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Benefit to help family who lost their home while attending daughter’s wedding

Ypma benefit, silent auction and dance

– Saturday Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. Picton arena –

June 16th 2012 was to be a most joyous occasion with the celebration of Brittni and Ryan’s wedding. The joy quickly turned to sadness when the wedding party and guests were told fire had destroyed the Ypma family home and the bride’s parents’ Larry and Fiona’s possessions of the past 30 years.

If anyone has photographs of the Ypmas and family from years ago up to last month, please make a copy. A picture box will be set up to collect them.

Tickets at the door $10 Music & late night buffet.

If unable to attend, tickets can be purchased at Acoustic Grill or System Solutions or call Curt Conder 613 393 1601, Joe Scott / Rhonda Roblin. 613 476-8026. Let them know you’re going by visiting the Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/454085397946961/

June 16, 2012: Prince Edward County Fire Department is investigating the cause of a house fire on Lucks Cross Road Saturday about 7 p.m. The fire caused extensive damage. No one was home at the time of the blaze. No injuries were reported. Photo by Lori Dulmage, of LD Photography.

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  1. Steve Campbell says:

    That’s terrible. Sounds like what happened to a cousin of mine 15 years ago. The bridemaids left some hot curling irons that fell into a pile of clothes and caught fire. Burned most of upper part of the house including some wedding gifts. Hopefully, this is the worst thing in their new lives out of the way and the rest smooth sailing!

  2. Lori Cairns says:

    Good to hear that no one was injured. I’m sorry for their loss.

    Staying at the wedding shows strength of character and proves that they know that relationships are more important than things.

    I wish for your niece and her husband a long and happy life together.

  3. jan hubble says:

    It was my sister’s house and we were all at the Picton Arena for my niece, her daughter’s wedding. It was devasting to be at the reception to have the police officers approach our table to tell my sister that her house when on fire….This was told to them as the speeches were being said. My heart goes out to my niece and to my sister and brother in law, the are the most loving and strongest people I know. My niece’s passport and all her luggage was in the house. Her honeymoon she can not go on as she did not take cancellation insurance. I am so saddened by the whole thing. My sister has worked months and months on this wedding , never did I ever imagine my niece’s wedding to be like this…..it is so real and I stil cannot believe it. My thoughts and prayers are with my niece and her new husband and my sister. Despite the tradgedy my niece was the most beautiful bride ever. The courage she had to go on with the wedding proves to show how strong of a person she is.

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