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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann is a feature writer and reporter who covers community events, businesses, social initiatives, human interest stories and more involving Guelph and Wellington County

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ariel@guelphtoday.com

Recent Work by Ariel

Elora author writes about change in 'Across the Great Divide'

Elora author writes about change in 'Across the Great Divide'

'If you're going to change your life, you need courage,' says Elora resident and author Donna McCaw
After losing two jobs during pandemic, Elora artist is happy she shifted gears

After losing two jobs during pandemic, Elora artist is happy she shifted gears

Emily Walser now sells custom art and paints murals
Harriston woman's singing lands her first place in talent competition

Harriston woman's singing lands her first place in talent competition

'It gave me an opportunity to focus on something that I enjoyed and loved, and reunited me to it'
Youth for Justice wants to help raise youth voices in local politics

Youth for Justice wants to help raise youth voices in local politics

On April 24, the group plans to host its first event, the Youth for Justice Walk, which will be held at 300 St. Andrew St. W. at 2 p.m.
Elora will remember Barbara 'Bonnie' Smiley for her friendship and volunteer work

Elora will remember Barbara 'Bonnie' Smiley for her friendship and volunteer work

'Everybody loved her,' said Jayne Smiley, one of Bonnie's daughters
Bob Shaw remembered for his strong arm and sweet voice

Bob Shaw remembered for his strong arm and sweet voice

'He was a person with a smile all the time, a hand out helping, and just enjoyed every day he possibly could'
Fergus dietitian wants to help teachers create food neutral classrooms

Fergus dietitian wants to help teachers create food neutral classrooms

'With the rise in eating disorders, and how young eating disorders start, it matters that we're not teaching kids to be afraid of food'
Fergus coach creates Facebook page about local sports to help residents get active

Fergus coach creates Facebook page about local sports to help residents get active

'Knowing that there’s one spot I can go to make a post, or one spot I can go to ask a question, it feels good'
Concern for food security is why this first-generation farmer focuses on sustainability

Concern for food security is why this first-generation farmer focuses on sustainability

Felix Pozojevic became a farmer after becoming disheartened by the waste they were seeing working at a commercial greenhouse
After receiving treatment at Groves Hospital, Fergus couple continues to give to help other patients

After receiving treatment at Groves Hospital, Fergus couple continues to give to help other patients

'I can’t say enough about the staff and the care in the 27 years that we have been here, it is phenomenal'