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TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 2008 COMMUNITYLIFE · Page Eleven
tion will be aired on
the Fox Sports
Network (FSN) later
this week.
Paquette, an aspir-
ing blues/pop
singer, is currently
working on her
debut CD due for
release by 2009.
Born in Kingsville
and currently resid-
ing in LaSalle,
Wendy has always
been influenced by
blues musicians
such as Sade, Sheryl
Crow and Aretha
Franklin. Her sensa-
tional voice and
unforgettable
melodies highlight
her uniqueness in all
of her performanc-
es.
To check out
upcoming shows or
to hear a sample of
Wendy Paquette’s
latest single, please
visit her website at
www.wendypaque-
tte.com.
Sports
KDHS Doubles Team Earns
SWOSAA Title
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•Premium quality 100%
Acrylic paint specially
formulated to provide
the ultimate in
stain resistance
& washability
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Construction… use South Entrance
*Off our regular price
The KDHS badminton doubles team of Dominique Papineau and Michelle Howe are
SWOSAAchampions. Pictured, Dominique (left) and Michelle are now preparing for the
OFSAAmeet this week.
Photo by Steve I’Anson
Local singer-songwriter
Wendy Paquette performed
the National Anthem at the
‘2 Countries 1 Cage’Mixed
Martial Arts (MMA) com-
petition held at the Palace
of Auburn Hills Saturday
night.
Paquette performed her
bone-chilling rendition of
both the Canadian and
American national anthems
before an audience of
approximately 10,000 mar-
tial art fans to kick start the
main event.
“The event was a huge
success - it was amazing to
see how many Canadians
came out to support their
teams and represent their
country,” explained Andre
Courtemanche, Lead Event
Promoter for the MMA
event, also from Windsor.
Among the Canadian
fighters slated for the cage
were Justin Smethurst,
Blake Nash, Chucky Mady,
Josh (The Hunter) Burch,
Anthony (The Fighting
Bear) Nicholas and Alfaro
Manny. The MMAcompeti-
Kingsville District High
School’s girls’doubles team
of Michelle Howe and
Dominique Papineau
brought home gold at the
SWOSAAbadminton meet
held in Sarnia. Michelle,
18, and Dominique, 17, had
both been singles players
until united on the court this
season.
“We both wanted to play
doubles for a change and
play with a partner for a
new experience,” said
Michelle.
“I’ve played singles my
whole life and wanted a
new atmosphere,” added
Dominique.
Athird place finish at
WECSSAAearned the pair
a shot at the SWOSAAtitle
where they hoped to redeem
what they felt was a disap-
pointing performance.
“We knew we could play
better and beat the teams we
lost to,” Michelle comment-
ed. “We never really got
going.”
At SWOSAA, both girls
felt they grew as a team and
their styles complimented
each other.
Noted Michelle, “I don’t
have a very good drop shot
and Dominique does.”
Responded Dominique, “I
don’t have the power
Michelle has so she has a
much better smash.”
The Kingsville pair had a
bye in the opening round of
the SWOSAAdouble elimi-
nation format.
In the second round, they
defeated Lambton County
champions from St. Pats by
a score of 21-9 and 21-3.
Round three saw them
defeat the Kent County
Champions from Paincourt
19-21, 21-19 and 21-19.
The semi-finals saw them
meet up with a tough team
from Belle River. In a hard
fought encounter, Michelle
and Dominique prevailed
18-21, 21-17 and 21-19.
In the finals, they rallied
to defeat Pain Court 21-7,
17-21 and 21-19 for the
title.
“They really worked hard
at practice and were very
dedicated,” said coach Rick
Schell. “Every time they
played they got better and
more confident. They were
able to watch what other
teams did technically, while
doing the little things to
improve.”
Added Rick, “I’m ecstatic
for them to see their hard
work pay off. This is really
exciting for them.”
OFSAAis scheduled for
May 1 to May 3 in St.
Catharines.
Local SingerPerforms National
Anthem At Palace Of Auburn Hills - Kingsville Reporter, Canada


TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 2008 COMMUNITYLIFE · Page Eleven
tion will be aired on
the Fox Sports
Network (FSN) later
this week.
Paquette, an aspir-
ing blues/pop
singer, is currently
working on her
debut CD due for
release by 2009.
Born in Kingsville
and currently resid-
ing in LaSalle,
Wendy has always
been influenced by
blues musicians
such as Sade, Sheryl
Crow and Aretha
Franklin. Her sensa-
tional voice and
unforgettable
melodies highlight
her uniqueness in all
of her performanc-
es.
To check out
upcoming shows or
to hear a sample of
Wendy Paquette’s
latest single, please
visit her website at
www.wendypaque-
tte.com.
Sports
KDHS Doubles Team Earns
SWOSAA Title
120 Erie St. N., Leamington • 326-3662
PETER MILEC’S
FINANCING AVAILABLE O.A.C.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 - 5:30 • Sat 8:30 - 5:00
20%Off*
I
IC
CI
I
D
Du
ul
lu
ux

®
W
We
ea
at
th
he
er
rG
GU
UA
AR
RD
D™



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Ex
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te
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ri
io
or
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G
Gl
lo
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ss
s
&
&
D
Du
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lu
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®

I
In
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sp
pi
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ra
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ti
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on
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s
I
In
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er
ri
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or
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L
La
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te
ex
x
•Our finest quality
exterior paint
•Available in 100%
Acrylic Latex & Alkyd
•Premium quality 100%
Acrylic paint specially
formulated to provide
the ultimate in
stain resistance
& washability
YES… We are OPEN during Road
Construction… use South Entrance
*Off our regular price
The KDHS badminton doubles team of Dominique Papineau and Michelle Howe are
SWOSAAchampions. Pictured, Dominique (left) and Michelle are now preparing for the
OFSAAmeet this week.
Photo by Steve I’Anson
Local singer-songwriter
Wendy Paquette performed
the National Anthem at the
‘2 Countries 1 Cage’Mixed
Martial Arts (MMA) com-
petition held at the Palace
of Auburn Hills Saturday
night.
Paquette performed her
bone-chilling rendition of
both the Canadian and
American national anthems
before an audience of
approximately 10,000 mar-
tial art fans to kick start the
main event.
“The event was a huge
success - it was amazing to
see how many Canadians
came out to support their
teams and represent their
country,” explained Andre
Courtemanche, Lead Event
Promoter for the MMA
event, also from Windsor.
Among the Canadian
fighters slated for the cage
were Justin Smethurst,
Blake Nash, Chucky Mady,
Josh (The Hunter) Burch,
Anthony (The Fighting
Bear) Nicholas and Alfaro
Manny. The MMAcompeti-
Kingsville District High
School’s girls’doubles team
of Michelle Howe and
Dominique Papineau
brought home gold at the
SWOSAAbadminton meet
held in Sarnia. Michelle,
18, and Dominique, 17, had
both been singles players
until united on the court this
season.
“We both wanted to play
doubles for a change and
play with a partner for a
new experience,” said
Michelle.
“I’ve played singles my
whole life and wanted a
new atmosphere,” added
Dominique.
Athird place finish at
WECSSAAearned the pair
a shot at the SWOSAAtitle
where they hoped to redeem
what they felt was a disap-
pointing performance.
“We knew we could play
better and beat the teams we
lost to,” Michelle comment-
ed. “We never really got
going.”
At SWOSAA, both girls
felt they grew as a team and
their styles complimented
each other.
Noted Michelle, “I don’t
have a very good drop shot
and Dominique does.”
Responded Dominique, “I
don’t have the power
Michelle has so she has a
much better smash.”
The Kingsville pair had a
bye in the opening round of
the SWOSAAdouble elimi-
nation format.
In the second round, they
defeated Lambton County
champions from St. Pats by
a score of 21-9 and 21-3.
Round three saw them
defeat the Kent County
Champions from Paincourt
19-21, 21-19 and 21-19.
The semi-finals saw them
meet up with a tough team
from Belle River. In a hard
fought encounter, Michelle
and Dominique prevailed
18-21, 21-17 and 21-19.
In the finals, they rallied
to defeat Pain Court 21-7,
17-21 and 21-19 for the
title.
“They really worked hard
at practice and were very
dedicated,” said coach Rick
Schell. “Every time they
played they got better and
more confident. They were
able to watch what other
teams did technically, while
doing the little things to
improve.”
Added Rick, “I’m ecstatic
for them to see their hard
work pay off. This is really
exciting for them.”
OFSAAis scheduled for
May 1 to May 3 in St.
Catharines.
Local SingerPerforms National
Anthem At Palace Of Auburn Hills - Kingsville Reporter, Canada


Discography

"Black Days" is the title of our latest half CD. The first single is called "Black Days".

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Bio

We are an eclectic mix of Blues, Rock, Pop and Jazz. A Quantum fusion, we like to say. Our band has a great synergy and flare that sets our love for the art in great audio motion. Influences that drive our creativity range from Stevie Ray Vaughn to Norah Jones to Nickelback. We have all come from different angels of music. Teachers, jingle salespeople and recording tech. We all bring our own flair to what we do, and we love every second of it. We are a new emerging group so our drive to succeed and our intensity for making a great impression is high on our priority list.