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Bottle Drive Kicks Off Minor Hockey Season - Great Community Response! Article & Photo by Barb Fisher    Thank you Wawa for clearing out your garages and basements bidding adieu to your summer memories in the spent bottles and cans. You can face the winter content knowing that all those vacation good times helped out Wawa's Minor Hockey program to remain viable for another exciting year for hockey enthusiasts. Hockey is a team sport and everyone who donated can count themselves in on the "team" of players, mentors, moms, dads, family and friends that assembled on Labour Day to make the rounds, door to door asking for donations. No offering was too small: liquor bottles, wine bottles, beer cans, milk jugs and cash donations - all added up to a sizeable start on the fundrais-

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ing efforts in making hockey in our community affordable to all.   Our players have already hit the ice and look forward to entertaining their fans as they once again compete in the North Eastern Ontario Hockey League. If you have not signed your youngster up, there is still time. Boys and girls can register starting at four years of age and all skill levels are welcome. We have an exceptional coaching and administrative group who will guide your child in joining a team experience that will serve them positively throughout their lives. For more information in registering your child, Sue Lord at foxxy_@hotmail.com will be pleased to assist you. See you at the rink!

  Wawa, ON – September 14, 2015: Come out to the Wawa Energy Plan Open House and Green Expo on Wednesday September 23rd from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. as part of Wawa Green Days.   Contribute to the Wawa Energy Action Plan by filling out a short survey and be entered into a draw to win a Fit Bit. Be sure to pick up some of our great free giveaways and check out the Green Expo. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will be there to provide information about harvesting and woodlots. Stop by the Northern

Information and Geomatics Cooperative (NITGC) table to check out the Wawa Energy Maps to see where most of the energy is used in Wawa. Take a moment to learn about composting and much more! There will be free giveaways, snacks and information displays! Stop by and join in the fun and let’s work together in making Wawa a greener community!   For more information about the Wawa Energy Plan Open House and Green Expo, contact Emily Cormier, Energy Project Manager, Economic Development Corporation of Wawa, 96 Broadway Ave., 705856-4419, Email: ecormier@edcwawa.ca. Funding provided by the Ministry of Energy

Team Up For The Wawa Community Clean Up!   Wawa, ON – September 10, 2015: Help keep Wawa clean and beautiful by taking part in the 1st Annual Community Cleanup Day of Wawa’s neighbourhoods, parks, trails, roads, schools and public spaces on Sunday September 20th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. as part of Wawa Green Days.   How do you get involved? Gather a cleanup crew or just yourself, identify an area you would like to cleanup and register that area at www.edc.ca/ wawa-community-clean-upday or by contacting Crystal Lutz at 705-856-1648. On Sunday afternoon, meet at the Regional Employment Help Centre in the back parking lot at 12:30 PM to sign in and receive your garbage bags and gloves. Once you have cleaned up your area, the garbage can be returned to the Regional Employment Help Centre back parking lot and placed in the dumpster donated by J. Provost Contracting.   Can’t think of an area to clean? Consider one of these sites: • Community parks and playgrounds such as Vallee Park, Queen’s Park, Centennial Park, etc. • The street where you live, the school you go to, the

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“From Soup To Tomatoes” Starts Sept. 29th!   “From Soup to Tomatoes” is a FREE chair-based exercise class. Don’t be fooled by the word “chair-based”; you still get a great work-out even though you are sitting!   Participants have provided positive feedback about the program. They feel healthier, more flexible, and feel the difference when they miss a class.   All adults who would bene-

fit from exercise that is chairbased, are interested in meeting new people, and are trying to live a healthier lifestyle are welcome to attend.   Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 - 11:00 a.m. Starting Tuesday, September 29th, 2015, 12 Government Road (Calvary Pentecostal Church) (please use the back entrance off Algoma Street – parking available).

  For more information, please contact Renée at 705856-2335 ext. 3108   We look forward to seeing you! Renée Mellish, Diabetes Nurse Educator Rebecca Coughlin, Registered Dietitian North Algoma Diabetes Education Program

place you work or worship at • The beach front including Wawa Beach and Lions Beach • Broadway Avenue - the Downtown storefront area • Your favourite area or trail you walk • Around your home - sweep the gravel from the curbs in front of your house, cleanup flowerbeds for fall or just tidy up around your home after a busy summer   Please pick up Residential Waste only such as water bottles, paper, and food containers, disposable coffee cups etc. If it does not fit in your garbage bag, please leave it behind. A limited supply of free giveaways will be provided to those who register and participate in the Clean Up! Come out and join us in making Wawa a greener and cleaner community!   Thank you to our sponsors, J. Provost Contracting for donating the dumpster, the Municipality of Wawa for waiving the tipping fees at the dump for the dumpster, the Regional Employment Help Centre for using the back parking lot, and the Community Development Committee for providing financial support.

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Fishing With Kris

with Kris Bain

Fall Time Smallmouth Bass Fishing Tips

  Well summer is slowly coming to an end, kids are going back to school, and temperatures will start to plummet. But, this isn't the time to hang up your rods bass fishermen!! All summer long you've been searching for that elusive behemoth and perhaps you were fortunate enough to catch a trophy

smallmouth bass of a lifetime but, let's say you didn't? Well in case you didn't know I’ll let you in on a little secret. Fall is the bass fisherman’s Christmas!   Now that's said, your probably thinking I’ve fished the fall for smallmouth bass before and didn't do very well but, those of you that

have experienced the fall bite know why I'm preaching here! I'll offer you a few tips that should get you on some monster fall bass!   Find the forage: The bass are in high gear readying themselves for their winter slumber and will not discriminate against any food source that will fit in their mouths! Whatever your waterbody has to offer for forage may it be crayfish, frogs, chubs, dace, smelts, sculpins, herring, sunfish, and perch. So match the hatch and present baits that would be native to your water body. If it is crayfish and sculpins throw a 3.5” brown tube jig or a soft crayfish imitation as they are moulting often and have a softer shell and can be digested much easier. If it's smelts throw a shadow rap, husky jerk, soft jerk shad, or even a white 5” weightless senko, or present it on a jig rigged wacky style casted to a school of rising fish. A good key indicator on any water body to finding forage is the birds, watch keenly for seagulls, herons, fish ducks, and cormorants congregated or diving.   Ditch the summer spots: Well not entirely but the bass will move away for the most part from their mid summer haunts. Fish deep, find secondary drop offs rather than the primary. Bass will school up, suspend, and feed heavily

  

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on all prey items. Seek out offshore vegetation, preferably with deep water close by. Fish the perimeter of these areas first then work your way in. Some of these spots can be as shallow as 3 feet, but as long as there's forage they'll be sure to investigate the area. Rock shoals, gravel beds, wind swept points, and creek mouths can also prove to be quite productive. Now on some smaller inland lakes and water bodies especially those with stained and dark waters fish may be shallow all season long. However, the main focus here for the smallmouth is food so they will remain unbiased as to where it is so you may need to explore a little.   Move around: In the fall bass will be very pelagic and cover miles in a day in search of a meal. So if you find a school of active fish and then the action stops move to your next spot, chances are they have left the building!   Be aggressive: Speed up your retrieval, throw in a few more twitches, jerks, and hops when presenting your bait of choice. Don't forget to add a pause here and there to allow them to snap at it.   Here's a small list of go to lures for smallmouth bass: Tube jigs, double willow leaf

spinnerbait, 5” stick baits,, Kalin swimbaits/ grubs, square billed crank baits, Smithwhick rogues, and Rapala husky jerks/shadow raps, and xraps.

  So if your looking for a trophy smallmouth bass of a lifetime bundle up, restring your rods with new line, take a big stretch, and eat your Wheaties because your about to enter a new realm of smallmouth bass fishing! Keep this in mind when you catch that trophy! You can get a replica mount done, just take a couple pictures, measure the girth and the length and set the fish free! Big fish breed bigger and more fish!   Next time your on the water practice conservation, foster the passion of this amazing sport and take a kid fishing! Tight lines everyone!!   If you’d like to follow me online, check me out on Facebook @Kris Bain Fishing, on Instagram @krisbainfishing, and on YouTube @Kris Bain.

Legion News  we had our first meeting last Thursday and now we can proceed. The first thing is that there is a joint Branch/ Ladies Auxiliary meeting next Sunday, September 20th.   Legion Week will be the week of September 20-25 and we hope to see everyone visit the Branch and observe that we have been here a long time to take care of the local veterans and serve the community. And with your support we will be here still a long time.   The Service Bureau representative will be here the week of October 12th. For anyone needing there help please let Comrade Mary Ann Pearson know or contact the Branch.   Our PC in the office got visited by a nasty bug and we thank Mark Leschishin for the debugging.

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Pathways

“Carrying the message of Love” with Joan Brooks

One Single Fantastic Energy   “…all of life is animated by a single fantastic energy, which is the essence of everything that is -- including you. Isn't that amazing? Now, because this essence is who you are and what you are made of, it can obviously never leave you. Perhaps not so obviously, it can also be wonderfully helpful. It can bring you peace in moments of stress, strength in moments of weakness, courage in moments of fear, wisdom in moments of confusion, forgiveness in moments of anger, and love in all the moments of your life.   All you have to do is know that this is true, and it will be true for you, right now. I think that's terrific, don't you?” -Neale Donald Walsch.   One single fantastic energy… as Walsch says ‘Isn’t that amazing?’ No matter what energy we possess on any given day, it is ours. I must say that there are days when I would Love to blame anybody but myself when I’m ‘feeling’ pain, no matter the pain. However we are blessed to have practitioners with amazing gifts that can help us solve our efforts to escape pain. Hmmmm! I KNOW that I have the ability to overcome the angst I feel when efforts to stymie pain seem non-existent.   Fantastic energy…when deep breathing whisks the pain away for this moment…I know all these tools. Our breath is our energy. We recycle this fantastic energy countless times a minute, for some of us more than others at least four breaths a minute. When we can no longer breathe suggests we have moved on to another dimension within this great universe or ours.   I’m not sure where I’m going with this story at this time. Suffice it to say that I met a young man on my walk early Sunday morning that stirred up no end of concern for him. Too me, he appeared to be so locked into his physical and emotional pain that nothing anyone might offer him is rejected as if against a stone wall. I’ve known this person for several years and we’ve enjoyed some amazing conversations regarding the fantastic energy the universe offers us and our ability to over-

come pain. However, on this day, there was no conversation but a diatribe on why he cannot do what everyone else is able to do. Yikes. I had to gently walk away with a prayer for him, and perhaps more importantly for myself.   What we feel within ourselves is also within others, and when we recognize whatever appears in others that causes frustration or deep concern that too is within ourselves. It has taken a day or so for me to process what I was feeling regarding this young man. Yes, I’ve experienced debilitating physical and deep emotional pain at times. But this pain, this concern, this angst, if you will, is baffling me. I Know that pain is a figment of my imagination and an amazing gift. When I’m tuned into this One Fantastic Energy – God or One Consciousness, my Higher Power - there is no pain. I guess this angst comes from my deep nurturing Self and the need to help others. What a lesson I’m learning, and it surely isn’t complete yet. And so, do I limit contact with this person, or do I shake it off, say thank you and learn another deep lesson of Life? The answer is within me, and the answer is No at this time. He is an anomaly that I want to solve, because I will discover an even deeper level of understanding of my ‘oh so human Self’. While I have empathy for him, I need to discover the passion within myself to remedy my own disturbing emotions.   Here is an excerpt from the Intenders of the Highest Good by Richard Blackstone: “We envision a world where we understand on an individual level that we are all truly One at the higher levels of consciousness. This vision allows each of us to realize that even though we may appear to be separate from each other in a physical sense, in ultimate reality everything in existence is made up of Source Energy that is in relationship to and interacts with all of life.” Wow. Another prayer answered. ‘til next time…this is joan

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Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign - During September 14 to 20 purchase a delicious freshly baked chocolate chunk smile cookie for $1 + tax. Wawa Tim Hortons will donate 100% of proceeds from the campaign to the Lady Dunn Health Centre Foundation to support the purchase of a Telemetry Unit at Lady Dunn. Share a smile make a difference in your community. Fall Fair - September 19th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre. Terry Fox Run - September 20th Ducks Unlimited Banquet - October 24th Fall By Hand Festival - November 20th - 21st at the Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre

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Wawa Goose Seniors Club News: Goose Droppings   Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club got the 2015-16 business year off to an official start with its September meeting on the 9th. Members will be pleased to know that the events of the rest of the 2015 year are in the works.   Event no.1 has been getting lined up for most of the last three weeks, courtesy of a new member who has just retired and is “home” for the summer: Linda Sillanpaa. The Ladies Bunco Night is set up for a fun dice game with dessert and laughter starting at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 17th. It should not keep you out much past 9:30 p.m.. And where can you get perfect laugh therapy for $5.00?   You probably missed the first regular returning event: the Blood Pressure Clinic. The clinic will happen monthly on the second Friday. The next one will be on October 9th. And there was the continuing weekly card game on Thursday last week, with cribbage to come this week on Thursday, Sept. 17th at 1:30 p.m. And there were the bridge players out for a fun afternoon last week they will be back again on Mondays (since golf is over and curling is about to begin.) They start at 1:00 p.m.   Future planned events include a Mac & Cheese Luncheon on Friday, October 2nd, 2015. We have not held a lunch for a while but we plan this one for 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for $12.00. We will need

your assistance to prepare and serve, so please dig out the cake recipe and wash up your hands and get ready to spend a bit of time with us and get it on the table.   Also, there will be the fall regular: Turkey pies. Order sheets can be found at the Drop In ready for you to sign up, to get yours. The dates to reserve for some “fun” hours of assistance are October 19th – 21st and October 26th – 28th. No experience necessary and the really big days are the 21st and 28th.   We also reserve November 27th for the Christmas Bazaar. Donations for the bake sale, the penny sale, white elephant sale and the big, big basket can be in your thoughts and plans starting now.   We also have a new “regular” happening: Mah Jong at 1:00 p.m. on Friday. Never heard of it? No problem! If you have played rummy as a kid, you a have an idea of how this works. You just have to learn the suits of the tiles…..and away you go!!! Of course, there is another regular meeting on Wednesday, October 14th, 2015. Members, all of you are encouraged to come on out and help us celebrate the month’s birthdays and help run the club. If you are not a member, you are welcome to come along for the 2:00 p.m. start and stay for the cake afterwards. And if you have any questions, feel free to call the club at 705-856-7394, weekday afternoons.

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NUTS ‘N’ BOLTS

Opinions, or observations from an old newsman - by Bob Avis

Bicycle Adventures   As most kids do, I rode a bicycle when I was too young to drive. It seemed a long hard road to my first bicycle. I had watched neighbourhood kids with their three-wheeled tricycles when I was a preschooler and coveted them greatly. But, with the war on, there was a metal shortage and tricycles were not available. I can only guess that those trikes I saw had been passed down through brothers or sisters from pre-war times. I was fated to never have one.   By the time the war was over I was a seven year old, now starting to eye bicycles as a primary mode of transportation. All I had to do was show Dad, now home from overseas, that I could ride one. How the heck could I do that if I didn’t have one?   One of the neighbour kids, a big boy, offered to let me learn on his. I looked at this gigantic machine that had a seat about chest high on me. “C’mon, it’s easy”, he told me, “Just get one leg through there under the crossbar and get you feet on the pedals”.   I was a skinny kid not more than five feet tall, so it was no sweat to contort my body enough to accomplish this feat (I hate to think what it would do to me today) and I’ll be darned if it didn’t work. There I was riding up and down the back lane on a bicycle. I must have looked like a grass-snake on a roller skate!   I rushed home to tell Dad, and as good as his word, he got me a bike from a newspaper ad shortly after. It was a “slightly” used CCM. It was red and the fabric was entirely worn off the seat. The handlebars curved upwards and outwards like a goat’s horns and were without the necessary rubber grips. It was mechanically sound and looked absolutely beautiful to me.   The asking price was eighteen dollars, but Dad told the man, “The kid will have to buy tires, a seat cover and a couple of other things. He’ll need at least five bucks for those. How about thirteen dollars”! And just like that, I had my bike. I rode it for the next ten or eleven years

for many happy miles, often with my cousin Fred riding the crossbar. No one bothered you much for that sort of thing back then. In later years I often thought to ask Fred if he had permanent calluses on his backside from all that riding on the bare steel of my bicycle crossbar. I never did, though.   That old CCM bike was to be the only one I ever owned as a kid. I did, however, ride a bike occasionally, if only to prove to my kids that the “old man” really did know how to ride. One day one of the boys was riding round in a parking lot on Broadway and he was “popping wheelies”. I’m sure you know that this involves hiking up the front of the bike while in motion and, effectively, turning it into a unicycle for a moment or two.   “Bet you can’t do that, Dad!”   “Gimmee that bike!” He was right! I hiked the front wheel off the pavement … and carried right on over, flat on my a.. butt. By the next morning I bore a huge multicoloured bruise in a place not visible to the public.   This was not the end of my bicycle adventures. A couple of years back, I decided it might be a good idea to take up cycling again. Good for the body, good for health, all that stuff. I’ve told this story before. I bought a new bicycle at one of the Rotary Radio Auctions and stuck it in the garage to wait for spring.   Great! The snow is gone, the roads are dry. Let’s get the new bike out. I walked it out to the street. Hmmm! I guess I’ll have to lower that seat a bit. I confidently jumped on the bike and started pedaling up the grade at the side of our house.   “Hey! How do you work these gears?” I had covered about ten yards when my beautiful new bike threw me on the pavement and then jumped on top of me. I hobbled back toward my gate, bleeding from a couple of scrapes and looking furtively about to see if anyone had witnessed my indignity.   I’m giving up bicycles… forever!!

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Senior’s Golf Written by: Luan Buckell Results For Sept. 8th, 2015 Attendance: 26 Seniors First place with 33 - Marcelle Terris & Butch Terris Second place with 36 - Linda Ilola and Bernie Erechook Third place with 37 - Diane Spencer and Paul Bernath The least putts - Louise Moran and Louis Dereski Closest to the pin on hole # 3 - Diane Spencer Closest to the pin on hole # 7 - Butch Terris Subway Restaurant Voucher: Chris Mithcell Golf Balls: Linda Ilola Nine Holes of Golf: Sue Kirby Canadian Tire: Sandra Case Young’s General Store: Dave Page Michipicoten First Nation: Paul Bernath AJ’s Pizza: Louis Dereski Home Building Centre: Louise Moran Another Golf season has come to an end, we had our final Sr. gold game and "THANKS" to Michelle Terris for an awesome supper last Tues, Sept. 8th. The weather man didn't co-operate but we did enjoy our afternoon with a light rain for a few holes. We had a successful summer of golf, only one rained out game. A big "THANK YOU" to all our sponsors and JJFM Radio and Algoma News for their reporting our golf scores, it is very much appreciated. The course was in great condition all summer, we want to "THANK" Rollie and his crew for a job well done. Lastly, we want to thank all the senior golfers for a funfilled summer, see you all next spring. Linda, Diane & Luan

Ladies Golf Sept. 9th, 2015 Attendance: 75 1st Flight: Stephanie Gauthier, Chantal C, France Demers - 40 2nd Flight: Marcelle Terris, Beth Vachon, Tammy Asselin - 46

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Library Update

Rhyming In My Alphabet Soup Article by Jim White   To 'welcome' back the kids for another school year, I offer this silly poem:   I see, among other things, in my bowl of soup: A – for an anchor ; B - for a banker; C – for a clock ; D - for a dock; E – for an ember; F - for a fender; G - for a grouse H - for a house; I - for an investor; J - for a jester; K - for a knocker; L -for a locker; M - for a map; N - for a nap;

O - for an odometer; P - for a pedometer; Q - for a quail; R - for a rail; S - for a spoon; T - for a tune; U - for the universe; V - for just a verse; W - for a whimper; and XYZ – for an X-ray, yak, and zipper.   And I can make up many other words, as up I scoop,   The letters floating in my bowl of alphabet soup.   And I know that you too can find words to spell  In your own bowl of soup and I think that's 'swell'!

Doctor’s Orders With Dr. Erle Kirby

"Sugary Drinks Take A Deathly Toll"   Here is a report on a recent study carried out by researchers at Tufts University in Boston on the the severe health consequences arising from the consumption of soft drinks (soda pop). The study was reported in the journal, Circulation, in May of 2015.   This is the summary by a writer named Nicholas Bakalar:   Consumption of sugary drinks results in some 184,000 deaths worldwide each year, the analysis found.   To reach their conclusions, scientists pooled data from dozens of dietary surveys and large prospective studies of the effect of sugar-sweetened beverage intake on body mass index (a measure of obesity) and Type 2 diabetes, and of the effect of body mass index on cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. They used data on sweetened drink consumption from 62 national dietary surveys, which included more than 600,000 people in 51 countries surveyed between 1980 and 2010. The study is online in Circulation.

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  For confirming disease-specific causes of death, researchers used the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors 2010, an international analysis that is periodically updated.   Worldwide, they estimate that sweetened drinks cause 133,000 deaths from diabetes, 45,000 from cardiovascular disease, and 6,450 from cancers.   Deaths linked to sugary drinks as a percent of all deaths from these causes varied widely by age and country, from less than 1 percent among Japanese people older than 65 to 30 percent in Mexicans younger than 45. In the United States, about 25,000 deaths a year are caused by sweetened drinks.   “There’s no need to drink these beverages,” said the senior author, Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, dean of the School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts. “They’re causing tens of thousands of deaths, and we should eliminate them from the food supply.”

New books   New on the seven day fiction shelf this week: The Dance of the Bones – J.A. Jance; The Bourbon Kings – J.R. Ward and The Frist Confessor – Terry Goodkind and Brush Back – Sara Paretsky.   New large print pool will be here soon.   Did you know that we have English and French audio magazines on CD? New issues have arrived.   New Audio book pool is on the shelf.   New Large Print French pool is on the shelf.   Keep up to date with the latest library news by checking the Wawa Public Library on Facebook.   Check out our Wawa History website. www.wawahistory.wawa.cc   If you think you have artifacts, print documents or pictures to add to the website please contact us at the library or email us at history@wawa.cc   Also if you can identify anyone/thing in our pictures on Instagram please do so. The Instagram account is wplhistoryproject.   Don’t feel comfortable in a group? Need help with the Internet, email, computers, software, electronic documents, online applications, government websites?   Contact the circulation desk to set up a one on one tutoring session. These individual sessions are available to all age groups.   Don’t forget to pick up a copy of our eresources brochure.   Did you receive an e-reader? There are numerous collections of free books for you to download on our website.     Contact the circulation desk if you would like some help accessing our eresources.   http://www.mtpl.on.ca/ links.htm this link will take you to our eresources.   THESE COLLECTIONS ARE FREE and available from

our website with your library membership!   Did you know that there are movies to download from Overdrive?   Overdrive is the library's ebook site. With over 31,000 fiction books and many more in other categories, it is easy to find something enjoyable to read. It's hard to know how many people locally are reading ebooks, but for those that do, or for those that might be interested, Overdrive is terrific. It is possible to download books onto a multiple of devices, including your laptop or computer, not just ereaders. The book selection is current, with all the latest books by your favourite authors, there are also audiobooks for those people that prefer to listen and best of all, it's free to you, all you need is your library card. This ebook website is provided to you and paid for by your local library.   Not sure how to use Overdrive? Come into the library and we will walk you through it or any other database accessible through our website.   We have books and magazines on CD from the CELA (CNIB) collections. Don’t forget to Ask about our “Daisy Reader” available for loan. Children’s Corner   If you thought the Library was a busy place this summer you weren’t wrong. We had 1101 children attend 113 programs during the months of July and August! Sleepytime Storytime   Join Nathalie and Zoe for a frightfully good time!   A Halloween Sleepy Time Story Time.   Friday October 30th From 5:30-6:30 p.m.   At the Wawa Public Library Don’t forget to wear your costume.   After school programs will resume in October.   Homework help drop in is available at 3:30 Tuesday – Friday. Used Battery Collection   Don’t know what to do with your old batteries? You can now drop them off at the Wawa Public Library. We are a collection site for single use batteries. The collection bin is at our circulation desk. Drop them

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Senior Moments   Men forget everything; women remember everything. That's why men need instant replays in sports. They've already forgotten what happened. - Rita Rudner   So here's what happened. I'm sitting at my desk when the phone rings. It's a call from a neighbour who says she's found my notebook sitting on a bag of Kennel Ration at the grocery store.   Cripes! My notebook! That's where I keep my telephone numbers, appointments, grocery lists, column ideas – everything I need to keep track of my life! And this is a real notebook, you understand – actual paper with lines on the pages , not one of those Android/Samsung/ iPad/Blackberry units which I would misplace/sit on/drop in the bathtub seconds after I paid a King's ransom for it.   I remember how the notebook wound up sitting on a bag of dog food store too. I took it out to tear off a page and scribble a note to remind the store staff they were out of my mutt's favourite doggie treat. I dashed off the reminder, but I left the notebook behind.   The irony of this scenario is not lost on me: I had 'forgotten' the very device the purpose of which was to help me remember things.   I thank my neighbour profusely, hang up the phone, and decide to show my appreciation by giving her a copy of my latest book (Paint the Town Black, Douglas and McIntyre, better bookstores everywhere.)   I pop over to see her, retrieve the notebook and with a flourish I give her my book. Naturally, I will autograph it as well. I open to the title page, click my ball

point into readiness, write “To” and...   I can't remember her name. This is embarrassing. I have known her for at least ten years. Her husband...Bob – yeah, that's it, Bob -- fixes my computer when it dies. Stupidly, I scribble “..my neighbour, with thanks!” and sign it.   Senior Moments. Some of us handle them ham-handedly; others handle them like, well, Alfred Edward Matthews, a British character actor. He was still acting well into his 80's, but experiencing memory problems from time to time.   Such as the time, deep in the sunset of his career when he made a cameo appearance in a West End play. His role required him to cross the stage, pick up a telephone and have a short, one-sided conversation that would advance the plot. The phone rang on cue. Mister Matthews strode majestically across the stage, picked up the receiver, held it to his ear....   And Alfred Edward Matthews completely forgot who he was supposed to be talking to...and what he was supposed to say.   Mister Matthews may have suffered from absent-mindedness, but his talent for improvisation was still well-oiled. Holding out the telephone receiver to the only other actor on the stage, Matthews thundered “IT'S FOR YOU!”   I love that story. So much so I read it to my partner before I sent this column out. Suppressing a yawn she said. “Uh Huh. You used that anecdote in one of your essays in Paint The Town Black”.   That woman! She never forgets anything. That's the trouble with...whatshername.

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  The Worship Committee will meet on Thursday, Sept. 17th at 9:30 a.m.   The Fall Thrift Shop begins on Thursday October 1st at 5 p.m. Sorting has changed to Mondays & Wednesdays at 9 a.m.   ALL help is gratefully accepted.   Let us be God’s people in the world.


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With Jim White

The Fall Fair Mystery

  Yesterday, Saturday, September 20, 2014 was the annual Fall Fair here in the village of Cornish. It is sponsored by the Cornish Agricultural Society again this year. Many of the locals have always planted a vegetable garden in their back yards. They enjoy the gardening experience, nurturing it to produce its' rewards, and finally reaping their harvest each fall. I know they eagerly look forward to showing off the 'fruits' of their labour by competing against each other at the fair. There is always lots of competition in all the categories, which includes largest and most perfect vegetables, the herb garden, floral & vegetable arrangements, jams, pickles & relishes, and pastries & pies.   Over the last 15 years, the competition in the largest vegetable category, which is what I am most interested in, has always come down to two gardeners. Basil Peppers moved to Cornish, 16 years ago. His first entry in the fair did not garnish him any awards, but he did get compliments on a good effort. A few other entrants offered him some advice, based on their experience of the soil type in this area, watering techniques, etc. He eagerly took their advice, and the next year he got third place in part due to his zucchinis, as well as with his pickled beets. His floral bouquet of fall flowers complimented his table display very well. Then ten years ago, he won first place for his vegetables. Every year since he has either been first or second.   His main rival has been Lewis Appleton, a spry eighty year old man, as is Basil. He was one of the first gardeners to offer advice to him when he first entered the contest back those 15 years ago. Prior to that Lewis was the recognized as 'king of the fall fair', who had no competition to seriously challenge his entries. He certainly had a 'green thumb', as all his vegetables were enormous, and blemish free. He also had the artistic touch to place his display in an appealing configuration that helped him keep winning over the years.   His wife, Rosemary, was the champion all the time when it came to the pies, and jams and pickles categories. Her forte was in the taste part of the competition, whereas her husband and the others were in the visual part.   The judges always had a challenge on their hands when it came time to determine the winners.   This year is was going to be no exception. ----  It was Friday evening when the tables were being set up, and the contestants had one hour between seven and eight to get their display ready. The public was also allowed in to watch them set up, and ask questions on the display or just general gardening. The judging always took

place around ten on Saturday morning. Then on Saturday afternoon the produce and food were auctioned off to the highest bidders. All the money raised from that went towards scholarships for students who wanted to pursue their education in the fields of either agriculture or environmental studies.   Everyone who came to the fair on the Friday night could see that it was going to be a battle between Basil and Lewis again this year – that is until a stranger pulled up in his beatup old half-ton truck. As he unloaded his vegetables, folks noticed that the squash was pretty big, and appeared to have no blemishes either. His other vegetables looked pretty good too, they commented.   There were 10 entrants altogether this year. The tables were all lined up in a row along one wall of the hockey rink part of the arena. That was where all the activities take place. Other displays included the petting zoo, the arts & crafts for sale, the fish pond, the booths where the local organizations were displaying information, or selling tickets to raise money for their sports activities, etc., the food court, and the kids activity centre. Outside were the carnival games and rides, the car show, and a track & field tournament.   Basil had table #1, Lewis had #2, us others had 3 to 9, and 10 was this stranger. Each table had to show their name, their address, with a list of their vegetables, and a brief summary of their growing techniques. The stranger's name was Mario Broccollio. It said he lived in the downtown core in an apartment over the restaurant called 'Kale's Bar & Grill'.   After everyone had their own display set up, we always liked to check out the competition. Lewis asked Mario where his garden was set up, as he didn't think there would be a place there at the restaurant. He explained that he had a plot over at the Community Garden beside the Seniors' Retirement complex at the east end of town.   Lewis smiled, as he saw a way to knock out one competitor anyway. “Oh, I am sorry, but your garden has to be at your place of residence. You will have to take down your display, I'm afraid, Mr. Broccollio.”   He objected of course. “Oh, I don't know of any rule that says that to be the case. Nobody mentioned it when I signed up, anyway. No, I will leave it up here, thanks just the same.” We saw that Lewis was getting angry now. “We'll see about that. I will get the judges over here and find out for sure.” He turned away in a huff, and went looking for the head judge. That just happened to be his wife's brother, Cumin McBean. He was helping get the food tables set up for that set of judging of the jams, pickles

and pies, at the other end of the arena.   He tapped him on the shoulder and said, “Cumin, we got a problem with one of our entries over here. Come with me.” He grabbed him by the arm and dragged him over to his section. He explained the situation, and demanded that Mario be disqualified.   Cumin looked flustered. “Lewis, there is no rule about that at all. Maybe we should stipulate that for next year, but for this year, Mr. Broccollio is fine to enter. Good luck, sir.” He turned and quickly headed back to his other work before Lewis could say anything.   But we all heard the threat -- “We'll see about this!”, Lewis yelled at the departing McBean. Mario just turned his back to Lewis, and went on with arranging his display.   Basil and us other contestants who were setting up, watched in dismay at this outburst of poor sportsmanship. Basil recognized it for what it really was – a man determined to win at all costs. He had encountered this behavior with Lewis in other years, but never to this extreme. This was not how it was supposed to be. But he didn't say anything to Lewis. He just finished up his display, and headed out of the arena for the carnival outside. The rest of us did the same.   Lewis pretended to be still setting up his display, all the while casting a sideways glance at Mario, as he finished up his. After he left about nine o'clock, Lewis nonchalantly moved over to his table. He pretended to accidentally bump into the table. Some of the rounder vegetables rolled onto the ground, as well as the squash. He picked them up, and made a fuss of re-arranging them. He commented out loud, even though there was no one around to see what he did, “How clumsy of me.” After he was done, it looked really sloppy, and not nearly as decoratively displayed as when Mario had left it. His prize squash had a gouge on the side that was quite noticeable. He then moved away and also went out of the arena.   However, there was one person who had witnessed this disgraceful act from afar. This person was not happy at what had happened there, but smiled as a plan developed to teach Lewis a lesson. This person was also the one responsible for locking up the arena for the night, to ensure that the displays would be safe while the carnival took place outside, and for overnight too.   And I suppose you are thinking that it would be one of the staff of the arena that was responsible for this job on this particular night. Or maybe even McBean, the head judge of the event. Normally that would be a good guess too. But tonight, it just happened to be someone who had been delegated the job from another person of the Society who couldn't make it to the arena that night.   On Saturday morning about eight Basil was the first of us ten contestants to come in to check his display one more time before the judging began. He came over to his table, and looked it over. He was satisfied with his display. He looked around at

the others, and was surprised to see that Lewis's display was gone entirely. All that was left was his name and #2 sign. He thought that was odd. Then Mario came in and went to his display. He was stunned at how it had changed. Obviously someone had re-arranged it, and made it a lot more appealing and organized than he had left it last night. He went down to ask Basil if he knew who had touched his entry. He said that he had just got here himself, and hadn't seen anyone. They moved along to Mario's table, and were admiring it when Lewis came strolling in. He had a smirk on his face as he passed the other two. But when he got near his table, he stopped dead in his tracks. He couldn't believe his eyes. His display was gone! He uttered, “What the....”. Then he moved right over to the table to try and comprehend what he was – or not – seeing. Then he turned to Basil and Mario and stormed over.   “All right you little weasels. Which one of you did it? What did you do with my exhibit? Where is it? Put it back immediately or I will report you to the judges.” His fists were clenched, and he was turning red in the face. Basil backed right away and scurried out of the arena, hoping to find someone to come back with him and break up this confrontation that he knew was going to happen. That left Mario and Lewis alone.   Lewis threw the first punch. It hit Mario's left cheek. He was a much younger man, and stronger than Lewis. It just bounced off him. He tried to push Lewis away. That only riled him even more, and he charged him again. This time Mario shuffled sideways, and Lewis missed him altogether. Instead he fell right into Mario's table and knocked it over. Lewis got up, recovered his balance, and lunged at him again. This time Mario tried to subdue Lewis, and they struggled. Finally Mario had had enough. He got Lewis pinned to the ground, and he hit him in the temple, in order to stun him, and stop him from struggling. It worked.   Unfortunately for Mario, that was when a cop and Basil arrived. They pulled him off Lewis. The cop told him that he was going to have to charge him with aggravated assault and battery, for one thing. He was taken away to jail. Lewis was taken to the hospital for observation.   There was utter confusion in the arena. The entire judging ended up being canceled. The perpetrator of this mess was distraught. What started out to be a plan to just to teach him a lesson turned into this unintentional turn of events. How quickly our actions can have unexpected consequences, isn't it!   Now that that part of the arena had been cleaned up, and everyone had taken their vegetables and other goodies out, it was roped off. That left the food court and the rest of the booths the only part still open. There were not too many that came in though. Nobody wanted to see the empty part of the arena, knowing what had happened there. But they did have the

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auction of the food and produce, even though no prize winners were designated. They set up a table outside by the front entrance of the arena, and held it there. It did put a real damper on the rest of the day for the outdoor carnival events. They did go ahead with the planned outdoor concert and fireworks that night. By then the shock of the morning's events had faded, but not the gossip and chatter. -----  Rosemary went up to the hospital to visit her husband. The doctor on call told her that he was being admitted for observation, but would be discharged on Sunday. He told her to go in and see him. When she came into the room, she was shocked to see his battered and bruised face. He had one black eye that looked really ugly, she thought.   She approached the bed, and asked him how he was feeling. He replied that he was pretty sore, but otherwise fine. He went on. “I would have cleaned his clock, only he hit me first. I'm going to lay charges of course, once I get out of here.”   “No, you are not! He has already been charged and is in jail right now, thanks to you. And you are going to demand that those charges be dropped!” She stated it emphatically. She was surprised at her boldness. Normally she was the meek and mild wife who said little, and went along with her husband's wishes.   “But he stole my display with all my prized vegetables, and he reset his own display up this morning before anyone else got here. That's against the rules, too, you know. It was not that nice last night when I left. I took care of that.” He stopped short, when he realized what he had just admitted to.   But he was even more startled when Rosemary said, “I know. I saw what you did. That is against the rules too, Lewis. Tampering with his lovely display, just so you could knock him out of the running for the judging today. Shame on you. So I decided to teach you a lesson. I took your stuff home with me last night. I was the one that had to lock up the arena, so it was easy for me to remove it after everyone had gone. But don't worry. They are in a garbage bag back home in our basement. I never expected you to react this way, and this certainly was not the outcome that I had planned for, in the least. I'm sorry.” She stopped, and sighed. She looked at him. She wasn't sure what she saw in his face, for the first time since they had been married over fifty years ago. They sat there together in silence for a long time....   So, did anybody expect that it was Rosemary who unleashed this chain of events? I must admit that I was sure Mario really had done it, as did most folks in town. How quickly we are to judge, aren't we... Tom Ato, entrant #8. (I just pray next year's fall fair on Sept. 19/15 won't be as contentious. I also hope Mario will not let this dreadful incident stop him from participating next year. His displays this year would sure have given Basil and Lewis a run for their money. Hopefully everybody has learned a lesson.) Sunday, Sept. 21/14.


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THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF WAWA Members Needed For Council Committee

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Article by Joan Brooks. Photos supplied.   Natural Superior Adventures (NSA) is hosting Luzclara, a highly skilled shaman who teaches around the world, with this being the first time she has taught in Canada. She is from Chile and a Medicine woman, spiritual counsellor, sound healer and master of cultural synthesis. This amazing one day workshop scheduled for September 23rd and held at Rock Island Lodge is to strengthen our connection to Mother Earth and the healing powers within each of us.   “We will create a ritual group-healing circle based on the ‘Machitun’, the healing ways of the ‘Mapuche’ Shamans of Chile, where I was trained,” said Luzclara during a recent telephone interview. “This healing circle connects us with our Sacred Self, the Earth and Great Spirit, inspiring a collective and personal healing in a trance-like state using drums, dancing, chanting and Sacred Sounds. Everybody participates, and in the end everybody gets a healing. All participants will play an active role in the ceremony through learning the earth dances, the drumming rhythms used to induce and

maintain the trance state, and the songs which honor the Mother and the spirit within”. The purpose of the workshop is about healing communities. “We don’t have to do everything alone all the time. It’s based in Machitun.   As a young woman, Luzclara left her country after the violent takeover of the military dictatorship in Chile. She came to North America where she lived for nine years, first doing much political work for her country, and then after a painful illness, she realized she wasn't "walking her talk", but instead, living a big contradiction. Fighting for peace. Since then, she redirected her life to the healing of herself, and others. In her exile, she learned valuable spiritual lessons from many teachers, and took them back to Chile for the healing of her people.   This blessed woman is 74 years old and credits “living from my soul’ for her youthful appearance. I asked Luzclara about the painful illness that led her to explore different healing modalities. “It was a deep pain in my kidneys. The doctor couldn’t figure it out…I had acupuncture then and I found out... He put together my body, my spirit and my emotions and he showed me how we are connected. He went on to tell me that every organ has an emotion. The emotion of the kidneys is fear and I had a lot of fear trapped there through many incidents I had to go through…That was inflaming my kidneys and so much pain. He gave me a treatment. And I got rid of the pain. And so, I understood the connection. I then decided to go

to Acupuncture School and that made a big change. Once in the school I saw people meditating and all the things I was so far away from. That turned me around completely. I understood and started meditating, and once Spirit comes to you You cannot go back, And then I started studying different modalities, before I came home. Reiki, different healing modalities, I study many things, after nine years of exile I was able to go back.”   Wawa is so fortunate to have this Luzclara workshop. “I Love Canada, just love the people, they are so open.” Let’s give her a very warm welcome. Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.: Rock Island Lodge/Naturally Superior Adventures, Wawa, Ontario. Accommodation & Food is Additional. Bring your own drums, rattles and other instruments. Visit here website at http://www.luzclara.com/.   The following workshops are also happening on the North: • Returning to the Ancestral Roots September 25th, 26th, 27th, 2015: Adani Beach Retreat, North Bay, ON • Moonlight - Saturday, October 3rd, 2015: Adani Beach Retreat, North Bay, Ontario • Machitun, the Healing Circle - Sunday, October 4th, 2015: Adani Beach Retreat, North Bay, Ontario

  Each Experience Ontario participant will have access to a career coach to guide them throughout the nine-month program. Participants will attend a three-day career exploration conference, visit a postsecondary education institution or training facility, have their college or university application fee paid for and take part in up to three paid work placements in sectors related to their interests.   Helping more students succeed is part of the government's plan to build Ontario up by investing in people's talents and skills, making the largest investment in public infrastructure in Ontario's history, creating a dynamic, innovative environment where business thrives, and building a secure retirement savings plan.

QUICK FACTS • In 2015-16, approximately 600 students from across the province will take part in the nine-month Experience Ontario program, which includes up to three paid work placements in sectors related to their interests. • Ontario’s five-year high school graduation rate was 84 per cent in 2014, which is 16 percentage points higher than the 2004 rate of 68 per cent. The percentage of students graduating in four years is 76 per cent, an increase of 20 percentage points since 2004, when it was only 56 per cent. • 66 per cent of Ontario adults have completed postsecondary education, higher than any country in the OECD.

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  The Ontario Government is helping more students make the transition between secondary and postsecondary education and training with Experience Ontario, a new pilot program designed to help young people identify and work towards their future goals.   Premier Kathleen Wynne made the announcement today at Central Toronto Academy. Experience Ontario is a twoyear, $20-million pilot program that will give approximately 600 students across the province valuable work experience, career coaching and mentorship in its first year. The program will encourage graduating high school students to choose the appropriate postsecondary educational path for them, and will help them succeed once they enrol.

September 16th, 2015