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Lumberjack breakfast St. John Chrysostom parishioners and members of the community flocked to the parish hall on Sept. 14 for the annual free lumberjack breakfast in Arnprior on Sunday, Sept. 14. The event celebrated the Feast of St. John Chrysostom, and was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Parish Council. At left, James Scott, 8, enjoys his eggs and sausages. In keeping with the theme, the event featured historical films, including Consolidated Bathurst in the Ottawa Valley, The Story of Canadian Pine and J.J. McFadden Lumber Company.
Arnprior recreation director says TV show could put Arnprior on the map
By CHERYL BRINK Arnprior Weekender The Dimestore Fishermen hope to feature Arnprior on their TV show next fall. The half-hour program airs across North America, highlighting the best fishing in Canada and promoting community tourism attractions. Director of recreation services Glenn Arthur said the show has requested to shoot a segment in town in 2009. “It puts Arnprior on the map,” said Arthur, adding the hosts also speak to locals about favourite destinations — fishing related or not — that will be a huge boost to the local tourism economy. It costs about $10,000 to host and feed the show executives and crew for five days, but town councillors agreed the expense would be worth the exposure. They will consider the show taping for next year’s budget, and Gibeau suggested they research new tourism revenue to offset the cost.
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By CHERYL BRINK Arnprior Weekender Mary Street developer Waldo Hordichuk wasn’t happy with council’s decision last week to only rezone part of his property for residential uses. The Arnprior councillors decided to let the builder turn the former Alexander Reid Public School into apartment buildings but not to develop the rest of the 128 Mary St. site. This week council received a letter from the developer’s lawyer, requesting they revisit the bylaw amendment that would allow for more than just a community facility. After some discussion at the committee of the whole meeting on Monday, Sept. 15, the decision didn’t change — but several councillors said the developer was more than willing to meet their regulations and he should be given the chance to build there in the future. “The use of the property is very rational for residential,” said Coun. Eric Burton. “(The developer) has met every-
thing we’ve asked for,” added Reeve Wayne Stack. The letter suggested that the entire lot be rezoned at once, rather than spending time and money on two separate applications. Mayor Terry Gibeau said he was more concerned about the lack of a concrete design plan for the second section, not about the height or density concerns. Council finally passed a motion to stick with last week’s decision and talk more about rezoning when an official development application has been filed. Only four councillors wanted that timeline, the other three voters preferred the bylaw be amended for the entire site at once. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK Mayor Gibeau declared Oct. 5 to 11 Fire Prevention Week. The week is recognized nationally to promote fire safety and make people aware of the statistics and risks surrounding house fires. “With all the work our fire department does and this still happens,” said Gibeau. “It’s still a significant issue.”
Fire chief Tom Burnette said there was a close call in Arnprior just recently because a homeowner left a pot on the stove when they left the house. According to Arnprior Fire Prevention, cooking is the number one cause of residential fires in the province. There were 1,367 houses ablaze in 2006 from mistakes in the kitchen, with nearly 200 injuries and $10.2 million in damages. “It’s a real concern,” said Burnette, adding that he hopes to reach every home in Arnprior with fire prevention tips and awareness. Check out www.ofm.gov.on.ca for more information. FUNERAL HOME ON BASKIN Arnprior councillors agreed to change the bylaw on Baskin Drive to allow a funeral home in the residential area. Pilon Funeral Home owner Andre Pilon hopes to tear down the building at 115 to 117 Baskin Dr. and put up a one-storey funeral home in its place. A bylaw will be drafted for the site and brought back to council next week.
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Karson opens new plant for highway expansion project By CHERYL BRINK Arnprior Weekender
Karson Konstruction took on their biggest project yet with the widening of Hwy. 417. Karson held an open house at their Spratt Quarry site on Carp Road last week to show off their new equipment and facilities, which were necessary expansions to keep up with the demands of the new road development. The event was also
Karson Konstruction’s vice president Erwin Schulz stands in front of the Spratt Quarry on Carp Road. The site recently launched new and expanded facilities to meet all the demands of their Hwy. 417 widening project.
to celebrate the company’s 35th anniversary. Karson vice-president Erwin Schulz said this is the largest job they have ever had, so a new asphalt plant and crusher were essential additions. “Time is of the essence,” explained Schulz, adding that they are working on the highway expansion mostly at night to decrease traffic snarls. He said the project will be finished by the middle of next summer.
The quarry has been in production since the early 70s, and Schulz said it has the capacity for 175 million more tonnes of aggregate. About half a million tonnes will be needed for the highway widening project, in addition to 200,000 tonnes of hot mix asphalt. Karson was nearing capacity before they got the 417 job, so more storage and equipment was needed to keep up.
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Arnprior Chronicle-Guide Just in case you missed it...
Just in case you missed Tuesday’s copy of the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, here are briefs of some of the stories we are following: * The federal election has been called for Oct. 14, and the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide is on the beat. We had the rundown on the latest local election news and coverage of the Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke NDP nomination in the Sept. 16 Arnprior ChronicleGuide. * The alliance of municipalities looking into the feasibility of buying the Beaumen Recycling plant in Renfrew has arranged for a parallel management of the plant for the next three months. We had the story in Tuesday’s paper. * A crow found in Arnprior tested positive for the West Nile virus this month, bringing the area’s total diseased birds in all to three. We spoke with local health officials about what the discovery means. For the story, pick up the Sept. 16 Chronicle-Guide. * We were at Arnprior’s Terry Fox Run last weekend. For coverage of the popular annual cancer research fundraiser, see Tuesday’s paper.
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Here are some of the items we will be looking at for this Tuesday’s Chronicle-Guide: * Have you decided yet which federal candidate you’re going to vote for on Oct. 14? Pick up a copy of the Tuesday, Sept. 23 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide to what the Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke candidates have to say in our candidate profiles.
Upstaged by a mouse Having chalked up more than 100 speeches and public appearances last year, it isn’t unreasonable to expect that on occasion, something out of the ordinary is bound to happen when I am at the lectern. Take the time I spoke at a large dinner south — east of Ottawa several years ago. The introducer went to great lengths to give a wonderfully glowing report of my credentials, then turned to me, beaming, and said “Please welcome Betty Brown!” Needless to say, I took a quick look around to see if someone else was going to stand up, and when no one did, I quickly went to the podium. I’m happy now I repressed the urge to correct him, which no doubt would have embarrassed both of us. And let’s face it, when you have a simple name like Cook, it invites confusion. And then there was the time I was speaking at a large gathering where I knew just about everyone in the room. This was a no-nonsense group of community volunteers, all
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Mary Cook belonging to a well known organization. And, when it came time to be introduced (I could see I was next on the printed program), I geared myself for the usual flowery introduction. Instead, a booming voice came from the very depths of the large hall and said, “OK, Mary, you’re on!” So much for the flowery introduction. An incident at a speech a few days ago measures right up at the top as far as excitement goes. The Ottawa group was small, but all dedicated workers in their community, and the dinner I was to speak at was held in a beautiful historic
building, with the dining tables complete with damask cloths and napkins, lovely silverware, and all the trimmings one would expect to find in a prestigious setting. For obvious reasons, the site will remain anonymous. I was deep into my speech, when someone from the all-female audience let a screech out of her, and pointed to the room divider on my right. Naturally, I stopped mid-sentence and followed everyone’s eyes to a corner in the room and saw a tiny mouse edging its way up the divider. Soon every eye in the room was on the little intruder. Stifled screams and one or two quick exits from the dining room brought a clatch of waiters scurrying to capture the little mouse, who seemed to be oblivious to the bedlam. Needless to say, I had to halt my speech (right at the point where I had hoped to make great impact with a profound statement), and watch, as did everyone else, as one waiter attempted to catch the mouse with his bare hands.
Did you know it is impossible to catch a mouse with your bare hands? It took another run at climbing to the top of the divider, changed direction and headed down, wherein all of us raised our handbags off the floor in case it decided one would be a perfect place to find shelter. And then it vanished. No one is sure where it went. Under the divider? Over the divider? Into the large potted plant in the corner? It’s anyone’s guess. Gradually, the room returned to order, and I was urged to go on. I’m not sure if it was because of the audience’s sympathy for me, the guest speaker, or because I had kept my cool, or because I was able to recapture interest, but did get a standing ovation. Spanning the many decades I have spoken to, with as few as five people, and as many as several thousand, being upstaged by a common mouse beats the many other odd circumstances I have endured over the years as a public speaker.
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* At a regular council meeting this week, McNabBraeside council got an update regarding the temporary asphalt plant at Miller’s quarry. See Tuesday’s paper for the details. * Arnprior District High School hosts its opening football games of the season today (Friday). Pick up the Sept. 23 Arnprior Chronicle-Guide for coverage of the games and the spirit week and pep rally held leading up to the event.
For complete coverage of these and other news stories about Arnprior and area, you can pick up a copy of the Chronicle-Guide on sale each Tuesday at local stores or at our office, 116 John St. North, located in downtown Arnprior. Photo by SHERRY HAAIMA
The Arnprior School of Karate has been a big supporter of the local Terry Fox Run, this year bringing in total pledges of approximately $1,000. At left, Lori McRae and Warren Leitch run the track at the Sunday, Sept. 14 event. More than $3,000 was raised for cancer research.
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Obscure European locations Worst municipal road campaign are now easier to find online launches, voting open until Oct. 20 By PATRICK WOHLER The Family Historian
The Getty Research Institute has placed a thesaurus of European place names on line at www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/vocabularies/tgn . I was intrigued so I tried it with my father’s birthplace, Budelsdorf, Germany. The search box asked for the name, place type and nation. I entered it as a town in Germany and received a negative response. This was not encouraging so I omitted the place type and received an immediate hit. It came up as a populated place, not a town. By selecting the response and then ‘view selected records’ I received the geographical coordinates. This is a great way to pin down some of the obscure places that we encounter. IRISH STUDIES SYMPOSIUM Library and Archives Canada is responding to the increasing interest in Irish research by teaming up with the National Archives of Ireland to offer a two day symposium. It will take place Monday and Tuesday, November 3 and 4 at LAC, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa. Doors open to the public at 8:30 am and it will take place in Exhibition Room A. There will be six sessions and a round table open dialogue. The topics include: the Irish in Quebec, famine and commemoration, Irish politics, the 1911 census of Ireland, Irish culture and Irish history. Simultaneous translation in English and French will be available. The cost of this symposium is free but they do request that those who would
like to participate RSVP to 613-992-2618 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More details are available at www. collectionscanada.gc.ca/ireland and they will be updated throughout September and October. UPDATING URLS In their September issue, Family Tree Magazine reviewed what they consider to be the 101 best genealogy websites. It looked like an opportune time for me to update my personal index of websites and I am glad that I did. There were new sites to be added and a fair number of URLs to be tweaked but what impressed me most was the rate of growth of many of the websites. Some of them more than doubled their content since my last entry and many had expanded the range of their content.
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Every day in Ontario, the cost of using substandard municipal roads and bridges increases through damage to vehicles(cars, trucks, buses and bikes), the environment and our wallets, and also threatens our safety. Now entering its sixth year, Ontario’s Worst Municipal Roads Campaign launched with a call for politicians of all levels and stripes to address the historically inadequate investment in improving our road and bridge infrastructure and to dedicate long-term sustainable funding to help make our drives smoother and safer. “We have had tremendous success bringing to the forefront the issue of Ontario’s crumbling municipal roads and bridges infrastructure with over 90 per cent of the roads named to our annual list being addressed,” said Kris Barnier, Chair of Ontario’s Worst Munic-
ticians to make road and bridge repairs a top-level priority. “Road users can join the campaign for sustainable funding and make their voices heard by casting their ballot for a worst road at CAA stores or select approved repair facilities, or by logging onto www.worstroads.ca,” said Barnier. “Voters also have the option of sharing their vote with their Mayor, or they can send an e-card to Prime Minister Harper and Premier McGuinty, calling on them to share money with municipalities for roads and bridges.” The campaign, sponsored by CAA and the Ontario Road Builders’ Association, will be travelling to communities across Ontario over the next six weeks to underscore the importance of making motorists’ voices heard. Voting closes Oct. 20.
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Each week in conjunction with the Arnprior and District Humane Society we feature pets ready for adoption. This week we feature Paige, a true sweetheart. This one-year-old little lady loves attention and likes to play. Paige is not really particular about her companions. Young children, other felines or even an agreeable canine or two are just fine. She plays well with others! If you want to just snuggle up on your favorite chair and pet her, Paige does not need her rubber paws twisted. She is there in a heartbeat. Just ask about Ms.. Popularity #3187. The shelter also has more than 20 kittens all looking for good homes. Barrett, Mischief and Grizzly are only three of these cute
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September — Bottle drive fundraiser Your Empties Can Fill Bellies. The Arnprior and District Humane Society accepting your beer, wine and liquor empties to raise much needed funds. Just drop off your empties at the shelter at Didak Drive, Arnprior. If needed pick-up available for large quantities. Call 613-623-0916 for more information. September 23, 30 — Golden Valley Seniors host a six-hand euchre every Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Arnprior Legion Hall. All welcome. Cost is $3. September 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 — Play and Learn Drop-in from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Ontario Early Years, 16 Edward St. Suite 112. All children 0-6 and their parents and caregivers are invited to come to this free, interactive playgroup. Meet other parents, caregivers and children while you have fun playing together. For more information call 613-623-8224. September 26 — Teeter Totters runs 9:30 to 11 a.m. Friday mornings at the Ontario Early Years Satellite (16 Edward St., Suite 112). Come and join us for a morning filled with age specific toys and activities to engage your little ones! For more information please call 613623-8224. September 20 — There will be a full gospel business men’s breakfast at the Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church on 116 Baskin Drive East at 9 a.m. Lee Campbell will be the speaker. For reservations call 613-623-5166. September 21 to 27— Legion week activities: Sunday: Veterans Dinner, cocktails at 5 p.m./dinner at 6 p.m.; Monday — Bingo, regular bingo night with special game at 7 p.m.; Tuesday — Social dart night. Come out for a night of comradeship and throw some darts 7 p.m.; Wednesday — Local businesses are invited to bring their staff for breakfast 9 to 11 a.m.; General Meeting — Members are encouraged to attend the general meeting 7:30 p.m. in the Ian ‘Bun’ Malloch Hall with guest speaker Garry Pond, Zone Commander; Thursday — Honours and awards night — by invitation only for those receiving five to 65 year pins and awards at 7:30 p.m.; Friday — Special burger day 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with entertainment by John Henry from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Lounge, sponsored by the Canadian Professional Golf Association; Saturday — The public is welcome to attend the regular Saturday breakfast served 8 to 11 a.m. Ian ‘Bun’ Malloch Hall, $5 per person. September 24 — The Arnprior Book Shop Reading Club will be meeting at 7 p.m. for their first fall meeting. Cold Sassy Tree by Olive Ann Burns will be the book discussed. Call 613-623-8800. September 24 — Toastmasters open house — if you would like to enhance your public speaking ability for work or just for personal confidence, check out Arnprior Toastmasters. All are welcome to our fun and supportive club focusing on public speaking and leadership. We’re located at Arnprior District Memorial Hospital Board Room on the 2nd floor. Meeting starts
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at 6:45 p.m. For further information call Fred Schuck 613-720-9228. September 24 — Mothers of Preschoolers (ages 0 to five). Could you use a break? Please join us for activities and discussions designed just for mothers to help encourage, equip and develop you into the best mom possible. Your preschoolers will be entertained with their own special program while you connect with other moms in the area. Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 194 Harrington St. from 9:30 to 1 a.m. Contact Kimberly O’Brien at 613-623-5667. September 24 — Golden Valley Seniors will hold a general meeting and a celebration of their 25th Anniversary on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 2 p.m. in the Arnprior Legion Hall. Potluck. Members only. September 25 — Baby Café from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday afternoons at the Ontario Early Years Satellite (16 Edward St., Suite 112). As parents of newborn babies or little crawlers, the opportunity to connect with other parents is really important. Come and join us for a relaxed and fun playtime with your non-walking babies. For more information call 613-623-8224. September 25 — Caruso Street Park morning from 10 to 11 a.m. Join us for some good old fashioned outdoor fun at the park! Weather permitting. For more information please call 613-623-8224.
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September 25 — The Pakenham Seniors are holding their meeting on Thursday, Sept. 25, at 11 a.m. at the Pakenham Library. Everyone welcome. September 26 — The Ontario Provincial Police Chorus presents a free concert at the Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church on 116 Baskin Drive East at 8 p.m. Donations will be accepted to support the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. September 26 — Free concert in support of Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics on Friday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. at Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church at 8 p.m. Donations to Special Olympics will be welcomed. September 27 — White Lake United Church is holding a tea and dessert party fundraiser featuring the Pampered Chef. Tickets are $4 each. Call Roberta at 613623-4822 or Wendy at 613-623-6305 for more information. September 27 — The Environmental Action Council is participating in the TD Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup again this year on Sept. 27 at Robert Simpson Park. The Galilee Centre is going to be the meeting place and check-in is going to begin at 8:30 a.m. followed by the cleanup at 9 a.m. until noon. If you would like to participate in the shoreline cleanup contact Kerry Reed at 613-623-5635 or firstname.lastname@example.org . This is an open event and everyone is welcome to participate. September 27 — 2nd Arnprior Scouting invites residents from McNab-Braeside and Arnprior to join in the TD Great Canadian Shoreline Clean Up. The group will be cleaning up the Old Braeside Beach, near Red Pine Bay on Usborne Street. The clean up will run from 9 to 1 p.m. All participants are asked to register for 9 a.m. Proper closed toe footwear, gloves and hat are required. Continued on Page 9
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September 27 — The Ottawa Valley Quilters Guild invites you to ‘At Home with Quilts’ on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For $15 you may tour five west Ottawa homes showing quilted items used in the home at Maki House, 17 Leeming Dr., quilted items will be for sale with proceeds going to Roger’s House. Free Admission to Maki House comes with cake and coffee and door prizes. Tickets available at Maki House, local quilt shops, and Tour Houses. For more information contact: vpprogram@OttawaValleyQuiltersGuild.org .
October 5 — St. John’s Anglican Church, Antrim, will be hosting a 135th Anniversary Church Service. The service will take place at 10:30 am with a light lunch and fellowship following. We would like to welcome our special guests, the What’s New choir from Pakenham. Please join us, everyone is welcome to attend.
September 30, October 1, 2 — Arnprior Curling Club registration from 6 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Free instruction is available during registration week. Four-week risk-free trial period for new members. For league descriptions, fee schedule and further information contact the club at 613-623-5682 or visit website at www.arnprior.ovca.com. September 30, October 1, 2 — Youth curling registration at Arnprior Curling Club from 6 to 9 p.m.,Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Cost $60 including GST. Categories include Little Rocks (age seven to 12) and bantam/juniors (age 13 to 17). Program runs Sunday afternoons November to March from 1 to 2:30 p.m. For further information contact the club at 623-5682 or visit website at www.arnprior.ovca.com. October 1 — Diners Club at Jim’s Restaurant, on Wednesday Oct. 1. It is at 5 to 7 p.m. And it will be a Roast Turkey Dinner. $10 your tickets should be purchased by noon Sept. 30th. It will be Featuring Terry kelly & Gerald Nugent and Brad Scott. Presented by: Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home Program. 613-623-7981. October 2— Open house at the Rock Church 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., a light lunch will be served at the Rock Church, Bell Street entrance. Everyone is welcome, come meet a new friend or connect with an old one. October 2 — Grace-St.Andrew’s United Church presents a fashion show with clothes by Audrey’s in Town on Thursday Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. at the Christian Education Centre (257 John St. N.) Dessert, tea, coffee. Tickets $10 each from Unit 3, United Church Women. Call 613-6235321, 613-623-4887, or 613-623-3176. October 3 - Turkey supper with all the trimmings. Ian ‘Bun’ Malloch Hall, 5 to 7 p.m. The cost is $10 per person. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend. October 4 — Sandpoint and Braeside CWL Autumn Tea 1 to 3 p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall, Braeside, enjoy sandwiches and desserts with tea
October 5 — 100 km picnic, rain or shine, at Galilee Centre from 1 to 4 p.m. Come for the food, refreshments and live music, purchase local produce, participate in the silent auction (25 per cent of proceeds to the Renfrew County Child Poverty Action Network), make a contribution to Save The Royal Oak and to Support Galilee Centre. Enter the Save the Tree, Support Galilee campaign draw and you could win two front row tickets to see Coldplay perform at scotiabank Place). For details, please call 613-623-4242 x21. October 4 — Annual Golf and Curl season opener event will be held at Arnprior Curling Club and Madawaska Golf Club. Event begins with golf at 11 a.m. on Sumac Course (short course) with a scramble format. A six end curling game will follow at Arnprior Curling Club at 2 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m Cost is $35 without a cart. Contact Keith Bucholtz at 613-622-0415 or firstname.lastname@example.org. October 11, 12 — Expressions of Art, the West Carleton Arts Society’s annual art show and sale, will be held in the Carp Agricultural Hall, 3790 Carp Rd., over the Thanksgiving weekend. This exhibition and sale brings together over 30 area artists, showing original, high-quality art and fine crafts such as paintings, sculptures, jewelry, pottery, glass work, basketry and more. Free admission, free parking. Event runs Saturday, Oct. 11, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. October 18 — St.Andrew’s United Church, Fitzroy Harbour, lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., soup, sandwiches, squares, tea/coffee. Adults $8, children 10 and under $4 October 21 — The Arnprior & District Breast Cancer Support Group are welcoming everyone to come to the 11th Annual Buffet Dinner. Roast Beef and Turkey. 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. At the St. John Chrysostom Parish Hall. The Admission is A Good Will Donation. A community group with a great desire to help other women. For more information, call Elta Watt at 613-623-7455. October 25 — Golden Valley Seniors Harvest Moon Ball featuring Bob Montgomery’s Quartet Big Band Music Oct. 25 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at Arnprior Legion Hall. Refreshments served. Tickets, $20, available at Peebles and Arnprior Video or call Bob 613-623-8522.
leafy portrait with tendrils, vines and embellishments. Carroll’s Comfortably Shy is a landscape study of textures featuring silk fusion, top stitching and an almost hidden Kiwi bird. Carolyn Gibbs uses a design of three intertwined fish, ‘Three Fishes’ to symbolize the Trinity. Appliqué, couching, embroidery, glitter and quilting enhance the dark colours used to reinforce the symbolism of the work. Ann Dunlop set herself the task to create art from a single piece of leftover Asian theme upholstery fabric. Reading Tea Leaves uses texture to create depth and thread painting to add colour. Asian symbols, used to interpret tea leaf readings such as a kite that denotes long-life and various Chinese calligraphy images, have been incorporated. Dunlop’s piece is a very restful, meditative piece. The exhibition opens Sept. 18 and runs until Oct. 31. Meet the artists at a vernissage on Sept. 24, 7 to 9 p.m. Call Read’s 613-257-7323.
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Are you currently renting and working towards owning a home? The Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program (AHP) has committed more than $28 million to make homeownership affordable for low and moderate-income households across Ontario. The County of Renfrew is participating in this program. The Homeownership Program provides up to 10 per cent in downpayment assistance to low and moderate-income households to help with the purchase of a home in the County of Renfrew. Applicants must be renting, be at least 18 years old, have a combined household income at or below the maximum eligible gross income limit of $60,100 and have access to mortgage ﬁnancing. The selling price of the home must be at or below the average resale price. The home must be modest in size, relative to community standards. Applications will be assessed on a ﬁrst come ﬁrst serve basis. For more information or to ﬁnd out if you may qualify, contact: Renfrew County Housing Corporation Renfrew County Place 450 O’Brien Road, Suite 105 Renfrew, ON K7V 3Z2 (613) 432-3679 Or, visit our website at www.countyofrenfrew.on.ca
Emergence, the premier exhibition by a group of six eastern Ontario fibre artists, is open now at Reads Book Shop, Heritage Walk Mall, 130 Lansdowne Ave., Carleton Place. This is an exciting exhibition of art in this emerging genre. Pop, an image of red poppies created by JoAnne Zorzi, features a unique drawing technique using unspun silk fiber to draw images that are then solidified in a fusion technique. The real-life scale of red poppies on a fiery yellow/orange background makes the work sizzle. Zorzi, an accomplished artist who frequently uses this technique has exhibited in Ottawa and Toronto. “The fabric made me think of Northern Lights so that’s what I did,” said local fibre artist Sharon Collins of her work. The dark somber landscape, highlighted by a turquoise/purple sky, is composed of hand dyed and commercial batiks, organza, fabric paint and extensive thread painting. “I wanted an Earth Mother” said Barb Carroll of her Picassoesque woman Serenity captured in a woodsy
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Annual rural ramble set to showcase Renfrew County living The 14th Annual Original Rural Ramble in the Ottawa Valley is getting ready to celebrate rural living the weekend of Sept. 27 and 28. This traditional self-guided driving tour takes visitors through the various agricultural and rural operations of the scenic Ottawa Valley countryside. From watching an artist create a work of art to learning about the rich Valley heritage and culture or how to groom and tack a horse – there’s something for everyone. Sites provide visitors with the opportunity to experience rural living first-hand by offering hands-on activities, demonstrations, guided tours and much more. Unique educational and interactive experiences are available for families of all ages. Some of the things a Rambler can do this year include: visiting a farm, sugar bush, nursery or pumpkin patch; touring a museum or cave; going on a guided nature walk or fossil hunt;
touring a radio station and speaking on-air; trying your hand at pottery, embroidery, weaving, rope or butter making; carving a pumpkin, making a scarecrow, participating in a scavenger hunt or sampling delicious homebaked goods. The cost to attend the Ramble is $10 per adult and one accompanying child (under 12 years); each additional child (under 12 years) is $2. Bracelets are valid for both days and the number of sites you can visit is unlimited. Bracelets are on sale now and are available at various retail outlets located throughout Renfrew County. The Rural Ramble is organized by the Ottawa Valley Tourist Association and the Rural Ramble Committee, which is comprised of volunteers from participating sites and the agricultural community. For more information or to find out where you can purchase your bracelets, visit www.ottawavalley.org or call 1.800.757.6580.
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Apple picking at MacLaren Orchards is one of the many activities of rural life that will be showcased in the annual Rural Ramble next weekend, Sept. 27 and 28.
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Boyce birthday There was a good turnout at the open house held Sunday, Sept. 14, at Boyce Funeral Home to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the historic local business. Visitors enjoyed refreshments and displays, including the home’s antique cars that were on display. At left, owners Eldon and Cathy Smith greet guests at the open house.
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Exhibit judging in the Exhibit Hall Not open to the Public 6:00 p.m. Midway Opens - Twoonie Night Admission - Twoonies for the Troops 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. “Home Coming Night” Sponsored by Tubman Funeral Home “The Bowes Brothers” W. Erskine Johnston Arena
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Pay One Price Midway Bracelet $20 - Friday Only 9:00 a.m. Gates Open 9:30 a.m. School Fair - Ag Awareness 4-H Dairy Club Achievement Day 10:30 a.m. Eastern Regional Clydesdale Association Show Percheron Horse Association Eastern Regional Show Belgian Show 11:30 a.m. 4-H Beef Achievement Day 1:00 p.m. Holstein Heifer Show ✷ NEW THIS YEAR - ON FRIDAY, CONTINUOUS MUSIC FROM 3:00 P.M. UNTIL 11:00 P.M. Live Entertainment - Beer Gardens FEATURING: 3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Robin Averill Duo 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Northern Sons 9:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. The Good Brothers 6:30 p.m. Battle of the Bands - Ball Diamond 7:00 p.m. Horse Pull
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It’s Your Hospital campaign Funds Raised to Date: $2,700,000.00
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“SLEDHEAD” movie supporting the Partners in Caring Campaign A film crew followed the Canadian Men’s Sledge Hockey Team around for about a year and made a documentary of their quest for the World Cup this past March. The O’Brien Theater in Renfrew will show this documentary on October 6th as a fundraising event for the Partners in Caring Campaign. Tickets are $5.00 each or $15.00 for a family. If you would like to purchase tickets please call Jennifer or Gordie at 613-623-2429.
Donations to the hospital or nursing home can be made 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the Admitting/Switchboard desk. The public is invited to provide comments and suggestions about hospital and nursing home services. Please contact Cholly Boland, CEO, at 623-7962, ext. 220.
The Family Council & Grove Nursing Home present...ALZHEIMER SOCIETY INFORMATION EVENINGS Dates: Tuesday, October 14th, 2008 What is Dementia, Brain and Behaviour Tuesday, October 21st, 2008 “I’m Still Here” (DVD) - a research-based drama on Living with Dementia Tuesday, October 28th, 2008 Communication Strategies and Successful Visiting Time: 7:00pm Location: Grove Auditorium - Refreshments will be served Free public education sessions on Alzheimer’s disease. Those attending will come away with a better understanding of Dementia. For more information please contact Chris Ferguson at 613-623-7962 extension 237.
The Annual Fitness Challenge & Pumper Pull is scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 11th, 2008. For more information or to participate, please contact Doug Cavanagh, 623-1030. 184015
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End of September doesnâ€™t mean fewer programs Youth Corner
Kayla Reinert with friends while staying active. The program is held in each school on a particular day. On Tuesdays it is at John XXIII, Wednesdays are for Walter Zadow and St. Josephâ€™s students at Walter Zadow Public School, Thursdays are at A.J. Charbonneau and Fridays are at McNab PS. The program will start the week of Oct. 13 and will run until March Break. All registrations must be in at the Nick Smith Centre before Oct. 7. Space is limited in each school and registrations are on a first
come basis. Scrapbooking is coming up! Get your memories together in a beautiful, crafty scrapbook that is personalized to you! Carol Parker will be here to supply everything and anything you need to make your pictures pop. Registration forms will be available until Sunday, Sept. 21 but then registration will be closed. It is $5 for six pages. Registration is almost full for the Learn Toâ€ŚPlay Broomball program. Register now for only $5 to participate on Oct. 8. Our Leadership and Development course is filling up quick and we are only accepting a few more registrations. Learn new skills, gain experience and confidence while participating in classroom and hands on learning. The course and experience is tailored to youths interests and ideas. Registration is a $30 refundable deposit upon completion of the course. This program is open to students in grades 7 to
10 so register now. Check out our website at www.arnprior. ca/youth/intro, read our programs in the Arnprior Life book, check out our program flyer that was distributed in the schools, or pick one up at the Nick Smith Centre for information on programs! You can also visit us at the Community Awareness Day on Sept. 20 in the Arnprior Mall.
Sept. 26: Scrapbooking
Sept. 19: Hawaiian Luau Tween Dance
Sept. 27: TD Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup
Sept. 20: Arnprior Mall Community Awareness Day If you have any questions, would like to volunteer or have any ideas for a program or special event,
Oct. 13: After school program starts
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September is almost over! Youth have started school and they are in the scheme of things by now. Because the mad rush of back to school is over, the year of great sports programs are now underway. We have been bombarded with program registrations and our programs are filling up quick. Parents are urged to come in as early as possible to register for programs as there are limits on the amount of participants in each program. One particular program that is high in demand is our After School Program. This program is free to students in Arnprior schools and $10 for students in McNab Public School. It is open for anyone in grades 4 to 8 and promises to be a fun time. For an hour after school, once a week, we will be playing fun, non competitive, non traditional active games. The goal of the program is to have all youth come out and have fun
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Bluefish hope to make a splash in upcoming swim season By SHERRY HAAIMA Arnprior Weekender The new big fish of Arnprior’s swim club is no stranger to the program. June Bekker, who has been named the new head coach of the Bluefish Swim Club, has been coaching in the entry-level program for close to 10 years. The level two rated competitive swimming instructor is enthusiastic about the upcoming season. “Well, I’m really, really looking forward to it,” says Bekker. She hopes to get the word out about the program in time for swimmers to drop in to the Monday, Sept. 22, registration. The organization is comprised of three levels: the entry-level Sears I Can Swim Program; the Junior Bluefish Swim Club, an introduction to competitive swimming; and the Bluefish Swim Club, the competitive team. All three offer valuable instruction, says Bekker. “We’re going to try to provide the kids with an excellent opportunity in the competitive program as well as the junior levels,” she says. When Bekker was approached to take over the position, it was an easy decision. “When they asked me I said, ‘Sure, I have a couple of ideas in
my head.’” Bekker succeeds past head coach of the 25-year-old club, Bette Rowe, who had been coaching for “just about the duration of those years,” says Bekker. Looking ahead to the season, Bekker says she hopes to equip the swimmers with some new training equipment. “I really want to see these kids have the best opportunity they can get.” One of the new “toys” is called a water snake and uses resistance to train the swimmers, she explains. Other new equipment includes hand paddles and specialized flutterboards. The club has been struggling somewhat in recent years to maintain membership and the hope is that a healthy registration will help solidify the program. Bekker points out swimming is an activity that can help athletes train for any sport. Along with the health benefits of swimming is the safety factor. Youth with solid skills in the water are far less likely to have an accident. “From a parent’s perspective, it makes a lot of sense to join,” says Bekker. Involvement now can lead to continued healthy activity. ”Once you start swimming as a youngster it’s a lifelong sport,” she says.
“It’s such a good healthy sport.” This summer’s Olympics in Beijing, which included American Michael Phelps’ incredible medal tally, certainly helped raise the profile of swimming, says Bekker. “He put swimming on the map,” she says. The sport doesn’t require hundreds of dollars of equipment, either, says Bekker. “All you need are a swimsuit and a pair of goggles.” Registration costs are reasonable, too, when you think about, she says. “To be able to go to swim four or five times a week, that’s a pretty good deal.” Bekker even invites potential swimmers to try out the program for a week before signing up for the season. “Give it a try,” she says. The Bluefish are involved in approximately six competitions each year, most of which are located in the area. “Usually two of them are out of town, the rest are local to Ottawa and the Valley.” Registration for the Sears I Can Swim (9 a.m. to 9 p.m.) and Bluefish (6 to 9 p.m.) swim clubs takes place on Monday, Sept. 22, at the Nick Smith Centre. For more information on the Bluefish program call 613-6232395 or visit www.arnpriorbluefish.com.
Photo by SHERRY HAAIMA
June Bekker, the new coach of the Arnprior Bluefish Swim Club, hopes to see lots of new members at the upcoming registration on Sept. 22 at the Nick Smith Centre.
Riding program brings home medals from Parasport Games By SUSAN CRESSY Special to the Weekender
Three riders from the Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program competed in the 2008 Ontario ParaSport Summer Games in Toronto on July 26. In addition to the para-equestrian there were 131 athletes participating in boccia, powerlifting, goalball, athletics and wheelchair tennis with some athletes qualifying for the Paralympics in Beijing. Twenty-one riders from all over Ontario competed in the discipline of dressage at the Community Association for Riding for the Disabled in Toronto. Tim Dack of Almonte, Amber Walker from Kinburn and Jennifer Young of Carleton Place worked hard with their coach and instructor Cindy Duffy to prepare for the event where they rode a walk/trot dressage test in the entry level division. Congratulations to Dack who brought home the gold medal in his division and to Walker and Young who tied for the bronze —
Coach Cindy Duffy and Amber Walker, Tim Dack and Jennifer Young travelled to Toronto for the Ontario ParaSport Summer Games. Dack won silver. Walker and Young tied for bronze. a great accomplishment for each of them. Dack was also chosen from amongst all the riders who were competing to receive an Award of Merit. Many of you know Dack from his fundraising efforts for the Therapeutic Riding Program. Every year he bikes and hikes around the neighborhood to
raise money for the Ride-a-Thon and last year he broke his record once again and collected over $8000 in pledges. Dack is the only rider who has been with the program since it began 22 years ago. He began riding at age nine and now he owns his own horses, which he cares for on his farm
with his brother Arthur. Dack is an example of the progress that can be made when the focus is on abilities of each individual person. He is also an avid skier with the Mount Pakenham Adapted Skiing Program. Young doesn’t let the fact that she is legally blind get in her way as she sets high goals for herself in both riding and skiing. She volunteers at two thrift shops in Carleton Place and lives independently in the community. Walker loves all things equestrian and has an amazing memory for facts and statistics that relate not only to horses but a wide range of knowledge that she has gleaned from her love of reading. Her dream is to own her own horse and to care for it on her property in Kinburn. There are more than 135 riders in the Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program who range in age from two to 72 years old and come from, not only Lanark County but Renfrew, Arnprior, Orleans, Ottawa, Kanata, Westport and all over the Ottawa Valley .
The riders have a wide range of abilities and therapeutic riding is a holistic way to approach rehabilitation, therapy and recreation. When a young rider begins in the program, riding skills are not necessarily the focus. They may be working on balance, co-ordination, speech and communication, social skills, cognitive development and attention span. This is accomplished by activities on the horse, including some basic gymnastic positions, games and activities that make learning fun. More than 65 dedicated volunteers lead the horses and walk beside the riders to give them support and encouragement. The gentle horses provide the riders with a unique experience with their rhythmical movement and calm acceptance of their passengers. When these young riders are given the opportunity to achieve success at their own pace, confidence and self esteem grow and maybe someday they will be competing at a provincial horse show. Visit www.therapeuticriding. ca or call 613-257-7121, ext. 236.
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Sign up for curling, wrestling
Golfing for CHEO Winners of the seventh annual Mitchell Blimkie Memorial Golf Tournament, held Sept. 6 at Mountain Creek, are, from left, Robin McGuey, Richard Beaubien, Mel Brooks and John McGuey. The event raised almost $5,000 this year, with the entire total nearing the $30,000 mark. Below Chad Whitelock watches as Taylor Whitelock gets set to tee off.
YOUTH CURLING ROCKS! Registration for the Little Rocks program at the Arnprior Curling Club will be held at the open house on Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2, from 6 to 9 p.m. Kids seven to 12 and 13 to 17 can come on out and give curling a try. Cost for the season is $60 and the program will run on Sunday afternoons November to March from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Minimal equipment required: clean running shoes, a fleece jacket or vest and hockey helmets for young children. For information visit www.arnprior.ovca.com or contact the club at 623-5682. The Arnprior Curling Club is located at 15 Gavin St. in Arnprior (near the fairgrounds).
WRESTLING Registration for the Arnprior Amateur Wrestling Club will be held on Oct. 6 at the Kenwood Athletic Centre from 7 to 8:30 p.m. New members, please bring a copy of your birth certificate. Club members will put on a demonstration during the registration.
Photo by TERRY BOLAND
Beginning in October in conjunction with the Kenwood Athletic Centre, the Ottawa Valley Soccer Academy will be offering elite training for youth in the Ottawa Valley, with a mission to develop technical excellence, vision, creativity and fitness in young players. With 35 years playing and coaching experience in Europe and North America, head instructor Nathan Woods, (Ontario Soccer Association senior coach), brings his vast knowledge of the game down to the grass roots level to help local soccer players from the Ottawa Valley, maximize their potential. As a graduate of the Ontario Soccer Association U16 soccer program and ex-member of the Canadian Forces National Soccer Team, winning the 1998 Amateur World Cup in the Netherlands, Woods understands what it takes to train and play at a high level. As a current coach in the Eastern Region Soccer League with Ottawa Valley United, he sees the need to keep local emerging soccer talents on the ball over the winter months and through years of coaching, has developed an indoor program which will enhance and build technical, tactical, physical and mental facets of the game. Sessions will be broken down into two 10week blocks consisting of intense one hour training sessions, encompassing all facets of the beautiful game. Sessions will be offered to boys U13 (born 1995 and earlier) and boys U10 (born 1998 and earlier) beginning in October. Spaces are limited (maximum 12 per age group) so pre-registration is being offered now. (Cost is $100 per 10 week block). A girls program will be offered if there is interest. For more information contact Nathan Woods at 613623-9616 or e-mail at email@example.com .
Ottawa Valley Soccer Academy on the way
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Local Valley Concert Group performs for hospital fundraiser By CHERYL BRINK Arnprior Weekender
The Partners in Caring Campaign will have at least $500 added to its coffers on Thursday, October 9, when the Valley Concert Group is the fundraising entertainment. The Director of Music for the band, Keith Estabrooks, said they offered to do the concert for free to help the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital with its emergency room renovations. “It’s a very worthwhile cause,” he said. “At one time or another everyone is going to use the hospital.” Tickets are $10 for the two-hour show, which will be at the Christian Education Centre on 257 John St. North. Estabrooks said
The 35-plus piece band is based in Arnprior, and practices at the Legion here, but has members from across the Ottawa valley and all different careers and musical backgrounds.
STARTING WEEK OF OCT. 6th 10 WEEKS IN ARNPRIOR TUESDAYS – October 7 to December 16 (no class November 11) - John XXIII School, 7 - 8:30 p.m., beginner WEDNESDAYS – October 8 to December 17 (no class November 12) - Arnprior Library, 9 - 10:30 a.m., all levels THURSDAYS - October 9 to December 18 (no class November 13) - John XXIII School, 7 - 8:30 p.m., all levels Please register at Nick Smith Centre AT GRACEWOOD – 6076 CARP ROAD (between Kinburn and Galetta Sideroads) MONDAYS – October 6 to December 8 - 9 - 10:40 a.m., all levels, $140 WEDNESDAYS - October 8 to December 17 (no class November 12) - 7 - 8:40 p.m., all levels $140 SUNDAYS - October 12 - December 14 (no classes Nov. 16, Dec. 7) - 9 - 11:30 a.m., “series 1, 2, 3”, 8 weeks only - $140 Please register in person or 613-832-0560
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come as far as Ottawa, Pembroke and Shawville to the central location in Arnprior. He said they play every kind of music from military marches to Broadway songs and TV show themes. The band has recorded four CDs and played during a dinner for Prince Edward on Parliament Hill. “Arnprior is very lucky to even have this group,” said Estabrooks. The concert is open to anyone; Estabrooks said he hopes the hall is packed for the hospital’s benefit. “Hopefully people will show up,” he said. “It’s a good thing to do.”
AUCTION SALE DU MANOIR MOTORS INC. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2008 at 9:30 a.m. for
Travel Hwy. 17 5 km west of Deep River (Point Alexander) to 34429 Hwy. 17 Case 580C back hoe; 1986 Ford 350 truck; 1995 Chev. 4 WD truck c/w cap and steel rack; I.H.C. B414 tractor c/w cab, loader and snow blower; gas pressure washer; riding lawn mowers; 4 outboard motors; electric pipe threaders, cutters and dies; pontoon boat; freezers and refrigerators; assortment of power and hand tools, and many more good quality items. BUSINESS CLOSING — EVERYTHING SELLS Hope you can be with us! Check website for more details. STEWART’S AUCTIONS — Cobden, Ont. 613-646-7649 www.revelstewart.com 249006
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FITNESS CLASSES (12 WEEK - LOW IMPACT)
Christian Education Centre (John St.) MORNING CLASSES (9:30 - 10:30) Begins: September 22nd, 2008 Monday - Wednesday - Friday (Stretch)
Sunday, September 21, 2008 Speaker 8:00 a.m. service - Rev. Leo Hughes White Lake Choir
EVENING CLASSES (7pm - 8pm) Begins: September 29th, 2008 Monday - Thursday 1x /wk 2x /wk 3x /wk Drop in
7:30 p.m. service - Rev. Leo Hughes Pakenham Junior Choir EVERYONE IS WELCOME 248361
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the mayor has already promised to purchase 50 tickets, which means $500 for the campaign. “Everyone is getting on board with this,” said Estabrooks, adding the hall can probably fit about 300 people. The band, formed in 1897, includes about 35 musicians from all backgrounds and experience – some are professionals while some are just looking for a place to have fun with music. Estabrooks said the group faithfully attends practice every Thursday night at the Legion branch 174 – who also sponsors the concert group. Some
$72.00 $140.00 $200.00 $8.00
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TD honours customers with Longest Hours contest TD Canada Trust had a Longest Hours Campaign to show their customers they appreciate their business and to say thank you. The campaign ran from June 20 to July 20 being the longest day of the year, and TD Canada Trust offering the longest banking hours, they kicked off with refreshments and cake for all. Each week they had a different reward day where the first 75 clients received free giveaways. As well each week they had a draw for great prizes. Below are the contest winners.
Branch manager Sandra Coker, left, with Ruth Sawdon (winner of portable DVD player).
Branch manager Sandra Coker with Michael McKay (winner of digital camera).
Customer service manager Sharon Chesworth, right, with Candace Galkowski (winner of Playstation).
Branch manager Sandra Coker, left, with Larry Brydges (winner of $250 Sears gift card).
Customer service representative Marie Shank, right, with Lois Belisle (winner of digital camcorder). Customer service manager Sharon Chesworth, left, with Kelly Lebrun (winner of digital picture frame).
At the contest end, all ballots were entered into a draw for a barbecue basket. Above, customer service manager Sharon Chesworth, right, with basket winner Megan Smith.
Weâ€™re Talkinâ€™ Turkey! TURKEY RAFFLE! Be sure to get your copy of the Arnprior Chronicle Tuesday, Sept. 23rd, 2008 for your ballot YOU COULD WIN 1 OF 30 "Home Grown Turkeys" raised by Carol and Peter Neill R.R.#2, Arnprior 613-623-8802
Draw to take place October 3rd Ballots available at The Arnprior Chronicle Office 116 John St. North 248959
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T, C & T SALE Tables, Chairs and Tableware Just in Time for Thanksgiving Dinner
30% Discount ANTIQUES etcetera 28 Elgin St. W. - Downtown Arnprior Sale Ends October 12, 2008 250539
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27th, 2008 10:00 A.M. SHARP For LOIS GARLAND to be held at her home located at 8174 Jock Trail, Richmond, Ontario. Antique dining room suite – 12 press back chairs, extension table, buffet hutch; Dough Box; Flat to the wall cupboard; Antique Musket; Crocks; Planer; Wood lathe; Drill press; Tools; Wrenches; 1886 Wicker Baby Cradle; Sherlock Manning Piano etc. etc. Photos by SELENA BASTIEN
This is not a large sale but it is a very good sale – everything is in excellent condition. Terms: Cash or cheque with ID
ADHS spirit week with a sticky twist This week was spirit week at Arnprior District High School with a number of theme days including duct tape day, held Tuesday. Above left, Robert Burns stops to pose for a snap shot in his duct tape finery and right, Kyle Acres shows a smiley face before walking into his class. The fun week of back to school activities culminates today (Friday, Sept. 19) with a red and white day, pep rally, pig skin parade and football games beginning at 1 p.m. at Oattes Field.
Refreshments by St. John’s Anglican Church (might even be homemade pies)
Auctioneer: John J. O`Neill 613-832-2503 www.oneillsauctions.ca Owner or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident. 249808
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It pays to shop in Arnprior!
Photo by JASON MARSHALL
Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital Partners in Caring and foundation board member John Carkner accepts a cheque from Jack and Faith Bird.
Jack and Faith’s No Frills donates $2,800 to Partners in Caring Jack and Faith’s No Frills has donated $2,800 to the Partners in Caring Campaign to renovate the emergency department at Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital. The funds were raised during the ‘Give a little, help a lot’ campaign that ran for a week in September. Customers were asked to add $2 on their grocery bill. The customer’s contribution was $1,354 with owners Jack and Faith Bird matching the funds and rounding it up to $2,800. “This is one more part of the Arnprior community stepping up to help the Partners in Caring campaign succeed. We thank Jack, Faith and their customers for supporting the hospital. We look forward to their continued support,” said John Carkner, Partners in Caring Campaign Team member and foundation board member “We wanted to be a part of the hospital fundraising in some way. We realize the importance of updating the emergency room at the Arnprior hospital and we are happy to be able to give back to our community,” said the Birds.
Gleness Lapensee has a reason to smile after winning a laptop computer for shopping at the mall in Arnprior. Her name was drawn Sept. 6 as part of the Back to School shopping campaign. Arnprior Merchants Association members Brian Stashick, from left, Wayne Carroll and Peter Mosseau made the presentation.
Keep Your Shopping Dollars in Arnprior
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OFA releases zone election results
Forty days for Life campaign set to begin The following is a release from the Calabogie/Renfrew Pro-Life Association. In 2004 in a small Texan town in the United States, a young man by the name of Shawn Carney gathered with three other individuals to organize the first ever 40 Days for Life Campaign. Since that first campaign in 2004, this movement has rapidly spread across that country and this year has crossed the border into Canada. It is good news for pro-life advocates. What is 40 Days for Life? It is a peaceful and prayerful vigil held in front of an abortion facility for 40 days and nights. Beginning Sept. 24 through Nov. 2, simultaneous campaigns will be held from coast to coast in 170 communities across the United States and three capital cities in Canada – Toronto, Ottawa and Halifax. This movement in the United States has had tremendous success and has seen the closure of abortion clinics in some states and a reduction in the number of abortions at other clinics. This movement’s primary objective is to see an end to abortion and it strives to accomplish this through a threefold initiative of prayer and fasting, peaceful vigil in front of an abortion facility and community outreach, teaching others about the detrimental effects of abortion on women and society as a whole. This movement is a simple but basic idea meant to save lives and to change hearts. It is completely non-judgmental and nonviolent. It is an opportunity to bring people together who share the same beliefs and hopes in seeing an end to abortion. We are called to be faithful witnesses to what we profess and believe to be true and that is that abortion is a grave evil and must be abolished. There have been grave injustices in our world throughout history. Human slavery and the Holocaust come to mind as
two of the worst injustices in the history of mankind. There is always a turning point that eventually leads to the end of a grave injustice; it is written in history books. That will happen with abortion too some day and this 40 Days for Life Campaign might just be the turning point which will affect an end to the atrocious injustice being perpetrated on the innocent in the womb on a daily basis. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said that: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” This movement might well prove to be challenging and controversial, but remember it will be peaceful and prayerful and with time and repeated vigils it can turn the tide in the battle to end abortion. We cannot fail as we have truth and justice on our side. Sometimes God uses ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary things. So don’t be afraid to be part of this extraordinary movement and go down in history as one of the first in Canada to plant a seed and see it grow into the eventual death of abortion. In the Bible when God sought change or a transformation, it often was accomplished over a period of 40 days of prayer and fasting. This vigil will be in effect for 40 days 24 hours per day. Anyone who wishes to participate in the 40 Days for Life Campaign in Ottawa can join others in front of the Morgantaler abortion clinic at 65 Bank St. (corner of Bank and Sparks). There will always be someone there to guide newcomers 24 hours per day. When we are given an opportunity to make a difference, the onus is on us to take action. Won’t you take a few hours of your time in defence of the unborn? Praying for an end to abortion over the desig-
convention. The successful candidates are: Zone 1, Essex and Kent — Ralph Brodie; Zone 2, Grey and Bruce — Paul Wettlaufer; Zone 3, Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk — Wendy Omvlee; Zone 4, Elgin and Oxford — Mark Wales; Zone 5, Hamilton/Wentworth, Halton, Niagara North and South- voting continues until Sept. 19; Zone 6, Lambton and Middlesex- Don McCabe; Zone 8, Arnprior, Lanark, Ottawa and RenfrewDebra Pretty- Straathof; Zone 9, Dufferin, Waterloo and Wellington- Mark Reusser; Zone 10, Durham, Peterborough and Victoria/Haliburton — Bruce Webster; Zone 11, Grenville, Frontenac, Dundas and Leeds – Eleanor Renaud; Zone 12, Hastings, Lennox and Addington, Northumberland and Prince Edward – Bette Jean Crews.
The ballots have been counted and with one exception the Ontario Federation of Agriculture knows who will represent the 15 zones on the new board. The exception is the Hamilton-Wentworth Zone where an initial ballot delivery problem means OFA members there had until Sept. 19 to mark and return their ballots. Four zone directors were elected by acclamation at the close of nominations: Joe Vermunt for Huron and Perth; Keith Currie for Simcoe, York and Peel; Alex Ferguson for Prescott, Russell, Stormont, and Glengarry; and Ken Tomlinson for Northern Ontario. The successful candidates will be joined by three at-large directors to be elected at the 2008 annual meeting of the OFA in Toronto as part of the OFA
nated 40 days is certainly an option for anyone who cannot attend the vigil. To learn more about the 40 Days for Life Campaign or for more information, contact 40 Days for Life leadership team/ Ottawa, Nicole Campbell or Paul Lauzon at 613729-0379 or the Campaign Life Coalition website at www.40daysforlifeottawa. gmail.com.
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West Carleton songbird launches first CD By SARAH TRANT Arnprior Weekender
Kelly Ann Wilson is 17. Like many others in her age group she lives at home with her family, attends school at ‘West’, and dreams about the future. But the resemblance ends there because not many teenagers can claim to achieving one of their longest held and most hoped for dreams; but this is exactly what has happened to Kelly Ann who, at the Kinburn Community Centre on Saturday Sept. 20, will be launching her first CD of 12 songs with words and music written (with the exception of just two “which I co-wrote with my dad”) by her. It’s said that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. This is certainly the case with Kelly Ann whose grandmother, Helen Wilson, is a well-known author of a number of books and whose father, Bill and his group, Local Traffic, has a stellar reputation as an entertainer and musician of note up and down the valley. Kelly Ann can’t remem-
Photo by SARAH TRANT
Kelly Ann Wilson will be releasing her first CD on Sept. 20 at the Kinburn Community Centre ber a time when “I wasn’t writing. Short stories, poems, stuff like that. I guess I started the minute I could read and write.” Music came a little later. She was eight when she got her first guitar and
although she took a few lessons, “I guess I just took to it plus I got a lot of help from my dad!” The album, Sunshine gets its name from a song that she wrote when she was just 10. “I wrote it for
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my aunt who had cancer,” she explains. “It was something special I wanted to do for her
to give her hope.” The choice of songs for the CD wasn’t easy, given the fact that there were more than 300 songs from which to select the most appropriate. Kelly Ann explains she “Tried to get a good mix and I think we got a good balance. The album’s got sad songs, and happy songs, and one or two just sort of thoughtful songs.” Classified under ‘thoughtful’ would be Boots — the song Kelly Ann wrote for her grandfather who passed away just months ago. “My family means a lot to me,” she says quietly. “I guess I’m just a country girl with country values but I know without the love and support of my family and my friends — old and new — I wouldn’t have been able to come this far.” The CD also draws from the rich creative talent that is a trademark of the Ottawa Valley. The musicians — all friends and fellow performers:
recording facilities as well a great technical support and assistance from Constant Sound studios in Constance Bay; and the CD package made possible through the photographic sensitivity and genius of Krista Plattenburg, Brenda Deugo Mills and Katie MacLauren. Over a year in the making by far the hardest step was the first one — to find a studio suitable to work with Kelly Ann’s country style. “We were really, really lucky when we found Constant Sound,” says Kelly Ann. Doors open at 7 and the show starts at 7.30 p.m. with an airing of the CD followed by an evening of live music from dad, Bill Wilson and “our musical friends” as Kelly Ann puts it. Copies of the CD may be purchased for $15 each. Entrance will be by donation, with all proceeds going to the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital’s Partner’s in Caring program.
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Toastmasters program designed for personal success By FRED SCHUCK Toastmasters How many people have heard of Toastmasters? Do you know what Toastmasters is all about? It’s a small group of people, in relation to the world population, who know of this incredible organization called Toastmasters. Toastmasters are dedicated individuals, who by choice, actively participate in effective communication training. Toastmasters International empowers people to achieve their full potential and realize their dreams. Through our member clubs, people throughout the world can improve their communication and leadership skills and find the courage to change no
matter what background. Today, I would like to take the opportunity to talk about a few key points to give you a clearer understanding, why toastmasters could benefit you. Toastmasters is not a service club, it is an organization designed for individuals success. To be successful, weather in our personal or professional lives, we need to raise the level of understanding, become team players, enhance self confidence and raise someone’s courage. Those who effectively communicate will have an advantage. Over the past 70 years more than 3 million people have benefited from the proactive and user friendly educational structure, in a totally stress free and
no pressure environment. Professionally designed training manuals guides us though the skill objectives, enhanced with very positive evaluations/feedback, allowing members to absorb suggestions and recommendation which will lift them to the next level in communication. The power of encouragement, a key point in Toastmasters, will help develop a person, who perhaps has been shouldering the pressure of shyness, lack of self confidence and low self esteem, into a more productive, inspired and positive human being. Who joins Toastmasters? Nurses, equipment operators, medical professionals, secretaries, self
employed people, farmers etc., etc., people from diverse cultural, professional and educational background, who aspire to enhance their: 1) listening skills, for better understanding with colleague and clients 2) presentation skills, be more effective workshop facilitator and discussion leader, learning to speak from manuals with time limitations 3) confidence and selfassuredness Those who have the ability to effectively and professionally present themselves perhaps are the leaders of tomorrow. We meet at the Arnprior hospital second floor in the outpatient training room. Fred can be reached at 720-9228.
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SERVICES !!A-1!! DUMP RUNS/ GRASS CUTTING/ Moving available with trailer. Branches, small tree removal. Buying/Repairing, Removing unwanted appliances, (small fee). Support Your Locals, Fast Service. Marc 613-623-9768. *RAILINGS, WROUGHT Iron, low maintenance, will build to suit, low rates, seniors discount, free estimates. Also welding lessons, given Saturdays etc. Certiﬁcate Course, tax deductible. 613-432-7932. ANTIQUES etcetera. Featuring wonderful antique and vintage furniture, tableware, cutlery, gifts, ﬁgurines, mailboxes, inuksuks, cutting boards, moccasins, etc. 28 Elgin Street. Arnprior 613-622-0611
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COMING EVENTS COMING EVENTS 3rd ANNUAL GIANT PUMPKIN WEIGH-OFF on Saturday, September 27, at noon at Hugli’s Blueberry Ranch in Pembroke. See pumpkins weighing over 1000 pounds compete for big prizes. Don’t miss the Giant Pumpkin Boat Races on Sunday, September 28th at 1pm. All part of Hugli’s Fall Family Fun Activities. 6 acre Corn Maze Opens September 20. More info at www.blueberryranch.ca or call 613-638-1288
BERRY FUND RAISER: Frozen Blueberries 2kg@$17, Raspberries 2.5kg@$25 (limited • quantities); Cranberries • 2kg@$15. Order by Oct 1st, pickup Saturday, Cory 613-622-5780 Oct 25th, 10:30am. St. cell 613-859-1056 Andrew’s United Church, SEND A LOAD to the Fitzroy Harbour. To ordump cheap. Clean up der call Wendy, 613832-0794. clutter, garage-sale, leftover’s or leaf and yard waste. 613-256-4613 FALL SCHOOL TOURS-- Huglis BlueTREE TRIMMING, berry Ranch in Pemhedge and brush removbroke is now taking al. Chipped on site or bookings for their educatrucked away. Lot & tional and fun school brush clearing. Outdoor tours. Kindergarten furnace wood. We offer Grade 4. Info at reasonable rates. Call www.blueberryranch.ca Greg 613-623-4068. or call 613-638-1288 WILL PICK UP & REMOVE any unwanted IRISH CONCERT: cars, trucks, boats, the Makem and snowmobiles, lawnSpain Brothers tractors, snowblowers, etc. Cash paid for some. Centrepointe Theatre, Peter, All Purpose October 15, 8 pm. Towing. 613-797-2315, North America’s top Irish folk group deliver 613-560-9042 rousing Irish songs in www.allpurpose.4-you.ca the Clancy/Makem tradition. Superb muHOUSE sicians and great choCLEANING ruses. Tickets: CenA F F O R D A B L E ter pointetheatre.com S P R I N G / S U M M E R or 1-866-752-5231 Cleaning (window cleaning available) Week- JAMIESON TRAVEL & l y / B i - We e k l y / M o n t h l y. TOURS: Winter 2009 Professional insured ser- Tours, Mexico: Escourtvices. A+ Sylvia’s House ed -Mayan Riviera Feb., Cleaning. All your quality Hawaii, Costa Rica, Aricleaning needs. Carle- zona, Argentina/Chile ton Place/Stittsville/Mun- various dates. Alaska ster/Kanata/Almonte/and Land and Cruise -May, surrounding areas. Also Australia/New Zea613-259-2146. land & Fiji Oct. 2009,
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CLEAN SWEEPS has openings for new clients starting immediately. Call 613-623-5359
NOTICE REPORT AGGRESSIVE DRIVERS--who cut off pedestrians crossing on the WALK signal. Get the licence number and call: 1-888-310-1122 OPP
and 2010 Passion Play in Oberammergau Germany including Italy, Austria and Switzerland! Visit www.jamiesontravel.com or call for itineraries. 613-582-7011 or toll free 1-888-582-7011. OPEN HOUSE SEPTEMBER 19, 20 AND 21 Fall and Winter line of Fashion Call 613-6230011 for details
ST. JACOBS / TORONTO Shopping: Nov. 7-9, Unique stores and great deals for Christmas Shopping! Vaughan Mills Mall (with Pro Bass Outdoor Centre and outlets), St. Jacobs farmers market and village of St. Jacobs, Toronto’s Yorkdale Mall, Call for tour details. Jamieson Travel & Tours Toll Free 1-888-582-7011, Local 613-582-7011. www.jamiesontravel.com
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336 FAIRBROOK Cres. Arnprior, Saturday Sept STONE FENCE THEA- 20th. Furniture, pictures, TRE presents Fall Supper baby items, TV, VCR etc Theatre: “An Ottawa Valley Kitchen Party featuring 398 JOHN STREET N, Tales of Benny Afelskie”, Building C, Sat. Sept. Friday and Saturday, Sept 20, 8 - 12, Household 26 - October 25, except items, clothing, books, items, movies, Thanksgiving weekend, baby Killaloe Lions. Tickets are CD’s, etc. Fundraiser for $$$ SECURITY S.H.A.R.E. Arnprior going fast. $40 +GST. GUARDS $$$ Community Mental 613-757-1001, Health, a support group No Experience Needed. Toll-free 1-866-310-1004 Offered for people with depres- Full Training www.stonefence.ca 613-228-2813 sion, anxiety, etc. www.ironhorsegroup.com 4169 HIGHLAND RD AUCTIONS (old Waba Rd) Waba, 5200 watt generator, **BE ADVISED THAT ﬁshﬁnder, trolling motor, NO ONE MAY ASK truck cap, baby/chil- YOU FOR YOUR SOINSURANCE dren’s items, etc. Sept CIAL NUMBER UNLESS 20 . 8am-1pm FOR UPCOMING THEY ARE PAYING AUCTIONS: Riﬂes, 4346 ARMITAGE DUN- YOU TAXABLE INShotguns, Hand- ROBIN. Saturday Sep- COME OR YOU PAY guns, Ammunition, tember 20, 9am Electric TAXES TO THEM. Military Medals, mower, patio furniture, Edged Weapons. gas weed whacker, dog BRUCE MECHANICAL As Estate Special- crates, ﬂoor lamp, LTD. ists we manage the books, glassware, sale of ﬁrearms dishes and kitchenware. Has an immediate with expired certiﬁopening for a HVAC cates. Call Paul @ 45 SEVENTH AVENUE technician. Minimum Switzer’s Auction, Arnprior, Sat. Sept. 20th, requirements are an 613-332-5581 or 8am - Something for 800-693-2609 or everyone; ofﬁce desk & OBT2, G2 and a clean driving record. email info@switzer- chair, gas dryer, clothes sauction.com for a 56 TIERNEY St. S, Arn- Please Call: Bruce at 613-832-7823 consultation. Watch prior, Saturday Septemfor updated listings ber 20th, 8-1. Lots of or fax your resume to 613-623-7645 at: www.switzers baby items for sale. Mulauction.com ti-family sale
Next Sales: October 25th and February 7th.
Has an immediate opening for a HVAC Sales Professional. Must have 5 years sales experience in home services. Please Call: Bruce at 613-832-7823 or fax your resume to 613-623-7645 CAREGIVER DUTIES, ADMINISTER bedside and personal care, aid client in bathing and other aspects of personal hygiene, no experience needed, $13.50 to start, mail resume 1050 Goshen Rd RR1 Renfrew On K7V 3Z4 CONSTRUCTION LABOURERS required immediately. Must have own Transportation, Driver’s license, WHMIS, Fall Protection & Conﬁned Space. $18/hr. Phone 613-223-2303 EDUCATOR NEEDED for Kindergarten room in growing childcare centre. Early Childhood Education diploma required, experience an asset. West Carleton Kids’ Korner is the area’s only licensed childcare facility. If you enjoy working with children in a fun, nurturing environment, we would like to meet you! Send resumes by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to 5670 Carp Rd., Kinburn, ON K9A 2H0 WANT out of your ofﬁce job? CEO income. Work from home. Wendy 1-800-801-8948
ANTIQUE IRONWORK & serving pieces, home & holiday decor. Reno materials, fabric, toys, GARAGE SALES gardening treasures & tools. 126 Jessie St. PaYARD SALES kenham. Friday 3-7pm 1538 McLACHLAN Road and Saturday 8am-noon White Lake. Sat. Sept. GOSHEN 20th 9:30am-3:30pm. FLEA MARKET Quality items, large powis open for the season er tools; bandsaw, belt every Sunday 8a.m.sander, wood lathe. 4p.m. 12km east of Hand tools, welding Renfrew, 18km west of items, plumber tools. Arnprior. Highway 17 exit McCallum Drive. 154 OTTAWA ST., Arn- 432-6228. prior. Friday, Sept 19th 1-8, Saturday, Sept 20th YARD SALE, FRIDAY 8-12. Tools, building ma- Sept. 19th, 2-6pm, Satterials, music, books, urday, Sept 20th 8-4pm. ﬁshing, CD’s, tapes, 105 Renfrew Street, Pakenham something for everyone.
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GENERAL LABOURER required to work around gravel pit, yard and garage. Full time position, no experience necessary, must be non-smoker, Apply in person 9-4 weekdays only. Nesbitt Aggregates, 1766 Lochwinnoch Road, Renfrew, 613-432-5764.
HOMEWORKERS NEEDED!! To assemble products, stufﬁng envelopes, mailing/processing circulars, on-line computer work available. Up to $1,500/week, no experience needed! Free information at www.Jobs-WorkConnection.com Reference 3-100.
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Please send your resume to: Harry Lane 1000 Olympic Drive, Pembroke, Ont. K8A 6X7 or email email@example.com
MATURE MALE REQUIRED for busy furniture store. Duties include: heavy lifting and warehouse work, delivery and customer service. Requirements: clean driving record essential, 15-35 hours a week required. Good customer service skills. Please call for interview. Resume preferred 613623-4859
HOUSE CLEANING Company presently seeking supervisor-manager, full-time. Must have car. $11.00/hour + $250/month car allowances. 613-860-0436. Career and franchise opportunities available. OTTAWA’S LARGEST Landscaping Company pays $100-$500 DAILY for outdoor Summer work. Hiring honest, energetic individuals to ﬁll our many Summer positions. Email: springmasters@hotmail. com SMALL COMPANY is seeking a Reliable and Energetic person for Production work. Will train. Apply to Box ‘D’, c/o The Arnprior Chronicle 116 John St. N., Arnprior, ONT K7S 2N6
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KI Pembroke, a World Class ISO certiﬁed manufacturer of steel ﬁling and storage ofﬁce furniture is searching for part time industrial or mechanical engineers. Successful candidates will be hired on a contract basis. When applying please indicate Contract Engineer on your cover letter or resume.
RICHMOND BASED landscaping company requires an experienced landscape maintenance foreman and labourers for winter and summer work. Must have own transportation. Please email resume randcequipment@ to xplornet.com
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Exciting opportunities in Ottawa! Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home Program Inc.
HELP WANTED We are recruiting people with snow blowers or snow plows to be ready to help our clients remove snow this winter. Having a snow blower and means to transport it is preferred. Call Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home at 613-7981 and ask for Jill. CL11835
FAST growing Communications Company Seeking Ofﬁce and Warehouse Assistant. Prospective applicants would be required to perform the following duties but not limited to:
• • • • • • • •
Front line reception Customer service/satisfaction. Tech support assistance through our network of Certiﬁed Installation technicians. Ofﬁce/Warehouse management Inventory control and management Inside sales of products and services Quality control inspections Paperwork processing Open/close ofﬁce 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday
Ranked #1 by JD Power and Associates for customer satisfaction 3 years in a row, Mattamy Homes is Canada's largest new home construction and development firm with operations in Canada and the United States. We are currently seeking dedicated, customer service focused, and energetic professionals to manage and assist in the day-to-day operations of warranty service and homeowner service requests. Mattamy's Ottawa Division has experienced explosive growth and is currently looking for qualified candidates for the following positions…
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‘AZ’ Transit Driver You will drive trains or single trailers from the Ottawa Depot to Milton or drop sites/depots for pick-up by sales service teams. As well, you will return to Ottawa with a full set of trains from Milton or the depots.
Required Qualifications: • Must be able to work overnight shifts • Able to work under minimal supervision • Must have a valid ‘AZ’ licence and a clean driver’s abstract • Previous experience driving A&B trains is preferred • Competitive wages
‘AZ’ Sales Service Delivery Driver You will make scheduled deliveries and handle merchandise for customers in the Ontario city regions based out of our Ottawa Depot – you’re home every night.
Required Qualifications: • Must have a valid ‘AZ’ licence and a clean driver’s abstract • Must be conscientious of offering quality service to clients • Must be in good physical condition and enjoy manual work • Competitive wages
REQUIREMENTS Grade 12 diploma Basic computer skills Microsoft Word and Excel Simply Accounting would be an asset, not req’d Self starter/well organized Good people skills Problem solving
Only qualified candidates will be contacted. Please send your resume and drivers abstract if applicable, to: 2999 James Snow Parkway, Milton, ON L9T 5G4 e-mail: GreatJobsMilton@gfscanada.com Fax: 905-864-3842
Wage to be discussed and based on skill level. 6 month Bonus and discount on products/services we carry. Please send resume to Admin@scheelcommunications.com fax to 613-623-9992 WWW.SCHEELCOMMUNICATIONS.COM
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Start your Sales and Marketing Career With Ottawa Region Media Group as a
Experience the excitement of the aerospace industry in a rural setting!
Reporter, Perth Ottawa Region Media Group, a division of Metroland Media Group Ltd., is seeking an energetic, driven individual to join our editorial team at The Perth Courier/Perth Courier Weekender. Responsibilities include: - Covering local assignments and reporting local news. - Photography assignments. - Layout using Adobe InDesign. - Strong communication, time management and organizational skills. - The ability to work in a fast-paced, deadlineoriented work environment. - The ability to be part of an innovative and competitive team. - Reliable transportation is required. Some weekend and evening work will be required, however time off will be given for time worked. - The ideal applicant will have a degree or diploma in journalism at the post-secondary level or workplace equivalent.
HALEY INDUSTRIES LIMITED
Junior Advertising Sales Representative
For over 50 years, Haley Industries Limited has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry.
We are seeking a highly motivated recent graduate of (marketing/design/advertising) to begin their career with us! This is a ground ﬂoor opportunity to learn and grow with one of Canada’s largest publishers. The ideal candidate will demonstrate advertising acumen in conventional and web based environments. You must have enthusiasm, conﬁdence, energy and a desire to help retail businesses grow their customer base by advertising in this community paper! You are prepared to engage in this entry level position with a positive outlook, and with an eye to the future. Sales experience in retail or direct outbound environment is essential as is a reliable automobile.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. All résumés will be kept on ﬁle for future consideration.
Interested applicants should forward their résumé at their earliest convenience to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please email your CV to Doug Large at email@example.com
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Job Title: District Service Representative
Job Title: Reporter - Full Time Department: Editorial, Arnprior, ON
to an interview will be contacted. No telephone inquiries please. Please forward resume to: Haley Industries Limited 634 Magnesium Road Haley, Ontario Canada K0J 1Y0 Fax: (613-432-0743) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CL11870
PEMBROKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC. L’HOPITAL REGIONAL DE PEMBROKE INC.
We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
This is a challenging role that requires an enthusiastic and energetic individual who is a self starter with strong communication, organizational, computer and problem solving skills. Experience is not necessary as on-the-job training will be provided for the right candidate.
The Ottawa Region Media Group, a division of Metroland Media Group Ltd. is seeking an energetic, driven individual to join our editorial team at the Arnprior Chronicle Guide/ Weekender/West Carleton Review Weekender.
Position Accountabilities: • The successful candidate will be responsible the delivery of community newspapers, and be responsible for delivery of downed routes. • Address customer concerns in a timely and professional manner • Proﬁcient in Microsoft Word, Excel etc. • Must have a valid driver’s license, and provide his/her own transportation.
• A journalism diploma or degree • Excellent news reporting and writing skills • Strong news judgment plus the passion of covering stories that matter • The conﬁdence, self-motivation, experience and understanding of a newspaper environment and how important it is in meeting tight deadlines • Strong copy editing skills • A team player spirit in the newsroom and present a positive image to the community • Reliable transportation • The ﬂexibility to work some evenings and weekends
We thank all applicants, but only those invited
Join our Health Care Team at Pembroke Regional Hospital working with a multidisciplinary team, within the scope of Registered Nurse Extended Class (RNEC) scope of practice. The RNEC will assist in the reduction of wait times and contribute to positive patient outcomes and improve patient satisfaction.
Department: Renfrew, Full Time
Interested and qualiﬁed candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to the attention of Caedi Zaine at caedi.zaine@ metroland.com / Fax: 613-224-2265
We offer a competitive salary and beneﬁts package including: Major Medical, Dental and Short Term Disability.
Pembroke Regional Hospital, located 150 km northwest of Ottawa, is a 180 bed regional acute care hospital offering a variety of acute and ambulatory care services including medicine, surgery, maternal and child care, regional mental health care, regional rehabilitation, emergency and intensive care. Our state of the art digital diagnostic imaging department offers a wide variety of diagnostic modalities including CT and nuclear medicine.
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What we can offer: • We offer competitive compensation package including mileage allowance • Comprehensive beneﬁts package • We offer rewarding opportunities for development and advancement
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Competencies, Skills Competencies: Action oriented, Drive for Results, Composure, Customer Focus, Creativity, Learning on the Fly, Time Management • Excellent attention to detail • Ability to build and develop effective relationships within the team and with carriers • Strong communication skills • Exceptional customer service skills • Solid organizational skills and time management skills with the ability to multi-task • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dead-line oriented environment
Located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley west of Renfrew there is an immediate opening for a:
The Successful Candidate will have:
Additional Assets include: • The ability to take news/feature photos when on assignment • Experience covering municipal council/news • Knowledge of Arnprior and/West Carleton Region • Knowledge or experience in page layout • The ability to contribute to a newspaper website • Experience using Adobe InDesign Interested and qualiﬁed candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to the attention of Regional Managing Editor, Jason Marshall, no later than Friday, September 5th, 2008. email@example.com / Fax: 613-2242265. Late submissions will not be accepted. While we appreciate the interest of all candidates, only those receiving an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please. Thank you. CL11407
* one (1) Registered Nurse Extended Class (RNEC) to work in collaboration with Renfrew County health care partners as part of a mobile interdisciplinary team in a geriatric community intervention program. This position is offered on a Full-time basis. * one (1) Registered Nurse Extended Class (RNEC) to work in the Emergency Department. This position is offered on a Regular Part-time basis with 0.5 FTE commitment. REQUIREMENTS: • Current Certiﬁcate of competence as a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario with Extended Class designation • Current CPR Certiﬁcation • Valid Class G Driver’s License and access to a vehicle • Advance knowledge and decision-making skills in health assessment, diagnosis, therapeutics, health care management • Demonstrated organizational and problems solving skills • Demonstrated excellence in leadership, critical thinking, communication and inter-personal skills • Demonstrated ability to assess, investigate, diagnose and treat patients as an independent practitioner and in a collaborative model working with Emergency Care Team • Demonstrated ability to work in a leadership role with an interdisciplinary team • Individuals must be available to work all shifts including weekends. ASSETS (preferred on hiring): • Master’s degree in nursing or a related discipline • Two years of current clinical experience as a Registered Nurse Extended Class • Pediatric experience or pediatric courses • Certiﬁcate Program in Gerontology or CAN certiﬁcation • PIECES training • Geriatric assessor training • Bilingualism (English/French) Qualified candidates should submit their resumes by Friday, September 26, 2008 to: Human Resources, Pembroke Regional Hospital, 705 Mackay Street, Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 1G8. FAX: (613) 732-6348 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org We thank all candidates for applying, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be acknowledged. An equal opportunity employer / Visit our Website www.pemreghos.org CL11801
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Asten Johnson serves the paper industry as a manufacturer of paper machine clothing. We are now seeking an industrial millwright for our Kanata plant.
Maintenance Technician SECURITY GUARDS wanted. Full and Part-Time positions available, great pay, and no experience necessary. 613-721-8200
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Toss it, SELL IT. Why send that lamp to the curb? Find a new home for it through the Classifieds. Area buyers and sellers use the Classifieds every week. Besides, someone out there needs to see the light.
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Please join us in celebrating
Gracie’s 70th birthday!
To Apply: Fax or e-mail your resume to Human Resources at 613.592.9358 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LOTS OF LOVE
We appreciate all expressed interest in this position. Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Nana and Grandpa
OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, September 28th, 2008 at the Arnprior Fire Hall from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. LOVE — Your family, Raymond, Mark & Christine Best Wishes only please
OUR LITTLE SQUIGGLER IS 1 YEAR OLD Sept 20th WE LOVE YOU Mommy & Daddy XOXO
PEMBROKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC. L’HOPITAL REGIONAL DE PEMBROKE INC.
Pembroke Regional Hospital, located 150 km northwest of Ottawa, is a 180 bed regional acute care hospital offering a variety of acute and ambulatory care services including medicine, surgery, maternal and child care, regional mental health care, regional rehabilitation, emergency and intensive care. Our state of the art digital diagnostic imaging department offers a wide variety of diagnostic modalities including CT and nuclear medicine. We are currently recruiting for the following position: Two (2) Code Coordinators to work in the Community Mental Health Program - Renfrew County. These positions are offered on a Casual basis. REQUIREMENTS: • Individuals must be available to work all shifts including weekends. • Minimum grade 12 education • Experience as a mental health consumer • Demonstrated fiscal and budgetary responsibility • Leadership in planning and facilitating social recreational and life skills opportunities for peers • Ability to provide peer support to the program members • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills • Demonstrated leadership skills • Effective problem-solving skills • Demonstrated knowledge regarding symptoms of severe mental illness • Self motivated and ability to motivate others • Demonstrated knowledge of community of Renfrew County and issues concerning individuals living with serious mental illness. • Demonstrated computer software application skills • Demonstrated ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality ASSET: • Bilingualism (English/French) • Post secondary education • Courses related to mental health • Valid class G drivers license Qualified candidates should submit their resumes by Friday, September 26, 2008 to: Human Resources, Pembroke Regional Hospital, 705 Mackay Street, Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 1G8. FAX: (613) 732-6348 or e-mail email@example.com We thank all candidates for applying, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be acknowledged. An equal opportunity employer/ Visit our Website www.pemreghos.org CL11857
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• Millwright / Industrial Mechanic schooling / license or equivalent • 3-5 years experience conducting maintenance on machinery in an industrial environment • General machine shop knowledge (drilling, tap/die, measuring tools, etc) • Welding, milling machine, lathe • Hydraulics & pneumatics • Basic electrical / control system knowledge (circuits, sensors, etc.) • Positive attitude, good interpersonal skills & work habits • Ability to work shift-work (24/7 plant)
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TERRACE YOUTH RESIDENTIAL SVCS Is seeking to hire Part time Child and Youth Workers for our homes in the West End area of Ottawa. CYW Certiﬁcate an asset, experience in Field is asset. Will prepare reports, appraise clients needs, implement life skills workshops, food prep, supervise & train staff. Must be able to work under pressure, have great oral communication, be able to multitask, critical thinking be a great team player. Must have your own car. Send resume to 613831-9877 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Happy 8th Birthday
From a Litlle Girl to a Young Lady.
Happy 1st Birthday Sept 18, 2008 to the latest “Toner Boy” ANDREW ROSS TONER
Happy Birthday Kelsey
SCOTT, Lenard & Lois
In loving memory of dear parents and grandparents Lois, (passed away September 23, 1988) and Lenard (passed away November 9, 2001).
September 13, 2001
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.
A special smile, a special face, And in my heart, a special place, No words I speak can ever say, How much I miss you every day. A friend, Caroline
IN MEMORIAMS BROADBENT, Doreen TRAFFORD, William In loving memory of Doreen Broadbent, Sept. 20, 1952 to June 30, 2002 and William (Bill) Trafford, Nov 4, 1924 to Sept 24, 1981. If we could have one lifetime wish One dream that could come true We’d ask with all our hearts For yesterday and you. Always missing you, Dolores (mom), girls and families
Keith, Linda, Barrie, Bruce and families
Lots of Love, Lost your keys, wallet, or just about anything else that is smaller than a breadbasket?
Mommy, Daddy, Jessica & Ryland
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The inserter positions involve inserting materials into newspapers. Day or evening shifts from Monday to Thursday. We offer approximately 19-29 hours per week. The successful applicants will be energetic self starters with solid organizational abilities, attention to detail and will work well as part of a team. Full training will be provided.
Send Resume to: Ping King, Mailroom Supervisor 80 Colonnade Rd., Suite 5 Ottawa, ON, K2E 7L2 Email: email@example.com. Or by fax 613-224-2265 The Ottawa Region Media Group, a division of Metroland is as equal opportunity employer. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please. All resumes will be kept on ﬁle for future consideration. CL11817
“Sandy” Sept. 19, 1938 - Sept. 13, 2008 Life long farmer, Clay Bank Suddenly in Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital on the morning of Saturday, September 13, 2008, Sandy Holbein of RR 3, Arnprior in his 70th year. Beloved husband of Marjorie (Rodger) Holbein. Dear father of Alex and Heather both at home. Dear brother of Marian Holbein of RR 3, Arnprior, Grace (Don) Pruden of Carleton Place and Alice (Sam) Saunders of Ottawa. Predeceased by a sister Margaret. Dear uncle of Shawn and Mark (Melissa) Saunders of Ottawa. Dear brother-in-law of Bev Love (late Don) of Arnprior. Son of the late Alex Holbein and Leeta Levi. Rested at The Boyce Funeral Home, Chapel Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel St. N., Arnprior where family and friends paid their respects on Tuesday 2-4 p.m., 7 - 9 p.m. and after 12 noon Wednesday. Funeral service was held in The Boyce Chapel Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Bruce Donald ofﬁciating. Interment White Lake Community Cemetery. In memoriams to the Elgin Street Baptist Church would be appreciated by his family. Condolences / Tributes at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
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Did you know that one in five Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime? Mental illness and addiction are more common than you think, yet the ignorance and shame associated with these diseases often prevent those who need it most from getting help. To learn more about mental illness in Canada, visit www.miaw.ca. Face it. Mental illness concerns us all.
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Graduated in the spring 2008 from St. Lawrence College (Kingston) in Advanced Business Administration - Human Resources Hayley is currently employed with the Federal Government - Department of National Defence (Human Resources) in Kingston, Ontario. Congratulations Hayley, we are very proud of your achievements! LOVE — Mom, Dad & Daniel
Call 613-623-6571 for details. LAUGHLIN - GIBSON Suzanne and Don Laughlin are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Amanda to Keni Gibson, son of Pat and Dennis Gibson of Kemptville, Ontario. Wedding to take place June 6, 2009 at St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, Fitzroy Harbour, Ontario.
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Pet evacuation plan: are you ready? New Orleans, Texas, Florida, etc. are being ravaged from this season of hurricanes. If our area was hit with an emergency or you had a disaster at home like a fire, flood or family emergency would you be prepared? The one thing we all learned from Hurricane Katrina that hit New Orleans the government, local government and the humane societies were not prepared to deal with the influx of pets throughout the evacuation process. During the summer of 2007 we witnessed many families who perished in the wild fires of California because they would not leave without their beloved four-legged family members. One family held out in their swimming pool as they watched their house go up in flames. We need a plan! Do you have one? Do you have an escape route out of your home? Do you have a place to house your pets in the event of an emergency? Do you have flashlights and batteries? Do you have a battery powered radio? Do you have a first aid kit for your pets? Do you have a list of emergency phone numbers? Is your cell phone charged? Do you have extra cash hidden somewhere in case of an emergency and have you made sure that your gas tank is full? Do you have bottled water? Do you have your pet’s medication? Sounds a bit melodra-
IAN STUPP matic but in the event of an emergency you will appreciate the advanced preparation. More and more we are seeing power outages, harsh winters and hotter than normal summers. We need to be more proactive. FALL GROOMING Now is the time to make sure dog and cat coats are being readied for the winter months. Make sure that their undercoats are removed and that they are completely dematted. If the undercoats are matted well into the winter months your pet may end up naked right in the middle of a cold snap. Do your homework! Just a couple of hours a week of combing will help to remove the undercoat before it gets all tangled up. If you want to bath your pet in the cooler months, no problem, just make sure that they are dried completely, all the
shampoo has been rinsed away and please do not bath dogs or cats that are matted. Introducing water to a matted coat will only make the matting worse. If you’re not up to dematting your pet yourself then speak to a professional pet groomer. Flea prevention is not necessary at this time of year unless we get an Indian summer that will be hot and humid. In that case one more month of prevention would be recommended. If you find that you have fleas at this time of year than it is more likely that your pet was in contact with another flea infected pet or you had fleas over the summer and did not effectively remove them from your home. As it gets colder fleas will be looking to keep warm and a hearty blood meal. GROOMER WITH HUMOUR Animal lover Anne, who was not married, said to her friend, “My dog snores, the parrot swears, the cat stays out all night with the ladies, and the pet skunk stinks up the house. Why in heaven’s name do I need a husband?” Ian owns and operates Wags and Whiskers Pet Grooming and Puppy Kindergarten 118 John St. N., Arnprior, for comments or suggestions Ian can be reached at 613-623-6200 or wagswhiskers@hotmail. com .
Best Start survey helps develop local programs for children The County of Renfrew Best Start Network is committed to providing parents with easier access to and understanding of children’s services across the County. Since August 2005, agencies serving children ages 0 to 6 in Renfrew County have formed the Best Start Network. Their focus has been on development of creating a better system of information and access to services for children throughout the County of Renfrew. In an effort to help parents better understand the ages and stages of children, the Best Start Network has created a brochure that will contain the Nipissing District Developmental Screen and contact information on services available for children in the area in which they live. The Nipissing is an easy tool for parents and caregivers to use and has been
made available for free to all residents in Ontario through the provincial Best Start initiative. The tool is designed to help parents recognize areas of concern with their child’s development in a simple format. The initial stage of distribution will occur this month as all junior and senior kindergarten students in the four school boards throughout the county will be bringing home a brochure. In October the brochure will be available along with a Nipissing for ages 18 months to all families throughout the County of Renfrew in areas where families frequent (pharmacies, libraries, schools, day cares). Parents can access the Nipissing District Developmental Screen on line at www.ndds.ca .
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Paying yourself first principle ensures financial goals are met rized contribution (PAC) plans for both Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs) and non-registered investments. Money is automatically deducted from your banking account and transferred into common stocks, mutual funds or other investments. PAC plans let you transfer funds at a frequency you choose – typically weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or quarterly.
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NEW LISTING Immaculate 4 bedroom, 2 storey home. Gas heat, Central Air, Formal living & dining rooms. Large eat-in kitchen, 2 staircases. MLS#706544
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The Rockport, Lot 135B – $212,900 1100 SqFt Adult Style Bungalow, 2 Beds, 2 Baths, Concrete Porch, Main Floor Laundry, Open Concept
The Brooklyn, 135A RHS – $223,900 1380 SqFt Adult Style Bungalow, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, Walk-In Shower, Walk-In Closet, Main Floor Laundry
Visit our Ofﬁce and Model Open Seven Days a Week. Monday – Friday 8am - 4 pm. Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4pm. Web Site: www.mcewanhomes.com 246792
NEW HOME WhiteLake, 3 bedroom Hi-ranch. Choose you own colours & kitchen, Full basement including another bedroom, bath and family room. MLS#698918
NEW LISTING Custom built 1 year old, 2 storey home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, gas heat, central air, hardwood ﬂoors on main ﬂoor. Full unﬁnished basement. MLS#706556
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BRAESIDE All brick 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home, hardwood ﬂoors, main ﬂoor laundry, fully ﬁnished walk-out basement, large Garage and workshop. MLS#693699
WATERFRONT Estate Lot on the shores of WhiteLake features 3 year round homes. Main home has been custom built featuring 3 bedrms, formal living & dining rooms, 3 baths, loads of character. MLS#700780 0 90 9, 4 $4
BUNGALOW Large 4 bedroom bungalow, 5 minutes from town, 3 car garage, ﬁnished basement, inground pool, main ﬂoor family room with ﬁreplace, 4 baths. Very Private. MLS#701982
COLDWELL BANKER VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE
Page 34 - The Arnprior Weekender - September 19, 2008 FINANCIAL FOCUS From Page 34 Of course, if you don’t have the money to pay yourself first, you’ll have to find it. With a little financial repositioning you can strike a happy balance between today’s needs and tomorrow’s goals. First, figure out how much you
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BOB LARSEN Sales Rep
Independently Owned & Operated Brokerage
375 DANIEL ST. SOUTH, 143 ELGIN ST. WEST, ARNPRIOR SHOPPING CENTRE ARNPRIOR
Sandee Rosien* Erin Rosien*
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1643 RIVER ROAD, BRAESIDE MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF THE OTTAWA RIVER
6081 Hazeldean Rd. Stittsville, ON K2S 189
$163,900 A wonderful 2 br, 2 bath home with new siding & roof, (sep 08), & updated windows. Close to school, churches and shopping, this is a perfect home for a young couple. Loads of period features. MLS#706649
1200 Acres Development Land Ottawa West Access to Three rivers Ideal for Resort
KARGUS Real Estate Inc. Brokerage
$259,900 Gorgeous home with great expanse of windows offers panoramic view of the Ottawa River and beyond! Built in 1990 around an historic limestone kiln, the design has made use of the existing stone with the warmth of pine on walls and ﬂooring, resulting in a very unique interior. Spiral staircase and superb cabinetry throughout. All principal rooms are bright and spacious. Two BRms; 2 Bathrms. FirePlace in both LRm. and MBRm. The awesome view from the Observatory on the 3rd level would stir the imagination of any artist or astronomer --- you be the judge! Move in condition -- All appliances included. Backs on to golf course. On paved road. Call Bob for an appt. 613-623-7239. MLS#701565
SUNDAY, SEPT 21, 2-4 PM 57 CHRIS LANE (Just off Calabogie Rd. near Burnstown) Only 7 kms from Hwy 17. Watch for signs. Waterfront 2+2 br. $399,900 MLS#706340
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Phone: 613.622.7931 Cell: 613.797.9109 Fax: 613.622.0449
Your Hometown Experts!! Town Centre Realty Ltd. BROKERAGE 201 Daniel St. S., Arnprior
Denis Lacroix Broker of Record
Cindy Toner Broker
Bernice Horne Broker
Direct Line: 613-296-5352
www.bernicehorne.com (613) 601-1040
Mike Labelle Sales Rep Direct Line: 613-797-0202
Monica Fergusson Sales Rep Direct Line: 613-795-1639
Lori Johnston & Lisa McLachlan Broker Sales Rep
Gerry Pulcine Sales Rep
Paula Hartwick Sales Rep
Direct Line: 613-797-6994 gerry.pulcine@ sympatico.ca
Direct Line: 613-858-4851 www.PaulaHartwick.com
Direct Line:613-860-8200 www.LoriJohnston.ca
FOR LEASE R SE FO LEA B SU
• Lots of options for this location • Lessee motivated • Bring an offer!
LOTS FOR SALE • Riverfront lot on Madawaska River - 200 ft. frontage - 1.25 acres MLS #684436 - $219,000 • Lakefront lot on Calabogie Lake - 175 ft. frontage - 3.5 acres MLS #702371 - $190,000 • Two x 1 acre lots in "The Maples" subdivision on the Highlands Golf Course in Calabogie MLS #684481 & #684483 $59,900 each • 2 acre building lot in high end subdivision, overlooking Ottawa River, minutes to golf course MLS #705995 - $139,900
W NE ICE PR
• Great family home with large fenced-in corner yard • Oak cabinets in kitchen with built-in appliances • New 3-sided gas fireplace • Upgraded flooring in kitchen/living room • Patio doors to large rear deck
Call Mike for details
• Charming, older home on very large lot. Log construction covered with siding • Newer windows, wood floors, huge eat-in kitchen with all appliances and lots of counterspace • Main floor laundry
• Unique opportunity • Transform into your haven by the river • Roof replaced and other upgrades done • Walkout basement • Come see, inside and out!
• Approx. 86 acre lot with existing barn • Rolling hills in the back with forested area • Close to Burnstown, the beach, Calabogie ski area, Renfrew and Arnprior • Have the best of all worlds!
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• Satisfying quality throughout • 3 bedroom townhome • Master features ensuite and walk-in closet • Occupancy: January 2009 • Buy now and choose your options
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Spacious bungalow on fringe of town Private, large rear yard Living room, main floor family room Lower level rec room 2 car attached garage w/ woodstove Screened in porch at rear of house Easy drive to 417 for commuters
• Lovely brick bungalow boasts large eat-in kitchen • 3 spacious bedrooms, full basement, wood-burning fireplace, central air and patio doors to back deck • 30 minutes to Ottawa • Minutes to Highway 417
• Let nature surround you in this 3 bedroom chalet-style bungalow • 3.5 acres of woodland overlooking Madawaska River • Wrap-around deck, perennial gardens, private location • Just minutes to golfing, ATV trails, watersports or downhill skiing • 1 hour to Kanata
• Recently updated 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, on large lot • Double, heated and insulated garage • New kitchen • New main floor powder room • Large master with walk-in closet • Gorgeous yard with pond, close to town
Call Denis or Monica
• Spacious 3-bedroom bungalow with den, family room w/ built-in bar, cozy fireplace, vaulted ceilings & screened-in porch • Freshly painted with new flooring throughout. Detached workshop plus carport. New septic system to be installed.
$334,900 W G NE TIN S LI
• Recently remodelled log home w/ approx. 10 acres near Burnstown • Large eat-in country kitchen with appliances included • 2 full baths • Main floor family room • Peace and quiet, yet close to amenities
• Gorgeous family home, close to schools and shopping • 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors • Porcelain tile in the foyer/kitchen, birch cabinets in kitchen with handy island • In-ground heated pool and landscaped rear yard – A pleasure to show.
MLS#707458 Call Denis or Monica
AGENT ON DUTY ON DUTY THIS WEEKEND
Bernice Horne • 200 ft. of waterfront on Madawaska • Open concept, 2+ bedroom, log-style home • Pine finished interior walls and floors • Fully furnished, a great family retreat • 2 3-room guest bunkies
• Waterfront home on Madawaska River • 101 ft. on river with sand beach, minutes to Centennial Lake • Built 2008, open concept, hardwood floors, 15' vaulted ceilings in great room with dramatic ledgestone fireplace
• Ottawa River waterfront home • Custom built, 3 large bedrooms/ 4 baths. Spacious covered wraparound verandah. Over-sized garage with 14' ceilings. Virtual tour online.
• 130 acres of mature trees with trails • Natural stone exterior, double garage • 4 very spacious bedrooms/ 3 baths • Detached, heated hobby/ workshop • Virtual tour online
• Stunning, hand-crafted log home on the shores of the Madawaska • 220’ of sand beach and 2.23 acres of manicured grounds with vineyard • 10” pegged red pine ﬂooring, ﬁeldstone ﬁreplace, vaulted ceilings and 700 sq ft of multi-decking • Wired garage with loft and potting shed
Broker Direct Line: 613-601-1040
Ofﬁce Open Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm Drop in for a chat!
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COLDWELL BANKER VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE www.coldwellbanker.ca or mls.ca W N E T IN G S I L
Mike & Donna Defalco Sales Rep/Broker 613-623-7303
21 FAIRHAVEN PLACE Brand new, custom-built bungalow. 1600 sq ft on main level. Ceramic, wood, covered deck, fireplace, 3 baths, 2+2 bedrooms, garage with entry to home. $369,900. Call Mike or Donna Defalco, 613-623-7303
W NE ICE PR
Bill Dunlop, Broker of Record 613-623-4032
Cliff Judd & Susan Judd Sales Representatives 613-868-2659
96 ACRES PAKENHAM AREA Build your dream home with loads of room to roam and privacy galore. $299,000. Call Cliff 613-552-0166
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12 PINERIDGE ROAD 3 bedroom, 2 storey family home. Main floor family, formal dining rm, rec room. Garage with entry to home. Private country lot. $303,900. Contact the Defalcos
STITTSVILLE Stunning Home backing onto Parklands 3 + 2 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, double car garage, and fireplace. $339,900 Call Bill
BE YOUR OWN BOSS Clydesville store & home. Successful business on major highway. Has lottery tickets, convenience store items, ice, propane exchange. Gas tanks are installed. Vendor may assist in financing. $269,000. Call Cliff, 613-868-2659
SUNDAY, SEPT. 21, 2-3:30 PM 290 ALBERT STREET In town, cute 2 bedroom. Nice location. $124,900. Call Mike or Donna Defalco.
WATERFRONT FARM Mississippi Mills, 72 acres, over 1 mile of shoreline, home & numerous outbuildings. $975,000 Call the Defalcos 613-623-7303
PRETTY COUNTRY LOCATION Near public school. Modular with addition. Attractive covered porch, beautiful lot, great for starting out. $139,900. MLS#702798. Call Mike or Donna Defalco.
LARGE BUILDING LOT Town of Arnprior. 75’x165’ MLS#702063. $69,900. Contact Mike or Donna Defalco. 613-6237303
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3 BR BUNGALOW in Braeside. Mint Collection. Call Bill. $129,900
ENJOY THE OUTDOORS Solitude on 1 acre, yet minutes to Arnprior. Call Bill. $129,900 MLS#695071
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RETIREMENT LIVING ON WHITE LAKE Spotless & spacious 2 bedroom in Glenalee Park. $109,900. Call Mike or Donna Defalco. MLS#705859
ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW on 4.45 acre lot in McNab Twp. double-sided fireplace, radiant heating, ceramic, 2 baths, wood trim. Built-in appliances, detached double garage, nice location, paved road, built in 2001. $299,900.MLS#707294. Contact Mike or Donna Defalco.
D L O S Large, in-town building lot. Serviced. Excellent Area. $67,900. Call Bill
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME on 1 acre country lot. Pool, decking, 2 sided fireplace, detached garage. MLS#698394 $330,000. Call Mike or Donna Defalco. 613-623-7303
D L O S WATERFRONT COTTAGE on White Lake. 1 + acres lot. Private Boat access. $99,900. Call Bill
KENWOOD CENTRE OFFICE FOR LEASE 328 NIEMAN DR. BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on 2 treed acres. Private setting, quiet street. 40x60 workshop. $329,000. Call Cliff, 613-868-2659
MOTEL FOR SALE PEMBROKE AREA. $299,900. Successful business, owner retiring. Now is your chance. Call Cliff 613-868-2659.
Ground floor, lots of parking, lots of renovations make this office look great. Good lease in place. great floor plan. Call Cliff, 613-868-2659
193 ACRES To call your own. Lovely 3 bedroom bungalow with outbuildings and trails. Call Cliff 613-868-2659 MLS#684111
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Monica Scopie Broker 613-623-4629
GREAT STARTER OR RETIREMENT BUNGALOW Immaculate condition. Open concept kitchen/livingroom. Large rec room & Office area in basement. Private fenced back yard. Comes with 5 appliances, central air, gas heat, oversized single garage. Asking $159,900 MLS#696183
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Cheryl Richardson-Burnie Broker 613-623-9222
WATER ACCESS McLarens Landing , 3 bedroom, 2 baths, main ﬂoor den, large eat-in kithchen, sunroom, formal living and dining rooms with ﬁr eplace also deeded beach access. MLS#704194
CUSTOM-BUILT 2 bedroom, 1½ bath bungalow on 1.78 acre lot, near Griffith. Walking distance to boat launch on Centennial Lake. Beautiful wood finishing on interior. Detached 20’x24’ garage. Move to your own piece of Paradise. $139,000 MLS#699942
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WATERFRONT Goregous 1 acres lot on the Ottawa River at Sandpoint. 2 cottages on the property, well & septic, very private. MLS#705009
SUNDAY, SEPT 21, 2-4 PM 5093 HIGHWAY 17 Located on the fringe of Arnprior. 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Great space inside & out. Come see on Sunday. $174,900 MLS#701257
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BRAESIDE, AFFORDABLE living 2 storey home, 3 bedrooms, living room with ﬁreplace, 2 baths, eat-in kitchen, large yard with garage & storage sheds. MLS#701015
OPPORTUNITY to be your own Boss. Buy this well-established Bakery/Bistro business and building in the heart of Arnprior. Great character with original wood floors, charming brick walls, antique French doors. great potential for expansion. Asking $369,000.
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ARNPRIOR, GROVE AREA 2 + 1 bedrooms, 2 storey home, eat-in kitchen, formal dining & living room. Home has been extensively renovated. Large lot for in town with workshop. MLS#699328
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE to downtown 3 bedroom, 2 storey home. Main ﬂoor laundry, 2 full Baths, den, dining room & living room, eat-in kitchen. large garage & workshop. Nicely landscaped. MLS#702671
LOVELY 1 YEAR OLD bungalow semi, in the heart of town. Open concept, full basement, tons of room. Single car garage, fenced yard. MLS#698051
Donna Nych, Broker 613-623-7836
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MAKE AN OFFER! 2 steel Bldings., 25x25 + 30x40 open hanger.Must be moved @ Buyers expense. Call Jenn. MLS#706563.
182 ARTHUR ST. ARNPRIOR Stunning 4 bedroom, 2 storey with all the bells & whistles including a new 6 man hot tub backing onto a ravine. A MUST SEE! Immediate Possession. MLS#696236 $429,900.
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Beautifully restored turn of the century home. In friendly Village of Kinburn. 4 Bedrooms. Only $205,000. Call Jenn. MLS#693842.
35 MOORE ST., ARNPRIOR Great starter or retirement home. Gas heat, central air, laminate flrs., dbl. garage and a deep, private lot. $139,900 MLS#697862 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!
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EXCELLENT COMMUNITY Spacious, well-kept 3 Bedroom Bungalow. Pine flooring in living room and dining room. Decking, Nice Lot. Workshop in Basement. Only $169,900 MLS#704378 Call Jenn for Details.
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259 THREE MILE BAY RD. WHITE LAKE Renovated with taste & quality in mind on White Lake. $289,500 MLS#697862
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EXCEUTIVE BUNGALOW 2 + 1 Bedrooms, Hardwood floors, Tile, Super sized heated & insulated. Yours for $255,000 Call Jenn. MLS#697947
LOTS • BONNECHERE RIVER : 1.5 acres. Navigable to the Ottawa River. $89,500 offers. MLS#678304 • COBDEN: Affordable building lot, serviced. Right in the Village. $24,900 offers. MLS#677964. Financing available on these lots. OAC
TORBOLTON RIDGE 105 Acres. Million Dollar View! $299,900
FITZROY HARBOUR 135 Acres. Mature Bush. Established Fields. Only $188,700 250090
Jenn Spratt, Broker 613-623-4846
Huge Country Sized Lot. Large eat in kitchen. 3-4 Bedrooms. New Bathroom. Kinburn. Only $179,900. Call Jenn. MLS#706412.
23 RIVER RIDGE CR. ARNPRIOR Beautiful 2+1 bedroom bungalow backing onto a ravine. A pleasure to show! MLS#696907. $359,900.
2509 RIVER ROAD 2 bedrooms, 1½ baths, View of & access to the Ottawa River. New furnace, new central air. All on 2.43 acres. Large 2 storey workshop included. $189,900 MLS#699478
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SUNDAY, SEPT. 21, 2-3 PM 186 EDWARD ST., ARNPRIOR Spacious 3 bedroom 1/2 Double with many upgrades including H.W. flrs in the L.R., crown mouldings, upgraded baths, C.A., beautiful 3 season sunroom and a lovely fenced-in yard! Bring your handyman skills for the basement! $169,500 MLS#704287
BEAUTIFULLY TREED 2 acre building lot. Very private, located close to Kinburn. Easy access to Hwy 417. Minutes to Scotiabank Place.
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