Arnprior Chronicle Guide EMC
June 28, 2012
NEW SHOES AND JEWELLERY HAVE ARRIVED Chronicle Guide Proudly serving Arnprior and surrounding area since 1879 R0011479332a R0011453142 R001144287 Where Chocolate Meets Fashion ARNPRIOR 132nd Year , Issue 26 June 28, 2012 | 56 Pages www.yourottawaregion.com Who is Arnprior's best piemaker? Could it be someone from McNab-Braeside? � Page 19 Photo by Sherry Haaima Piper Bobby Smith of the Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Pipes and Drums leads runners to the start of Sunday's Tartan Run. The run was one of several McNab Days events on the weekend, with more to come. For more on the celebration, see Pages 4, 11, 13, 14 and 15. McNab pays homage to its heritage Sherry Haaima Sherry.email@example.com The Arnprior Family Health Team is growing as it increases its services to the local area. � Page 27 EMC news - The shores of the Ottawa River near Braeside were once again bustling with activity last Saturday as steam whistles blew and Voyageur canoes glided into shore. Organizers of the McNab Days lead-off events, the Riverdrive and Tartan Run and Sunday Stretch, couldn't have asked for better weather for the event, which went off without a hitch June 23-24. Early estimates indicate at least 400 people attended Saturday's Riverdrive and flotilla event at Red Pine Bay. Friday's Calling of the Clans kicked off McNab Days and was well attended with around 100 people in attendance. The township festival festivities carry on this week with several events and this weekend with a Heritage Trail celebration Saturday (see Page 14) and Canada Day festivities in Braeside Sunday. With a Vintage Wings Havelin Beaver float plane docked ashore and a slew of vessels old and new arriving from Quebec's Norway Bay as part of the Baie to Bay flotilla, Red Pine Bay came alive with many activities for the locals and visitors out to enjoy the day Saturday. The W.D. Stalker, the last known alligator boat or amphibious warping tug, was in attendance once again this year, along with a vintage scow used to house loggers more than 100 years ago in the logging boom that led to the settlement of the Ottawa Valley. Dignitaries, including McNab-Braeside Mayor Mary Campbell, Pontiac Mayor Brent Orr, RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski and Renfrew County Warden Bob Sweet, joined committee co-chairs Heather Lang and Neil Masson at opening ceremonies Saturday. See EVENT Page 4 Sparks fly over backyard burn bylaw Happy birthday, Canada Derek Dunn Derek.firstname.lastname@example.org The founder of the `Who is Nobody' program was in Arnprior recently to meet with students, including Sydney Moore, and receive a special award. � Page 33 EMC news � Arnprior council tossed cold water on a fire department suggestion that residents pay a fee to use fire bowls or chimineas in their backyard. But the issue will continue to smolder. Fire prevention officer Cory Nicholas presented the idea of updating the recreational open air burning bylaw at Monday's council meeting. The current bylaw dates back to 1978 when some residents burned garbage, but few did it strictly for fun. Today, with the popularity of manufactured recreational appliances that help limit a fire's capacity, and the rising cost of campground permits, more people are having fires on their properties. "The existing bylaw does not address or regulate outdoor burning for recreational purposes, which are the most common burning requests and/or complaints received by the fire service today," reads Nicholas's report. "The proposed bylaw looks at regulating only recreational burning with stringent conditions attached." Proposed costs to residents were: � $50 for a one-time permit and $125 for a season-long permit; � if the fire department is forced to attend the scene, another $100 to $350 fee to recover costs would apply; See BACKYARD, Page 2 EMC events - Arnprior and Braeside will join other communities across the country this Sunday in celebrating the country's 145th birthday. The Arnprior celebration will be centred as usual at Robert Simpson Park, although there will be other attractions such as the car show and Rotary duck race at Hydro Park. The main change this year is the switching of the children's parade from the Christian Education Centre to the park to 2 p.m. instead of the usual 11:30 a.m. The change was made because Canada Day is a Sunday and 11:30 is too early for some church-goers. The official opening is still set for noon. The Braeside Canada Day parade and festivities at the RA Centre wrap up McNab Days. The parade is at its usual place (starting from the fire hall) and time (10:45 a.m.). For the full schedules of both Arnprior and Braeside celebrations, see pages 16 and 17. WHITE PINE FESTIVAL Join us in the Giant Tiger parking for Join us in the Giant Tiger parking lot all summer long lot a BBQ Proceeds all summer long for a BBQFestival gong to the 3rd Annual White Pine Hot Dog the Proceeds going to $2 3rd Annual Hamburger $3 White Pine $4 Festival Sausage Hot Dog $2 Water $1 Hamburger $3 Pop & Sausage $4 Chips .50� Pop & Water $1 Potato Potato Chips .50� www.arnpriorwhitepinefestival.ca NEWS Your Community Newspaper Backyard fire fees fizzle out Continued from front Are skateboards banned across town? Committee seeks clarity on contradicting bylaws restricting use on sidewalks Derek Dunn Derek.email@example.com � if the fire department is forced on the scene where a homeowner doesn't have any permit, a fee between $150 and $900 would apply, "I fundamentally have a real problem with this," Reeve Walter Stack said. "My backyard is my backyard." Stack went on to say the average homeowner already pays about $2,500 a year in taxes to cover fire service. He said families are struggling as it is in this economy, and that this recommendation is just another attempt to tax and regulate constituents. Coun. Lynn Grinstead agreed, but added that backyard fires are enjoyed by families that can't afford a cottage. Nicholas said neighbours have a right to enjoy their backyards without smoke affecting their laundry or waking up in the middle of the night to the smell of smoke. Nicholas was asked for the number of times the department has responded and the number of complaints made. They have responded to seven incidents totalling 98 man hours. They have fielded 33 inquiries and complaints. Many councillors agreed the numbers seemed low, but that a public education campaign would help bring them down lower. Coun. Dan Lynch agreed with the report. The chair of the protective services advisory committee, which also supports the proposed bylaw changes, suggested the fire department provide training for anyone who buys a fire bowl or chiminea. "If you want a fire bowl, don't put it on the balcony," he said. "Have a firefighter inspect it first." Mayor David Reid said he agrees with the process, but not the cost. He said rules should be in place, and that fines should be issued if folks don't follow the rules, but that permit fees are unnecessary. The vote to accept the draft bylaw revisions was knotted three to three, resulting in the rejection of the recommendations. Coun. Mark Wilmer did not attend the meeting. EMC news � Confusion over where skateboarding and similar activities are permitted in town was to be discussed at a committee meeting last night, June 27. Bylaw 5140-03, found under "Frequently requested bylaws" on the town's website, prohibits the use of bicycles, skateboards, inline skating and similar devices on sidewalks in the "downtown core." The downtown core is between Madawaska, Daniel, McGonigal and Hugh streets. However, bylaw 6000-11, found a few entries below on the website, reads "No person upon roller blades, skateboards or riding in or by means of a coaster, toy vehicle or similar device shall go upon any sidewalk or roadway, except while crossing a street on a crosswalk." It is unclear if a bylaw officer could successful level the $65 fine for anyone skateboarding outside the core. CLARIFICATION WANTED Photo by Derek Dunn Bicycles, skateboards and many other modes of transportation that promote a healthy lifestyle while reducing the carbon footprint are banned from downtown sidewalks. But whether or not skateboards, rollerblades and the like are banned from every sidewalk in town is unclear. The topic was to be raised at an advisory committee meeting last night. purposes," he said, insisting the latter bylaw, dated 2011, trumps the 2003 regulation, adding "it has always been in place." He was unaware of the contradicting bylaws. Asked if he favours a townwide ban on skateboarding on streets and sidewalks, Anderson cited an instance of kids with ramps set up on a town road as not following common sense. He noted that the skateboard park will be expanded, but declined comment on those who believe teenagers should be allowed to take their skateboards to the skateboard park for additional exercise and fresh air. His top concern is with possible lawsuits. "If one of these children on one of these devices takes a serious fall and ends up under a vehicle, we (the municipality) are going to be liable," he said. "It's a public safety issue." Four resident members of the advisory board have children at skateboarding age, according to Anderson. The policy committee meeting took place after this issue's deadline. SKATE PARK Coun. Lyle Anderson is chair of the policies, procedures and bylaws advisory committee that was to deal with the issue at the council chambers meeting. "It's just for clarification Meanwhile, the new skateboard ramps have been ordered for the park outside the Nick Smith Centre and should arrive within two to three weeks. Recreation director Glenn Arthur explained that most of the ramps will come assembled. It's a matter of arranging a crane to set them in place, he said. Once that is done, the town will hold a grand re-opening of the skateboard park. KSL Design is doing the $45,000 project for the town. Arnprior Economic Development Committee Sunday in the 2012 p U LineJune 24 July 8 July 15 July 22 July 29 August 5 August 12 P R E S E N T S FREE ION SS ADMI Concerts Park Just 2 Guys Johnny Spinks Kyle Felhaver & Friends Just 2 Guys Simon Clarke Ball & Chain Dennis Harrington and Heritage Country August 19 Heartbeats August 26 White Pine Festival & Highland Dancing Bring the entire family and enjoy the free entertainment while the kids enjoy the Wet Spray Pad the Play Structure and the Beach, which is guarded by qualified lifeguards BBQ le ab Avail The members of the Arnprior Rotary Cub extend their deep appreciation to the business and professional community of Arnprior for their support in the production of this unique 150th anniversary project. On Sale: "ARNPRIOR-OPOLY" may be purchased for $24.95 per game at the following locations: HOME HARDWARE NO FRILLS GILKS SIGNS & TROPHIES MATHER INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE THE GALLERY GIFT SHOP THE ARNPRIOR MUSUEM ARNPRIOR LIBRARY RONA LORNE'S ELECTRIC ARNPRIOR CHRYSLER GIANT TIGER NORTHERN CO-OP THE LICENSE BUREAU CAMPANALE HOMES NICK SMITH CENTRE ARNPRIOR BRAESIDE SENIORS AT HOME THE ANTRIM TRUCK STOP In case of inclement weather please call the Nick Smith Centre after 10 am on any Sunday to ensure the Event is going on. DOWNTOWN BIA R0011464264 Reid Bros Motor Sales Girl Guides of Canada Gilks Signs & Trophies Jack and Faith's No Frills Arnprior BIA Arnprior Public Library Nerds on Site Seniors at Home The Co-operators Rona Eagle Air Conveying Boyce Funeral Home Brittle Printing Campanale Homes Arnprior & District High School Arnprior Home Hardware Nick Smith Centre Arnprior Packers Arnprior Fire Truck Corp. Giant Tiger Mather's Insurance Quality Inn & East Side Mario's Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital Arnprior Airport The Happy Gang The Gallery Gift Shop Arnprior Chrysler M.Sullivan & Sons Arnprior Metro Kenwood Corporate Centre Arnprior District Museum Arnprior Fire Department Jim's Restaurant Ed's Salvage Tim Hortons Thank you for being the property owners on the `ARNPRIOR-OPOLY' board game APPRECIATION: to Robert Hughes at Brittle Printing for his suggestions, guidance and tremendous art work and to Brittle Printing for their great support. 2 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 R0011483323/0628 until 2:00 pm 4:00 The Rotary Club Salutes: Great looking styles meet legendary comfort. Y P P DAY A A H AD N Savings " throughout the store. 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Photos by Sherry Haaima Yakabuski congratulated organizers and said the event was a great tribute to those who worked so hard years ago in the logging industry and to those who still make a living in the area's forests. Sweet said the event is a wonderful example of how the river doesn't separate Ontario and Quebec, but joins the two provinces. "It's great to see the two communities working together," he said. Ottawa Riverkeeper Meredith Brown and the Bonnechere River Watershed Project's Kathy Lindsay brought greetings and support from their respective organizations. Among those Campbell thanked were officials of Norfolk County (home of the Alligator boat) and the crew of the W.D. Stalker, the organizing committee, Bill Connelly, John Brady, roads superintendent Brian Box, and recreation director Geoff Patterson. Ontario Power Generation sponsors joined Campbell and others in an official opening the Braeside Beach, which is now available for the first time in some 40 years. The local company M. Sullivan and Son was also thanked, along with OPG, for its support for the work completed to make the beach a use- Sunday's first annual Tartan Run drew about 50 participants who donned hats, kilts and other tartan garb for the five-kilometre fun run. Adam McKinty finished the run well ahead of most of the competition in 22:09, winning the men's firstplace bragging rights and a fire helmet for his efforts. Lisa McGregor's time of 24:32 earned her first-place female honours and a helmet of her own. Piper Bobby Smith of the ArnpriorBraeside-McNab Pipes and Drums led runners in a procession to the starting line and piped as runners crossed the rope finish line. Campbell said the response was strong enough to make the Tartan Run a permanent fixture at McNab Days. There were ideas suggested that can be implemented for next year's event, she added. Tai chi demonstrations and pioneer displays continued from Saturday into Sunday. Campbell said interest was expressed in starting a tai chi class in the township. If at least 10 students can be signed up, lessons could be given in McNab-Braeside, she said. NE W & USED HOME F URNISHINGS decorate for less! NEW ITEMS ARRIVE DAILY (BANK & WALKLEY, Behind the Beer Store) 1860 BANK ST. 613-746-5004 w w w.t o t alhomecon signmen t.c om OPE N T UE S & W E D 10 - 5, T HURS 10 - 9, F R I & S AT 10 - 5, SUN 12- 5 ( CL OSE D MON ) R0011471360 Ottawa's Largest Upscale Consignment Furniture Store Winners of the five-kilometre fun Tartan Run-winners don their fire helmet prizes: Adam McKinty (22:09) and Lisa Peter Boudreau of Cobden stirs kettle corn made pioneerstyle at Red Pine Bay Saturday. McGregor (24:32) were top male and female finishers. R0011474102-0628 4 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 John Carter Group to investigate dog park sites and costs said the group would be tasked to ask for local input, look into possible locations and determine costs before coming to council with a recommendation. He said McLean Park is only one of the sites the subcommittee will consider. People opposed to having a waterfront area set aside for as a dog park should understand that it would only be down one end of the area, he added. Arthur explained that supporters of having a dog park in that area felt it would help keep the geese and gulls and their droppings off the beach. Arnprior Councillors asked about the project during Monday's meeting. Reeve Walter Stack wanted to make sure town staff wouldn't be responsible for cleaning the park. "I don't want us paying recreation people $50 an hour to clean up after dogs," he said. Arthur said volunteers will clean up after the dogs. Stack also asked for information on how often the baseball diamonds are used. Coun. Ted Strike wanted to know how much space needs to be set aside for a dog park. Arthur speculated no more than one acre of fenced-in area. Coun. Dan Lynch suggested Arthur get an update from Brockville, a community the recreation director visits a few years ago when the issue NEWS Your Community Newspaper John.firstname.lastname@example.org EMC news � Plans to set up a dog park in Arnprior are moving ahead. Town staff met last week with Megan Noel, the woman who circulated a petition calling for an off-leash dog park, with the goal of setting up a subcommittee of the recreation advisory committee to investigate the matter. About 300 people signed the petition. Recreation director Glenn Arthur came up. Lynch would like to know if Brockville's dog park is working well or has since shut down. The nearest dog park to Arnprior is at Bruce Pit, in the Bells Corners area of Ottawa, although plans are also in their early stages for a dog park in Renfrew. A spot in Arnprior would likely attract dog owners from West Carleton and elsewhere. -with files from Derek Dunn R0011472091-0628 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 5 Stop sign changes coming to William Street Derek Dunn email@example.com NEWS Your Community Newspaper EMC news � Signs. Signs. With the shutdown of railway service along William Street West, the town will revise stop signs in the area. Only two stop signs will slow traffic along the stretch from the LCBO to Division Street South. When the decision was made at Monday's council meeting, Coun. Lynn Grinstead said cars already drive too fast along the stretch near Kenwood Centre, and it will be "very scary" between John and Edward streets, and Edward Street and Division. "I have great concerns for this," Grinstead said. "I can see that being a highway." She is also worried about the safety of students crossing streets in the area. All other councillors disagreed, saying William will now reroute some traffic away from Daniel and Division; that if vehicles are going too fast more stop signs could be introduced later; and that roads such as John Street South go farther without stop signs and they pose little danger. "I think it's the best solution for the problem," Coun. Ted Strike said. Mayor David Reid indicated that three-way stop signs should be phased out. The stop signs will look like the following: � John Street South/North � a four-way stop at the intersection of William and John streets, replacing the three-way stop with a stop added to John when travelling south; � MacDonald Street South/North � a twoway stop at the intersection of William and MacDonald, with MacDonald being the stops, and William being the through street, replacing the existing three-way stop; � Edward Street South � a four-way stop at the intersection of William and Edward, replacing the existing three-way stop with the addition of a stop on Edward travelling south; � McLachlin Street South/North � a twoway stop at the intersection of William and McLachlin, with McLachlin travelling north and south being the stops, and William being the through street, replacing the existing threeway stop. Town staff wants the work done before linepainting is done in late July. Council let it be known that traffic will be monitored, possibly by the new speed indicator machine. A study examining all stop signs in town will be presented to council in the future. DOWNTOWN DESIGN DEFERRED Council rejected a staff recommendation to award the "streetscape and landscape design plan" to the third lowest bidder. The contract is related to a revamp of the downtown core, meaning new streetlights, benches, and related tourist-attracting measures. Eleven companies applied for the contract, with bids ranging from $24,900 to $85,000. But staff wants to go with McIntosh Perry at $39,900. Planner Robin Smith admitted the recommendation was "a little subjective," but that McIntosh's specific experience and "shelf ready" plan were superior. Reeve Walter Stack said council should see more information on criteria, scoring and comparables before agreeing to go about 35 per cent above the lowest bid. He said the municipality should be fair to the lowest bidder and taxpayers. Mayor David Reid stressed the importance of having the downtown business improvement area and chamber of commerce part of the decision-making process. A public meeting will also hear suggestions on the streetscape and landscaping plan. Council deferred the decision for two weeks, giving staff time to bring forward more information. OK given for seniors apartment Derek Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org Canlok Stone Inc. EMC news � Some trepidation was expressed at Monday's council meeting over a proposed development downtown. Graham Riley told council that drainage and traffic are ongoing problems at the house his daughter, Brenda, lives in on MacDonald Street North. The Rileys appeared to be the only two with concerns at a public meeting over zoning changes at 106 McGonigal St. before council got underway. The site will likely see a 19-unit apartment complex for low-income seniors. Council approved the zoning changes after town planner Robin Smith explained that drainage will be directed toward a culvert in the middle of a new parking lot, which should alleviate problems at the Rileys. "It should really help their drainage," Smith said. Traffic shouldn't be too bad, Smith said, because most of the affordable housing tenants � one or two to a unit likely won't have cars. A few extra cars could appear on weekends when family visits. Developers Peter Anas and Jim Sawyer are partnering with government to create the affordable housing. A shortage of housing for all low income people exists, but there is an understanding that seniors would prefer to be in a building exclusive to elderly people. Shovels could hit the ground for the multi-million dollar project as early as late July. DEVELOPMENT DELAYED The contentious Fourth Av- enue residential development has experienced a setback. A public meeting set to start before council's June 25 meeting was cancelled. The housing proposal would see between 76 and 84 mixed residential units on two new internal roads and a cul-de-sac, all connecting to Fourth Avenue. However, planner Robin Smith said developer Dave Simpson is realigning some of the properties and needs time reformulate the proposal. "The developer is contemplating minor changes to the lotting of the plan that may affect the zoning required," Smith wrote in a memo to council. About 20 avenues homeowners crammed council chambers in early January with concerns over backyard privacy related to the development. MADAWASKA GIRLS HOCKEY ASSOCIATION REGISTRATION NIGHT TUESDAY JULY 3RD & MONDAY JULY 9TH from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Nick Smith Centre in Arnprior and at the Mateway Activity Centre in Renfrew We play house league hockey with no body checking. We compete against GIRLS' TEAMS in Renfrew county. Winning is nice but the most important goal is HAVING FUN. Registration forms are available at either centre on July 3rd or contact Nancy Glofcheskie via email: Gerard_glofcheskie@hotmail.com 0628.R0011470995 GIRLS HOCKEY R0021479432 avi d Gr y Presented by a n d Col ou D r n M aide R0011473313 6 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 n Ci ro t I NEWS Your Community Newspaper THE TOWNSHIP OF LANARK HIGHLANDS R0011479679_0628 MUNICIPAL MATTERS www.lanarkhighlands.ca FIRE BAN LIFTED effective May 15th, 2012 Fire Permits are required 613-259-2398 or 1-800-239-4695 FREE MULCH FOR YOUR GARDENS/FLOWER BEDS is available at: Lanark Village Landfill Site 115 Forbes Road, Wednesday from 12 noon - 3:00pm Saturday from 9:00am - 1:00pm Lanark Village 150th Anniversary Celebration To see the schedule of events Visit www.lanarkvillage150th.ca or check bulletin boards at a variety of locations in Lanark, Perth, Carleton Place and Almonte Council Meeting Schedule: Council Thursday, June 28th, 2012, 7:00pm The Township of Lanark Highlands Employment Opportunity Waste Management Coordinator The Municipality is seeking an experienced municipal manager to fill the position of Waste Management Coordinator. Reporting directly to the Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk, the successful candidate will be responsible for the management of the human, material and financial resources of the Lanark Highlands Township waste site management and building maintenance. The Township of Lanark Highlands is a large predominantly rural community, with a population of 5,500, located in the County of Lanark. The municipal office is located in the Village of Lanark. As an effective leader, the Waste Management Coordinator will possess a high degree of competence, be a highly motivated individual, competence in public relations, computer literate, customer service, budget preparation and forecasting, as well as comprehensive skills and experience in municipal government, Waste Management operations, facilities, household hazardous waste and M.O.E. Regulations related thereto. A Certified Engineering Technologist designation would be an asset. The Township offers a competitive salary and benefits package, salary range commensurate with your qualifications. The current salary range is $45,786. to a merit maximum of $59,241. based on a 37.5 hour work week (2010 rates). A detailed job description is available upon request. Qualified candidates are invited to submit a complete resume, detailing their relevant education, experience and other qualifications to the undersigned, marked: "Confidential, Application for Waste Management Coordinator" or by e-mail, to be received no later than 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012. Ross Trimble, CAO/Clerk � Township of Lanark Highlands 75 George St., P.O. Box 340 Lanark, Ontario K0G 1K0 Inquiries: 613-259-2398 Ext 222 or Fax to 613-259-2291 e-mail: email@example.com We wish to thank all applicants for their interest. Only those applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted. Personal information collected from applications is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and will be used to determine qualifications for employment. Questions about the collection of information may be directed to the CAO/Clerk at the address indicated above. We are an equal opportunity employer. Dog tags are due for renewal. Tags are available at the Municipal Office, during regular office hours. The fee is $10.00 (until March 31 when the price will increase to $15.00) and is payable by cash/cheque or interac. Owners are asked to keep the tag fastened to the dog at all times. Kennel Licenses are available, where applicable, for a fee of $50.00. If you require any further information, please contact the Municipal Office. MUNICIPAL HAZARDOUS WASTE DEPOT 4686 Wolf Grove Road, Middleville The Municipal Hazardous Waste Depot (MHWD) located at the Middleville waste site is open from May 19th through Thanksgiving Day for all residents of Lanark Highlands & Tay Valley Townships. No drop-off or tipping fees apply. The MHWD accepts household hazardous waste during all regular Middleville waste site hours. Commercial, farm, & industrial wastes are not accepted. Please deliver leftover paints & other re-usable items to the MHWD REUSE TABLE. Re-using items whenever possible saves the township money on recycling and disposal. It also keeps unsafe material out of our landfill & extends our landfill capacity. When you bring your leftover materials and containers to the MHWD, we will ensure that they're reused or recycled into new materials such as recycled paint, antifreeze and plastics. When we can't reuse or recycle what we collect, our contractor handles safe disposal using methods that minimize environmental impact. For a complete listing of materials accepted and waste site hours consult the website at www.lanarkhighlands.ca/Services/PublicWorks, check the 2012 issue of the Highland Voice, or call the Lanark Highlands Township office at 613-259-2398. READY TO VOLUNTEER? The Active Seniors Koalition (ASK) is a volunteer-based community group dedicated to providing rural seniors access to fun, affordable, and accessible recreational activities in local venues such as community halls. Popular ASK events are shuffleboard in Watson's Corners and line dancing in Lanark. See our website for more information: www. activeseniorslanark.ca ASK is looking for someone with fresh ideas to join our Steering Committee. Total time required to make a big difference is only about 20 hours per year. Call our Coordinator, Kate, at 613-492-0291, or click Contact ASK at the bottom of any web page to send an email indicating your interest. Better yet, come out to shuffleboard on any Thursday at 10:30 AM and learn more about ASK. ASK is supported through the cooperative efforts of the Township of Lanark Highlands, the North Lanark Community Health Centre, Community Home Support - Lanark County, and the Lanark Transportation Association. Funding is provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. PHOTOS WANTED FROM LANARK HIGHLANDS! The Township of Lanark Highlands is now accepting photos to be used for promotional purposes. Submitted photos may be used in the 2013 calendar, the Township website, tourism brochures and/or other promotional materials. In particular, we are looking for photos showing your families, friends and visitors participating in events or engaged in recreation or work activities in Lanark Highlands. Photographer's and model's release forms can be obtained from the Township website at www.lanarkhighlands.ca or by calling us at 613259-2398 or 1-800-239-4695. Please submit pictures on a CD to: Township of Lanark Highlands c/o Jessica D'Aoust 75 George St. PO Box 340 Lanark, ON, K0G 1K0 DEADLINE to be considered for the 2013 Calendar is June 29th, 2012. Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 7 OPINION Your Community Newspaper Teachers' common sense revival The teachers are mad as hell, and they're not going to take it any more. Well, maybe not quite. But there is heartening news to see that common sense still prevails amongst many teachers, and they're starting to move beyond the silent majority and actually become more vocal. The best example is of physics teacher Lynden Dorval, who teaches at Ross Sheppard High School in Edmonton, who gave students zeroes for not handing in assignments. It's not as though he didn't give them warning. His standard practice is to show students who are tardy in handing in their work a printout of what their final mark would look like at the end of the year with a zero. "Once I give that printout, I get a flood of assignments," he was quoted as saying in the Ottawa Citizen. But, last month, Dorval got a letter from Edmonton Public Schools, informing him that he "chose this very public and destructive course of action," and that he was being suspended for his actions. This type of "too-big-to-fail" attitude is exactly what made the financial crisis of 2008 all the more worse. It's not a helpful attitude to be instilling in our children. Our children need to know that there are consequences, real, tangible ones, that can affect their future. Better that they get a bit a small jolt now in school, while the stakes are comparatively smaller, and the behaviour can be corrected as their brains are developing, than later on in life, when they wonder why security is leading them out the door at the office after they've cleaned out their desk following a trip from the boss's office. Telling kids they can keep failing, with no regard for consequences, is the real "destructive course of action." Proponents say it helps kids get through the school system, but really, it's just passing the buck, pass them along, and let them sink or swim once they get to college or university or the work world. That's doing the kids no favours. "It's a way of pushing kids through and making the stats look good, but at what cost?" wondered Dorval. "It's not benefitting the students." Another teacher who is not afraid to tell it like it is English teacher David McCullough, son of the Pulitzer Prize winning historian and EDITORIAL writer of the same name, who told the graduating class at his private high school in Wellelsey, Massachusetts, that "you're not special." Anyone who has ever had to sit through recitations of the typical pabulum regurgitated at a graduation in a hot, stuffy auditorium would likely have cheered at his words. Stephanie Hanes, writing in The Christian Science Monitor, wrote that he have gave "graduates a dose of reality." "Do not get the idea you're anything special," said McCullough. "Because you're not." (Not for him a monotone recitation of Dr. Seuss' Oh The Places You'll Go.) McCullough later told CBS News that "my intention was a little hyperbolic drollness to get their attention so they would pay attention," he said, always a difficult task to keep a crowd's attention. He wanted them to wait for the pay off at the end � an example of delayed gratification for a greater purpose � and in closing, asked the graduates to "exercise free will and creative and independent thoughts, not for the satisfactions they will bring you, but for the good they will do others, the rest of the 6.8 billion � and those who will follow them ... The sweetest joys of life, then, come only with the recognition that you're not special. Because everyone is." Now, we don't want it to seem like we are beating up solely on administrative staff. Even they have members with common sense amongst their ranks. One teacher who was sorely lacking in common sense was a Grade 10 history teacher at Cavelier-de-LaSalle high school in Montreal who showed his students a tape of the alleged murder and dismemberment of Chinese student Jun Lin. The teacher was suspended, and school board spokesman Jean-Michel Nahas told the QMI Agency that "the school board and the school unanimously denounce this action." It may be an extreme example, but it is heartening to see that, for once, this was a nobrainer. No exclamations of his right to free speech or expression, with his teacher's union rushing to his defence. No academic, condescending sniff that he was only trying to teach kids to critically deconstruct (no pun intended) images and media, and critical thinking skills. At least we can be glad that he didn't fight it. The kids in his class are scarred for life now, but at least he will be removed from the classroom where he can do no harm, and a sad lesson has been learned here: You did wrong. You admit as such. You will be punished. A simple, straightforward lesson for our children, taught by way of example. Web Poll Poll Results Should plastic garbage bags be banned across the province and country? THIS WEEK'S QUESTION Who should take the lead role in tackling the growing problem of obesity in children? Yes. It's time society took risks to the environment more seriously for the betterment of future generations. A) 29% Parents. They need to be good role models for their children. Proper eating and exercise habits start at home A) No. The change will likely results in higher costs that will ultimately be passed on to already-stressed consumers. B) B) Schools. They should be do more to encour6% age students to avoid junk food and do proper exercise. Make physical education mandatory in every grade. Keep plastic bags for consumer purchase but increase the cost to 25 cents, with assurance the money will go directly to local waste management programs. C) 18% C) Governments. They need to provide incentives to make healthy food and sports -exercise programs more affordable and save on health costs in the long term. It's not easy for cash-strapped families when junk food is much cheaper than fresh vegetables and soda pop is less expensive than juice. D) Keep the status quo. Plastic shopping bags are the most common way people collect in-house garbage and a ban would cause an unnecessary burden on the average citizen. 47% D) Nobody. If people want to have fat kids, that's their right. To vote in our web poll, visit us online at www.yourottawaregion.com/community/ruralnorth Letters Eastern Ontario doctors worried fee cuts will negatively affect patient care To the Editor: It has been one month since Dalton McGuinty's Liberal government imposed fee cuts on physicians in Ontario. Since that time, we have spoken with hundreds of physicians in Eastern Ontario, in meetings, at hospital medical staff meetings and in their offices. First of all, and most importantly, there is no doubt that patient care will be affected. We have heard that cuts to anesthesiology will compromise surgery in smaller centres, necessitating longer wait times for procedures that will only be available further from home. We have learned that wait times for cardiology have increased as family physicians and specialists try to ensure the standard of care without triggering fee cuts, which would mean costs would not be covered. Finally, we believe that access will be seriously affected by the fact that physicians no longer feel welcome in Ontario. Our graduating students and residents are seeking work in other parts of Canada and older physicians are seriously considering retiring rather than trying to manage a practice in the context of cutbacks. These developments are very distressing and unnecessary. We ask patients in Ottawa and eastern Ontario to contact their MPP and ask them to urge the government to come back to the table and negotiate fairly with doctors Doctors and government must work together in the best interests of patients. Dr. Gail Beck, The Royal Dr. Atul Kapur, The Ottawa Hospital The Chronicle-Guide EMC welcomes letters to the editor. Senders must include their full name, complete address and a contact phone number. Addresses and phone numbers will not be published. We reserve the right to edit letters for space and content, both in print and online at www.yourottawaregion.com. To submit a letter to the editor, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax to 613-623-7518 or mail to Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, 8 McGonigal St., Arnprior, ON K7S 1L8. 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I was surprised by this revelation and started to do a little digging. According to Bylaw Number 5140-03, it "prohibits the use of bicycles, skateboards, in-line skating and similar devices on sidewalks in the `Downtown Core'." The `Downtown Core' means the areas of town enclosed by Madawaska Street, Daniel Street, McGonigal Street and Hugh Street. The sidewalks on both sides of these streets are deemed to be contained within this area. I have no issue with the existing bylaw as it stands because of pedestrian traffic, businesses in the area, etc. However I do have an issue with the fact that the Policies, Procedures and Bylaws Advisory Committee is looking to amend this bylaw using ambiguous wording, which for all intents and purposes would ban the use of skateboards, inline skating and similar devices on all sidewalks and streets in Arnprior. I thought the goal of all levels of government was to promote physical exercise and active living among youth not to discourage it. It was suggested that the boys go to the skatepark at the Nick Smith Centre if they wanted to skateboard. Are they to carry their skateboards there, as they are not allowed to ride them on the streets? With kids spending so much time playing video games or on their computers, should we not be encouraging any and all forms of physical activity? This proposed new bylaw is under review and was be presented at the Policies, Procedures and Bylaws Advisory Committee meeting on Wednesday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Hall in the Council Chambers. If your kids take part in these activities and you would like them to be able to continue to do so, you should have your opinion heard. Bev Hicke Arnprior Hospital's care makes you feel safe To The Editor: We here in the town of Arnprior are so lucky to have not only a great town but also a great hospital. My son and I have lived here for almost five years; we love this town, it has been a great place to find peace and happiness and the people here are so warm and friendly. In the course of our time here, we have twice had to use the services of the hospital. Just last week my son, while helping a friend move, jammed his finger in door of his truck so off to the Emergency he went. He was seen, taken care of, and back home within a couple of hours. The care he received from the nurses and the doctor was wonderful. As a health care professional, I have found myself on the other side of the gurney; on May 14 I was admitted for day surgery under the care of Dr. Syme to have my gallbladder removed. From the time I walked in at 7.30 until the time I was discharged at 2.30, I had outstanding care from all involved. Each time, for whatever reason we have gone to the hospital, we have always had not only professional and prompt care, but always kind and caring service. The kind of care that makes you feel safe and well taken care of, not just a number waiting your turn. A great big thank you to each and everyone of you! Tina Cuerrier Arnprior `Austerity' measures leading world to ruin To the editor; Re: Gathering Storm editorial, Chronicle Guide EMC, May 31. I see no reason for your concern that Canadians will join the Greeks, the Irish and all of the other world citizens opposed to the antiprosperity "austerity" measures being imposed by foreign banks upon countless countries for the purpose of devastating their economies and making them ripe for plunder by foreign multinationals -- a practice advocated by Friedman-school economists, backed by the multinationals, adopted by foolish governments, and accepted by entrepreneurs the world over who think they will benefit despite the mountains of evidence to the contrary. Canadians have not gotten off the couch over election fraud, unconstitutional laws eroding our rights, trade deals that sell our sovereignty, ever-increasing unemployment and job insecurity, skyrocketing prices, and the imminent removal of our social safety nets and basic freedoms. Therefore, I see no danger that Canadians will do anything but stand by and watch as our final shreds of hope, sustenance and dignity are stripped away by an invalid government and by foreign interests. The IMF, WTO and World Bank don't need bombs to achieve world domination. Just highly placed morons who fall for their scam and a lot of complacent citizens who won't bestir themselves to consider the inevitable consequences of their leaders' actions. So, when your little chain of papers succumbs to "austerity" and you join the majority of Canadians in destitution - as your counterparts in many countries have done - I'll be saying, "I told you so." Allison Azulay Renfrew Amazing deals on the coolest events, restaurants, fashion finds, activities & adventures Buy together and we all win! L'ARCHE ARNPRIOR REQUIRES A FAMILY HOME L'Arche Arnprior requires a family, or a couple or an individual to welcome an adult with a developmental disability to live with you in your home. As a Family Home you will provide the support that this individual needs. L'Arche provides a financial compensation package and training. Founded by Jean Vanier in Trosly, France in 1964; L'Arche is an international network of communities. Our mission is to live relationships with individuals with developmental disabilities. If you are interested in sharing your home with a person who has special needs, and want more information, please contact: Kim Bowmaster, Assistants Coordinator L'Arche Arnprior 16 Edward Street South Suite 103 Arnprior, Ontario K7S 3W4 613-623-7323 ext. 129 613-623-9689 Fax AssistantsCoordinator@larchearnprior.org 0621.R0011462403 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 9 R0011475258/0628 NATURE Your Community Newspaper Rare treasures aplenty seen during visit to White Lake Fen EMC lifestyle � The Ottawa Valley is rich with habitats. Towering hardwood forests cast shade on the leaves of trilliums and hepaticas. Extensive tracts of White Pine, the trees that first brought industry to our region, line river shores. Younger forests have sprung up where poor-yielding fields have been abandoned. And rivers, lakes, and ponds adorn the landscape all through the region. Other wetlands abound. Cedar swamps, undoubtedly more common before cedar fence posts came into fashion, border streams and lowlands. The Madawaska Highlands provide cooler recesses in which northern peatlands form. Bogs and fens are floating worlds where Sphagnum Moss harbours carnivorous plants such as Pitcher-plants and Ericaceous shrubs such as Labrador Tea. While bogs receive their water and nutrients only from precipitation, fens receive theirs from moving water. White Lake is home to a very special fen, one that harbours many unusual plants and animals. Last Sunday I led a small group of Macnamara Field Naturalists' Club members into the White Lake Fen in search of orchids and other treasures. R0011484818 Michael Runtz Nature's Way On our way to the fen we walked through a dark cedar and spruce swamp. Here we encountered dozens of Showy Lady's-slippers, all in peak flower. Seed stalks of Pink and Yellow lady'sslippers were also seen. Not all of the orchids were as conspicuous as the lady'sslippers; the tiny Green Adders-mouths were never seen until nearly underfoot. A thousand pink orchids greeted our arrival at the fen. Most were Rose Pogonias, stunning little orchids with a bearded lower lip. We saw one pure white individual, the rare albiform, which I had not seen before. Less common but still well represented were taller Grass Pinks whose bearded lip (labellum) lay atop the flower, not on the bottom as in pogonias and other orchids. Pogonias and Grass Pinks both look as if they have a rich supply of pollen on their lip. However, the buffet is merely a ruse for the masses are modified hairs. By deceiving hungry bees, the clever orchids achieve their pollination. Grass Pinks ensure their insect visitors do the job by dropping them onto their sexual organs via a collapsing petal, one triggered into action by the bee's weight. We also saw White Bog Orchids, which smell like cloves, poking their tall white columns above carnivorous Pitcher-plants and sundews Looking down as we walked allowed us to see the tiny Elfin Skimmers, which at less than an inch in length are the smallest dragonflies in North America! The males bear a characteristic coat of white pruinescence while the black-andyellow females looked much more like bees. Sphagnum Sprites, tiny damselflies that weakly flew off whenever we approached, and poison-spined Buck Moth caterpillars, were other entomological highlights. We are privileged to have rare habitats such as the White Lake Fen right in our backyard. If you want see Elfin Skimmers and Grass Pinks, why not join the Macnamara Field Naturalists' Club (mfnc.ca)? Next year we will return to the fen and many other habitats to see old friends and make new acquaintances. Michael Runtz photo The Nature Number is 613-387-2503; email address is email@example.com. A floral treasure found in the White Lake Fen. NCC promotes Gillies Grove as tourism destination for all Canadians to enjoy EMC news � The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is celebrating 50 years of conservation by inviting Canadians to take Time for Nature this summer. And that includes encouraging the public to visit Arnprior's jewel, the old-growth forest in Gillies Grove. In a news release Tuesday, NCC challenged Canadians to incorporate nature into their summer vacation plans, and then to share those experiences, through the Time for Nature website: www.natureconservancy.ca/timefornature. "Whether it be hiking, birding, camping, canoeing, or simply exploring the nature in your backyard or neighbourhood, each Time for Nature story shared on the website will inspire others to reconnect with the natural world," it says. The challenge is part of the nation's leading land conservation organization's 50th anniversary celebrations, and is designed to encourage more Canadians to appreciate and enjoy all that nature offers. NCC is also thanking Canadians for their generous support by inviting them to see some of the places they have helped NCC to conserve -- in total, more than 2.6 million acres (1 million hectares), coast to coast. NCC has more than a few suggestions to help Canadians choose where to spend their Time for Nature and reconnect with the natural world. The Time for Nature website, www. natureconservancy.ca/timefornature highlights NCC properties and natural areas across the country that are perfect for reconnecting with nature. In Ontario, NCC is urging people and families to visit several properties that offer spectacular views and experiences. The news release highlights three: � Gilles Grove, nestled within the eastern community of Arnprior, that is home to majestic hemlocks, maples and one of the last remaining old-growth white pine communities; � Florian Diamante Nature Reserve on Pelee Island that boasts tree and shrub alvar, with open meadows perfect for viewing migrant songbirds and rare plants such as Short aster. � Happy Valley Forest north of Toronto with 110 breeding bird species, including the hooded warbler and the Acadian flycatcher. For more NCC properties to visit in Ontario, visit www.natureconservancy.ca/en/where-we-work/ontario/visit. Meanwhile, staff at NCC are leading by example. This summer, in a Canadian first, all staff at the organization will turn off their cell phones and email for a few days, and leave the office behind to reconnect with the great outdoors. Their adventures will help them to renew their appreciation for the natural world they work to protect every day. The health benefits of nature are many and well documented, and include lowering stress, improving mood and cognitive function and reducing allergies and other inflammatory diseases, says the NCC. A 2010 poll by Ipsos Reid showed that nine in 10 Canadians agreed they are happier when they feel connected to nature. In a related story, MoneySense Magazine ranks the Nature Conservancy of Canada as Canada's top environmental charity. For the third year in a row, the NCC is recognized as one of Canada's most responsible and efficient charities. Thank you to a great community The McNab-Braeside Residents for Recreation committee would like to express our appreciation to everyone who wrote to our Mayor and Council members. Also to those who attended our Rally for Recreation on June 5th 2012. Without your actions we would not have achieved our goal for access to recreation for our community. We would also like to give a special thank you to Councillors Styles and McIlquham for their understanding on how access to active recreation benefits our community as a whole. McNab-Braeside Residents for Recreation www.MBResidentsForRecreation.com Get out and about in the Bonnechere watershed EMC lifestyle - Have you always wanted to paddle the Bonnechere, take a bike ride with friends, take a canvas and paint outdoors, or take a guided herb walk? Now you have a chance to do one or more of these activities this summer in the Bonnechere River watershed area. The Nature in Your Neighbourhood excursion series, is a collaborative initiative of the Ottawa River Institute and the Bonnechere River Watershed R0011353306 Dr. Paul Sly Chiropractor � � Project. On Saturday, July 28, explore the lower section of the Bonnechere River from your canoe or kayak, as Ole Hendrickson and Kathy Lindsay co-lead a leisurely paddle excursion downriver from Renfrew, between the Second Chute and the confluence of the Bonnechere with the Ottawa River at Castleford. Explore the river, its vegetation, wildlife and geology, and drink in the beauty of the First � Chiropractic � Custom Orthotics � Laser Therapy No referral necessary Chute, one of the most scenic spots on the entire Bonnechere. Paddlers are asked to meet with a canoe/kayak, floatation devices, and other safety equipment at 32 Bridge St. in Renfrew at 10 a.m. Proceed down the gravel road to the base of the second chute to the small parking area. The trip is about 15 km in length and will take about five hours, including a 200-metre portage around the First Chute. Shallow water levels may require some wading. The paddle will finish at the Horton Township boat launch, at the bridge on River Road, where participants can be shuttled back to Renfrew. The last of the Nature in Your Neighbourhood excursion series will take place Sunday, Aug. 19, in partnership with the 2012 Tour de Bonnechere, when cyclists are invited to join with others for a group bike excursion. Celebrate cycling and take in the wonders of nature in the Bonnechere River watershed area as you tour your choice of the 20-, 50- or 100-km routes. Pre-register with Gearheads at 613-687-4624. The morning of the tour, sign in at the Legion Field Park in Eganville between 8 and 8:30 a.m., for a departure at 9 a.m. Cost is $20, and pot-luck lunch. For more see www.ottawariverinstitute.ca. 623.9440 623.9440 l... Naturally! Wel R0041359616 Dr. Philip Knapp Chiropractor Sandra Doran RMT � Registered Massage Therapy � Acupuncture � Reflexology CEMETERY SERVICE, St. Thomas' Anglican Church, Woodlawn, Sunday July 1, 2012 2pm. Rev. Kathryn Otley officiating R0011468085 Leanne Hiller Donna Toole Kimberly Capiral Helene Wilson Registered Massage Therapist Nursing Footcare Registered Reflexologist Registered Massage Therapist www.intunechiro.ca 74 Daniel St. S. Arnprior 613-623-2860 10 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 MCNAB DAYS Your Community Newspaper LOTS TO SEE AT McNAB DAYS Photos by Sherry Haaima Above, the shore of the Ottawa River sets a peaceful scene for an Upper Ottawa Valley Tai Chi club demonstration Sunday during McNab Days events at Red Pine Bay. Left, McNab-Braeside Mayor Mary Campbell hands flowers to local tartan weaver Bob Hinchley in advance of the Riverdrive David Woods says the boiler room job on the W.D. Stalker flotilla's arrival at Red Pine isn't so bad with cool water close by in case he is in need of cooling off. The Stalker was a big hit as part of the McNab Bay Saturday. Days Riverdrive Saturday. R0011475041 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 11 12 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 R0011472320/0628 MCNAB DAYS Your Community Newspaper Calling of the Clans bittersweet for Campbell Derek Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org EMC news � Last Friday night's Calling of the Clans on the Waba Museum grounds was a bittersweet event for Bob Campbell. The township councillor was among the first to perform the ritual of placing a wooden torch on a fire, a way in Scottish heritage to unite families, share information, prepare for war or similar. Of the 100 or so at the event, which is about the same number as at last year's inaugural version, few could say they understand their background as clearly as Campbell. His family has been on the same property since 1825, when Peter Campbell arrived with the Laird of McNab to settle this part of the world. But all that could change. "I am Bob Campbell of the Clan Campbell," he said moments before taking his torch. "And Clan Campbell of the Dochart comes here today to reaffirm our commitment to our families, communities and this great gathering." He explained that his family settled on the banks of the Dochart Creek in McNab Township, farmed, prospered, and gained more land. Peter Campbell, whom Mayor Mary Campbell also traces her linage back to, was one of the three leaders in forming the Friendly Society that petitioned for the notorious Laird of McNab's removal and the establishment of self-government by the people. McNab was the only area in Canada pressing for what would eventually evolve into today's municipal governance system. David, left, and Kyle Felhaver entertain the crowd of some 100 people at the Waba Museum grounds last Friday night with Celtic music. Taking a break from dancing is Kyle's little girl, Addison. Peter Campbell served as the township's first clerk, while his oldest son would serve as reeve in 1854. Peter's great-grandson Gordon served as deputy reeve in 1959. As proud as he is that his family has been on the same spot of land for 187 years, Campbell could be the last. "I have a son. He lives in Edmonton," Campbell said. "That could be the last of it." Meanwhile, Mayor Campbell said she was pleased with the number of children and grandchildren that were included in the Calling of the Clans ceremony this year. "It's good to see the next generation getting involved," she said. "They'll be the stewards of our heritage." 25% O F F A L L P L A N T S Photos by Derek Dunn Bob Campbell carries a torch to the fire during the June 22 Calling of the Clans. His family has lived on the same piece of land for 187 years, but that could come to an end with him. & GARDEN CENTRE LTD. R0011473446/0628 LOCATED BETWEEN ARNPRIOR & RENFREW 3 MINUTES OFF HWY #17 AT 1370 SCHEEL DRIVE R0011378666 Customer Appreciation Day Saturday with the M&M `s BBQ on site. The money raised from the BBQ will be donated to The 10th Annual Special Olympics Golf Tournament. R0011462519 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 13 MCNAB DAYS Your Community Newspaper McNab Days offers trails, gardens and more this weekend John Carter John.email@example.com EMC events � The expanded McNab Days continues this weekend on four fronts. There's a euchre night in White Lake with a Scottish favour Friday; a heritage trail celebration on the McNab-Braeside Recreation Trail and a Burnstown heritage home and garden tour, both on Saturday; and the Braeside Canada Day festivities Sunday. The euchre night this Friday, June 29 starts at 7:30 p.m. is hosted by the White Lake Women's Institute in their hall. McNab-Braeside Mayor Mary Campbell is billing the event as a good opportunity for inexperienced euchre players who would like to learn the popular card game. After eight games, the Felhavers will once again provide the music and Scottish eats will be served. HERITAGE TRAIL On Saturday, June 30, people are encouraged to walk, run, cycle or ride a horse on the recreational trail. Folks can also take a driving tour and catch the displays in three locations where the trail intersects with Division Street, Campbell Drive and Milton Stewart Road. They will be set up from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. On the Poole Street trail entrance off Division, Arnprior and McNabBraeside Archives president John Smith will set up a `McNab Papers' CD display. The primary purpose of this year's McNab Days' Heritage Trail event is to promote the CD. It contains copies of documents and correspondence between original settlers, land agents and the Laird himself. They are full of disputes and intrigue. There is an index that sorts the documents by Lot and Concession, so anyone can look up what was happening with their property in the years 1825 to 1880. There is also some annotated history where known for each property. The Federal Government has launched a project in preparation for Canada's 150th in 2017 where each community is encouraged to collect its stories. This CD is a good start and can be expanded upon as a project for 2017, noted Campbell. At Campbell Drive, story-teller `Kristy Campbell' will relate the goings-on of the 11th and 12th Concessions, circa 1855. As `Kristy', Mayor Campbell will be serving lemonade and shortbread at the intersection of the recreation trail and Campbell Drive overlooking the farm of her great grandfather Malcolm, Kristy's son, and filling people in on the gossip of what was happening on the concessions close to 150 years ago. On the Milton Stewart crossing, site of the old Glasgow train station, there will be a barbecue provided by the Renfrew County Ribfest award winners from the McNab-Braeside fire department. Also on hand will be Sparky the fire safety dog and Bill and Gloria Hamilton telling stories of the bygone times in and around Glasgow. GARDEN TOUR Photos courtesy of Mary Campbell Promoting this Saturday's Heritage Trail celebration along the McNab-Braeside recreational trail, from left, are Arnprior and McNab-Braeside Archives president John Smith with the `McNab Papers' CD, Sparky the fire safety dog, McNab-Braeside fire prevention officer Karen Barsoski and `Kristy' Campbell. They are at the site of the former train station in Glasgow where the trail along the old rail line intersects with Milton Stewart Road. That's where the firefighters will be manning a barbecue featuring their awardwinning sauce and Bill and Gloria Hamilton will under the tree telling stories of bygone times. Campbell will be telling tales and serving lemonade and shortbread at the Campbell Drive-trail intersection, while Smith will have a heritage display at the Poole Street entrance. On the same day, Burnstown United Church is hosting a heritage home and garden tour from 12:30 to 5 p.m. As well as four homes and four gardens, there will be a display of antique cars and a strawberry social at the church. Tickets are available at the Antrim Truck Stop and the Neat Coffee Shop. CANADA DAY Kyle Felhaver and his family and friends will be providing the music this Friday evening for the White Lake Women's Institute Scottish euchre evening. The Braeside Canada Day festivities will wrap up McNab Days with a parade, poker walk and cards and games at the Braeside RA Centre between 9 and 3 p.m. Municipal Matters June 28, 2012 TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES CANADA DAY FESTIVITIES Also these pools are required to have an enclosure at least 1.5 metres (5 feet) in height. Permits can be obtained at the Building Department Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ALMONTE BEACH � SUPERVISED SWIMMING June 16 to August 12, 2012. Sunday to Saturday 12-5pm Beach will be closed July 19�22 (Almonte Fair). June 16 to August 12, 2012. Swim at your own risk. Pakenham Canada Day Eve Celebrations June 30, 2012 June 30, 2012 7 to 7:45 pm 5-7 pm - Fundraiser BBQ at RBC Pakenham For the Pakenham Canada Day Eve parade 6 pm - Face painting, balloons, kid's a portion of McFarlane Street from the activities (Stewart Community Centre) Stewart Community Centre, right to 7 pm - Parade along the main street Jeannie Street, right to Highway 29, right 8 pm � Variety show in the arena to Renfrew Street, right to McFarlane Street Fireworks at dusk to the Stewart Community Centre will be July 1, 2012 closed to vehicular traffic. 7-11 am � Pancake Breakfast at Pakenham Fire Hall. SUMMER DAY CAMP Almonte Canada Day Celebrations � Gemmill Park - July 1, 2012 Location: Naismith School (July) and 9 am-2 pm - Civitan Club Car Show Holy Name of Mary School 12 pm - Refreshments and BBQ (August) 1pm - Face painting, balloons, kids Dates: July 3 � August 24, 2012 activities Cost: $34.00 / day (4-6 years) 2pm - Opening ceremonies $32.00 / day (7-12 years) Featuring blues band MonkeyJunk and Weekly theme based activities, snacks, field trips, sports, swimming, arts & crafts. For more information call (613) 256-3833 firstname.lastname@example.org xt: 24 or email@example.com. fireworks at dusk! To book your reserva on now, call Calvin Murphy Recrea on Department 256-1077 HALL RENTALS AVAILABLE IN ALMONTE AND PAKENHAM 14 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 R0011479327_0628 CIVIL MARRIAGE CEREMONIES Civil wedding ceremonies are available at the Municipal office or at off-site locations. Please contact the Town Clerk for more details. DID YOU KNOW? Access Guide Canada (www.abilities.ca/agc) provides a listing of accessible places and disability organizations in your community. Help Access Guide Canada grow by adding your own favourite accessible locations. SWIMMING POOLS The Swimming Pool By-law No. 03-40 requires a pool permit for all swimming, bathing, wading or reflecting pools which are capable of retaining a water depth equal to or greater than 600 mm (24") PAKENHAM BEACH UNSUPERVISED SWIMMING NEWS Your Community Newspaper Pakenham celebrates a day early Tara Gesner firstname.lastname@example.org WELCOME TO THE BEACH A tartan ribbon was cut Saturday afternoon to open the Braeside Beach. From left are McNab-Braeside coun. Aldene Style, recreation director Geoff Patterson, Jennifer Gardiner of beach sponsor Ontario Power Generation, Coun. Brad McIlquham and Mayor Mary Campbell. Missing is a representative of M. Sullivan and Son. Photo by Sherry Haaima EMC events � On Sunday, July 1, people across the country will be celebrating everything that makes Canada a glorious place to live: 10 provinces, three territories and five great lakes; 27 million neighbours; ethnic diversity; democracy; respect of other opinions; standing up for what's right; polar bears, beavers and moose; extreme temperatures; and the list continues. In Mississippi Mills, residents will be honouring the nation's 145th birthday twice, beginning with a Canada Day Eve party in Pakenham this Saturday, June 30. Festivities include a parade, barbecue and, of course, a fireworks display. The town is happy to offer fun, family activities at no charge to its residents, says Calvin Murphy, recreation coordinator. "And we always get a good turnout," he adds. Weather should cooperate. "They always say it never rains in Pakenham," quipped Murphy with a smile. Once again, between 5 and 7 p.m., RBC Pakenham will fire up the barbecue in aid of the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada. "We are also raising funds for the Mississippi Mills Fire Department � for a burn house," says Faye Potter, branch manager. "It's for training." Beginning around 6 p.m., children can enjoy carnivallike games and activities at the Stewart Community Centre, in addition to a moon bounce, Canada Day balloons and face painting. The parade, which begins at the arena at 7 p.m., is just the thing to officially get the party started. Murphy asks anyone wishing to participate to contact the Recreation and Culture Department at 613256-1077. Mississippi Mills Mayor John Levi and Carleton-Mississippi Mills MP Gordon O'Connor and MPP Jack MacLaren will take part in the procession. "We typically have 30 or 40 entries," says Murphy, "and it lasts approximately 45 minutes." The evening also highlights local entertainment with Doug Russell and fiddler Kyle Felhaver inside the arena, beginning at 8 p.m. The day ends with a spectacular fireworks display at dusk, says Murphy. Don't forget to deck yourself out in red and white, he adds. Residents can join the Mississippi Mills Fire Department back in Pakenham on Canada Day for a pancake breakfast, running 7 to 11 a.m. at the hall. Later, Gemmill Park in Almonte will host a day of Canada Day fun. Musical entertainment runs from 1 to 5 p.m., and features Ottawa's MonkeyJunk, 2012 Juno Award winner for Best Blues Album. R0011471657-0628 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 15 y Canada! 4 Birthda Happy 14 th Comprehensive testing for the identification of Learning Disabilities contact: PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENTS CHEVROLET CADILLAC BUICK GMC Dr. Henry Venema Registered Psychologist Elizabeth Nesbitt Examiner/Consultant "A Valley Tradition Since 1954" 732-7104 Off/Res.: 432-6368 (8 a.m. - 9 p.m.) Extended Health Care Plan may help cover a portion of applicable fees DAVE H. LAVENTURE CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANT CERTIFIED FRAUD EXAMINER Associated with Dave H. Laventure C.F.E., C.G.A. email: email@example.com Kenwood Corporate Centre 16 Edward Street South Arnprior, Ontario K7S 3W4 Telephone: 613-623-3181 Fax: 613-623-4299 Porter H�tu International Professional Services Group Clancy's DOWNTOWN ARNPRIOR 99 John Street 613-623-5193 Two time winner of the Landscape Ontario Award of Excellence � 136 Madawaska Blvd. ARNPRIOR � 613-623-4302 Registered trademark of Arn. DQ Corp. 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ANTRIM TRUCK STOP www.arnpriorlife.com A PART OF YOUR LIFE IN THE ARNPRIOR AREA FOR 3 GENERATIONS 159 John Street North Arnprior, Ontario K7S 2N8 Canada Business: 613-623-3939 Toll-free: 800-603-8396 Fax: 613-623-9336 yummy treats 613-863-8604 580 White Lake Road, Arnprior 613-623-3003 Chronicle Guide www.yourottawaregion.com 8 McGonigal St. W Arnprior, Ontario 200 McNab St., Arnprior 613-623-6571 "A part of your community" www.sweetandsassyco.webs.com 90 John St. N Arnprior, ON, K7V 2N3 16 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 17 ENTERTAINMENT Your Community Newspaper Photo by Evan Campbell The B-List - Ben Borg (bass guitar), Bob Ridley (drums), Brent Dickie (lead vocals/rhythm guitar) and Brian Mulligan (lead guitar) - open for Kim Mitchell July 1 in Kanata. Big news for The B-List Local band The B-List has several exciting things in the works. A contest win snagged the band an opportunity to share opening act honours for Kim Mitchell at Kanata Canada Day festivities. And on Friday, the band learned it has made it to the next round of the live 88.5 Big Money Shot. The B-List joins about 30 bands in this round after being selected from the original 60. In the beginning of April, the band entered the Canada Day competition after they had heard about it from relatives who live in Kanata. After sending in a band press-kit (songs/album, band bio, and photos), judges for the competition set up gigs for each band. The B-List performed at Boston Pizza in Kanata on May 2, where judges were amongst the crowd and based their final decision. At the beginning of June, members of The B-List were pleased to hear that we and another local Ottawa band, Above is B-List in action at the Big Money Shot contest at Ritual Night Club. From left are Ben Borg (bass guitar), Bob Ridley (drums), Brent Dickie (lead vocals/rhythm guitar) and Brian Mulligan (lead guitar). Photo courtesy of The B-List Keek will be opening for Kim Mitchell in Kanata at Walter Baker Park. B-List performs from 6-6:45 p..m. Festivities will be going on all day, with musical entertainment and fireworks in celebration of Canada's birthday. In the Big Money Shot, local Ottawa bands compete to win a large money prize ranging from $40,000-$290,000 and the chance to perform across the country and around the world. Competitors from all over the city enter the competition, where judges choose a top 60 solo artists or bands to make their way closer to the grand prize. Videos have been posted on YouTube of the B-List, performances from that night, under The B-List Ottawa. With the help of family and friends, the band hopes to continue to succeed and accomplish our goals! 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Ballots can be dropped off or mailed to the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC office, 8 McGonigal St. W Arnprior K7S 1L8 or faxed 613-623-7518. 18 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 ARNPRIOR 150 Your Community Newspaper Photos by John Carter Above, the best coconut cream pie in the area is made by the bakers at the Antrim Truck Stop Bakery. Showing off their pie, and blue ribbon, from left, are general manager Tiffany Duff and bakers Alyssa Toshack, Judy Cameron and Tammy McLean. Left, the area's top pie bakers Jackie Lavictoire, left, and Patsy Russett with their certificates and blue ribbons in front of St. John Chrysostom Church. They were the winners in the Catholic Women's League Arnprior 150 pie contest. CWL proclaims Arnprior area's top pie makers John Carter John.firstname.lastname@example.org EMC lifestyle � Arnprior's best pie bakers have been proclaimed. Let the bragging rights begin. Patsy Russett, Jackie Lavictoire and the bakers at the Antrim Truck Stop were the winners of a contest organized by the St. John Chrysostom Catholic Women's League (CWL). The contest was held in conjunction with Arnprior's 150th anniversary celebrations. The CWL held the contest at Robert Simpson Park June 9 during anniversary weekend. Five pie categories were featured, with four open to individuals from the community and one for local businesses. Russett cleaned up in the individual contests, winning the butterscotch, apple and raisin categories. Lavictoire was victorious with her rhubarb pie. The pies were judged based on taste and presentation. It was the first time Russett, who lives in McNab-Braeside, has entered a pie contest. "I love to bake for family and friends," she said. Lavictoire has plenty of baking experience, having previously worked in the Arnprior District Memorial Hospital kitchen for about 15 years. At 5 p.m., local businesses squared off for bragging rights to the best coconut cream pie in town. Antrim Truck Stop Bakery beat out the competition to earn a blue ribbon for their pie. Judges commented that it was a tough choice, but the overall points reflected the winner. CWL spokeswoman Kristine Dewar thanked all the contestants and the judges for helping make the contest a success. KARGUS Real Estate Inc. BROKERAGE SEE OUR WEBSITE OR CALL US FOR FULL DETAILS ON ALL OUR PROPERTIES Liz Kargus Broker of Record Clint Pettigrew Sales Representative 613-623-7834 143 Elgin St. W., Arnprior View all our listings at www.mincomkargusrealestate.ca JUST LISTED MLS# 832195 NEW PRICE 136 MACDONALD ST. S RENOVATED 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH STARTER HOME. STOP RENTING, MAKE YOUR NEXT MOVE HERE! MLS#836899 57 POOLE ST. TERRIFIC 3 BDR, 3 BTH BUNGALOW ON CONTRY SIZE LOT. ATTACHED OVERSIZE DOUBLE GARAGE. FULL FINISHED BASEMENT. $244,900 72 OTTAWA STREET MLS# 824429. EXCELLENT STARTER HOME, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS $159,500 MUST SEE NEW PRICE 67 MCGONIGAL ST MLS# 831511 GREAT LOCATION CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN $219,900 1847 UPPER SPRUCE HEDGE MLS# 824399. GREAT FAMILY HOME $234,900 111 CROSSLAND DR., FITZROY HARBOUR MLS# 820609. OTTAWA RIVER FRONT SOLD NEW PRICE ALL INCLUSIVE 220 CAMERON AVENUE, RENFREW SOLD 14 TIERNEY ST, ARNPRIOR MLS # 827445 $162,900 SEMI DETACHED WITH FULL ADDITION, APPLIANCES, FENCED YARD, GAS FURNACE & CENTRAL AIR MLS# 822016 $174,500 PROPERTIES WITH POOLS MLS# 833499 MLS# 834232 MLS# 829830 75 DANIEL ST. S. ABOVE GROUND POOL IN PRIVATE FENCED YARD. 3 BEDROOMS. CENTRAL LOCATION. $164,900 242 HARRIET ST. IN-GROUND POOL, JUST DOORS TO SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, HOSPITAL & ALL AMENITIES. $199,500 136B MILTON STEWART AVE. ABOVE GROUND POOL ON CONTRY SIZE LOT. EASY COMMUTING TO KANATA. $169,500 FULL SERVICE... Minimum Commission 0628.R0011482130 R0011475528 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 19 COMMUNITY Your Community Newspaper Arnprior patrol leader earns Chief Scouts Award .EMC lifestyle � Amber Herrick of Arnprior received the prestigious Chief Scouts Award at City Hall in Kingston June 9. She was one of only two recipients for the Algonquin Hills (Renfrew Country) Scout Area. In all, 39 Scouts from across Eastern Ontario earned the honour. Herrick is a member of Arnprior Second Scout Troop, where she was a patrol leader. She set her goal to achieve the Chief Scouts Award with determination and persistence, earning badges for Scoutrees for Canada, year-round camping, citizenship, leadership, personal development and outdoor skills. She is also qualified in First Aid, CPR and AED, and holds the World Conservation Award. Her scout leaders and mentors are Steve Begin and Rod Boileau. At the ceremony, the local Patrol of the Chief Scout Association congratulated the impressive list of Chief Scout and Queen's Venturer Award recipients. The association members supported the Voyageur Council Youth Network in making the day special "for very deserving youth." The Chief Scout Association fosters long-term relationships with Scouting through its various programs. Its mission is to enable members to maintain their contact with Scouting and each other for their shared benefit and for the vital support and development of Scouting in Canada. ART ALL AROUND Photo by Derek Dunn Visual artist Rob Hinchley's latest printmaking exhibition-installation is at South of 60 Arts Centre in Barry's Bay until July 15. The work was influenced by Van Gogh's later night scenes with their swirls and crows. The works are made with a electric saw on wood. The Arnprior artist's works move round; his last exhibit was in downtown Ottawa. Hinchley will teach a printmaking workshop July 7 at the South of 60 Arts Centre, a renovated former railway station. Photo courtesy Arnprior Scouting Amber Herrick of the Arnprior Second Scout Troop receives were Chief Scout Award in Kingston The recipients were all encouraged to become youth members in the growing organization (ww.chiefscout.ca). 0628 R0011483627 www.coldwellbankervalleywide.ca 613-623-7303 VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE FEATURE HOME OF THE WEEK! Pakenham Area. Over 3000 sq ft of living. Beautiful setting. Deluxe d�cor. Full Granny suite too! MLS#833704 Call Jenn WATERFRONT EW N ING ST LI ONLY $119,900 WEST CARLETON CALABOGIE Why rent when you can own. MLS#833451 Call Jenn Brick Bungalow on 2 acres double garage. MLS#829173 Call Jen Log bungalow cute walkout 2 full baths MLS#832906 Call Jenn OTTAWA STREET NEW SUBDIVISION Lots starting at $99,900 Call Jenn LOTS Jenn Spratt Broker 613-623-4846 homes4sale @jennspratt.com My specialty is Sold signs! 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MLS#823023 ENTERTAINMENT WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM THEIR FRIENDS Kristel D'Aoust, left, and Hannah Blair, right, were among dozens of performers entertaining an appreciative packed house at the St. John Chrysostom Parish Hall June 3 in the Main Street School of Music's fifth annual show, which had a Beatles theme. D'Aoust, accompanied by Randy Scott, sang I've Just Seen a Face and Blair, accompanied by Scott Corkery, sang Norwegian Wood. A large number of Main Street School of Music performers will be on stage in Robert Simpson Park this Sunday for the Arnprior Canada Day festivities. Photos by John Carter Your Community Newspaper 0628 R0011480734 www.coldwellbankervalleywide.ca 613-623-7303 VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE 21 EVERGREEN LANE 11 ROCK LANE 73 TIERNEY ST. S. 49 WILLIAM ST. S. 719 ANDERSON ROAD 1 MOE ROBILLARD ST. 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(German, Czech, Polish, Slovak, English) Introducing our New 2-Story Townhome 613-623-6589 The Laurel Model End Units are 1682 SqFt Mid Units are 1608 SqFt 3 Bedrooms & 2 � Bathrooms Covered Concrete Front Porch Kitchen with Large Pantry Island with Extended Bar Top 2nd Floor Laundry Room Ensuite with 4' Shower End Units - $239,900 McEwan Hardwood Master with Walk-In Closet End Unit Mid Unit Mid Units - $229,900 R0011475651 Visit our Office/Model on the Corner of Stonehaven Way and Baskin Drive Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4pm Web Site: www.mcewanhomes.com R0011400835-0517 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 25 0628.R0021483606 HEALTH Your Community Newspaper Taste of rural life for medical students at ADMH Sherry Haaima Sherry.email@example.com EMC news - Arnprior's physician recruitment committee and Arnprior District Memorial Hospital officials are making sure that medical students, not just doctors, have a good idea of just how sweet life in the area can be. Recently, students from Queen's and the University of Ottawa, who were completing placements at ADMH, were also treated to several visits in and around Arnprior and McNab-Braeside to enjoy various features and attractions. Hosting the students is not new, says ADMH CEO Eric Hanna, but trying to give them a good idea of life in a rural setting this early in their studies is not something that's been done in the past. Spending a week in a rural or smaller community is a component of the curriculum for the first-year students. "This year we engaged the physician recruitment committee," said Hanna. "The thinking behind this was that we can show these folks how attractive life in a smaller community can be." Among those who helped show the students around were McNab-Braeside Mayor Mary Campbell and Mark Nibourg of the Greater Arnprior Chamber of Commerce. Shannon Meilleur, of Oakville originally, enjoyed her experience. "I really loved it," said Meilleur. "It's been a very nice, friendly atmosphere. Everyone's been very hospi- table. She enjoyed her experience shadowing Dr. Christine Schriver. From working in the clinic with nurse practitioners and other medical personnel to spending time in the emergency room, Meilleur said the experience was fascinating. Kalila Steen of Pennsylvania got a bird's eye view of Dr. Mark Robson's life. She appreciated the wide variety of procedures and staff to which she was privy. The physician shortage in rural areas means family doctors must have a wide variety of skills. From kayaking on the Madawaska River to a trip to the Waba Cottage Museum in White Lake, the experience for the students was a positive one. Medical students from Queen's University, Shannon Meilleur, left, and Kalila Steen, recently completed one-week placements at Arnprior District Memorial Hospital to experience health care and life in a rural area. Photo by Sherry Haaima A KNIGHTS GIFT Kimberley O'Shaughnessy, chair of the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital's digital mammography campaign, accepts a donation from MJ Blimkie, from left, Arnold Smith, and Michael Doherty on behalf of the Knights of Columbus Arnprior and Renfrew Third Degree Councils and the Arnprior Renfrew Fourth Degree Council. Photo by Sherry Haaima Leave fireworks to pros, says Ontario Fire Marshal's office EMC news � To minimize the risk of injuries and property loss associated with fireworks this Canada Day weekend, the Ontario Fire Marshal is urging Ontarians to make fire safety a part of their weekend plans. � check with your local fire department about regulations regarding fireworks; � appoint a responsible adult to be in charge of discharging fireworks; � carefully read and follow the label directions on fireworks packaging; � always keep a water hose or pail of water close by when discharging fireworks; � keep sparklers away from children. They burn at a very high temperature and can easily cause burns. R0011471756 26 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 Teamwork the ticket for Arnprior Family Health Arnprior and District Family Health Team HEALTH Your Community Newspaper The Arnprior and District Family Health Team has officially been in operation in the community for more than 200 days. The team is taking this opportunity to highlight some of the accomplishments made to date as it continues to build this health care service in the Town of Arnprior and its surrounding areas. The team's physicians have been able to take on about 1,800 new patients over the past seven months. It is anticipated this number will continue to grow over the next year. If you currently do not have a family physician, there are a couple of options. You may register with Health Care Connect, an Ontario Ministry of Health program that refers Ontarians without a family physician to a doctor who is accepting new patients in their community. You can sign up with Health Care Connect by calling 1800-445-1822 or by visiting its website at www.Ontario.ca/ HealthCareConnect<http:// w w w. O n t a r i o . c a / H e a l t h CareConnect. Alternatively, the team is in the process of developing one centralized waiting list. If you are currently on a waiting list with one of the Family Health Team physicians, your name will be transferred to our new The Arnprior and District Family Health Team is made up of 13 local family physicians and a group of inter-professional health care providers helping to ensure the needs of Arnprior and area individuals are met. central list. If you do not have a family physician and you are not presently on a waiting list with one of the team's physicians, you may call the Family Health Team directly to be added to the list. ACCESSING SERVICES To book an appointment with one of the team members or to register for one of the group programs, call the main line at 613-622-5763 or tollfree at 1-877-622-5763. You may also book an appointment to see one of the health care team members by calling your family physician's office directly. THE TEAM The team is comprised of 13 local family physicians and a group of inter-professional health care providers including two nurse practitioners, a registered nurse, registered dietitian, social worker, psychologist and three support staff. The Family Health Team has two locations � the Primary Health Care Center (adjacent to the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital), 346 John St. N. in Arnprior and 106 Renfrew St. in Pakenham. It provides care five days per week and offer an afterhours clinic four evenings per week Monday through Thursday and alternating Friday evenings or Saturdays. If you are rostered to your family physician and your physician is a member of the Arnprior and District Family Health Team, you are rostered to the team. You will have access to primary health care treatment 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through a combination of regular and extended office hours, which includes a nurse-staffed Telephone Health Advisory Service at 1-866-797-0000. PROGRAMS, SERVICES The Family Health Team now offers a variety of programs and services available `free of charge' to patients who are rostered to one of the 13 physicians, who are members of the Family Health Team. If you are a rostered patient, you can self-refer to any program by calling your family physician's office or by speaking with the FHT receptionist at 613-622-5763. Current programs we are offering are listed below. Weight Management: This program is led by a nurse practitioner, registered dietitian and registered nurse and provides individualized patient care to assist with the reduction of health risks associated with obesity on the basis of thorough assessment, dietary and lifestyle modifications. Smoking Cessation: The family health team offers ongoing support and counseling to patients who would like to quit smoking. If you are a tobacco user and are ready to quit, ask your health care provider how you can be referred to this program. Craving Change: This program encourages patients to develop self-awareness of eating triggers. The team will support patients by introducing techniques and skills for dealing with eating triggers and for changing undesirable eating responses. Immunization: Regular immunization is an ongoing part of patient care. Immunization helps in the prevention of disease and most immunizations can be performed in your physician's office, by one of the nurse practitioners or a registered nurse. Healthy Heart Classes: On a monthly basis, a healthy heart class is provided to patients with elevated blood cholesterol. The class outlines the basics of a "heart healthy" lifestyle including topics such as: understanding your blood cholesterol levels, food portion control, and heart healthy diets. Chronic Disease SelfManagement: The "Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions" workshop helps people with chronic health conditions to better manage their symptoms and daily life. Living with Anxiety Support Group: A cognitive behavioural treatment group for patients to help them learn new strategies and techniques to deal with, and reduce, their mental health concerns (e.g. worry, anxiety, depression). Breast Feeding Support for New Mothers: Individual care and support provided by our registered nurse, to new moms who may be experiencing stress or challenges related to breast feeding or becoming a new parent. Additional services � Health promotion and illness prevention visits � Chronic disease management programs � Health care co-oordination and referrals � Health assessment, diagnosis and treatment � Patient/family education Visit www.arnpriorfht.ca or contact the team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the mainline at 613-622-5763 or toll free at 1-877-622-5763. R0011470756 OUTH ALL YN FOR GET I $1 ALL YO T GET IN UOH F R $1 Happy Canada Day from AECL! AECL is pleased to host the SCOTT FireFit Championships and the TopCop Challenge. This free, family event is open to the public and kids are welcome! WHEN: 10:30 a.m., July 7 & 8, 2012 WHERE: Laurentian Hills Fire Dept, Chalk River A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. For more information about Firefit and TopCop please visit www.firefit.com or www.beatopcop. Activities: R0011479660 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 27 Our name and look are changing. Our commitment to exemplary care for our local communities is not. Welcome to the new Arnprior Regional Health! A rnprior Regional Health brings the hospital, nursing home, and other health care services together under one umbrella for more coordinated care. We are no longer just a hospital and a nursing home � we are much more. For our patients, residents and families, it means: Increased access to local surgical programs, with a focus on day surgery Access to visiting specialists from Ottawa or via telemedicine Innovative new programs such as Assisted Living to help seniors stay in their own homes longer Increased collaboration with other health care and community partners � from the Champlain Community Care Access Centre to CNIB to the Arnprior District High School A renewed relationship with community physicians through the new Family Health Team Strengthened teaching affiliations with many universities and colleges including the University of Ottawa, Queen's University and Algonquin College Arnprior Regional Health includes: Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital The Grove Nursing Home Primary Health Care Centre Assisted Living Linkages with partners across the region to bring the right services to our local communities We are building on a long history of caring and now we can do even more. We're moving forward � together! Serving our local communities We are responding to the needs of our communities, keeping pace with new programs and clinical innovations such as less invasive surgical procedures. Here are the results: INPATIENTS 2010-2011 2011-2012 Admissions 1038 931 Acute Patient Days 11563 10406 Restorative Care Patient Days 1121 2233 Palliative Care Patient Days 221 254 Meals Served to Inpatients 12632 12770 Nutritional Consultations - Inpatients 374 352 Physical Therapy Visits - Inpatients 2932 2927 SURGICAL CASES Inpatients 74 66 Outpatients 1984 2002 Colonoscopies 950 1101 OUTPATIENTS ER visits 18277 18699 Diabetes Clinic Visits 661 869 Medical Day Program (Transfusions) NA 270 Geriatric Emergency Medicine Patients 149 152 Meals Served to Outpatients 371 400 Nutrition Consultations 597 677 Outpatient Clinic Visits 9605 8943 Pediatric Speech Attendance Days 265 237 Outpatient Physical Therapy Visits 3185 1941 Telemedicine Attendance Days 144 212 Urotherapy Attendance Days 417 318 DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING EXAMS Bone Density Tests 563 690 Mammograms 679 815 Ontario Breast Screening Program Visits 1087 1328 Ultrasounds 4393 5218 X-rays 11545 12537 CARDIOLOGY EXAMS Pulmonary Function Tests 362 392 Electrocardiograms (ECGs) 5515 4794 Stress Tests 507 499 Echocardiograms 692 681 GROVE NURSING HOME Grove Resident Days 21806 21756 Adult Day Program Visits 855 1545 Respite Residence Days 206 276 ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM Number of Clients N/A 10 28 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 We're listening! The new Arnprior Regional Health builds upon Ontario's health plan and addresses the need for more collaborative, system-focused care delivery. We're on the right track. Arnprior Regional Health is helping to drive transformation in rural health care and serves as a model for integration in the system. This name change is representative of a shift from provider-focused to patientfocused care as part of our Action Plan for Health Care. Congratulations to everyone who is making this change happen and delivering high quality care to the people in this community. The Honourable Deb Matthews, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care The launch of Arnprior Regional Health is a visionary example of how health services are adapting to changing needs. By fostering clinical innovation and developing new partnerships, Arnprior Regional Health is positioning itself to be a true model for change in our region. The Champlain LHIN fully supports this transformative plan, and congratulates all those involved for developing such forwardlooking local strategies. Chantale LeClerc, CEO of the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) The new Arnprior Regional Health accurately identifies the array of health care services now being provided for our local communities. As the mandate of your organization has changed over the years, it is only fitting that your name should be reflective of those changes. Arnprior Regional Health does exactly that. John Yakabuski, MPP for Renfrew-Nippising-Pembroke For more information about ARH 0628.R0011478482 Focusing on our patients and residents A rnprior Regional Health is committed to providing a broad scope of services to ensure high quality, appropriate care close to home. Here are just a few highlights from the past year: We are working closely with our community partners to bring more services to Arnprior. Assisted Living is an excellent example. It matches the needs of seniors and their caregivers with the appropriate local support services to help seniors stay in their own homes and avoid premature admission to the hospital or long-term care homes. Residents, families, staff, and community members have all been involved in the planning for the redevelopment of The Grove Nursing Home. The sense of pride and ownership is clearly evident. New technology called e-MAR keeps track of each resident's medication, including exactly when it is given. Doctors and nurses can track the information, reducing the possibility of a medication administration error. And the Adult Day Program continues to provide respite for local residents � thanks to our partners the United Way and Carefor. Recently, we welcomed Dr. Chris Brown, our third Orthopedic surgeon, focusing on knee scopes, basic fractures and bunions. Dr. Brown first came to ADMH during his residency and says he knew he would come back because he loves the small hospital environment. This year, the Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital introduced a new Medical Day Program. It offers a variety of services, including blood transfusions, provided in a dedicated clinical setting for enhanced privacy and patient comfort. We continue to collaborate with health and community partners. The Arnprior and District Family Health Team (FHT) is settling in well and providing comprehensive care in the Primary Health Care Centre and Pakenham. In fact, the team has been able to enrol 2000 new patients in the past six months alone. And a partnership with The Grove and Arnprior District High School provides intergenerational connections between the residents and the students. You can't miss them � our wonderful volunteers in their new blue smocks! For 50 years, they have provided service with a smile at the hospital and The Grove. Last year, 213 dedicated women, men and students provided 19,754.3 hours of volunteer service. Thank you! Arnprior Hospital - Results of Operation Total Revenue: $20,278,503 13% 2% 7% By the Numbers The Grove Nursing Home - Results of Operation Total Revenue: $3,974,497 4% 4% Ministry of Health K W Other 66% 78% 26% Ministry of Health Z W Other Arnprior Hospital - Results of Operation Total Expense: $20,251,604 6% The Grove Nursing Home - Results of Operation Total Expenses: $4,173,396 5% 15% Salaries and Wages 19% D 45% ^ Z Salary & Wages Other Supplies 16% M & S Supplies 2% 2% Drugs Other 64% 12% 14% Foundation News Partners in Caring (PIC) has been very busy this year, due to the incredible support of local businesses and members of our local communities. Together, we continue to support both the Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital and The Grove Nursing Home by raising funds for much needed medical equipment. The PIC Board of Directors was pleased to officially finalize the ER Campaign with the arrival of a beautiful new donor wall, designed by local artist Stephen Braithwaite. The wall is located in the ER waiting room. This past year, PIC announced an ambitious fundraising campaign for the Digital Mammography Unit � one of the best tools for the detection of breast cancer. Led by Campaign Chair Kimberley O'Shaughnessy, the campaign to raise $400,000 was launched on Valentine's Day and we've been overwhelmed by the generosity of our local communities. Signature events have included the Breast Ball golf tournament, dancing the night away at Mardi Bras, and the 12th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. PIC also benefited from many third party events too numerous to list. The new Legacy Giving Program provides donors with another option when planning their estates. This year, more than $300,000 has been received. visit www.ArnpriorRegionalHealth.ca 0628.R0011478587 Thank you to our generous communities for your ongoing support! Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 29 POLICING Your Community Newspaper Two area drivers killed in early summer crashes EMC news � The early days of summer tend to be deadly on area roads and this year is proving no exception. Two drivers were killed in two separate collisions up the Valley from Arnprior this week. At press deadline, Renfrew OPP were investigating a three-vehicle collision on Highway 17 at Haley Station Wednesday morning that claimed the life of a woman driving one of the vehicles involved. Preliminary investigation revealed that a car travelling eastbound was struck in the eastbound lane by a dump truck travelling westbound, report police. The westbound dump truck attempted to stop for traffic waiting to turn off of the highway but struck the back of a transport and veered into the eastbound lane striking the car. The female driver of the car died at the scene. The male driver of the dump truck was taken to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital to be treated for minor injuries. The driver of the transport truck was not injured. Highway 17 was closed around 8 a.m. between Haley Station and Cobden. OPP Constable David Ladd is investigating the fatal with assistance from technical traffic collision investigators. Meanwhile, speed and alcohol are believed to be contributing factors in a single-vehicle collision that killed a Whitewater Region man on the morning of Sunday, June 24, say Renfrew OPP. Police responded to the crash on Grants Settlement Road near McCoy Road at about 9:25 a.m. A 2001 Pontiac Grand Am was travelling westbound when it left the roadway and struck a hydro pole. The hydro pole broke and fell onto the car. The driver, who was found dead at the scene, has as been identified at Kirby Costello, 31. Photo by Peter Clark One person is confirmed dead following an collision involving a dump truck, car and tractor trailer at the dangerous intersection of Highway 17 and Haley Road Wednesday morning. The OPP closed the highway to traffic most of the while they conduct their investigation. The corner has been the site of several crashes in recent years. St. Peter Celestine Roman Catholic Church Annual Woman accosted downtown, not park EMC news � Arnprior OPP are looking for the driver of a what was likely a small red Ford pick-up truck after what appears to be an attempted abduction of a woman June 9 on Daniel Street near the downtown area (not close to Robert Simpson Park as mistakenly indicated a story in the June 14 Chronicle Guide EMC). Arnprior OPP officers responded to a complaint regarding a suspicious vehicle on Daniel Street North and Rock Lane close to the bridge about 11:35 p.m. Officers were told that at about 11 p.m. a woman was walking alone northbound on Daniel Street North when a small red Ford pickup pulled up to the sidewalk. After a verbal exchange through the passenger window, the male driver lunged across the seat and grabbed onto the victim. When the victim broke free and ran away, the man fled the area. The suspect is described as probably a white male, 45-50 years old, having a moustache and grey hair. He is described as wearing a blue/white hat and red plaid lumberjack style shirt. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the Arnprior OPP at 613-6233131 or 1-888-310-1122. SUPPER Sunday, July 1 Stewart Community Centre, Pakenham 4:00-6:30 p.m. Adults $15, Children 5-10 years $5, Under 5 years FREE All Welcome R0011462591 EMC news � A Dunrobin man is facing impaired driving charges and his car was impounded after being stopped on Highway 17 in McNab-Braeside June 24. Renfrew OPP report they received a tip at about 10:20 p.m. that there was a possible impaired driver on Highway 17 near Arnprior. When stopped, the 32-year-old driver refused Tip leads to Dunrobin driver's arrest to provide a sample of his breath and was arrested. He was released on a promise to appear in court in Renfrew Aug. 15 charged with failing to supply a breath sample, and having open alcohol in a vehicle. His licence was suspended for 90 days and the vehicle was impounded for seven days. OPP Constable Colleen McGrath investigated. 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Kelly Clark travelled to Arnprior June 18 from Toronto to receive a Paul Harris award at St. Joseph's Catholic School. She is founder and creator of a "phenomenal learning, mentoring and character building program," said Arnprior Rotary past president Dave Palmer in introducing her to both St. Joe's and Walter Zadow students, graduates for the `Nobody' program, who attended the ceremony. The two schools are two of at least six in the area that have embraced the program (A.J. Charbonneau and McNab also have been involved). Clark said she created the program after being frustrated by seeing so many of her students engaging in superficial and sometimes cruel acts as they tried to fit in with the perceived `with it' groups. "I wanted a program that had students looking inside themselves and others and at the tangible things in the world ... rather than bullying someone in the hope that someone else might like them," she added. Her program also promotes interpersonal relationships, rather than artificial communication on the Internet. Clark said the `Who is Nobody' program, which turns a Nobody into a Somebody with acts of kindness and generosity, sprung out of those concerns. The program teaches kindness is "earned and lasting and you can build on it," she explained. "It's always better to build someone up than tear someone down." She said students across the province and much further have taken to the program and now she helps administer it full-time. Palmer said he heard about the program from a sister teaching in 0628.R0011485086 R0011479332a Where Chocolate Meets Fashion ARNPRIOR SECOND SECTION North Gower. With his urging, the Rotary Club helped introduce it in the Arnprior schools. It is growing rapidly, he said, noting it is now in 60 Ottawa area schools. Palmer said it fits in well with Rotary's mission of service and promotion of literacy. "We're proud of our role in bringing this to the fore," he told the students. In accepting the award, Clark thanked the Rotary Club and local teachers for believing in the program. But it is you students who have "made it come alive," she told them. ACTS OF KINDNESS She urged the students to continue with their acts of kindness this summer when they are on holiday or at camp. "Make a conscious decision to focus on the positive in everyone you meet," she added. "It will open many doors for you," Clark said. "Always remember it's what's inside that makes you a somebody." Arnprior Rotarians Joyce Dawson and Leo Hughes also attended the ceremony, which saw Clark presented with flowers and a gift, a Arnprior-opoly game as a keepsake to remind her of the town where her program is so popular. Clark said she was honoured with the award, as both her father and grandfather were long-time Rotarians. In his nomination of Clark for the Paul Harris Award, Palmer said she exemplifies "service above self." "Through the creativity of Who is Nobody, this has been accomplished at astounding levels and grows each year. One only has to see the sincerity and dedicated concern Kelly has demonstrated in the creation of her not-for-profit organization," he said. See WHO Page 43 Above, Arnprior Rotarians Leo Hughes, left, and past president Dave Palmer, present `Who is Nobody' founder Kelly Clark with a Paul Harris award, flowers and a gift for her program that has found a home in several local, schools. The presentation was made at St. Joseph's Catholic school in Arnprior, with Walter Zadow students also in attendance. Left, Clark receives an Arnprior-opoly game, another Rotary Club supported project. Photos by John Carter DAY NADA ECIAL CA P PS PICK-ULY 1 ONLY JU ONI PEPPER LARGE ESE PIZZA & CHE CANADA DA Y S JULY 1 O 2 MEDIUM NLY 3 TOPPING PIZZAS S + CHEESE PECIAL $ 899 Always fresh $ 1881 Pick-up or Delivery COMMUNITY Your Community Newspaper Help Seniors at Home Keep the Wheels Turning Mailout campaign for donations replaces Dare to Care telethon Staff EMC lifestyle - After five years of the Dare to Care telethon, fundraising for Arnprior's paratransit service is taking a new route to raise the vital funds that keep the Care Coach on the road. "Our Dare to Care Telethon was created and over the years has successfully raised the needed dollars to maintain the Care Coach. "Due to declining revenue being realized through our last two telethons, it was evident the dollars spent to produce the telethon was concerning and another method of garnering the public's financial support was needed," said Dennis Harrington, executive director of the Arnprior-BraesideMcNab Seniors At Home Program. Instead, the organization is reaching out to supporters in a mail-out campaign officials hope will keep costs down but maintain the flow of generous donations coming in. "Our Care Coach paratransit service depends on each one of us," said Harrington. "From the staff of our agency who oversee the day to day operations to our volunteer receptionist who dispatch close to 300 calls per month for this vital service, to our drivers, Colin Borshevsky and Dean Whittington, and to you, the donor, without your financial assistance the Care Coach would not be in Arnprior and area providing the much needed specialized transit for our citizen,." Whether it is Dolores Parsons, whose late husband used the service twice a week to attend the Grove day program and for trips in his last days as a resident at the Bonnechere Manor to Autumn Leaves Lodge resident Shirley Fray who gets to and from her art classes in Arnprior from the Braeside home, the service has provided vital connections Photo by Sherry Haaima Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home, the Arnprior and District Food Bank and the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital were recipients of proceeds from the Knights-Legion Euchre Challenge. Each organization received $400. From left are Dave Fridgen (food bank), Bob Adkins (Legion), Ron Grenier (Knights), Dennis Harrington (Seniors at Home), Dan Lynch (Legion) and Judy Gibbons (ADMH). for many locals. Officials are hoping the public comes through with the same generous support it has always provided, via the telethon the last five. Letters will be going to every household within the Town of Arnprior, Township of McNab-Braeside and surrounding areas. "Please look for your yellow envelope containing our financial request to you," said Harrington. Donations can be mailed or dropped off to in the pre-addressed yellow envelope to 106 McGonigal St.West, (Towne Centre). To donate via VISA or Master Card call Monday to Friday to the special Dare to Care line at 613-622-CARE (2273). Cheques can be made payable to the Seniors At Home Program and tax receipts will be mailed. "Hundreds of your fellow community members rely on this service on a daily basis, whether it is to a medical appointment in-town, out-of-town, shopping or social activities," said Harrington. "Approximately 300 trips per month are made both local and out-of-town, the Care Coach has proven its worth within our community. "As our agency receives no funding from either municipal, provincial or federal governments for the Care Coach, it falls on you and I to support this fundamental service. "You and I take it for granted when we walk out of our home and jump into our vehicle. "The clients we serve with the Care Coach do not have that luxury, they are dependent on this service." CARE COACH HISTORY We Know What Works A number of years ago, community interest was sought to see if a need was within the community for specialized transit. A committee was formed, headed by Linda Jamieson of the Champlain Community Care Access Centre and various community-minded individuals along with Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home Program. It was concluded a specialized transit service is definitely needed with many individuals being recognized as requiring the service. "It was then that the seed for a specialized transportation service within our community started to grow only with your financial contributions," said Harrington. Nepean Hearing Let Richard Kent MSc. Aud(c) Registered Audiologist assess your needs MAKING A SPLASH WITH FAITH Photo courtesy Elgin Street Baptist 613-726-7098 R0011473897 ZZZ TXHHQVZD\WRXUV FD ZZZTXHHQVZD\WRXUVFD R0011472545 $XJ &DSH &RG $Q 2OG )DVKLRQHG 6HS 6HSW 9DFDWLRQ $XJ 2FW &DSH &RG &KRLFH RI 0DUWKD�V 9LQH\DUG RU 1RY 1DQWXFNHW 'HF-DQ 6HSW RU 6HSW *LUOV *HWDZD\ 'HOX[H &$3( &2' 'D\V Join Our Team! Client Services/ Office Assistant A thriving, team based multidisciplinary clinic in Arnprior requires someone to join their Client Service Team. The part-time position requires a person with great energy, calm demeanor, positive outlook, and a passion for wellness and prevention. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and customer service skills, excellent organizational and leadership abilities, proficiency with Microsoft Office and billings and collections experience. Applicants must be comfortable working some evening hours. Knowledge of Chiropractic billing programs, WSIB/MVA/Blue Cross is an asset. Please provide references. The Elgin Street Baptist Church is holding a free summer camp for children July 16 to 20. The Faith Makes a Splash promises a "super cool undersea adventure" from 9 a.m. to noon each day. There will be sea crafts, exciting games, thrilling Bible stories, tasty snacks and unforgettable music, promise organizers. "Plus you'll meet lots of new friends." The camp will feature a final stage performance July 22 at 10:45 a.m. For more information, call Julie Fraser at 613-623-1140. 7KLV WRXU IHDWXUHV 3HUFH %RDW ULGH 0HWLV *DUGHQV 7RXU RI 3HUFH GLQQHUV )XOO $PHULFDQ EUHDNIDVWV QLJKWV DFFRPPRGDWLRQ DQG URXQG WULS WUDQVSRUWDWLRQ DERDUG RXU GHOX[H FRDFK *DVSH %D\ $XJ $PD]LQJ 7KHDWUH 3DFNDJH :DUKRUVH LQ 7RURQWR 5DJWLPH 7KH 0XVLFDO %DFNVWDJH WRXU 1LDJDUD RQ WKH /DNH :LQHU\ 7RXUV 1LDJDUD )DOOVYLHZ &DVLQR 6KDZ :DU+RUVH 6HS /LNH XV RQ )DFHERRN IRU D FKDQFH WR ZLQ D JLIW FDUG WRXUV#TXHHQVZD\WRXUVFD 0HULYDOH 5G 2WWDZD 21 .* - 34 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 Please fax resume to 613-623-1983 or email email@example.com R0011468836 R0011475596 FOOD Your Community Newspaper Celebrate Canada Day with colourful strawberry cake EMC lifestyle - This red and white strawberry cake is a perfect way to celebrate Canada Day. The recipe came from a very good friend whose name is also Pat, and it's always on the menu on Canada Day. This is one of the best cakes I've ever tasted. The ingredients are readily available - frozen strawberries, a white cake mix, strawberry Jello powder, eggs and oil. Topped with whipped cream and fresh strawberries, Food `n Stuff PAT TREW it's the perfect red and white dessert for Canada Day. Keep the ingredients on hand though, because it's so easy and so good you'll want to make it for other occasions too. STRAWBERRY CANADA DAY CAKE 1 super-moist white cake mix (enough for 2 layers) 1 package of frozen strawberries (or 2 cups of frozen berries) 85 gm package strawberry Jello, or other jelly powder 1/3 cup vegetable oil 4 eggs 250 mL whipping cream about 12 fresh whole strawberries, hulled and washed Partially thaw the strawberries before you start everything else. Grease and lightly flour a 13"x 8" cake pan. In a large mixing bowl, combine the cake mix, Jello powder, oil and eggs. Pour off any juice from the berries and add this to the bowl. With an electric mixer, mix the cake batter for 2 minutes. Turn the bowl occasionally to ensure that the ingredients are thoroughly combined. Fold the partially-thawed berries into the cake batter, then spoon the batter into the prepared pan. Bake at 325F for 50-60 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the centre of the cake comes out clean. Since it's easiest to serve this cake right from the pan, cool it completely in the pan. The cake can be baked a day ahead. If you make it in advance, wait until an hour or so before serving to finish it off. To finish the cake, in a small bowl, beat the whipping cream until it holds its shape. Spread this over the top of the cake. Arrange the strawberries on top of the whipped cream with the tips pointing up. The berries can also be sliced and arranged so that every slice of cake will have berries on it. Keep chilled until serving time. Serves 12-14. Calabogie Blues and Ribfest attracts top acts with Ontario grant Some of the finest blues music in North America comes to Calabogie Peaks Resort Aug. 17 to 19 for the second annual Class Axe Guitars Calabogie Blues & Ribfest. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend the event, which will feature such renowned blues acts at the Downchild Blues Band, David Rotundo and the Powder Blues Band. As well, five of the top rib barbecuers in the country will vie for the ribfest crown. "The Township of Greater Madawaska received a grant from the Ministry of Tourism's Celebrate Ontario Program, and these funds will help not only to secure some of the top blues performers, but also help attract a greater audience to the township," says a news release from organizers. "Celebrate Ontario Grants help new and existing Ontario festivals and events enhance their programs, activities and services. This support helps grow tourism in the province by making it easier for event organizers to offer new and improved experiences that will attract more tourists and increase visitor spending." Greater Madawaska Township Mayor Peter Emon acknowledged the support of the business community within the township. "Our township has partnered with Calabogie Peaks Resort and many other local businesses to help deliver one of the biggest festivals in Eastern Ontario," he said. "The Class Axe Guitars Calabogie Blues & Ribfest is a great way for tourists to discover the many opportunities available in our region and acres of pristine nature. Very few festivals offer this unique combination of Blues music, resort amenities and recreation experiences," said Murphy. Ed Torres, CEO of Torres Media and 101.9 DAWG FM in Ottawa, was excited about returning to Calabogie with this growing blues festival. "We are very excited to have the support of Celebrate Ontario. This allows us to bring the best Canadian blues artists to Calabogie, which in turn will help drive attendance to our festival and tourism to Greater Madawaska and Renfrew County," Torres said. In 2011, more than 8,300 people attended the inaugural festival. Advance tickets to the festival are available online at www.calabogieblues.com. it allows our business community to benefit from the many economic development spinoffs from this event." Paul Murphy, president of Calabogie Peaks Resort, says he looks forward to welcoming returning and new visitors to the area. "The natural amphitheatre created by the mountain makes Calabogie an ideal festival location. 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Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 35 COMMUNITY Your Community Newspaper Father continues back-breaking work to get family through EMC Lifestyle - Early in the morning, this time of year, I could hear Father stirring downstairs. He would try to be quiet so as not to rouse the rest of the house, but as soon as he lit the cook stove, scraping the lids to put in the kindling, I would waken. And then I would hear Mother in the kitchen getting breakfast ready. The sun would be just rising when Father would head to the barns for the chores, returning to the house to down his breakfast and head out again for the long day ahead in the fields. Likely the binder or the hay mower would already be in a far-off part of the farm, left there from the day before. Our fields were long and narrow in the Northcote area, and it seemed to me, when I was so young, that when Father went beyond the West Hill, he was in another part of the country. He loved his land. Just like he loved every animal in the barns and fields. Grampa, when he came to visit from Ottawa, would say, "Albert is a true farmer." On week days, Mother would pack a lunch for him to take to the back fields. But on Saturdays, I would be allowed to take the 11-quart basket, packed with sandwiches, a honey pail of tea with shards of ice in it, slab cake, and a peeled cucumber and a tomato. It was quite a feast, I thought back then. Father and I would share the lunch together. But during the days when we were at school, I knew without Mother telling me, that Father would be gone for most of the day with the binder, far back into the fields in the farthest reaches of our farm. My three brothers would be expected to hurry home from school this time of year, because they would be responsible for the evening chores. There was milking to be done, the barns to be cleaned out and made ready for the night, the calves and pigs to be fed, and fresh straw put in the stalls. My sister Audrey and I were expected to wash out the milk pails and the cream sep- Mary Cook's Memories BY MARY COOK arator, put fresh cheese cloth under the lids of the milk cans, making sure everything was secure. Mother lived in constant dread that somehow a mouse would get into the milk can during the night, which Father said was an impossibility since the lids fit so tightly. But she wasn't taking any chances, thus the cheesecloth was extra protection. We would have our supper without Father these nights. He would still be working in the fields. It didn't seem right somehow, that he wasn't sitting at the head of the table. But his plate would be there, just as if he could be expected any minute to come in the back door. My sister Audrey would have to say Grace, which was a much shorter version than that given by Father. Although he wasn't one to engage in idle chatter at meal time, nonetheless it seemed strange that he wasn't part of our supper meal. Long after we had eaten, and redded up the kitchen, and the light of the day would have started to fade, I would go to the window and watch for Father. I would first see just a speck, and then I would see him coming over the West hill, walking behind the team, with the whippletree dragging behind them. I would watch his figure grow larger and I would feel the utmost relief. "He's home," I would yell. Everett would get up and go out to the barn yard and take the team from Father, feed them oats, and let them drink from the watering trough and then take them into the barn for the night. Father would come into the kitchen, covered with dirt and chaff, looking like he had rolled in a dust bin. He would go to the bench at the back door where Mother would have put out a fresh basin of warm water. I would watch him splash the water over his face and rub it up his arms, and see the water turn black. He would reach up to the huck towel and dry himself off, and it would look like he didn't have another ounce of strength in his body. Mother would put a steaming supper before him, and I never knew whether I should sit at the table with him so that he wouldn't be eating alone, or to leave him in peace. It never mattered how ample was the meal, it couldn't erase the bone-tiredness from Father's body. I used to think a long day in the fields made him look much older than he really was. At any other time of the year, Father would spend some time after supper reading the paper, with his feet resting on the oven door. But when he had been in back fields from daylight to dusk, it was all he could do to muster enough strength to plod to the bedroom, undress and fall into bed. I knew without fail, the next morning there would be a repeat of what had happened the day before, and would happen many days hence. Although I didn't understand completely what the Depression really meant, I knew for us to survive it, Father would have to continue the back-breaking work of tilling the land, and harvesting the crops, with machinery that had seen better days. And in my prayers at night, I would offer up a prayer for Father, that he would have the strength to do what had to be done to keep the farm going, and to keep the Depression from closing in around us. New festival to offer art, food, music and children's activities A new festival in Renfrew will bring together over 30 local artists to Haramis Park on Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Art in the Park is sponsored by the Renfrew Art Guild and other community partners. There is no admission fee to this family event that will showcase watercolours, oil paintings, jewelry, pottery, textiles, wood carvings and much more. Another feature of Art in the Park will be the food available from local food vendors. Beavertails, Spanky's Spuds, and The Renfrew Tea Room will be on site serving up local favourites. The food vendors will be located right beside the Tourist Booth at Haramis Park on O'Brien Road. There will be a special painting exhibit where local children are invited to try their hand at producing artwork. There will also be musicians performing near the historic locomotive train at the Park. Some of the performers are Limited Edition and Simon Clarke, formerly of '60s British pop band Freddie and The Dreamers, as well as others. Church Directory WORSHIP IN THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA GRACE-ST. ANDREWS, ARNPRIOR: (613-623-3176; 269 John St. N.) Minister: Rev. Andrew Love Join us Sundays at 10 a.m. for: Worship, Nursery (0-2 yrs), Kids Exploring Faith: (3 yrs up) A warm welcome to ALL! ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM PARISH FAMILY Sunday Mass Saturday 4:30 pm Sun. 8:30 am & 10:30 am "You are most welcome" Rev. John N. Burchat 295 Albert St. 623-2282 www.saintjohnchrysostom.org PENTECOSTAL GLAD TIDINGS CHURCH Reverend Clark Young 613-623-2943 116 Baskin Drive West Sunday Service: 10:00 am Children/Youth Ministries Weekly Programs email@example.com BRAESIDE PASTORAL CHARGE Rev. Dr. Richard Hollingsworth 623-2360 Glasgow United Sunday 9:00 am Castleford Sunday 10:00 am Braeside Sunday 11:00 am Sunday School During Service PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Milton A. Fraser B.A., M.Div. 613-623-5531 80 Daniel Street, Arnprior, Ontario Morning Worship & Sunday School - 10:30 am Growing in Faith! WEST CARLETON CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY Reverend Mark Redner 3794 Diamondview Road, Kinburn Friday Healing Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday Worship Service 10:00 a.m. 613-288-8120 www.wcca.ca Searson in Burnstown July 7 The Ottawa Valley's own Searson will perform Saturday, July 7 on the Neat Coffee Shop stage in Burnstown. Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased at www.neatfood.com or by phoning 613-433-3205. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. Searson consists of Erin, Heather and Colleen Searson, three multi-talented sisters with a live show that includes vocals, fiddle, piano, bass and step dancing. Touring North America and Europe for the past 10 years, Searson rarely has the opportunity to perform close to home. The sisters have released their sixth original album, Fade and Shine, 16 tracks of vocals and instrumentals. More information can be found at www.searsonband.com and www.neatfood.com. BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST Pastor Bruce Donald (Fellowship Baptist) 613-623-4863 156 Landrigan Street South Sunday Worship 10:30 am Children's Bible Classes Nursery Wednesday Prayer/Bible Study 7:00 pm PARTNERS IN HARVEST RIVER OF LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 63 Victoria St., 622-5929 Sunday Celebration 10:30 a.m. Children/Youth Ministry 0 - 18 ARNPRIOR SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 63B Victoria Street 622-7960 Pastor Djojo (Joe) Sekulic Saturday Services 9:30 am - Sabbath School 11:00 am - Worship Service ANGLICAN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 279 Alicia St. at Norma Phone: 623-3993 Pastor Lee Dyck Associate Pastor Ken Wood Sunday Service at 9:30 a.m. Awana Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Youth Fridays at 7:00 p.m. Children, Youth & Adult Ministries Visit us at: www.fbc-online.ca THIS WEEK'S FEATURE WORD OF FAITH C.F.C.M. THE ROCK CHURCH 59 Madawaska St. Arnprior, K7S 1S1 622-7729 Pastor Joe Moniz Sunday Celebration 10 am Children's Ministry Wednesday Prayer & Praise 7:00 pm www.therockchurch.ca 287 Harrington St (at Ottawa) Canon Roger A. Young 623-2554 Worship Services Sunday at 8 a.m. Sunday at 10 a.m. with Sunday School and Supervised Nursery Thursday 10 a.m. www.emmanuelanglican.ca ELGIN ST. BAPTIST CHURCH (Baptist Convention of Ont. & Que.) 135 Elgin St., Arnprior Ont. K7S 1N9 Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Pastor: The Rev. Julie-Ann Morton Office Phone: 613-622-1069 Limit of 5 PEACE JOY LOVE HOPE FAITH R0061239684 R0011480130 80 ELGIN ST. W, ARNPRIOR 36 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 LOOK ONLINE @ yourottawaregion.com DEADLINE: TUESDAY AT NOON. Call 613.623.6571 Email firstname.lastname@example.org CLEANING SERVICES E X P E R I E N C E D CLEANER, residential, cottages, moves, I will supply cleaners and Dyson Vac. $15/hour. 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(613)433-2031 1 BEDROOM +den, private entrance, good residential area, $600+utilities. 613-623-4484 1 BEDROOM HOUSE apt for rent in Cobden with backyard, utilities included, $675/month, first/last required, no smoking, no pets, contact 613-570-1477 or 613-758-2549 1 BEDROOM Renfrew, 2 storey unit. Parking, $470+utilities. Older individual only. First/last. References, 613-623-4747 2 BEDROOM apartment, Available August 1st. Fitzroy Harbour, $695/month +utilities. 819-647-5362, 819-647-2659, 819-647-5512. FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT RENFREW Center Town $ 700.00 per month, heat & hydro included. Available August lst. Call Tuesday to Saturday. 10:00 to 5:00 PM 613-432-6434 2 Bedroom Apt. for rent. Available July 1st. $650 monthly, plus hydro. Parking available. Please call 613-433-7753 2 BEDROOM+ den house in Renfrew. Beautifully renovated. 1.5 bathrooms, a/c and central vac. Appliances include dishwasher and washer/dryer on main floor. Fully enclosed backyard, deck and shed, $850/month+utilities. Please call Troy 613-432-5565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange viewing 3 bedroom 2 storey home, downtown Carp, family room, detached garage, large yard, gas heat, $1,150/month net. Paul 613-839-8733 ext 300. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE , central air, 3 appliances, no pets. Utilities not included. lst and last required. Available July lst. $ 1,100.00 per month 458 Mayhew St Renfrew. Brad 613-570-8553 3 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED APT, Arnprior in town. Private yard, driveway, fridge, stove, washer, dryer a/c, $1200 all inclusive, Available August 1st, 2012. 613-623-7442 FOR RENT 3-BEDROOM 2 storey townhouse for rent in Renfrew. Available August 1st. $799/month plus utilities. Close to downtown. Has high efficient gas furnace and parking. Call Bujold Properties 613-432-0789 Leave message after hours. ARNPRIOR, Centrally located Clean Bright and Secure. bachelor apartments. Please call 613-627-0696 FOR RENT ARNPRIOR ALWAYS CLEAN, MODERN Secure 1&2 Bedroom apts. on First Avenue. Fridge, stove, parking incl. Discounts for mature tenants. 623-8537 after 6pm Available August 1st in Arnprior, new neighbourhood, 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, finished basement, 5 appliances, central air, garage, $1300/month+utilities. Cal 613623-8164 HUNTING SUPPLIES HUNTER SAFETY Canadian Firearms Course. Courses and exams held throughout the year. Will do Private groups as well. Call Kevin 613-432-5192 email@example.com ANNIVERSARY ANNIVERSARY HOMES FOR SALE 1500 SQ FEET, High E gas furnace, Roof and electrical 2005, 65 Argyle Street N, Renfrew. $128,900. 1-613-792-3190 th Happy Anniversary Wayne & Grace Oattes June 30, 2012 50 BIRTH FARM NEW IDEA ROUND BALER, 5 long 4 high $ 4,500.00 Call 613-432-6608 NH 411 discbine 4750, MF 285 loader 7750.00, MF 1135 duals 7500.00, MF 20 C industrial 7250.00. 613-223-6026. Wanted- White Birch poles, cash paid, 1-1/2 to 3" diameter, you cut or we cut. Call tollfree 1-888-771-5210. IT'S GIRL VISNESKIE-SAWYER is proud to announce the safe arrival of his new baby sister Addison Adriana, born March 13th 2012 at 8:36 am weighing 8 lbs 14 oz. Proud parents are Frank Visneskie and Ashley Bertrand. Proud grandparents are John and Nellie Bertrand and Doug and Betty Visneskie. A big thanks to Dr. Miller, Dr. Collins and Dr. Langois and all the staff at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital. WINDOW CLEANING GRASS CUTTING tndbuckwalt.ca GARAGE SALE 1259 CHENAUX ROAD, Haley Station. Disney videos, books, bikes, toys and much more. Everything must go. Cancelled if raining. Saturday June 30th 8 AM 613-432-8981 BIRTHDAY ENGAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT BIRTHDAY BIRTH ENGAGEMENT David & Nancy Guyea are pleased to announce the engagement of Love and best wishes From your family The Family of CL357357 HUGE YARD SALE 5791 Matawatchan Road, 2 KM from Hwy 41. June 29-30, July 1-2 Rain or Shine. 74 ft.X24 ft. of goodies. Appliances, Furniture, Decor , Housewares, Tools. Dawn to Dusk. See You. New Almonte Flea Market, open every Sunday. May to October. Water St., Almonte Fairgrounds. Closed July 22 due to Almonte Fair and Aug. 26 due to Highland Games. (613)327-4992 (between 9 a.m.-6 p.m.) almontefleamarket.com CL357899 Come celebrate the Surprise 80th Birthday Party for P NO GIFTS PLEASE CL358563 CL358547 Beverley & Gordon Cross invite you to an Open House to celebrate their to be held on Saturday, June 30, 2012 Trinity- St. Andrew's Church Quinn Guyea & Stephanie Charbonneau 50th Anniversary ANNOUNCEMENT Murray and Erin Kightley are Gracie MacHardy July 2 Love You Lots Mom, Dad, Anna, Millie & Murdock Happy 3rd Birthday pleased to announce the birth of their son, Brett Murray Douglas Kightley on Wednesday June 13th, 2012 at the Civic Hospital. His big sister Chelsey is thrilled with the new addition to the family. CL357788 SAT. June 30th, 8-12, 92 Vancourtland Street, Rain Date Sunday July 1st, Loft beds, bikes, desk, toys, clothing, etc. CL358141 FOR RENT 1 and 2 BEDROOM Apt, 61 Sullivan Cres, Arnprior Available now, includes heat, water, fridge, stove and parking. Laundry on site. $625/725 Info 819-661-0638 A celebration of their marriage will take place July 7, 2012 in Kanata BIRTH WEDDING WEDDING Best Wishes Only McLaren Robert & Jessica ( Stroud) Our pleased to announce the arrival of Wedding Announcement SYLVIA DESLAURIER i r pe A d dis o n M c O S d J l 8 On Sunday July 8, 2012 From 3-7 Renfrew Legion CL357912 Born June 16, 2012 at 10:39 PM Weighing 8 lbs 2 oz. Proud Grandparents are Donna & Gary Stroud Bonnie McLaren-Wright & Rob Ab Merchand & Danielle Great Grandma Mary Merchand. La ren Candace (Florent) & Matt Ludgate were married April 27, 2012 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Reception at the Eganville Legion, Saturday June 30, 2012 for those we may have missed. Russ & Ashley Mitchell July 2, 2012 CL357782 Come celebrate our love. CL358539 Love Mom & Dad, Bo & Hunter Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 37 CARD OF THANKS FOR RENT ARNPRIOR, The Manor Apartment, Center Town, Convenient, Enjoy comfortable accommodations in a quiet and well-maintained building. Please call 613-627-0626 for appointment ATTENTION STUDENTS! Room for rent, access to whole house, close to Algonquin College. Available August 1st, $450/month. Call 613-623-4786 BRIGHT SUNNY 1 bedroom apartment with fireplace, central location, Renfrew $ 567/per month plus utilities. 613-433-5937 Charming furnished room with updated private bath for rent. $ 450.00 per month including utilities, use of family room & laundry. Home on Bonnechure River, 10 minute walk to Raglan Street, Renfrew. Would suit single professional or retiree, references required. Call 613-432-4500 CONDO FOR RENT, Quiet, secure building with elevator in Arnprior. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air, washer & dryer in unit, no smokers, no pets, 1st and last months rent, references, $900/month plus utilities. Call 613-623-6063 FOR RENT FOR RENT, 2 Bedroom Condo, 124 Daniel Street, Arnprior. Secure building, includes 5 appliances, parking, storage. Quiet building, senior/mature adults, no pets, non-smoking, Available August 15th, 2012. $900+utilities. First and last months rent and references. Call 613-257-1267 or 613-832-1400 HOUSE FOR RENT - 450 Mayhew Street Renfrew. $ 1100 plus utilities. Available July 1st. Call 613-649-2534 LARGE 1 BEDROOM Apartment Renfrew, utilities included. No pets/smoking. $ 730/month available August 1. 613-432-2111 NEW ONE BEDROOM on second floor in Renfrew with fridge,stove, A/C and parking. No Pets or smoking. $ 595.00 per month. First and last, plus hydro. ( References). Available August 1, 2012. 613-433-6315 or 613-432-6941 FOR RENT RENFREW, 2 bedroom, clean, hardwood, fridge/stove, parking, first/last required. No smoking, mature tenants, Stewart Street, available immediately. $675/month +hydro. 613-624-5926 RENFREW 3 BEDROOM House, $825+utilities, parking, huge yard, first and last, quiet neighbourhood, Available July 1st. 613-432-5566 or 613-223-4428 RENFREW, CLEAN one bedroom bachelor apt. in quiet duplex. Suitable for one person, no pets. References. First / last months rent. $480/month plus hydro. 613-623-2247 Small one bedroom apartment with parking, fridge & stove. $475/month plus utilities. 613-433-3293. Ask for Morris or Jocelyn SPACIOUS & BRIGHT apartment, Renfrew, 2 large bedrooms in quiet building with shared deck. Laundry hook up available. Large yard $ 700.00 plus utilities 613-432-5741 TWO BEDROOM APT for rent, central location, renovated, first and last months rent required, references, $725 includes hydro. Non-smoking, no pets. Please call 613-623-6738 FOR SALE FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE. 764 Case 2X4 Loader Tractor with Cab $ 12,000.00. 10 Ft Teddar Rake $ 1,000.00. 8430 Case Round Baler $ 4,000.00. 5HP Vertical 60 Gal Compressor $1,800.00. All prices are negotiable. The equipment is older and has been taken care of mechanically and runs well. Call Rodger at 613-432-3915 After 6 PM IN MEMORIAM BROADBENT In loving memory of our beloved sister, Aunt and Great Aunt, Doreen (Trafford) Broadbent, who passed away on June 30, 2002. It's been 10 long years, I think of you every day, Always in our hearts, and greatly missed, Junior, Linda, Richard, Brenda, Kevin and families DORZEK, Jarett In loving memory of a dear husband and father who passed away July 2, 2010. Fondly loved and deeply mourned, Heart of my heart, I miss you so; Often my darling my tears will flow; Dimming your picture where'er I go; `Tis sad but true, I will abide, Until some day we'll be side by side. Love Always, Kelsey, Cayden, Owen and Bently GREER, BRENDA In loving memory of Brenda Greer. It's been 2 years since you passed away, and not a day goes by we do not think of you. June 25, 2012. Tonight the stars are gleaming, On a lonely, silent grave, Where sleeps in dreamless slumber, One we loved but could not save, No one knows the silent heartaches, Only those who have lost can tell, Of the grief that we bear in silence, For the one we loved so well. Missing You. Mom. Dan Jr, Manon, Nancy, David. Loving children Jesse and Yvonne. HISKO, MAXI, Father, Father In Law, Pop June 30,2011 Pop Each morning I a wait to see you walking down the road. Just to Say, "Here Comes Pop", Oh how I wish I could still Say: "Here Comes Pop". Instead I look up to the sky to say "Hi Pop", And with no more to say. It's been all taken away. Until we meet again. We love you Pop. Lloyd, Valerie & Family IN MEMORIAM O'CONNELL, HELEN In loving memory of a dear friend and neighbour who passed away one year ago on June 29, 2011 Gone are the days we used to share, But in our hearts you're always there, Never more than a thought away, Loved and remembered every day. Sadly missed and fondly remembered by Rose & Jack. LEGAL CRIMINAL RECORD? Moneyback guarantee, 100,000+ Record Removals since 1989. Confidential, Fast Affordable, A+ BBB rating, assures Employment & travel freedom. Call for FREE INFO Booklet. 1-8-NOW-PARDON (1-866-972-7366) www.removeyourrecord.com Thank You To our friends, family and neighbours, we wish to express our sincere Thank You for messages of sympathy, cards and donations to Charities in memory of our sister Frances Greene. Sincere thanks to Dr. Gordon, Dr. Robson, nurses and staff of the Arnprior and District Hospital. Your care and support was gratefully appreciated. Thank you to Pilon Family Funeral Home for the caring assistance we received. Laura Barr and her brothers, Johnny, Mervyn and Stanley Cavanagh LIVESTOCK Polled bulls. $1,250 ea.; 1 Charolais, 2 Red Angus, 1 Black. 2 years old. Easterbrook Farms, 613-925-4557. St. Jean's Farrier Service. 613-283-1198. HOT TUB (Spa) Covers. Best Price, Best Quality. All Shapes & Colours Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 w w w. t h e c o v e r guy.com/newspaper MR. FIREWORKS Bigger bang, better prices. Near LCBO in Arnprior June 27-30th. Mike at 613-601-4326 UTILITY SHED , brand new. 6 Feet X 10 Feet, solid wood construction $ 550.00 613-649-2631 WHEAT STRAW for sale. Discounts for pick up off the field and bale your own. Delivery Available. Barclay Dick & Son Farm Supply. 613-649-2620 or 613-649-2440 WHIRLPOOL AIR CONDITIONER, 18,000 BTU 220-240 Volts. Fits window size 26X24" Plus. Used 3 months $ 400.00. 613-432-9750 SONNENBURG, Ty In loving memory of our cherished nephew and cousin Ty who was taken from us July 2, 2002. Long ago is not far away, It is close as thought and near as memory, Our memories are happy ones, Playful childhood's and family fun, Camping and fishing and yelling out loud, Dreaming and hoping and loving, Ten long years have come and gone. One thing is for sure, Bud memories of you will always live on, In our hearts and minds forever. Love always, Aunt Janice, Uncle Harry, Jen and Kate xoxo LOST & FOUND FOUND BRACELET. Multi Coloured beads. Found in front of Barry Breen's Office Downtown Renfrew . Please drop in to identify. LOST 2 DOGS Calabogie. High Falls Area. 1 is a black and tan/walker pup with white spots on feet named Teek. 2nd is Irish Setter/chocolate lab mix. Answers to Rowdy. If any information please call Angie or Brine. 613-832-2630 SET OF CAR KEYS Found at corner of Crozier Line & Haley. Call for more information at the Renfrew Mercury. 613-432-3655 ONE BEDROOM apartment, waterfront, newly renovated, Ottawa River Road fridge, stove. 613-433-0078 Ask for Peter ONE BEDROOM large clean apartment, second floor. 306 Stewart Renfrew. Private entrance, parking, fridge, stove and air conditioning. Near Dahl's Laundry. No smoking. No Pets. Seniors, with references, preferred $550/month plus hydro. First & last month rent required. 613-432-7026 PRIVATE AIR CONDITIONED, Quiet, Immaculate, Large beautiful 2-bedroom overlooking Robert Simpson Park/Ottawa River. Fireplace, hardwood flooring, 6 appliances, private patio, parking. $875+utilities. References required, 613-622-7913 RENFREW - Nicely renovated 2 bedroom townhouse, large storage room (140 ft2.), new windows, no carpets, fridge/stove, washer/dryer hook-up, natural gas heat, 2 entrance doors, parking included, outside patio, walk to downtown Renfrew, quiet neighborhood. $690 plus utilities, first and last month rent, no pets. For a viewing and more information call 613-757-1576 or 613-281-3575. 613-432-7708 FOR SALE COMING EVENTS God saw you getting tired, And a cure was not to be, So he put his arms around you, And whispered "Come to Me", With tearful eyes we watched you, And saw you pass away, And although we love you dearly, We could not make you stay, A golden heart stopped beating, Hard working hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Sadly missed and always in our hearts. Florence and our family CL358614 Music, Prizes, Games HUNTING SUPPLIES ALLISON MCGRATH Hunter Safety/ Canadian Firearm Safety Courses held throughout the valley all year long. Organize a group, get yours free. Gift certificates available. Competitive pricing. Dave Arbour 613-257-7489. www.valleysportsmanshow.com Hunter Safety/ Canadian Firearms Courses and exams throughout the year. Organize a course and yours is free. Call Wenda Cochran 613-256-2409. Stag and Doe for Kevin Curry and Carrie Haaima-Pozobut The family of Jacqueline Gaudreau, Karina (Alex Dewar), and Kristine (Jamie Dewar) wish to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to family, friends, and neighbors for the overwhelming outpouring of love and support, messages of sympathy, masses, prayers, visits, food and donations made in Marcel's name during the unexpected loss of a husband, father and grandfather. We would like to acknowledge Pilon Family Funeral Home and staff for their kind and professional assistance during such a difficult time. CL357877 Allison McGrath graduated from the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa on June 4, 2012. She graduated with Honours, Bachelor of Commerce Degree, with specialization in Finance. Allison took the Co-op Option and she received one of three awards for Top Co-op Student of 2011. Congratulations Allison! We are very proud of you. From Dad and Mom, Margaret and Scott, Justin, and grandparents, Cliff and Joan McGrath and Jacky Scheel. Lyndhurst Gun & Militaria Show at the Lyndhurst Legion. Sunday July 8th, 2012, 9 am-3 pm. Halfway between Kingston and Smiths Falls. Take Hwy 15 to 33, follow 33 to the Legion. Admission $5.00. Ladies and accompanied children under 16 free. Buy/sell/trade. Firearms, ammunition, knives, military antiques, hunting gear & fishing tackle. For show info and table inquiries call John (613)928-2382, firstname.lastname@example.org. All firearm laws are to be obeyed, trigger locks are required. MILLER, UNA HARTLEY , In loving memory of our dear parents, Hartley and Una Miller. Dad July 2, 1992 and Mom July 6, 2007. Their memory is as dear today, As in the hour they passed away. Forever loved and sadly missed, Bonnie, Beth, John & Glen and families. Friday, July 6, 2012 8 p.m. Renfrew Legion, Renfrew Tickets $5 38 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 CL358255 CL358190 CL358512 MORTGAGES $$MONEY$$ Consolidate Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-282-1169 www.mortgageontario.com CARD OF THANKS FOR SALE COLEMAN CAMPING EQUIPMENT - New/Never Used, Coleman Instant Tent 8, 2 sleeping bags, Quad Led Lantern, 2 Quad Chairs with Cooler $ 550.00 value asking $ 250.00. 613-432-5986 Don't let insurance costs leave you "Cents-Less". Get real value for your insurance dollar! Call Eady insurance. 613-432-8543 ELECTRIC KENMORE 30 inch range, 2 1/2 years old, $200. Call 613-433-5996 HELP WANTED EXCAVATING COMPANY looking for DZ Driver. Must have clean abstract. Heavy Equipment experience would be an asset. 613-223-4428 or 613-432-5566 HELP WANTED, Bus-person. Apply in person at Mama Rosa's Restaurant, Arnprior. The family of the late Maurice Robillard wishes to express sincere Love and Appreciation for those many acts of kindness, words of comfort, messages of sympathy, flowers, donations and condolences offered. We wish to thank all who visited the Funeral Home and those who attended our respected Husband/father's Mass. A very heartfelt thank you to all the staff at the Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital; Dr Shiver, Dr McCarthy, Dr Cathy Greenough, and the ambulance drivers and to all of Moe's special Angel's (nursing staff) your love and care provided was exceptional and he loved all of you. Thank you to Andre Pilon & staff for providing our family with professional, compassionate and loving care. To all the people who participated in Moe's send off... Dennis Harrington, Jamie Bentz, The Knights of Columbus, Royal Canadian Legion, Breaside McNab Fireman, and Shari Rathwell. Thank you so much. A very special thank you to Rev Milton Fraser, Father John Burcart and Father Ryan for your support during Maurice's illness. Being surrounded by family & friends during this very difficult time made it so much easier on our family. Thank you all... Give thanks to the Lord; for he is good, his love endures forever. 1 Chronicles 16:34 Sincerley, Lois Robillard & Family WHITAKER, RAY 1942- June 28, 2003 In loving memory of a dear husband. Time heals the deepest sorrow, And always eases pain, Tis like the blessed sunshine, That god sends after rain. Lovingly remembered Joan & family. wife FINANCIAL / INCOME TAX CHRONICLE DIAMOND AWARD WINNER 2009, 2010 & 2011 SATURN ACCOUNTING SERVICES 613-832-4699 INSO-TEC IS LOOKING for employees for insulation work. Fax resume to 819-647-3357 or email email@example.com COMING EVENTS Looking for persons willing to speak to small groups, 1 on 1 presentations. A car and internet necessary. Diana (866)306-5858. SHORT ORDER COOK and EXPERIENCE WAITRESS. Apply with resume to Steve & Denis' Restaurant, 129 John Street, Arnprior. Student Summer Job Opportunity at Cedar Hill Christmas Tree Farm, Pakenham. Pruning trees. A physically demanding outdoor job, 16+ preferred. Call 613-256-2014. THE MUNICIPALITY of Otter Lake is looking for a full time Building Inspector. Competitive wages, application deadline July 6, 2012. For further details please visit our website at www.otterlakequebec.ca WANTED 2 STUDENTS, 15+, For small landscaping job. Work involves raking and picking up small stones. Job pay $8/hour. Call Charles at 613-622-5599 NOVENA PRAYER OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN STAG & DOE In honour of FOR SALE HISKO, MAXIE In loving memory of a dear friend who passed away one year ago on June 30, 2011 We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, What would we give to hear your voice, And see your face again. Sadly missed and fondly remembered by Rose & Jack Women & Children's Apparel CONSIGNMENT FASHIONS IN STYLE 50% OFF SALE JULY 2nd to 14th 3 Arthur Ave. Renfrew, ON CL358741 Thank you CL357652 HISKO, MAXIE In loving memory of my husband, father, pop who left us too soon June 30, 2011. (Never known to fail). Oh Most Beautiful Flower of Mt. Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me here, you are my Mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity (make request). There are none who can withstand your power. Oh Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (three times). Holy Mary, I place this prayer in your hands (three times). Say this prayer for thee consecutive days then you must publish and it will be granted to you. AK Ian Schruder and Angela Carroll Saturday July 7, 2012 Renfrew Legion 8 pm � 1 am Tickets $5 CAREER OPPORTUNITY CAREER OPPORTUNITY CAREER OPPORTUNITY NOTICES THE HAIR HUT has moved to 121 MacDonald Street S. 613-622-1537 COMING EVENTS HALEY UNITED CEMETERY Decoration Day Service Sunday July 1, 2012 1:30 PM COMING EVENTS CL356373 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED COMING EVENTS ANNIVERSARY SALE Celebrating 25 Years of business at Teresa's Valley Treasures Osceola. Xmas In July Sale now on. Lots of Bargains in our ten rooms. Wed- Sat 10:00-4:00 Sunday 12:00-5:00 613-646-7964 Refreshments in the Garden HALEY UNITED CEMETERY PRICE LIST INCREASE Do to new legislation introduced by the Ministry of Consumer ServicesCemeteries Regulation Unit an increase to the cost of a plot at the Haley United Cemetery will be implemented as of July 1, 2012. If you have been considering a pre-need purchase of a plot it is recommended to do so before this date. For further info contact Jim Logan 613-432-4747 or John Smith 613-432-9282. SHAWVILLE UNITED CHURCH WOMEN Celebrating their 50th Anniversary Invite you to a QUILT AND WEDDING GOWN SHOW AND ANNIVERSARY TEA June 30, 410 Main Street Shawville. Show 10-3 no charge Tea 11-2 $ 6.00 Viceroy Homes is growing its construction division. We are looking for: � Qualified and reputable contractors in all trades of residential construction. � Regional Project Managers with excellent sub-trade Base. Become an Authorized Viceroy contractor today! HELP WANTED Apply online at www.viceroy.com or call 1 800 387 5240 x255 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST/CLERK No Experience Necessary on job training -Office General -Vehicle Radio Communications -Telephone -Typing -Basic Computer Knowledge also PART-TIME STUDENTS -Plant Sorting Materials Apply 610 Lisgar Ave. Renfrew Ontario Renfrew County Recycling Centre CL357807 Job Title: Mailroom Inserter Casual, Part time, Day or Night Shift Department: Distribution � Renfrew, ON Metroland Media is seeking reliable and dependable individuals to join their distribution team at the Renfrew Mercury. Role Accountability: manually inserting these flyers in newspapers. required flyers is completed. into cage Documentation of all work performed for verification purposes. To perform "Due diligence" as described by the Act and understand and sign off on all Company policies and procedures. Requirements: Physically able to safely lift up to 50 lbs CL358642 Automotive Parts Person and Hardware Person CANADIAN TIRE RENFREW 30-40 Hours per week Past experience a must Computer skills a must Compensation based on experience CL358568 CL358617 shift differential between 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Interested and qualified candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to the attention of firstname.lastname@example.org While we appreciate the interest of all candidates, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please. To apply fax resume to 613-432-2821 CAREER OPPORTUNITY CAREER OPPORTUNITY HELP WANTED -2851(<0$1 +($9< '87< $872027,9( 0(&+$1,&6 Fort McMurray DRIVER / LABOURER DZ License, Abstract Required 40 Hour Week / Full Benefits Please apply or submit resume to: Renfrew County Recycle Centre 610 Lisgar Avenue, Renfrew SHUKU QG <($5 COUNTY OF RENFREW Employment Opportunity BONNECHERE MANOR and MIRAMICHI LODGE Long Term Care Homes NURSE PRACTITIONER (Full Time or Part Time) This is an incredible opportunity working with Bonnechere Manor and Miramichi Lodge and their team of medical professionals in ensuring optimal care for our residents. The hours of work for this position are split equally between both homes. The position is available on a full time or part time basis, dependent upon the successful candidate's availability. Reporting to the Home Administrators, the Registered Nurse with Extended Class: RN(EC) privileges is a senior management position with the role of practitioner, consultant, educator and advocate. The RN(EC) practices autonomously, offering the full scope of primary health care nurse practitioner practice. He/she functions as a member of the interdisciplinary care team in the development, implementation and evaluation of the resident's care plan. The Nurse Practitioner collaborates with the Medical Directors, other physicians, and the Directors of Care and takes a leadership role in the Nursing department. +($9< '87< $872027,9( 0(&+$1,&6 $335(17,&( VW <($5 SHUKU SHUKU UG <($5 SHUKU CL358124 'HWDLOV DQG WR $SSO\ 2QOLQH YLVLW GWOFD ,QTXLULHV 5HVXPHV _ (PDLO ZRUNGWO#GWOFD 7HO _ )D[ CL358343 6+,)7 '$<6 21 '$<6 2)) 527$7,1* 3OXV SHU DQQXP /LYLQJ $OORZDQFH %HQH�WV 7RRO %RRW $OORZDQFH Job Posting for Quality Inspector Job Description: The successful candidate must display the competencies of Honesty & Integrity, Professionalism, Client Service Orientation, Focus on Results, Teamwork and Analytical/Systematic Thinking. Qualifications: x Current certificate of competence as a Registered Nurse with Extended Class privileges with the College of Nurses of Ontario. x Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing and successful completion of the Ontario Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program. x Experience in gerontological nursing and/or as a primary health care nurse practitioner is preferred. x Current Canadian Gerontological Nursing certification or current plans to obtain certification. x Current membership in the Nurse Practitioners Association of Ontario and the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. CL357704 Superintendent Team As a team, you will both be responsible for customer service, cleaning, minor repairs and maintenance of the interior and exterior of a residential property in Ottawa. Related experience and good communication and computer abilities are a must. A competitive salary and benefits package, including on-site accommodation, await you! Please apply on-line at minto.com or fax your resumes to (613) 788-2758, attention: Jensa. CL336316 We require a quality control inspector at ETM Industries. This would include Inspections, non-conformance reporting, Corrective and Preventative action reporting and knowledge of ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100 Rev C. Skill Requirements: Minimum 3 years relevant experience College or Technical Training Auditing experience an asset. Experience with CNC machining and mechanical components Ability to perform close tolerance inspection of detailed parts Sub-assemblies and complete assemblies Current Criminal background record check 6 month probation period Health benefits after 3 months Resumes may be dropped off until July 6, 2012 at E.T.M. Industries, 310 Hall Avenue, Renfrew, Ontario, K7V 2S5 Reference Job 2012-1 on Resume Only those selected for an interview will be contacted Compensation: Full Time - $93,728 � $110,269 per annum, plus comprehensive benefits package. Part Time - $51.50 - $58.77 per hour, no benefits. Please submit your application, indicating your preference of full time or part time, & stating Competition #12-49, by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 31, 2012 to: Human Resources, County of Renfrew 9 International Drive Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5 FAX: (613) 735-7590 EMAIL: email@example.com (in MS Word or pdf format) Thank you for your interest, however, only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted. CL358493 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 39 COMING EVENTS STONE FENCE THEATRE presents SCHOOLHOUSE By Leanna Brodie July to October Eganville Community Centre Tickets are now on sale by phone 613-757-1001 or toll-free 1-866-310-1004 and on line www.stonefence.ca Buy early for best seats. Sunday, July 8 from 8 a.m - 4 p.m., the. Kanata Animal Hospital, 440 Hazeldean Road, invites you to the 5th annual Microchip / Nail Trim / BBQ Fundraiser. This event is to benefit Giant Breed dogs & Horses in need of Birch Haven Rescue. No appointment necessary. For more info; (613)725-4279 or www.birchhaven.org REAL ESTATE $229,000, 3 bedroom bungalow, 6 years old, currently leased @ $1,500/month, Smiths Falls 613-217-1862. $449,000. Newer triplex, Smiths Falls, excellent net, longer term tenants. 613-217-1862. Upper Rideau Lake. Custom designed waterfront home, privately situated 500' from paved road with 330' prime lake frontage. www.propertyguys.com ID 159779. 613-272-0337. TRAILERS / RV'S VACATION/COTTAGES COTTAGE 2 Bedrooms 1 bathroom 15 min west of Arnprior, on Ottawa River. Large enclosed front deck, private beach. Swimming, fishing, boating. Available July 1 to Sept. 16. $550.00/week 613-646-2854 WANTED WANTED 31 FOOT Park Model 2002 Prowler sleeps 4, full stand up shower A/C. Specially built trailer, call for details, with decks, shed . Must see in person. $12,900 or best offer. includes lots fess for 2012 Can be seen at Camel Chute Campground check it out at www.camelchutecampround.ca 613-851-2865 OLDANTIQUE FURNITURE, old advertising coca-cola, Mountain Dew, old gas and oil items, toys, decoys, old postcards, old Halloween and Christmas items. Call Sheryl MacKenzie at 613-432-4909 VEHICLES 1996 GMC V8 Cube Van. white 108,000 kms work 613-432-8826 home 613-432-5423 WE BUY ALL TYPES of cooper, brasses, aluminum, stain steel, batteries, electric motors, starters, rads, alternators, scrap tin, old vehicles, appliances, farm machinery, over sized steel & cast iron. Drop off or pick up free of charge We pay market value in cash. 613-312-0456 or 613-433-9140. DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICE 31' JAYCO TRAILER, sleeps 8, A/C, heater, includes shed, 2 decks, BBQ and all equipment on nice lot in Renfrew. Price $12,000 Call 613-206-1412 REAL ESTATE SERVICES CANCEL YOUR TIMESHARE. No RISK program. STOP Mortgage and Maintenance payments today. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Free Consultation. Call us NOW. We can help! 1-888-356-5248 Seasonal RV Park White Cedars Tourist Park Waterfront Cottages for rent And Large Fully Serviced Lots 30 amp, water, and sewer Small Private RV Park Great fishing, swimming and Activities, Viewing by Appointment Only. 613-649-2255 www.whitecedars.com 2006 Buick Lucerne CX, well maintained, cold A/C, all power options 170 km. Asking $5500. Call 613-925-9926 or e:mail firstname.lastname@example.org WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE SCRAP CARS Will pay $100 - $150 even up to $200, depending on types. Picked up free. 613-432-3464 or cell 613-432-0449 WORK WANTED Certified Mason. 10 years experience. Chimney repair, restoration, parging, repointing. Brick, block and stone. Small/big job specialist. Free estimates. 613-250-0290. DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICE Viola Mary Bos Assortment of used tires, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.5. Summers, all-season and snows. Also used car parts. Gord 613-257-2498. PERSONAL LOCAL HOOKUPS B R O W S E 4 F R E E 1-888-628-6790 or #7878 mobile ******** Hot local chat 1-877-290-0553 Mobile: #5015 ******** Find your favourite CALL NOW 1 - 8 6 6 - 7 3 2 - 0 0 7 0 1-888-544-0199 18+ McGahern, Patricia Margaret Suddenly at home, on Tuesday June 19, 2012, Pat Ralston, age 68 years. Beloved wife of Bill McGahern; loving mother of Michael (Jennifer Diamond), Susan (John) Davin, Carol Ann (Jay) Mahoney, all of Ottawa. Adored nanny of Meghan, Conor, Shannon & Ally. Dear sister of Garry (Terry) Ralston, Gatineau. Pre-deceased by her parents Hubert & Catherine (Paquin) Ralston and her sister Marcella Ramey. By request, private family visitation. Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Francis Xavier Church, Renfrew, Saturday June 23rd at 10 a.m. In memory of Patricia, donations to Renfrew Victoria Hospital Oncology would be appreciated by her family. Online condolences/donations: www.gouletfuneralhome.com TRAILERS / RV'S 1992 30' Layton 5th Wheel RV with slide out. In very good condition, $5,500. Phone 613-659-3350. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM BUSINESS SERVICES PETS DOG SITTING Experienced retired breeder providing lots of TLC. My home. Smaller dogs only. References available. $17-$20 daily Marg 613-721-1530 PUREBRED PUPPIES for sale. Mini Dashhounds ( wiener dogs ) . 1 female, 1 male. 613-433-1246 or 613-433-3876 GEORGE'S BARBER SHOP 47 McGarry Ave Renfrew Phone 333893 613-432-9335 John Yates June 26, 1960 � June 25, 2002 A million times I've needed you A million times I've cried If love alone Could have saved you you never would have died. In life I loved you dearly, In death I love you still. In my heart you hold a place, No one else can fill. It broke my heart to lose you, But you didn't go alone Part of me went with you, The day God took you home. Always in our hearts, Love, Syl & Ginnie oxo PROFESSIONAL HANDYMAN The "Honey Do This" Company BILL WEISS 613-570-1488 email@example.com Renfrew-Calabogie-Arnprior 332584 DORZEK, Jarett In loving memory of our dear son, Jarett Dorzek. March 27, 1982 � July 2, 2010 A thousand times we needed you, A thousand times we cried, If love alone could have saved you, You never would have died. A heart of gold stopped beating, Two twinkling eyes close to rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Never a day goes by that, You're not in our heart and souls We miss you and love you. Wish you were here! CL358310 FOR RENT Offering affordable two bedroom apartments. For a viewing and more information call Derek McGrimmon daily for landscaping work! Competitive, Energetic, Honestly a MUST! GOULET FUNERAL HOME PropertyStarsJobs.com 432-1911 332615 FOR RENT 332402 APARTMENTS IN SECURE BUILDING Love Mom & Dad Campbell View & Campbell Place, Robert Street, Arnprior for viewing appointment CL325133 CL358499 Leach, William Elmer November 29, 1936 - June 20, 2012 Robert Alan Parsons May 10, 1930 � July 2, 2011 I thought of you with love today, But that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday, And days before that too. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name. All I have are memories, And your picture in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake, With which I'll never part, God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart. With love forever, Doll (Dolores) 613-623-7207 RETIREMENT RETIREMENT (retired 40 year employee Bell Canada) Passed away in Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital on Wednesday morning. Bill Leach of Arnprior at the age of 75 years. Beloved husband of Joyce (Hamilton) Leach. Dear father of Nancy (Elwyn) Ziebarth, Brian (Sharon) Leach, Donna (Bruce) Wright and Cathy (Shawn) Fridgen. Proud grandfather of Lindsay, Jamie, Darren, Christopher, Kristopher, Kassandra, Kolton, Mariah, Noah and Zachary. Great grandfather of Isla, Aubrey and Eden. Dear brother of Burt (June), Eric (Rita) and Muriel (William) Dickson. Visitations were at The Boyce Funeral Home Chapel, Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel Street N., Arnprior LEGREE, Terry (Employee Enbridge Gas) Suddenly but very peacefully at home in his sleep in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 24th, 2012. Terry Eddie Legree of White Lake at the age of 57 years. Dear son of the late Eddie Legree and the late Ella Deacon. Dearly loved brother , best friend and next door neighbor of Lorry and his wife, Nancy. Cherished and proud uncle of Steven and Catherine. Family and friends paid their respects at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday from 10 until 10:45 a.m. A Service to celebrate Terry's life was conducted in the Pilon Family Chapel on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment followed at the White Lake Community Cemetery. Rev. Brian Barr officiated. In memory of Terry, a donation to the University of Ottawa Heart Institute or the MS Society would be appreciated Condolences/Tributes/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca CL358300 MY DAD If I could write a story It would be the greatest ever told Of a kind and loving father Who had a heart of gold I could write a million pages But still be unable to say, just how much I love and miss him Every single day I will remember all he taught me I'm hurt but won't be sad `Coz he'll send me down the answers And he'll always be MY DAD Love from Lance, Leanne and Dorothy Grandchildren Joshua, Liam, Cameron, Aaron, Sean and Nicole on Friday 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service was held in The Boyce Chapel Saturday June 23, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. Interment Arnprior Malloch Road cemetery. Reception to follow in The Boyce Reception Centre. In memoriams to the Ottawa Heart Institute would be appreciated by his family. Condolences / Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca CL35890 CL358152 CL358966 40 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 CL358117 McGRIMMON HOLDINGS HELP WANTED $ Peacefully at the Groves Park Lodge, Renfrew, on Saturday June 23rd, 2012. Viola was just one week shy of her 92 birthday. Beloved wife of the late Jakob Bos and by first marriage the late Lawrence Cybulski. Predeceased by her sons Gary and Terry Cybulski. Cherished mother of Joan (Murray) Bilson, Renfrew, Ronnie (Nancy) Cybulski, Exeter, Marlyn (Ken) Young, Whitby and step mother of Clarence Bos, Renfrew. Survived by grandchildren Keith (Cathy), Terry (Adriana), Barry (Monica), Mark (Janie), Kristine (Steven) Peggy (Mike), Allan (Donna), Kelly, Kim (Stan), Christopher, Jennifer (Sean), Scott (Tara); great-grandmother of Jessica, Christopher, Ryan, Jayden, Hanna (Brad), Kimberly, Katie-ann, Lindsay,Christopher McClure, Jonah, Madasyn, Jessica, Kathryn Kate, Sarah , Brian, Donovan (Laura), Caleb and Pasey. Dear great-great grandmother of Kaydee Abel. Much loved sister of Marjorie Leslie. Visitations at the GOULET FUNERAL HOME, 310 Argyle St. S., Renfrew, on Monday June 25th from 2-4, 7-9pm and after 9:15 am on Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Church, on Tuesday June 26th at 10:30am. Interment St. Francis Xavier Cemetery. Donations to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Oncology Dept would be appreciated. Online condolences/donations: www.gouletfuneralhome.com 100-$400 CASH CL358604 SPORTS Your Community Newspaper Jr. B Packers welcome aboard new owner Derek Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org SULLIVANS GOLF `FORE' COMMUNITY LIVING Photo by John Carter Community Living Renfrew County South's summer camp program got a major boost, as usual, in late May, from the 12th annual Sullivan Golf Tournament. A total of 38 teams gathered at the Madawaska Golf Course to enjoy an afternoon of golf and support a worthy cause. Even the threat of stormy weather did not deter the avid golfers taking part. Among the golfers were a strong contingent from the Sullivan family and the M. Sullivan and Son company. Seen with Community Living manager Tina MacLaren, left, are, from left, Morris Sullivan, Jonathon Sullivan, Lori Van Wyk and the company's chairman of the board Bill Holmes, ready to head out and conquer the course. MacLaren said Community Living appreciates the support that allows many children with special needs to go to summer camp. It was with mixed feelings the golfers took to the course this year, as it was the first tournament since Tommy Sullivan's death last winter. "Tommy was a huge supporter (of Community Living and the tournament)," said MacLaren. "His presence will be missed." But not forgotten. The Thomas E. Sullivan Trophy has been provided for the tournament to keep his memory alive. EMC sports � The Arnprior Packers Junior B club has a new owner: Marco Scapillati. is president of M. Scapillati Flooring in Manotick, and has coached minor hockey in the past. The team's new general manager, Shawn Patrick, made the announcement in late May. Patrick is a former coach of the Packers. "He's pretty gung-ho," Patrick said, who noted the team is still basking in last season's first Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League Valley Division title in 14 years. "We hope to repeat. I think we'll be fairly competitive." The coaching staff won't change. Bill Griese and his staff are expected to build on the success once a number one goalie is secured. "I think we should be right in the mix of things," said Patrick, who added he was lured back to the club � he served as coach four years ago - because he loves hockey. He can even see the rink from his house. The last owner, Enzo Mastromattei, owner of Rockin' Johnny's in Kanata and Unique Import Auto in Carleton Place, found he couldn't commit the time needed to play a proper role in the team. He bought the Packers in 2010. WOLVES CHANGE COACHES The Renfrew Timberwolves will enter the 2012-13 Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League season with a familiar face behind the bench. General manager Brent Sylvester will take over the coaching reins from Tony Iob effective immediately. "Tony's contract was not renewed," Wolves president Doug Miller said. With his hockey experience overseas, Miller said Iob was actually overqualified for the amount the Wolves could afford to pay him. "Tony isn't going to coach for nothing," Miller noted. A former Wolves defenceman, Sylvester is looking forward to the challenge of stepping in behind the bench, where he has been before. "I'm excited. I'm looking forward to the challenge," he said. "I have a lot of work to do." Sylvester has assistant coaches in place. Ex-Timberwolf and Pontiac Junior blueliner Jason Gould; Lorenzo Comparelli, who has about 20 years Triple A coaching experience in Toronto; and Gould's brother Brent, a goaltender who also played in the junior B loop, will join Sylvester. One player Comparelli coached at the Triple A level was Tie Domi's son, who appears destined to make the National Hockey League. -With files from Peter Clark Correction EMC sports � The winner of the Junior Boys Grades 5-6 race at the annual Optimist Fitzroy over the Carp Cross Country Run May 15 was Matthew Hebert of John XXIII, not Matthew Herbert as indicated in last week's Chronicle Guide EMC. Pros to fish bass on Mississippi Lake EMC events � A Renegade Bass Tournament Series is coming to Carleton Place this Saturday, June 30. The event will feature the best bass fishing anglers in Canada and well over $3 million worth of boats and motors will be on the water that day. The tournament runs from 7 a.m. and the weigh-in begins at 4 p.m. with more than $15,000 in prize money up for grabs. The professional bass fishing teams fishing the series are all pre-registered and fish the tournament as part of a series of five tournaments of which Mississippi Lake is the first. R0011470050 Arnprior Minor Hockey Association is seeking qualified applicants for Rep Coaching positions for the 2012-2013 Minor Hockey season 1110 Carp Road, Unit 110, Stittsville Coaching positions are available for the following: Novice Atom Peewee Bantam Midget (minor/major) 0503.R0011381270 NO WAIT TIME, JUST MINUTES OFF THE 417 AT CARP ROAD EXIT Now Open on Saturdays 8-1pm for Massage and Physiotherapy 613-836-4676 Life - Pain free as it should be. No aides, No assistants, One on One Treatments for 30-60 mins. BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT ON-LINE @ Deadline for Submission is July 9th 2012 Interested candidates should email their resume to email@example.com Or mail to AMHA, Rep Coach Application P.O. Box 372 Arnprior, on K7S 3L9 R0011444444 www.stittsvillephysio.ca Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 41 SPORTS Your Community Newspaper Reinhart wins top tournament EMC sports � Arnprior Golf Club member Dwight Reinhart won the Quebec Men's MidAmateur Championship last week. It's the latest in a string of victories for the Renfrew area resident. He has won several top-flight tournaments in the past. His trophy case contains cups from the Ottawa Citizen Championship, the OVGA Match Play, the OVGA Mid-Am, the Flagstick Amateur Shootout and the Ottawa PGA Zone Championship. However, up until this year he had come close, but had not won the Quebec Men's MidAmateur tournament, having finished in the top three at least twice. The tournament was played at the Whitlock Golf Club in Hudson. This year he won by a single stroke, edging Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Graham Cooke. Reinhart shot a 72, 75 and 71 over the three days of the tournament. The competition was close, coming down to the final two holes. TOWN OF ARNPRIOR NOTICE OF THE PASSING OF A ZONING BY-LAW TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior passed By-law 6099-12 on the 25th day of June, 2012, under Section 34(18) of the Planning Act, 1990. AND TAKE NOTICE that any person or agency may appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board in respect of the By-law by filing with the Clerk of the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior not later than the 18th day of July, 2012, a notice of appeal setting out the reasons for the appeal and accompanied by the prescribed fee required by the Ontario Municipal Board. The prescribed fee is $125.00 and must be made payable to the Minister of Finance. Appeal forms are available at the Town Hall during regular office hours or from the Ontario Municipal Board website at www.omb.gov.on.ca. Only individuals, corporations and public bodies may appeal a by-law to the Ontario Municipal Board. A notice of appeal may not be filed by an unincorporated association or group. However, a notice of appeal may be filed in the name of an individual who is a member of the association or the group on its behalf. No person or public body shall be added as a party to the hearing of the appeal unless, before the by-law was passed, the person or public body made oral submissions at the public meeting or written submissions to the council or, in the opinion of the Ontario Municipal Board, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party. An explanation of the purpose and effect of the By-law and a key plan are attached. The complete By-law is available for inspection in the Planning Office during regular office hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. EXPLANATORY NOTE The Council of the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior passed Comprehensive Zoning By-law 4990-01, which applies to the entire Town of Arnprior, on October 29, 2001. The current zoning of the subject lands is Mixed Use Commercial � Exception One (MUC-E1), Mixed Use Commercial � Exception Three (MUC-E3) and Mixed Use Commercial � Exception Four (MUC-E4). The purpose and effect of the amendment is to rezone the lands zoned MUC-E1 and MUC-E3 to MUC-E4, to permit the development of the lands for residential use and to reduce the rear setback from 6.0 metres to 0 metres. The subject lands are described as Lots 11, 46, 47, 48 and Part Lot 50, Plan 19, municipally known as 106 McGonigal Street, as shown on the attached key plan. Dated at the Town of Arnprior this 28th day of June, 2012. Key Plan: FUN IN THE SUN Photo by Derek Dunn Zac Neadow of the Annoying Orange team chomps into a Dilly Bar during the ArnpriorMcNab-Braeside United Soccer Club's annual fun day. Many of the 200 kids on Dockart Park fields that day played in parent-player games and received medals on June 26. SELECT COMPETITION Photo by Julie Bahm-Reid Arnprior Selects Nolan MacGregor gathers in the ball for a pass to Alex Reid who speeds up the line in U10 action on June 16. It was a tough day for the local lads, losing close matches to Renfrew, Petawawa and Opeongo. But the boys have worked hard during practices and vow to do much better in upcoming games. The Vacuum Shawp 108 STAYE COURT DRIVE 613-623-2778 Hurry in while quantities last in stock! Authorized Beam and Electrolux Dealer Beam Classic 600 Air Watts Central Vacuum System with the Straight Deluxe Air Kit Beam Serenity Wide Body 640 Air Watts Central Vacuum System with the Rug Master Electric Kit 3 way switch hose electric power head $499.99 Jacquie Farrow-Lawrence, Clerk 105 Elgin St. West Arnprior ON K7S 0A8 Tel. (613)623-4231 www.arnprior.ca R0011482094 $799.99 R0011478406 SALES � REPAIRS � WARRANTY � PARTS 42 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 EDUCATION Your Community Newspaper HATS ON FOR FOR JOHN XXIII STUDENTS HATS OFF TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT Photo courtesy Rick Desarmia Grade One students from John XXIII School visited the Stanley Tourangeau Fire/Police Center Tuesday. The students have been learning about their community and visited the police and fire departments as part of their learning experience. While visiting the fire station, students were paid a surprise visit from Sparky The Fire Dog. Sparky and the children had some fun riding on Arnprior's very first fire truck. It's never too early to start teaching children about fire safety NOTICE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR Who is Nobody `wonderful concept' Continued from Page 33 In the matter of Sections 34(12) of the Planning Act, the Town of Arnprior hereby gives NOTICE OF THE FOLLOWING: A public meeting regarding Zoning By-law amendment lands municipally known as 124 Fourth Avenue to allow mini-storage as a permitted use in the Light Industrial (LM) Zone. Subject Lands The Town of Arnprior has received application ZBLA-4/12 for an amendment to Zoning By-law 4990-01, as amended, for the lands described as part of Lots 3 and 4, Conc. C, municipally known as 124 Fourth Avenue, as shown on the attached Key Map. Public Meeting A public meeting giving the public an opportunity to make representations in respect of the zoning amendment will be held on Monday, July 23rd, 2012 at 6:30p.m. in Council Chambers at the Town Hall, 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior. Description of Application The purpose of the proposed zoning amendment is to add "mini-storage" as a permitted use in the Light Industrial (LM) Zone for the subject lands. The effect of the amendment is to rezone the lands from Light Industrial (LM) to Light Industrial � Exception Three (LM-3). Further Information To view any information or materials related to the proposal, please contact the Planning Office, Town Hall, 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior, or on the Town's web site at www.arnprior.ca. Notification and Submission Requirements If you wish to be notified of the adoption of the proposed zoning by-law amendment, or a refusal of a request to amend the Zoning By-law, you must make a written request to: Clerk, Town of Arnprior, 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior, Ontario, K7S 0A8. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the Town of Arnprior before the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is adopted, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of the Town of Arnprior to the Ontario Municipal Board. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the Town of Arnprior before the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is adopted, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Ontario Municipal Board unless, in the opinion of the Board, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party. Note: One of the purposes of the Planning Act is to provide for planning processes that are open, accessible, timely and efficient. Accordingly, all written submissions, documents, correspondence, e-mails or other communications (including your name and address) form part of the public record and will be disclosed/made available by the Town to such persons as the Town sees fit, including anyone requesting such information. Accordingly, in providing any such information, you shall be deemed to have consented to its use and disclosure as part of the planning process. Key Map: Dated at the Town of Arnprior this 28th day of June, 2012. Jacquie Farrow-Lawrence, Clerk 105 Elgin Street West Arnprior, Ontario K7S 0A8 www.arnprior.ca R0011484404 Palmer pointed out that Who is Nobody (WIN) has been introduced to thousands of children (45,000 at last count), teachers and others with its concept of encouragement, mentoring and helpfulness. WIN promotes teamwork, literacy and sharing through the efforts of groups, especially students and teachers in a classroom setting to work both individually and as a team to take `nobody' and turn them into a somebody, "a truly wonderful concept that brings the spirit of acceptance and understanding to all," he said. "In the world of education, no matter how hard technology has tried over many years, it has never come close to the replacement of a good teacher. Technology while both exciting and supportive cannot do what is needed by devoted and sincere unity and cooperation of people working together to reach goals," he added. Palmer said that Who is Nobody, through its unique attributes, is a highly charged activity of learning, sharing and kindness that when used really imaginatively by both student and teacher alike brings the kind of character building and maturity that reflects the goals and objectives of Rotary, as it lends credence to a supportive, caring, benevolent and charitable society. Who is Nobody uses the individual strengths of each person to build character and com- pleteness, he added. The skills sets of verbal and oral communication are built upon through improving literacy both written and oral skills, understanding each other and the benefits of charity and acts of kindness. Over a relatively short period of time, students apply cohesiveness and team-work skills to create a unique and important `Somebody', Palmer said. "Students together learn to gather and then use their talents, strengths and capabilities to conquer fears, assist each other to overcome problems, do good things in their community and prove there is no limit to the educational value of WIN." He noted that Clark has voluntarily dedicated her life "to see that this incredible, charitable program continues to provide valuable leadership, kindness, peace, goodwill and benevolence towards others. Her love of education and improving the lives of others is amply shown through the WIN program." The program has spread across Canada and into the U.S., England, Australia and Saudi Arabia, he noted. "It has brought better understanding of the values of working together to extol the virtues of sharing and caring and for these many reasons all which exemplify the four-way-test many times over, it makes Kelly an outstanding example of what it means to commit to `Service above Self'." Town of Arnprior Waste Management Reminders The Arnprior Waste Disposal Site (Landfill) will be CLOSED Monday, July 2, 2011. Garbage and recycling collection services are NOT affected. Prior to entering the Landfill � Please purchase a Landfill pass at the Town Hall or Nick Smith Centre. � Please ensure that the vehicle load is properly secured and/or covered with a tarp to prevent littering along the roads. � Please continue to divert waste by separating waste into their respective streams. Happy Canada Day! Please see the Town of Arnprior's website at www.arnprior.ca for additional information and updates. Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 43 EDUCATION Your Community Newspaper Catholic board uses reserves to pass no-cuts budget Declining enrolment leads to renewed talk of school board amalgamations, trustees note EMC news � The Renfrew County Catholic District School Board (RCCDSB) will invest $58.97 million in its faith-based education system in 2012�2013, according to the budget passed unanimously by Board trustees June 25. The new budget will use about $300,000 in reserves to allow the district to maintain all of its existing programs in the coming school year. "In keeping with our commitment to provide the highest quality of education in our faith-based schools, we plan no program cuts in our 2012�2013 budget," said board chair Bob Schreader. "This will allow our schools to meet the needs and expectations of our students and their parents, and support the Ministry of Education's goals for individual student achievement." He said a revenue shortfall of $305,742 will be covered by board reserves. Schreader praised fellow trustees for their commitment to the board priorities. "Your prudent decision-making and effective use of our board's resources have helped to expand our achievements as a faith-based education system and support student success in our community of schools," he said. The new budget includes several provincewide initiatives that focus on increasing student success and responding to individual needs of students, Schreader pointed out. "This Board strives to provide an inclusive school environment for each and every one of our students to achieve their personal best. To that end, we will maintain our focus on special education," Schreader said. The $8.4-million program, which is the board's largest single initiative, will be supported by $7 million in funding resulting in a special education deficit of $1.4 million. Other key initiatives for 2012�2013 include: � Full-day, every-day Early Learning Kindergarten Program (ELKP) at two new sites - Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in Pembroke and St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School in Renfrew. � The addition of an Early Education teacher to the Aboriginal Success program in order to help close the gap in student achievement. � The expansion of the summer school program for Grade 4 students. In addition to the Crusaders Camp in Pembroke's Bishop Smith Catholic High School, another camp, called Jaguar, will be offered at St. Joseph's Catholic High School in Renfrew. The program allows students to explore and experience all that Catholic high schools have to offer. � Support for French as a Second Language (FSL) programs with an extended pilot program continuing at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School in Petawawa and a new pilot program at St. Joseph's Catholic School in Arnprior this fall. � A total of $125,000 in Ministry of Education funding to support the Student Work Study Teachers initiative. This project involves a collaborative study of student learning needs, plus assessment and instructional strategies to close learning gaps and improve achievement. � A continuing focus on improving student achievement across the board. In the recent Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test results, RCCDSB's secondary students exceeded board expectations, with an 86 per cent average. The provincial average was 82 per cent. � Maintaining a partnership with the Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) to improve parent involvement in their children's education. PIC recently offered some recommendations that included pooling resources by bringing parent school councils together; increasing communication to inform parents about Ministry and Board initiatives; as well as sharing tips with parents on how to help their children succeed. � Investing $25,000 from the Ontario Leadership Strategy for professional training to help aspiring leaders in the board. The funds will be used to enhance the knowledge of the board's leadership team. � Building a more robust chaplaincy program as part of the board's religious education goals. Other activities include an annual religious retreat for trustees and formal meetings with religious leaders in the community. School principals also work with pastors throughout the year on religious activities within local communities. � Introducing a Hockey Canada Skills Academy at St. Joseph's Catholic High School in Renfrew this fall. This innovative program will allow Grade 9 and 10 students to earn high school credits from hockey instruction. � In an effort to expand the board's music program, staffing will be enhanced. � Continuing to expand the technology infrastructure program as well as enhancing wireless capabilities across the school system. Projects include upgrading hardware in schools and classroom laptops for students. A blended learning approach, combining traditional teacher-led classes with digital resources, continues to move forward. � New high-tech projects include iPad pilot projects at Holy Name Catholic School in Pembroke and Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Renfrew. At Our Lady of Fatima, for instance, two high-tech projects are supported by the provincial Teachers Leadership and Learning Program. The projects involve using iPads, iPod Touches and Smart Boards to target at-risk readers and improve reading levels as well as improve oral language levels. Other project funding includes: � A total of $23,000 for the Early Primary Collaborative Inquiry (EPCI), which focuses on teaching Kindergarten to Grade 2 children to develop deep-thinking skills through literacy. � The Collaborative Inquiry for Learning in Math program, with a budget of $45,000, continues to improve instruction and student learning through problem-solving in mathematics. � An allotment of $91,400 for strategically focused initiatives to assist specific schools with student achievement. R0011294477 ARNPRIOR-MCNAB RINGETTE ASSOCIATION Registration for the 2012-2013 season for Ringette Players, Ages 4 � 18 Where: Nick Smith Centre � Arena "B" When: Tues July 3rd & Mon July 9th Time: 7 � 9 pm Registration Received BEFORE July 31st: $200 - Bunny / Learn-to-Skate Program (for boys & girls ages 4-7yrs) $400 - 1st player (Novice to Belle) $385 - 2nd player in same household $170 - 3rd and subsequent player in same household FULL GEAR required for all age levels per ORA policy Registrations received after July 31st � add $50 (Waiting list in effect) Post-dated cheques required, payable Aug 3rd & Oct 3rd CHECK OUT www.arnpriorringette.ca FOR FURTHER DETAILS � More than $100,000 is allocated to the Safe Schools program, which provides a Safe Schools co-ordinator to deal with students' health, wellness, safety and retention issues, and to ensure their needs are addressed promptly and appropriately. � The Board is maintaining its commitment to the summer school program for literacy and numeracy, serving more than 300 students board-wide. � Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) programs will provide specialized career training for high school students. Courses include Health and Wellness, Hospitality, Transportation and Solar Energy. � The university Enrichment Mini Course Program (EMCP) is open to students in Grades 8 to 11. About 50 students participate annually in this hands-on learning experience in a university setting. Courses are offered in a variety of disciplines, such as information technology, psychology, engineering, journalism, mathematics, music, drama and law. In the area of capital funding, the board looks forward to the official opening for students of the new, state-of-the-art St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School in Petawawa on Sept. 4. The Board's other capital projects include an ELKP classroom addition at John XXIII Catholic School in Arnprior. The Board will also be holding discussions with all employee groups whose agreements expire on Aug. 31. The board stresses it is committed to working both positively and collaboratively toward new agreements, while ensuring the best interests of students are met. Declining enrolment continues to be an issue for the board, as it is throughout the province. Funding for student bus transportation has been adjusted in response to the decline in enrolment, with an additional one per cent reduction due to a routing efficiencies rating. The Board will also be involved in consultations with the Ministry of Education about the possibility for amalgamation by September 2013. The board will learn more about potential implications for local communities in the upcoming months. Dr. Corrine Motluk R0011475957 Dr. Alan Franzmann Dr. Louise Hale Dr. Corrine Motluk Dr. Alan Franzmann Complete Family Eye Care Quality Eyewear and Lenses Contact Lens Fittings Digital Retinal Photography Laser Surgery Co-management Ophthalmology Consults Onsite Orthokeratology Fittings stittsvilleoptometry 1464 Stittsville Main St. Stittsville, ON 613-836-2030 www.stittsvilleoptometry.com LIFE RESCUE Rescue a Life...Learn CPR R0011471644/0628 . July 3 July 5 July 24 July 26 July 31 August 2 August 21 August 23 August 28 August 30 July 10 August 7 July 12 August 9 44 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 R0011473337/0628 www.liferescue.ca ENTERTAINMENT Your Community Newspaper Theresa Fritz Summer concerts in the Park return to Fitzroy Provincial Park a pleasure to work with Waste Management and together, we are pleased to be raising money again for CHEO in support of all their great work. We are truly looking forward to seeing new faces and regular attendees for the summer 2012 line-up." The concerts in both locations take place at 7 p.m., but there is plenty to enjoy before the music starts. Beginning at 6 p.m. a cash barbecue will be available at all concerts. In West Carleton, the barbecue is courtesy of local youth groups and all funds will go towards supporting local youth initiatives. In Stittsville, the barbecue is available courtesy of the City of Ottawa and all funds will go towards supporting local youth initiatives. Donations to CHEO will also be collected at all concerts. Concert dates for Fitzroy Provincial Park and performers are: � July 5 � Sidewinder � July 12 � Maple Hill � July 19 � Ambush � July 26 � Mick Armitage Band Fitzroy Provincial Park is located at 5201 Canon Smith Dr., off Galetta Side Road, in Fitzroy Harbour. Concert dates for Stittsville and performers are: � Aug. 2 � Catalyst � Aug. 9 � Eddy and the Stingrays � Aug. 16 � Captain Fantastic The Village Square Park in Stittsville is located at the corner of Stittsville Main Street and Abbott Street. All concerts go rain or shine and attendees are reminded to bring a lawn chair. ARNPRIOR'S HISTORIC THEATRE PG PG FRIDAY, JUNE 29 - THURSDAY JULY 5 BATTLESHIP Fri, Sat, Sun 7:30 p.m. R0011480134 firstname.lastname@example.org BRAVE Fri & Sat 7 & 8:45; Sun-Thurs 7:30 p.m. EMC events - A musical staple of summer is returning to West Carleton and Stittsville. The Thursday night Concerts in the Park, presented by Waste Management, will be taking place at Fitzroy Harbour Provincial Park this July and Stittsville Village Square Park in August. The concerts have been a mainstay in the communities for more than 15 years and residents are encouraged to come out and enjoy an exciting line-up of musical talent in a variety of genres. "The City of Ottawa is excited about the continued growth of Concerts in the Park. It is a fantastic "family friendly" event that attracts young and old from all over West Carleton and the Ottawa Valley," said West Carleton program coordinator Adam O'Rourke. "It's always PG THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN Monday 8 p.m.; Tues-Thurs 7:30 p.m. PG 147 John St. N. 613.623.4007 1:30 Daily Mats start Friday, June 29 G MATINEES BRAVE JUST $5!! MADAGASCAR 3 1:30 Daily Mats Fri-Mon Visit us at www.obrientheatre.com PG THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN 1:30 Daily Mats Start Tuesday, July 3 The Amazing SPIDERMAN starts Monday July 2, 8PM Doors open at 6:45 THIS WEEK'S FEATURE Arnprior Shopping Centre WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY JULY 1ST CLOSED MONDAY JULY 2ND Provincial park hosts movie nights this summer Theresa Fritz email@example.com EMC events � Summer in West Carleton means that you can not only enjoy concerts in Fitzroy Provincial Park but movies as well. While the City of Ottawa has already announced the Waste Management Concerts in the Park will return to the provincial park Thursday evenings in July, Movie Nights in the Park are also being added to the summer calendar. And even thought the movies are a first for West Carleton, the event is modeled after one that has been held in Stittsville Village Square before. According to Adam O'Rourke, program coordinator for West Carleton, the stage backdrop for the Concerts in the Park will serve as the screen for the movies. "We'll do the concerts on Thursdays and the movies on Wednesdays" he explained. "The moves are free of charge but donations to CHEO will be accepted." O'Rourke said the movies have been well received in Stittsville, drawing between 70-100 people and he hopes for the same response locally. "It's a new event this year and we are really hoping it does well," O'Rouke noted. "We will have a popcorn maker. It will have an old movie-style feel. Canteen revenues raised during the movie nights will go towards Youth Connexion. Movies will start at dusk and attendees can bring a lawn chair or a blanket to watch the flicks under the stars. The movie lineup is as follows: 1 Wednesday, July 4 � Shrek 2 Wednesday, July 11 � Ferris Bueller's Day Off 3 Wednesday, July 18, Grease 4 Wednesday, July 25 � Jumanji Visit firstname.lastname@example.org for more. HAPPY CANADA DAY! � Climate Controlled � Free Parking R0011468472 375 Daniel Street South, Arnprior 613-623-4367 THIS WEEK'S FEATURE 0628 R0011480159 THIS WEEK'S FEATURE THIS WEEK'S FEATURE R0011480214 375 WHITE LAKE RD., ARNPRIOR 55 ELGIN ST. W, ARNPRIOR THIS WEEK'S FEATURE R0011480179 R0011480250 THIS WEEK'S FEATURE THIS WEEK'S FEATURE R0011480267 Jack &Faiths 245 DANIEL ST., ARNPRIOR 375 DANIEL ST. S, ARNPRIOR 39 WINNERS CIRCLE, ARNPRIOR Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 45 R0011480236 POLITICS Your Community Newspaper Yakabuski nominated again as PC candidate Staff EMC news � To no one's surprise, sitting MPP John Yakabuski has again been nominated as the Progressive Conservatives candidate in the next election. Yakabuski was unapposed for the nomination at a party meeting Saturday morning. After being nominated, the MPP mingled with constituents at McNab Days festivities at Red Pine Bay. The provincial Liberals are in a minority government position, so an election could be triggered quickly. While there was some talk of a summer election a couple of weeks ago, that dissipated when the provincial budget was passed last week. In a news release, Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak congratulated Yakabuski on his nomination and thanked him for his "unwavering focus" on reducing the size and cost of government and kickstarting the economy to create private-sector jobs. "John has earned the confidence of his community over and over again because they know they can count on him to represent their priorities," said Hudak. "While the McGuinty Liberals continue to deepen Ontario's economic crisis, the Ontario PC Party is promoting solutions to create new jobs and rein in government spending." Hudak had similar words of praise for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington MPP Randy Hillier, the party's Labour Critic, when he was nominated in late May. In accepting the nomination, Yakabuski said he is "honoured to continue representing RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke by working hard to promote positive ideas to tackle Ontario's spending and jobs crisis." He maintained that the PCs are "the only one talking seriously about how we get private sector job growth back on track. This Liberal-NDP budget that puts our province on the road to a $30-billion deficit is the wrong path for Ontario's future prosperity." Yakabuski said "urgent action is needed," citing several specific Ontario PC plans for private sector job growth that include: � balancing the budget to encourage businesses to expand and hire; � lowering taxes for job-creating businesses; � eliminating costly and failed wind and solar subsidies for more affordable energy; � a more flexible and responsive approach to regulation; � more skilled trades jobs by modernizing the apprenticeship system. Yakabuski, first elected in 2003, was re-elected MPP for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke for his third term on Oct. 6, 2011 by a large margin. He currently serves as the Chief Whip for the Official Opposition and as the Community Safety Critic in the PC's shadow cabinet. His father, Paul Yakabuski, served as the MPP for the riding of Renfrew South for 24 years. Photo by Sherry Haaima MPP John Yakabuski, left, and Dave Lemkay, right, join alligator boat pilot Cheri Emerson, back, Miriam Woods and Ken Durant aboard the W. D. Stalker after the McNab Days Riverdrive came ashore at Red Pine Bay Saturday. Earlier in the day, Yakabuski was nominated again as PC candidate in the riding. Orange Crush could come to Renfrew County: NDP MP EMC news - New Democrat Treasury Board Critic and Pontiac MP Mathieu Ravignat spoke to RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke New Democrats Saturday about what got him elected as part of the `Orange Crush' of NDPers who got elected federally in 2011. Local party activists, finding themselves in the unprecedented position of having an elected New Democrat in an adjacent federal riding, invited Ravignat, a 40-year old researcher and trade union activist before being elected, to join them for a meet-andgreet in Cobden. Although political dynamics are different in Ontario from Quebec, what riding New Democrats have in common with Pontiac NDPers is that they are facing incumbent Conservatives. In 2011, Ravignat defeated former high-profile Conservative Cabinet minister Lawrence Cannon. Some of the same factors will be at play in Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, he said. "The Conservative base in the riding is slowly getting older and older," this riding, we are the solution." Ravignat spoke with pride of his party's work in opposition to the Conservatives' omnibus budget bill C-38. "It was a typical omnibus strategy pulled from the Mike Harris days, and we have the same enemies as back then, people like Tony Clement, Jim Flaherty and John Baird," he said. "They're reproducing a lot of the harm the did in Ontario federally." C-38, he said, was used to introduce changes to legislation "that had nothing to do with the budget ... (but instead) deregulation of environment policies including fish habitat protection, raising the age of eligibility for OAS, changes to EI." The changes to Employment Insurance, he said, will "basically empty my riding of seasonal workers. They will be forced to move or work that's not in their field for much lower wages." The budget was a hard issue to explain to people, he said, "But when you explain it, no citizen in this country likes their democracy abused." Photo courtesy Chris Tanner Pontiac MP Mathieu Ravignat, centre, with some of the Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke NDPers who attended a party meeting in Cobden Saturday. Included are the party's riding president Brian Dougherty of Arnprior and former candidate Sue McSheffrey. Ravignat said about his constituency, with the same that could be said for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke. More importantly, he said, today's Harper Conservatives turn off many old Progressive Conservatives. "I spent a lot of my campaign explaining to that base that the Conservatives of the day are not the Conservatives of yesterday. There are ways to convince Conservatives to vote NDP. There are questions of fairness that concern old-style PCs. "They, like any good Canadian, do not like unfair government, untransparent government, or the tactics that have been used since the election by this government." Ravignat said many older Conservatives have approached him since the election and "said, in a whisper, `I didn't vote for you but next time I will'. I ask why and they tell me, `Those guys aren't good people'." Due to the Orange Wave and the early success of new NDP leader Thomas Mulcair, the NDP has become electable in every riding in Canada, Ravignat maintained. "We are now the strategic vote. It's as true here as it's true in Quebec as it's true in Saskatchewan. If you want to replace the Conservatives in THIS WEEK'S FEATURE THIS WEEK'S FEATURE R0011480377 THIS WEEK'S FEATURE Incredible DEAL! Hart R0011480395 0628.R0011480451 60 STAYE COURT DR, ARNPRIOR 46 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 375 DANIEL STREET SOUTH ARNPRIOR 290 DANIEL ST. S, ARNPRIOR NEWS Your Community Newspaper Faces of Diversity ADHS students hear of intolerance at its worst Leading up to the Ottawa Valley's first Diversity Festival July 7 in Renfrew, organizers invite you to meet some of the many diverse individuals who make up our unique and wonderful community. "Let me give you an idea of what hell is all about." David Shentow, one of Ottawa's most well-known Holocaust survivors, knows exactly where intolerance can lead. He has walked the path and lived to tell the story. He told his powerful, horrific story to a large group of Arnprior District High School students June 6. It is a story none of them will soon forget. Shentow was held in concentration camps from 1942 to 1945, spending ages 17 to 20 in captivity. Born in Warsaw, Poland in 1925, his family moved to Antwerp, Belgium when he was an infant in an attempt to escape anti-Semitism. In August of 1942, Shentow and his father were ordered to report to the Antwerp railway station � it was the last time he would see his mother and two sisters. He was deported to a work camp in France and was later put on a train and sent to Auschwitz. After four days aboard the train, Shentow arrived at Auschwitz along with 3,000 others to find people in striped pajamas, caps and wooden clogs. Women, children, disabled and the elderly were told to move to the left. Shentow was sent to the right, along with other able-bodied men. The men were instructed to undress, take a cold shower, and run naked to the other end of what he had determined to Holocaust survivor David Shentow shows the tattoo he received as a concentration camp prisoner to an Arnprior District High School student. Shentow is one of Ottawa's most well-known Holocaust survivors, speaking to students and groups about the experience regularly. Photos by Sherry Haaima be a concentration camp. It was then he was tattooed with the number 72585, which was how he would be referred to from then on. Shentow told the students he asked the man tattooing him what the significance of his number was. The man replied that Shentow was the 72,585th prisoner in the camp. When he asked how many people were in the camp he was told around 30,000. "Where is everybody else?" asked Shentow. The tattoo artist pointed to the smoke stacks of the crematorium. Before leaving Auschwitz, Shentow learned the heartbreaking news from a neighbour from his hometown that his mother and two sisters had been killed. In 1943, Shentow was transferred from Auschwitz to the remains of the former Warsaw Ghetto, where he joined a group of prisoners in working to level the ruins of buildings. In August 1944, Shentow joined 5,000 Jewish prisoners on a death march to Dachau, walking 50-60 miles each day. Heat and thirst and hunger plagued the prisoners. Then they were put on a cattle train, 120 people per box car, and taken to Dachau. It was one long, hellish year for Shentow at Dachau until liberation on April 29, 1945, his 20th birthday. "It was the day I was born again," he said. As the only surviving member of a family of 17, Shentow considers his survival a miracle. While he said he didn't like rehashing the memories and reliving the pain, he feels an obligation to tell the story, to prevent it from happening again and to counter the views of those who say the Holocaust didn't happen. "If someone says they don't like Jewish people, if someone says they're going to kill Jewish people, listen to them." FESTIVAL The Diversity Festival kicks off July 6 with Dragon's Breath, a theatrical performance at 7 p.m. at Trinity-St. Andrew's United Church in Renfrew. The main festival on Saturday, July 7 runs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Renfrew's Low Square. 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On Thursday, July 26, we are offering a day trip to Calypso Water Park near Limoges, Ontario. Calypso is Canada's biggest and best theme waterpark. It has more than 35 waterslides and 100 water games. It also has the highest freestanding waterslide tower in North America. What a rush! Our bus leaves the Nick Smith Centre at 8:30 that morning, arriving at the waterpark for 9:30. We will return to the Nick Smith Centre by 5 p.m. Bring your swimsuit and anything else you need for a fun day in R0011478415/0628 the sun. You will also have to bring your lunch or money to buy food at the park. This trip is open to youth ages 9-17. The cost is $35, which covers entry to the park and the bus fee. Registrations must be in to the Nick Smith Centre by Thursday, July 19. This trip is very popular, so register early to ensure a seat on the bus. AUSSIEX CAMP to youth aged 8-14. The cost is $175 for the week. Early drop-off and late pick-up may be available upon prior request. Registrations must be in by Tuesday, July 3. VOLUNTEER REGISTRY contact Parks and Recreation Youth Programs so your information can be included on our volunteer page. Email email@example.com by July 11 to take part in this worthwhile opportunity for our youth. For more information on our pro- grams, please feel free to contact Kayla at the Nick Smith Centre 613623-7301, email firstname.lastname@example.org or through Facebook `Nick Smith Centre'. All registrations must be done in person at the Nick Smith Centre. Your Community Newspaper ROOFING BUSINESS DIRECTORY ROOFING ROOFING If you are looking for a different experience this summer, think about registering for our AussieX Camp. This week-long camp offers a glimpse of Australian culture and introduces you to some of the unique sports played down under. The camp runs from July 9-13 at the Nick Smith Centre and is open High school students will soon have a resource for finding volunteer hours available at their fingertips. Organizations willing to offer volunteer opportunities will be listed in the next Arnprior Life magazine. So students can check out the page, choose an opportunity that is to their liking and use the contact information provided to get started volunteering. Any organization that would like to be a part of this registry, please Miss Teen promotes children's charities EMC lifestyle - Miss Teen Eastern Ontario World Hillary MacMillan is gearing up for the July 21 Miss Teen Canada World pageant in Toronto. The 18-year-old Renfrew native has been working to raise funds and awareness for her chosen charities. She is also blogging about the experience at www.missteeneasternontario.com "I strive to give 100 per cent effort to all that I do, and I believe in `Making every day a special memory'." MacMillan is currently an honour roll student, competitive athlete and student council executive member at Renfrew Collegiate Institute. 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These are held on the first Tuesday of the month, in a meeting room in the Arnprior Library. Last May saw Lionettes serving the Hospitality Room at the Dare to Care Telethon, making plans to purchase CHEO teddy bears, installing their 2011-2012 executive and entertaining themselves with a mini-Antique Roadshow. In June the meeting moved to a Lionette's home for a sumptuous barbecue, revelation of Secret Sisters and sign-up for committee rosters for the 2011-2012 seasons, beginning in September. Lionette Sheilagh Poole presented the Lionette Memorial Award to a graduating student from Arnprior and District Memorial High School. September meeting brought the induction of a new member, Lionette Monique Lynch. Lionette Joan Kelly was presented with her 30-year membership pin. Plans were made to staff the Terry Fox Run and decorate for the Lions' 65th charter night. All committees reported on plans for the upcoming year and lists of executive, committees and membership were provided for all members. Among visitors were Shelley Gauthier, Arnprior Lionettes celebrated its 40th anniversary with a special event Region 22 Chair, above, and district govJune 5 at the Arnprior Public Library. Among the activities was a presenta- ernor Joe Gauthier. Arnprior Mayor David tion to charter members, from left, Helen Hall, Mary Robinson and Shelagh Reid and McNab-Braeside Mayor Mary Poole. Photos by Sherry Haaima Campbell also brought greetings. A Bakeless Bake Sale kicked off the Ways and Means activities. Our October meeting provided valuable information on foot care with a presentation by a local nurse on "the importance of a firm foundation."A few Lionettes enjoyed attending the Bryson Lionette Charter Night. Plans for Extendicare gifts were made as were plans for the rummage sale. New club pins purchasing information was begun. In November we packed candy for the Santa Claus Parade, along with the activities of our regular meeting. December found us meeting at a local restaurant for a delicious Christmas dinner. We then adjourned to the library for our regular meeting. A bake sale was held at the mall the first Saturday of the month. And Lionettes staffed the share-a-gift depot. January brought another new Member � Lionette Carla Hall was inducted into our club. We have a celebrity in our club. Lionette Sheilagh Poole was featured in a recent issue of 55t (fifty-five plus) for her annual participation in the Team Diabetes Run. Notice of Arnprior's 150th Anniversary arrived and plans to participate and support were made. February found us celebratCLUES ACROSS 1. Total 4. Parts per million 7. A Dalton (Physics) 10. Acid causing gout 12. Grad 14. Yes (Arabic) 15. Pallas'scat 17. Tonight's host 18. Isinglass 19. Frogs, toads, tree toads 20. Solemnly renounce 22. Billiards stick 23. Twin City university 25. Cause to be beloved 28. Illuminated by stars 31. Scratch 32. Skullcap 33. Iron Chancellor Von Bismarck 34. Two things coming together 38. One who imitates another ing another Lionette's milestone birthday. Lionette Dorrene Balle received her 10-year attendance pin and we granted a leave of absence to Lionette president Betty Dunlop. Lionette Betty will be living in Newfoundland for the next three years. And we were very busy with the annual Friendship Dinner � a major fundraiser for our club. March brought another new member as Lionette Kim Edge (nee Poole) was inducted. The next generation is now beginning to join us. The 40th Charter of the Arnprior Lionettes Committee was formed for the celebration in June. 40. Mistake 41. A shade of a color 42. Evening parties 45. The first canonical hour 48. Examines animals 49. Fed 51. One who left a dangerous place 54. Fragrant iris rootstock 56. Nothing more than specified 58. Indigo 59. ____ off: dismisses (Br. slang) 60. Own (Scottish) 61. Deep, slimy soil 62. W. African language 63. Office of Urban Development 64. Largest English dictionary (abbr.) 65. Grassland, meadow CLUES DOWN Four Lionettes attended the annual Lions' Farmer's Night. April Meeting found Lionette Sally Bradley in the president's chair and another of our Lionettes had a milestone birthday � and successfully passed her driver's license test. Lionette Maggie Sylvester received her five-year attendance pin. Connie Legg of Hospice Renfrew gave a very information and interesting talk about Hospice Renfrew at this meeting. The social and Program Committee plans to arrange tours of Hospice Renfrew for club members. The 40th Charter Committee announced celebrations would take place June 5 at the Arnprior Library Meeting Room. The nominating committee presented the slate of officers for 2012-2013. Plans for the annual Cancer Blitz and the April 28 rummage sale were finalized, and plans were made to attend the Birthday Party Rally in Bryson. Our sources of revenue are: rummage sales spring and fall; Pennies for the Pig all year long; bake sales, bakeless and regular; raffles and 50/50 draw, both public and within the club; and Friendship Dinner (including another 50/50 draw). Donations in the past year have included CHEO bears, Partners in Caring, Communities in Bloom, Tim Hortons Foundation, High School Memorial Award, Town of Arnprior Fireworks (Canada Day), Lions' 65th Charter Night, Seeing Eye Dogs, Community Living Renfrew County South, Royal Canadian Legion, Share-a Gift, Neighbourlink � The Fountain, Snowsuit fund, Ontario Foundation for Mental Health, Parkinson Society of Ottawa, Extendicare Christmas Gifts, Renfrew County Senior Games, Breast Cancer Research, Canadian Diabetes Association, Hospice Renfrew, Foot care therapy, power lift chair for a local resident, and Town of Arnprior 150 celebrations, as well as donations to charities of choice upon death of a Lionette relative. 1. The genus Rhus 2. The 7th planet 3. 17th century courtance 4. Hill site of Rome's 1st settlement 5. One of the common people 6. Saccharum bengalense 7. Liquorice-flavored liqueur 8. A waterproof raincoat 9. Actress Thurman 11. An inferior dog 13. A disdainful grimace 16. Actress Bacall 18. Moderate to inferior in quality 21. Atomic #86 24. Queen's Gambit defense 26. Behave in a certain manner 27. The 17th Greek letter 29. Not achieving a purpose 30. Rubber wheels (Br. var.) 34. Centrally placed 35. Showed submission or fear 36. One of the Greats 37. "Honeymooners" neighbor Ed 38. Money-dispensing machine 39. Actress Zadora 43. Outpouring of gossip 44. Smother 46. Sodium 47. Fraudulent scheme 50. Short literary composition 52. Freshwater mussels 53. Ireland 55. British Air Aces 56. A siemens 57. Cologne 54 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, June 28, 2012 0628 Local events and happenings over the coming weeks -- free to non-profit organizations Fax: 613-623-7518, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The community calendar is offered as a free public service for non-profit groups. Notices appear as space permits. Please submit your information at least two weeks prior to the event and include a daytime contact name and phone number for us to reach you for clarification. Notices can be emailed to derek.dunn@ metroland.com or dropped off at our 8 McGonigal St. office in Arnprior. Manor residents by making a line of Toonies and Loonies around the front entrance of the Manor. The Knights of Columbus barbecue truck will be on-site for lunch Tuesday and Friday. Everyone is invited to the manor with their spare change to see how much we can raise. � July 25 � June 28, 30 Auditions for the musical RENT from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Arnprior Public Library. Organized by former ADHS student Evelyn Popiel and Colin Enright to be performed in late August. Auditions also June 30 from 5 to 10 p.m. For more information about auditions, contact email@example.com. Toastmasters Club meets in the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital second floor teaching room every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. Enhanced communication and leadership skills equals confidence. Come be our guest. � July 29 Simon Clarke plays the Arnprior Sunday Concerts in the Park, 2 to 4 p.m., at Robert Simpson Park. Free. Barbecue available. � June 29 WHAT'S COOKING AT COMMUNITY LIVING Photos by Leslie Osborne � August 16 McNab Days Euchre is sponsored by the White Lake WI on Friday. Admission $4 followed by refreshments. Starting at 7:30 p.m. for a shortened game of euchre and finishing off with music from Kyle Felhaver. For info, call 613-623-3293 or 613-6230766 Join in the McNab Days Walk/Cycle/Ride/Drive the Heritage Trail on the McNabraeside Recreation Trail, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Community Living Renfrew County South gang from Arnprior were cooking and serving hamburgers and hot dogs at M&M Meats Saturday in the organization's annual charity barbecue. At left, Pam Schlievert, Sandi Shean and Jennifer Creeden were all smiles as they enjoyed the sunny weather. Right, volunteer Bob Bouchard puts some dogs on the grill. All proceeds from the barbecue go to Community Living programs and initiatives. Join us for a Strawberry Social from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at McGregor's Produce Farm. Goodwill donations go towards the Bonnechere Manor Foundation. See you there (351 Lochwinnoch Rd,) rain or shine! Arnprior Canada Day festivities at Robert Simpson Park from noon to 5 p.m. with the opening at noon and the Arnprior Optimist Club Children's Bicycle Parade from the Christian Education Centre to the park at 2 p.m. Also Lions Club pancake breakfast at the Masonic Hall from 8 to 11 a.m., Canada Day car show at Hydro Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Rotary Club Mad Duck Race at 2 p.m. from the Madawaska bridge, displays at the Arnprior Museum and Archives, and giant fireworks display at 9:45 p.m. Power. Arnprior Sunday Concerts in the Park, 2 to 4 p.m., at Robert Simpson Park. Free. Barbecue available. Goshen Cemetery Decoration Service 2 p.m. with Rev. Jensen officiating at 52 Canaan Rd. tiful treasures, all proceeds to the Arnprior hospital. � July 4 � June 30 � July 1 Calabogie & District Snowmobile Club kick off to Canada Day breakfast at the Calabogie Community Centre at 8 a.m. Pancakes, maple syrup, eggs, sausage, homemade baked beans, toast, tea and coffee. Proceeds to club projects. Adults $7, 5-12year-olds $4, under-5 free. Braeside Canada Day festivities 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with the poker run at 9-10 a.m. beginning at Robbins Confectionery parade at 10:45 a.m., and euchre, barbecue and children's games to follow at the Braeside RA Centre. . Come join us on Canada Day for a Strawberry Social at Galilee Centre, 398 John St. N., from 1 to 4 p.m. Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home July Diners Club 5 to 7 p.m. at Jim's Restaurant. Cold salad plate for $12. Entertainment by Dan Nicholas & Those Nicholas Boys. Door prizes. 50/50 draw. Tickets available at Seniors at Home office (106 McGonigal St.) until July 3 at noon. For more info, call 613-623-7981. � July 15 Kyle Felhaver & Friends plays the Arnprior Sunday Concerts in the Park, 2 to 4 p.m., at Robert Simpson Park. Free. Barbecue available. Join us for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Victorian Tea in the Renfrew Rotary Hall at Bonnechere Manor. Tickets $10 each and include tea, squares, fancy sandwiches and entertainment. Come celebrate in style with the Queen while supporting the Bonnechere Manor Foundation. For details, please call Eleanor at 613-432-4312. � DAILY � July 10 � July 8 COPA Flight 33 presents the annual Fly-In Breakfast at the Arnprior airport, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. Breakfast is $6. Rain or shine. Hosted by the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) Flight 33. See planes taking off and close up and enjoy a meal. For more information, call Dan Lynch 613-623-9687. The July Valley Singles Lunch will be held Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at the Superior Restaurant in Almonte. For more info, call Fay at 613256-8117 or Johanna at 613432-7622. Johnny Spinks plays the � July 3 Arnprior Figure Skating Club registration 7 to 9 p.m. at the Nick Smith Centre Rink B, also July 9 at the same time. For Summer Power and all winter programs - Intermediate, Sr. B, Sr. A, Adult, Canskate, PreCan and Winter `Step Up to Wellness' with Nordic Pole Walking. Free try-outs with certified NPW instructor Judy Whitelock at 9 a.m. in Arnprior. Other days, times and even locations can be arranged. NPW burns almost twice as many calories, reduces blood pressure, lowers blood sugar, improves neck, shoulder and back pain, reduces pressure on hips and knees, and revs up your `feel good' hormones for mental health. Please register ahead by calling 613623-3055 so there are enough poles for everyone. Poles are available for purchase if desired after the training. � July 19 Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home 12th annual Seniors Barbecue from noon to 2 p.m. at Robert Simpson Park. For $5, barbecued hamburgers, fries, ice cream and drink. Live entertainment by Kyle Felhaver and Friends. Rain date July 26. .� July 23-27 The Bonnechere Manor Foundation is holding its second Loonie-Toonie Walk. The goal is to show support for R0011465381 Fundraising for the Arnprior and District Humane Society runs all year. Please drop your wine, beer & liquor empties at the shelter at 490 Didak Dr. in Arnprior. For more information on the fundraiser or the shelter, call 613-623-0916 and check out our website www.arnpriorhumanesociety.ca. � Tuesdays TOPS (Take off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Tuesday at the Horace Mather Hall (old fire hall) on Elgin Street in Arnprior. Drop by between 6 and 7 p.m. to check it out or call Brenda at 613-623-1607. � July 14 Arnprior Minor Hockey Association Silent Auction at the Opportunity Shop. Saturday, June 30, until July 14 at noon. 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