cake in the back of a 2015 Rav 4 during the 25t

In hopes of smashing the current Guinness World Record of 73 hours, a group of local curlers played around the clock at the Coldwater District Curling Club in an effort to set a new mark, which they accomplished over the weekend. Above, Jeff Vanbodegom makes a delivery to sweepers Lauren Grealy and Michael Foster at the 29-hour mark. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Curling record shattered

Cheers, high-fives and hugs filled the Coldwater District Curling Club on Monday after 10 curlers broke the Guinness World Record for longest game.

Mayor of Arras France, Frédéric Leturque (centre) is led through a section of restored First World War trenches during his visit at CFB Borden, Saturday. The Battle of Arras was a British offensive during the First World War. From 9 April to 16 May 1917, British, Canadian, South African, New Zealand, Newfoundland, and Australian troops attacked German defences near the French city of Arras on the Western Front. Mark Wanzel The Barrie Examiner QMI

Visit back in time

Mayor of Arras France, Frédéric Leturque (centre) is led through a section of restored First World War trenches during his visit at CFB Borden, Saturd

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