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Dog parks are expensive to build. But with dog tags, parking fees like at Burnstown beach, and user fees the revenue would be generated fairly quickly to offset costs. The municipality would then be a position to start making money. Jahn envisions three “grids”: one for large dogs, another for small ones, and a third for agility. Dog agility businesses could help fund the park in exchange for onsite advertising. At other dog parks, dog agility business owners lease the space then offer classes to clients on specific days. Whether simply a season pass for $65 to $75 per dog, or a $4 daily pass (requiring town staff’s presence to enforce) re-

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Neighbours of Clay Bank park have volunteered to work with the township to develop eco-friendly attractions at the municipally-owned property along the Madawaska River. mains undecided. BOTANICAL GARDEN

Hoddinott is championing a botanical garden at Clay Bank. She said gravel pathways could line the park (wooden board-

walks cost $70 per foot and require an environmental assessment before driving pillars in the ground). “We envision a boardwalk winding along the shoreline and back through the fields,” she said. “Those fields could contain a native-species wildflower garden to encourage bees (fast becoming an endangered species) and promote milkweed growth to encourage monarch butterflies (monarch larvae appear to feed exclusively on milkweeds).” She also sees that much of the centre field – prime farmland – could be used to grow food to support local food banks. “Many local residents have expressed willingness to provide labour, technical knowledge, time and materials to create a

multi-use park,” she said. OTHER USES

Even with space taken for a dog park and botanical garden, there remains space for the originally-intended soccer fields, maintained Hoddinott. However, she doubts council will have the money to build them even if the Arnprior McNab-Braeside Soccer Club has run out of space at Dochart Park, as has been said. An astronomical society has also expressed interest, saying there is little false light in the park at night and

stars are highly visible. Mayor Tom Peckett was impressed with the presentation, saying Hoddinott took his words to heart a few months ago when he said the park is underutilized and that every proposal will be entertained. Hoddinott said anything that will be done will likely need approvals from various bodies, including Ontario Power Generation. That means nothing will likely change for this year. Council encouraged the group to meet with parks and recreation director Geoff Patterson to discuss the feasibility of its ideas.

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The following letter was sent to Robert Wachna of Madawaska Shores Investments from the Township of McNab-Braeside on April 22. Dear Sir: Council has completed a preliminary assessment of your proposal for an RV park at

the township property known as Clay Bank Park. It was discussed that the risk vs. reward ratio for this proposal is not in the best interests of the township. Upon review of the lease and comments from staff and legal and planning advisors, council has directed that you be advised that the township is not interested in leasing the Clay Bank Park, and is, therefore, not interested in moving forward with his proposal. I have also enclosed a copy of the town-

ship’s ‘Payment of Fees and Incurred Costs’ form for your information and file. This form is required to be completed for any future proposals for development, along with a deposit to cover costs associated with the proposal. Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Lindsey A. Parkes CAO/Clerk

Town hall’s IT information release under reconsideration

Documents related to the Town of Arnprior’s computer system may not have to be released to a private citizen after all. An Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) of Ontario adjudicator has accepted a town request to reconsider the order. The decision was made public May 1, but not brought to the municipality or newspaper’s attention until after deadline for the May 7 Chronicle-Guide story ‘Town ordered to hand over some of its IT information.” The story details the municipality’s lengthy battle to retain information it deems crucial for the safety and security of its information technology (IT) department. An unnamed private citizen has gone to the IPC to ask the information be released. The town was ordered to release details on contracts dating back a decade.

It is unknown when a final decision will be made, nor whether that will include additional information to be released. CORRECTION

Also, Bill 8 (Public Sector and MPP Accountability and Transparency Act, 2014) has passed but not come into effect. That means the Ontario Ombudsman doesn’t take complaints yet. “Our office isn’t actually able to take complaints about municipalities, universities, and school boards until that happens,” said spokeswoman Ashley Bursey. “We also don’t know when that will be, because the timing is up to the government. The Chronicle-Guide regrets an confusion that may have arisen from the story in last week’s edition.

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Township presses province over energy issues Derek Dunn

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Everyone wants society to have as large a supply of energy for as cheap a price as possible, right? Get as much oil shipped from Alberta to Eastern Canada as possible; force down hydro rates and projected increases. Simple, right? Wrong. Or at least it isn’t that simple for members of McNab-Braeside council. They made two energy-related decisions during their May 5 meeting, both urging higher levels of government to pressure large companies. The first decision seemed fairly straightforward and garnered majority unanimous support. It calls upon Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and her government to “take imme-

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diate action” to prevent hydro rates from increasing by up to 42 per cent over the next five years. Along with at least two other townships, McNab-Braeside is concerned with the direction Ontario Hydro One rates are headed. However, Coun. Mark MacKenzie voted against the measure. He is aware that people across the province are holding rallies, gathering petitions and demanding politicians do something about unpredictable energy bills. He is even empathetic. But he doesn’t agree that continuing to hide the true cost of hydro is the way to go. Traditionally, he argued, hydro rates have been kept artificially low for the consumer (who doubles as a voter that provincial parties must appease). The difference is paid from the

government’s general coffers, he said. MacKenzie’s point is that society must grow more efficient with energy use. That will prolong the supply and protect the planet. With cost increases, there is motivation to retrofit buildings and even create better technologies. “The costs have to be paid for either through rates or through general taxes,” MacKenzie said. “The benefits will be lost if, for political purposes, a government keeps the real costs artificially low.” Coun. Heather Lang sided with him. Mayor Tom Peckett said he disagreed, but didn’t offer a counter argument. Deputy Mayor Brian Armsden and Coun. Scott Brum sided with Peckett, thereby winning the vote. The second decision had again to

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Renfrew County has given out major contracts for road work in McNab-Braeside. Karson Construction of West Carleton has been awarded the contract to repave River Road and McLean Drive. Karson’s bid of $748,000 was the lowest of 17.

do with lobbying Wynne, along with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and regional and federal colleagues. It called for affordable energy to help the local economy and those on fixed incomes. The planned Energy East pipeline “risks increasing the cost of natural gas and reducing the supply of competitively priced natural gas.” The motion was proposed by MacKenzie. He won unanimous support to urge political leaders commit to ensuring that: • the Energy East project preserve the current natural gas capacity of the pipeline system serving the communities of Ontario; and • that any proposal to alter the existing natural gas infrastructure is fully paid for by the users of the oil pipeline with no additional costs to

The River Road work will run from Usborne Street to Toner Road, while the repaving of McLean Drive will stretch from just east of Highway 17 to Usborne Street. Smith’s Construction (Miller Group) of Arnprior will be repaving a 5.2-kilometre section of Lochwinnoch Road in McNab-Braeside and Horton this year.

natural gas consumers in Ontario. Councillors have contradicted themselves, Peckett maintained. “That’s the opposite of what we just voted for,” he said, alluding to MacKenzie and Lang voting for higher energy costs on one issue and lower ones on a second. MacKenzie later denied the correlation, calling it apples and oranges. Hydro One will benefit from municipalities calling for artificially low prices. TransCanada will benefit from a project costing little in construction work (converting a pipeline from natural gas to oil). The latter, if successful, will also drive up the cost of natural gas which is the better environmental choice, said MacKenzie. He wants both companies paying the true costs of doing business, not living off government aid.

Smith’s had the low bid of $766,316. The four bids ranged up to almost $900,000. Smith’s Construction also won a $720,482 county contract for general asphalt patching, scratch coat paving and shoulder gravelling. In all, the County awarded road contracts tottalling more than $5 million for seven major projects around the area.

LEAVE YOUR LASTING MARK FOR CHEO’S CHILDREN & FAMILIES KATHLEEN BELIEVED IN THE GREAT LOVE OF NEW-BORN CHILDREN AND THE IMPORTANCE OF EARLY CARE TO THEIR LIVES. FOR THAT REASON HER SON ESTABLISHED THE KATHLEEN ELIZABETH AND E. NEVILLE WARD ENDOWMENT FUND FOR NURSING EDUCATION IN HER MEMORY.

For more than 40 years our community has benefited from the care and medical expertise at CHEO. While some of us have thankfully never had to use CHEO, others have for minor or sometimes more serious issues. The one commonality we all share is a great respect and appreciation for CHEO. We want it to be here for our kids, our kids’ kids and beyond that. That is what Forever CHEO is all about!

By making a planned gift to CHEO you not only help future generations of children, but you also provide some tax relief to your estate, while still providing for your family members. Here are some ways you can create your Forever CHEO legacy: make a bequest in your Will; create an endowment fund; name CHEO as the beneficiary of your RRSPs or RRIFs; or take out a life insurance policy with CHEO as the beneficiary.

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Willis College celebrates first graduating class from Arnprior Scott Campbell

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Willis College’s history spans 119 years, as it was first established in 1896. But the training college celebrated a first May 7 with its inaugural graduation ceremony in Arnprior. The college, which has campuses in Ottawa and Smith Falls, expanded to Arnprior almost two years ago. When the Arnprior campus was opened in October 2013, then Smiths Falls Mayor Dennis Staples noted that the Willis College in his town where the doors opened in 2009 made a “profound difference� in his community. In Arnprior the first class of 61 graduating students in business, technology and health care are making a difference. At the ceremony in the Nick Smith Centre, Arnprior Mayor David Reid gave the commencement speech. He said he is pleased Willis can offer residents specialized training and boost job possibilities. “Dream a little, challenge yourself and invest in your relationships, your family, friends and colleagues,� said Reid. Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant spoke how the personal support workers are special people and ‘the world will need more of you.� The information technology (IT) graduates are necessary for businesses to prosper successfully today, she added. The business administrator students are important because plenty of

behind-the-scenes people are needed to help the creators and innovators. A special guest at the graduation was 95-yearold Florence Jeffery, who has lived in Arnprior for over 60 years. Her parents both went to Willis College in the early 1900s and she is pleased that with the education received her family made its mark in Arnprior. Jeffrey’s daughter spoke on Florence’s behalf and offered a poignant speech on aging, the importance of personal support workers and how the character of the person and laughter are important part of life. Willis College president Rima Aristocrat expressed appreciation that Arnprior let the college come into the community. The graduates were called to the stage in alphabetical order, with Lauressa Adams the first on stage to receive a diploma and a parliamentary certificate presented by Gallant. Graduates Sandra Quade, Stephanie Shier, Cheryl Johnson and Tim Hansen were given awards of excellence for the highest standing in their programs – executive business administration, medical office administrator with ward clerk specialist, personal support worker and networking systems IT security professional respectively. Students Tina Fortin and Tom Weatherall spoke of their experiences with the college. The administrative staff of Sheema Wood, Sandra Gray and Lynn Russett received credit along with teachers Anne Bullen, Teresa Roberts, Gwenn Ross, Tammy Seed, Kim Stevens, Rob Wilson and Ken Wood.

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Among those celebrating with the first graduating class for Arnprior Willis College, from left, are campus manager Sheema Wood, Arnprior Mayor David Reid, college president and CEO Rima Aristocrat and Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant, and in front special guest Florence Jeffrey of Arnprior. Jeffrey, who is 95, is benefting from person support workers trained at the college. As well, she appreciates Willis College, as both her parents attended in the early 1900s

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The Recreation Committee is currently seeking individuals interested in sitting on a volunteer focus group regarding Trail development in McNab/Braeside Township. The group would meet monthly during evenings for a couple hours and discuss past, present and future for existing and potential new Trails. If you are interested in this field, perhaps have a passion for using or designing trails, we need your help! Please e-mail recreation@ mcnabbraeside.com or call 613-623-5756 ext 226 A free Zumba class will be held at the Braeside RA Centre on May 21st at 6pm featuring a qualified, certified instructor. You’ll love the chance to move to the music and have a great free total body workout! This program is currently run on a trial basis only and depending on participant levels, we are hoping to establish a permanent program in the fall. SO, Come out and give it a try! No experience necessary to get in on the fun! Call 613-623-5756 ext 226 for more information. .6%.&/ DPNFUI They’ve played for the Queen and they can play for you. Recording artists the Mudmen are playing in McNab/Braeside on June 19th. Advance tickets are only $12. For more information, call 613-623-3614

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SEALED TENDERS on forms supplied by the Township CAO/Clerk will be received in envelopes plainly marked as to contents by the Township Clerk at her office in the Township Hall, R.R. 2, 2508 Russett Drive, Arnprior, Ontario, until 1:00 P.M. local time on: 8&%/&4%": .":  For the Rehabilitation of Lochwinnoch Road from Early Road to Clifford Sideroad (Part A), and the Rehabilitation of Golf Club Road from Usborne Street for 1.3 Km north-east (Part B). Plans, Specifications and Form of Tender may be obtained at the Township Office for the sum of Twenty-five dollars ($25.00), including H.S.T., made payable to the Township of McNab/ Braeside, which will not be refunded. Tenders will be opened in public at 1:00 P.M. local time on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 in the Township Municipal Office, R.R. 2, 2508 Russett Drive, Arnprior, Ontario. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

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NOTICE OF THE PASSING OF A ZONING BY-LAW TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior passed By-law 6468-15 on the 27th day of April, 2015, under Section 34(18) of the Planning Act, 1990. AND TAKE NOTICE that any person or agency may appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board in respect of the By-law by filing with the Clerk of the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior not later than the 3rd day of June, 2015, a notice of appeal setting out the reasons for the appeal and accompanied by the prescribed fee required by the Ontario Municipal Board. The prescribed fee is $125.00 and must be made payable to the Minister of Finance. Appeal forms are available at the Town Hall during regular office hours or from the Ontario Municipal Board website at www.omb.gov.on.ca. Only individuals, corporations and public bodies may appeal a by-law to the Ontario Municipal Board. A notice of appeal may not be filed by an unincorporated association or group. However, a notice of appeal may be filed in the name of an individual who is a member of the association or the group on its behalf. No person or public body shall be added as a party to the hearing of the appeal unless, before the by-law was passed, the person or public body made oral submissions at the public meeting or written submissions to the council or, in the opinion of the Ontario Municipal Board, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party. An explanation of the purpose and effect of the By-law is attached. No key plan is provided as the proposed zoning amendment applies to the Town of Arnprior as a whole. The complete By-law is available for inspection in the Planning Office during regular office hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

&91-"/"503:/05& The Council of the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior passed the Comprehensive Zoning By-law 4990-01, which applies to the entire Town of Arnprior, on October 29, 2001. Purpose and Effect of Amendment The proposed zoning by-law amendment removes the reference to mechanical structures (ie. air conditioners, heat pumps and ventilators) from the list of architectural features in the section prescribing encroachments into required yards and establishes specific setback for these structures as follows: Structure: Air conditioners, ventilators,

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Dated at the Town of Arnprior this 14th day of May, 2015. Maureen Spratt, Clerk 105 Elgin St. West Arnprior ON K7S 0A8 Tel. (613)623-4231

2015 SPRING HYDRANT FLUSH VALVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM The Public Works Department in conjunction with the Town’s Spring Hydrant Flush program is conducting a Valve Maintenance Program. The hydrant flush will clean the distribution system by flushing any standing red water. The valve maintenance program is designed to clean and exercise the valves and by doing so will extend their life as well as determine whether the valves are operable. The work is planned for the month of May and will be completed in the shortest period of time possible. This procedure is routine but it may result in some temporary inconveniences such as poor water pressure or “red� water. Do not be alarmed. What you should know: r*GDPMPVSFEXBUFSJTEFUFDUFE QMFBTFPQFOZPVS$0-%XBUFSUBQTUPDMFBSUIFTZTUFN r5IFDPMPVSFEXBUFSJTOPUIB[BSEPVTUPIFBMUI r5IJTTJUVBUJPOJTUFNQPSBSZBOETIPVMEOPUMBTUBOZMPOHFSUIBOUXPIPVSTBUNPTU

REQUEST FOR TENDER Backhoe Loader PW-2015-07 SEALED TENDERS clearly marked as to contents will be received by the undersigned until 11:00 a.m. (local time) on Friday May 29th, 2015 at 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior, ON. Maureen Spratt, Town Clerk Town of Arnprior 105 Elgin Street West Arnprior, ON K7S 0A8 TENDER PACKAGES can be obtained from the Arnprior Town Hall located at 105 Elgin Street West, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, beginning May 14th, 2015. INQUIRIES should be directed to: Guy Bourgon, Director of Public Works Tel.: (613) 623-4231 ext. 1830 Email: gbourgon@arnprior.ca

PLEASE PICK UP AFTER YOUR PET Help us keep our community a beautiful and enjoyable place for all residents by remembering to keep your pets on a leash and please pick up after them.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Cemetery Columbaria RFP # CORP-2015-01 Submission deadline: 11:00 a.m., Thursday, May 28, 2015 The Town of Arnprior is seeking proposals from interested Proponents for the provision of Cemetery Columbaria. Documents are available on Thursday, May 7, 2015 and can be obtained electronically through the Clerk’s office at lreinhardt@arnprior. ca. Sealed proposals, clearly marked as to the contents will be received by the undersigned until 11:00 a.m (local time) on Thursday, May 28, 2015. Email or Faxed submissions are not acceptable. The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted. For more information, please visit http://arnprior.ca/ town/notices/rfpstenders/ INQUIRIES should be directed to: Maureen Spratt, Town Clerk Town of Arnprior 105 Elgin Street West Arnprior, Ontario K7S 0A8 Tel.: (613) 623-4231 ext. 1817 Email: mspratt@arnprior.ca

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING A public meeting regarding a Zoning By-law amendment to a property on William Street (at Norma Street) will take place at 6:30 pm on Monday, May 25, 2015 at the Stanley Tourangeau Fire/Police Services Centre, 67 Meehan Street, Arnprior, for the full notice please visit www.arnprior.ca/town/ notices/planning/ or call Robin Smith at 613-6234231 ext. 1827

REQUEST FOR TENDER Curb and Sidewalk Repairs PW-2015-06

SEALED TENDERS clearly marked as to contents will be received by the undersigned until 11:00 a.m. (local time) on Thursday May 21st, 2015 at 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior, ON. Maureen Spratt, Town Clerk Town of Arnprior 105 Elgin Street West Arnprior, ON K7S 0A8 TENDER PACKAGES can be obtained from the Arnprior Town Hall located at 105 Elgin Street West, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, beginning May 7th, 2015. INQUIRIES should be directed to: John Steckly, Civil Engineering Officer Tel.: (613) 623-4231 ext. 1831 Email: jsteckly@arnprior.ca

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Town is holding its first ever Dragon Boat Festival on July 25th and is in need of volunteers to assist with this event. Anyone interested in volunteering is asked to please contact Glenn Arthur at 613-6237301 or garthur@arnprior.ca .

HOLIDAY MONDAY The municipal offices will be closed Monday May 18th. Normal working hours will resume at 8:30 am on Tuesday May 19th. See page # for the waste management holiday pickup schedule changes.

For more information please contact David Armstrong, Public Works Supervisor at 613-623-4231 ext.1833

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stress to parents by waiting until the last minute to release details of the specific work action planned. ETFO president Sam Hammond targeted Sandals in the May 9 release that explains the union’s strategy. “Minister Sandals and her government have been willing partners with the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA) in making demands that would unravel a decade of progress in creating a strong education system and strong teachers,� said Hammond. “ETFO teachers are not prepared to allow increases in class sizes, have their preparation time directed by others, or be micromanaged and have their ability

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The union representing elementary teachers in Ontario’s public school system began a work-to-rule campaign Monday, but so far the action is not affecting student’s extra-curricular activities. The “incremental strike action� is targeting Ministry of Education initiatives, according to a May 8 announcement by the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (EFTO). While the teachers announced May 1 they were going to engage in a labour disruption of some sort starting May 11, they kept parents on edge until last Friday afternoon before unveiling specifics. But worries of an all-out strike were eased – at least temporarily – by word that the work action would target administrative activities and not affect student education. However, the threat of more drastic future action remains, as the ETFO stated the work-to-rule action was ‘Phase 1’ of the union’s plan to make the provincial government back off its demands. The teachers complain the government is trying to roll back gains made by teachers that would adversely affect such items as class size and preparation time. In an open letter to parents of elementary students last week, Renfrew County District School Board chairman Dave Shields and director of education Roger Clarke stressed that public elementary schools in the area will be open “as normal� this week and activities such as field trips, fun fairs, sports and extracurricular activities will continue to take place. The letter explains that the planned teacher job actions during this workto-rule are to include not performing duties related to the EQAO standard-

ized testing, not attending staff meetings, not preparing report card comments and not participating in Ministry related initiatives, to name a few. “We continue to have confidence in the professionalism of our teachers throughout the negotiation process and we value their work with students. We remain hopeful that an agreement can be reached soon,� says the letter to parents. The letter goes on to explain that contracts with teachers and other board labour groups expired at the end of August 2014. The education ministry has implemented a new twotier bargaining process with central negotiations involving key issues such as salaries and benefits and local negotiations that deal with teacher transfer procedures and how vacancies get filled. “It is at the central bargaining table where talks have broken down and the parties involved in those talks include the teacher’s union (ETFO), the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA),� explains the letter, adding that local negotiations are continuing. The board is providing updates on the board website at www.rcdsb.on.ca. Meanwhile, the threat of a walkout by public secondary school teachers also hangs over the heads of parents and students. Teachers in three school boards are already on strike in Ontario with four other boards identified as those next in line. Fortunately for Renfrew county students, they are all urban boards. Away from the bargaining table, the friction between the union and province grew after Education Minister Liz Sandals publically minimized the union’s stance, accusing the ETFO of wanting to strike for strike’s sake. She criticized the union for adding

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Second fiddle to none The first track on Kitchen Party CD by Arnprior’s Kyle Felhaver and friends is called Give Me Back My Rosin. This Saturday, May 16, everyone is encouraged to take back the rosin and reclaim their personal love of fiddle music. The fiddle has long been the heartbeat of the Ottawa Valley. Many people in Arnprior and area were raised to the sound of Don Messer’s Jubilee and Mac Beattie and the Ottawa Valley Melodiers. And thanks to a dedicated group of young local fiddlers including Kyle Felhaver, Dennis Harrington, April Verch and Teri-Lynn Mahusky, that rich tradition lives on. Ever since its early pioneer days, Renfrew County celebrations have been enlivened with the sound of jigs and reels. Finally, that music is being honoured and for brief time calmed our volatile federal political landscape in a common tip of the hat. On the evening of March 25, the House of Commons unanimously passed Senator Elizabeth Hubley’s private member’s bill, S-218, An Act respecting National

Fiddling Day. From now on, the third Saturday in May will be National Fiddling Day. Senator Hubley introduced the legislation on April 2, 2014 and on June 18, 2014 the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology heard from witnesses including fiddlers Ivan Hicks from Moncton and Calvin Vollrath (a familiar figure with Valley audiences) from Alberta, showing the broad reach of this extraordinary instrument. But the broad scope of fiddle music is not just geographic; it spans cultural boundaries as well. So this weekend, take the time to play or listen to a fiddle tune or two. Whether you’re waltzing to Reg Hill’s Maple Sugar Blues, stomping to Ashley MacIsaac’s high-energy offerings, or relaxing to the sweet Cajun fiddle on Neil Young’s 1978 hit Comes A Time, take the time to enjoy and appreciate Canadian fiddle music. In a world of division and despair, fiddle music remains a common joy that can be shared by all.

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Campbell Drive-Hwy. 417 area more dangerous at night then day To the Editor: I wonder if I am the only one that finds the intersection of Campbell Drive and Hwy 417 a danger to the public more so at night then during the day. Recently on a dark rainy night I was travelling west on 417 following a car that must have been new to the area, as while he came up to the intersection, he pulled over into the left turn lane but did not turn. As

I followed I was wondering what he was up to! Once he passed the intersection, he continued driving west but was now in the eastbound lane’s left turning lane. Again, my thought was ‘what is he doing?’ Finally, he must have realized where he was driving and got over into the proper westbound lane and continued without any problem. I did not think he was a drunk driver at

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the time, only a confused one. Prior to this incident, I too had trouble finding the westbound’s right-hand turn-off to Campbell Drive on another dark rainy night. I don’t use it often but had to that night to go

to Scheel Drive. Now they have improved it a little by having the turn-off lane with the three arrows showing that the turn was coming up soon. See STREETLIGHT, Page 9

Play brought back wonderful memories To the Editor: As the play ‘Meet Me At The Mayfair’ has ended its four-day run, I would like to congratulate Charlotte Leitch on her wonderful depiction of Arnprior life after the Second World War. I was fortunate enough to be part of her play and the positive comments from theatre-goers

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Thank you from Hospice To the Editor: Teams sporting special t-shirts showed up on Sunday, May 3 with pledges in hand to walk, run, hike and stroll, in support of Hospice Renfrew. The 2015 Hike for Hospice raised a record of over $68,800, with more coming in this week. The theme ‘It Takes a Team’ was embraced by families and friends who came in record numbers to take part in the Hike. Families and friends from across Renfrew County took part in this annual event, many hiking in memory of a loved one who had received care at the Hospice. This event could not happen without the time and energy of countless volunteers. A special thank-you to the Hike for Hospice Committee, who have been working since January to get this event organized. A special thank-you to our corporate sponsors. A very special thankyou to the Renfrew Presbyterian Church and the Town of Renfrew for allowing us to use their facilities. Jamie Cybulski of myFM did another amazing job of promoting the Hike and being our emcee at the event, thanking our participants and sharing his own Hospice story. Thanks to members of the Renfrew Pipe and Drum band who led the hikers out to start the walk. Special thanks to Leo and Susan Hall for overseeing the “Fun run for hospice’, which was new this year.

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Thanks Michelle Martin for taking all of our team pictures. Thanks to RBC staff who once again took all pledges, did all the bookkeeping and revealed our final totals. Thanks to our local OPP staff and auxiliary officers for doing a great job of traffic control. The Hospice Renfrew Baking committee made all the cookies from scratch … thank you to Connie Watchorn and Joan Skebo for setting up and organizing the refreshment table and Valerie Dick and her group of volunteers for looking after registration and tickets. A very special thanks to Dunbar Team, which again won the top donating team with over $7,000 raised. Another thank-you goes to ‘Connie’s Crew’, the family of Connie Farquharson, for sharing her special hospice story in the local papers, and for having the “youngest” member who attended the Hike. Special thanks to all who donated items and their time to help make our Hike successful, All money raised by the Hike for Hospice remains in our community to offset operational costs of the hospice and allow us to keep our care completely free of charge. The people of Renfrew County are very generous. We hope to see you all again next year.

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Why is there no street light at this intersection? If the cost is a problem, then maybe a solar type light would be beneficial. There is even a nearby pole that it could be attached to. This driver who was confused may not be the only one. With the summer approaching quickly and new people using this part of the highway, it could be confusing to people who have not travelled this area since last summer. I would think safety would be of the utmost importance to prevent accidents. Who does one contact to enquire

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to find out – McNab Township? Or the highway department? If anyone else feels that a light standard would be of help, contact me at 0000weeskelf@295.ca and I will keep a list of names or number of persons that feel the same way as I do. I may even find out how to go about getting some protection against possible motor vehicular accidents of either just cars, or cars and pedestrians. We have already had too many deaths in this area over the past few years. If anyone has any ideas and want to share as well, feel free. Sue Caillier McNab-Braeside

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Suicide brings mental health issues close to home about the connection between mental health well-being and suicide, another unfortunate cause of death for some POWs Matthew’s March 7 service at the Kelly Funeral Home in Kanata was overflowing with people, from family and friends. His parents were blown away seeing how many showed up that day. All that support and love for him was so evident, yet the question hovered over the day – why didn’t Matthew realize it when he was alive? The last time I saw Matt, was Thanksgiving 2014 at our grandmother’s house in Shawville. I was aware he had been going through some issues but on that day he was all smiles and laughs. How deeply hidden were his problems? When did they start to surface? What could have been done to prevent what happened? For the last couple years, I have reported on Do It For Daron events from hockey games to ball tournaments around Shawville which raised money for mental health. Luke Richardson’s willingness to tell his story about his daughter Daron and the fact she was lost to suicide has shifted how many of us perceive what has been

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Canadian Mental Health Association’s Mental Health Week took place May 4-10 across the country. The 64th year of the event asks Canadians to be heard, raise awareness, reduce discrimination and stigma, show support, and ultimately take action to improve mental health programs and services across Canada. Matthew Roy Campbell was my cousin. He had just turned 26 this past January 20. He committed suicide in February. I recently finished reading the book Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. The true story of Louis Zamperini is unbelievable and at times, very unsettling the experiences he endured during World War II. Zamperini’s stint as a Prisoner of War haunted him and those in the same situation for years afterwards. Many of them suffered from PostTraumatic Stress Disorder, a largely undiagnosed condition at the time affecting as well the people they came home to. By the end of the book, I felt inspired to write

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the taboo subject of mental health. Matt was roughly six months older than me. We played together a lot when we were younger when relatives gathered frequently at grandma’s. I recall playing the board game Clue with Matt and grandma. I’m not sure how old we were at the time, but Matt easily won the game. He later revealed with a grin - he had cheated. He admitted to watching us write on our sheets and guessed which cards we had in our possession from the position of our pencil. After high school we both headed to Algonquin College in Pembroke. He was there for forestry technician and I pursued business. We met up for supper a few times and went for a movie. One of the last big events we did together was going to an Ottawa Senators game (Matt was an avid fan). My parents and I had supper with his parents before heading off to the game. Sadly, the why behind suicide is hard to understand for most of us and in Matthew’s case, with so many people who cared about him, the question will always be there. That’s where the efforts to raise awareness of mental health and end the stigma comes into play as a possible preventive measure. The Arnprior and District Family Health Team (ADFHT) has a number of mental health service providers to assist people who experience mental health-related problems.

Youth can be dealing with a variety of issues including abuse, bereavement, eating disorders, low self-esteem, teen pregnancy, drug and alcohol abuse, self-mutilation, anxiety, and depression that lead to thoughts of and attempts at suicide. The Royal Ottawa has designed campaigns to encourage open conversations about mental illness, something that affects one in five people. Those who knew and loved Matthew surely think about him every day, wondering about possible signs that were missed. Wondering can only go so far. Social media was flooded with posts from his friends and a silver lining shone through to turn that wondering into action. Matt had gone back to school for the medical radiation technology program. After his death his classmates hosted a Yuk Yuk’s Comedy night in his memory. Proceeds went to the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. A friend also started a fundraising goal for donations to the Brain and Behaviour Foundation. The $250 goal was reached nearly seven times over. There were also donations to the Ottawa Hospital Foundation and the Mental Health Unit as part of his memorials. Maybe that’s the impact that will be left by Matthew. The loss of a life cut short has the potential to save so many more.

Mental health and stigma: Branding those who deserve our support

The word stigma comes from early history of man when a person who had committed an offense or was seen as displaying unacceptable behavior would be scarred on a visible part of their body. This ensured that anyone meeting them would see that they were marked and they could in turn could reject that person. Over the last several hundred years that concept of stigma has become instilled in the area of mental health, which has for many become an invisible mark, branded on a person by society and in the same manner that person faces shame and rejection. Many in the public do not have an understanding of mental illness and when a person has a mental health disorder label that person by their disorder and push them away … at a time that a person needs to feel support and belonging the most. A boy is sitting in the corner, rocking and hitting his head against the wall. A classmate whispers to a friend, “Billy is bi-polar.” The truth is that Billy is not bi-polar. He has a diagnoses of bi-polar, but that is only a small part of him. He is also smart, loves art, enjoys listening to rap, dreams of being a news broadcaster and so much more. Yet, all we see is his disorder. When a person has a broken leg, arthritis,

heart disease, cancer or so many other possible health issues, they are not defined by the illness. Their illness is something they are challenged by, but we can, first talk about their health issue openly, and secondly, easily see all the other strengths and qualities they bring to the world. Over the last several years, there has been mounting recognition for the need to have everyone become more aware of mental health, mental illness and in particular stigma. The Mental Health Commission of Canada has led this front in Canada and last year, a new ambassador emerged as Clara Hughes crossed Canada on her Beautiful Blue Bike, engaging Canadians in a discussion about mental health. The odd thing is that there are probably very few individuals in our county who are not directly affected by mental illness or are close to someone who is affected. We need to move to a day where a person with schizophrenia or fetal alcohol syndrome or is experiencing anorexia and openly state this to a friend, a teacher or an employer and not feel like they have been branded with a stigma. That day will only be possible if we all engage in a discussion, in education and awareness about mental health, and in recognizing that mental illness is not the whole person. Submitted by Renfrew County’s Mental Health Coalition.


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Searching for Moose in Jasper National Park It’s strange for me to spend spring in any place other than Ontario. But it is May and I’m in Jasper National Park to work on a Moose documentary. It’s my first time in Alberta and the beauty of the Rocky Mountains frequently overwhelms me. The crew (the producer, two cameramen, and me) is working fairly high up in the foothills of the Rockies. The weather here in the higher elevations is very different than down in the valley. Two nights ago four inches of snow fell, and it was minus 8 °C this morning. I often wear snowshoes because in the more shaded parts of the forest the snow is still knee-deep. FEW BIRDS UP HIGH

We’ve encountered relatively few birds when searching for moose, which is all day, every day. In higher elevations the trees are primarily conifers; Lodgepole Pine, Engelmann Spruce, and Subalpine Fir dominate. Many of the birds, such as Boreal Chickadees, Ruby-crowned Kinglets, and Gray Jays are also found in Ontario. But there are species such as Varied Thrushes and American

Dippers that seldom wander east of the Rockies. Dippers are particularly fascinating because their habitat is fast flowing streams and Michael Runtz these chunky, grey songNature’s Way birds walk underwater to catch their food. I have been told to carry Bear Spray and Bear Bangers (explosive cartridges that shoot from a launcher) because there are many bears in the mountains. Black Bears outnumber Grizzly Bears, but so far we’ve only seen Blacks. Park staff warned us to watch out for a split-eared Grizzly that is particularly aggressive. I do hope I encounter (admittedly from a distance) at least one Grizzly before I return. Jasper is famous for large mammals. Elk lazily wander through town, serving as living lawn mowers. White-tailed and Mule deer are

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common in lower elevations. On distant rocky slopes I have watched Mountain Goats fearlessly climb up steep rock faces. Much more obliging are Bighorn Sheep, which we’ve encountered on several occasions. The documentary I am helping with focuses on the life of a mother moose and her last year’s calf. One of the cameramen spent the past year following the pair around, acquiring remarkable footage in the process. It is now approaching birthing time, but the cameraman lost contact with them a few weeks ago. One of my jobs is to help find the pair so that the rejection of the yearling and the birth of a new calf can be filmed. This is no small task; the hills are steep and there is a lot of ground to cover. FRESH TRACKS

After finding no sign of them on my first two days, yesterday we caught a break when fresh snow allowed us to find fresh tracks, recently browsed willows, and bedding sites. Today we had no luck locating them, but we will soon be heading out to look them tonight.

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John Yakabuski is confident his Progressive Conservative party’s new leader will continue to broaden the base while increasing membership. Patrick Brown, a federal Conservative MP backbencher, won the leadership race against caucus favourite Christine Elliott. The result of the vote by party members was announced at a party convention Saturday in Toronto. Brown, at one time a longshot in the race, won with about 65 per cent of the vote. Locally, Brown, who visited the riding at least a couple of times during the leadership campaign, won the vote 66-34 in Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke. It is by connecting with the party’s traditional base in rural areas, along with inroads to ethnic communities that secured Brown the win, Yakabuski indicated. “Patrick Brown is a dynamic leader who will help us continue to build this party,� Yakabuski said. “He has made us a more broadly based party than ever before and shown different communities that we have a lot to offer.� The leadership race saw the party sign up 76,000 members, many new to the party (PC officials have pledged to top 100,000 within the next year). Much of that is thanks to Brown’s hard work. “I can’t believe there is a harder working politician in all of Canada,� Yakabuski said. “He has an amazing work ethic and command of facts.

PATRICK BROWN When he shows up at a riding, he already knows the local issues. And he listens. He’s not trapped philosophically. He listens to a range of opinions.� The Toronto-raised Brown took an interest in politics at a young age, serving as vice president on the party’s executive and two terms as president of the youth wing. Brown was first elected to Barrie City council in 2000 and re-elected in 2003 with 72 per cent of the vote. Then, in 2006, he beat an incumbent Liberal cabinet minister in the federal election to become MP for Barrie. His share of the vote increased in the next two elections. However, Brown has been labelled a far right wing politician who is prolife and anti-same sex marriage. Yakabuski comes to his defence, saying Brown clearly stated that the abortion issue will not be an issue, even though the Campaign Life Coalition

issued a press release praising his victory. “The media claims social conservatives infiltrated the PC Party and took control,â€? said national president Jim Hughes. “In fact, these people are regular folks who oppose the anti-life and anti-family agenda at Queen’s Park under Kathleen Wynne, especially her radical and inappropriate sex-ed curriculum.â€? On same-sex marriage Yakabuski deferred to Brown, but said the debate is over and the courts have decided long ago. The governing Liberals issued a scathing press release with the headline: Brown victory shows PCs more radical, divided and out-of-touch than ever. “This isn’t your father’s PC Party. It’s not the Party of Bill Davis. Patrick Brown is so out-of-touch and so right-wing that he makes Tim Hudak and Rob Ford look progressive,â€? said Liberal MPP Steven Del Duca. “Brown is so right-wing and so ineffective that Stephen Harper chose not to promote him when he’s had the chance. Even Mike Harris and the Ford Brothers think Patrick Brown was too scary for Ontario.â€? Yakabuski said the strong reaction is proof the Liberals are “very afraidâ€? of facing Brown on the campaign trail in four years. “They’ve seen what he can do in a leadership role and they are very concerned so they are going to try and frame him the way they want to see him,â€? Yakabuski said. He said the PCs are offering a positive message on three broad issues: • Transportation and infrastructure

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supported Brown or Elliott during the campaign. (As a campaign organizer he was forced to remain neutral.) But he denies any divisions will linger. “It’s natural some in the caucus will support Christine. They’ve worked with her,� he said. “But caucus doesn’t pick the leader. The thousands of members across this province chose the leader.�

Riding’s Liberal candidate a contrast to long-time MP Derek Dunn

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It was an arduous nine-month process to win the Liberal nomination, according to Jeff Lehoux, but a fine training ground for the campaign to come. Party membership in the RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke riding jumped 300 per cent during the nomination race with Danny Janke, though Lehoux didn’t offer an exact number. The riding has been solid blue conservative going back to 2001 when Cheryl Gallant was among the first Ontario Reform members elected to Parliament. Lehoux gets that it will be an uphill battle; life as a soldier doesn’t prepare anyone for party messaging. With Gallant a hardened politician, veteran of many campaigns with strong core support in the riding, how does he connect with voters? To start with, Lehoux points out how disconnected Gallant is with “regular people� in the riding. They struggle to pay bills and buy discounted produce at the grocery store while she pulls in $167,400 plus benefits. The top one per cent doesn’t have the same day-to-day worries as the average Canadian. However, when it comes to the very specific demographic of retired soldiers, Gallant can’t possibly compare to Lehoux. Not only was in the Afghanistan war, the about 10-year member of the military was badly injured there. Gallant’s gaffe about those suffering post-traumatic stress disorder needed to “overcome (the) stigma within themselves� is proof that she doesn’t get it, he said. “I don’t think she meant it malevolently,� Lehoux said. “I think she does respect soldiers. But she’s out of touch with what many of her constituents have to go through every day.� He said his first-hand knowledge of the emotional, physical, financial, and psychological toll that military

JEFF LEHOUX tours can have on military personnel will serve him well on the campaign trail in Canada’s largest base – Garrison Petawawa. He said he understands the support required to once again become contributing members of society.  Another contrast is Gallant’s southern Ontario roots compared to Lehoux’s northern Ontario experience, with the challenges faced by small and remote communities. It was the knowledge of small communities suffering under the Conservative government that drove Lehoux into politics. “I did humanitarian work all over the developing world and then one day I had the realization that, instead of just helping out in other countries, things were not going right in ours,â€? he said. “We’ve not been heading in the right direction under the Harper Conservatives.â€? He isn’t prepared to discuss campaign strategies at this early stage, but made a point of saying Ontario and other regions have suffered economically under a western-based party that has relied too much on Alberta’s oil sands for tax revenue. See LIBERALS, Page 15


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Expect delays in highway construction zone The Campbell Drive overpass at Highway 17, soon to be Highway 417, is taking shape. Work on the latest section of highway four-laning west of Arnprior is back in full swing after a winter break. Motorists travelling on the highway should expect intermittent delays and slow going as they work their way through the construction zone between Campbell and Scheel drives.

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He said the Liberals under Justin Trudeau will not be driven by ideology. In many realms the Conservatives have let partisanship dictate policy. For instance, the tax system is increasing geared in favour of the rich, while left-leaning think tanks are aggressively audited by the Canadian Revenue Agency. Lehoux doesn’t think that approach will help the country as a whole. It only breeds ill will. “Justin Trudeau represents optimism and the potential for positive change,” he said. “The Conservatives represent what Canada doesn’t need. Using terrorism as an all-encompassing threat at the expense of some citizens of a certain faith; that isn’t what it means to be Canadian.” Lehoux is quick to work his leader’s name into responses, despite media speculation that

Trudeau’s popularity is arching. Most polls put him well behind Stephen Harper on a range of attributes. He is confident that voters in Arnprior, Renfrew and neighbouring communities will remember the riding’s Liberal roots, including a long stint in the 1990s before the gun registry fiasco catapulted Gallant into the MP job. He is counting on Canadians’ long tradition of voting a party out after a few terms in power. “Typically after eight to 10 years a government hits a bit of an expiration date. They lose touch with constituents and become ideologically driven partisans,” Lehoux said. “I mean this as much for the (Jean) Chretien years as the Harper years. They weren’t speaking to the people in a way they could believe in. “I believe the people here still have their roots in the Liberal party.”

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Knight in the Maritimes raises $35,000 for ADMH equipment The third time was a charm for the third annual Knight in the Maritimes fundraiser for Arnprior Regional Health (ARH). The event presented by McEwan Homes this year built on the success of the past three years to become the most profitable dinner to date. The event, a partnership between the Knight of Columbus and ARH’s Partners in Caring, is held each spring at the St. John Chrysostom parish hall. CTV News reporter Catherine Lathem graciously acted as emcee and spoke of the importance of having the right medical equipment for the community. Auctioneer John O’Neill rose to the challenge and had attendees bidding on the live auction items. The Arnprior Knights of Columbus can take all the credit for the perfectly barbecued steaks and fantastic lobsters flown in from Nova Scotia. This year’s success can be attributed to many sponsors, including McEwan Homes, which signed on as presenting sponsor. In addition to McEwan, corporate sponsorship was also provided by Reid Broth-

ers, Tierney Stauffer LLP, RONA, Northern Credit Union, DDO Health Law, CC Partners and M. Sullivan & Sons. Corporate tables were bought by McGonigal Construction, the Brady Bunch, Coyne Mechanical, Cameron Farms, the Nicholas Family, the ARH board of directors, ARH staff, BDO Canada LLP, Scotiabank, Tim Hortons and Robertson Furniture. Through the generosity of sponsors, corporate tables, the local businesses who donated prizes and the more than 240 attendees, an impressive $35,000 was raised. The funds will be directed towards the equipment needs of the Arnprior hospital’s operating room. “Thank you to everyone for your support of Partners in Caring,” said the foundation’s Chair Lori Van Wyk. “The success of this event demonstrates that we are all committed to keeping care close to home and ensuring everyone in our community benefits from a well-equipped hospital and nursing home,” Partners in Caring issued a blanket thank you to all those who helped make the fundraiser a success.

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Hydro bills to rise across Ontario on May 1, even for off-peak tra $5.71 to the average family’s electricity bill, an increase of 4.6 per cent to the bill’s total. The large increase to on-peak times puts the ratio between cheapest time of day and most expensive at 2 to 1. “Through recent OEB consumer research, Ontarians have signalled a need for pricing that provides greater incentives to conserve,” stated the OEB in a media release. “This ratio shift was also recommended by Ontario’s environment commissioner, who called on the OEB to significantly widen the peak to off-peak price differential in his 2014 annual energy conservation report Planning to Conserve.” The price hikes mean people who shift their highest electricity use to off-peak times will still pay more than before, but not as much as if they did it during on-peak times. In May 2010, the on-peak rate was 9.9 cents/ kWh and the off-peak rate was 5.3 cents/kWh,

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There are a number of restrictions in place, but an area landowner now has the right to allow farm equipment on his property through a back entrance. The much discussed and highly controversial township gate on Mill Ridge Drive will now be open. Slightly. Enough to allow people through, primarily children who for years have played on the private property. They can go through the gate and along the township’s easement any time of year. Along with lengthening the chain enough for pedestrians to fit through, the Township of McNab-Braeside will allow landowner Terry Thomson to request the gate be opened wide enough to fit farm equipment through. Balers, harvesters, the machinery periodically used on farmland. “Mr. Thomson can get the township to open for that purpose only,” Mayor Tom Peckett said at the May 5 council meeting. R0902275076

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A neighbour who has long opposed unlocking the gate, Penny Forster, asked that the township notify nearby residents before any vehicles pass through. She also wanted it made clear that ATVs wouldn’t be allowed on the easement. Peckett said yes to both. Deputy Mayor Brian Armsden, who paid a visit to the area recently, spoke with Thomson about plans to have farm equipment come in the back way rather than through the front gate that leads across his lawn. Concerns about monster truck rallies and all night parties by ATVers on the property are unlikely when the gate will only be opened two or three times a year, he said. “I don’t see why we shouldn’t allow it. This way seems much safer,” he said. “I’ve heard about potential other uses for the gate. I just don’t see it.” After the meeting Thomson said he was pleased with the decision. “This new council is doing a really good job,” he said.

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About 28 per cent of criminal cases in McNab-Braeside last year were solved. Renfrew OPP Inspector Colin

Walter Zadow Grade 4 student Dominic Parsons takes a turn in the driver’s seat of the Arnprior Fire Department’s ladder truck at the school’s Education Week open house May 6. Firefighters were on hand to show off their truck and share fire safety tips.

Slight submitted statistics township council asked for from police. Comparative figures will be submitted with Coun. Scott Brum’s upcoming report to council. Slight’s McNabBraeside numbers reveal:

Man charged for allegedly abandoning child A 30-year-old Ottawa man faces several charges after Renfrew OPP investigated what they are calling a case of child abandonment in the area May 2. The OPP report they were dispatched to investigate a child alone on Highway 41 in the Griffith area in Greater Madawaska.

The investigation resulted in the man charged with impaired operation of a vehicle, failing/refusal to provide a breath sample, resisting a peace officer, assaulting a peace officer, mischief, failing to comply with his probation and abandoning a child. He was held in police custody for a show cause hearing.

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Fire ban continues in McNab-Braeside The McNab Braeside Fire Department has issued a temporary fire ban for the entire township that will remain in effect until further notice. An immediate ban on open air and recreational burning within the municipality has been issued due to extremely dry fine fuels on the ground and windy conditions and above average temperatures. The fire ban has been implemented to avoid possible hazardous situations that may result from outdoor burning and human error. The fire ban includes all open air

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Renfrew-Arnprior OPP responded to 153 calls for service, including nine motor vehicle collisions from April 27 to May 4. During the week, the OPP conducted five R.I.D.E but there were no criminal charges laid. The OPP also responded to three domestic and four family disputes calls.

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Leanne and Payton Gordon make their nutritious snack together.

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Mary-Lou Joyce, left, of the Arnprior Royal Bank buys a Big Mac in support of McHappy Day at the McDonalds location in Arnprior May 6. RONA’s Lori Van Wyk, chair of the Arnprior Regional Health’s Partners in Caring campaign, helps behind the counter with McDonald’s employees Sam, Sharlene, Teri, Sarah, Meggan, Lana, Helen, Tracy and Dan.

McHappy Day raises money for CHEO, Ronald McDonald House or the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO). The Arnprior location raised $2,741 and in the Upper Ottawa Valley outlets overall it was $18,857. Half the amount will go towards CHEO and half to Ronald McDonald House in Ottawa.

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It was a McHappy Day for two charities at the McDonald’s restaurant May 6. One dollar from every Big Mac, hot beverage and Happy Meal sold at the Arnprior restaurant went towards Ronald McDonald House

Arnprior Optimist Club members helped the cause, giving out coupons for 50 Happy Meals during their hour-long shift during McHappy Day. Several other community dignitaries and supporters worked with McDonald’s employees to help promote McHappy Day. Across Canada more than $4.6 million was

raised on the 22nd McHappy Day for a grand total of more than $50.8 million since the inception of the special day of support for Ronald McDonald Houses and other local children’s charities. On McHappy Day, more than 1,400 McDonald’s restaurants across Canada took

MUNICIPAL HAZARDOUS WASTE DEPOT 4686 Wolf Grove Road, Middleville

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For all residents of Lanark Highlands & Tay Valley Townships. No drop-off or tipping fees apply. The MHWD accepts household hazardous waste during all regular Middleville waste site hours. Commercial, farm, & industrial wastes are not accepted. When you bring your leftover materials and containers to the MHWD, we make sure they’re reused or recycled into new materials such as recycled paint, antifreeze and plastic. When we can’t reuse or recycle what we collect, our contractor handles safe disposal in a way that minimizes environmental impact. For a complete listing of materials accepted and waste site hours consult the website at www.lanarkhighlands.ca/Services/PublicWorks, check the Highland Voice, or call the Lanark Highlands Township office at 613-259-2398 Ext. 249

THANK YOU FOR HELPING US KEEP HAZARDOUS MARTERIALS OUT OF THE LANDFILLS 24 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide - Thursday, May 14, 2015

COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE Committee of the Whole Tuesday, May 26th at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 16th at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 30th at 6:00 p.m. Council immediately following


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The Arnprior Fish and Game Conservation Club held its annual clean-up evening on the grounds around the clubhouse in Bell Park May 6. Members collected a large pile of refuse consisting of the remains of clandestine tipping of household waste including bottles, cans, clothing and plastic packaging at the scenic park where the Madawaska and Ottawa rivers meet. The club holds meetings on the fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the clubhouse.

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Local active transportation champions and the County of Renfrew are working together to host the second annual Eastern Ontario Active Transportation Summit on May 29. The event will bring together planners, politicians, municipalities, recreation, education, health organizations, businesses andâ&#x20AC;Żthe public together to promote the community benefits of cycling, walking, paddling and other non-motorized modes of recreation and transportation. The summit will increase knowledge and understanding of the connections between active transportation and economic development, health, well-being, community development, environment and tourism. Participants will highlight and learn from successâ&#x20AC;Żstories in Renfrew County and elsewhere in Eastern Ontario. The gathering will take place in Pembroke at Carefor on May 29. The event is a follow-up to the Active Transportation Summit that took place last year in Almonte. Advocates and municipal planners from throughout eastern Ontario are attending to build on existing work, compare notes, share best practices and learn from one another. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The purpose of the day is to bring together municipal leaders and planners from a number of jurisdictions, along with organizations interested in quality of life, health, safety, and active community members,â&#x20AC;? explained Shawna

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Slo-pitch series begins in McNab Scott Campbell

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Eight teams took to the McNab Centre Park ball diamonds May 2 as part of the first in the Valley Triple Threat Slow Pitch series. Organizer Steve Madaire said the daylong event saw teams from places such as Petawawa, Smith Falls and Renfrew play two round-robin games, followed by quarter-final, semi-final and final action. The series continues with the second annual co-ed May Madness tournament this Saturday, May 16 at the McNab diamonds. That will be followed by the Classic, an all wood bat tournament on July 9, the co-ed Prior Showdown on Aug. 1 and the Men’s Bases Loaded tournament on Aug. 29. Madaire explained that in each of the five events of the series the teams accuSCOTT CAMPBELL/METROLAND mulate points and one to get the most is Jordan Gilmore of the Bars All-Stars waits for proclaimed champion. the pitch to be made from the Expos pitcher.

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Leaf & Yard waste includes leaves, plant clippings, and branches less than 1.5 inches in diameter. Leaf & Yard waste must be stored in paper bags, re-usable container (NO lids), or tied with biodegradable twine. Leaf & Yard waste must be placed at the curbside by 7:30 a.m. on the day of collection. Collection may occur over several days; however, residents must place Leaf & Yard waste at the curbside by Wednesday, May 20th We encourage you to leave grass clippings on your lawn. Grasscycling can provide 20 to 25% or more of a lawn’s yearly nitrogen requirements! Brush (wood chips or branches with diameter greater than 1.5 inches) WILL NOT be picked up as part of the Leaf & Yard waste curbside collection. Brush is accepted at the Landfill and tipping fees apply. For more info please contact: Deanna Streifel, 613-623-4231 x. 1832 | dstreifel@arnprior.ca www.arnprior.ca Space provided through a partnership between industry and Ontario municipalities to support waste diversion programs.

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Australian bronc rider Ben Maytom will be one of several international competitors at the Arnprior Stampede June 13-14.

One of Australia’s top rodeo bronc riders is coming to Arnprior for the Arnprior Stampede. Ben Maytom from New South Wales Australia is one of several out-of-country performers giving the rodeo an international flavor, says Stampede director Glen Howard. Howard is promoting the rodeo for the Arnprior Agricultural Society, which is bringing the event to Arnprior for the first time on the June 13-14 weekend. Maytom had a highly successful year in 2014, winning many awards in both Australia and Canada. He was the ABCRA Southern zone saddlebronc rookie of the year, Wildtime finals saddlebronc champion, Super Kicker saddlebronc year end  leader, Canada Cup saddle bronc qualifier, Canada Cup saddle bronc short round, St. Tite rodeo saddle bronc short round qualifier, ABCRA runner up year end saddlebronc

rookie, ABCRA Australian rodeo finals saddlebronc qualifier, IPRA saddlebronc rookie of the year and IPRA international finals saddlebronc qualifier (third) The 23-year-old Maytom is from Stroud, a small town in New South Wales. He started saddlebronc riding in 2011, but it wasn’t until 2014 that he travelled to Canada and the United States to pursue his dream of rodeo. His hobbies include fattening cattle, campdrafting, breaking and training horses and dogs, and breeding horses. He has returned to Canada and the U.S. again this year to attempt to qualify for the International Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City. He’s travelling with Luke Morgan and Harry King, also bronc riders from Australia. They plan on competing in between 70 and 80 rodeos this summer across Ontario, Quebec and the U.S., including the Arnprior Stampede.  For more details about the Arnprior Stampede, visit www.arnpriorstampede.com.


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Wins continue for ADHS teams The Arnprior District High School senior boys and girls soccer teams improved their records to 4-0 last week with identical wins over two Renfrew rivals. Both played St. Joseph’s Catholic High School on May 4. The teams faced a challenge May 4, but both the boys and girls came out on top over St. Joseph’s by the exact same score of 1-0. Ryan Massoud and Sarah Couture were the lone scorers. The teams met up with Renfrew Collegiate Institute on May 7 and coincidentally, it was the

same result again the ADHS teams. They were both won 5-1. Sydney Moore, Cassie King, Jaclyn Gillan, Lauren Hassaud and Claire Caldwell were the scorers for the girls. For the boys, twinkling the twine were Ryan Massoud with two goals and Liam Mayhew, Evan Shriver and John Young with one each. The teams travelled to Pembroke Tuesday (after press deadline) to play a day-long tournament. Championship day for both teams is Thursday, May 21, also at Pembroke’s Riverside Park.

Figure skaters to collect e-waste Need to get old electronics and televisions out of your basement, back room or garage? The Arnprior Figure Skating Club is hosting a free electronic and gently used clothing dropoff depot at the Nick Smith Centre parking lot over three days on the May 22-24 weekend. The public can drive up and drop off electronic waste on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. and Sat-

urday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. For a full list of what can be recycled visit RecycleYourElectronics.ca. All proceeds raised by the e-waste depot will go to the figure skating club. The clothing donations are in aid of the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy. For more details, call 613-622-0133. MARGARET McCOMBE/ SUBMITTED

Encouraging the public to drop off electronic waste at a depot to be set up by the Arnprior Figure Skating Club May 22-24 at the Nick Smith Centre are club members, from left, Peyton Greening, Hannah Habecker, Brianna Potter, Sadie Tanguay and Katie Cox.

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Arnprior Redmen in action against RCI in a 5-1 win on their home pitch May 7.

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Grade 4 to 8 students at McNab Public School held their track and meet on a summer-like day on May 6. The students participated in everything from the 100-m run to the long jump. Above, right, racing to the finish line are Hanna Lesway, Taylor Andrews, Paige Landriault. Above, Max Hemsley, competes in the long jump, while at right from left are runners Teagan Strelow, Hannah Wannamaker, Sophia Brisebois, Kylar Hartwick and Rachel Headrick. The school will host the area elementary invitational track meet May 20.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;All of sudden we had two goaltenders get hurt and we had an incredible run. Andrew Hammond came in and played great. I guess if I said if I predicted that (Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d say) no. I thought we were a playoff team and then we became a playoff team but in a very different fashion than what was ever suggested.â&#x20AC;? MODEST BEGINNINGS

The Senators surprise lateseason rise to becoming a contender this year could be said to mirror Murrayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rise to one of the NHLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best-known hockey minds. Bryan is one of 10 children of Clarence and Rhoda Murray. He has great memories of growing up on a farm just outside of Shawville. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We did rafting and getting turtles â&#x20AC;Ś running through the woods to get to Green Lake to swim, and lots of partridge

at that time â&#x20AC;Ś we never had a gun but we chased them around anyway. Lots of things young people should experience at some point in their life; unfortunately today it is not quite the same.â&#x20AC;? Murray also had time to play lots of pond hockey on the farm, both before and after school. If any of the Murray boys wanted to play hockey in town at the arena - they had to walk. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nobody ever drove anybody,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So you put the skates and equipment bag over your shoulder, you walked in and after the game you played, you walked out. We didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t expect otherwise.â&#x20AC;? Indoor hockey was not very common for Murray, until he was about 14 or 15 years old. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really organized minor hockey. We had teams, played Bristol, Radford. Once in a while we get a game in Ottawa and that was a big moment in our lives.â&#x20AC;? Despite his love for hockey, Murray enjoyed another sport even more. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My favorite and probably my best sport, was baseball. I was a baseball pitcher. I was a pretty good

hockey player, but if I would have been an American, probably would have a chance to play more baseball.â&#x20AC;? Although he played for the Smith Falls Bears in junior hockey and had a couple of tryouts with Guelph of the Ontario Hockey League, Murray left hockey to become a teacher and then part owner of a sporting goods store and a hotel/tavern in Shawville. The pull of hockey remained, and Murray had coaching stints with the Rockland Nationals and the Pembroke Lumber Kings in the Canadian Junior Hockey League. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Out of the blue I got a call from Regina to be interviewed for the (WHL) Regina Pats job. I thought I owed it to myself to at least interview,â&#x20AC;? said Murray. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I did that and they offered me the job and I said to Geri (his wife), Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll just go for one year and try full-time and see how it goes. I left them to run the hotel and (Regina) of course won the championship (in the 1979-80 season).â&#x20AC;? That led him on a path that ended up in the NHL. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I guess one year turned into a lot of years later,â&#x20AC;? he

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Murray came back to Ottawa to coach the Senators in 2004. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was home,â&#x20AC;? said Murray. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My plan was to coach three years in Ottawa and retire â&#x20AC;Ś that was going to be the end of it. Mom and dad were still around and family was here. I thought it was a perfect place to ďŹ nish up. â&#x20AC;&#x153;After three years, we went to the Cup ďŹ nal in 2007 and again (I was offered) by the owner to take over and become the GM and here I am still working.â&#x20AC;? Despite being the Senators GM, the coach in him has never really disappeared. He still works on line combinations, match-ups and makes notes every game on what he thinks should happen and not happen. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I never tell the coach who to play or how to play them. I do suggest things to them to do on the ice better or maybe what I like about a certain player versus another player,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But I think keeping tabs on whatĘźs going on where players performances is concerned, or individual performance versus the team play overall, thatĘźs part of my obligation too.â&#x20AC;? ADVICE FOR PARENTS

SHARING THE CANCER MESSAGE

he said. Murray plans to work with the OGI to help get their message out because they do about 20 or more colonoscopies a day. The cancer diagnosis has required Murray to make adjustments to his working life â&#x20AC;&#x201C; this past season he didnĘźt travel with the Ottawa Senators as much as he usually did. SENS CHANGES LIKELY

Yet, he is not ready to step away either from the game just yet. HeĘźs already looking ahead to the summer months where there will be necessary tweaks to the team, despite the remarkable run into the playoffs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have ďŹ ve free agents to sign,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have to make a couple adjustments I think in our line-up. Hopefully we will be able to acquire maybe one more experienced player that would help us (but) that is obviously is difďŹ cult to do. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think we have some assets that some teams might like and if we could work it the right way we might do it (add a talented veteran),â&#x20AC;? he added. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Beyond that, I told the players, each and every one of them, to have a great summer. Work out and make sure you are stronger because of the youth of our group. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the summer is going to be critical that some of them get better, stronger. When they come back, the experience of this past year should be really beneďŹ cial.â&#x20AC;?

Murray continues to devote himself to the Senators despite a ďŹ ght with cancer. He made waves last November when in a TSN interview he publicly disclosed he was battling the disease. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was hard on my family,â&#x20AC;? said Murray. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They didnĘźt want to hear after the fact that every time there was an article written saying it was terminal cancer, I didnĘźt have a long life expectancy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But I thought it was really important to share that I missed the boat on the colonoscopies. I did everything else. I did all the medicals every year, but that. Is Proud to â&#x20AC;&#x153;When I talked to the doctors, they told me very clearAnnounce ly if I had a colonoscopy, I wouldnĘźt have had a problem. I thought it was important to as me to share that. Geri (wife), Brittany and Heide (daughters) all kind of agreed after the fact.â&#x20AC;? #ARRIEROFTHE-ONTH He says the response to the AG002 message has been outstanding. It has been reaching well beyond the Ottawa area and into other NHL hockey cities. PJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is proud to offer People have called Murray to say thanks because in Jill a gift card for heeding his advice they have all her dedicated work caught cancer early while still treatable. He has received messages from wives saying he has saved their husbandsĘź Thank you for bringing us our Arnprior Chronicle-Guide lives. Let us Deliver to you! When he went to a new Ottawa Gastrointestinal Institute (OGI) clinic in Ottawa to get a check-up, â&#x20AC;&#x153;the doctor told me the day I was on TSN 150 PJSRESTAURANTCAs-ADAWASKA"LVD men called for appointment,â&#x20AC;?

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Murray has some advice for local players and their parents. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you are from a small town and even if you are going be an NHL player, until you are 14 years of age, you should be playing in your home town with your own friends,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Having the memories â&#x20AC;Ś and the teambuilding that goes with that,â&#x20AC;? said Murray. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When you are 14, if you ďŹ gure and your parents ďŹ gure, youĘźre a star and you have a chance to go to the city to play AAA, thatĘźs ok.â&#x20AC;? Murray has received calls about young players, one about a 12-year-old boy from Pembroke who was given the chance to play in Ottawa AAA. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Why would you do that?â&#x20AC;? said Murray. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Drive an hour each way, four times a week and go to tournaments on weekend. Is he going to be an NHL player at 12 years of age? Not likely. Give him a couple more years. ThereĘźs always been good minor hockey in the Valley, let them play there.â&#x20AC;? Murray said he talked to his niece Teena. who is at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The basketball girls down there canĘźt play any other sport,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All they do is play basketball year round. We played football, baseball, badminton, we did all the sports.â&#x20AC;? Murray notes things have changed a great deal since he was a child when it comes to youth sports. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The elite kids are really getting better, no question. They are better skilled, they learn more. They know more and theyĘźve been everywhere. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So when they get older, they are worldly there is no question and they are better,

there is no doubt. I donĘźt know if they are more fulďŹ lled than we are. I think they miss out by not playing other sports, meeting other people and being around their friends more. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really think when you become an adult, those memories and those experiences they went through and the discipline they went through is very important. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Back in my day, my dad and mom couldnĘźt afford to come and watch us play because they had to work. They had to raise a family. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They couldnĘźt take time off work to come see us play minor hockey or otherwise. We played at night in senior hockey in Shawville or junior hockey in Smith Falls ... dad came the odd time but thatĘźs all. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Today parents are at every game. A lot of teams go to tournaments, they take Fridays off school. The parents go and they play. â&#x20AC;&#x153;ItĘźs a different world totally. So itĘźs hard to compare, whatĘźs right or wrong.â&#x20AC;?

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Mary finds out barrels have countless uses Why we got so many barrels from Scott and Sons Hardware in Renfrew was a mystery to me. It seemed to me they were used in the store for other purposes before we got them. I would see barrels of nails, pieces of harness, and countless other things stored in them in the big store. And Father would pick one up regularly. And they too served a host of uses. We salted down pork and sauerkraut in the Fall, and Father always had several lined up in the drive shed where they held everything from wire lengths, to pieces of harness and scraps of wood. And, of course, there were always barrels at each corner of the house to catch the rainwater, which Mother used for Monday’s washings and for our Saturday night baths. And then there was the day Fa-

ther came home from Renfrew with a spanking new barrel from Scott’s Hardware. He told no one in particular, as he unloaded it off the wagon, that it was the sturdiest barrel he had seen in a long time ... well worth the 50 cents he had to pay for it. He set it behind the drive shed, ready for whatever use he had planned for it. Tapping it with the palm of his hand, as if it was a young filly he had just gained in a trade, he said again, “yup, well worth the 50 cents.” Ronny eyed the barrel and went over to bend towards the inside of it. The young cousins had arrived from Montreal earlier for their usual summer stay, and time on our hands was starting to take its toll on the mischievous lad who could never seem to keep out of trouble. He slid to the end of the drive shed like a fox going into the hen house, and saw that Father had gone on to

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other chores. I knew without asking that he was planning something. He had that look about him that he always got when his mind was churning. He asked his much younger brother Terry to come and stand beside the barrel. Terry did exactly as he was told. His golden curls came just to the rim. “Perfect,” Ronny beamed. “Give me a hand, Mary,” he ordered. “I will do nothing of the sort, Ronny Lapointe,” I said. “Whatever you have in mind, forget it this instant. Father just bought that barrel and he’ll kill us if anything happens to it.” Ronny said I was scared of my own shadow, and besides what he was planning wasn’t going to hurt the barrel one bit. He started to roll the barrel away

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from the drive shed. He had a dickens of a time trying to keep it rolling straight. Terry, of course, usually ignored by his older brother was right there putting his little hands on the barrel as if Ronny couldn’t roll it without him. He was heading for the gully that led to the creek. I had no idea what he had in mind, but I knew perfectly well, with his mind, it was some dastardly trick that we would pay dearly for later. You would have thought I had learned my lesson from previous antics, and simply walked away. Hadn’t experience taught me that every time Ronny got into trouble I got into trouble too? The barrel was gathering speed, as it wobbled from side to side down into the gully, with Ronny in hot pursuit. I was sure he was going to try to float it on the Bonnechere. But he headed right for the West Hill with little Terry trying to keep up to him. It was a hard push, and by the time we reached the top of the hill, the perspiration was pouring off Ronny’s face. He was chewing us out for not helping him push the barrel. I still had no idea what he was up to. But I didn’t have to wait long. He got down on one knee and looked over the top of the barrel down the hill. He told Terry, who was too young to know any better, to crawl in the barrel that he had a real treat in store

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for him. Terry, who thought a treat meant candy or ice cream, did exactly what he was told. And then the picture of what Ronny had in mind unfolded right before my eyes. He was going to send Terry careening down the West Hill in Father’s brand new 50-cent barrel! Terry crawled in head first, and Ronny told him to put his knees under his chin. He was tiny enough to do it. And then Ronny gave the barrel a mighty shove and it went careening down the hill. There wasn’t a murmur from the barrel and I was sure wee Terry had died of fright. But the worst was yet to come. The barrel was not going in a straight line, but it was traveling like a speeding bullet. I yelled that if it hit the Bonnecherre Terry would drown. But it was heading right for the big maple tree and there was nothing to save it from the crash that followed. It split into a million pieces and Terry lay there as if he was dead. We tore down the hill and Ronny said the barrel did exactly what he thought it would do, but that he was a little off on his figuring. He said he figured it should have missed the tree. Terry crawled off the mess of splintered barrel staves, and it looked like he didn’t have a scratch on him. It was a long time since I saw Father so mad; he was swearing in German, chewing on his pipe and making a grab for Ronny. There was no saving the 50-cent barrel. It would join the kindling in the wood box in the summer kitchen. Since I had nothing to do with the caper, I thought it was mighty unjust that I was punished along with Ronny for just being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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The Mills Community Support Corporation, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, offers several health and wellness programs for seniors in Pakenham and Almonte. • Low impact Zumba: to June 23 from 6 to 6:45 p.m. at Pakenham Anglican Church (16 Jessie St.). • Tai Chi: to June 16 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Almonte Civitan Club. • Line dancing: to June 10 from 4 to 5:15 p.m. at Almonte Old Town Hall (14 Bridge St.) in the multi-purpose room upstairs. • Strength and balance chair exercise: This is a once weekly program

and continues on an ongoing basis from 2 to 3 p.m. Classes take place in the Mills Community Support board room (67 Industrial Dr. in Almonte). • Keeping your Mind in Shape: to June 3 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Mills Community Support board room. • Falls prevention: to July 8 (Wednesdays and Fridays) from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the 5 Arches building (178 Five Arches Dr. in Pakenham). For more information on any of these programs, call 613-256-1031 or email info@themills.ca.


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Reid Bros raised $3,000 for charity with another test drive for a cause event at their dealership on May 8 and 9. Trevor Reid explained that General Motors has a program that sets aside a time for people to test drive any of its vehicle for charity with no obligation. A donation for each test drive will go to-

wards a local cause in the driverʼs name. The amount is usually $25, but the Arnprior dealership bumped it up to $30 this time. The Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home Care Coach was the latest recipient of the fundraiser. On Saturday, the Arnprior Lions ran a barbecue in conjunction with the test drive fundraiser. The last time the dealership held

the test drive event, the beneficiary was Arnprior Minor Hockey. Reid had a goal of raising $3,000 on 100 test drives, which was accomplished. The event got off to a slow start with only 16 test drives on Friday, but there were 84 done on a busy Saturday. “Iʼm very happy with how it went,” said Reid. “I slept well on Saturday,” he quipped.

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The recipient of the first ‘Behind the Scenes Award’ for volunteers and supporters of Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home is Ken DeLuca who maintains and designs the agency’s website. Seniors at Home executive director Dennis Harrington presents DeLuca with a gift certificate from Danny Mac’s and a Seniors at Home 35th anniversary mug and tote bag.

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There were bargains galore at AJ. Charbonneau’s second annual rummage sale.

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The Parent Council at Arnprior’s AJ Charbonneau School held it second annual rummage sale on May 2. “We are raising money for new gym and sports equipment,” explained Melinda Borsato of the parent council, deeming the event a success. “We had more donations and more people than last year.”

There were also artisan vendors who rented space. Parent council chair Janice Delisle said Arnprior firefighters along with Sparky the fire safety dog were on the school grounds for the students. Tina Carr of Crazy Beautiful Nails and Piercing in the mall donated her time to provide face painting and temporary tattoos. There were plenty of prizes and supplies were donated by local businesses.

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The Katrina Lyman memorial fundraising craft and bake sale was held Saturday at the Arnprior Mall, with proceeds of the sale going to two high school scholarships in memory of Katrina, a former Arnprior District High School student who was killed in a traffic collision. In front, Macie Lee Smith holds a photograph of Katrina. From left are Veronica Schneider, Ev Kaerbye, Katrina’s mom Samantha and Charlene Little.

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Arnprior residents Carol McGrath and her two great-nieces, Becky Labrecque and her younger sister Melissa, had a “great encounter” with award-winning singer/songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie Saturday night after she performed at the Neat Café in Burnstown. The show was part of Sainte-Marie’s ‘Power In The Blood’ Tour to promote her new album of the same name, the 20th in her discography. “I always wanted to see her,” said Labrecque who just finished her first year in Aboriginal Studies at Algonquin College in Ottawa. She gave Sainte-Marie a traditional gift, a braid of sweetgrass. Sainte-Marie, apart from her musical career which included an Oscar for her song Up Where We Belong, and her well-known TV appearances on Sesame Street, has degrees in Oriental Philosophy, teaching and a PhD in Fine Arts. As a fellow painter, young Melissa, in this year’s graduating Grade 8 class at Walter Zadow Public School in Arnprior, presented Sainte-Marie with photograph copies of several of her recent paintings. “I wanted to see her because she’s awesome,” said Melissa “She’s done so much for First Nations people. She’s been an inspiration.”

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Alcoholica will play in Arnprior this Friday, May 15.

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L’Arche gang given monster truck rides Several members of L’Arche Arnprior were the recipients of an act of kindness on Saturday, May 2 when McNab-Braeside residents Terry Thompson and Joyce Rombouts donated time, gas and a “fabulous” 11-foot-tall monster truck called the Soul Collector to give rides. Thomson bought the truck about 15 years ago in Pennsylvania and said he doesn’t have many chances to take it out. The truck can hold about 11 people. The tires themselves can cost about $5,000. He has shown the truck at Capital City Speedway and Saunders Farm. He also called up the Make-A-Wish Foundation and placed on a list for any kid who might have the wish to ride in a monster truck. To say dreams came true May 2 for some L’Arche residents is an understatement. “Thanks, Terry.”

Hospice Renfrew Thanks You 2015 Hike for Hospice Renfrew raises a record $70,000!

Networking Night

5 Reasons why you should network

Bring your business cards & get ready to network!

Members & Non-Members Welcome Tuesday June 2nd Networking starts at 6 pm Business introductions at 6:30 pm Eastside Marios - 70 Madawaska Blvd. Cash Bar Please RSVP by May 26th to Cheryl at 613-623-6817

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The theme “IT TAKES A TEAM” was embraced by families and friends who came in record numbers to take part in the Hike. Families and friends from across Renfrew County took part in this annual event, many hiking in memory of a loved one who had received care at the Hospice. This event could not happen without the time and energy of countless volunteers. A special thank-you to the Hike for Hospice Committee, who have been working since January to get this event organized. A special thank-you to our corporate sponsors, especially myFM and Mulvihills Drug Mart for taking the lead in supporting this major fundraising event. A very special thank-you to the Renfrew Presbyterian Church and the Town of Renfrew for allowing us to use their facilities. Jamie Cybulski of myFM did another amazing job of promoting the Hike and being our MC at the event, thanking our participants and sharing his own Hospice story. Thanks to members of the Renfrew Pipe and Drum band who led the Hikers out to start the walk! Special thanks to Leo and Susan Hall for overseeing the “FUN RUN FOR HOSPICE” which was new this year. Thanks Michelle Martin for taking all of our team pictures. Thanks to RBC Staff who once again, took all pledges, did all the book-keeping and revealed our final totals. Thanks to our local OPP staff and auxiliary officers for doing a great job of traffic control.

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The Metallica tribute band, Alcoholica, is returning to Arnprior for a concert this Friday, May 15. Alcoholica will play the John St. Pub in downtown Arnprior sometime after 9 p.m. Alcoholica has shared the stage with multi-platinum selling artists including Limp Bizkit, Bad Religion, The Offspring, Anti-Flag, Pennywise, Good Charlotte and Three Days Grace. The band prides itself in the maintaining the intensity and the magic of Metallicaʼs songs. In 2004, Alcoholica met with members of Metallica in Montreal where they say James Hetfield thanked them “for keeping the spirit alive.” The $15 tickets for the Arnprior show are available online at eventbrite.ca or at Steve and Denniʼs Restaurant.

The Hospice Renfrew Baking committee made all the cookies from scratch…thank-you to Connie Watchorn and Joan Skebo for setting up and organizing the refreshment table and Valerie Dick and her group of volunteers for looking after registration and tickets. Thanks to Al Utronki’s for donating a 51” LED TV and Rocky Mountain for donating a team prize. A very special thanks to Dunbar Team who again won the top donating team with over $7,000 raised. Another thank-you goes to “Connie’s Crew”, the family of Connie Farquharson, for sharing her special Hospice story in the local papers, and for having the “youngest” member who attended the Hike Special thanks to all who donated items and their time to help make our Hike successful, including Brian Stokes, Renfrew Agricultural Society, Town of Renfrew Parks and Recreation, Rays Flowers, Ultimate Fitness, Colleens Closet, Jamie Bond, Dagenais Construction, Student Volunteers, Hospice Renfrew Volunteers, No Frills Renfrew, Rob Dougherty, and Andrew Evans Dominion Lending. All money raised by the Hike for Hospice remains in our community to offset operational costs of the Hospice and allow us to keep our care completely free of charge. The people of Renfrew County are very generous! We hope to see you all again next year! HIKE FOR HOSPICE COMMITTEE-HOSPICE RENFREW

Sponsors: Platinum: MyFM, Mulvihills Drug Mart Gold: Royal Bank of Canada, Ontario Power Generation, Wilson Investments, Dr. Stephanie Langlois, Pilon Family Funeral Home, M. Sullivan and Son, Dunbar Petroleum, Al Utronki Silver: Metroland Media (Renfrew Mercury/Arnprior Chronicle Guide), Renfrew Metro, Township of Greater Madawaska, TF Custom Signs & Graphics, Central Stone of Douglas Ltd. Bronze: Town of Renfrew, Arnprior Ottawa Auto Parts, Malcolm, Deavitt & Binhammer Funeral Home, Ottawa Valley Oxygen Ltd., Township of Admaston Bromley, Tubmans Funeral Home Carp, Pembroke Kinette Club, Karson Kartage, McDonalds Restaurant, Praxair – Medigas, Grant A. Crozier Excavating Ltd. Arnprior Chronicle-Guide - Thursday, May 14, 2015 49


Valley Concert Band set for season-ending concert Volunteer band to request donations for first time in history

Most of the 35 volunteer members own and maintain their instruments. But some are owned by the band. Of those, a 20-year-old drum kit has never had its heads replaced; a tuba needs about $1,500 worth of work; stands and other equipment needs replacing. An internal raffle last winter raised some money, but Estabrooks wonʼt press members – many of whom travel from West Carleton, Renfrew, Carleton Place, Stittsville, Pembroke, even as far away as Orleans – to contribute much beyond time and gas money.

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The Valley Concert Band presents ʻA Fundraising Concertʼ on Thursday, May 21 at the beautiful Emmanuel Anglican Church, 287 Harrington St., Arnprior. Doors open at 7, music starts at 7:30 p.m. A freewill donation at the door will be appreciated. DEREK DUNN/METROLAND It promises an evening of wonderful music only a 35Curt Eaton plays the tuba during a recent concert in Arnprior. The Valley member concert band can provide.

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It will be a first for the Valley Concert Band at its annual end-of-season concert: a “freewill donation” request at the door. After almost three decades of entertaining and raising funds for many worthy causes, the band finds itself falling behind in sheet music and instrument repairs. The hope is to generate some money at the May 21 concert in Arnprior. “We need thousands of dollars, frankly,” said conductor Keith Estabrooks. “The band is here for the community. We do a lot for the community. But itʼs hard to keep going this way.” Purchasing the right to a piece of concert-arranged music costs a minimum $100. Usually it costs $200 or more. The band survives off $500 a year.

The band, sponsored by the Arnprior branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, does shows for war veterans throughout the Valley and at the Perley Rideau Centre. The Arnprior legion generously offers a free venue to practice and store equipment. Estabrooks said the band could not exist without the legion, which also contributes some money in return for annual concerts and a trumpeter on Nov. 11. Over the years the band has raised helped funds for Renfrew County Child Poverty Network, army cadets, hospitals and more. It also plays at various seniors homes, including Arnpriorʼs Island View Retirement Suites. Island Viewʼs life enrichment co-ordinator Karen Colbert said the band is very popular with residents. She recalls seeing three residents in a faraway corner listening to some of the songs from their generation. “They were crying, thatʼs how much it meant to them,” Colbert said. “Iʼd say most of the residents come out for the concert, if they can. (The band is) my biggest draw off all the entertainment we offer.” At the end of the most recent Island View performance, May 7, Colbert offered to kick start the fundraising campaign with a $100 donation. Others soon followed suit.

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As a Certified Personal Support Worker, professional house cleaner and many, many things in between, Pauline Donnelly feels she has many beneficial services to offer the communities of Arnprior, Renfrew and surrounding areas. There are multiple reasons in this day and age that people may need to employ her services she said. “With an aging population and families busy with work, children, caring for aging parents, getting kids to sports, and the list goes on, sometimes things at home get left undone,” Donnelly said. “When you finish a busy week it’s nice to go home and relax a little and enjoy some family time instead of the daunting task of housework, laundry, and a multitude of other tasks that you couldn’t do during your busy work week. I would like to help fill in some of the gaps and make your life a little easier.” Donnelly, who lives in Arnprior, also SCOTT CAMPBELL/METROLAND helps the elderly with everything from perCertified Personal Support Worker Pauline Donnelly sonal care, meal preparation and housework offers a variety of services to make people’s living to taking them to appointments and getting easier. groceries.

Another very important aspect for seniors is companionship, as many sadly spend much of their time alone. Sometimes when seniors are released from hospital, they may need a little help just until they get their strength back and get on their feet again. “When I was cleaning houses for so many years, I was asked to help people to clear up the clutter, so now I consider myself a clutter consultant or professional organizer. “The space we live in feels much better when you don’t have to close doors just so you won’t see what’s behind them or run around throwing things into cupboards and drawers when someone is coming to visit,” she said. “It is a perfect time to get organized and clear the clutter and decide what you are going to keep, what may go in a garage sale or to goodwill, and that everything your keeping is neatly stored away.” If you spend time away from your home on business or pleasure or you spend the summer at your cottage you may need a house sitter. “I am offering a number of services that I think will be appealing to people in many walks of life.” Pauline Donnelly can be reached at 613292-9193.

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Horse sense

About 50 horses were up for auction at the annual spring horse sale Saturday afternoon at the Galetta Sale Barn. There was also a tack sale, which attracted Steve Wilson and Ken Townsend, who travelled from Quebec for the event.

Church Directory Worship in the church of your choice PENTECOSTAl

279 Alicia St. at Norma Phone: 623-3993 Pastor Lee Dyck Sunday Service at 9:30 a.m. Awana Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Children, Youth & Adult Ministries Visit us at: www.fbc-online.ca

Reverend Clark Young 613-623-2943 116 Baskin Drive West Sunday Service: 10:00 am Children/Youth Ministries Weekly Programs churchoffice@gladtidingsarnprior.co

Elgin st. Baptist ChurCh

(Baptist Convention of Ont. & Que.) 135 Elgin St., Arnprior Ont. K7S 1N9 Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Office Phone: 613-622-1069

PRESBYTERIAN st. anDrEW’s prEsBYtErian ChurCh

The Rev. David W. Hooper, B.A.,B.Ed.,M.Div. 613-623-5531 80 Daniel Street, Arnprior, Ontario Morning Worship & Sunday School - 10:30 am Growing in Faith!

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA graCE-st. anDrEWs, arnprior (613-623-3176; 269 John St. N.) Minister: Rev. Andrew Love Join us Sundays at 10 a.m. for: Worship, Nursery (0-2 yrs), Kids Exploring Faith: (3 yrs up) A warm welcome to ALL!

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thE oasis Reverend Mark Redner 3794 Diamondview Road, Kinburn Friday Healing Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday Worship Service 10:00 a.m. 613-288-8120 www.cometotheoasis.ca

ROMAN CATHOlIC st. John ChrYsostoM parish FaMilY

Sunday Masses: Saturday 4:30 pm Sun. 8:30 am & 10:30 am Rev. Fr. John N. Burchat 295 Albert St. 623-2282 www.saintjohnchrysostom.org “Let all who are hungry come and eat”

PARTNERS IN HARvEST

riVEr stonE Christian FElloWship inC. (formerly river of life Christian Fellowship & the rock Church) 59 Madawaska St., Arnprior 622-5929, 622-7729 www.riverstonecf.ca Saturday Celebration at 6:00p.m. Children/Youth Ministry Senior Leader: Sandra Stott Staff: Joe Moniz

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287 Harrington St (at Ottawa) Canon Roger A. Young 623-2554 Sundays 8:00 and 10:00am Thursday 10:00am Holy Eucharist www.emmanuelanglican.ca

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47 McLachlin St. S Rev. Norine Gullons Office -613-623-4562 www.stjohnsarnprior.com/ Sunday worship at 10 a.m. Social after service, everyone welcome

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HOUSE CLEANING Dependable House Cleaning available, Reasonable rates, attention to detail. Call 613-262-9166

CLEANING LADY now has openings. 10 year’s experience, references available. Call Karen 613.646.7267

ANNIVERSARY

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60th Wedding Anniversary May 14, 2015 Noble & Vivian Eady Congratulations! From your family

GARAGE SALE

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY “Business Opportunity” Pet Grooming Shop and Boutique, See details at: www.BusinessSellCanada. com/52330004.htm

BUSINESS SERVICES Carpentry, Repairs, Rec Rooms, Decks, etc. Reasonable rates, 25 years experience. 613-832-2540

62 Fennessy Lane, off Hwy 132, Renfrew. May 16 & 17, 8-5. Rain or shine, little bit of everything.

“QUALITY” Garage Sale, Saturday May 16, 8 am - 1 pm. Rain date, May 23, 21 Short Road behind UltraMar. Toys, jewellery, furniture, pictures, house70 Haramis Drive, Ren- wares, tools. frew, Sat May 16, 8-12. Sat May 16, 8-1, Hunter’s Something for everyone Gate, Elk St. Renfrew. Household items, some Garage Sale Sunday May furniture, Teenage Girls 17, 2015 at 9am. 300 Van- clothing & bake sale Dusen Drive, Arnprior, Lots of glasses, dishes, SATURDAY MAY 16th, household items! Giant Yard Sale, lots of Multi-family Yard Sale May tools, furniture, something 16, 307 Olmstead Jeffrey for everyone. 7-1 pm, 722 Lake Road, Haley Station. McKenzie, Waba. If raining Sunday 8-1

HOUSE CLEANING, DUMP RUNS, moving, raking, free metal pickup (small fee if outside Arnprior). Quality work, competitive rates, celebrating 10 years in business. Call Bob Multi-family Yard Sale May 16/15, 7am-noon. 166, 613-622-5923 168, 121 Elk Street, Renfrew. Rain Date May 23, 2015

COMMERCIAL RENT

Store Front Unit, Approx 500 sq ft, busy Madawaska Street, in Arnprior $735/month +Hydro and hot water rental. Contact Wayne 613-623-9282

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Celebration to honour Noble & Vivian Sat May 16, 2015, 1-4 pm #19 Thacker Lane, River Road Home of Val & Eric Dougherty Best Wishes Only CLR603962

2 family yard sale Sat May 16, 8:30-4:30. Lawn equipment, electric golf carts, fridge, fishing equipment, indoor outdoor furniture, art work, harvest table, Devine Lane, 1/2 mile before Calabogie ski hill 225 John St. Eganville. May 15 to 17, 8am to 4pm Rain or Shine

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HAPPY 40TH ANNIVERSARY With thanksgiving to our heavenly Father, and the Lord willing, we

will celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday May 23, 2015 with our children, grandchildren, family and friends. Tymen and Kim: Marlo, Isabella, Noah, Elias Willem and Monique: Adrianna, Joel, Kendra, Isaac Join us for an Open House on Saturday from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at Whitewater Wesleyan Community Church, 42 Cedar Haven Rd., Cobden.

CARD OF THANKS

Thanks to everyone who attended the wake and funeral of my husband, Laverne Smith. For the beautiful floral arrangements, donations to the Sunshine Coach and Home Support and cards received. Staff and residents at Quail Creek for their care and compassion. Drs. Lavigne, Davis and Buxton and the nurses on 2nd and 3rd floor at RVH. The Legion ladies for the delicious lunch served following the service. Rev. Brian & Rev. Alison Sharpe for the meaningful service. Kirk Anderson of Anderson Funeral Home for his care and compassion during this difficult time. Ruby, Lynn, Bonnie and families

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Street Sale 8am, Sat May 16, Melissa Lane in Old Thompson Trailer Park off Gillan Rd, Renfrew. Several sites. Lots of stuff. Rain date Sunday.

24 LENSER STREET, near Arnprior, bungalow, double garage, oil heat, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, no smokers, June 1st. $1200 plus utilities, 613-623-4921

Available June 1st, 2 bedroom house in Arnprior for rent, $925/month plus utilities, First and last month required. Call 613-623-6250

DOWNTOWN ARNPRIOR, 2 bedroom apartments, $975/month, laundry facilities, no smoking, no pets, Available Immediately, 613-558-9325

Renfrew - Downtown 1 bedroom apartment available May 1st. Laundry facilities available on site. $615.00 per month tenant is responsible for electricity & heat. Call 613.433.4721

FOR RENT 1 bedroom, 1st floor apartment in quiet smoke free, seniors building. Call Sheryl @ 613.432.4909

252 John St N, Arnprior, 2 blocks south of hospital, $595-795, large 1- & 2bedroom units, renovated, non-smoking, clean, quiet, secure, pet-friendly, parking, locker, fridge, stove, hood fan, eat-in kitchen, dining/living room, www.ovrentals.ca, 613-266-4832

1 bedroom apartment 203 Jennet St. Renfrew. Hardwood floors, gas fireplace, fridge, stove & laundry facilities. Private front porch, available June 1st. Phone 613.432.2014 2-bedroom ground floor apt, central Arnprior. Quiet 1 bedroom apt for rent building, storage room in above the Bonnechere unit, 1 parking spot, Bakery, Renfrew. Heat & fridge, stove, recently water included. Available renovated. No dogs. First June 1st. 613.282.8560 and last. $895/month water included (tenant pay 1 BEDROOM, Second floor hydro). Available July 1st. apartment, Renfrew in 613-433-7581 town. Small office or den, close to all amenities, ALWAYS natural gas heat, parking, ARNPRIOR small yard, $590+utilities, CLEAN, MODERN Secure available July 1st, 1&2 Bedroom apts. on First Avenue. Fridge, 613-623-7442 stove, parking incl. Discounts for mature tenants. 2 bedroom apartment has convenient parking, private 623-8537 after 6pm outside yard, water, stove, fridge, new carpeting. Available July 1st $850 per month plus gas 3 bedroom/2 bath heating and hydro. 5 appliances Available now. 432.2852 Central Air Renfrew. Gas Fireplace Finished basement 2 bedroom apt Oak St. Desirable neighbourhood Renfrew, fridge, stove, $1350.00 + Util. parking, $645/month plus Call Joanne hydro. One year lease. 613-229-4352 First/last & references required 613.433.3053

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STREET FLEA MARKET ALL NEW Furniture & Antique Store NOW OPEN OPEN

ALL NEW STREET MOTORS SALES DIVISION 613-205-1212 NOW OPEN

7 DAYS 9am to 4pm 613-284-2000 streetfleamarket.net 5 MILES SOUTH OF SMITHS FALLS CORNER OF HWY 15 & BAY ROAD

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JkX^;f\ In honour of Kathryn Neville & Sean Enright

June 1, 2015 Bachelor Apartment, downtown Arnprior, Large living / bedroom. Eat in Kitchen, stove /fridge. Regular bathroom. Parking space available. $450 per Bachelor apt, same loca- month plus hydro/gas. tion, available July 1st. 613-222-1394 $510/month plus heat & hydro. Good fishing close by. 613.432.0370 OUR SUMMER HOME FOR Cobden - 2 bedroom apt. RENT. Complete privacy, located on a peninsula on Cobden - attached 3 bedroom garden home. Call White Lake, Available June, July, August. $950 613.432.1911 per week, 613-623-7513

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White Lake, 15 min. from Arnprior, renovated 2-bedroom + sunroom, $775, 2nd floor, non-smoking, clean, quiet, secure, petfriendly, parking, fridge, stove, hood fan, common room, outdoor patio, www.ovrentals.ca, 613-266-4832 Renfrew nice large 2 bedroom, available June 1st, offers parking, large yard, sun deck, laundry hook up, fridge & stove. $890 per month heat included, plus hydro, 613.432.0370

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Friday Night Entertainment Friday, May 15th - 8pm

Ty Hall Friday, May 22nd - 8pm

Kick Off the Summer Party

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Featuring Jordan & Kristy Dubeau Hello Hello! The Belle Regards Saturday May 29th - 8pm

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Saturday May 23, 2015 RCAF Wing- Renfrew 7:00pm – 1:00am $5.00/ticket (available at the door) Join us for an evening of music, games, and celebration!

Calabogie central location, for mature person or persons. 2 bdrm apt with porch deck, available. $625 plus heat & hydro. Fridge & stove included.

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SATURDAY MAY 23 9 am, 5182 Loggers Way (Vydon Acres), Antiques, furniture, clothing, toys and much more.

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HELP WANTED Admaston/Bromley Public Library is seeking a full time student for a period of 6 weeks. Duties include: data entry, coordinating TD Summer Reading Program, and updating the library website. Please email Jane at the library by May 20 for a full job description. info@admastonbromleylibrary.com

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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. 613.432.5764

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Loader and excavator operators required will train. Apply in person 9-4 WEEKDAYS only. Nesbitt Aggregates 1766 Lochwinnoch Rd Renfrew. 613.432.5764

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Clint Anderson (formerly a resident of Renfrew) please contact 613.735.6866 and ask for Ms. McCallion Ext. 3054

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AUCTIONS

ANTIQUE AUCTION Antique Store Closing Auction Furniture, Antiques & Collectibles Thursday May 21, 5 pm Lanark & District Civitan Hall 2144 Pine Grove Rd., Lanark Canteen by Civitan

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2144 Pine Grove Rd, Lanark, ON

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MANUFACTURING TEAM LEADER Scapa Tapes-Renfrew, a leading manufacturer of adhesive tape products, is seeking a Manufacturing Team Leader for its Renfrew operation. This position is responsible for the direct supervision of production employees in a unionized environment. Additional responsibilities include health & safety, scheduling, quality assurance, communication meetings, training, and maintaining inventory levels. This position is on a rotating twelve hour shift. A combination of post-secondary education in a related ďŹ eld, minimum of 5 years supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment, and excellent interpersonal skills are necessary to meet the challenges of this position. We offer a competitive compensation and beneďŹ ts package to the right candidate.

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Novena to St. Jude. O Holy St. Jude, Apostle and martyr, near kinsmen of Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in time of need, to you I have recourse from the bottom of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given great power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent petition. In return, I promise to make your name known and cause you to be invoked. Say 3 Our Fathers, 3 Hail Marys and 3 Glorys. Publication must be promised. St. Jude, pray for us all who invoke your aid. Amen. This novena has never been known to fail. MNB CLR602845

Professionals Needed. Looking for career-minded persons willing to speak to small groups or do oneon-one Presentations locally. Part Time or Full Time. A car and internet access are necessary. Training and ongoing support provided. Build financial security. Paid daily. Call Diana 1.866.306.5858

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Elderly Arnprior couple wishes to remain at home. Looking for compassionate in-home care provider. PSW or experience caring for elderly preferred. Cover/resume/ references to: lesmacprof@gmail.com or call 905 775 2604.

MORTGAGES

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Gas lawn tractor with rear bagger, Electric hedge trimmer, 613.432.3555

HELP WANTED

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A DEAL ON STEEL ROOFING IN STOCK - 29ga, Various colours, Windows: REBAR, skylight sheets, custom trim. barn/door track & trolleys, Nails & Screws. Come see us for a price. Levi Weber, 2126 Stone Rd., RR#2 Renfrew, K7V 3Z5

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FOR SALE

Please e-mail your resume to renfrewhr@scapana.com or forward your resume to: Scapa North America Human Resources Department 609 Barnet Blvd., Renfrew, Ontario K7V 0A9 We thank you for your interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

HUNTER SAFETY HUNTER SAFETY Canadian Firearms Course. Courses and exams held throughout the year. Will do Private groups as well. Call Kevin 613.432.5192 kevin.white@bell.net

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Building a future! Smiths Construction, contractors in highway construction, asphalt paving, and aggregate production is currently looking to fill various roles for our Petawawa and Renfrew location, we are seekingâ&#x20AC;Ś

Operators & Labourers for our Paving Crew

Foreman, Labourers & TCP for our Road Construction Crew

Foreman, Quality Control & Scale Operator for our Pit & Quarry Operations

Previous experience with highway construction, asphalt paving or in the aggregate industry is an asset. The ideal candidates will be task-oriented, self-motivated and team players. Interested applicants are invited to forward a resume in confidence to: Human Resources, The Miller Group, P.O. Box 4080, Markham, ON L3R 9R8 Fax: (905) 475-3852 or email: hr@millergroup.ca.  

                   

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HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

LABOUR/SORTER FULL-TIME

IN MEMORIAM

HELP WANTED

WILLIE, Richard (Dick) In loving memory of a dear husband, step father, poppa who passed away May 15, 2000.

To Meet Growing Demand

Mack MacKenzie Motors

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Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM Please apply at: Beauman Waste Management 610 Lisgar Avenue Renfrew, Ontario

In a garden of memories Where teardrops are dew There is a rose that blooms forever It Is the memory of you We hold you close within our hearts And there you will remain To walk with us through our lives Until we meet again.

Requires a

Service Advisor

LABOUR/SORTER PART-TIME

Send resume to: Kim de Ruiter Supervisor – Child Care Services, Columbus House Y.P.S.P 140 Munroe Ave Renfrew, ON. K7V 1N2 613 432-4241 kderuiter@columbushouse.ca Closing Date: Friday, June 12th, 2015

Your loving sisters, June and Joyce

Dad you will always be the first thing I think of when someone says make a wish, one more day with you. Love you forever Laurie, Doug & Kelsey xoxo

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

No matter how life changes No matter what we do A special place within our hearts Is always kept for you. We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are always near

IN MEMORIAM Barry Yantha May 14, 1944 - May 14, 2014 To hear your voice To see your blue eyes smiling Or you carrying on awhile A year has passed, you are deeply missed. Remembered & loved forever Eve & our forever families

Forever in our hearts Love Nancy, Chris and Scott

CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

$400

IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

DOREEN COLTERMAN RILEY

CASH DAILY

FT & PT Outdoors Spring/Summer Work Seeking Honest Hard Working Staff

PROPERTYSTARSJOBS.COM HELP WANTED

Don (“Pudd”) Schnob

(September 29, 1956 - May 7, 2006)

HELP WANTED

The moment that you died my heart was torn in two, one side filled with heartache, the other died with you. Remembering you is easy, I do it every day, but missing you is heartache that never goes away.

Come Make A Difference… Chief Financial Officer St. Francis Herb Farm Inc. is Canadaʼs leading manufacturer of high quality herbal products and is celebrating 28 years of uncompromising service to our valued customers As Chief Financial Officer you will partner with the Chief Executive Officer, a talented management team and dedicated workforce to accelerate growth. You have the following key skills and experience:

With Love, Judy CLR604579

• Top-notch organizational and interpersonal skills to lead our finance, business planning, accounting, IT, purchasing and facilities initiatives • Spearhead the financial budget and planning processes both short and long term to maximize operational efficiencies • Manage financial relationship with bank, external auditors and have solid experience in cash management and capital financing options • In concert with department heads lead the review of current IT system and develop strategy for upgrade/migration • Commence facilities planning review process with management team to accommodate facilities growth and expansion • 10 years experience in a financial management role in a food service or equivalent manufacturing environment • Rock solid PC Skills (full suite) • Experience with a recognized Quality Standard - GMP/ISO 9001/ 22000 a definite asset

He was a flower too great for earth, Sent here but for awhile, God, for a moment gave him birth And took him back with a smile. Love Always, Grandma and Grandpa Whitelock

Known to all as Deannie, She was a wonderful wife, A wonderful Mother, A wonderful Grandmother, A wonderful friend, We all miss her presence. So Goodnight, sleep well, And we shall all meet in the morning.

Nathan Leclaire This day is remembered and quietly kept, No words are needed, we shall never forget, For those we love don’t go away, They walk beside us every day. Unseen and unheard, but always near, So loved, so missed, and so very dear.

Email your resume in confidence to: Chief Executive Officer paul@stfrancisherbfarm.com

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Only Candidates Selected for an interview will be contacted:

www.stfrancisherbfarm.com

May 17, 2002

In Memory of our dear Nephew

Education: University degree in Business/Finance with CPA (Chartered Professional Accountant). Position is located at our offices in Combermere, ON

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Mitchell Blimkie

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Qualifications • Preferred E.C.E and related experience in a childcare setting • Experience working with children ages 2-5 yrs • Knowledge of Day Nurseries Act • Knowledge of ELECT • Working knowledge of children’s development • Knowledge in working with exceptional behaviors in children • Excellent communication skills • Work within a team setting as well as an independent

The depths of sorrow we cannot tell, Of the loss of ones we loved so well, And while they sleep a peaceful sleep, Their memory we shall always keep.

IN MEMORIAM

HUNTER, Bert HUNTER, Bert In loving memory of a spe- In loving memory of a cial Dad & Pappy who Dear Dad and Grandfather passed away May 18, who passed away 16 years ago May 18, 1999 1999.

Love Always Helen & family

EARN UPTO

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Employment Opportunity Columbus House – Young Parent Support Program, Child Care Services Requires Supply and Casual Teachers At their NEW Renfrew Location – 140 Munroe Ave c/o Central School

McMANUS, Shirley - May 2001 DESJARDINS, Lorna - May 2008

IN MEMORIAM

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(4 Positions Available) Monday to Friday 4PM-8PM Please apply at: Beauman Waste Management 610 Lisgar Avenue Renfrew, Ontario

Please send resume to: Mack MacKenzie Motors Ltd. Attn: Greg Mackenzie 547 New Street, Renfrew, ON K7V 1G8

IN MEMORIAM

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HELP WANTED

Forever remembered, Aunts & Uncles, Gramma

BURNS In loving memory of our Mother, Ena Burns, May 16, 2007 Memories are treasures that no one can ever steal. Death leaves many heartaches that no one can ever heal. Some people may forget now that you are gone. But we will always remember No matter for how long. Always loved and never forgotten. Patricia and Susan


IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

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In Memory of our dear Cousin

IN MEMORIAM

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IN MEMORIAM

Nathan Leclaire

KENNEDY-SLOANE, Pamela Magnus “Pam”

DEATH NOTICE

In Loving Memory of our Dear Son, Brother and Uncle. It is six years now Nath and we send hugs your way, conveying our endless love to you. Dad and I are doing all right. We are finally back at the Cottage, after a long cold winter. How you enjoyed the spring fishing, leaving your tell all trail of flour and grease through out the kitchen. We used to gasp at the sight (lol). Your dog Gypsy passed away a couple of weeks ago. We were so saddened, letting go of the last fragment of your existence. Charlie, our shining light is doing great, going to be seven and doing well in first grade. Your brothers are fine, working hard. We are so grateful for all our blessings and privileges to have Ryan, Devin, Charlie and of course your wonderful aunts and cousins, fulfilling our otherwise lonely life. Selling Gramp’s house, as Gramma cannot visit there now. Will be so hard to say goodbye to our family gathering place, however will have our cherished memories forever. Your memories linger in our hearts Nath, only having your pictures now, frozen pieces of time. Your presence is everywhere at the lake, your legacy will never fade. If we could have just one more hour with you Nathan, we would express our deep affection and all words that were left unsaid, yet console ourselves with the probability of you already knowing. Wrap your arms around Lord and let him know he is loved until we get to your land above.

Much Love from Mom, Dad, Ryan, Devin and Charlie

DEATH NOTICE

DEATH NOTICE

Mitchell Blimkie May 17, 2002

A thousand words won’t bring you back, I know because I’ve tried, Neither will a thousand tears, I know because I’ve tried. They say time heals all wounds, I know they are so wrong, A piece of my heart died with you that day, The pain it remains so strong. I love you Mitch, and miss you so very much… Love Always, Mom xoxo CLR605584 DEATH NOTICE

Passed away peacefully with loving family by her side in the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital Monday May 4, 2015. Brenda Simpson of Arnprior at the age of 64 years. Beloved wife of Robert P. Simpson. Much loved mother of Chad Simpson (Sherry Fortin) and Leanne Simpson (Mark MacKay). Cherished grandmother of Owen, Hayden and Darren Simpson and Jillian and Braxtin Murphy. Dear sister of Dennis (Jessie) Beaudoin, Sandra (Gordon) Strong, Janice (Leo) Seguin, and Glenna (Doug) Poisson. Predeceased by brother Richard Beaudoin. Will also be missed by her nieces and nephews. Daughter of the late Dona Beaudoin and late Mabel Lascelle. Visitations at the Boyce Funeral Home, Chapel, Visitation and Reception Centre, 138 Daniel Street N., Arnprior Saturday May 9, 2015 from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Interment Malloch Road Cemetery at a later date. In memoriams to Community Living or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by her family. Condolences/Tributes at www.boycefuneralhome.ca

Peacefully at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital with loved ones by her side on Sunday afternoon, May 10th, 2015 at the age of 94 years. Beloved mother of Paul Carron (Sharon Welch) of Renfrew; Diane Aubé of Burlington; Anita Schubrink (late Eric) of Stewartville and Jane Carron of Winnipeg. Cherished grandmother of Laurie Robinson (Wayne) of Red Deer, Alberta; Sean Black (Stephanie) of Toronto; Melissa Good (Jonathan) of White Lake; Derrick Schubrink (Stephanie Plascott) of White Lake; Charles Carron of Winnipeg and Fletcher Pincock (Sarah) of Winnipeg; Step-Grandmother of Gail Campbell (Donnie) of Fitzroy Harbour. GreatGrandmother of Avery, Alyssa and Ayden Robinson; Keira and Aidan Black; Rowan and Malcolm Good; Gyus Pincock and Great-Step-Grandmother of Jonathan and Michael Campbell. Loved sister of Ailsa Rodgers (late Les) of Brantford and Esther Knight (Ray) of Worthing, UK. Predeceased by her parents: James Kennedy Sloane and Gertrude Whittle as well as siblings: Bernard Kennedy-Sloane (Anne Kennedy-Sloane), Jean Reid (late Frank) and Marjorie van der Karst (late Max). A private family graveside service will take place in the National Military Section of the Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa. If desired, a memorial donation to the Bonnechere Manor Foundation or Sunshine Coach, Renfrew would be appreciated and may be made online or left at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior. Condolences/Tributes/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca

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November 21, 1981 - May 13, 2009

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(WWII AirForce Plotter - British War Bride) (February 9, 1921 – May 10, 2015)

(nee Beaudoin) April 12, 1951-May 4, 2015

Nathan Leclaire

Remembered forever, Cousins DEATH NOTICE

(Formerly Carron)

Simpson, Brenda Joyce

We miss you now, our hearts are sore, As time goes by we miss you more, Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place.

DEATH NOTICE CLR605567

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McKEE, E. JOANN (17 West Motel Gas,

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+ Convenience, Cobden) Of Cobden, passed away peacefully at her residence in Cobden with her loving family at her side on Friday May 8, 2015 in her 69th year. Joann McKee nee McCormack, beloved spouse of Peter de Ruiter and by first marriage to the late Gerry McKee. Dear mother of Stephen (Cherie Godin) and Patty (Gary Borutski). Also survived by 5 grandchildren Jordan, Alyssa, Shawn, Elizabeth, Cole, 1 sister Susan (Peter Geoffrion), 3 brothers Peter, Michael, Butch McCormack and 2 brother in laws Dave (Pam) McKee, Michael (Madelyn) Mckee. Predeceased by a brother in law Tony McKee. Friends may call at the Fraser – Morris and Heubner Funeral Home Cobden, Wednesday May 13, 2015 from 2-4 and 7-9pm. Liturgy of the word will be celebrated in St Pius V Roman Catholic Church Osceola, Thursday at 11am. Interment St. Pius V Cemetery Osceola. Donations to ALS Society of Canada or Champlain Community Home Care would be appreciated.

HWANG-CLAREMONT, Minan Suddenly and unexpectedly at home in the early hours of Friday, May 1, 2015; Minan Claremont of Arnprior, formerly of Ottawa passed away at the age of 61 years. Dear daughter of the late Duck Young Hwang and the late Misa Kim. Loved wife of Bryan Claremont of Ottawa. Dearly loved and adored mother of Dillon (Jessica Langlois) of Ottawa; Suki Claremont (Blair Coreau) and Jun Claremont, both of Arnprior. Cherished and doting “Grandma” of Dustin, Haley and Misumi. Dear sister of Wonkun and Kumdun Hwang; Choomkun and Jisook Kim; Seongja Hwang and MyeongKyeong Choi, all of South Korea. Fondly remembered by her good friends, Sung-Hee Kim, Justin Gates and Steven Parent. Friends were invited to join the family during visitation at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Tuesday evening, May 12th from 6 to 8 p.m. A Private Service to honour and remember Minan Claremont took place in the intimacy of her family on Wednesday, May 13th. Interment followed at the Malloch Road Cemetery, Arnprior. Condolences/Tributes/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca

HICKEY, ROWAN M March 1955-May 2015

KUASH, Gertrude Mary

Rowan passed away peacefully at Hospice Renfrew on May 8th 2015, following a short battle with cancer. She was my love and best friend for 7 ½ years. Rowan loved gardening, fishing, berry-picking and was a talented photographer. Her caring and giving nature inspired those who knew her. Predeceased by her parents William Francis Hickey and Margaret Johnston and her brother Danny. She is survived by myself, Denis Ouellette, her three children Mike Lacasse (Nicole Stevenson), Melanie Lacasse, Tony Evans (Samantha Charron), three grandchildren Amber, Braeden, Allyssa, her many siblings, Ardel, Caroline, Georgette, Alan, George, Christine, Nancy, Judy, Robby, Leroy (his father the late Christopher Wright) and by many nieces, nephews, brother and sisters in law. I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre, Renfrew Victoria Hospital and at the Clinique médicale Le Lotus in Shawville. Also thank you to Rowan’s co-workers at the Bonnechere Manor and the Douglas Lions Club for their generous support. And finally a big thank you to the Champlain CCAC (Community Care Access), the entire staff and volunteers at Hospice Renfrew for their care and compassion and to our friends and family for being there. A private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, please donate generously to Hospice Renfrew. Arrangements entrusted to the care of the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St, S Renfrew. Online condolences/donations may be made to www.gouletfuneralhome.com

Peacefully at the West End Villa in Ottawa on Monday afternoon, May 4th, 2015 at the age of 97 years. The last surviving child of the late Frank Yakabuski and the late Julia Chapeskie. Predeceased by her husband, John in 2004 and her son, Timothy in 2006. She leaves to mourn her daughter, Virginia and many nieces and nephews from the Yakabuski family. Predeceased by her brothers: Lawrence and Paul and sisters: Mary and Helen. Visitation was held at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 7:30 and again on Saturday morning from 8:30 until 9:15. A Funeral Mass was celebrated in St. John Chrysostom Church, Arnprior on Saturday morning, May 9th at 10 o’clock. Interment St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, Renfrew. In lieu of flowers, remembrance donations to L’Arche Arnprior or the Arnprior and District Hospital Partners in Caring Foundation would be appreciated. Members of the CWL will assemble at the funeral home for prayers on Friday afternoon at 3:30. Condolences/Tributes/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca

      

(nee Yakabuski) July 24, 1917 – May 4, 2015

Yvonne Dickson Member Royal Canadian Legion Eganville Br. 353

Retired Craig Construction, Nepean Peacefully at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Tuesday December 23, 2014 in her 80TH year. Yvonne Dickson (nee Scott) of Renfrew and formerly of Petawawa, beloved wife of the late Thomas Roger Dickson. Loved and cherished mother of Nancy Felhaber (Willard), Eganville and Denise Dobson (Paul) Smiths Falls. Loving grandmother to Jason Felhaber (Ashleigh), Cindy Kelly (Kirk), Kristina Dobson (Jared) and Lindsay Dobson (Sam) and great grandchildren Justin, Molly, Katie and Haylee. Dear sister of Audrey Cox (late Harvey), Toronto and Margaret Baumhour (late Norman), Oshawa. Cremation has taken place. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Visitation will take place on Saturday May 16, 2015 in the Eganville Legion, 54 Veteran’s Way Eganville from 12 noon until time of Memorial Service at 1 p.m. Interment in St. John’s Cemetery Sebastapol . In memory of Yvonne, donations to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Dialysis Unit, the Sunshine Coach of Renfrew or the Charity of your choice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the MURPHY FUNERAL HOME, Pembroke. Condolences, tributes, donations www.murphyfuneralhome.ca. CLR605735

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Local 613-623-7518, Fax: 613-224-3330,E-mail: E-mail:derek.dunn@metroland.com ottawaeast@metroland.com Localevents eventsand andhappenings happeningsover overthe thecoming comingweeks weeksâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; â&#x20AC;&#x201D;free freeto tonon-profit non-profitorganizations organizations Fax: The community calendar is offered as a free public service for non-profit groups. Notices appear as space permits. Please submit your information at least two weeks prior to the event and include a daytime contact name and phone number for us to reach you for clarification. Notices can be emailed to derek.dunn@metroland. com or dropped off at our 8 McGonigal St. office in Arnprior.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 15-30

Art auction at the Opportunity Shop until 11:30 a.m. May 30. Come and bid on beautiful art work for your home. All proceeds to the Arnprior hospital.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 16

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â&#x20AC;˘ May 22-24

Are you spring cleaning? Arnprior Figure Skating Club is hosting a free electronic and gently used clothing drop-off depot Friday 4-7 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Drive up and drop off at the Nick Smith Centre parking lot, 77 James St., Arnprior. For details and queries, contact 613-622-0133. For a full list of what can be recycled, check out RecycleYourElectronics.ca. Clothing donations in aid of Cerebral Palsy.

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â&#x20AC;˘ May 23

Victorian Tea 2 to 4 p.m. at the Christian Education Centre, 257 John St. North. Tickets $10 each. Sponsored by Graceâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;St. Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Church Women. For tickets and information, please contact 613-623-7734, 613-623-5321 or 613-623-2590. Everyone welcome! Accessible. Knights of Columbus Trivia Night at St John Chrysostom Parish Hall. This is a team event of 4 to 6 people. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your choice. Doors open at 7 p.m. Trivia starts at 7:30.Registration is $60/team. To register call John at 613-623-3722 or

Marc at 613-623-6241.Last registration date is Thursday May 21. Castleford Church yard sale beginning at 8:30 a.m. at 3874 River Rd., please donate, drop in to shop and support efforts to keep the church alive and in the community. A yard sale, barbecue and bake sale at Calabogie United Church Hall, 1044 Madawaska St. in Calabogie from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Arnprior Humane Society. annual yard sale at the animal shelter, 490 Didak Dr., from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. The society is also accepting gently used donations at the shelter, but please no electronics. All proceeds to the humane society.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 24

Opening day for a summer market at the Pakenham Curling Club at 172 Jessie St. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Farmers Market/Garden Market/ Artisanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Crafters and a Flea Market with antiques will be held each Sunday until Sept. 27. Vendors welcome. Contact Brenda at 613-256-4418 for info. Last regular church service at Bethel United Church in Kinburn at 11 a.m. Light lunch and refreshment to follow service. RSVP Audrey Shaw 613-8395326 or Judith Waddell 613839-3400. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Braeside barbecued chicken supper 2-6 p.m. Adults - $15, children under 12 - $5, children under 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; free. Take-out available. Everyone welcome.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 26

Dental Hygiene Services Tuesday at Arnprior-BraesideMcNab Seniors At Home, 106 McGonigal St. West, from 9 a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3 p.m. To book your appointment, please call Patty McComb of Rural Roots Dental Hygiene Services directly at 613-323-6487 or via email at pattymccomb@ruralrootsdhs. com. Island View Retirement Suites hosts Heather Palmer for an

informative public seminar on brain health 2-3:30 p.m. Heather will talk about keeping our brains active and healthy and then will be available for some 1:1 with guests.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 27

Breakfast Nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Learn hosted by Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home Wednesday, Galilee Centre, Payment/Greetings 8 breakfast 9 a.m. Guest Speaker: Janice Sawbridge, Community Service Officer, Renfrew OPP - 9:30 a.m. Topic: Frauds and Scams. Event sponsored by Tierney Stauffer LLP Lawyers, Arnprior. Cost $5 per person. Register by phone by Tuesday, May26, ABMSH, 106 McGonigal St. West. More info Liz Wall at 613-623-7981.

â&#x20AC;˘ June 3

Diners Club from 5-7 p.m. at Jimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Restaurant Dining Room. Meal - chicken fingers. Tickets $13 (to be purchased by noon June 2). Entertainment - Gary Patrois. All seniors 60 and over, disables and individuals with special needs are welcome. Proudly sponsored by-Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home Program.

â&#x20AC;˘ June 6

Calvary Baptist Church is celebrating 75 years at 5:30 p.m. Join them at the Christian Education Centre, with Rev. Bob Flemming and the Hallelujah Gospel Chorus. Tickets are $15 and available by calling the church at 613-623-4863.

â&#x20AC;˘ June 6, 7

McNab Public School Fun Fair rain or shine. Supper at 5:30 p.m. Games and events at 6 p.m. Everyone welcome!

Arnprior District Quilters Guild hosts a show and sale Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. respectively. Admission to the Nick Smith Centre event is $6.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 27-30

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â&#x20AC;˘ May 28

Two Rivers Musical Productions showcases the talents of young performers in a zany magical presentation of Seussical Jr. at 7 p.m. May 27, 28 and 29 and 2 p.m. May 30 at Arnprior District High School. Tickets $15 for adults, $10 for students. Available online at http://www.tworiversmusicals. ca/wordpress/tickets/.

â&#x20AC;˘ May 30

Prior Chest Nuts, Arnpriorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Breast Cancer Dragon Boat Team, plant sale 9 a.m. to noon on Madawaska Boulevard near PJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Restaurant in Arnprior. Donated plants would be appreciated. For more information, please contact Jeanette at 613622-0190 or Ola at 613-6220863. Emmanuel Anglican Church holds a fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m. at its 287 Harrington St. location. All you can eat fish, coleslaw, french fries, basked beans, buns, pie. Great fellowship, too. Does your small fry not like fish? Substitute with a hot dog and fries. Adults $15, kids 10 and under $7. Tickets available at the church office Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call 613-623-2554 or email charlotteleitch11@gmail.com.

June Valley Singles Lunch in The Tap Restaurant (former Busterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s location) in Carleton Place at 1 p.m. For information, call Donna at 613-623-6698 or Johanna at 613-432-7622.

â&#x20AC;˘ June 14

The annual Walk-a-thon to support the Arnprior animal shelter takes place at Robert Simpson Park. Registration starts at 10 a.m. and the walk starts at 11, followed by a barbecue. Pledge forms and more can be found www.arnpriorhumanesociety. ca.

â&#x20AC;˘ Ongoing

MONDAYS: Arnprior Civitan Club meetings second and fourth Mondays of the month. All welcome. Come join Arnpriorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newest community club. Arnprior Legion bingo starts at 7 p.m. TUESDAYS: Euchre in the Arnprior Legion back hall is from 1 to 4 p.m. FRIDAYS: A Legion lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Burgers $4. Open to public. Legion Jam Night is open to the public. Bring an instrument and have some fun.


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