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A memorial baseball tournament will be held next month to honour the memory of YRP Const. Garrett Styles who was killed during a traffic stop last year.
Thanks to some fractured tiles, the pool area at the new leisure centre will be shut down for repairs next month. Localized tile fractures in the change rooms became evident not long after occupancy, the town explained via a media release last week. The tiles in question were replaced right away under the warranty provisions in the contract, but, over time, more tiles fractured and it was discovered that the problem extended into the pool area as well. Salter Pilon Architecture, the facility’s architect, and MHPM, its project manager, have worked out a solution with the contractor, Aquicon Construction, on the town’s behalf. As a result, the pool area will be closed for five weeks, from Sept. 1 to Oct. 8, to allow for the re-tiling of the pool deck and the floors in three of the facility’s change rooms. See page 8
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Downtown Bradford was packed Saturday for Carrot Fest 2012. The event’s organizers estimate that more than 45,000 people came out to partake in the annual celebration of all things carrot. This year’s festival boasted more than 300 vendors and introduced two new busker pitches.
Carrot Fest 2012 draws big crowd BY SEAN PEARCE
Bradford was bustling Saturday as Carrot Fest 2012 took to the streets in the downtown core. All in all, this year’s event went extremely well, said the town’s leisure events and marketing programmer Joe Lotto. There were no major issues over the course of the day, he said, adding Carrot Fest 2012 was likely the biggest and best yet.
“Last year, we had about 45,000 people pass through, but we’re estimating that we had more than that this time around,” Mr. Lotto said. “The streets were absolutely packed until about 5 or 6 (p.m.) at least.” And there was no shortage of things for all of those people to see and do as Carrot Fest 2012
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definitely had something for everyone. More than 300 vendors were set up at booths along Holland Street and Barrie Street and the Bradford and District Memorial Community Centre played host to the Gable Bros. Midway, the Ontario DockDogs competition, wrestling and the Carrot Fest Artists Walk. On top of that, the main stage was the place to be to catch all sorts of talented acts from far and wide and wandering street performers also helped keep the crowds entertained. The two new busker pitches, in the Century 21 parking lot and out in front of the court house, were big draws as well, Mr. Lotto added. “Every year we try to improve it by doing something different,” he said. “This year we added the two new busker pitches and it seems like those were a big hit with people.” Thankfully, all of those people that flocked to this year’s Carrot Fest were apparently on their best behavior. South Simcoe Police reports that there were no incidents directly related to the event. “Carrot Fest was very quiet and uneventful. We did have paid duty officers at both beer tents,” Staff Sgt. Steve Wilson said. “There
were not any arrests directly attributed to Carrot Fest.” So, with another Carrot Fest in the books, what’s in store for 2013? “I haven’t given it much thought yet,” Mr. Lotto said, but noted that the planning for the next event always begins soon after the previous one ends. “For now, I’m just really happy to know that people enjoyed themselves. “Every year Carrot Fest seems to get busier.” Despite the fact Carrot Fest is over for another year, there’s still time to cast your vote for it as your favourite event in Canada as part of West Jet’s Fun‘N Festival Series competition. Already listed among the top 100 events in the province by Festivals and Events Ontario, Mr. Lotto is hoping that Carrot Fest can make its way into the top 10 in West Jet’s annual ranking of festivals across the country. “We’re still 12th in Canada and fourth in Ontario,” he said. “I was hoping we would jump higher in the rankings over the weekend, but I don’t know if people noticed the signs we had posted about it.” To cast your vote for Carrot Fest 2012 in West Jet’s 2012 Fun’N Festival Series competition visit festivals.westjet.com/ festival/2012/carrot-fest.
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Local singer, 9, a rising star By Melanie Kerr
Nikita Riou may only be nine years old but she’s already a seasoned vocal competitor and is testing her chops for the second time as part of the Canadian National Exhibition’s annual Rising Star Competition. Last Friday, the aspiring singer competed in the junior preliminaries of the CNE’s yearly talent contest. Nikita’s family came out to cheer her on during her performance at Exhibition Place in Toronto and all of them are crossing their fingers that she makes it to the finals. “Nikita has performed in other singing competitions and has actually won second place, this is a great opportunity where she can challenge herself and gain experience,” said Nikita’s mother Adillia Riou. Nikita sang wonderfully during the first round, Ms Riou said earlier this week, and will now compete in the semi-finals to be held on Aug. 28. “She did really, really well,” she added. In the semi-finals, Nikita will once again be belting out Gershwins “Summertime” as made famous by Etta James. She has spent all summer practicing for the show and has been taking voice lessons for the past two years at an Aurora music school. “She’s going to keep with it,” Ms Riou said. “It’s a very powerful song.” Unlike many girls her age, this talented songstress, who has been singing since the age of four, hasn’t come down with Bieber-
NIKITA RIOU: Nine-year-old singer from Bradford is competing in the CNE’s Rising Star Competition. Her rendition of Gershwin’s Summertime at the junior preliminaries earned her a spot in the semi-finals. fever and instead prefers the likes of Louis Armstrong and Frank Sinatra. “I really love songs from the olden days, there are so many that I love to sing, I can’t choose just one,” she said. When asked about stage fright Nikita said, “I enjoy singing so much that I barely get nervous.” For information about events taking place at the CNE visit www.theex.com.
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World without cars? Maybe on my island
esolved: That the running of horseless carriages be prohibited within the limits of the village of Mackinac.” — Mackinac Island, Michigan, Village Council, July 6, 1898. Do you ever wonder what it would really be like to live in a place where there are no cars? Just bicycles, people on foot and maybe a better use of boats along the shoreline to get around? It’s this kind of utopian ideal many envision for pockets of downtown Toronto or main streets in the towns that surround the big city. You’d like to get an idea of how this would work but examples — short of going to a continent where the car is not ubiquitous thanks to basic poverty — are few and far between. I was lucky enough to go to a place where cars aren’t king over my summer vacation. It was fun for this tourist and fascinating from the perspective of the carless society. Mackinac Island, which is in Lake Huron, has lived apparently quite happily under an automobile ban since the early 1900s. The only acceptable modes of transportation other than good old shoe power are bicycles — of which there are hundreds for rent — and horses, whose calling cards add a certain odiferous quality to the air in the town core. The horses are pretty hard working, pulling everything from carriages filled with people to UPS courier wagons to big wagons collecting the garbage along the main streets, which are lined with fudge shops, restaurants and retail stores. The real way to get around, though, was by bicycle. We rented bikes for just $6 an hour. Mine was a Trek, one of the most comfortable two-wheelers I’ve ever ridden. It was an upright thing with padded seat that the rental guy picked out, no doubt using a mental checklist. (Old guy? Check. Doesn’t ride bikes much? Check. Back problems every six months? Check). It took us an hour-and-a-half to ride around the paved road on the
Bernie O’Neill perimeter of the island, which includes a state park, and my legs, back and behind hardly felt a thing. The funny thing was that it took me a while to relax and realize that no, a car was not coming up behind me on my left. No need to keep looking over my shoulder. No need to keep listening for that infernal combustion engine that never came. I can enjoy the scenery: trees, pebble beaches, clear water, fresh, horse-free air and beautiful old homes. Meanwhile, there was much civility among us cyclists, who made way for each other and passed with care. Maybe it’s because we were tourists. But maybe it was because the bicycle is more human in scale and, without cars around, everyone was relaxed and not in fear for their lives. Could this type of thing be replicated here in York Region? I know it’s unlikely. The advantage of the island is that it’s cut off from the world of cars by a sizable body of water, meaning an automobile ban can be enforced. But there is a beauty to the whole place that seems worth trying to replicate, even in an urban setting. To me, it’s not bike lanes beside roadways but rather bicycle paths through parks and forests, completely separated from cars, that are our best hope — something our towns and cities are working on now, at great cost and with sometimes mixed results. Although perhaps, after 100 years of automobiles, the horse is already out of the barn, so to speak, and only digging a moat around an entire town could keep the cars away.
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Rules cut into cottage fun As the long weekend arrived, I realized it just isn’t the same as when I was young. Insidious and effective government regulation has changed the experience The government passed regulations to protect us from ourselves. What they’ve accomplished is a level of control to the point where cottage life isn’t quite the barrel of laughs it used to be. I’ll preface this with the fact I don’t disagree with all of the regulation, just most of it. Weekends now begin with jacked-up prices for gasoline, raised suspiciously on the Friday. The prices are accompanied by punitive government tax to ensure a miserable start. A trip to the beer or liquor store yields no bargains as regulation precludes competition, bargain prices or any decent sales. Graduated licensing regulates young drivers to certain times and with a regulated number of passengers. The long weekend police blitz ensures police are everywhere. Don’t even think of using a radar unit. It’s regulated and illegal. If you do manage to get the new Shelby or Corvette really rolling, the police now have regulations to actually impound it. The fines are enough to finance even more punishing surveillance. In my case, I managed to complete the 100-kilometre drive in just under four hours and was geared up for some real fun, just
like in the old days. We arrived at my friend Allen’s cottage and he calms me down and assures me the weekend will be great. First though, he advises me to move my car as I’m not allowed to park there. Regulations. OK Al, let’s take the ATVs for a spin. Allen asks us if we have helmets, licences and first aid training? Ah, no we don’t. OK, that’s out. Let’s go on the mini bikes. Oh, same deal. Bicycles? Sorry. Can we look at the trail? Al advises that we not chance that and try something else. In desperation and fearing my kids will soon slip back into the land of hand-held electronics, I spot the lake. Fishing. Allen asks if we have our fishing licences. Ah, no we don’t. OK, fishing is out. OK Al, can we take your new boat for a spin? Do I have a boating licence? No. All right, the Sea-Doo? Negative. The 9.9 HP embarrassingly small and unmanly fishing boat? Sorry. How about we just wade into the water? OK, but watch out for zebra mussels. We finally get the message fun has been regulated out of cottage life in Ontario, thank Allen and decide to hit the road. I need gas and prices are even higher in cottage country. I assume this is to finance continuing regulation.
Bob Wagstaff Bradford
Hungarian cookout goes back to basics By Jeremy Grimaldi
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There is nothing quite like taking it back to the old school — by that I mean the real old school, so old school that you could almost call it medieval. I’m referring to cooking outdoors, as our forefathers did, over an open flame. Ideally, in this case, it should be done near a river, beside a lake, underneath a tree or close to a forest. If all of this natural luxury is not available, a backyard will do. It also helps to be surrounded by your closest friends and relatives with plenty of booze handy, to help everyone appropriately STAFF PHOTO/JEREMY GRIMALDI grasp and delve into the old-fashionedness Cookouts have been part of Hungarian culof the event. This custom is almost unheard of in Can- ture for centuries. Meats, fish and vegetables ada, but in Hungary and much of Eastern play a part in the majestic feasts. Europe, the tradition of cooking outdoors remains common. cooked in this way. He is Canadianized and likes On a number of occasions, I have partak- burgers and hot dogs on a barbecue. Even so, I en in these bogracs on previous occasions still go out with my brother and closest friends and it has remained in my consciousness once in a while, but not nearly enough.” ever since. For him, cooking outside is not only a great When I called Ferenc Sarkozy, owner and way to be surrounded by your friends, but also head chef of Rhapsody Hungarian Restau- a much more interesting way to cook. rant, he laughed heartily — reminiscing “When you cook inside, you know exactly about olden days in front of the cauldron the what’s going into your food,” he said. Magyar still use to make their goulash soup. “It’s when you get outside that your really “We used to do this all the time,” he said. feel free and that things change and you create “Now, my kid would look at me I’m crazy4:30 NewRoads Bradford Aug 23 like 8/21/12 PMthings. Page 1 new if I asked him/her to do this or eat Goulash “The recipe can change with the wind. It
provides the freedom of choice.” For Mr. Sakozy, the tradition started in his early teens at his cottage in Velence, Balaton, one of the small villages surrounding the Hungary’s most popular lake region. “Back in the day before I was a chef, at about 14, that’s what we loved to do,” the 38-year-old Vaughan resident said. “My dad and I would go fishing, catch and clean the fish and cook it all up, whether we barbecued it, made fish soup, fish stew, bean goulash or goulash.” According to Mr. Sarkozy, any good day out starts with some traditional peach palinka, Hungarian for peach snaps. After that gets the “blood flowing”, the next step is to build a small fire surrounded by round stones. The soup, as any should, begins with olive oil and three large onions. Once the onions are sufficiently sautéed, three wooden spoons of dry Hungarian paprika, along with some salt and pepper, should be added. Next comes two pounds of chopped cubes of beef, three white Hungarian paprika peppers, two tomatoes and two cups of water. The next step must be undertaken with caution, bearing in mind the amount of palinka or flavoured vodka your friends have already ingested. Although there is only one man (always a man in Hungary) who holds the spoon, taste the soup’s preparedness, controls the ingredients and keep the wolves from the door,
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Pool to close this Saturday From page 1.
“The project team rejected a proposal from the general contractor to replace the areas only where the tile fractured, because it felt that if the trend continued, there could be multiple shutdowns of the aquatic centre,” said Ron Spina of MHPM in the release. Word of the temporary closure of the Bradford Lions Aquatic Centre comes mere months after the grand opening celebration for the new Bradford West Gwillimbury Leisure Centre held on May 25. The facility as a whole was originally expected to be finished by late December or early January, however, construction delays meant that the ice pads
and fitness centre weren’t ready until February, while the aquatic centre didn’t open until late April. In any event, the town’s director of leisure services, Tom Graham, said his staff would assist residents throughout the repair process. “The department of leisure services will be working co-operatively with pool users affected by the facility closure,” he said. “Information regarding adjustments to passes/memberships will be available at the leisure centre customer service desk. “Although this facility closure was not anticipated by the town, it is the best course of action to protect the town’s significant investment in this valuable community facility.“
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33 H Holland ll d St. St E. E Bradford B df d 905-775-1777 • www.elitedancecorps.net There are many details to consider that can make a huge difference in the quality of instruction the dancer receives, the amount of extra work and hassles the parents must deal with, and the overall enjoyment and satisfaction of being involved in a dance program. To ensure that you’re getting the best possible training, consider the following aspects. Elite Dance Corps is not just about putting your child on stage in a pretty costume, or winning a trophy at competition. We want your child to learn how to work with others in a creative environment, gain conﬁdence and self-discipline, as well as stay motivated year after year to progress to their fullest potential. The EDC teachers are the real strength of our studio. Elite Dance Corps has a highly qualiﬁed staff with diverse experience in performing, training and teaching. Our staff strives to maintain a high standard of excellence by constantly updating their skills each year. Elite Dance Corps offers Jazz~Tap~Ballet~Acrobatics~Hip Hop~Contemporary~Musical Theatre & Boyz Boom Squad ages 3 to adult, for beginners to advanced, from recreational to competitive. All our classes are limited to a maximum number of students and most feature teaching assistants. This guarantees that all our students are receiving the attention they deserve. You can dance for yourself, but the true joy of dancing is in the sharing. EDC offers many performance opportunities during the year (parades, community events, recital, etc.) For the more advanced dancer, competitive level classes are offered and include intensive supplemental training, additional performance opportunities, professional critiques, exposure to other dancers/studios, and a strong sense of camaraderie. Please join us during our fall registration August 28th, 29th and September 4th, 5th from 5:00-9:00pm at the dance studio. Joining EDC for our fall registration is Sonata Rainbow Dancewear. Having dancewear on site will give parents the piece of mind that they are purchasing all the proper attire at reasonable prices without the drive to a dance store. Please feel free to call (905) 775-1777, visit us online at elitedancecorps.net or drop by at 33 Holland Street East for more registration details. Our friendly & knowledgeable staff will be more then happy to assist you.
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Snapping Silent Sound Photography and musicianship come together in the Library’s latest exhibit: Silent Sound by Bradford photographer Carlos Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson’s intimate and luminous portraits of professional musicians in performance are on display on both floors of the Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library until mid-September. To find out more visit, http://www.carlosfergusonphotography.com/ or contact Carlos via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone 905778-8478
Farmers market It’s almost the weekend and no Saturday is complete without a stop at the Bradford West Gwillimbury Farmers Market. As per usual, the weekly farmers market will be in full swing at its new location in the Bradford West Gwillimbury Library and Cultural Centre’s parking lot located at 425 Holland St. W. The market is open from 7:30 a.m. until noon every Saturday from now until Oct. 6, so stop by ad pick up some fresh, locally-grown products and have a look at all of the
class, which consists of racers 14 and up. At 5 p.m., a free ride competition will be held and is for all ages. This free ride is free for all registered racers and $15 for those who wish to participate in this event only. An awards ceremony will by held at 6 p.m. and the event wraps up an hour later. This will mark the third time the Bradford Go Fast event has been held in the community. The inaugural event was organized by Bare Beaunz Board Shop and the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury back in 2010 and served as the first ever legal downhill skateboard race in the province. Due to the work involved, the Ontario Downhill Skate Boarding Events committee was set up the following year to organize safe, legal races across the province. To learn more about the Go Fast Ontario event visit www.gofastontario.com.
other great wares on sale. For more information, visit www.gotobwg.ca and click the farmers market link or e-mail the vendors group at bradfordontariofarmersmarket@gmail. com. You can also find their blog at bradfordfarmersmarket.blogspot. ca/
Church yard sale A yard sale will be held at Bradford United Church on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Church is located at 66 Barrie St. in Bradford and its telephone number is 905-775-7268. Donations can be made to the sale by contacting the church. Also, for $15, it is possible to purchase a table at the sale, and sell your own yard sale goods; to make arrangements for this, please contact the church. They look forward to seeing you there. Come make their treasures your own.
First Aid/CPR course First Aid and CPR save lives. Come out on Aug. 25 and 26 and learn how to administer first aid and CPR properly. A basic one-day session is offered as is a comprehensive two-day course for those who need training for work or want more information on how to
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Get ready and set, because the 2012 Go Fast Ontario Downhill Skateboard event is quickly approaching. This year, the event will be held on Saturday, Aug. 25 on the 9th Line of Bradford between Yonge Street and Artesian Industrial Parkway. The day begins with registration, which will take place between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. All competitors must register/sign in and have a technical inspection sticker prior to entering the course. The cost is $40. Following registration, competitors will have the opportunity to practice on the course from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m At 1 p.m., the races begin with the junior races, ages eight to 13, leading the way, followed by the amateur races in the 13 to 17 age category. The final group to race will be the open
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The 9th Line of Bradford was converted to a long board race strip for last year’s Go Fast Ontario event as skateboard enthusiasts gathered to test their skill and nerve on the big hill. Here 069 - Spencer Harvey is followed closely through a turn by another competitor.
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Your kids can go “Backstage with the Bible” at Bradford United Church, 66 Barrie St., from Monday Aug. 27 to Thursday, Aug. 30, from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Have your kids attend a Bible “concert”. And at a concert, what’s better than a frontrow seat? A backstage pass! Kids will have fun learning the books of the Bible, the ten commandments, how to be saved by faith and much more. There will be teaching, music, videos, games, karaoke, crafts, skits, snacks, and having fun with new and old friends. To learn more, visit www.gofishguys.com. To register your child, call 905-775-7268. The cost is $10 per child.
Writers’ Circle The BWG Writers’ Circle is now meeting socially every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Coffee Culture in downtown Bradford except for the third Tuesday of the month when they meet at the Bradford Public Library. A space is reserved by the
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Naturalists meeting The York Simcoe Naturalists Group will hold a general meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. The speaker for the evening will be Melissa Williams from LEAF. The meeting will take place in the River Drive Park Community Centre, located at 20 Oak Ave. in River Drive Park (off the Queensville Sideroad, north of Holland Landing). Refreshments will be served, but the organizers ask that you lug a mug. For additional information on Lowes Real Canadian Superstore Centennial Windows Shoe Company Staples Future Shop Pharmaplus Rexall Drugs Michaels Bass Pro Shop
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The Simcoe County Museum is hosting the Simcoe County Quilt, Rug and Craft Fair Sept. 14-16, 2012. The fair will run from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $6 per person, per day. There will be quilting, embroidery, spinning, and hand-weaving presented by the members of the Simcoe County Craft Guilds for display and sale, while the Simcoe County Arts and Crafts Association will be displaying and selling various crafts, such as painting, knitting, and beadwork. The crafters will also be performing demonstrations. A concession stand will be open during the event, offering lunch and many varieties of delicious pies and squares. Visitors are welcome to explore the Simcoe County Museum’s indoor permanent displays, as well as its outdoor heritage buildings, as both will be open to visitors during the event. For more information, visit www. museum.simcoe.ca or call 705-7283721.
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We all have go-to recipes that never fail to impress when getting together with family and friends, and a local group is looking for residents to share the recipes for those dishes for a Simcoe County cookbook. The International Plowing Match (IPM) committee is gathering recipes to put together a fundraising cookbook with Simcoe County flavours. The cookbook is one of the biggest fundraisers for the IPM taking place in Essa in 2014. Any money raised over and above what the local IPM needs is donated back to Simcoe County charities. With strong agricultural roots in the county, Jeanette Bradbury, one of the cookbook organizers, is hoping to showcase the best the county has to offer. “For example if you’re a local farmer and grow strawberries and want to put in a great strawberry recipe, that would be great,” she said. She said the book will cover all the traditional areas: main dishes, desserts, salads, and soups. The committee is also hoping to include sections for special diets and allergies, such as egg-free, gluten-free recipes, peanut-
free, or those for diabetics. There is also going to be a special Kids Can Cook section, which is the kids’ chance to get their say in the cookbook. “It’s just easy little recipes they can make at home,” Ms Bradbury said. At this point, she said they’re looking for recipes in all categories, from appetizers to play dough. Recipes are being accepted until November. Ms Bradbury said the aim is to have cookbooks on sale by next spring or summer. Ideally, she said they’re hoping to receive 600 to 800 recipes for the book. If there are duplicates of recipes, she said both will likely be printed under different names. Recipe submission forms are popping up at various locations around the county, however you don’t need to get your hands on a form to submit. Being included is as simple as emailing your recipe to bradbury.ja@gmail. com, or mailing it to Jeanette Bradbury, 2nd Line, Cookstown, Ont., L0L 1L0. She asks that submissions include your name, where you’re from, category the dish should be in, and phone number (in case there are questions about the recipe). For children submitting recipes, they should include their name and age.
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Bradford West Gwillimbury Fire & Emergency Services are currently looking for volunteers who have the spirit, dedication and strong desire to help others. All of our volunteer firefighters receive extensive training on the standards of fire services in Ontario and are equipped to the highest standards. If you are interested in volunteering for your community and are willing to take on a challenging position, we invite you to visit the Human Resources Department located at 100 Dissette Street, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., between July 30th and September 7th, 2012 to pick up an application form. Application forms will also be available on the Town's website at www.townofbwg.com under the employment opportunities section. To be considered for this rewarding opportunity, completed applications must be received at Human Resources no later than 4:30 p.m. on September 7th, 2012. Applicants must be a resident of Bradford West Gwillimbury, 18 years of age, a high school graduate and have the ability to pass a physical fitness test, criminal reference check, and vulnerable sectors screening. You must also have current CPR and First Aid certifications and a DZ driver's license. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, and will only be used for candidate selection.
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Thai Cook with 1 year exp. in prep & cooking for Bangkok Thai Cuisine in Newmarket. Wage: $15- $17./ hr. Email resume to:
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â€˘LINE COOK â€˘BARTENDER/ SERVER Full/part time. Days, evenings, weekends. Email resume thescruffyduck@ bellnet.ca or fax 905-939-7722
WAITSTAFF & COOKS required. Apply in person to: Cousins Restaurant 110 Pony Dr. Newmarket (Davis Dr. / Harry Walker)
The Scruffy Duck in Schomberg req's Dental
We provide: â€˘ opportunity to earn a great income â€˘ excellent benefit pkg. â€˘ demo/car allowance â€˘ training â€˘ large new and used vehicle inventory You bring: â€˘ enthusiasm â€˘ willingness to learn â€˘ good work ethic â€˘ sales experience an asset
Golf Operations Staff, Pro Shop Service Professionals with retail experience, Back Shop, Halfway House Attendant and Servers Please apply if you have experience in a similar position. Must have full availability which includes working evenings and weekends. Please send resume to email@example.com.
Silver Lakes Golf Club HELP WANTED 2012 Season End, Occasional Winter and 2013 Season Kitchen - Cooks, Dishwashers Wait Staff Maintenance Please Contact: Dianne Woodcock 905-836-8070 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Among Friends Daycare is looking to fill the following positions: • RECE'S • Assistants for local school aged childcare centres. P/T Split shifts, Mon- Fri. Must be available Sept to June.
Highland Car Wash
We seek motivated people to join our winning team! Applicants for this outdoor lawn care position require good communication skills and a valid drivers license. If you have a desire to learn and can work with minimum supervision give us a call! Positions begin as soon as possible. Weed Man provides full training and a chance to grow with our company. Call us now at (905) 868-7529
15783 Yonge St., Aurora Now Hiring! Submit resume in person to: Kim Cook or email to: email@example.com
Experienced Construction Worker / Framer - Permanent Full Time Experience in concrete form work, framing, metal stud work, finish trim work, etc. Must have valid Ontario Driver's License, WHMIS, Fall Protection, hand tools and personal safety equipment. Salary - Dependent upon experience. Fax Resume to (905) 830-9405 or email Resume to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dusty Miller Landscaping We are seeking experienced individuals with a minimum of 3 years experience, to add to our successful team. Landscape Industry Certification is preferred. Positions are available in our MAINTENANCE, PLANTING and CONSTRUCTION divisions We offer horticultural education assistance, on site training, competitive wages, benefits, RRSP's and company uniforms. Must have a clean, valid drivers license (D license preferred). Please send your resume to: Dusty Miller Landscaping Ltd. 20491 Warden Avenue, Queensville, ON L0G 1R0 Fax: 905-478-1534 Email: email@example.com www.dustymillerlandscaping.com
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Applicants must be available to work weekdays and weekends. Interested applicants should send their resume to Jessica.email@example.com Details / job descriptions available online: http://www.beaconhall.com No phone calls please.
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Retail construction/maintenance company is seeking qualified HVAC/REFRIGERATION and RESTAURANT / FOOD EQUIPMENT maintenance/service technicians. Computer & communication skills are essential. Please forward resume to firstname.lastname@example.org $$ INDEPENDENT CARRIER CONTRACTORS $$ to deliver Canada's largest newspaper door to door, early mornings, 7 & 6 days/week on established routes in Newmarket, Aurora & surrounding areas. Must have reliable vehicle. Excellent delivery credit earned.
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located in Aurora requires FULL-TIME SALES HELP Retail experience an asset. Call (905)841-7762
General Labourer wanted for landscape construction company in Markham. Heavy lifting req'd. Own vehicle a must. Good hourly rate with growth potential. Long-term position
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Dry Cleaners in Aurora requires mature COUNTER PERSONS part time and full time. Call Howie 416-938-9352
Part time CASHIER Weeknights & Weekends Send resumes by fax 905-722-9919 or drop off at 20971 Dalton Rd., or email doug@ schellbuilding center.ca Dietary Aides Part time. Cooks Part time & on call. Positions suit mature, responsible individuals. Fax resume to: 905-853-5538
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Apartments for Rent
$650+, BACHELOR. $850, 2 bedroom. Keswick lakefront. 1st/ security. No pets. Immediately 416-497-9246 AURORA- 1 bedroom basement. Laundry, parking. Non-smoking/ pets. Suits single. $900. inclusive. Sept. 1st. 905-726-5851 AURORA- 1 bedroom, walk to Yonge/ GO train. Laundry on site. Parking. Non-smoking/ pets. Sept. 1st. $775 inclusive. (905)713-2425 AURORA- BRIGHT 2+ bedroom basement, separate entrance, gas fireplace, first/ last months. References Non-smoking/ pets. Must see! $1000 inclusive. 905-717-5716 AURORA CENTRAL- 2 bedroom basement, appliances, laundry, parking, separate entrance. No pets. First/ last $1000. inclusive. September 1st. Suit single/ couple 905-836-4196 AURORAEXECUTIVE, basement, own entrance, 5 appliances. 11/2 bedroom. Non-smoking/ pets. parking. Suits single professional $1000 inclusive. Oct. 1st. 416-786-2728
LABOURERS Landscape workers for planting and sodding work. Call 905-775-8161 Concrete wall forming company seeking experience WALL FORMERS. Must have at least 2yrs. experience, own license/ vehicle and references. Wages based on experience. Call 905-955-3016
Local lawn maintenance company looking for
help to finish season. Need own transportation. (905)836-9454
BRADFORD- 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance, parking, appliances, $900. +utilities. Available September 1st. 905-953-6937
Apartments for Rent
KESWICK- 1 bedroom, main floor, backyard access, 1 parking. Convenient location. $760 all inclusive. Available September 1st. 905-726-5965 KESWICK- 2 bedroom basement. Near school, Walmart & plaza. Separate entrance. Parking, full bath, laundry. Non-smoking/ pets. $1,000+ Immediate. 905-535-2100 KESWICK- BRIGHT 1 bedroom, 1 bath walk-out lower apartment, fireplace. 4 appliances, ensuite laundry. $1000/mo. inclusive. Immediate. Gord 416-419-4607 MOUNT ALBERT- 1 bedroom, includes hydro, water, heat, parking. New kitchen. $850 inclusive. 416-557-6488
Houses for Rent
NEWMARKETWarden/ Vivian. 2 bedroom upperlevel, newly renovated, parking. Non-smoking/ pets. $1050 inclusive. Sept. 15th. First/ last. References. 905-895-0001
NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom, 2-storey semi with full basement, laundry. $1350+ utilities. No pets. Available September 1st. Call after 1pm (905)715-3105
RAVENSHOE- CLEAN 1 bedroom basement, near amenities. Suits singe/ couple. Available September 1st. Non-smoking/ pets. References. $450 inclusive bi-weekly. MOUNT ALBERT- 1200', 905-478-4530 2 bedroom walkout. LaunTHE dry, separate entrance. RAVENSHOE/ Non-smoking/ pets. Suits Queensway- 1 bedroom apartment. Hardwood single or couple, $985. infloor, close to amenities/ clusive. (905)955-1320 public transit. Parking, NEWMARKET3 bed- laundry. $750+. Available room main floor, laundry, i m m e d i a t e l y . parking, a/c. Near 9 0 5 - 2 9 4 - 2 3 8 9 , amenities. No pets/ smok- 416-886-2368 ing. References. Available Oct. 1st. $1275 inclusive. WARDEN/ GREEN LaneNewly renovated 1 & 2 (905)727-6727 bedrooms, large yard, non-smoking/ NEWMARKET- 1 bedroom parking, basement, open concept, 1 pets. $900/ $950 inclusive. 1st. parking, spot, near hospi- September tal, non-smoking/ pets. (905)478-2382 First/ last. September 1, AURORA $875 inclusive. WOODBINE/ Rd.- New 1 bedroom, main 905-898-2675. floor. Front yard. First/ last. NEWMARKET- 1 bedroom $1200. Immediately. Nonbasement, separate en- smoking. Near shopping/ trance, a/c, cable, laundry, 404. 905-751-1755 parking. Non-smoking/ pets. $850. inclusive. YONGE/ WELLINGTON- 2 Available September 1st. bedroom, 4th floor, a/c, fridge, stove, 1 free park905-952-0769 ing, $1000+ utilities. No NEWMARKET- 2 bed- pets. 416-743-5601 room, 3 levels. Heat and hydro inclusive. $1050. No pets, non-smoking. Condos for Rent Available September 1st. 1st & last. 905-476-5299 KESWICK- 1 bedroom NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom condo. Appliances, c/air. high rise condo (Davis, Elevator, solarium, laundry East of Yonge). Excellent in building. Quiet building. condition. $1395+. Tony $975 inclusive. Available i m m e d i a t e l y . Mendes 905-715-4951 416-399-3173. NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom walkout, bright. $1,000 in- Townhouses for cludes cable TV/ hydro. Rent Near shopping. September 1st. (905)806-7777 AURORA GROVE- 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhome, NEWMARKET- bright 1 walkout bsmt, overlooking bedroom walkout, parking, conservation. 5 applianclaundry, separate en- es, yard. $1950/mo. inclutrance, non-smokers/ no sive. Immediate. Lori pets. References, $950 in- 416-433-7424. clusive. 416-937-6146
NEWMARKETBAYVIEW/ Stonehaven. 2 storey semi, 4 large bedrooms, 3 washrooms, hardwood, finished basement, 3 car parking. $1750. Rahim, 416-553-7587
BRADFORD- 3 bedroom, main-floor bungalow, 3 parking, laundry, fenced yard, a/c, non-smoking/pets $1,250+ utilities. First/ last. Immediately. NEWMARKETCEN905-895-9019 TRAL, 1 bedroom baseBRADFORD- 3 bedroom ment, separate entrance, upper. Close to all parking, no laundry. First/ amenities. Laundry fa- last. $875 inclusive. No cilities. Non-smoking/ pets. dogs. Available immediate$1200 inclusive. Septem- ly. 905-967-1261 ber 1st. 905-953-6937 NEWMARKETDAVIS/ DOWNTOWN NEWMAR- Patterson. Renovated KET- Newly renovated 1 large 1 bedroom legal bedroom walkout base- basement. Separate enment. Laundry, cable, in- trance, laundry. Parking. ternet, parking. $1000 A/C. Non-smoking/ pets. inclusive. Sept. 1st. References. Immediate. 416-709-9803 $950. 416-433-8104 HOLLAND LANDING– Clean, bright, 2 bedroom, private laundry, appliances, a/c, parking, private backyard/ patio, mins to GO, $975 inclusive, nonsmoker/ pets, Available Oct. 14th. 905-853-9559
Apartments for Rent
NEWMARKETNEWLY renovated 3 bedroom main floor, parking, laundry, near hospital, park. $1400+ utilities. Available immediately 289-231-2650
Rooms for Rent and Wanted KESWICK- WOODBINE/ Arlington. 1000sq.ft. walkout basement, furnished room w/tv. Walk to bus. $450 inclusive First/ last. I m m e d i a t e l y . (905)898-7680 NEWMARKET1 room available in nice home. Non-smoking female preferred. Walk to GO train/ hospital. $500 inclusive. I m m e d i a t e l y . 905-868-6864 NEWMARKETFURNISHED basement room. Fridge, microwave, toaster oven. Yonge/ Davis. No parking. First, last, references. Prefer 40+ male. $450. 905-853-7091 Newmarket- rent walk out basement, behind mall, parking, appliances, etc. Only 1 mature person. No smoking/ pets. $830. 647-728-1999, 647-466-0998 NEWMARKET- ROOM for rent, shared apartment. $500. inclusive. First/ last. Available immediately. 905-836-0962
AURORA- HENDERSON/ Yonge. Bedroom furnished, townhouse near amenities. Shared kitchen/ bathroom. Clean. Cable AURORA- LARGE older TV/ internet. First/ last. home, 3-bedrooms, dining- $530. Call 416-301-6938 room, hardwood. 4 appliances. Near shopping, AURORA- LARGE room schools, GO. Non-smok- in upscale, executive ing/ pets. October 1st. home. All utilities, laundry, $1300.+. 905-727-6763 cable, parking, internet. gottarent.com Building ID Non-smoking professional. 2424229 $600. 905-751-7515
Houses for Rent
AURORA (YONGE/ Murray)- Main floor 3 bedroom 1 plus bath laundry, parking, a/c. Renovated bathroom. $1450. Available i m m e d i a t e l y . 416-526-6865, 416-919-6865
NEWMARKETMAIN Street. 2 bedroom 2nd floor, 5 appliances, air conditioning, common deck, telephone entry system. $1275+. September 1st. BRADFORD- Under new management! Beautiful (905)955-0136 newly renovated Large 1 & NEWMARKETMUST 2 bedroom suites. $875+ see! 2 bedrooms, deck, 3 hydro & $995+ hydro. No Laundry onsite. appliances,shared laundry, pets. garage, yard. Non-smok- Close to all amenities. Ryis ing/ pets. Suits profession- Properties 905-727-1102. al. $1200+. October 1st. KESWICK- EXECUTIVE 905-898-0882 home, basement granny NEWMARKETNEWLY flat, 4 bedroom, near lake. 2 families. renovated: 3 bedroom Suits upper, laundry, deck, ( 9 0 5 ) 4 7 8 - 4 5 9 0 , $1495. inclusive. Available 905-252-2624 Sept. 1st (647)291-6130, KETTLEBY- 3 bedrooms. firstname.lastname@example.org Completely renovated. NEWMARKETQUEEN Close to 400. 3 parking. Street. 3 bedroom main Laundry. $1100+ utilities. George floor, huge yard, parking, Available now. laundry, near park and 905-853-3026 school. $1450+ utilities. BRAND Available immediately. NEWMARKETnew, 2 storey semi, 3 bed416-845-6363 room, appliances, 2.5 Garage. NEWMARKETQUIET washrooms. Non-smoking/ building. Heating, parking $1550+. Sept. 1st. included. Large 1 & 2 pets. bedroom apts. Non-smok- 905-235-3926 Gottarent.com ing/ pets. 647-930-6347
AURORAROOMMATE wanted for elderly Italian lady (retired female preferred) 1200sqft. condo. Yonge. Underground parking. Light housekeeping required. $495. 1-905-468-3427 KESWICK- Share large lakefront house in Island Grove. Cable, internet, laundry, parking. GO bus. Immediate. 2 rooms available. 905-476-4065, 905-252-0560 MT. ALBERT- 3600sq.ft. executive house, laundry, A/C, internet, cable, hardwood, non-smoking/ pets; 2 bedrooms, private bathroom, $950. Available imediately. 416-707-4038 NEWMARKET- ROOM for rent- Bayview/ Mulock. $600+ 1/4 gas/ hydro. Available immediately. 416-822-6615 NEWMARKETYONGE/ Davis- bright bedrooms with patio, all inclusive. Near amenities. No smoking. No pets. Available immediately. $500-$650. 289-716-3373, 647-290-6464
KESWICK131 the Queensway. 1000sq.ft., $900/ month TMI included + hydro. Available immediately. Please call 905-955-9502
CARPETS- I have several thousand yards of new stainmaster & 100% nylon carpet. Will do living room & hall for $389.00. Includes: carpet, pad, installation (25 yards). Steve 289-464-6049 www.carpetdeals.ca
Vehicles Wanted/ Wrecking $200 TO $1000Dead/ Alive. Cars/ trucks/ vans. Fast Free towing. We sell parts. 416-500-5050 Metrowide Auto Parts CERTIFIED RECYCLER $100 to $1000 Cars/Trucks/Vans Fast Free towing We sell parts 905-722-3223 905-960-5546
Child Care Available QUALIFIED E.C.E. providing home daycare, children ages 2 years and up. Before and after for WH day. References available. 905-551-0975
Child Care Wanted BRADFORDBEFORE school care, special needs child. 6am-9am. Drive to school. Start September 905-775-6009
Passed away peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, on Sunday August 19th, 2012 in her 78th year. Dorothy Clark McClure-always looking for the next landscape - circa 1958
Loving wife of late Richard (Dick) Illingworth, beloved mother of Kelly, Chris and Andrew, mother-in-law to Maria, and loving stepmother to Suzanne Bassett (Roger) and Rick Illingworth (Bernice). She was the phenomenal grandmother of Megan, Kaya and Emma McClure. She was one of Aurora's and York Region's most respected artists. She was honoured locally and provincially as an inspirational teacher, talented artist, and conservationist. Her work graces the homes of people here in Canada and across the globe. Over the years, Dorothy has appeared in hundreds of individual and group shows in the United States and Canada. She has been acknowledged in architectural books, and has been written about or helped write numerous publications. Her list of local, provincial and national awards and accolades are a testament to the way she always pursued her craft. In 1999, she was elected a signature member of the Colour and Form society. Other awards include many jury prizes; the Curtis Award of Excellence; the Arts and Culture Medal from the town of Aurora; the visual arts "In Celebration of Women" award from York Region; the Bicentennial Medal from the province of Ontario; and a Certificate of Achievement from the Ontario Heritage Trust. She was even named the Citizen of the Year for Aurora in 2008. As a leader, she took on such roles as President of the Historical Society and the Artisans of York, and was the Vice-President of the Willowdale Group of Artists. She was an art teacher for the York Region Board of Education, the Town of Aurora, Seneca College, the Haliburton School of the Arts, Georgina School of Fine Arts, Georgian Bay school of the Arts, the Senior's Centre, and at workshops all over the Greater Toronto Area. She founded the Aurora Senior's Art Group and its yearly show has been a source of great pride. She always believed in using and giving back the gifts she was blessed with. Her life, through her work, her students, her family and its own incandescent spark continues to touch the lives of all who knew her. Special thanks for all those caring people who visited, helped, loved and healed mom until the end. A memorial service will be held at the Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South (north east corner of Yonge St. & Industrial Pkwy. S.), Aurora, on Friday, August 24 at 2 p.m. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations to the Aurora Historical Society would be appreciated. Online condolences at www.thompsonfh-aurora.com
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WILSON, Hazel Peacefully at Newmarket Health Centre with her family by her side on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 89 years of age. Beloved wife of the late Leslie Wilson. Loving mother of Ian Wilson (Kim), Patricia Wilson and Alan Wilson (Lori). Adoring Nana and Grandma of Ken, Jan and Les Wilson; Shannon and Samantha Price; Megan and Taylor Wilson. Hazel will also be missed by her great grandchildren. At her request, cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. South, Newmarket.
LLOYD, Marie Susan (nee Oswald) Peacefully after a short illness on August 21, 2012 at Bradford Valley Nursing Home at the age of 94. Marie, beloved wife of the late Neil (James) Lloyd. Loving mother of Doris Brunotte (the late Jerry), Jim (Sue) and David (Marg). Cherished grandmother of 8 and great grandmother of 14. Dear sister of Anne (the late Ed), the late Elizabeth (the late Ralph), the late Willie, the late Auto (Viola), the late John and Melvin (Vivian). She will be missed by many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at the Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, 905-727-5421 on Monday, August 27 at 3 p.m. Inurnment King City Cemetery. Donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences and information at www.thompsonfh-aurora.com
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John Hackson SCOTT, Douglas John 1930-2012 Passed away surrounded by family on Saturday, August 18th, 2012 at Headwaters Hospital in Orangeville. Douglas, beloved husband to Margaret Caroline (predeceased), loving father to Brad, Beth, Brenda, his son and daughter-in-law, Jeff and Cindy. Proud grandfather to Alex, Jordan and Erin. Douglas was a long time resident of King City, who had recently moved to Orangeville. He was a 60 plus year member of the Robertson Masonic Lodge in King City and a retired Owner/Operator for Canadian Tire Corporation. If desired, donations in Douglas’ memory may be made to either Southlake or Headwaters Hospitals. Service will be held at Marshall Funeral Home, 10366 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill (4th traffic light north of Major Mackenzie Drive) on Saturday, August 25th, visitation at 11:00 a.m. followed by the Service at noon.
ZANETTE, Marilyn Grace Peacefully, after a courageous battle with cancer, at Headwaters Health Care Centre, Orangeville on Monday, August 20th, 2012 in her 54th year; beloved wife of John; loving mother of Carlo and Marco; dear daughter of John (2002) and Mary Dol of Aurora; cherished sister of Ellen, Deborah (Jim), Robert (Pat), David (Janet) and Carolyn; dearest sister-in-law of Mary, Linda (Jim-2002) and Sandra; remembered by her mother-in-law Pierina and Valentino (2000) of Toronto. Marilyn will be greatly missed by nieces, nephews and friends. The family received friends at the Dods & McNair Funeral Home & Chapel, 21 First St., Orangeville (519-941-1392) on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the chapel on Thursday, August 23th, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. Interment to follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Orangeville. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Canadian Liver Foundation would be appreciated by the family. (Condolences may be offered to the family at www.dodsandmcnair.com)
JOLLY, Norman Thomas (Veteran RCNVR WWII) December 23, 1923 - August 18, 2012 Passed away on Saturday, August 18, 2012 at Southlake Regional Health Centre in his 89th year. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy (nee Fuller). Loving father of Donna (Martin Blackwell) of England and Norman William (Bill) Jolly of Newmarket. Son of the late Thomas and May Jolly of Exeter, ON. Brother of the late Don Jolly of Exeter, ON, the late Harold Jolly of Simi Valley, California, and survived by sister Jenny (Cecil Kipfer) of Hensall, ON. A Memorial Service was held at the Thompson Funeral Home, Aurora, 905-727-5421 on Wednesday, August 22nd at 1 p.m. Interment Aurora Cemetery. Online condolences at www.thompsonfh-aurora.com
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In loving memory of John MacDougall, who left us 25 years ago, August 25th, 1987. We miss you and we will never forget. Love, your family.
de VRIES, Clayton Bruce Passed away suddenly at his residence on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 63 years of age. Beloved husband of Theresa. Loving father of Jennifer and Holly. Dear son of Gerry and the late Hazel de Vries and stepson of Loyis de Vries. Sadly missed by his cousins Robert de Vries and his wife Joan and Peter de Vries and his wife Sue. Friends may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. South, Newmarket for visitation on Sunday, August 26th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held at Christ Church Kettleby on Monday August 27th at 11 a.m. followed by interment at the Kettleby Cemetery. Donations to Christ Church Kettleby would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
Peacefully passed away at Mackenzie Place, Newmarket on Saturday, August 18, 2012. Kay Lynn (nee Maynard) of Hamilton Place, Newmarket and formerly of Bradford in st her 91 year. Beloved wife of the late Robert "Bob" Lynn. Loving mother of John (Susanne) of Newmarket and James of Edmonton. Proud grandmother of Michael and Katie; Kathy, Christine, Eric, late Justin, Sean and Elizabeth. Great grandmother of Jacen and Abigail. Predeceased by her parents John and Jean Maynard. Dear sister of late Ruth Brant, late John, late Ross, late Noreen Draper and Doris MacCrimmon. Dear sister-in-law of late Madge Belleghem. Beloved friend of June Batten and Fay DaCoste. At Kay's request, cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to SKWARCHUK FUNERAL HOME, Bradford (905-775-3335).
a loving husband,father, poppa, son-in-law and friend who passed away August 24, 2009. Wherever we go, what ever we do, Memories keep us near to you. Your presence we miss, Your memories we treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you never. Forever in our hearts, Virginia, Graham & Marlene, Brent & Tanya, Shane,Julia,Izabelle, Hunter and Meryl.
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*Purchase two 3.78 L cans of Para Interior Paint at regular price and receive a second can of 3.78 L Para Interior Paint FREE. Third can of paint must be of equal or lesser value. Cannot be combined with any other offer. See in-store for details.
Bradford TIM-BR Mart BRADFORD
90 Dissette Street, Bradford
905-775-3362 • email@example.com
Here for all your building needs!
Store Hours:Monday - Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm | Saturday 8am - 4pm | Closed Sunday
Published on Aug 28, 2012