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Hot dog! Canada Day chowdown may be record-setter

About 300 Buddha Dog fans and friends supported local agriculture and attempted a Guinness World Record – one hotdog at a time at Picton’s Canada Day celebrations by attempting to have the most hotdogs eaten simultaneously. Katlin Kiss led in singing the national anthem before the countdown to the chowdown effort to put the County and Canadian Pork in the World Record Book. Funds raised from each $5 registration go to support youth in agriculture.  Bill Samuel photo

*Jeanette Arsenault sang Canada's praises and praised the County's teen talent performing at Delhi Park before the fireworks show. *Pockets the Clown presents a sword to a lucky little one while cohort Bubbles looks on approvingly. *Observers may have thought "They grow them tall here in the County!" *The enormous Happy Birthday Canada cake was prepared at the Pastry House and presented by the BIA's Lyndsey Richmond with Fern Burge. *John Murphy, of Picton, signs up with his sons Bryan, 6, and Mark, 10, for the Buddah Dog simultaneous hot dog eating world record. *Nothing says Canada Day like a really big snake! Jeff Frampton from Indian River Reptile Zoo with help from Jacob Barry, Nicola Persau and her brother Ben as well as mom, Leslie hold a Coastal Carpet Python from Australia. *Bouncing was popular fun at Delhi Park. *Megan Hutton and Cole Foster Lynd wowed the crowd with their singing at Delhi Park before the fireworks. *If the children weren't bouncing, they were sliding a fun day away. *Roadies to the rescue! Through The Cedars' Paul Johnson and Caleb Hutton save the day for Rising Star Becky Elliott who delighted the crowd by singing before the evening's firework display. Bill Samuel photos

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  1. That tall young man is none other than internationally handsome Guy Doucette, who’s at Small Pond Arts all summer long.

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