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Orangeville Citizen/Free Press and Economist

International kids show coming to Orangeville By LINDSEY PAPP Staff Reporter

What does the largest extreme obstacle course in Canada look like? Well, marblemedia and Corus

Entertainment are going to show you in their newest physical game show Splatalot. “Splatalot is all about the hilarity of watching contestants get splattered,

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with the best spills instantly replayed in slow motion,” said Matt Hornburg, the series CoCreator and Partner, marblemedia. “With oversized props, cool special effects and lively characters, it’s sure to be a highly-entertaining adventure.” marblemedia has a production ranch just north of Orangeville where they will be producing Splatalot. “What we found is that by working in a smaller community outside of downtown Toronto that we just tend to have a greater ease of doing business,” said Mr. Hornburg. “We’re able to hire a lot of local people to be involved in the production and in this case both in front and behind the camera as we look to finding local kids who can appear in the show and compete for prizes.” He commented that marblemedia is “looking for kids who want to be on television, are extremely enthusiastic, competitive, want to have a really fun great time and are willing to give it their all when they try and compete on this course.” The game show is geared to the 8- to 12year-old audience.

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Splatalot will air on YTV in Canada, BBC in the U.K. and ABC in Australia with 26 episodes in the series. Three versions will be filmed and customized for the participating countries. Two hosts will be selected from all three countries’ places to comment on the contestants’ wipeouts and successes. “We’re very excited to be working with our longtime partner, Corus Entertainment, as well as with our new partners at the BBC and ABC, on this first-time multi-broadcaster collaboration,” said Mr. Hornburg. Each episode will feature a different group of 12 teen contestants seeking to come out on top of the competition. Contestants are dubbed Attackers, they will compete against each other in three different rounds: Cross the Moat, Storm the Castle and Steal the Crown. Six international,

medieval-themes gladiators, The Defenders of Splatalot, will be doing everything in their power to protect the castle from the contestants- Attackers. “What is kind of unique about our show as it relates to the kid audience is the fact that there is a lot of physical comedy involving real kids who can compete for prizes on a challenge course that is really the biggest of its kind in Canada,” said Mr. Hornburg.

According to Mr. Hornburg, the obstacle course is “pretty big.” In its entirety it stands just under four stories high and covers roughly 200 square feet. The production crew is currently in the process of designing and building all the props and obstacles. Participants will be running into some really abstract obstacles on this course. “We’d like for it to be a surprise, but what I can

Party time! • From page A1

pieces of candy over fifty feet into the air, and children, and adults for that matter, are welcome to scavenge the flavourful shrapnel. Also on hand will be the magician Mysterion, as well as international children’s recording artist Jerry Tallon, Orangeville’s Rising Stars and various dance troops will perform throughout the two days of Founder’s Fair.. The athleticallyinclined will be welcome to try their prowess on a rock climbing wall, test their aim in the paintball tent, or.learn how to juggle. Pony rides, petting zoo, midway rides, and much more will keep all ages entertained throughout the two day event. On Saturday evening, Eric Rock will once again be hosting the Saturday Night Street Dance on the Main Stage. The Tim McIntosh Project, and others, will entertain and the Founder’s Fair will come to a blazing finale when A Different Spin will once again appear before the crowd with their fire show. For more information, call 519-942-0087 or visit the BIA website at www. discoverbroadway.ca. Meanwhile, a farewell party was held for departed BIA executive director Jacqueline Bayley Tuesday night at Pia's Bakery on Broadway. Ms. Bayley resigned her post April 23 to take a job in Cambridge. The BIA has no immediate plans to replace her. Ms.Patton and office administrator Alison Scheel are currently handling the day-to-day operations of the BIA. Ms. Bayley “was a great mentor.” said Ms. Patton, “She taught me a lot and provided a good foundation for all the events. “I'll be following her blueprint.”

say is there are a lot of mechanical elements,” said Mr. Hornburg. A lot of the elements of Splatalot are still in the planning faze, including the signature look. Mr. Hornburg commented that the costume at the present time is a hybrid of medieval theme and ensuring proper safety equipment for contestants. The obstacle course is “quite rigorous”; helmets

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and shoulder pads will be among the equipment worn by contestants. “Safety is our utmost priority as TV producers who have produced a lot of reputable shows for children in Canada,” said Mr. Hornburg. “It’s always our top priority.” The show’s creators have included a wide variety of aspects to safety.

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33 arrests in county-wide drug bust • From page A1

nine Controlled Drug and Substances Act (CDSA) search warrants in Orangeville, Shelburne and Mono and the townships of Melancthon, Mulmur and East Garafraxa. Those facing multiple charges include James Francis Feeley, 22, of East Garafraxa; Tyler Gordon Irving, 19, of Orangeville; Joshua Michael McFayden, 18, of Mono; Ryan Frank Pohl, 23, of Orangeville; Owen Robert Reid, 32, of Orangeville; Timothy Lyle Rutledge, 45, of Orangeville;

Timothy Howard Barry Slade, 24, of Orangeville; Dylan Gary Brent, 27, of Mono; Charles Ernest Clackett, 26, of Shelburne; Tyler Lawrence Coffey, 27, of Melancthon; Justin Daniel Horsley, 19, of Shelburne; Sarah Kukovis, 23, of Shelburne; Thomas David Meunier, 28, of Shelburne; Shane Matthew Sheldon, 39, of Shelburne; Lisa Dawn Wilson, 25, of Shelburne; Michael Yankowski, 37, of Mulmur, and Leslie Anne French, 31, of Shelburne. Nearly all were to appear for a bail hearing today (Thursday). Those charged with

simple possession were Kimberly Teresa Hebde, 26, of Orangeville; Cynthia Lou-Ann McKenzie, 44, of Orangeville and Bonnie Jean Gray, 38, of Shelburne. Police also arrested and charged four persons under the age of 18, whose identity is protected under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. “Our officers work daily to rid our communities of drugs and the crimes associated with drug dealing,� said Orangeville Police Chief Joe Tomei. “I know that on a regular basis that infor-

mation is shared about individuals who having chosen to plague or communities with illegal activity and today’s work should serve as an indication that their illegal actions are not only unacceptable but not welcome anywhere in Dufferin County.� Among those present at Tuesday’s press conference apart from police and the press was Shelburne Mayor Ed Crewson. “In 22 years, I’ve never seen 33 (suspects) taken in one sweep,� Mayor Crewson told the officers. “Our community thanks you for your continued

service.� Anyone having further information with regards to these incidents is encouraged to call the Criminal Investigation Branch of the Orangeville Police Service at 519-9412522, Shelburne Police Service at 519-925-3111 or Crime Stoppers at either 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.sdmcrimestoppers. com. Callers to Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for a crime may qualify the caller for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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Splatalot • From page A2

“We have a safety coordinator who reviews all of the challenges, we do a lot of testing of the challenges well in advance of finalizing the set. Our challenge producer who helps us design the projects has helped (marblemedia) in the past with our other shows,� said Mr. Hornburg. “He has worked on a lot of shows like survivor and the amazing race.� There will also be a paramedic and lifeguard on set the entire time. According to Mr. Hornburg, the show will be airing sometime next spring. He encourages local kids to come out and be involved in something they will remember for the rest of their lives.

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