Local committee chair Anne-Marie Gillis said national judges were scheduled to arrive on the afternoon train Aug. 8, but that train is to be eliminated Jul. 29.
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If necessary, says Gillis, the judges will have to be picked up in Stratford by local committee officials. However, she added that it may be more difficult to figure out how to get the judges to their next destination in Fort McMurray.
Judges are scheduled to be in Sarnia from Aug. 8 to Aug. 11.