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POLICE AND FIRE

McNab/Braeside house fire caused by roof work SHERRY HAAIMA sherry.haaima@metroland.com

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Emergency officials at the scene of a house fire Thursday afternoon (June 7) on Russett Drive outside of Arnprior. Fire chief Dave Hartwick says roof work being done on the house was the cause of the fire.

Roof work was the cause of a fire that damaged a home on Russett Drive in McNab/Braeside last week, according to McNab/Braeside's fire chief. Dave Hartwick says the June 7 fire was contained to the attic and roof area of the single-family home and there was smoke and water damage throughout the house. The damage estimate is ap-

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proximately $245,000, he said, and the homeowners do have insurance. Firefighters responded to the structure fire around 2:05 p.m. and found the fire in the single-family home fully involved. The residents were out of the house when emergency officials arrived. Twenty firefighters from McNab/Braeside and nine Arnprior firefighters responded, as well as Renfrew County Paramedics and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers. OPP and paramedics were on scene to assist in case they were needed, the chief added. At around 4:30 p.m., McNab/ Braeside firefighters were still on-scene doing overhaul operations. Officials remained on the scene for about four hours. Smoke from the fire was visible from Highway 17. Chief Hartwick urges the public to ensure they regularly check the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their homes.

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Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) from the Renfrew detachment have issued a warning to the public after a local individual was scammed. One victim reported buying $5,000 worth of Bitcoins and sending them to someone pretending to represent the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Const. Dave Peace is investigating after the victim received a call stating he would be arrested unless he paid $5,000 to CRA. The victim was instructed to go to a hotel in Ottawa that had a Bitcoin ATM and transfer the funds to an account number provided. The CRA does not operate in this manner. You are not threatened with arrest by legitimate employees of the CRA. Do not send the CRA iTunes cards, bitcoins or other forms of money transfers. If you are unsure who you are dealing with when receiving a call, hang up and call the CRA yourself, say police.


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Some local voters unsure of future under PC majority government DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@metroland.com The NDP candidate in R Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke now considers the 2018 Ontario election as a learning experience, but some of Ethel LaValley's

supporters are scared of what the future holds under Premier-designate Doug Ford and a PC majority govF ernment. On June 7, LaValley gathered with about a dozen others, including former ffederal candidate Dan McCarthy, at East Side Mario's in Pembroke. LaValley said she enjoyed travelling throughout the riding and meeting voters that were excited by the NDP's lead in some provincewide polls. "People are very enthusiastic and supportive," she

said, "and happy to talk and tell me what's going on." However, the longtime Whitney-area mayor said many are struggling but are too proud to go into details. Jenny Dickson, a resident of Deep River, was at the restaurant that night. Dickson is a library information technician student who said she supports the NDP's stance on funding libraries and minimum wage workers. "Kids' programming is really important," Dickson said.

She would like to see corporate taxes increase. Canada currently has one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the industrialized, which Dickson said is not sustainable in light of Ontario's struggling social programs. She doesn't hold out much hope for improvement under a Doug Ford-led PC government. "I think it'll be hell; pretty much a disaster," she said. "Their party is in a mess, they didn't put out a costed platform. Their economics make no sense."

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NDP candidate met with struggling Renfrew county voters

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NDP candidate Ethel LaValley steals a moment away from supporters on election night at East Side Mario's in Pembroke.

Conservatives come out with strong support for Yakabuski l Continued from front

on June 7 at the Pembroke Clarion Conference Centre. At the top of the list in his Renfrew-NipissingPembroke riding is the twinning of Highway 17 to Renfrew. The PCs will also bring high-speed broadband access and reliable cellular coverage to rural and remote areas of Ontario. Much of his victory speech was dedicated to thanking family and ffriends, staff and supporters, and the 69 per cent of voters who got him elected. However, Yakabuski used strong language to chastise "big media's" coverage of premier-designate Doug Ford, saying it "assassinated him on a daily basis" but that he "stuck to his message and would not be sidetracked." Yakabuski also spent Y more time thanking one

person above all others for his long and successful career in politics: Gerald Tracey. The publisher and reporter of the Eganville Leader was first to call Yakabuski 15 years ago when the previous MPP decided not to run again. It was Tracey who encouraged him to run and has been a staunch supporter ever since, even going so far as to don a "I back Yak" button while reporting on Ford's campaign rally in Renfrew. "Now, I know Gerald has to play it a little cautious sometimes," Yakabuski said. "But Tracey was right when he said we're going to have to go (into politics)." Yakabuski, Y 61, is looking forward to transitioning from many years in opposition to governing. (His father Paul spent 22 of 24 years on the governing side.) The party whip, former energy crit-

ic, and former labour and training critic, is among those expected to make cabinet. "I was told your best day in opposition won't be as good as your worst day in government," he said. The race was easily won this time around, again. Yakabuski's opponents garnered less than half the number of votes he did. Demand for signs rose by 1,300, he said. And volunteers were coming ffrom all corners of the riding. "Feedback was extremely positive. In Arnprior, people were honking their horns down the road shouting out their support," Yakabuski said. Ford announced his transition team, which includes Mike Coates of the Griffith area who recently lost a federal Conservative nomination race against incumbent Cheryl Gallant.

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PROVINCIAL ELECTION

Liberal candidate says she 'fought noble fight'

TIFFANY LEPACK tlepack@metroland.com Renfrew-NipissingPembroke Liberal candidate Jackie Agnew emotionally thanked her supporters Thursday night at the Rio Tap and Grill in Eganville, after it was clear she did not come out on top in the riding. She admitted it was a tough night for Liberals. Agnew finished in third place with 4,701 votes or 9.75 per cent behind the winner Progressive Conservative (PC) incumbent John Yakabuski who gained 69.19 per cent of the vote locally. As to the provincial PC majority, she said: "I don't understand it and it's a little scary for me," Agnew told reporters. Overall it was not a good night for the Liberals as they only won seven seats, which is not enough for official party status and only 19.56 per cent of the popular

vote, the lowest ever for the Liberals. In her speech to her supporters she reminded them why she got involved in this election. "I started this campaign the day Doug Ford became the PC leader," said Agnew. "I saw his ideas gathering popularity within the PC base and I felt obligated to put my name forward not because the fight seemed any easier, but because the voters deserved a positive alternative to those ideas." She said they did not just sit back and watch they got involved and they fought the noble fight. "We can be proud." She held nothing back on why her party was defeated. "My team and I know that this wasn't about us," said Agnew. "I don't take this loss personally because Ontario wanted change as a whole ... Even though I won't be the next MPP and Kathleen Wynne

won't be the next premier, I don't regret anything we've done." She thanked all of her volunteers for their dedication and hard work and especially noted the support from her husband Steve and her children Andy, Bree and Emily. During the last week of the campaign, Agnew said they considered not having a big party and were just going to watch at home. "I would not let this party be cancelled if it were the death of me," said Agnew. "Even though we did not win the most votes, in my mind this was a victory. We learned so much, we met so many people and we did the people of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke a democratic service. This is absolutely a time to celebrate." Speaking to local media after results were confirmed, Agnew admitted Saturday, June 2, when Wynne conceded, was a rough day.

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appointing and sad. "Tonight is a tough night, we worked very hard and right up into Saturday, we were confident we might have a chance and then when Kathleen Wynne conceded on Saturday it hurt us, I'll say that and we knew then it wasn't going to be good for us." It was too early for her to analyze how her campaign

went locally but she said they were out knocking on doors and calling people but there was more to this election. "This election was about sending a message to the Liberal party and Kathleen Wynne," said Agnew. " People were angry after 14 years and they were just not ready to put us back in again."

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Study update on the way "It's information that is not accessible anywhere else," Wilson said. "But to fill in some of the gaps we require outside expertise and skills. And we need funding to do that." Updated data on demographics in eastern Ontario's second fastest growing community, marketing vacancies and more - especially in the industrial sector and services would be among the areas scrutinized. A grant worth 50 per cent will be provided from the provincial government. The updated study will begin this year and completed by early 2019. Mayor David Reid and others on council signalled support. He said data changes quickly and refreshing a document already invested in is a wise move, especially with a new council coming in and funding money from Queen's Park.

DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@metroland.com An economic development study will itself develop further with money from the Town of Arnprior. Council learned during the May 28 meeting that some recommendations from the Retail Demand Study, created by a consultant, cannot be accomplished without outside expertise and another $16,000. The original document is dated, going back to 2014, yet remains "a key source of invaluable data," according to Lindsay Wilson, the town's marketing and economic development officer. The 116-page study was built off a telephone survey and interviews with business leaders, demographics and retail vacancies, to pinpoint retail opportunities and other valuable information.

POLICE & FIRE

AFD gears up for program The Arnprior Fire Department is once again performing its annual Home Fire and Life Safety Program as part of the department's fire prevention and public-education program. It is a legal requirement of the Ontario Fire Code that every home in Ontario must have a working smoke alarm on all levels of the home and all sleeping areas. All homes with a fuelfired appliance and/or attached garage are required to have working carbon-monoxide alarms in all sleeping areas. Who is responsible? Homeowners - It is the responsibility of all homeowners to install and maintain smoke and carbon-monoxide alarms in their homes, where required. Landlords - It is the responsibility of landlords to ensure their rental properties are in compliance with the fire code requirements. Tenants - If you are a tenant of a rental property and do not

have the required alarms, contact your landlord immediately. It is against the law for tenants to remove the batteries or tamper with the alarm. If a problem occurs with the alarms within the rental unit, it is the tenant's responsibility to notify the landlord immediately upon becoming aware of the issue. The program promotes the installation and testing of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and educates the public on the importance of having working alarms in all homes and the Ontario Fire Code requirements. Firefighters will be knocking on doors, asking to test smoke and carbon-monoxide alarms, ensuring residents of our community are protected from the hazards of smoke due to a fire or a carbon-monoxide emergency. Questions can be directed to 613-623-4231.

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previous night from Corington Construction on Gillan Road. The machine was driven across a field to a parking lot/loading area at Scapa Tapes and then loaded onto a float and taken away. Anyone who may have witnessed anything related to this theft late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning is

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Renfrew OPP lay stunt driving charges A 19-year-old man is facing a stunt driving charge after excessive speeding on Highway 17 recently. On Monday, May 28 at 5:25 a.m. Const. Jason Golds stopped a motor vehicle travelling in excess of 50 kilometres per hour above the posted 90 km/h limit. The vehicle was first observed travelling westbound on Highway 17 east of Foresters Falls Road. As a result of the investigation a 19-year-old man of Horton Township was issued a

summons to appear in court for the offence. The vehicle he was driving was impounded for seven days and his licence was suspended for seven days. The Renfrew detachment of the OPP investigated 358 calls for service from Monday, May 28 to June 3.

Mischief Several youths were seen throwing rocks on William Street in Arnprior, breaking

car windows and at least one home window. The mischief occurred on Sunday, June 3 at approximately 2:25 a.m. The youths were gone when police arrived, and the investigation is continuing. Damage to a home and two vehicles consistent with a pellet gun being used was observed by police on Sunday, June 3. The damage occurred sometime between May 14 and June 2 at the property on Goshen Road in McNab/Braeside Township.

There is no suspect at this time. One youth is facing charges after causing damaging to his home after using drugs. The complainant called police on Sunday, June 3 when they were unable to control the youth, who fled the scene before police arrived. A 16year-old teen boy was arrested nearby and held in custody for a bail hearing. Under provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act the youth cannot be identified.

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Have a healthy, happy Father's Day Sunday marks Father's Day, and what better way to celebrate than with healthy males in your life. Canadian Men's Health Week is a nationally recognized week dedicated to improving the health of men in our country. From June 11 to 17, the week serves as an opportunity to raise awareness of men's health issues and provide tips and tools for men and their families to live healthier lives. New Canadian research, conducted on behalf of the Canadian Men's Health Foundation, finds 72 per cent of men regularly demonstrate two or more unhealthy habits, including a poor diet, smoking cigarettes, problem drinking, not exercising or not getting regular sleep. The study is the first in this country to look at health behaviours rather than diseases, and the first to simultaneously look at five key health behaviours that help prevent chronic disease (diet, sleep, exercise, smoking and drinking). • 62 per cent of Canadian men have an unhealthy diet; • 54 per cent of Canadian men under or over sleep; .•59 per cent of Canadian men do not get 150 minutes of moderate-to-strenuous exercise per week; • 39 per cent of Canadian men have unhealthy alcohol consumption; and • 20 per cent of Canadian men smoke cigarettes. Only six per cent of respondents exhibited no unhealthy behaviours and were classified as 'very healthy.' Those who exhibited one bad habit were deemed healthy (22 per cent). Men with two unhealthy behaviours were considered borderline (31 per cent) and those with three or more of the above behaviours were classified as unhealthy (42 per cent). Wayne Hartrick, president of the CMHF, points out that it doesn't take much for a man to go from the "unhealthy" category to the "healthy" category. "Think of these categories as a ladder. Most Canadian men can move up a rung by changing only one bad habit. They can go up two rungs by changing two behaviours, like eating five fist-sized servings of fruit and getting seven hours of sleep. The CMHF website DontChangeMuch.ca offers easy to follow, medically-backed simple tips and tools to help men and their families live healthier lives. Canadian Men's Health Foundation (CMHF) is a national, not for profit organization with a mission to inspire Canadian men and their families to live healthier lives. The statistics around men's health in Canada are alarming; 70 per cent of men's health problems can be prevented by adopting healthy lifestyles. Learn more at MensHealthFoundation.ca, YouCheck.ca and DontChangeMuch.ca.

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• LETTERS & COMMENTARY • Be diligent when smoking To the editor: The Arnprior Fire Department is reminding the public to be diligent when discarding smoking materials. According to the National Fire Protection Association, careless use of smoking materials is the leading cause of fire deaths; subsequently the department would like to offer these tips:

Smoking safety • If you smoke, use only fire-safe cigarettes. • If you smoke, smoke outside. Most deaths result from fires that started in living rooms, family rooms and dens or in bedrooms. • Keep a careful eye on anyone using alcohol while smoking.

• Keep cigarettes, lighters, matches, and other smoking materials up high, out of the reach of children, in a locked cabinet.

Put it out • Use a deep, sturdy ashtray. Place it away from anything that can burn. • Do not discard cigarettes in vegetation such as mulch, potted plants or landscaping, peat moss, dried grasses, leaves or anything that could ignite easily. • Before you throw away butts and ashes, make sure they are out, and dousing in water or sand is the best way to do that.

Smoking and medical oxygen • Never smoke and never allow anyone to smoke where medical oxygen is

Letters to the editor All letters must be fewer than 200 words and include your name and telephone number for verification purposes. We reserve the right to edit, condense or reject letters.

Electronic cigarettes • Fires have occurred while e-cigarettes were being used, the battery was being charged, or the device was being transported. Battery failures have led to small explosions. Never leave charging e-cigarettes unattended. Captain Cory Nicholas Fire prevention/protection officer, Arnprior Fire Department

Father's Day Bike-And-Hike To the editor: In connection with Bike Month and the Silver Chain Challenge, OVCATA

(the Ottawa Valley Cycling and Active Transportation Alliance) is holding a Father's Day Bike-And-Hike starting from Bonnechere Caves, on the 4th Chute Road east of Eganville, on Sunday, June 17. Participants will meet at 9 a.m. in the parking lot at the Caves. Activities include cycling and walking tours for people "age 5-95" and participants of all abilities. Loaner bikes and helmets will be available for those who want to try riding for the first time in a while. OVCATA will have free snacks, drinks and giveaways, courtesy of the Renfrew County Seniors Active Transportation project, which is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Seniors Affairs. Ish Theilheimer Co-chair, OVCATA

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Is the silence of the bats nigh?

Near absence of bats alarming, says Michael Runtz

When I was young, I loved being outside when the day began fading into night. As the daytime players exited the stage, a new set of actors made an appearance. Eastern whippoor-wills welcomed the night with energetic, name-giving songs while raccoons wandered around on their nocturnal prowls. And overhead, bats fluttered on silent wings, snatching beetles from the dim after detecting them with their inaudible radar. Today, raccoons have become even more common while whip-poor-wills have sadly gone the other direction. Even more alarming is the near absence of bats in the crepuscular hours. Their disappearance is not only a local one; throughout eastern North America bats are

MICHAEL RUNTZ Column vanishing from the landscape. Some bats are being killed by wind turbines, but not by colliding with the turning blades. As they pass through the turbines, their little lungs explode because of the pressure change. However, there is a far more lethal killer out there. It is not a machine, but a fungus that attacks bats that roost communally in winter in damp, cool sites called hibernacula. Known as the white-nose syndrome fungus, Pseudogymnoascus destructans enters a bat after it contacts its spores, often by making physical contact with an infected bat. The disease's name arises from the white fungus that appears on the

face and wings of infected bats. When bats go dormant, their lowered internal temperature becomes ideal for the fungus to spread through them. The fungus doesn't kill bats outright, but makes them restless, causing them to burn up energy reserves essential for surviving winter. Sometimes infected bats fly out of their hibernaculum and die atop the snow. Once a bat is infected, the fungus quickly spreads to others in the hibernaculum, usually killing 90 - 100 per cent of the colony in a few years. The fungus came to North America from Europe (where it doesn't affect the bats) apparently on the shoes of spelunkers (cavers). In 10 mere years this lethal fungus has spread from a single cave in New York to seven provinces and 32 states, in the process killing countless millions of bats. White-nose syndrome is the most serious threat ever posed to any vertebrate group in North

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America. In the past few years the fungus has spread to several midwestern and western states where fear is that it will continue its spread until many previously healthy species of bats, some quite common, become endangered or even go extinct. See: www.whitenosesyndrome.org for an up-to-date map of the location of this fungus in North America. In Ontario, one formerly very common species, the little brown myotis (little brown bat), may soon appear on the endangered species list. Four other Ontario species - big brown bat, eastern small-footed bat, tricolored bat and northern myotis (northern

long-eared bat) - have also contracted the disease. Unlike birds, whose voices tell us they are present, bats are silent creatures. Only the absence of their shadowy forms flitting erratically through the evening sky tells us they are gone. And that is a very sad thing indeed. The Nature email is mruntz@start.ca – Michael Runtz is a longtime columnist who teaches natural history and ornithology at Carleton University. He has worked as a naturalist in provincial and national parks, hosted the television series Wild by Nature, and has written 11 books on natural history topics.

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SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER Allan Drive (Vacant Lot), Part 2 on Plan 49R-18983 Frontage 15 meters, Depth approximately 40 meters, Irregular shaped lot Zoning: Residential One (R1) Take Notice that sealed tenders are invited for the purchase of the land described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on July 5,2018 at the Arnprior Municipal Office, 105 Elgin St. West, Arnprior Ontario. The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day as soon as possible after 3:00 p.m. at the Arnprior Municipal Office, 105 Elgin St. West, Arnprior. Description of Lands: Part 2 on Plan 49R-18983, begin part of Lot 4, Concession B, Town of Arnprior. Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and the Deposit will be by negotiable cheque payable to the Town of Arnprior to be held in trust without interest pending completion or other termination of this Agreement and to be credited toward the purchaser on completion. The amount of the deposit will be 5 per cent of the amount of the offer.

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Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to, environmental contamination or any other matters relating to the land to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers. Further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed form of tender is available at Town Hall: 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior, ON K7S 0A8, or by contacting Robin Paquette, Town Planner, rpaquette@arnprior.ca, 613-623-4231 x.1827


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Free summer programs for children at APL CAROLYN SWAYZE Arnprior Public Library Our summer programs at the Arnprior Public Library are priceless. We are thrilled to be offering children's programs free of charge, thanks to generous donations from the Scharf Family Charitable Trust, Optimist Club of Arnprior, the Rotary Club of Arnprior and the Northern Credit Union. In addition to stories, activities and crafts, our programs will include a healthy snack and physical movement. Our summer calendar can be viewed online at www.arnpriorlibrary.ca or a paper copy can be picked up at the library. Beginning June 11, visit us at the library to ensure your child's library card is valid and to register your child for the TD Summer Reading Club (TDSRC). Your child will receive a colouring tote with crayons and a password to access our online registration. Registration is required for all programs except Friday morning drop-ins, Story Time at Robert Simpson Park and the Friday afternoon movie screenings. Registration will rollout on our website on a weekly basis, beginning June 18 for the first week of programs in July. Spaces are limited, so register early! As of July 3, TDSRC participants can collect a button every time they borrow five or more items, to a maximum of one a day. Buttons can be collected until 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 18. 5 buttons = receive a sticker

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Youth services librarian Carolyn Swayze was presented with a $750 cheque by Rotary Club of Arnprior members Gerhard Peters and Michael Steeves, an $800 donation from Optimist Club President Wes Schnob (top left), and a $500 cheque from Northern Credit Union’s Don Nicholas, NCU vice chair; Wayne Lavallee, NCU chair and Kloee Greatrex, NCU tinancial sales advisor (top right). sheet 8 buttons = nameplate recognition in a book of your choice 10 buttons = an invitation to kick up your heels at our End-of-Summer Countryfest on Wednesday, August 22. Special thanks to the Arnprior School of Dance for providing their support to our celebration! Questions? Call Carolyn at 613623-2279 or email youth@arnpriorlibrary.ca. Follow the library on Facebook and Twitter to keep up-to-date on all our activities. We will be posting photos of our programs, notices about weather permitting events and more!

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TIFFANY LEPACK tlepack@metroland.com It was a very busy weekend at the Arnprior Airport on June 1 and June 2. The 11th annual Interprovincial Air Tour brought 95 people and 46 airplanes to the local airport, including four groups from Michigan. The tour started in Orillia on Thursday, May 31, then headed to Arnprior on Friday and Saturday. The large group stayed overnight in Arnprior at the Quality Inn, they went on a dinner boat cruise on Friday night and on Saturday night the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) Flight #33 hosted a hangar party with dinner, a magic show and the bluegrass band the Richmond Ramblers. Arnprior Airport manager Dan Lynch knows there are numerous economic benefits from a tour like this. "It's the promotion of our airport and they will come back to Arnprior and our community," said Lynch. Lee Arsenault and Marilyn Staig came to Arnprior in October to check out the airport and Lynch gave them a tour of the town at that time.

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Lee Arsenault and Marilyn Staig from the Interprovincial Air Tour present Arnprior Airport manager Dan Lynch and Mike Asselin from the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight #33 a plaque to mark the International Air Tour, which was in Arnprior on June 1 and 2. "It's a beautiful town," said Staig. Arsenault was a little concerned about the weather but everything ended up working out. "It's perfect!" said Arsenault. "We just love the location of the airport. It's close to town and the river and has lots of parking." The airport also received a plaque for hosting the tour. Its inscription reads: "Recognizing the value of general aviation and the airport to the community. Build a mile of highway and you can travel a mile. Build a mile of runway and you can bring the world to your commu-

nity!" According to Mike Asselin from COPA there were 20 local volunteers helping out with the event. "It was a perfect opportunity to host them, our members helped out marshalling and on the radio," said Asselin. The Arnprior Airport is 387 acres with three runways (10-28, which is open 365 days a year, 16-34 open seasonally and a grass strip). The airport welcomes approximately 4,000 visitors per year, including flights for the Canadian military and the OPP. They also use Madawaska Lake for water landings.

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TOUCH A TRUCK The Arnprior Family Preschool Resource Centre- EarlyON Centre invites the public to its annual Touch a Truck &amp; Meet a Machine event on June 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Arnprior Fairgrounds. This year admission is free and there will be all sorts of vehicles and machines to explore, along with bouncy castles, a petting zoo, face painting, balloon animals and more. Arnprior EarlyON Centre photo

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St. John Chrysostom Parish Family Saturday 4:30 p.m. • Sunday 9:30 a.m. Rev. Fr. John N. Burchat 295 Albert Street 623-2282 www.saintjohnchrysostom.org Sunday Children’s Liturgy Bi-monthly Youth Programs Home of the Arnprior and District Food Bank

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Adult and youth members of The Canadian Peace Initiative gather at the entrance of Gillies Grove to add plants and flowers to the garden. The group wants to see a federal department of peace, just as other countries have done. in the Canadian federal government," according to its website. "The key focus of our work is the proposal for a de-

partment of peace, a framework that complements our other federal departments, significantly increasing

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About 90 students from Arnprior District High School silently filed into the Christian Education Centre and sat before David Moskovic. Nothing was said at first. Then after a small introduction Moskovic told his story of surviving the Holocaust. He spoke softly, as if in prayer, repeating what he has obviously said before, yet bracing from time to time to hold back the tears. Like a prayer, it seemed necessary to tell the story; to tell it with solemnity and seriousness. However, when finished and the kids sat up a little straighter to ask questions, he told funny stories - one after another - of life after the war. The little parablelike tales illustrated the importance of street smarts, of being tough and tricky, of doing what it takes to be a survivor. Because surviving bestows the gifts of kindness and gratitude. "I go out of my way to be nice to people," said Moskovic, who moments before described draping himself in corpses for warmth. "I never hated. I married a German girl. And she's cute too. Hate doesn't get you nowhere." Forcibly removed from his mountain village in 1944 Czechoslovakia, 15-year-old Moskovic was shuffled from Auschwitz and Birkenau, by train and foot. Family and friends died along the way. He was starving and frozen most of the time. Made to build cinder blocks for Hitler's macabre vision. The boy stole and cheated to keep himself alive. "If you just followed what you were supposed to do, you never survived," he said. "You became

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Holocaust survivor and successful Ottawa businessman David Moskovic speaks to students from Arnprior District High School. Despite the horrors lived, he asked the kids to be kind to one another. emotionless. Somebody I was walking beside looked down and said, 'That is my granddad.' That's it." When the nightmare was ended, he could go to the U.S., France, or other nations. He went to his village. Too many didn't return. He went to Prague for a while. Didn't put much thought in Israel, which was fighting for its fledgling life. He had enough of being a Jew. Moskovic eventually made it to Canada where he worked for 30 years before working for himself. A big house that would make his parents proud. A loving wife and kids. He is grateful to go from the worst to the best. "Life couldn't be better. Every day I get up I say how lucky I am," he said. "You kids are the luckiest human beings to live in this country. Be nice to your friends, your family, your neighbours. And take care of yourself."

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WENDY TESSIER May has come and gone, seemingly with the speed of a well-swung driver. June brings hope that our golf game will improve as signs of winter abate with lusher fairways and shortcropped greens providing more challenges, and the crab apple trees flowering with eye-popping beauty. Hope springs eternal in every spring golfer's heart as each of us hopes for that elusive hole-in-one. As lady luck or skill would have it, two of Mountain Creek's members obtained their goal: Sally MacKenzie put it in the Hole on No. 16 during Ladies' Night on May 15, then a week later, at the seniors' league May 23, Stu Thompson aced Hole No. 14. Neither had ever had a hole-in-one before which goes to show you, you just never know when it's your lucky day. The Mountain Creek Seniors, who play in their mixed league every Wednesday, have held a

weather as well. The winner's were: Red honey pot - tied - Rita Fraser and Marlene Nevins with 36 points Yellow honey pot - Linda Mulligan with 39.5 points Skill prize - hit the fairway on No. 1 - Linda Mulligan Pro Shop draw - Sally MacKenzie 50/50 draw - Heather MacNamara Lady luck - secret score/ secret hole - Elisabeth von Blodeau Sally MacKenzie was given a cash award for her hole-in-one on No. 16 from a member-sponsored holein-one fund. For their part, the Thursday Night Men's League has recommenced their activities with a vengeance. Men's match play has already been scheduled: Saturday, June 2 Round 1, and Sunday, June 3 Men's Intersectional Qualifying Round 1. May 24 Honeypot Winners: Flight 1 was won by Shane Fagan. Stu Thomp-

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Sally MacKenzie had a hole in one on #16 during Ladies' Night on May 15 at Mountain Creek. Right: Stu Thompson aced Hole #14. He's one of two golfers who had recent holes-in-one at Mountain Creek. son won Flight 2. Flight 3 was won by Bob LeBlanc. Bob McAskin won Flight 4. The Pro Shop draw winner was Sean Rousselle and the 50/50 draw was won by Jim Colborn. A & B: There were five winners: Geoff Major, Bryan Gormley, Wayne Deschamps and Shane Fagan with two wins C & D: Tom Sewter and Bob Davies Seniors: Bruce Headrick, Larry Stickland and Larry Bertrand Contest prizes: Steve

Blais won Titleist AVX golf balls in a draw having hit the first fairway Notables: Shane Fagan had a fine 32 on the front nine with an eagle on hole 4 and birdies on 8 and 9 About the course: Readers may not realize that Mountain Creek has five sets of tees: blue, white, green, red and yellow. The blues, offering 6,216 yards of play, are the longest tees set furthest back, best suited to top notch golfers with say, a handicap of nine or less. The whites, at 5,982

yards, are appropriate for those with handicaps of 10 or more. The greens are a challenge for those over 65 with a handicap greater than 12, given its 5,483 yards. While reds (5,368 yards) have the reputation of being the "women's" tees, this is not true. Anyone can choose to play whatever colour tee they feel best suits their game. The greens and the shorter yellow tees (4,167 yards), allow players who, due to ability, age or other circumstances, can continue to aim for birdies and pars, and still retain their bragging rights. Using the shorter distanced tees also saves golfers time over the course of a round. Take pride in selecting the right tee for you. Choosing one that make the course too long for you might result in your scores going up instead of down - who wants that? Don't let your ego get in the way of a good score. It's more fun going shorter, playing both faster and better.

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month's worth of well-attended events culminating on a day where sunny skies and a light breeze saw 36 golfers participated in a modified scramble format (a.k.a. you make a really fabulous tee shot and I'll take it from there, and we'll deduct my handicap from the total). When all was said and done, the winners for the ladies were Franci Schaepper (56) and Chris McLaughlin (61) and for the men - Doug Archibald (53) and Bob McAskin (56), both of whom expressed appreciation of Marlene Nevins' driving ability. All will have been suitably rewarded. Six prize draws were drawn: Lenora Homulos, Ann Thompson, Bev Cliffen, Marlene Nevins and the Box family Bob and Claire. Not to be outdone, the MC Ladies' Day League too has managed, despite a few rain drops on May 22, to play every Tuesday of the month. They held their month-end prize night with a day of excellent


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DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@metroland.com The upbeat and enthusiastic atmosphere surrounding this year's Relay for Life at Arnprior District High School was put on hold briefly to hear from a survivor. Danielle L'Abbe was breastfeeding her baby when she discovered a lump. "I thought I was way too young to have cancer," she said. "My children have never known their mother without it." Twenty-five rounds of radiation, a partial hysterectomy, and reconstructive surgery: L'Abbe has taken her share of hits from the disease. She refers to it as "living with cancer day to day." Some tumours remain the same size, others have shrunk. Such is the fate of one in eight Canadian women. And every three minutes another is diagnosed. "This is very special, very important work you are doing," L'Abbe said, looking out at the bleachers full of some 220 students. "I feel your love and support." It didn't take much for her to get the kids back into a positive place. They applauded loudly at her

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More than 200 people participate in Relay For Life at the track behind ADHS, raising some $13,500 for cancer research. Bottom: Danielle L'Abbe speaks to students about living with cancer. last words to them. "You are my inspiration. Together we will keep kicking its butt!"

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Robert Simpson Park was the perfect setting for Arnprior's inaugural Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides, held Saturday, June 9. Organized by the Arnprior Lions Club, the Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides is the largest annual fundraiser for the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides, with more than 200 communities participating across Canada. Clockwise: Laurie Ann Crawford with a smiling "Michalek," a friend's dog. Brayden Waterman from Petawawa and "Innis" helped raise more than $1,100 for the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides. From left to right: Arnprior Lions Club members David Campbell (webmaster) and Don Gougeon (secretary) working the registration table.

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Municipal Matters June 14, 2018

UPCOMING COUNCIL MEETINGS Tuesday, June 26, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – Council

MISSISSIPPI MILLS BEACH OPERATIONS SUPERVISED SWIM SCHEDULE AT THE ALMONTE & PAKENHAM BEACH

There are no Council Meetings scheduled in July 2018; Council meetings will resume August 14, 2018

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Agendas posted to www.mississippimills.ca or subscribe to our newsfeed to have this information delivered right to your email in-box. TO SUBSCRIBE: Visit http://www.mississippimills.ca/en/news/subscribe.aspx MUNICIPALITY OF MISSISSIPPI MILLS NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING On Tuesday, June 26, 2018 the Council of the Municipality of Mississippi Mills will hold a public meeting, pursuant to Section 12 of the Development Charges Act, 1997, to present and obtain public input on the Municipality’s proposed development charges (DC) by-law and underlying background study. All interested parties are invited to attend the Public Meeting of Council and any person who attends the meeting may make representations relating to the proposed by-law. The meeting is to be held:

In order that sufficient information is made available to the public, copies of the proposed DC by-law and the background study are being made available as of June 11, 2018 from the Municipal Clerk at the above location. Interested persons may express their comments at the Public Meeting or in writing, addressed to the Municipal Clerk, at the above address prior to June 26, 2018.

Please note that the Almonte Beach will be closed July 12th, 13th, 14th & 15th 2018 (Almonte Fair Weekend). The Almonte Beach will also be closed on Saturday August 11, 2018. Special Thanks to the North Lanark Agricultural Society for the use of the beach in Almonte. PAKENHAM BEACH Beginning on Monday July 2nd, 2018 ending on Wednesday August 22, 2018. The Schedule for supervised swims at the Pakenham Beach will be as follows: Pakenham Beach- Monday and Wednesday only – 12:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m For further information, please contact the Recreation & Culture Department at (613) 256-1077

The Municipality of Mississippi Mills Recreation and Culture Department is looking for the services of a canteen operator for both the Almonte Community Centre & Stewart Community Centre in Pakenham. Canteen services are required from the months of September – March at the Stewart Community Centre in Pakenham. Canteen services are required from the months of October – March at the Almonte Community Centre. Proposals should be submitted at the Almonte Old Town Hall (14 Bridge Street) or by emailing Calvin Murphy cmurphy@mississippimills.ca and will be accepted until Tuesday June 26th, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. For more information on submitting a proposal, please contact Calvin Murphy – Recreation Manager Municipality of Mississippi Mills 613-256-1077 Ext: 24 or cmurphy@mississippimills.ca

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Seniors learn about cannabis clinics

DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@metroland.com Staff from a legal cannabis company with two clinics in Ottawa recently spoke to a seniors' group in Arnprior. The large turnout of about 65 at the Seniors at Home event was among the largest in the Breakfast 'N Learn series, held at East Side Mario's. There was a lot of laughter during this presentation - "What do I do with all the brownies I have now?" - and a lot of myth busting: . The only legal medical marijuana is delivered by mail; 'pot shops' can't guarantee government-inspected pot . Many medical marijuana treatments don't cause a 'high' because the active agent has been removed . In most cases it need not be smoked;

. A doctor's referral is not mandatory. Brad Pichette, Caroline Bond, and Chantal Mason from Canadian Cannabis Clinics, the largest of several private businesses specializing in medical marijuana, explained how to navigate the legal and medical issues surrounding the newly emerging field. Canadian Cannabis only deals with licensed producers. They encourage patients to speak with their physician. However, some are still leery or ignorant on how cannabis can be used to treat everything from pain, inflammation, and vomiting to mood disorders, insomnia, and anxiety. If doctors refuse the recommendation they won't be included in correspondence. Expect between an hour and two at the clinic during a first

time visit. An assessment must be done, medical history, diagnosis, doctor consultation, and prescription are among the procedures. About 80 per cent of those who visit qualify for a prescription. Depending on usage, the average prescription will cost about $100 for two-and-half months. Some companies offer discounts for those on fixed incomes. It can be claimed on income tax. Oils are often the way to consume cannabis. It is foul tasting, Pichette admitted, holding up samples of various dispensaries, which is why many patients add it to food or drinks. It doesn't interfere with most other medications. They advise no driving for eight hours. There are no known cases of withdrawal or fatal overdose related to cannabis.

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Different generations are finding new ways to communicate at the Grove Nursing Home. On June 1, also known as Intergenerational Day when the gap between young and old is made a little smaller, a new initiative called Hugging Scarves served as a kick-starter to Seniors' Month. Kids came to the residence to write and draw on specially-made wraps for their grandparents, some of whom have degenerative cognition. Andrew Love is the pastor at Grace St. Andrew's United

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Church. His outreach team visits the Grove regularly and will share the Hugging Scarves. "This is a way to spiritually connect people in a tangible way," Love said. "Particularly for grandchildren; this is a way to help them understand and communicate with someone dying or living with dementia." He said parishioner Millie MacKlem made the first scarf. She is a member of the Arnprior & District Quilters' Guild, the group making each Hugging Scarf. Arnprior Regional Health is also involved with the program which is similar to an award-winning idea that brought much ac-

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Love Mama, Dada and Lucy The Family of the late Catherine (Cassie) McGregor would like to thank everyone for their expressions of sympathy at the time of her passing.

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Van Delen, Hank

Hank passed away peacefully at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Monday, June 4, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer, and on his own terms with God holding his hand and his wife by his side. Loving husband of Laverna Ferguson. Predeceased by first wife Sheila Jones in 1998. Devoted and proud father to Rev. Carla (husband Bert) and Christine. Special and loving father to Jamie (Chris), David (Pam) and Paul Ferguson. Cherished grandfather to seven grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Hank is survived by his brother John (Pat) of Pembroke. He will be greatly missed by his nieces and nephews, many good friends and colleagues. Family received friends at McPhail and Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Monroe Ave. E., Renfrew. Funeral service was held at Trinity St. Andrew’s United Church. Interment Rosebank Cemetery. In memory of Hank, donations can be made to Renfrew Hospice or the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca

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To all the staff at Quail Creek, Victoria Hospital and lastly the Bonnechere Manor. We sincerely thank you for the excellent care, love and respect given to Cassie in her final years.

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Dean Black SMP, resident of Renfrew since 2002, has attained certification as a Strategic Management Professional (SMP) from the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP). Dean has a long history of providing leadership in the Renfrew and surrounding community. A member of the Royal Canadian Legion for over 20 years, he is also a member of the local Knights of Columbus Council 1916 (4th Degree) since 1996, and served as Grand Knight for the Renfrew Council for four years. He served as Editor of the 433 Wing RCAF Association bulletin for many years, and was President of Heritage Renfrew for a two-year term. From 2005, Dean was a member of the Renfrew Public Library Board of Trustees, eventually serving as Chairman for five years. It was in that capacity that in cooperation with the CEO the late Mr. Subhash Mehta, Dean helped the Board of Trustees articulate a strategic plan for the Renfrew Library community of users. He continues to help the Bonnechere Union Public Library and the Lanark Public Library boards with their strategic planning activities. Dean retired from the Royal Canadian Air Force after a 30-year career in 2007, and today continues to work as the Executive Director of the non-profit Royal Canadian Air Force Association, in Ottawa. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of Airforce magazine.

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Timothy “Timmy” Glenn Waugh 54 years Tuesday June 5th, 2018 at his home. Beloved husband of Anna Cerilli, his caring angel. Beloved son of Nellis and Lucy Waugh both predeceased. Loving brother of Richard (Mandy). Cherished uncle of Miranda and Riley (who he was so proud of). Timmy always put family first and will be lovingly remembered as a caring and compassionate man always willing to help those less fortunate. Timmy was proud to serve the community of Renfrew as a Municipal Police Officer for many years. Timmy was passionate about antiques and collectable’s and appreciated the quality in historic items. At Timmy’s request, there will be no visitation and a private family service will be held. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. Donations to the Sudbury Food Bank would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home. To light a memorial candle, for donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.

LeBRUN, Dora Patricia (Bujold)

Peacefully at Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Monday, June 4, 2018 at the age of 93. Cherished and loving mother of Marguerite Bujold (Jerry), Gerald Bujold (Isabel), Norman Bujold (Susan) and Robert Bujold (Tom). Proud grandmother of Janice, Chris, the late Daniel (Jennifer), Lee Ann McCanna (Jeremy), Robyn Swant (Steve), Andrew (Kendal), Willie, and the late Justin. Survived by her siblings Lorna and Raymond LeBrun of Campbellton, NB. Retired from Groves Park Lodge, Dora was truly one of a kind. She will be remembered by many great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends, and the staff at Bonnechere Manor. Visiting at McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Munroe Ave. E., Renfrew on Thursday, June 7, 2018 from 11 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. A Funeral Service will follow in the Chapel at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to Bonnechere Manor, Renfrew Victoria Hospital or Hospice Renfrew would be appreciated by the family. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca

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Davis, Lila May (née Morris). Peacefully at the Almonte General Hospital on Saturday, June 2, 2018; Lila May Davis; a lifelong resident of Almonte passed away in her 97th year. Beloved wife of Franklin Davis for 63 years. Cherished sister-in-law of Elizabeth Morris. Dearly loved aunt of Anne Hamor (George), Susan Olson (Brent), Bill Morris (Janet), John Morris (Lorraine) and Ruth Bengough (Peter). Very dear great-aunt of Alex Hamor (Suhaila), David and Michael Olson, Adam Morris, Aidan Morris, and Megan and Cameron Bengough. Daughter of the late William and Cora (née Gibson) Morris; predeceased by an infant brother, Stuart, and a younger sister, Edna, in childhood. She was also predeceased by her beloved brother, William Keith Morris (June, 2008). Friends may call at the C R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel Inc. 127 Church Street, Almonte, Ont. (613)256-3313 For visiting on Tuesday, from 1 o’clock, followed by a service in the Gamble Chapel at 2:30. Internment to follow, Auld Kirk Cemetery (1923 Ramsay Concession 8, Almonte). Reception afterwards at the Royal Canadian Legion, (100 Bridge St, Almonte). Should anyone care to make a donation in memory of May, please select a charity of your choice. Condolences & tributes: www.crgamble,com

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GAMBLE, RONALD GEORGE

(Ret. Manager, Scotiabank) In hospital at Ottawa surrounded by the love of his family on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Ron Gamble of Carp, age 77 years. Beloved of Marilyn Boyd and loved father of Darl, Jeff and Colleen Albert (David). Dear brother of Beverley MacMillan (late Archie). Predeceased by his brother, Gerald. Much loved grandfather of Jessica, Melissa, Matt, Chris, Andrea, Julia & Laura. Great grandpa of Jason, Camryn and Jayden. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to his cousins at C. R. GAMBLE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL Inc. 127 Church Street, Almonte, Ontario, (613)256-3313 where friends and family may gather to share memories on Tuesday, June 12 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 PM and where a Celebration of Ron’s life will be held in the Gamble Chapel on Wednesday, June 13 at 11 AM. Reception to follow. For those who may choose to honour Ron with a memorial donation, please consider the Elisabeth Bruyére Hospital or the Canadian Cancer Society. Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com

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Campbell, Elizabeth Florence “Betty” (Gardner)

Passed away p e a c e f u l l y surrounded by her family at Groves Park Lodge, Renfrew on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at the age of 87. Beloved wife of the late Harvey Campbell. Loving mother of Sherrill (Don), Sharon (Daryl), Lynn (Myles), Carol (Joe), Jeff (Nancy) and Nikki (Kristian). Dear grandmother of Shawn (Cheryl), Andrew, Ryan (Angie), Meghan (Derrick), Lyndsey (Jon), Devin (Hailey), Madison (Elizabeth), Sherridon (Andrej), Mackenzie (Brett) and Avery. Great-Grandmother to Lexi, Carson, Draevan, Charlie, Whitney, Hartlee, Emarie, Macy, Gracie and Ainslie. Dear sister of Flora (Paul) and Sandra (Bernard), sister-in-law to Lois, Freda, Phyllis and Donny. Predeceased by her son Lorne and Grandson Nathan as well as her brother Lorne. Betty will be dearly missed by many nieces and nephews as well as many other family and friends. A special thanks to the wonderful staff at Groves Park. Visitation was held at Zohr Family Funeral Home, 22 Raglan Street South Renfrew, followed by a funeral service at St. Andrew’s United Church, Calabogie with interment at Hillcrest Cemetery. Those desiring may make donations to Groves Park Lodge Auxiliary, in memory of Betty online at www.zohrfuneralhome.com

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MORDY A. DALTON

It is with sadness we announce the passing of Dalton Mordy of the Queensline Rd. Foresters Falls, who passed away peacefully in Caressant Care Nursing Home Cobden, on Tuesday June 5, 2018 in his 96th year. Dalton Mordy beloved husband of the late Margaret Mordy nee Bowes. Dear father of Darlene (Terry Seigel), Barry (Vicky) Mordy, Debbie (Jim Wood). Also survived by 6 grandchildren Kerri (Neil), Natasha (Don), Kyle, Tracey (Joe), Melissa, Jessica and 8 great-grandchildren Madison, Sydney, Cameron, Delaney, Aidan, Wyatt, Alexander and Zachary. Friends may call at the Fraser - Morris and Heubner Funeral Home Cobden, Wednesday June 13, 2018 from 2 - 4 and 7 - 9pm. and Thursday from 9:30 until 11am. When the service will be held in the chapel at 11am. Interment Cobden Union Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy donations to Caressant Care Activity Fund would be appreciated.

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Larmour, Diane (nee McNeely)

Passed away peacefully with her family at her side in the Fairview Manor (Almonte, ON.) on January 22, 2018. Diane of Carleton Place, Ontario. Loving wife of Rolly. Daughter of the late Howard and Margaret (nee Leishman). Survived by her sister Eileen (Mel Timmons). Sister-in-law of Gord (Viv) and Darwin (Susan) Larmour, as well as Arlene (the late Bud) Wilson. Remembered by several nieces and nephews with special consideration to nephew Steve Timmons and niece Betsy Larmour for their support. Donations in memory of Diane may be made to the Almonte General Hospital Fairview Manor Foundation or the Alzheimer’s Society. Family and Friends May Visit C.R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel Inc. (127 Church St., Almonte, Ont. 613-256-3313) On Wednesday, June 20, 2018 from 10am to 12pm. Inurnment at St. Paul’s Anglican Cemetery (Almonte, ON.) and reception in the Almonte Civitan Club to follow. Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com

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ELLIOTT, Kathleen A. (nee Gagnon)

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Peacefully in the presence of her family at Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Sunday, June 3, 2018, in her 82nd year. Daughter of the late Jock and Rose Fraser. Beloved wife of the late Adrien. Proud mother of Debi (Dwight) Crozier, Dayle James, Wayne Dagenais, Charlene (Andy) Taylor, Rae Ann Dagenais and Rochelle (Max) Buxton. Doreen is cherished by her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her grandson Fraser Holmes. Dear sister of Cammie, Jack, Earl and Marg Lacroix. Predeceased by sisters Louise and Carol Ann, and brothers Don and Tom. Lovingly remembered by her many nieces, nephews and friends. Doreen will be sadly missed by her loving companion of many years, Vernon Cruise. Family received friends for a Celebration of Doreen’s Life at Trinity St. Andrew’s United Church Hall, Renfrew, on Saturday, June 9. Donations to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society or Hospice Renfrew would be appreciated by the family. A heartfelt thank you to Dr. Duggan, Dr. DiPaolo, the caring staff of Bonnechere Manor and Renfrew Victoria Hospital 2nd Floor for your guidance and kind support. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca

Peacefully at Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Sunday, June 3, 2018, in her 93rd year. Kathleen Elliott, beloved wife of the late Eric. Loving mother of Beverley Proctor (Regan), Marie Brydges (late Bobby), Jane McConeghy (Murray), Kathie Kauffeldt, James (Nicole) and Donald (Xenia). Proud grandma of Brad Proctor, Doug Wallace, Matthew Brydges, Christy Anna McConeghy, Doug Elliott, Megan Dillon, Katie Kauffeldt, James Elliott and Eric Elliott, and greatgrandma of Stephen, Brian, Emma, Robert, Makana, Christopher, Kira and Cheyenne. Dear sister of Audrey Dale. Predeceased by her siblings Jean, Rose and Russell. Kathleen will be fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. A Funeral Service was held in the Chapel at McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Munroe Ave. E., Renfrew on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 3 p.m. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery, Calabogie. In lieu of flowers, donations to Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca

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Peacefully at Hospice Renfrew on Friday June 8th, 2018, at the age of 81. Predeceased by his wife of 51 years - Shirley Ann (Coules), his parents Peter and Teresa (Cruise) and sister Eileen Parker. Dear father of Donna Fawcett (George), Nancy Dolan (Jesse Veilleux) and son Dean Kenopic (Lisa). Grandpa to Stacy, Stephanie, Hope, Travis and Elizabeth. Sadly missed by his companion of 6 years - Iverna Peplinski. As requested, a private memorial will follow cremation. In memory of Gerald, donations to Hospice Renfrew, would be much appreciated for the wonderful care and compassion provided to him and his family. Arrangements entrusted to the care of the Goulet Funeral Home, Renfrew. Online condolences/donations may be made at www.gouletfuneralhome.com

September 16, 1949-June 4, 2018 Passed away peacefully at the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital Monday June 4, 2018. Ken Ayotte of Arnprior at the age of 68. Beloved husband of the late Beverly (nee Scharfe) (2014). Dear father of Shawn, Ian, Brent, Cindy (Brent Leach), Jamie and Matthew (Dayna). Predeceased by an infant son Troy and grandson Brent Jr. Dear grandfather of Cole, Ryan, Nathan, Dominic, Jesse, Brianna and Abigail. Greatgrandfather of Addyson. Survived by siblings Shirley Lambert (Jacques), Gary (Darlene), Linda Kult (Doug), Leonard (Carmen), Sylvia (J.P. Monette) and Ronald. Predeceased by sisters Diane (late Ben) and Madelaine. Also, survived by many nieces and nephews. Best friend of Ryan Crout. Son of the late Leonard and Rita (Lamothe) Ayotte. Ken had a keen eye and made an “art” out of wheeling and dealing. He was also an avid fisherman. He will be missed by his family and friends. Arrangements by the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., 138 Daniel Street North, Arnprior. Visitation was held Friday June 8, 2018 between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Liturgy of the Word was conducted in the Boyce Chapel at 2:00 p.m. Interment Arnprior Malloch Road Cemetery. In memory of Ken, please consider a donation to the Arnprior Food Bank. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca

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Land Titles Act NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ABSOLUTE TITLE (Subsection 47(2) of the Act) RE: PIN 57218-0258 (LT) TO: ARNOLD DALE and MILLIE DALE, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns; RE: Part of Lot 20, Concession 2, Geographic Township of Ross, now Township of Whitewater Region, County of Renfrew, shown as Part 1 on a draft reference plan signed by Hugh S. Coutts O.L.S. and dated May 9, 2018. The said plan is available for inspection at the office of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 333 Bay Street, Suite 2400, Toronto, Ontario M5H 2T6. TAKE NOTICE THAT CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, herein called the Applicant, intends to apply to be registered as the owner with an absolute title based on length of possession to the above-described land. AND TAKE NOTICE THAT any person claiming to have any title to or interest in the said land or any part thereof is required on or before July 14, 2018 to file a statement of objection, which sets out the nature and extent of the interest claimed in the objection, together with all evidence, documents or legal provisions and precedents relied upon in support of the objection, directed to the Land Registrar at the address of the solicitor at the following address: FASKEN MARTINEAU DUMOULIN LLP Barristers and Solicitors 333 Bay Street, Suite 2400 Bay Adelaide Centre, P.O. Box 20 Toronto, Ontario M5H 2T6 Attention: Scott S. Ma If no such statement of objection is filed by July 14, 2018, we will proceed with the application and any interest you may claim in the subject property will be thereby extinguished and you will not be entitled to receive any further notice with respect to the proceedings. DATED at Toronto, Ontario this 14th day of June, 2018. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY by its solicitors, FASKEN MARTINEAU DUMOULIN LLP Per: Scott S. Ma

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In loving memory of a dear Husband, Father and Grandfather, Warren William Isaac Sparling who passed away June 13, 2007. Our lives go on without you, But nothing is the same, We have to hide our heartaches, When someone speaks your name. Sad are the hearts that love you, Silent are the tears that fall, living our lives without you, Is the hardest part of all. You did so many things for us, Your heart was kind and true, And when we needed someone, We could always count on you. The special years will not return, When we were all together, but with the love within our hearts, You will walk with us forever. Our loved one is with our Saviour now, Where there is perfect rest, And there is comfort in the thought, That a loving God knows best. Until we meet again, Sadly missed and cherished Wife Florence and family

St. Mark’s Anglican Cemetery in Pakenham. Annual Memorial Service Sunday June 24th, 11am. In case of rain service will be held in the church.

FARM A COMPETITIVE PRICE ON STEEL ROOFING IN STOCK - 29ga, Various colours,soffit & fascia Windows: REBAR, skylight sheets, custom trim. barn/door track & trolleys. Nails & Screws. Storage Sheds. Come see us for a price. Levi Weber, 2126 Stone Rd., RR#2 Renfrew

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For Rent: 3 bedroom house in Braeside, with home business opportunity commercial space available . Was formerly a hairdresser and convenience store / butcher shop. newly renovated kitchen and flooring. 1600 /mo all inclusive for house. First and last required plus references. 613-880-3732

Newly Renovated Room for Rent: Renfrew avail July 1st $475 / mo includes heat, hydro, water cable and phone with kitchen and Laundry privileges. Seniors and pensions welcome. Call 613-854-1073. Ask for Steven.

LOST: Men’s prescription glasses in hard case. Lost behind Aikenheads Drug Store or Renfrew Medical Group parking lot on Tuesday June 5th. If found call: 613-432-5186.

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DZ licence required. Apply in person to Steve with completed resume/application at Renfrew Home Hardware Building Centre, 555 O’Brien Rd. Successful applicant must be able to work our retail hours.

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THE COUNTY OF RENFREW EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY “Maintaining and enhancing our public works infrastructure in a safe and responsible manner.”

TRUCK / EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Cobden Patrol—Full Time Competition #18-71 Reporting to the Patrol Supervisor, the Truck/Equipment Operator provides a variety of construction, maintenance, repair and emergency response services related to County infrastructure with a focus on public safety and convenience. Qualifications: • Equivalent to high school with job related courses in the operation, maintenance and construction of roads. • One year experience in the maintenance of municipal public works infrastructure and operation of equipment, including trucks, backhoe and loader and other miscellaneous equipment. • D-Z licence mandatory. • Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently. • Demonstrated excellent safety record, ability to meet physical demands of the position. • Ability to be on call 24 hours per day combined with a flexibility in hours of work. • Successful candidate will require a current (within 6 months) Criminal Record Check and an acceptable Drivers Abstract. Compensation: $24.00—$24.79 per hour, plus comprehensive benefit package.

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Please send your resume, stating competition number 18-71 by 4:00 p.m., June 21, 2018 to: Human Resources, County of Renfrew 9 International Drive, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5 EMAIL: hrinfo@countyofrenfrew.on.ca (in MS Word or pdf format) Thank you for your interest, however, only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the selection process. Applicants must make their needs known in advance. Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

The County of Renfrew in the Ottawa Valley stretches from the outskirts of Canada’s capital, the City of Ottawa, along the shores of the historic Ottawa River to the northern tip of Algonquin Park’s wilderness in the West. The County offers diversity of cultures, recreational opportunities, and lifestyle choices.

MANAGER OF INFRASTRUCTURE The County of Renfrew is seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic people manager who possesses strong leadership, coaching, and team-building skills to lead the Infrastructure Division into the future. Under the direction of the Director of Public Works & Engineering, the Manager of Infrastructure is responsible for the management of the County of Renfrew’s Public Works infrastructure. Responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the management of the preparation of the design, tendering and construction program for the timely rehabilitation of County Public Works infrastructure using both internal and external resources in accordance with established policies, procedures and codes of practice; management of the Department’s asset management program including the development of long-range programs and business plans to address infrastructure needs. The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications: • Extensive supervisory/managerial experience. • Strong interpersonal skills and leadership ability coupled with excellent communication skills in both oral and written form. • Significant experience in the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of municipal public works infrastructure including roads, bridges, sewers and watermain at the intermediate to senior level. • Sound knowledge and understanding of relevant codes of practice and statutes relating to the operation and maintenance of municipal infrastructure. • College Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology considered an asset. • Valid Class G divers licence. In addition to a competitive salary ($91,460—$104,370 per annum) and a comprehensive benefit package, the County of Renfrew offers exemplary values, strong community spirit, a rural quality of life, well maintained infrastructure and an outdoor recreation paradise, all of which help to create a productive environment for personal growth and success. Please send your resume, stating Competition #18-72, by 4:00 p.m., June 22, 2018 to: Human Resources, County of Renfrew 9 International Drive, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5 EMAIL: hrinfo@countyofrenfrew.on.ca (in MS Word or pdf format) Thank you for your interest, however, only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the selection process. Applicants must make their needs known in advance. Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.


If you’re looking for a long and rewarding career in an amazing community with short commute to Ottawa, Reid Brothers in Arnprior has an opportunity for you. Retail sales experience, particularly car sales experience a major asset, but not required. People skills, a positive attitude, ability to work in a team environment, and a strong work ethic is all that’s needed. 44 hours per week with Saturday shifts. Email resumes to: trevor.reid@reidbros.ca Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews

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5 Ton Truck Driver: required immediately. Full-Time no special license needed local deliveries. Ottawa to Pembroke Monday - Fri day, days. Send resume to 35 Opeongo Rd Renfrew Box T.

General Labourer: required to work in gravel pit. No experience necessary, Students welcome to apply. APPLY in person 9-4 WEEKDAYS only. Nesbitt Aggregates 1766 Lochwinnoch Rd Renfrew ON 613-432-5764

Garage Sale: 588 Castleford Rd Renfrew. 7-1 Sat June 16. 1-14 Boat motor and trailer. 1 Leer truck cap, table saws and jointer. Torches, bins and plumbing, pipe cuters, tools and tool boxes. Many other items

Farm Yard Sale: SAT June 23rd 9am-12pm. Household items. 3177 Concession North Packenham.

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TOWNSHIP OF ADMASTON/BROMLEY

The Township of Admaston/Bromley will be hiring two (2) students for a ten week period beginning June 25th and ending August 31st, 2018. License and transportation will be an asset. Applications will be received until 4:00 p.m. Tuesday June 19th, 2018 For further information, please contact the Municipal Office at 613-432-2885 or e-mail agilchrist@admastonbromley.com

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Experience with Adult Medical & Surgical Care essential. I.V. Certification preferred. Competency and ability to work in Special Care Unit required. Experience in care of critically ill patients. Current competence in Cardiac Monitoring Skills. Current A.C.L.S. certification required. CNAC Certification in Medical Surgical or Critical Care Nursing preferred. Current Certification in C.P.R. at Basic Rescuer Level or equivalent required. Coronary Care/Cardiac Management Course required. Experience in Geriatric Assessment preferred. Skills in Patient Education. Ability to work independently and perform duties in the physical demands of work area. Team leadership skills an asset.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume to hr@renfrewhosp. com or Julia Boudreau, V.P. Corporate Services, Renfrew Victoria Hospital, 499 Raglan Street North, Renfrew, Ontario, K7V 1P6. Although we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. A vulnerable sector check completed within the past six months is a requirement for employment at RVH.

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Auctioneer: Jim Beere 613-326-1722

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Saturday June 23, 2018 11:00 AM sharp For the Estate of the late Wallace Owens to be held at his former farm located at 3684 Upper Dwyer Hill Rd., Kinburn, Ontario – corner of Upper Dwyer Hill Rd and the Kinburn Side Rd. The farm is sold. IH 674 2 wd tractor; IH 504 2 wd tractor – 2772 hrs; IH 300 “Utility” tractor with pipe loader; NH Hayliner 315 square baler; Allied ground driven automatic stoker; IH 10 – 16 run seed grain drill with grass seed and brome box; IH 10 pull type combine; 30’ hay elevator; IH 350 10’ hydraulic disc; IH 4500 Vibra Shank cultivator; 3 pth 6’ scraper blade; Turnco 220M-79 gravity box on HD running gear; Turnco 225-80 Gravity box on LD running gear; McCormick side rake; Triple OK 2 furrow 3 pth plow – adjustable 12-14-16; 3 pth tank sprayer; IH 990 Haybine – rubber and steel rolls-excellent condition; IH manure spreader – double beater; wagon running gear; tarp; wooden barrel; axes; grease guns; Homelite chain saw; wire; milk cans; Continental 3 pth post hole auger; stook fork; shovels; wrenches; handles; hardware; nails; jack; skil saw; B&d drill; electric grinder; fluids; Gas water pump; XT cords; 40 rod roll of page wire; funnel; push Lawn mower; small roll of page wire; Murray Ride on Mower; auger; pick; barrels; chains; scythe; shovels; used tires; wood augers; XT ladders; Grindstone; gas cans; table saw; 6 section diamond harrow; sledge hammer etc. etc. 2006 Chev ½ truck – 2 wd – short box – 55,500 k’s – auto – AM FM radio – selling safetied – subject to low reserve bid. Table and chairs; 4 pc parlor set; Oval pedestal table; trunk; Accent table; coat tree; Antique dresser; Antique Dresser with tear drop pulls. This is an excellent offering of well maintained farm machinery always stored inside and a small offering of household items. This is not a large sale so please be on time. Truck will be offered for sale at 1:00 PM. Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Refreshments Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 Estate or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident day of sale

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Scapa, a leading manufacturer of adhesive tape products is seeking a Health, Safety and Environment Manager for its Renfrew Operations. This position is responsible for directing and leading the site in all areas relative to the safety of our employees while ensuring that all provincial and federal regulations regarding Health, Safety and the Environment are met.

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TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, your imagination is very active lately, so much so that it may make it difficult to concentrate on anything else. Make an effort to get work done in spite of the distractions.

VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, you haven’t yet found your groove at work, but don’t get discouraged because it will happen. Pay attention to others around you and how they act.

CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, don’t put others off by being too serious. Learn how to let loose a little bit this week and your friends will flock to you in no time at all.

GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, others may misinterpret your enthusiasm for a carefree nature. However, you are actually busy getting the job done — even if you’re having some fun doing it.

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 Even if others think you are ambivalent, you possess a clear picture of what you want and where you are heading, Libra. Don’t let others’ misconceptions sway you.

CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 It’s possible you may misread someone’s intentions, and it could get you in a bit of hot water, Cancer. Don’t make any assumptions and apologize if you make mistakes.

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l Thursday, June 14 Father's Day Luncheon WHEN: 11:30 a.m - 1:30 p.m WHERE: Galilee Centre, 398 John Street North, Arnprior CONTACT: Galilee Centre, 613 623 4242, info@galileecentre.com, httpwww.galileecentre.com COST: $18:00 Home-style vegetable soup, apricot glazed ham, old fashioned baked beans, scalloped potatoes, mixed vegetables, rhubarb crisp with whipped cream. l Saturday, June 16 Carp Farmers' Market 2018 WHEN: 8:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m WHERE: Carp Fairgrounds, 3790 Carp Road, Carp, Arnprior CONTACT: Carp Farmers Market, 613-786-1010, info@carpfarmersmarket.ca, https://carpfarmersmarket.ca/ COST: We are the largest producerbased Farmers' Market in Eastern Ontario and are used as a model for other Ontario markets. This is our 29th Season, come on by and enjoy the Market with your family! Located at the Fair Grounds in Carp. Open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. from May to October; also anEaster Market, Christmas Markets, and our Popular Garlic Festival.

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St N., Arnprior CONTACT: Margaret Bourk, 613-623-7981, margaretbourk@cssagency.ca, http:// www.cssagency.ca COST: All individuals 50 years and over and individuals with special needs are invited to attend. Tickets must be purchased in advance at the Seniors at Home Office no later than Tuesday, June 19. Meal is Chicken Caesar Casserole with entertainment by Richard & Rita Quirt and Dorothy Coulas l Friday, June 22 Golf tournament WHEN: 1:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m WHERE: Madawaska Golf Club, 5272 Upper Dwyer Hill Road, Arnprior CONTACT: Julie Campbell, 613-623-6817, info@gacc.ca COST: N/A The 2018 Greater Arnprior Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament is at Madawaska Golf Course on Friday. Proceeds from the event will go towards a bursary for students at Arnprior District High School and for Arnprior/ McNab/Braeside students attending St. Joseph's High School in Renfrew, and other chamber

initiatives. Contact Julie Campbell at 613-623-6817 or info@gacc.ca for more. l Saturday, June 23 Strawberry Social WHEN: 1:30 p.m - 3:00 p.m WHERE: Christian Education Centre, 257 John St. North, Arnprior CONTACT: 613-6233176 COST: Admission $8 Sponsored by Grace - St. Andrew's United Church Unit 3. All men, women and children welcome - invite your friends. Bake table. l Wednesday, June 27 ABMSH Breakfast'N Learn WHEN: 8:30 a.m - 11:00 a.m WHERE: East Side Mario's, 70 Madawaska Blvd., Arnprior CONTACT: lizwall@cssagency.ca, 613-623-7981, lizwall@cssagency.ca COST: $6 pp June Breakfast N' Learn with guest speaker Tracey Liebig, BA Certified Reflexology Therapist, 8:30 a.m. greetings, 9 a.m. breakfast, 10 a.m. one-hour presentation. Tickets must be purchased by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26 at Seniors at Home, 106 McGonigal St. W. l Sunday, July 8 Goshen Cemetery Decoration Service

WHEN: 2:00 p.m - 2:30 p.m WHERE: Goshen Cemetery, 52 Canaan Rd, Renfrew, ON, Renfrew CONTACT: Susan Gillan, 1 (613) 623 5247 COST: Rev Milton Fraser will present a message to honour past friends and family. l Saturday, July 21 Arnprior Dragon Boat Festival WHEN: 12:00 a.m WHERE: Robert Simpson Park, 400 John Street North, Arnprior CONTACT: 613-623-7301, garthur@arnprior.ca, http://arnprior.ca/live/ calendar/dragonboat/ COST: Community Challenge Dragon Boat Festival, a national qualifier. Arnprior was selected by Dragon Boat Canada to help qualify some of the fastest Dragon Boat Crews in this country. join us at Robert Simpson Park, where the two rivers meet for a full day of Dragon boating races, food to die for, and the best entertainment ever. The worlds fastest growing water sport is just another reason to get outside and enjoy the local sights and attractions. l Sunday, July 29 Taste of the Valley: Herb Fest at Waba Cottage Museum WHEN: 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m WHERE: Waba Cottage Museum and Gardens, 24 Museum Rd,

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McNab-Braeside CONTACT: 613-623-5756, kblemkie@mcnabbraeside.com, http:// thehummcalendar.ca/index.php?eID=76440 COST: The 23rd annual celebration of growing and using herbs to help develop healthy lifestyles. Vendors, displays, demonstrations, music, craft, food vendors and children's activities. l Thursday, August 16 Arnprior Fair 2018 WHEN: 12:00 a.m WHERE: Arnprior Fairgrounds, 10 Galvin Street, Arnprior CONTACT: Arnprior Fair, http://new.arnpriorfair.ca/2018/01/09/arnpriorfair-2018/ COST: See web site for info 2018 Arnprior Fair Aug. 16-19. Your country fair where friends meet. Est. 1852. Visit www.arnpriorfair.ca

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