Jacob Robinson, Simcoe Reformer

Jacob Robinson

Jacob Robinson is a multimedia journalist at the Simcoe Reformer and Delhi News-Record.

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The Lighthouse Festival Theatre's Young Company will present Beauty and the Beast from Aug. 16-19. Cast members Maggie Baker, 11, Quinn Wheldon, 13, and Justine Vervaeke, 15, rehearse at St. Paul's Parish Hall in Port Dover. JACOB ROBINSON/Simcoe Reformer

Young stars ready to shine

For 16 years, Marcus Lundgren has brought fairy tales and classic stories to life as director of the Lighthouse Festival Theatre's Young Company.

The Delhi Belgian Archery Club has found a new home at the Hungarian Hall on King Street. The new archery facility in the lower level of the Hungarian Hall played host to a Norfolk County skills program Thursday involving local youth. Among those trying their hand at the ancient art were Ashton McGregor, left, of Port Dover, and Sullivan "Sully" Shrubsole of Simcoe. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

New home for archery club

The Delhi Belgian Archery Club has landed a bulls-eye in its search for a new home.

Golfer Peyton Callens of Langton tied for eighth at the 2017 Canadian Junior Boys Championship in Kingston this week. JACOB ROBINSON/Simcoe Reformer

Callens in top 10 at junior championship

Langton golfer Peyton Callens tied for eighth at the 2017 Canadian Junior Boys Championship at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club in Kingston.

Simcoe Special Olympian Kara Hoskins, 26, has something to smile about after completing her first open water swim, a 3.8-kilometre route as part of the North Shore Challenge for Camp Trillium last Sunday. Cheryl Feere/Contributed photo

Simcoe swimmer up to the challenge

Taking on Lake Erie is a tall task. The waves, dark water, and cold temperatures are enough to make even the most experienced swimmer a little apprehensive.