FOCUS - JUNE 2018 5 Speed boats line up in front of Fred Frayer’s Marina in 1951. During the races, Bill Hodgson set a new world record in his boat, Miss Ruthie, with more than 5,000 spectators watching. market to visit. Most of the events are free to par- ticipate in or there are nominal charg- es, says Shari. “We try to keep it affordable,” she commented. Local businesses gener- ously donate items for the Twoonie Table raffle and great prizes for the competition winners. For full details about the days and times of the many attractions, check out our Facebook page: Lake Scugog Regatta Family, Friends and Our Community, or look for the posters around town. Shari also welcomes or 905-447-3865. The Regatta Queen Contest drew thousands of people back in the year 1964. Left to right; Princess Carol Maurice (15 years old), Miss Regatta, 17-year-old Cheryl Henley, Princess Gail Arscott (15 years old) and Princess Linda Wilson, (15 years old). This event is now long gone, but was a hit back then! COME CELEBRATE WITH US! By Lynn Campbell, Focus on Scugog PASTOR FRED PENNEY Offering men’s cuts, colour and barbering. 905-985-0099 21 Wilbur Avenue I DISTINCTIVE GENTLEMEN OF PORT PERRY Rosario Greco Styles......... For Your Best Look Since 1976 1976