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Remembrance Day services went forward as usual with RC Legion members of Branch 363 Madoc leading the way. Sergeant-at-Arms Jack Frost with Wayne Hagerman carrying the Canadian flag led the march. Photo: Diane Sherman By Diane Sherman
News - Madoc - As has been the custom for years, members of Madoc’s Royal Canadian Legion Branch 363 led the Remembrance Day parade from the branch to the cenotaph a short distance away for the annual memorial to our fallen soldiers. It was a bone-chilling rainy day. After an opening service by Terry Pigden, followed by taps and the lament played by Madoc piper Bob Kyle, veteran’s service ofﬁcer
Gardener Stevenson spoke. He thanked those who chose to attend services despite the weather. He said he made the decision to go forward with an outdoor service at the cenotaph and apologized for any discomfort to those attending. “I know the weather is bad, but, we must remember why we are here and what those people had to endure.” The ceremony went forward with those words fresh in the minds of close to 200 onlookers.
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News - Marmora - For the past few years, local Remembrance Day services have included a candlelight ceremony, and on the evening of November 10, a group gathered at the Legion, where they lit commemorative candles, then carried them solemnly across the highway to place them on each of the graves in the Legion plot where they burned throughout the night and into the following day.
During the brief service, Padre Brian Webber presented a Remembrance Day prayer and benediction while Marie Gordon read the solemn and well known passage from Laurence Binyon’s poem For The Fallen: “They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them. We will remember them.”
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Proceeds from the sale of the 150 long-burning candles, some of which shone brightly in the windows of local residences, will go to the poppy fund to be used for veterans and their families. The following day, residents assembled at the cenotaph on a gray and frigid morning for the annual service of remembrance which recognized those Padre Brian Webber and Legion Branch 237 President Marie Gordon provided thought provoking prayers and messages during who have served their counthe annual candlelight service held at the Legion cemetery on the eve of Remembrance Day. try, in some cases making the ultimate sacriﬁce. Many had, during the days leading up to November 11, stopped to look at the photos of veterans displayed by the Historical Foundation in the windows of local businesses. Students from Sacred Heart and Marmora Senior Public Schools attended the service,
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with the latter group leading the singing of the national anthem. Students at Earl Prentice Public held their own observance at the school where all were encouraged, “to think of the peaceful country in which they live, the freedom that they have and all that they enjoy.” All the children wore poppies and each class laid a wreath to honour both veterans and current members of the Canadian Armed Forces. The service at the cenotaph took place with the thermometer hovering just above zero and chilling rain drops falling on the crowd, many of whom gathered under canopies thankfully set up earlier in the morning by municipal staff members. Legion President Marie Gordon welcomed those as-
sembled, including a contingent of more than 27 members of RCF 8-Wing Trenton who arrived with four escorts. The ceremony opened with the last post, followed by a minute of silence, after which more than 50 wreaths, representing the Queen, Silver Cross Mothers, Canada, Ontario, Hastings County, Marmora and Lake, various organizations, churches, businesses and families, were laid at the base of the cenotaph. Each person to place a wreath was accompanied by a member of Eight Wing Trenton. At the conclusion of the ceremony, members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 237 hosted a reception where all had a chance to reﬂect on the importance of the day while enjoying lunch and a warming cup of tea or coffee.
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The first wreath was laid by Ruth Ashton, chosen this year as the Silver Cross Mother, to honour all those who fell in battle. Ashtonâ€™s husband Harry left his home to join the navy at the innocent age of seventeen, in 1942. He continued in service until the war ended. As she laid that first wreath for all mothers, the crowd was silent, troops from 8 Wing Trenton Air Force base stood at attention in their blue uniforms, drenched in rain, young army cadets, Legion members, and the colour party did not flinch in their stance and the crowd was silent.
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News - Marmora - Christmas shopping got off to an early start for many, thanks to the annual Heart of Hastings Studio Tour, which, as in the past, took place over the first two weekends in November. Three of the more than 25 stops throughout the area were located in Marmora, including two main street businesses, Flowers by Sue and Boutique Inspiration. A short drive away was Jillianâ€™s Antiques and Things, located at 1027 Cordova Road. Owned by Jillian Hughes who has
been in business for several years, but just opened her home based shop last summer, the store is filled to the brim with a wonderful array of antiques and a selection of newer treasures. Among those is an assortment of 1803 candles, which she says everybody loves, along with garlands, wreaths and â€œlots of Christmas ideas.â€? The antiques range from old cupboards to washstands and lamps, with many smaller items available as well. Jillian, who purchases the antiques at auction sales and from individuals, says of her attractive shop,
which is contained both in the house and in a nearby refurbished granary, â€œThe combination of giftware and antiques compliment each other and provide a selection of both new and old items for shoppers to choose from.â€? Gift certificates are also available, and Jillian, who also sells her products on line, invites all to check out the new postings on Facebook. It was the first time the shop was one of the stops on the tour, but the success of the venture prompted her to say she would definitely participate again.
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Jillian Hughes, of Jillianâ€™s Antiques and Treasures, located on Cordova Road, north of Marmora, welcomed many shoppers to her home based business over the course of the first two weekends in NoBy Judy Backus vember during the annual Heart of Hastings Tour. Photo: Judy Backus
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NOTICE OF PASSING OF A ZONING BYLAW BY THE MUNICIPALITY OF MARMORA AND LAKE TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Municipality of Marmora and Lake passed bylaw 2013-036 on the 5th day of November, 2013 under Section 34 of the Planning Act, 1990, as amended. AND TAKE NOTICE, under the Planning Act Section S.34 (19) any person or public body may, not later than 20 days after the day that the giving of written notice as required by subsection (18) is completed, (not later than 20 days after publication in this newspaper), appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board in respect of the by law by filing with the Municipal Clerk a notice of appeal setting out the objection to the bylaw, and the reasons in support of the objection accompanied by the fee prescribed $125.00 payable to Marmora and Lake. Only individuals, corporations and public bodies may appeal a zoning bylaw to the Ontario Municipal Board. A notice of appeal may not be filed by an unincorporated association or group. However, a notice of appeal may be filed in the name of an individual who is a member of the association or the group on its behalf. PURPOSE AND EFFECT OF BYLAW 2013-036: Bylaw Number 2003-11 be and the same is hereby amended by the following bylaw:
DATED AT MARMORA AND LAKE THIS 5TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013 Judy Durbatch Municipal Clerk
Bylaw 2013-036, would amend the zoning of Concession 5 Lot 7, RP21R4595 Part 6, also known as 9 Station Road, in the Municipality of Marmora and Lake, Roll Number 1241-141-010-41510, from Waste Disposal (WD) zone to Rural Commercial-Exception 5 (RC-5) zone.
News - Marmora - Deputy-reeve Rita Cimprich, who chaired the November 5 council meeting in the absence of Reeve Terry Clemens, began by extending thanks to Fire Chief Tony Brownson and staff members for their involvement in putting together the annual emergency exercise and training session, saying the effort made those involved more prepared to respond to an emergency should the need arise in the future. She went on to congratulate longtime employees, Clerk Judy Durbatch and Manager of Transportation Services Ron Derry on their upcoming retirements, thanking them for their hard work and contributions during many years of service. She commented that ads had been placed in both local papers and the Good Roads publication, saying the municipality would do its best to hire replacements, then adding, â€œbut we will miss our longtime employees!â€? In reference to a press release received from the county and relating to HOTie awards, Cimprich congratulated all winners, making special note of the #7 Classic Cruisers Club which was named the Tourism Organization of the Year, and Leo Provost, the MVP (Individual) of the Year.
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The purpose and effect of the application is to rezone the subject lands from the Residential First Density (R1) Zone to the Special Multiple Residential holding (MR-7-h) Zone in the Municipality of Tweed Comprehensive Zoning By-Law No. 2012-30 to facilitate the construction of a six-plex multi-residential unit. The Special Multiple Residential holding (MR-7-h) Zone will allow one sixplex multi-residential unit and provide site specific zone provisions. The holding provision would not be removed until such time as the owner provides a site plan and/or a site plan agreement to the satisfaction of the Municipality. Additional information and material relating to the application for the proposed zoning by-law amendment, including mapping, is available for inspection by any member of the public during regular business hours at the municipal office, 255 Metcalf Street, Tweed.
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ANY PERSON may attend the Public Meeting and/or make written or verbal representation either in support of or in opposition to the proposed zoning by-law amendment. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at the Public Meeting, or make written submissions to the Municipality of Tweed, before the by-law is passed, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of the Council of the Municipality of Tweed to the Ontario Municipal Board. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at the Public Meeting, or make written submissions to the Municipality of Tweed, before the by-law is passed, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the OMB unless, in the opinion of the Board, there are reasonable grounds to do so.
News - Belleville - Ontario loses 350 acres of farmland every day; itâ€™s time to protect our food and water sources. Citizens Against Melrose Quarry has teamed up with the province-wide group Food & Water First to protect the prime agricultural land and source water
in our community. Did you realize that only five per cent of Ontario is Class 1 farmland and that we are losing 350 acres every day to non-agricultural use? If we continue to destroy farmland and endanger water supplies in Ontario at this alarming rate, what legacy will we
The application proposes to amend the Municipality of Tweed Comprehensive Zoning By-Law No. 2012-30. The proposed zoning by-law amendment will change the zoning for the lands described as Lot 67, Plan 269, 145 Alexander Street in the Village of Tweed, now the Municipality of Tweed.
ed out. As well, $500 worth of candy found its way into the hands of local ghouls and goblins, the funds having been donated by area residents. Jones thanked the Youth Committee, arena staff, and clerk for their help in making the event the fun that it was. In view of a press release from the OPP, a reminder went out to all to be aware of telephone and mail scams, with reference being made to a recent incident in Marmora. Councillor Linda Bracken reported on the recent success of last weekendâ€™s road toll, a joint effort of the local fire department, which was collecting money in support of Muscular Dystrophy Canada, and the local health committee which was raising funds for a community guide. In spite of the poor weather, the total raised was just under $5,000, the most ever taken in during this annual campaign. Bev James, who spoke during the public input portion of the meeting, mentioned that she had written to council regarding an entrance off Forsyth Street which was higher than the norm and could cause damage to the underside of turning vehicles. She was told council members had not seen the letter, but that it was being dealt with and had been referred to the appropriate staff.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING CONCERNING A PROPOSED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT NOTICE is hereby given that the Municipality of Tweed Planning Advisory Committee will hold a Public Meeting on Monday, December 2, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 255 Metcalf Street, Tweed to consider a proposed zoning by-law amendment under Section 34 of the Planning Act for the above noted application, numbered as ZA10/13. The lands will be made subject to site plan control pursuant to Section 41 of the Planning Act.
A letter received from the fourmember fireworks fund-raising committee, comprised of Cheryle Leonard, Kathi McBride, Donna Nicolson and Cathie Jones, announcing their intentions to turn the initiative over to the municipality after five years, led to a thank you from council members and the hope that someone might step forward to take on the job. The letter indicated, â€œLast year $8,000 was raised and we are sure a new committee can surpass that number. As the Canada Day Fireworks is a committee of council, we are sure a council member will step up, take this on and keep the tradition going.â€? Members of the Marmora Crowe Valley Lions Club notified council that they would again be organizing the annual Santa Claus Parade, scheduled for December 7 at 2 p.m., beginning as always at the fairgrounds. Club members successfully asked that the fee be waived for the use of the Community Centre following the parade, where the children will have a chance to visit with Santa, and enjoy a hot dog and a cup of hot chocolate. Councillor Elaine Jones reported the Halloweâ€™en Spooktacular, held at the Community Centre, had been a great success, with over 1,000 bags of chips and cheesies having been hand-
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Editorial - What will the Middle East look like after Iran and the great powers that are negotiating over Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons ambitions. the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany (P5+1), sign a deal that ends the confrontation? It’s time to ask the question, because there is going to be a deal. It didn’t get signed in Geneva last weekend, but it came close. The only foreign minister at the Geneva talks on Friday Gwynne Dyer was Mohammad Javad Zarif of Iran, but progress was so rapid that by Saturday almost all the foreign ministers of the “P5+1” – American, British, French, German and Russian – dropped whatever they were doing and flew in for the grand finale. Only the Chinese foreign minister was absent. The grand finale has been postponed. There were just too many details to clear up in a single weekend, and a couple of sticking points that have yet to be resolved. But the date for the next meeting has already been set (November 20), and nobody went away angry. “We are all on the same wavelength,” said Zarif. “There is a deal on the table and it can be done,” said British Foreign Secretary William Hague. There are “still some gaps” between Iran and some of the other countries present, Hague said, but “they are narrow gaps. You asked what went wrong. I would say that a great deal went right.” Even French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, the one who apparently dropped a last-minute spanner in the works, said that, “we are not far from a agreement with the Iranians, although we are not there yet.” Fabius’s demands were that the reactor in Arak, now nearing completion, should never be activated, as it would produce plutonium as a byproduct, and that Iran’s store of uranium enriched to medium level (20 percent pure) should be brought back down to 5 percent to move it farther away from weapons-grade (90 percent). Introduced into the talks at a late stage, his demands brought the proceedings to a temporary halt. All the other Western powers closed ranks and insisted that these were joint demands, but they were not part of the original draft agreement. Speculation was rife that France was acting on behalf of its customers (for French weapons) on the Arab side of the Gulf, notably in the United Arab Emirates, who view the deal under discussion with just as much horror as Israel does. But France can only delay things: the deal is going to happen. One immediate consequence of the deal will be that Israel has
to stop threatening to attack Iran. The threat was always 90 percent bluff – Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s own military chiefs would probably refuse to obey him if he ordered such an attack without American support – but now it will be simply ridiculous. Which will swing the spotlight back to Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians. Iran’s economic isolation will also end, although it may take several years to unwind all the economic sanctions. The gradual return of prosperity in Iran will make the current Islamic regime more secure (which may be the main reason that the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, authorised newly elected President Hassan Rouhani to negotiate the nuclear deal and end the confrontation.) But the big question is whether a nuclear deal with Iran will cool the rapidly intensifying Sunni-Shia conflict that threatens to suck in the whole of the Fertile Crescent and the Arabian Peninsula. The answer, alas, is probably not. The split is as incomprehensible to non-Muslims as the religious wars of Europe four centuries ago were to non-Christians, and mercifully Sunni-Shia hostility has never reached quite that intensity of violence and hatred. But right across the Islamic world it has been getting worse for several decades now, and the eye of the storm is in the Middle East. Iran is the sole Shia great power, so it is inevitably the focus of the fears of Sunni Arabs and the hopes of Shia Arabs. Moreover, given Turkey’s semi-detached relationship with the region, Iran is in practical terms the greatest power in the entire Middle East. For the past decade, Iran has been greatly weakened by the arms and trade embargoes that the West imposed because of the nuclear issue. Once those embargoes are removed Iran will regain much of its former strength. This is already causing great anxiety in the Sunni Arab countries, especially those that face it across the Gulf. Even quite experienced people in Washington and other Western capitals don’t realise the extent to which the Sunni Arab countries of the Middle East thought that their close ties with the Western great powers gave them a kind of guarantee against Shia power –and how betrayed they feel now that they think that guarantee is being withdrawn. Sunnis outnumber Shias almost ten-to-one in the Islamic world as a whole, but in the smaller world that stretches from Iran and Turkey to Palestine and Yemen, the “Middle East”, Shias make up more than a third of the population. The war is already hot and quite openly sectarian in Syria and in Iraq. In many other places (Lebanon, Bahrain, Yemen) it is bubbling just underneath the surface. It will get worse before it gets better.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR Time for this political advisor to Butt out Dear Editor, It wasn’t just coincidence that Liberal leader Justin Trudeau suddenly came out recently and blamed Prime Minister Stephen Harper for the U.S. refusal to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to be built. According to Trudeau, all Harper had to do to sanction the pipeline was to simply become a far-left liberal ideologue like himself by approving a carbon tax, something even the Americans haven’t yet done. Of course, Trudeau also claimed his main objective is to protect the middle class but he also insists that taxing everyone is the right thing to do. It wasn’t too surprising to understand where Trudeau is coming from by pushing for still another environmental hit to be imposed on the taxpayers. The carbon tax initiative comes shortly after the Trudeau camp’s selection of Gerald Butts as one of his key advisors. Butts, known as Butthead by his many critics, was the Principal Secretary to Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty prior to getting a call from the Trudeau people. He also has his fingerprints all over the Green Energy fiasco and other boondoggles by the provincial Liberals.
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So Butts helped to economically destroy one province and now he has his sights on bigger things like the entire country’s economy so we all can become a financial basket case just like the Obama administration. Butts is the former CEO of the World Wildlife Federation so he obviously has his priorities written in stone when it comes to carbon tax, global warming and all the other libleft environmental objectives. Advancing the economy or looking out for the middle class taxpayers is the least of the concerns of either Trudeau or Butts. What taxpayers have to remember is that green energy has put hydro costs into orbit in this province and created a huge burden on seniors with fixed incomes. The U.S. has its Obamacare scandal to whine about while Ontario residents have energy and gas plant scandals to denounce thanks to the so-called friends of the middle class like McGuinty and Gerald Butts. Keep that in mind the next time you go to the ballot box. Rolly Ethier, Campbellford
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Editorial - Not that anything has changed, but people down Belleville/Trenton/ Stirling way used to really bust a gut whenever the conversation rolled around to life north of number 7. And they still do. A lot of Stirling kids, myself included, were a little baffled by all this nonsense. After all, when we lost our high school back in the sixties and were shipped kicking and screaming to Centennial, we also found ourselves the butt of jokes by our Belleville contemporaries. The strange part of being the focus of that derision was their choice of names to call us. For some reason, known only to themselves, referring to us as farmers was a real knee-slapper. To many of us, this was pretty much the same as calling Belleville folk, city people; obvious and nothing to get your dander up about. While I must admit some of us from Stirling made jokes about those villages bordering, close to or north of seven, we certainly weren’t malicious. It’s not that we selectively showed our disdain for people from Madoc, Marmora, Tweed or Havelock. We didn’t much care for the folks from Brighton, Campbellford or Frankford either. And that was only because we played hockey against them so there was always a bit of carryover from every season especially if one of those towns got the best of us. Unlike our parents, who used to roam around the area going to dances in each of these small towns and had an opportunity to get to know the inhabitants personally, our generation really only interacted on the ice. A different time and an unfortunate loss for us in the greater scheme of things. Joking about the neighbours, however distant, really is a matter of perspective. A young woman from Eldorado once told me Cooper was where all the real hillbillies lived. For those who don’t know the area, if someone put their mind to it, they could easily travel between the two hamlets on foot and it would be a breeze on a bicycle. Go to Kaladar and they’ll tell you the real rednecks and hillbillies live in Barry’s Bay, heavy on the Baaa in Barry’s. I remember making a comment a couple of years ago after hearing that old joke about what do you call a guy walking along number seven with a sheep under his arm. I said, in all my years of travelling through the north country, I had yet to see a sheep. The response of course was because they all lived in the house with their owners. And now, after years of abuse, the rednecks’ time has come. Being a redneck is now considered quite chic given the number of shows on American television celebrating the redneck way of life. Duck Dynasty with its ZZ Top lookalikes. Duck Commander. Swamp people. Mountain Men. Are You Faster than a Redneck? My Big Redneck Vacation. Not that I watch any of these shows on a weekly basis but I can relate even though I have to consider myself someone of mixed pedigree with a farmer father and a mother from Toronto. With the recent parade of ATVs and 4x4s passing by the house on the way to or from the hunting camps farther down the road, I’m well aware I’m not living the complete redneck dream. But I do own an ATV and every spring, my buddies and I take some poor ATV owner from the city to Kaladar and proceed to see how many pond holes we can cross before we get stuck in the middle of one. With Mud Bugs all around and my feet stationed just below the handlebars, I never get stuck, but for some strange reason I find that blub, blub, blub of an exhaust pipe under water quite exhilarating. And to nobody’s surprise, most of the city slickers we bring back prefer to ride their quads around the ponds for fear of getting wet, the big babies. While we own a 4x4 truck, it isn’t jacked up with huge tires on it, so we aren’t quite keeping up with current redneck fashion. But in our defense, we do take it off-road when we head into the bush to cut wood and don’t mind the sound of pinstripes being painted on the vehicle while brushing against nearby trees. Adds character. Blaze orange and camo. Got it covered. An appreciation for the great outdoors instead of a trip to the mall. You bet. North America versus import? I’m proud to say my first car was a ‘72 Cougar and my truck is a Ford. Couple of GMs along the way for good measure. When I see women or girls wearing pink camo while passing through Marmora or Madoc, I grin. On Saturday, my wife and I both smiled when we passed the “Hillbilly Hauler” half ton twice on the Spring Brook road both coming and going. I have to say, it almost brings a tear to my eye when I see the local communities along the Highway 7 corridor, coming out of the closet and embracing all things redneck. City folks be damned, it’s time for some redneck revenge. In fact, it’s about time someone started to come up with a few south of seven jokes with Belleville as the subject. I’m heading to Belleville tomorrow and this farmer’s son has a few old scores to settle. Got any good jokes.
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Large crowds arrive for rainy Remembrance Day
Stirling – On a drizzly and blustery November 11, a large crowd lined Mill Street as members of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 228, along with veterans, families and dignitaries participated in Remembrance Day ceremonies to pay tribute to men and women who have died fighting for their country. The 11 a.m. ceremony, with official addresses, the reading of In Flanders Fields and the listing of the names of those locally who made the ultimate sacrifice, was conducted in what several in attendance described as weather befitting the occasion. But, while the weather was less than ideal, strong support was seen in both Stirling and Harold, where the municipality’s
two cenotaphs are located, noted Legion branch President George Jones. In Stirling several individuals and groups, including elected officials, students from nearby schools and representatives from volunteer organizations placed numerous wreaths at the base of the cenotaph as umbrellas shielded many of those in attendance. Members of the Stirling Citizens Band were once again in attendance, providing accompanying music during the morning service from under the covered bridge. The tribute came to a close with the Legion’s colour guard leading the way, followed by a parade of veterans and present members of the military, who left the
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“He did other things, too. He was always at meetings. We hardly ever saw him.” There are stories of many men and many families at this exhibit, all serving to remind the guest that Tweed is a small and closely knit community. Dutch Vermeer and Malon Clark have done their town a service with this military exhibit by giving it a peek at its past and allowing a better understanding of where it is now. It’s worth visiting every year. The exhibit runs until November 15.
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Standing in front of a display honouring recently deceased Lieutenant-General Jack Vance (l-r) are visitors Carman Reid, Don McTaggart (who in World War II was a rear gunner in a Lancaster), Rod Uens, and host Baden Vance (son of Burt Vance and nephew to Lieutenant-General Jack Vance). Photo: Glenn Ford
terest needed by a stranded pilot who ﬁnds himself on the wrong side of the front. Dutch Vermeer donated two remarkable items for the display, World War I Canadian and German army helmets that had been found in a very interesting way. During World War II Walt Hill, with 4th Canadian Armoured Division tanks, was digging foxholes in Flanders near the French border. It was there he found these two old enemies’ helmets side by side. Lieutenant-General Vance’s brother is also well represented
mand of a battalion during the 1970s and early 1980s, shaking hands with the Mayor of Stuttgart, Manfred Rommel, son of Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox. During World War II Rommel had earned the respect of both his German troops and his enemies. There are many other items of interest at the exhibit. For example, Canadian pilots during World War II were equipped with a very convenient tool; turned inside out, the lining inside one of their jackets is exposed to the visitor. Very cleverly, a map of Europe is printed on it, including roads, highways, and other points of in-
is well known to the Tweed community. Though he retired from the military in 1988 at the age of 55, his service to The Royal Canadian Regiment and to the larger community continued throughout his life. One small example: shortly after retiring he accepted the position of Colonel Commandant of the Royal Canadian Cadet Corps, an appointment he exercised for three years. For the rest of his life he continued to associate his name and provide support to the cadet movement. One notable photograph shows Lieutenant-General Vance in Germany, while he was in com-
News - Tweed - For the past ﬁve years veterans Martin “Dutch” Vermeer and Malon Clark have presented a military exhibit at the Tweed Heritage Centre around this time of year, Remembrance Day. An impressive array of photographs and military paraphernalia lining the walls and covering the tables of the hall are evidence of their hard work. Most of the exhibits are related to Tweed and area veterans, and this year one wall has been dedicated to recently deceased LieutenantGeneral J.E. “Jack” Vance. Lieutenant-General Jack Vance
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Students of CHSS get a feel of real war By Diane Sherman
News - Madoc - The annual Remembrance Day assembly at Centre Hastings Secondary School was particularly poignant when librarian Jane Foster presented a slide show and quoted excerpts from Jim Murphy’s non-fiction book Truce: The Day the Soldiers Stopped Fighting. Twenty-two year service veteran Rick Porter preceded with an address to the assembly on behalf of the Royal Canadian Legion, Madoc. He said he wanted to get across to young people that “legion members are not just old folks sitting around drinking beer. I wanted them to know what we do in the community, and that most veterans never talk about their experiences in war. They don’t want to.” Porter said his grandfather was in the first great war and his father in the second. “Neither of them would talk about it.” Foster’s presentation brought into focus real life
experience from the trenches of 1914. She quoted Winston Churchill as Murphy did in his book, ““What would happen, I wonder, if the Armies suddenly and simultaneously went on strike and said some other method must be found of settling the dispute?” She went on to quote Murphy’s account of life from the fields in that first “Great War.” “The soldiers who fought in this calamitous war called it the Great War. We know it today as the First World War. “None of the soldiers who joined this war knew how deadly or senseless it would be. In a matter of days, six million of them would find themselves facing weapons of unimaginable destructive power. None of these young men realized that their leaders had lied to get them to fight in a war that did not have to have happened. Nor would they know that on December 25, 1914, they would openly defy their commanding officers and meet on the battle-
field in what can only be descried as a Christmas miracle.” She told them the story of how the Allied Forces were close enough to toss cans of “bullied beef” over to the Germans in their trenches nearby. She spoke of that moment of “truce” on that Christmas Eve in 1914 when the Germans began to sing Silent Night, and they all joined in for a moment of truce, all just humans with families waiting for them. Kim Dafoe directed students in the presentation, including the song Where Have all the Flowers Gone, You Raise Me Up, Blackbird, and Hallelujah. After the school service, student representatives, Abby Bonter and Brett Prevost went to the cenotaph to lay the wreath on behalf of all students and staff of Central Hastings secondary school. Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Brennan Michener stands in honour of those fallen to battle as CHSS librarian Jane Foster reads from the book Truce: The Day The Soldiers Stopped Fighting, by Jim Murphy, telling how soldiers from both the German and Allied Forces found a moment of peace on Christmas Eve. Photo by Diane Sherman.
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She was particularly pleased with her heifer’s chances, “but I definitely wasn’t expecting to have her (Baker Farms Zagucci) to win the whole show.” And as a result, Baker left her Madoc home for Saskatchewan, and what she admits would be a very long drive, to spend this week attending even more shows featuring some of the country’s best livestock. “It’s been busy,” she says of the preparation and travel required, as well as the shows themselves. Baker has managed to keep up with the demands of farm life and a pair of part-time jobs. And it is nothing new, she adds, looking back over the past decade’s involvement in school activities and organizations such as the local 4-H club. With shows scheduled from Nov. 12 until Nov. 14, Baker will be returning home with perhaps even more accolades.
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“I’m looking forward to it,” she said before leaving to attend the annual show that wraps up on Saturday after six days of competitions, demonstrations and exhibitions, adding she expects to see some familiar faces there. Ashley Baker left her home in Madoc this week to attend the Canadian Western Agribition in Regina, SK, after showing the Grand Champion Heifer at the 2013 National Junior Beef Heifer Show at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
Seedy Saturday at the library By Glenn Ford
News - Tweed - The Tweed Horticultural Society knew they wanted to have more events for children this year, and they are surely achieving their goal. Before Hallowe’en they had a pumpkin carving party featuring the very talented Adam Haley out of Stirling whose spectacularly carved pumpkins inspired the children to carve their own. The idea is to “get the kids away from the television,” said Horticultural Society president Joan Morton, “allow them to do their own thing.” Last week the society put on Seedy Saturday at the Tweed Library. Dozens of bowls containing various seeds and grasses, thistle flowers, maple keys, cedar seeds, sedum, millet, corn, rye, and wheat, kidney beans, soya beans, lima beans and more were laid out on the table for the children’s use and education. This time it was Morton’s turn to inspire the children. She displayed more than a dozen paper plates on which she had glued various seeds, some painted, to great effect. There were representations of flowers, there were abstracts, an owl, a duck, and a peacock, all made from nothing more than the ingredients on the table. “You have to place the seeds on tape to spray paint them,” she said. “Otherwise they blow all over the place.” There was one book at the library to help those interested in this kind of work, Collage from Seeds, Leaves and
Flowers, by Joan Carver. The Tweed Horticultural Society meets shortly to prepare next year’s events. Perhaps if they hold Seedy Saturday again next year some of the participants will have had time to prepare and display their own creations.
Joan Morton, president of the Horticultural Society, brought an example of what can be made with seeds and glue. In this photograph you can clearly see pumpkin seeds, rye, corn, sunflower, millet, black beans, kidney beans and lima beans glued on to a wood frame to great effect. Photo: Glenn Ford
Historical Society buries time capsule By Glenn Ford
News - Tweed - The Tweed and Area Historical Society has been celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Roseann Trudeau has been responsible for holding a series of events to raise money for the organization. They held three silent auctions, a barbecue and bake sale, a poster contest that involved Tweed schools, and a gala dinner that was a huge success. At the gala many awards were handed out, many to Evan Morton and the Heritage Centre of which he is curator. Jo-Anne Albert presented Gerry Heaysman, president of the Tweed and
Area Historical Society, with a certiﬁcate from the Municipality of Tweed. Daryl Kramp was present to deliver an award, and Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne sent awards to Evan Morton and the Heritage Centre. The ﬁnal event of the Historical Society’s anniversary celebration was the burying of a time capsule, which is not to be opened until their 50th anniversary in 2038. Rashotte Home Building Centre donated the container, Sheila-Marie YoumansDonatella dug the hole, Roseann Trudeau buried the capsule, and Evan Morton placed the stone plaque over it.
Contained within the time capsule were various memorabilia relating to the ﬁrst 25 years of the Tweed Historical Society. For example, newspaper and magazine articles about the society dating back to its inception have been included, as well as photocopied photographs of the three locations where the Historical Society has matured, culminating in their present location, Houston House on Victoria Street in Tweed. A 25th anniversary two-dollar wooden coin and a silver jail pin from the famous Tweed Jail have been included; student posters, a wine bottle label and invitations from the gala dinner held earlier this year have also been included; and, importantly, an article written
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by the curator, Evan Morton, Historical Background, is included. This will surely provide valuable information to future directors. There are many other items included too numerous to mention. Regarding the success of the 25th anniversary events Roseann Trudeau said it “wouldn’t have been possible without the tremendous support of our community, individuals, and businesses. Words can’t express the gratitude, I and we, the Historical Society, have for everyone involved and the awesome community we live in.” Twodollar wooden coins and T-shirts celebrating the occasion are still available at the Tweed News and the Heritage Centre.
Police investigate rollover Displaying the stone plaque that will cover the buried time capsule are, from left to right, Director George Logan, Roseann Trudeau, designer of the plaque Virginia Witecki, Director Sheila-Marie YoumansDonatella, and in front, holding the stone plaque he built, Paul Mailloux. The plaque reads: “Tweed and Area Historical Society. This time capsule placed November 6, 2013, to be recovered November 6, 2038.” Photo: Glenn Ford
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Anglican church women once again presented a significant showing for women of the region. Linda Hadley is modelling a dress suited to her physical structure. Shelley Radcliffe of Fashions that Move chose live models from the community to show how choice in fashion design can enhance the beauty of all body types. Whether big or small, dressing with style was the theme of the evening. Benefits of the show will go toward community endeavours as determined by the ACW of St. John the Baptist Church of Madoc. Photo: Diane Sherman
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the shop he moved his business into a mobile trailer and serviced areas that didnâ€™t have access to barbers, for example in Northbrook and Arden. The trailer still sits proudly on his property and in the gentler seasons he cuts hair for loyal customers inside. Claude took a great risk when he bought that first shop. He and his wife Georgette grew up in a small community southeast of OtEvery Sunday @ 11am tawa. When they crossed the ...as we worship God together bridge into Tweed they were St. Andrewâ€™s Presbyterian Church in their first year of marriage, and Georgette, who couldnâ€™t -ILL 3T 3TIRLING s WWWSTANDREWSSTIRLINGCOM speak English, was three days away from giving birth to their first child, and neither of them knew a soul. Now they
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Business - Tweed - A familiar barber in town has a new location for the winter. Claude Leclair has opened a new shop beside the Legion on Tweedâ€™s main street where he cuts menâ€™s and womenâ€™s hair, performs an old-fashioned straight razor shave, and does piercings. In 1964 Claude Leclair opened a barber shop on Tweedâ€™s main street where he flourished for over 20 years. After selling
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and made a phone call. Jordan was comfortable with them but the dogs were not, so Jordan went to a foster home. Jordan prefers to have humans to herself. Living in a foster home with other cats she has learned to share. Jordan is a dark calico about 4-5 years old. She is not very big and likes to put herself in odd places like, the dryer when the clothes are being folded, or the grocery bag after it is emptied.
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and spirit.â€? She said even her foot treatments, a pedicure priced at $30 or a simple nail trim for $15, is geared to be â€œan enjoyable and relaxing experience.â€? The shop, at 10 St. Lawrence Street East, has been comfortably adapted to her work. A quiet, peaceful, treatment room is simply furnished with cushioned table, soft lighting and music, where she does back treatments, facials and relaxing massage. Her back treatments are reasonably priced at $32. Roy is focusing her service toward women at the moment, though she hopes to have one evening, or a weekend, each month dedicated to foot care and back treatments for men. She says she is looking for another esthetician to work with her and invites alterna-
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tive health practitioners to contact her so she can refer clients to their services. â€œIâ€™m looking to bundle treatments with services of other businesses, as well as providing a location for workshops and direct selling open houses.â€? She said her long-term goal is to have a wellness centre in Madoc including aromatherapy, natural healing, acupuncture and a registered massage therapist. Bookings are available by phone (613-968-0678), texts, Twitter, Facebook and a web site <www.holistic-beauty. wix.com/lauries-esthetics> or stopping in at the shop. Currently her hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Mondays to Fridays, with the option of evening or weekend appointments for those working weekdays.
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November 9 was the official opening of Holistic Beauty by Laurie, a new spa in Madoc. Reeve Owen Ketcheson and MP Daryl Kramp held the ribbon while Laurie Roy, and her son Cory, get ready to cut with help from Councillor Shelby Kramp-Neuman and Deputy-reeve Tom Simpson. Photo: Diane Sherman
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sheâ€™d made with professional help honouring her father, his spirit and his accomplishments. Made up from old photographs and stories, â€œCome, Sit In My Chair,â€? is the songâ€™s name, and it clearly expresses her love and affection for her father. It can be seen at her web site, <francineleclair.com>.
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have three adult children, Francine, Rachel and Yvan, who just last month celebrated their parentsâ€™ 50th anniversary by throwing a beautiful dinner and party at Trudeau Park hall in their honour. Claude was quick to make himself known when he first came to town. He became a local auctioneer after getting a diploma from the Missouri Auction School. He started a judo club and was the barber instructor at Collins Bay Penitentiary. Having a love for speed, he built, owned and operated the Tweed Speedway in 1967-1968; and, to raise money for the Kinsmen Club, tried to race his snowmobile across Moira Lake to the
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By Steve Jessel
News - Belleville - One of the Belleville General Hospital Foundation’s most popular fundraisers is making a return in 2014. On Tuesday it was announced that in January the Yardmen Arena will play host to two alumni teams from age old rivals during the 2014 Scotiabank Legends of Hockey NHL Alumni Game. “We have a hockey fantasy weekend in store for fans in our community,” said BGH director of special events Sue Rollins. On January 17, Belleville will play host to alumni teams from the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins, all in support of of the Belleville General Hospital Foundation. So far, Doug Gilmour and Ray Bourque headline a list of conﬁrmed participants that includes Bruins Terry O’Reilly (606 points, 2,095 penalty minutes in 891 NHL games), former hardest slapshot record holder Al Iafrate and former Bruins winger Rick Middleton, who recorded 988 points over a 14-year NHL career. “We’re excited to host another Legends game this year,” said BGH Foundation president Bob Doyle. “With the opportunity to see Ray Bourque and Doug Gilmour on the ice together again we expect another sell out this year.” Registered Massage Therapy Available
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The Shinny Pro-Am will take place on January 18, and will feature 16 teams playing at the Yardmen Arena and at CFB Trenton. Teams are required to raise at least $5,000 in order to draft one of the NHL alumni to play with the team during the Pro-Am, while winners from each arena will meet in a ﬁnal match at CFB Trenton to determine the ﬁnal winner. Tickets for the alumni game, taking place Friday, January 17 at 7 p.m. go on sale at the Bulls box ofﬁce beginning on November 26. For more information, visit their website at www.legendsofhockey. ca.
Bill Newman drops the puck for Scotiabank’s Ana Bento (left) and BGH special events coordinator Sue Rollins, each sporting a jersey for the alumni teams participating in the 2014 Scotiabank Legends of Hockey NHL Alumni Game. Photo: Steve Jessel
Tobacco charges abound for health unit By Jack Evans
News - Belleville - The tobacco police of the Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Health Unit remain active, the board was told at its November meeting. Enforcing provisions of the “Smoke-free Ontario Act,” health unit staffers reported a total of 25 charges under the act during the period of July 1 through September 30. A number were to retail outlets selling tobacco products to persons under 19 years of age. Outlets facing that charge are: Daisy Mart, 308 North Front Street, Belleville; Mr. Convenience, 652 Dundas Street East, Belleville; 10-Acre Esso Gas Bar; Luc’s Variety, 436 Dundas Street West, Belleville; Munchy’s Variety, 31 Wilkins Street, Belleville; Outerbanks
Deli, Picton and Blessington General Store. A number of other charges involved holding lighted cigarettes in workplaces or public places, mostly drivers such as taxis and even a Belleville employee in one vehicle. Meanwhile, the agency continues its campaign to encourage smokers to quit, offering free clinics and assistance products. In the wake of the recent lowcost rabies vaccination program at various veterinary outlets across the region, one unusual charge was for failure to immunize a dog. A Marmora man was ﬁned $110 for that offence after someone was bitten. Several food service businesses
were charged during the period of August 20 through October 24 under food inspection services. They included Buffet Gardens, Belleville, for improper temperature controls on some foods. When board members questioned the followup available, they were told that such checks are done regularly to ensure that the problem is corrected immediately. The board also heard a presentation from staffer Jennifer Ronan on a program called “Physical Activity Leaders in Schools. The pilot project in a few schools in the health unit’s area has been well received, she said. She also reviewed the mental, emotional and physical problems associated with lack of normal
physical activity in young students and conﬁrmed that such lack is a serious problem throughout the area. Another report updated the board on its Sexual Health Program. In the local health unit’s jurisdiction, from 1985 through 2012 there were 62 new HIV cases, placing the area 25th out of 36 Ontario health unit jurisdictions. Another major sexual disease problem remains gonorrhea, where the last available class of antibiotics to treat the disease has been failing worldwide. The board also passed a revised procedural bylaw, especially to clarify policies on closed meetings and bring those policies up to recently revised provincially mandated ones.
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Crowe Valley Board deals with budget matters By Judy Backus
News - Marmora - Municipal representatives on the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority Board gathered for a regular meeting at the headquarters on November 7 with Chair Barry Rand welcoming all, then mentioning a request that had been made to him on several occasions. That was to improve the timeliness and communications with the lake associations and stakeholders, in part by publishing draft minutes which would appear online shortly after the meeting. He suggested the minutes be written and posted with ample notice to indicate they are in a draft state. He also suggested that written reports be prepared and available in advance of a meeting. Board members agreed with the suggestion, and staff will, at the next meeting scheduled for December 12, be asked for their input. An update, provided by Sharlene Richardson regarding generic regulations, pointed to one permit which was on hold relating to a recommended denial. Richardson pointed out that the applicant had a right to a hearing in front of the board, then went on to present a slide show outlining guidelines involved with such a hearing. She indicated that the applicant had not yet requested a hearing, but her feeling was that he would, and that, hopefully, the hearing could be held during the next board meeting. Richardson also mentioned that conservation authorities’agreements with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans would be null and void as of November 25 and that a coming conference would discuss the implications and new strategies for conservation authorities to deal with fisheries permits. With regard to the Oceans and Fisheries matter, Havelock-BelmontMethuen Mayor Ron Gerow said it appeared from what he has read that this would amount to another download from the federal government, his feeling being that CVCA would likely be asked
to provide service on their behalf. He felt the board should notify the related members of federal parliament of their concern, and with regard to related costs, that a mechanism be put in place that the conservation authority be reimbursed for any costs incurred as a result of the download. A motion to that effect was passed. In his report to the board, General Manager Tim Pidduck, in reference to a well-attended meeting held October 25, said, “I firmly believe that the interest expressed by the [cottagers’] associations is a clear signal and a message to the authority of their desire to assist the CVCA. The time is correct to re-establish old connections …” He mentioned the previous existence of an association of presidents of various lake associations, suggesting it be revived and relations be built to work “towards creating long lasting partnerships with a very large and important segment of the CVCA resident population.” Ron Gerow asked about the possible formation of an advisory committee, saying he felt if such a thing were to take place, there were a number of stakeholders within the system to be considered. He stressed the importance of having the chair present at such meetings to ensure political continuity. “At the end of the day,” he said in reference to the board, “we are the people who are held accountable and responsible and if we don’t know what is going on, it makes it very difficult. It is important that all the stakeholders have a say.” He went on to support the motion of an advisory committee. High water levels were also included in Pidduck’s report, with recent rains resulting in unusually high flows for this time of year. He mentioned a hope to return to winter levels within the next couple of weeks, saying personnel had been busy on the dams. Work will soon proceed on upgrades to a new CVCA web site as well as the installation of a server which will be in
place by the end of the year. A graphic will tackle those issues and find ways of the member municipalities—line by artist has been approached to prepare to ensure progress moves forward … line. The LRP, which had been presented three versions of a new CVCA logo— Valuable lessons were learned this year. to those municipalities, had stated a hopefully in time for the December We need to communicate better, raise levy increase of six per cent. Although meeting—the current one being very awareness, and ensure new partnerships the difference between the two was outdated. are explored for the benefit of all.” slight, as pointed out by Sharon Carson A member of the public, Ritch Smith, He said he believed the interest representing the Township of Limerick, who had an opportunity to comment, expressed by the associations was the municipalities had been told that a agreed with the idea of a committee, a clear signal and a “message to the six per cent increase “was a worst-case saying the October meeting indicated “a authority of their desire to assist the scenario.” She went on to say she would great deal of interest from the public and CVCA,” adding, “the timing is correct like to see the plan follow through as it the lake associations as to what is going to re-establish old connections, build had been presented, the response being on here.” He also suggested additional new relations and work toward creating that the document would be revisited, material be posted on the web site to long lasting partnerships with a very with an intention to get the bottom line inform the public of such things as the large and important segment of the back to the previously publicized six per budget, the long-range plan, dam repairs CVCA resident population … I will be cent increase. and updates. forwarding an e-mail to the associations If the budget is approved in principle The next portion of the meeting, and and inviting their participation at a at the December 12 meeting, it will then the most lengthy, dealt with the 2014 session/workshop in 2014 and to also be distributed to all municipalities for budget, with Chair Barry Rand crediting open my door for dialogue between now comments, with time for the board to Amanda Donald, CVCA Administrative and the formal session for those who consider those before a final decision is Assistant/Bookkeeper with the format would like to express any immediate made at the annual meeting in February. presented which allowed comparison of ideas or concepts.” One other item of business referred to the 2013 budget to the one proposed for With regard to the proposed, and what the stop logs in the eastern sluiceway of the coming year. was described as a very preliminary, the Marmora Dam, with Pidduck saying In his budget related remarks, budget which had been circulated to the bay had not operated for many years Pidduck said 2013 had not been an easy board members the previous week, he and the life expectancy of the logs one, saying 2013 has indeed been a said he believed it was achievable and would now be at zero. He successfully significant challenge for the CVCA. He was a target the authority set for itself. recommended that the logs be replaced commented, “As the year unfolded, new Board members, led by Pidduck, went before freeze up at a potential cost of challenges were presented to staff as the through the document—which required $14,000, although he did suggest the long-range plan was launched and began a 6.33 per cent levy increase for each bottom line might be less. the first full year of implementation. Projects were identified, funding was obtained and change was initiated with a number of Highlights of our Teacher certification programs: objectives in the plan well under > Similar to B.Ed Degree in Ontario way.” He referred > Eligible for certification with Ontario’s College of Teachers & NY State to the long-range > 100 hours of observation in the classroom before student teaching plan (LRP) as being > 16 weeks of student teaching experience a great framework > Practicum and student teaching can be completed in Ontario for the CVCA MST in Childhood Education – enrollment any term! and its member * * Still considering candidates for the Winter 2014 term * * municipalities. “The message > Full time and part-time basis is clear in the > Ontario certification for primary and junior plan. Staff and I > NY Certification for Grade 1–6
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Brennan leads Titans to championship By Steve Jessel
Sports - Belleville - The Bay of Quinte girls basketball championships were decided Saturday night at Loyalist College, and in an all-Belleville ﬁnal, the St. Theresa Titans rode a stellar 23-point performance from Anna Brennan to a 49 - 29 victory over the Moira Trojans in the senior ﬁnal. “I think we played really well, we came together as a team,” Brennan said, shortly after being named the player of the game. “I think if we play to our potential we can go to OFSAA.” Early on, it was both teams’ defences that were playing well, consistently forcing turnovers at both ends as shooters from both teams struggled to ﬁnd their groove. St. Theresa led just 11 - 8 at the end of the ﬁrst quarter, however, began to ﬁnd their shooting touch as the second period drew to a close, and led 26 - 15 at the half. Nicole Loveys led ﬁrst-half scoring Bayside’s Taylor McCullough makes a move to get past a defender during for the Trojans with six Bay of Quinte junior girls basketball final Saturday. Photo: Steve Jessel points. The second half is where Bay of Quinte all-star Brennan began to make her mark. After scoring six points in the
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Moira Trojans’ Adrianna Terry is guarded by St. Theresa’s Athena Papadatos during the Titans’ 49 - 29 victory Saturday night at Loyalist. Photo: Steve Jessel
Novice Grizzlies split a pair on the weekend
Sports - The Danford Construction Novice Grizzlies split their games on the road this weekend. The team was in Gananoque on Saturday where they skated to a 10 - 4 victory. Finding the back of the net for the Grizzlies were Nick Oke with four goals, Ben Danford and Sam Fluke each with a pair, while Ty Therrien and Jacob Heard each added singles. Adding helpers on the goals were Heard (3),
Carson VanAllen (2), Samuel Gale, Aaron McMaster and Owen Cassidy all with single assists. On Sunday, the Grizzlies were in Port Hope, where they lost 4 - 1 against the league’s top team. Nick Oke scored the only goal of the game, and Jackson Croskery made many key saves. The young Grizzlies squad worked hard and never gave up, while keeping the score close.
Atom Grizzlies come close at Regional Silver Stick Sports - The McBeath’s Atom A Grizzlies were beat by only one team at this year’s Regional Silver Stick Tournament in Pembroke, but they could not take down Mariposa in an evenly matched final. Tyler Sawkins, Marek Skalba, Phoenix Smith and Kellen Dostaler all finished top five in tournament 14 Central Hastings News - Thursday, November 14, 2013
scoring. Most improved player went to Ryker Huygens, most gentlemanly was awarded to Marek Skalba and the most dedicated player went to Phoenix Smith. Anna-Belle Phillips had another impressive Silver Stick tournament posting three shutouts during the November 9 weekend action.
Chargers fall in pair of COSSA finals By Steve Jessel
Sports - Belleville - The Centennial Chargers senior boys football season came to a disappointing end on Saturday in the COSSA AAA final at Mary-Anne Sills field, but coach Joe Dicresce said it wasnâ€™t for a lack of effort. â€œI think it was an unfortunate year in the sense that my guys deserved better, they worked so hard,â€? Dicresce said. â€œMy guys didnâ€™t give up all year.â€? In a game that was largely determined by costly turnovers and game-changing penalties, the Chargers came out on the losing side of a 27 - 13 decision to the Crestwood Mustangs, having a late
comeback attempt stopped short by a costly penalty on a recovered fumble late in the fourth quarter. Centennial quarterback Chase Peck played well in the loss, picking up a touchdown with his feet and converting several first downs on quarterback scrambles. Dalton Brown recorded the other Chargers touchdown on an early 15-yard scamper to the end zone on an inside counter. â€œWe won the turnover battle in the first half, but lost it in the second,â€? Dicresce said. â€œThatâ€™s what cost us.â€? With the Chargers trailing 21 - 13 with time winding down in the fourth quarter, a Crestwood fumble appeared to give the Chargers one last chance to tie the score. However, a facemasking call gave the ball back to the Mustangs, who went on to score a touchdown and seal their trip to OFSAA. â€œWe had a lot of talent this year, and unfortunately we didnâ€™t come out with a championship,â€? Dicresce said. â€œOn the
other hand, Iâ€™m really proud of them, they worked really hard â€Ś you win some and you lose some. Iâ€™m just very pleased overall with the effort these kids give.â€? Meanwhile, in the junior COSSA AAA final Thursday, the Centennial Chargers lost a hard-fought game to the Adam Scott Lions out of Peterborough. After the Lions opened the scoring in the first quarter with an early touchdown, the Chargers responded with a touchdown strike from quarterback Brady Crowe, who connected with Alex Moucrief to tie the score at 7 - 7. After some costly Centennial penalties the Lions found themselves in position to score again before the half, and carried a 15 - 7 lead into the second half. After the team traded field position for much of the third, a pair of late rushing touchdowns Crestwoodâ€™s Brandon Wilson is tag-teamed by Centennialâ€™s Sheldon Hawley (airborne) and Dalton in the fourth quarter sealed the deal for Brown during COSSA action in Belleville last Friday. The Mustangs went on to score a TD on the next the Lions, who won by a final score of play. Photo: Terry Bush 29 - 7.
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Sports - The Foley Bus Line Minor Atom Quinte Red Devils had a very successful first trip to a GTHL event this past weekend at the annual Shanahan Tournament hosted by the Mississauga Reps. The QRDâ€™s managed a solid 4-1-1 record en route to their Consolation Championship. The tournament didnâ€™t start so well as the Devils had their eyes opened with a 7 - 0 loss to the Middlesex Islanders (Boston) in game one early Friday morning with Andrew Munro taking the loss in the crease. In game two Friday, the Devils took out their frustrations on the York Simcoe Express to the tune of a 6 - 1 victory. Corbin Votary was stellar between the pipes for Quinte. Saturday morning had the Foley Bus Liners up against a tough opponent in the Hamilton Bulldogs where the Dogs scored in the third to tie the game. Overtime solved nothing as the game ended in a 2 - 2 tie thanks to strong netminding from Munro. The Cambridge Hawks were outmatched in game four as the Devils with Votary between the pipes ran away with an 8 - 2 victory sending the Devils to Sunday play. Sunday the Devils took a while to wake up with a 7 a.m. start time and came back from a 2 - 0 deficit to outlast the South Central Coyotes with a 3 - 2 win with Munro coming up big in the cage for the Devils. The consolation final saw the Devils face the host Mississauga Reps where the Devils came up with another solid goaltending performance by Votary and pulling off a 5 - 3 win to take the title. It was an all-around team effort on the weekend.
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Ω STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE CRASH SAFETY RATING CRASH SAFETY RATING ,"FEES, MANUAL. $200 PRICE ADJUSTMENT AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT 1 6 GD ENG NE RONT ACT VE HEADRESTS WITH U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFICTRAFFIC U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY PLUS HST. HWY: 5.3L/100 KM CRASH SAFETY RATING PLUS HST. AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT FEATURES INCLUDE: OWN IT FOR ʕ OWN IT FOR † MON HS † AVAILABLE STANDARD FEATURES NCLUDE DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. SELLING PRICE: $15,135 ACCENT 5 DR L 6-SPEED SAFETY ADMINISTRATION SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 2013 U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC " RONT S DE & CURTA N A RBAGS " POWER 96 2013 2013 CITY: 7.1L/100 KMʈ STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE: 1 6L GD ENG NE " FRONT ACT VE HEADRESTS CRASH SAFETY RATING OR H NC NG Ω Y WIT KM NA HWY:K5.3L/100 ADMINISTRATION HWY: PLUS HST. FOR U.S.SAFETY NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ,HFEES, MANUAL. $200 ® S S ʕ " RON OWN ITGET ʕ 2013 5.3L/100 KMHWY: 5.3L/100 KMʈ ʕ † TOBTOW NTHS GD NG NPRICE ADR GDI ENGINE " HEATED FRONT/REAR SELLING PRICE: 5AC DR LV6-SPEED SELLING PRICE: ACCENT 5 DR L 6-SPEED DOOR OCKS "5 $15,135 AM M CDADJUSTMENT MP3 POD SELLING PRICE: $15,135 ACCENT DR LSEATS 6-SPEED " FRONT S DE &ACCENT CURTA NUSB A RBAGS " $15,135 POWER T UP ʈ STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE: GEUP ʈ FOR 96 MO SAFETY ADMINISTRATION NG KM 7.1L/100 KM CITY: 7.1L/100 KMCITY: HWY: 5.3L/100 KMCITY: 7.1L/100 NC NA Ω F N DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. 1.6L GDI ENGINE " FRONT ACTIVE HEADRESTS ʕ W TO Y EKL Ω Ω S D SELLING Ω RBAGS ®PRICE TS ONEY DO WEM N H GET UP AD PRICE: ACCENT 5RDR L ADJUSTMENT 6-SPEED B7.1L/100 ® EN ʈ "PLUS RON &AM CUR FM A NA " USB OW PRICE WITOH 96 MO , FEES, MANUAL. $200 CITY: KM , FEES, MANUAL. $200 PRICE ST ,$15,135 FEES, MANUAL. $200 ADJUSTMENT AM/FM/XM/ " BACKUP CAMERA "ADJUSTMENT INFINITY JU M DOOR LOCKS " CD MP3 POD AUD O SYSTEM NAN NG O S ICE HST. 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IC CD/MP3 STEREO WITH 9GDI SPEAKERS & EXTERNAL PR EY N IN BI-WEEKLY ® EXTERNAL TS M AUDIO SYSTEM A ADM N®ENGINE A9 ON EN O M CD/MP3 STEREO WITH SPEAKERS & Inventory is limited. GLS model shown 1.6L ENGINE "HEADRESTS FRONT ACTIVE HEADRESTS N 1.6L GDI ENGINE " FRONT ACTIVE HEADRESTS DOOR LOCKS " AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/IPOD ST 1.6L GDI " FRONT ACTIVE " BACKUP CAMERA " INFINITY AM/FM/XM/ JU GLS model shown Inventory is limited. NS CD/MP3 STEREO WITH 9"SPEAKERS & EXTERNAL 1.6L GDI ENGINE FRONT ACTIVE HEADRESTS WDE OLU IN PRICE AD AMPLIFIER " PANORAMIC SUNROOF S SYSTEM Inventory is limited. NC S ONEY D S& NTH NTHG NTH MO MO M MO AUDIO " FRONT, SIDE & CURTAIN AIRBAGS " POWER 96 " FRONT, SIDE & CURTAIN AIRBAGS " POWER 96 " FRONT, SIDE CURTAIN AIRBAGS " POWER 96 O FOR FOR N FOR NG G AMPLIFIER " PANORAMIC SUNROOF Inventory is limited. CIN NCI AN ANCIN FINA FIN HS CD/MP3 STEREO WITH 9 SPEAKERS & EXTERNAL FIN NT MO LY Inventory is limited. LY EEK LY " FRONT, SIDE & CURTAIN AIRBAGS " POWER 96 AMPLIFIER " PANORAMIC SUNROOF EEK EEK BI-W 2013 ® FOR BI-W G ® TH BI-W GLS model shown W WE DOOR ®LOCKS ʕ" AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/IPOD FINANCIN DOOR LOCKS " AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/IPOD Inventory is limited. DOOR LOCKS " AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/IPOD model shown Inventory is limited. 2013 Limited GLS R M N model shownHWY: 5.2L/100 KM FO BI- EKLYD W ® L 6 SPEED T N O N N 2013 D W W OW O HW AMPLIFIER " PANORAMIC SUNROOF O SELL NG PR CE $16 535 ELANTRA EY D 2013 DOOR LOCKS " AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/IPOD N Limited model shown EY MO NO M HWY KM AUDIO SYSTEM AUDIO SYSTEM CITY: 7.1L/100 KMʈ NEY † ON ONSYSTEM N Inventory is limited. Limited model AUDIO W GLS model shown N M O MO HWY: 5.3L/100 KM shown O D Y W M ʈ E ʕ 2013 N C TY 7 1L 100 KM O 20137.1L/100 KMʈ W M ADJUSTMENT FEES SELLING PRICE: $15,135 ACCENT 5 DR L $1000 6-SPEED AUDIO SYSTEM MANUAL PR CE NO M HWY: 5.2L/100 KM CITY: HWY: 5.2L/100 KM Limited model shown AWA D D H H GH GOV NM N Ω W A NG CITY: 7.1L/100 KMʈ HW A CITY: 7.1L/100 KMʈ ,AFEES, MANUAL. $200 PRICE ADJUSTMENT Inventory is limited. GLS model shown DELUAWARDED VERY &HIGHEST DEST NAT M GHWA M ONA THE GOVERNMENT Inventory is limited. AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT NA H A ON NCLUDED Inventory is limited. GLS model shown GLS model shown INCLUDED. SAFETY N UD & DESTINATION CRASH SAFETY RATING A CRASHADM N RATING A ON NC UD SDELIVERY 2013 2013 Inventory is limited. U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC WITH U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ES H HWY: 5.2L/100 KM PLUS HST GLS model shown LUD W NC HWY: 5.2L/100 KM H SAFETY ADMINISTRATION PLUS HST. 2013 2013 IT FOR SAFETY ADMINISTRATION S N W O† OWNHWY: OWTH NG$16,535 PR C ʕELANTRA AN RA SP D 5.2L/100 ESSΩ ʈ 7.1L/100 KMʈ CITY: OWNKM OR INCLUD W CITY: 7.1L/100 KM KM SELLING PRICE: L 6-SPEED HWY: 5.3L/100 NT INCLUDES 2013 ʕ FOR KMʈ N T7.1L/100 AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT PR C535 AD US M 2013 OWCITY: THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT SELLMANUA NG PR CE $16 ELANTRA L 6S SPEED WITH SELLING PRICE: $15,135 5 DR L 6-SPEED N PR CE ADJUSTME AWARDED Ω NACCENT 7.1L/100 KMʈ KM WITH ʕ AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT FOR †MONTHS HWY: , FEES, MANUAL. $1,000 PRICE ADJUSTMENT CRASH SAFETY RATING CRASH SAFETY RATING N IT OW HWY:CITY: 5.3L/100 KM 5.3L/100 SELLING PRICE: $16,535 ELANTRA L 6-SPEED † 2013 ʕ FOR ʕ 96 D V R & D S NA ON NC UD D IT Ω CRASH SAFETY RATING OWN ʕ STANDARD INCLUDE: SELLING PRICE:FEATURES $16,535 ELANTRA LACCENT 6-SPEED MANUAL $1 000TRAFFIC PR ADJUSTMENT U.S.SELLING NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY † FOR HWY: 5.2L/100 KM SELLING PRICE: $15,135 ACCENT 5 DRFEES L 6-SPEED NC NG , FEES, MANUAL. $200 PRICE ADJUSTMENT 2013 Ω PRICE: $15,135 5CEDR L 6-SPEED F NA7.1L/100 CITY: KMʈ ʈ7.1L/100 U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC LY DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. EK , FEES, MANUAL. $1,000 PRICE ADJUSTMENT CITY: 7.1L/100 KM 2013 SAFETY ADMINISTRATION WE 2013 SAFETY ADMINISTRATION ʈ Ω B P US HS CITY: KM ADMINISTRATION Ω HWY: 5.3L/100HWY: KM 5.2L/100 KM , FEES, MANUAL. $1,000 PRICE ADJUSTMENT HWY: 5.2L/100 KM DEL VERY &SAFETY NAT NCLUDED Ω ON DELIVERY &PRICE DESTINATION INCLUDED. , FEES, MANUAL. $200 ADJUSTMENT ʕ AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT INCLUDES ,CRASH FEES, $200 PRICE ADJUSTMENT DELIVERY &DEST DESTINATION INCLUDED. ESMANUAL. INCLUDES 1.6LINC LUDU M N " PLUS HST. SELLING PRICE: $15,135 ACCENT 5 DR L 6-SPEED GDI ENGINE FRONT ACTIVE HEADRESTS ʈ AD TH CITY: 7.1L/100 KM SAFETY RATING 7.1L/100 KMʈ WI N CITY: 7.1L/100CITY: KMʈ 2013 DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. ® PLUS HST WITH WITOH 96 MON H WITH PLUS HST. HST. U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC HWY: 5.2L/100 KMOWN IT FOR AWARDED HIGHESTNPUT GOVERNMENT S AWARDED &INCLUDED. INCLUDED. Ω /USB/AUX THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT N ʕ DELIVERY 6PRICE APLUS RBAGS "POWER POD LTHEARY & DESTINATION S NG Ω DELIVERY OWN IT FOR NAN ʕ †PR C AD US"M STANDARD FEATURES FORMONTH ʕ NWIT96 , FEES, MANUAL. $200 ADJUSTMENT Ω CURTAIN SELLING PRICE: $16,535 ELANTRA L PRICE: 6-SPEED FRONT, SIDE &SAFETY AIRBAGS "DESTINATION OW SAFETY SHST. SELLING $16,535 ELANTRA L NCLUDE 6-SPEED B FOR OWN IT FOR PLUS CRASH SAFETY RATING ENT SELLING PRICE: $16,535 ELANTRA L ADMINISTRATION 6-SPEED CRASH RATING TM TS † MON HS WITH † NNPR TH WI96 MEN N ADJUS FINANCIN†G CITY: 7.1L/100 KMʈ CE ADJUST ES TRAFFIC LY LUD Ω OW Ω IN PRICEMANUAL. INC ΩU.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC EY ORMO U.S.PLUS NATIONAL HIGHWAY RNG96 PLUS HST. N BI-WEEK S FO HST. O S D NTH Ω N IT NC , FEES, $1,000 PRICE ADJUSTMENT M n en o m ed , FEES, MANUAL. $1,000 PRICE NTH NTS ® ® ADJUSTMENT NA OWNC MO ME O AWARDED THE HIGHEST GOVERNMENT OWNBITWFORFK NA † DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. 96 N UST † Y DOOR LOCKS " AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/IPOD FOR JACKS " POWER W NDOWS & DOOR LOCKS FOR ADJ , FEES, MANUAL. $1,000 PRICE ADJUSTMENT SAFETY ADMINISTRATION NG A RBAGS " ODFEATURES USB AUX ARY N U SAFETY ADMINISTRATION PRICE ANC WITH INITING STANDARD INCLUDE: STANDARD FEATURES LYN EEK SWI N CRASH SAFETY W THFIN ʕ INCLUDE BI-W NTH FOR O W B WEEKLY CIN ES& RATING MO NE ON DELIVERY DESTINATION INCLUDED. ES LUD OW & DESTINATION INCLUDED. D Y96D N DELIVERY LUD SELLING PRICE: L 6-SPEED INC FOR N INC Y Dea e o de ma be equ ed m O DO†WAUDIO ANRNGE NN O FIN U.S. NATIONAL HIGHWAY PLUS HST. OE M STANDARD INCLUDE: DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. ACKS "W OW RTRACT W NDOWS &$16,535 DOORELANTRA OCKS SYSTEM EY LY N IT FO M O Y ®THTRAFFIC EEK OW N OO OW N M BI-W Ω †ND ®® O H SYSTEM "6SAFETY ABS ONAUX CONTROL H ON M PLUS HST. WITPLUS 6 FEATURES AIRBAGS " IPOD INPUT WITN , FEES, MANUAL. $1,000 PRICE ADJUSTMENT m ADMINISTRATION AIRBAGS "/USB/AUXILIARY IPOD /USB/AUXILIARY INPUT HST. W O D ʕ A RBAGS " POD USB L ARY FOR ʕ Ω PLUS6 IT FOR EY N IT " ABS W H RAC ON CON RO SYS M NPUT N N OW HST. SELLING PRICE: $16,535 ELANTRA L 6-SPEED O OW Ω SELLING $16,535 ELANTRA LGDI 6-SPEED †USTPRICE: M † ® LUDES MEN"TSIPOD O INC N 1.6L ENGINE " FRONT ACTIVE HEADRESTS DELIVERY & DESTINATION INCLUDED. ADJ Inventory is limited. NTS Inventory is limited. 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Jean-Guy Sauriol stands in the boat he hopes will take him across the Atlantic Ocean and into the record books as the oldest Canadian to succeed at the feat. He’s seen here with his British technical contact, Tony Humphreys of Ocean Pursuits. By Ray Yurkowski
News - Brighton - Today, Brighton resident Jean-Guy Sauriol leaves the country to begin the greatest adventure of his life. And it’s all to celebrate his 60th birthday. Sauriol hopes to become the oldest Canadian to row across the Atlantic Ocean and, along with it, is giving two organizations an opportunity to tie into his adventure: Breakfast Clubs and the Actuarial Foundation of Canada. The Breakfast Clubs include the national group, one from Toronto, and the program at East Northumberland Secondary School. “I wanted to have a type of charity that would mostly help young kids,” he said. “Hopefully, they can beneﬁt from my adventure.” That decision was easy, given his background of being raised in foster homes. The Breakfast Club at the Brighton high school is “absolutely essential,” says program co-ordinator Martha Coward. “There is a huge need for good nutrition.” To underscore the demand, through
school days in September, the local program served meals to 2,715 students at the school. Sauriol is no stranger to taking up a challenge. While most are taking it a bit easier as they approach their 60s, he is still scaling the mountain. “Growing up, I never played any sports,” he said. “I must be the only kid who grew up in Quebec and never learned to skate. But when I started to run marathons, it changed my life.” That was when he was in his 20s. In his 30s it was triathlons, contending in an iron man competition along the way. In his 40s he started his own business and in his 50s it was kayaking, four times at the Yukon River Quest, a gruelling 700-kilometre race from Whitehorse to Dawson City. The cross-Atlantic trip is scheduled to depart on November 23 or as soon as the weather permits from the Canary Islands, off the north African coast. Sauriol ﬁgures the totally unassisted crossing should last 60 to 90 days, depending on weather conditions, and will end at Barbados. If he is successful, he
will become the third solo Canadian to row the Atlantic east to west and by far the oldest. Not only will he be celebrating Christmas alone in the middle of the ocean, he will also turn 60 on December
31. An ocean rowing boat is like a little His new boat—named Maple as a submarine. It is self-righting and has salute to the Canadian ﬂag—is 21 feet two watertight cabins. It is big enough long and was built in England, at Global to carry all the safety and survival Please see “Celebrating” on page B3 Boat Works.
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all around the world, to those recovering in military hospitals and to the loved ones of those serving their country. This year, Anne Murray, The Good Brothers, Jason McCoy, Western Swing Authority and Tim Hicks are just some of the artists who have donated a song to the CD. The Trenton area has been blessed with many talented artists and performers. Five artists from our area have been chosen to take part in this special project: Debbie McLean, Michael Arthur, Cedarail (David Hayes and Wendy Bellan) and Betty Ann and Dane Perry. They have all volunteered to put together a CD presentation fund raiser in honour of this event.
Troops to get gift of music
News - Quinte West - Christmas will be coming home to the troops, thanks to 45 musicians from across the country, including four local artists. Since 2004, musicians The Lady and Old Toad Gil have been asking artists to donate a song to be included on a “Support the Troops” CD which is distributed free of charge to servicemen (and women) serving both at home and abroad. This year marks the ﬁrst ever two-CD set of all original songs, written and performed by Canadian artists to bring a bit of “Home” to our troops during the Holiday season. These CDs are not for sale, but distributed free of charge to troops serving
The event will take place at the Trenton Legion Branch 110, November 22, 2013, from 7 to 10 p.m. at a cost of $5 per person. The proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Trenton Legion. Arrangements are in place to have The Lady and Old Toad Gil present CDs to a senior representative from CFB Trenton. Debbie McLean from Smithﬁeld ﬁrst performed in this area at the Classic County Music Reunion in Centennial Park in 2011, sponsored by her husband Scott. Her web site, <www.debbiemclean.ca>, showcases some of her local music and her latest CD. “I feel very honoured to have been Please see “CD to support” on page B3
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Donegal Fiddlers gear up for kids’ dance night
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Entertainment - Norwood – The Donegal Fiddlers Orchestra have played for audiences large and small and retain their hometown roots with regular shindigs at the Norwood Town Hall but still one of their most popular ventures is the annual “Kids’ Dance” they host as a way of ushering in the festive season. This year’s children’s dance will take place at the town hall on November 16 with parents and grandparents invited to bring their youngsters along for some
toe-tapping music and a “special array” of age-appropriate dances like the Bunny Hop, the Chicken Dance, the Limbo and other favourites. Kids are admitted free with $5 cover charge for adults. Show time is 7 p.m. It’s been quite a journey for the Fiddlers over the last dozen years, says one of the founding members, Ron Scott. “The orchestra continues to provide both an outlet for the talent of its members and an alternative type of entertainment for
the population of this part of the country,” says Scott who plays the upright acoustic bass. The group has “expanded its repertoire and improved its skills” over the years to the point where it is able to perform in “high level” situations. Last December Canadian fiddle star Ashley MacIsaac travelled to Norwood to jam with the orchestra to the astonished delight of audience members and regular dancers. The town hall never sounded better. The orchestra has played just
about everywhere, from church halls and outdoor stages to weddings and funerals. “The orchestra seldom turns down an opportunity to perform,” says Scott, “but the most likely place to find them playing for their dancing fans is at the Norwood Town Hall the first Saturday of the month. A faithful following of dancing fans get a rare opportunity to practice their fancy steps and hear a choice of tunes seldom heard anywhere else. “This is true Canadiana,” he says. The orchestra is “fluid” with about 20 members who play fiddle, bass, accordion, cello, mandolin, tin whistle, keyboard and viola. “It has gone by quickly for participants,” Scott admits. There are many rewards but the “main one,” he says, is the “satisfaction of performing music for not only the enjoyment of the audiences but also for the fulfillment of self and the knowledge that in many cases they are providing a
The Donegal Fiddlers Orchestra will host their annual, and very popular, kids dance November 16 at the Norwood Town Hall.
charitable role in the community.” Many times they’ve performed for little or no remuneration knowing that their performance is helping a worthy local cause.
“The Donegal Fiddlers Orchestra intends to continue carving out this niche in the area for as long as they are able and with new members coming in that should be quite a long time,” says Scott.
Hospital receives workplace award News - Campbellford - Patients, hospital donors and the team at Campbellford Memorial Hospital (CMH) are celebrating this week and are proud of their local hospital. This year the hospital brought home the Platinum 2013 Quality Healthcare Workplace Award from the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) and Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC). For the past two years CMH has received the 2011 and 2012 Gold Quality Healthcare Workplace Awards. The award was presented recently at the Health Achieve Conference in Toronto. Healthcare organizations from across Ontario participated in this program to raise the bar of excellence for quality healthcare workplaces. The award has four levels, bronze, silver, gold and platinum, designed to encourage self-evaluation, learning and improvement. A high-calibre adjudication panel of quality workplace experts completed a rigorous assessment process when reviewing all the candidates, which focused on drivers of employee and organizational health. This awards program recognizes organizational efforts to improve healthcare workplaces in ways that contribute to providers’ quality of work life and the quality of care and services they deliver. In a letter advising CMH President and CEO Brad Hilker of this special achieve-
ment, Interim OHA President and CEO Anthony Dale (joined by Suzanne McGurn, assistant deputy minister, at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Health Human Resources Strategy Division said: “Please extend our congratulations to everyone at Campbellford Memorial Hospital on this significant achievement. We commend your organization for its commitment to ensuring a quality healthcare workplace.” Jill Stewart, chair of the CMH Board of Directors said, “We were thrilled to learn that Campbellford Memorial Hospital is the recipient of the award. This award recognizes that the hospital has a unique culture, combining a level of warmth that you don’t find in most hospitals with a spirit of innovation that allows us to deliver excellent care. “Because of our unique culture, our shared intent to work effectively together and our commitment to innovation, people choose Campbellford Memorial Hospital. They choose to work with us and they look to us during some of the most challenging times of their lives to take good care of them or their
loved ones,” she added. “This award is a testament to the passion and drive for excellent care that really defines the uniqueness of CMH. We strive to create a supportive and caring culture for our patients and our staff. We passionately pursue excellence, and create a better experience by putting our best selves forward every day,” said Hilker. “It’s just another reason why we’re proud of our hospital, believing that everyone can innovate and we can be leaders in what we do,” he added. Chief Nursing Officer Jan Raine said, “We recognize that it takes a team to create and foster a culture that emphasizes safe patient care. Our patient safety advocates from across the hospital are encouraged to share their stories. “When you weave the many different roles and individual perspectives together here at our hospital, then it is easy to see a culture taking shape that places patient safety at the core of everything we do—no matter where you work in the hospital,” she added.
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asked to be on this CD,” Debbie says. “Our troops both past and present have done so much for our country and for other countries around the world. This project is just one way that we can give back and show them our love, support and how thankful we are for their courage and dedication. “I only started singing on stage about two and a half years ago when I got up at the open mike at the Classic Country Music Reunion in 2011,” she adds. “Since then I have performed at numerous jamborees and events. I have been a main stage performer at the Classic Country Music Reunion 2012 and 2013. I recorded my own CD, Take This Heart, released in December 2012. For the CD I was able to work with some of Canada’s finest musicians: Steve Piticco, Mike Francis, Brian Barlow, Don Reed, Andy
Schick, Steve O’Connor and more. I’ve been very lucky, or blessed as I would put it, to have met and worked with some very kind, good-hearted people. Local songwriter/singer/musician Brett McNaueal wrote the two original songs that are on my CD. “In April 2013, I was at Picker’s Paradise in Colborne for a jam, and Old Toad Gil was there,” Debbie says. “ When I finished singing he asked if I would like to be part of a CD he is putting together for our troops. The catch was I had to write and record a Christmas song. I said yes instantly, as I believed this was a very important project. This was my first attempt at writing a song and so I thought it best to co-write with a couple of songwriter friends of mine, Brett McNaueal and Rick Hodgson. And so Years Ago was written.”
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Bomber Command award presentation a touching moment
“I was shaking the hand of a hero:” Branch 300 president By Bill Freeman
News - Norwood – “I was shaking the hand of a hero,” said Jason Calder, president of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 300 in Norwood moments after presenting a rare Bomber Command bar to David Porter at the Branch’s Remembrance Day ceremony. Sixty-eight years after being discharged, the 90-year-old Porter, a 427 Lion Squadron Handley Page Halifax tail gunner, was finally honoured for his “incredible” service. As a Royal Air Force Bomber Command airman he survived 37 missions over Europe serving in a unit that had the highest attrition rate of any in Great Britain. The average Bomber Command crew didn’t make it past 15 missions during a campaign that saw 55,573 airmen killed; 10,000 of the 50,000 Canadians who served in Bomber Command died. During the course of the war 12,000 bombers were shot down. “At night they would always attack from behind the row, so I was first in line, the tail gunner,” the modest former Air Officer said. “I lost three of my buddies in two days. I feel very lucky.” One of his “scariest” experiences was a German flak attack over Rotterdam
that left over 120 holes in the plane. “It didn’t do any damage to anybody on board but we almost retired the aircraft.” He loved flying in the Halifax.“It was the best. I flew a bit in Lancs but the Hally was much more comfortable.” “I can’t say enough for what they sacrificed for us,” said Calder. “It’s unreal, 37 missions as a tail gunner. I don’t even know what to say. The life expectancy was very short. To be able to give this award today was the greatest privilege and honour I could ask for. Just to see him so happy was amazing.” The ceremony would have taken place at the Cenotaph but because of bad weather, the Branch held the presentation indoors in a room filled with guests, many serving airmen from 8-Wing Trenton. “It was very, very important for the Legion,” past president Doug Willoughby said. “It’s an absolute great honour. It’s so hard to explain, I’m just so happy for him and proud. [The award] should have been [presented] years and years ago.” The Canadian government only recently established a Bomber Command bar; the first national memorial to RAF
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Bomber Command was unveiled in 2012 in Green Park, London by Queen Elizabeth II with very little help from the British Government. “I knew it was coming but surprised to get it here,” Porter said. His daughter Sherry Henry says the medal arrived at her home in Norwood by courier but she didn’t give it to her father, instead she contacted Branch 300 where her father is now a member to see if it could be presented on Remembrance Day. “It was wonderful,” she said. “He’s lucky to be here.” Porter was born in Oxenden in Grey County, moved to Owen Sound in 1941 and enlisted in 1942. He arrived in England a year later after intense training in Canada. Porter would achieve the rank of Pilot Officer and over just seven months flew 37 missions over France, Holland, Germany and Norway with targets ranging from VI rocket launching sites to coastal guns. He signed on again five years after being discharged and went from munitions and ordnance tech to bomb disposal tech. He retired from the military in 1971. David Earl Porter, 90, was presented with a rare Bomber Command bar during Remembrance Day cer“I’ve had a pretty good life. The emonies at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 300 in Norwood. Honoured to make the presentatrion great thing is freedom in our country.” was Branch president Jason Calder. Photo: Bill Freeman
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Remembering Arras and “The Great War”
Gravestones in a Commonwealth cemetery near Arras, France.
Lifestyles - On my trip to Europe this past summer, I decided to visit Arras, France, to research a “Remembrance Day” article and I’m pleased that I did. The World War I “Battle of Arras” took place in this area, beginning on April 9, 1917, and about 24,000 soldiers hid in the nearby Wellington Quarry for several days prior to this signiﬁcant event. This particularly brutal battle is still remembered here today, for a memorial service is held every April 9, and although the Battle of Arras showed signs of real success, at ﬁrst, it eventually resulted in many casualties of war. I toured this area with Isabelle Pilarowski, from the Arras Ofﬁce of Tourism, and we began our journey at the Memorial Wall of the Battle of Arras, which now forms one side of the Faubourg d’Amiens British Cemetery. This World War I memorial names the 34,785 soldiers in the forces of the United Kingdom, South Africa and New Zealand, with no known
grave, who died in the Arras sector between the spring of 1916 and the summer of 1918. We also checked out the Wellington Quarry itself, with its network of underground chalk tunnels, where the soldiers hid for several days just prior to the battle. These tunnels had been built primarily by New Zealand miners, complete with New Zealand place names (Wellington, Nelson, etc.), and now, during World War I, they were being used once again—but this time to get troops strategically close to the German front line. A hospital, chapel, power station, and communications room had all been added in this underground labyrinth, along with speciﬁcally marked escape routes, such as “Exit 10,” for soldiers could get lost in the many interconnecting tunnels. We descended into the Wellington Quarry by elevator, and then walked through some of these tunnels, and this helped to give us a better understanding of what the soldiers actually endured
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destination that evening. However, it was well worth it. There’s something special and even patriotic about visiting these historic sites, battleﬁelds, museums, and memorials, and it’s important to remember the sacriﬁces of those who have gone before us.
The Memorial Wall of the Battle of Arras
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News - Belleville - It was a successful run at the annual Taste Canada Cooks the Books Competition for the Loyalist College culinary team this past week, as the local students took home third place from a ﬁeld of 12, improving last year’s ﬁnish of an honourable mention. “Showcasing our culinary skills on stage was daunting at ﬁrst, but once we
were up there I enjoyed the experience,” said Loyalist culinary student and team member Shelby Keene in a release. “We knew our dish inside out so it was just about producing it the way we had rehearsed.” The team of second-year culinary students included Rory Galbraith, Keene and Jared Bihun, and was led by professor Karin Desveaux. The twist
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near Arras, I watched as engravers meticulously worked on the gravestones of Canadian soldiers, making certain that the maple leaf and the soldier’s name (if known) could be clearly read. Isabelle, my guide, told me this work was part of the preparation for the upcoming centennial. She said she expects many Canadians to be among the visitors to the Arras area to acknowledge the wartime efforts of these soldiers and to commemorate that 100 years have passed since “The Great War.” She further told me she has been to Ottawa, to work on this event, and she plans to have several photos and details about speciﬁc Canadian soldiers, on loan from the Canadian War Museum, on display in the Wellington Quarry Museum in Arras for the centennial. We next went to Vimy Ridge, located just eight kilometres northeast of Arras, where Canadian soldiers took the strategically important Hill 145 and where the Vimy Ridge Memorial now stands. The Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada is a tribute to all Canadian soldiers who risked or gave their lives during World War I, and it’s such an important
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during that troublesome time. We even passed some of the old equipment and soldiers’ remaining food containers as well as grafﬁti. As I said before, there were many casualties of war during the Battle of Arras, and during other area confrontations, so it would be expected that there would be a lot of wartime cemeteries to be found in the area. For example, we visited the largest German cemetery in France, where each cross had four names, indicating that four German soldiers were buried in that one grave. It was also rather interesting to note that the German Jewish soldiers, who fought with the rest of the German soldiers during World War I (before Hitler’s “ethnic cleansing” campaign), were buried in separate, individual plots. We also visited a very large Commonwealth cemetery, with what looked like a sea of gravestones. Many Canadians were among the dead here and several were simply listed as “Unknown Soldiers.” One of these was eventually removed from this cemetery and laid to rest in Ottawa in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. While at this Commonwealth cemetery
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inspiring.” Loyalist offers a one-year Ontario College Certiﬁcate in Culinary Skills and a twoyear Ontario College Diploma in Culinary Management programs, where students have an opportunity for hands-on learning in the college’s on-campus, student-run gourmet dining establishment. Loyalist was one of 12 schools to be invited to the competition this year. “Competitions like this provide fantastic opportunities for students to demonstrate the skills and conﬁdence they acquire on a daily basis in the Culinary Skills and Culinary Management programs at Loyalist,” said Loyalist Co-ordinator Chef John Schneeberger.
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BELLEVILLE Overeaters Anonymous meeting every Friday, 10 a.m. Calvary Temple, corner of Wallbridge Loyalist and Hwy 2 West. Contact Dianne 613-392-0081. Tuesday, November 19: Ed Burtt of Ocean Scan on efforts to recover the HMS Speedy which sank in 1804 off Presqu’ile Point. Quinte Living Centre Auditorium, 370 Front St, Belleville, 7:30 p.m. The Ontario Early Years Centre at Family Space supports families learning through play. Drop-in playrooms, 301 MacDonald Ave., Belleville. Open 6 days a week. Info: www.familyspace.ca or 613-966-9427. FootCare Clinic, Friday, November 22, Quinte Living Centre. VON offers Basic, Advanced and Diabetic Foot Care (Fee for Service). For appointment call the VON at 1-888-279-4866 ex 5346 Santa Claus Parade, Sunday, November 17, 4:30 p.m. Starting at North Front/King George Square and travelling through downtown. Food/toy drive and letters to Santa along the route. Emmaus Cancer Support Group meeting, Monday, November 18, 7:00 p.m, Hastings Park Bible Church, 36 Harder Dr., Belleville. Open to anyone coping with cancer, their family members and/ or caregivers. Info: Sandy at 613-9225804 or Judy at 613-962-9628 for further information. Trillium 2000 Seniors Club at 75 St. Paul St., Belleville. Tuesday: cribbage; Wednesday: euchre; Thursday: carpet bowling and shuffleboard; Friday: darts. Cribbage 3rd Sunday of month. All start at 1 p.m. Open to all seniors 50 and over. Open Door Café - Every Wednesday from 11:30am to 1:00pm at Eastminster United Church, 432 Bridge St. E, Belleville. There is no cost for this hot meal however donations are gratefully accepted. For more info: 613 969-5212. Paws & Claws Craft and Gift Expo, Sunday Nov 17, 11am-4pm, main floor gymnasium, Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, 365 Cannifton Rd, Belleville. 50+ crafters and vendors, draws, low cost microchip pre-sells, adoptable animals, 2014 Humane Society Calendars. $2 admission, kids 12 and under free Hastings Manor Auxiliary annual Tea and Bazaar, Wednesday, November 20, Hastings Manor, 476 Dundas St W, Belleville, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Admission: $3.00 includes refreshments and tea. Crafts, bake tables, door prizes and draws for grocery hampers, baskets. FootCare Clinic, Monday November 18, Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre. VON offers Basic, Advanced and Diabetic Foot Care (Fee for Service). For appointment call 1-888-279-4866 ex 5346 Dance to the Country music of Shylo, Friday November 15, Belleville Club 39 at Belleville Fish & Game Club Hall, Elmwood Dr. 8 pm to Midnight. Lunch served. Members $10, Non members $12. Singles and Couples welcome. For info: 613-395-0162 or 613-395-4901 Belleville Chapter Shout Sister Choir practices Tuesdays 7-9 p.m. We do not audition and learn our music by ear. All levels of singers welcome. Eastminster United Church, 432 Bridge St. E, Belleville. Quinte Amateur Radio Club, Wed. Nov. 20, 7:30pm, Loyalist College, Pioneer Building, Room P24. Dave VE3UGT presentation on his visit to the Alberta contesting site for VE6FI antenna farm. Everyone welcome. For more info see
www.qarc.on.ca Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Belleville & District: November 21, St. Thomas Anglican Church Hall, 201 Church St., Belleville. Social 6:30 pm; Meeting 7pm. Speaker: Lynn Holden - On the Trail of the Vikings Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, Wednesdays, 7 p.m., St. Columba Presbyterian Church, 520 Bridge St E, Belleville for those suffering from overeating, food obsession, under-eating, or bulimia. No dues or fees for members. Info: Susan at 613-471-0228 or Hilly at 613-354-6036 or visit foodaddicts.org. Quinte Seniors Euchre Club meets at the Parkdale Community Centre every Mon. at 1:30 pm. Everyone 50 plus welcome. Cost $3.00 includes door prize, 50/50 draw and euchre score prizes The ANAF Unit 201 Pipes and Drums is recruiting members. Free lessons and Band practices are at the ANAF Unit 201 (upper Floor) 187 Front St, Belleville, Tuesday nights from 630-830pm. All are welcome. For info: www.anaf201.ca The Business & Professional Women’s Group dinner meeting, Monday November 18, Montrose Inn. Guest speaker Dr. Michelle Durkin, ND of Quinte Naturopathic Centre. Info or to reserve: Lois at 613-966-3091 or Barb at 613-395-5097 by November 14th. Quinte Humane Society’s Charity Calendar. $10 with 100% going to QHS. Sales from now until sold out – don’t wait! Limited edition! Visit www.facebook. com/quintehumanesociety2013 Plastic Bale Wrap Roundup, 8 am - 3 pm, Saturday, Novembeer 16, Loyalist College parking lot, 376 Wallbridge-Loyalist Rd, Belleville. Plastic collected to be used to create biofuel. $50/load - any size load accepted. Separate clean from dirty wrap. Info: 1-888-471-2066. HFA will reimburse fee. Contact Judy with receipt.
Ready”, Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church. Warm food, warm welcome, free to all. From 5:00 to 6:30 pm. FootCare Clinic, Friday, November 22, St. Paul’s Anglican Church. VON offers Basic, Advanced and Diabetic Foot Care (Fee for Service). For appointment call the VON at 1-888-279-4866 ex 5346 TOPS Brighton Take off pounds sensibly weight loss support group. Meets every Wednesday at the Brighton Legion, 25 Park St. at 4:30 p.m. Intro to Anxiety, Thursday, Nov 28, 6:30-8:30pm Fee: $3.00, Community Care Northumberland, Brighton. All ages welcome. To pre-register: CCN office 46 Prince Edward St, Unit 13, Brighton or Gail Ellis 613-475 4190
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Healthy Cooking Demonstration, Community Care, Brighton. Thursday, November 21, 6:30-8pm. $5.00. Pre-register at CCN office, 46 Prince Edward St, Unit 13 or 613-475-4190 Santa Claus Parade, Friday, November 15, 7 p.m. Light Up Brighton at Memorial Park with live entertainment at 6 p.m. Meet Santa at the Fire Hall. Alzheimer Society, Brighton caregiver support group meets the third Monday of every month, Applefest Lodge 2-4 P.M. For family and friends of someone with a dementia. Info: Sharon 613-394-5410 Gerry and Fay and friends, Open Mic and Dance, first and third Wednesday of every month, 7pm - close, Masonic Lodge, 157 Main St., Brighton. For info: 613-475-8847. Time-Out Tea Time Ladies’ Fellowship, Monday, November 18, 10 a.m. Travel tips and History/Heritage Society. TrinitySt. Andrew’s United Church, Brighton. Info: Jean 613-439-8869. Brighton Your Christmas! Distinctive creations from local artisans. November 22, 4 – 8 pm; November 23, 9 – 3 pm. King Edward Park Community Centre. Free admission and hot apple cider. Vendor space available. Oil paint workshop Friday, children’s painting workshop Saturday. For info or to reigster: gordinchrist@ hotmail.com Callanetics Class: Stretch of Yoga, strength of ballet. Fridays, 10 a.m. at Trinity-St. Andrews United Church, 56 Prince Edward St. Brighton. Call Gail to CLOYNE register 613-967-4447. Cloyne and District Historical SoEvery Wednesday: “Supper’s
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Christ Church Glen Miller, Christmas Tea & Sale, Saturday, November 16, 12-2pm. Bake Table, Craft Table, Touch CODRINGTON & Touch, Silent Auction. $2.00 per person Codrington Community Centre, includes lunch. Everyone Welcome. 3rd Wednesday of month, Codrington Seniors’ Group meets at noon for a Pot GRAFTON Luck lunch. Stoney and the Sundance Band Open Codrington Library open Tuesday, Mic, Sunday, November 17, 1-5 p.m. 2-5 pm; Thursday 9:30-11:30 am; Friday Grafton Legion, Hwy 2. Bar and lunch 5-8 pm; Saturday 10am – 2pm.
COLBORNE Play Group, hosted by Northumberland Cares for Children, Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred St. Colborne, Fridays, 10 a.m. to noon. Info: Cheryl McMurray 905-885-8137 ext.209. Neighbourhood Advisory Committee Meeting. Help us plan the programming your family and community needs, Wednesday, November 21, 6–7 pm. Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred St. Info: Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 1-866-218-1427. firstname.lastname@example.org Men’s Social Group, Tuesdays at Community Care Northumberland, 11 King St. E. Colborne, 10-11 a.m. Info: 905-355-2989. Food Addicts Anonymous Meetings, Wednesdays, 11-noon, Prospect House, 1 Elgin Street (at King), Colborne, www. foodaddictsanonymous.org All Things Bright & Beautiful exhibit and sale, Colborne Art Gallery, Sat. Nov.16 – Sun. Dec. 22. Open Thurs-Sun., 12-5 pm. 51 King St. E, Colborne. www. thecolborneartgallery.ca Colborne Library Storytime program for children 2-5 years. Thursdays at 11:00am This free program introduces the world of books to your children. To register call 905 357-3722 or drop by (library hours: Mon. 3-8, Tues. & Thurs. 11-8, Fri. & Sat. 11-4).
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FRANKFORD Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Weekly Meetings, Wednesday Evenings, 7-8 p.m. Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 60 North Trent St. Frankford. For more information call Fern 613-395-2345 Ladies of Sacred Heart Christmas Bake Sale and Tea, Sunday, November 17, 12-2:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Batawa. Adults $2, Children $1. Under 5 free. Frankford Lions Club Bingo, every Wednesday Night, 6:30pm. Bid -Euchre Wednesday afternoon, 1pm. Everyone Welcome Frankford United Church UCW Christmas Bazaar and Lunch, Saturday November 16, 11 am to 2 pm. Lunch $4 Gift Baskets, Treasure table, Homemade food, Crafts and Sewing and more. Sunday Worship Service and Sunday School at Frankford United Church 10:30 am. All are Welcome! Alcoholics Anonymous Keep It Simple Group, 8 pm every Thursday at
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meetings Wednesdays at the Trinity United Church, Hastings. Weigh-in 5:15-6:15pm and meeting 6:30-7:30 pm. Join anytime. For info Kathy (705) 696-3359 YMCA Northumberland Ontario Early Years Centre, 6 Albert St E, Hastings. Open 5 days a week. Info: www.ymcanorthumberland.com or 705-696-1353
HAVELOCK Havelock’s Wellness Program at the Town Hall, 8 Mathison St. in Havelock, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm every Tuesday and Thursday. 10-11 exercise and 11-12 various activities. Call (705)778-7831 Havelock Seniors Club weekly events: Cribbage Mondays 1 pm. Euchre Wednesdays 7 pm and Fridays 1 pm. Bid Euchre Thursdays 1 pm. Free Public Skating, Havelock Arena. Every Sunday 2:00 - 3:45 pm and Wednesday 1:00 - 3:00 pm Havelock Legion: Mondays, LA Bingo. Doors open 5:30 pm, Early Bird 7 pm. Fun Darts start 1 pm. Saturdays, Meat Roll start 3 pm. All Welcome
MADOC Madoc AM Indoor Walk: Mon, Wed, and Fri, 9:45-10:45 AM. PM Indoor Walk: Mon, Tues, Fri, 6:45-7:45 PM. Centre Hastings Secondary School, 129 Elgin St. Open to seniors and adults with physical disabilities. Sat. Nov. 23, 11am-2 pm, “Christmas on the Hill” Bazaar and Tea, St. John’s Anglican Church, 115 Durham St. N. Bake Sale, Crafts, Christmas Gifts, Decorations, Draws and starting at 11:30 am Poured Tea. Diners: Monday, Nov 18, St John’s Anglican Church Hall, 115 Durham St N. Lunch at 12:00 noon. Please bring your own plate, cup, and cutlery. Open to seniors and adults with physical disabilities. Support The Troops Open Mic, Sunday, 17 November, Art Centre Hastings, Madoc. All types of music and musicians welcome. Bring your own instrument. Doors open 5:30, music from 6:30. Canteen. Free Admission, Family Friendly Event. Blood Pressure Clinic: Wednesday, Nov 20, 47 Wellington St, Seniors Building Common Rm, 9-11:30 am. Open to seniors and adults with physical disabilities. Caregiver of Family member with Memory Loss Group meets every 3rd Wed. of month at Madoc Arts Centre at 9:30am. Contact 613-395-5018 for more information. White Lake Bethesda United Church Ham Supper, Friday, November 22, 4:30 p.m. until sold out. Veterans Hall, Ivanhoe. Adults $10. Children 6-12, $5. Monthly Crokinole party, Friday, November 15, 8 pm, Madoc Township Recreation Centre Bring a friend and lunch. Everyone welcome. 613-473-2166 Continued on page B18
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By Bill Freeman
Youngest group ever visits museum
News - Norwood â€“ Weâ€™ve written frequently about the impressive and award-winning Norwood Legion Branch 300 museum which ofďŹ cially opened a year ago during Remembrance Week. This past week the museum, housed in the upper ďŹ‚oor of the 118-year-old former Norwood High School building which is now home to Branch 300, welcomed its youngest group of students yet when
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Lisa Cossarâ€™s Grade 2-3 class from St. Paul Catholic School toured the facility with its founder and nurturer Rob Gordon. â€œIâ€™m a history buff, to me itâ€™s important to know how people lived and worked in previous generations,â€? Gordon says. â€œItâ€™s been a success. Not many Legions have a museum.â€? Last year Gordon and the branch received the Peterborough Historical Societyâ€™s prestigious
Samuel Armour Heritage Award for its work developing the museum. â€œI am very happy with how itâ€™s gone,â€? he admits. â€œI want it to be part of youth education; itâ€™s worked out that way.â€? The oldest artefact is discharge papers from the Boer War. There are many unique items featured including the late John Richardsonâ€™s Brigadier Generalâ€™s dress uniform; Richardson, a Peterborough native, was both a former NDHS teacher and vice principal who served in the Canadian military reserves from 1952 to 1992 and also served as a Liberal MP and secretary to the Minister of Veteranâ€™s Affair and Minister of Defence.
One rare piece is a Gothic lettered certiďŹ cate hand dawn by a German POW from Camp Magpie testifying to how well prisoners were treated. The names of the guards and the POWs (and their hometowns) are listed on the certiďŹ cate. â€œLots of people have come up here. Itâ€™s been a success and something Iâ€™ve enjoyed doing. I had so much support, anybody I asked helped out without question,â€? says Gordon. The room where the museum started had become a â€œrefuse placeâ€? ďŹ lled with piles of stuff. â€œAmong that junk was a lot of these artefacts.â€? The museum has expanded into the hallway with additional
Rob Gordon, former youth education officer at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 300 in Norwood and the brainchild behind the Branchâ€™s impressive museum talks to grade two and three students from St. Paul Catholic Elementary School during a Remembrance Week tour. Photo: Bill
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display cabinets and wall hangings and Gordon hopes to be able to inventory the collection with the help of a Norwood District High student. During last yearâ€™s heritage award presentation he said, â€œWe used to take veterans to the schools, I was youth education ofďŹ cer at the time and thatâ€™s possibly where I got the idea as well. There were only three or four I could take to the schools and now theyâ€™re gone. Having these artefacts there and being able to talk about them to these youngsters keeps the memory of all these people alive.â€? â€œIt is important to know how our freedom was preserved,â€? Gordon said scanning the collection.
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News - Trenton - With the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy just around the corner, Duncan Armstrong, a local retired teacher and long-time researcher of this historical event, will be setting up a display/discussion at the City of Quinte West Public Library on Monday, November 18, between 12 and 8 p.m. Like many people who were around during the time of the assassination, Armstrong has been fascinated with the topic for the past half century and invites the public to stop by the display and share their thoughts about what Armstrong refers to as “The event that shook the 20th century to the core!” Over the years, Armstrong has collected a vast array of books, magazines, photographs, reports, media and various other memorabilia related to the assassination and also the life of JFK and the Kennedys. When asked why he delves into the topic as extensively as he does, Armstrong’s reply is simple. “Some folks collect, stamps, coins, antiques, etc. I collect JFK stuff! Plus, the history is fascinating since it engulfs a wide range of issues, many of which are still prevalent in today’s political forum.” Throughout the years, Armstrong has been in contact with various leading JFK researchers. With the advent of the Internet, access to forums, web sites and other means of sharing information have been his source of comparing notes on the assassination. He also visited the infamous Dealey Plaza back in 1985 and re-traced the illfated motorcade from start to ﬁnish. When asked if he is in support of the 1964 Warren Commission ﬁndings showing that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone Please see “JFK” on page B10
And sometimes the timing ing a particularly busy schedule. But the result was well worth it. is important as well. “I really love doing this And, Hollin adds, it is gratifying as a performer to be able show in November,” he says. Upcoming shows at the to bring Canadian stories to life. He admits that his interest in Ca- theatre include The Mantini nadian history while still in high school was minimal, but his career in theatre has changed all that. “There are a lot of good (Canadian) stories,” he says, adding Bishop’s has become a personal favourite.
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the theatre and noted there were several veterans in the audience for the evening’s performance. After being asked to stand, the attending veterans were greeted with a warm round of applause. Directed by playwright Ken MacDougall, who has his hands all over Rapunzel as well, the play was a welcome departure during Panto preparations, say both MacDougall and Hollin, but they admit it took a little extra work dur-
Dean Hollin portrays Canadian flying ace Billy Bishop as well as several other characters in the musical Billy Bishop Goes to War, performed in Stirling last week. The play made its debut in Vancouver, featuring actor/co-creator Eric Peterson, 35 years ago and continues to resonate.
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Entertainment - Stirling – After earning a reputation as the worst student ever to attend Kingston’s Royal Military College (RMC), the keen-eyed Billy Bishop went on to become Canada’s most lethal WWI pilot and one of our most celebrated war veterans. His story was told at the Stirling Festival Theatre just before Remembrance Day when the one-man play Billy Bishop Goes to War was performed before a highly appreciative audience that included several veterans who were also graciously acknowledged. Actor and singer Dean Hollin, who is a familiar face on the SFT stage and will star in the upcoming Christmas Panto, Rapunzel, earned a standing ovation from the crowd of about 150 for his portrayal of Bishop and about a dozen other characters, also performing the musical’s original compositions alongside pianist Stephen Woodjetts. Written by John Gray and Eric Peterson, and ﬁrst performed by Peterson 35 years ago in Vancouver, Billy Bishop Goes to War crossed Canada and landed on Broadway. And, as Hollin points out, “for a time was one of the most produced and performed pieces in North America.” And, he says, the play is a treat to present. It tells the story of Bishop’s enlistment and his ﬁrst solo ﬂight, his triumphs and his shortcomings and his unanticipated level of success. After his service in
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EMC B Section - Thursday, November 14, 2013 B9
Natural does not always mean best
Lifestyles - I’m a fairly healthy person these pieces of paper with lots of boxes “important papers” ﬁle on my fridge. the requisition off of my fridge and march and so I don’t visit my doctor very of- checked off. She calls them “requisitions At my last doctor’s visit, though, she myself down to the lab. After waiting just ten. But when I do, she likes to give me for blood work”. I like to put them in my told me that she would prefer that I take four and a half months, I took her advice. According to this requisition I was supposed to refrain from eating or drinking for twelve hours before they poked me. But when I got to the lab, they said that not only were they going to draw blood, I was going to have to pee in a cup--after not drinking for twelve hours. I dutifully went and tried to comply, with the water running and a picture of Niagara Falls on my iPhone, hoping for inspiration. Thankfully it struck. The next day the doctor called and was ever so sorry to inform me that I was 437 West Front Street, (on Fairgrounds), Stirling, Ontario rather anemic. Personally, I was ecstatic. There’s nothing horribly wrong with me that would cause it; I simply need to eat more beef and pop a pill. I was worried I was getting lazy because I was so tired all the time. Now I know it’s not my fault. In the broad scheme of things, being a little anemic isn’t nearly as bad as what many people are walking through. Nevertheless, I can’t ignore things my body is telling me. Once you’re on the other side of forty, you can’t eat chocolate cake for breakfast. And so it is that I am starting to pay attention to what I eat. More protein, fewer carbohydrates. More vegetables, less bread. Most of all, I’m trying to eat what comes out of the ground and not what comes out of a can or a box. Natural makes sense to me when it (followed by draws) comes to food, but I do not believe that natural always means best. The ebola Admission $5.00, children under 12 no charge, includes refreshments virus is natural. SARS is natural. It is natural for 10% of women to die in childbirth, for premature babies not to make it, and for cancer to kill you. Nature is not always kind, and so I ﬁnd the fanatic devotion to all things natural to be a little strange. Yes, preservatives and mass production have made us obese, but I think obesity is preferable to starvation. Besides, we also have little babies living longer, most cancer patients being cured, and infection being halted. Bring on the Tickets $20.00 each available at these Stirling and area businesses: medical advances! Health decisions should be based on Rustic Routes, Stirling Dental Clinic Centre, Vintage Junction, logic, not emotion. If something works, we should be able to prove it works; othMill Street Collecibles & Edibles, Mill Street, The Apple Store, erwise it’s just superstition. I believe that eating natural foods is much better than or call Edith Ray 613-395-4037 or Sandra Lindsay 613-395-6114 eating from a box. But I also believe that vaccines have helped more people worldALL PROCEEDS FROM BOTH EVENTS GO TOWARDS wide than almost any other advance. And ONGOING PROJECTS AT FARMTOWN PARK after being in Kenya and watching people For more information, please call Farmtown Park 613-395-0015 or visit walk over 60 km to get vaccinated, you realize that it’s only here in North America, where death is not always stalking, that we even have the luxury of debating
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gunman responsible for killing JFK, Armstrong’s reply deals more with the why as opposed to the who. “Why JFK was shot is more important to me as opposed to who actually pulled the trigger. Understand that and you will be able determine for yourself who was responsible. If Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy for fame and glory, as the Warren Commission concludes, why did he run?” Over the course of his teaching career, Armstrong has delivered seminars to high school classes about the subject and extends the invitation to classes to drop in and learn more about the topic. Armstrong had also been planning to travel to Dallas to join in the 50th year commemoration ceremonies, however, the city of Dallas will be cordoning off the area to prevent the general public from attending the event which is by invitation only. For more information, contact Quinte West Adult Services Coordinator Robert Amess at 613-3943381 ext 3325 or email <roberta@ quintewest.ca>.
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ferent story. a uniformed member on one segBoth of our families (my wifeâ€™s ment with a family and community Lifestyles - I write this on a sombre day, the day before Remem- and mine) have a strong military on the other part; the monument is brance Day here in Canada. It is tradition with fathers, grandfathers cracked between the two parts fortypical of November with north and uncles involved in past wars. ever separating one from the other. winds proclaiming winterâ€™s ap- For myself, I have spent time with On the other side are etched the proach, grey clouds blanketing cadets (army) militia (GGFG in names of the Canadians who died the sky, spits of cold rain leaving Ottawa) regular forces (2RCR) in that dark land. At service today, my wife wore the ground sodden and the leaves and again cadets (sea). I was fordamp. The halcyon days of au- tunate enough that my tenure did her fatherâ€™s Peace Keeping UN tumn have passed; the lawnmow- not involve conflict but unfortu- medal, not the campaign medals, ers have been put away so gone nate enough to see what can hap- service medals, or other decorations. is the smell of freshly cut grass, pen to a military service when its This is the one that speaks to us; it the leaves have been raked and country does not see its purpose. is the one that tells the world what bagged so gone is the crisp rus- Folks, that was back in the 1970s our serving personnel are about. tling of their tumbles down side- and those attitudes have changed This does not diminish in any way walks and lanes; and, the last of dramatically. I canâ€™t decide if that other medals, whose wearer has offered tremendous service to all of us the annuals have been blackened is a good thing or not. A few years ago, when we here and abroad, often at a cost that by frost. In short, this appears to were at a memorial service, we can only be understood by those be a day of endings. were saddened to see all the new who earned them. For those of you All is not as it appears. Yesterday, I planted a titch over ribbons on the tunics, ribbons in uniform and not, who represent 100 daffodil bulbs in a large new we did not recognise at the time. our country across the world in arâ€œdaffodilâ€? patch. In the week or Watching the news of conflicts eas of conflict; who offer up yourso preceding, another 200+ bulbs across the globe from the safety of selves in the hope for peace in our were planted around other por- our living rooms had distanced us global community, thank you. I know that when this column is tions of the estate. I also slipped from its reality and, that day, realpublished, the Day will be past and in a few perennials, some Russian ity was only a few feet away. In Trenton, Ontario, you will the country will have moved on to Sage and Sweet Tea Heucherella. Those were all planted with find the Afghanistan Repatriation other matters. Perhaps, a few days the hope and confidence of a new Memorial in Bain Park. You will after the fact, then, a short remindspring just a few calendar pages see a black granite maple leaf with er is a good thing. away. This past gardening season had a few surprises in store for us, but just like last year â€Ś and next year â€Ś it was the best year ever. Perhaps, in the next column, this theme will be picked up and celebrated but, Gentle Reader; I am finding it a titch difficult to concentrate on gardening because Police Foundations my thoughts are Personal Support Worker dwelling on Remembrance Day. Todayâ€™s service at church was difficult. There was a slide show of our veterans running across the big screen that took several moments but when the wreath was presented there were only five veterans able to participate. Many of those on the screen Art and Design Foundation are now but ghosts Protection, Security and Investigation who live only in memories and history texts. There were a few currently serving members, sitting in the pews, wearing their walking out clothes complete with those new ribbons and medals. The faces reflect pride and â€Ś sadness. I have seen photos of friends before and after their tours and, while they might appear unchanged, their eyes tell a difBy Dan Clost
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News - Campbellford - Hospitals in Ontario are being asked to reduce wait times in emergency rooms to fewer than four hours, and Campbellford Memorial Hospital is meeting the challenge with the help of a nurse practitioner. Beth Van Dusen was hired “to lighten the load” of ER doctors at Campbellford, which “really frees them up” to see patients who “need more critical care and investigation,” she told the hospital’s board of directors November 7.
“The sooner we can pull people in and get them out, it just keeps the momentum going,” After the patients are triaged upon arrival to determine the severity of their illness or injury, she attends to those with less urgent needs. “The sooner we can pull people in and get them out, it just keeps the momentum going,” Van Dusen said. And when the emergency de-
partment becomes “so chaotic” that the physician “might need an extra hand” with a procedure, she can help out there as well. Van Dusen is one of close to 2,500 nurse practitioners in Canada, with most of them, about 1,480, in Ontario. She started out in nursing 30 years ago and began work as a nurse practitioner in 2000 after completing an extensive training curriculum in Toronto on her own time. In her expanded role providing primary care, she can prescribe antibiotics and therapies, order ultrasounds, diagnostic tests and some x-rays, and arrange for mental health counselling and other services. “It’s more to complement the physician’s care, it’s not replacing it,” Van Dusen said. When necessary, she will consult with a doctor on a patient’s condition, or have one co-sign procedures that are beyond her scope of practice. One difference between her and ER physicians “is that I do have more time than they do so you can be pretty thorough and comprehensive” when assessing a patient, she said. “The urgency is not there,”
which allows for “a more comfortable, slowed situation” to learn about the person, Van Dusen said. “And in the calmness of that maybe some other things might come to light,” which should be addressed to “keep them as healthy as possible,” and to prevent their having to return to the emergency department in future. “Inside of 20 minutes you can do a pretty good scan on what that person might need and what you can foresee them needing.” There are numerous agencies in the community available to provide help and “their response time is incredible,” Van Dusen said. “We’re just able to suss out what needs to be done, and get as much put into play. It is like a one-stop shop here.” She sees about a dozen people on average, and sometimes twice as many, during her eight-hour shift, which runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday. For some patients, being seen by a nurse practitioner comes as a surprise. “Some love to see the doctor,” Van Dusen said, so she reassures them a physician will be brought in if she can’t ﬁgure out what has to be done.
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Vivacious - Hope Stone
Then, after even more hard work, they will come. Hope Stone rolled up her sleeves to build a dream shopping experience in her downtown Trenton women’s clothing store, Vivacious, and she has yet to take her seventh inning stretch. At 48, she found herself out of work. She had a college education, 12 years of marketing experience, a supportive husband and no interest in starting over and building someone else’s business. She didn’t have a background in fashion or retail and never imagined herself owning a women’s clothing boutique. It was her frustration with not being able to find stylish and trendy plus-sized clothes locally that made her think maybe others felt the same way. Hope participated in the Ontario Self-Employment
Benefit program (OSEB) in 2011 offered by Trenval Business Development Corporation for the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU). The
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created a business plan for her salon-styled women’s clothing boutique named to invigorate and inspire. vi·va·cious - full of high spirits and animation; lively or vital; tenacity for life. (Collins dictionary) Hope has built a destination shop that charms local and distant shoppers (soon online shoppers, too). In less than 18 months, she has expanded into a new store on Dundas Street that is 3 times the size of her original location and now offers sizing from small to 5X. “The area needed it so I met the challenge.” She goes on buying trips to find Canadian made designs that are captivating. Hope merchandises with stunning jewelry, hats, scarfs, fascinators and accessories. Her purse and luggage lines
are enchanting and her shoes and boots have become a local sensation. “There is a lot of freedom in running your own business but also a lot of responsibility and stress.” Her days start with a duster in hand and a vacuum. She also insists employees keep the store clean and inviting. Her change rooms and bathroom are spotless, her door and windows are streak free and often you’ll find a decadent truffle on the front counter. Shoppers enjoy the fun and personable experience Hope has created on top of loving her treasure trove of clothing and accessories. Visit Vivacious at 101 Dundas Street West in Trenton. The Board and Staff of Trenval congratulate Hope Stone and are proud to have been an integral part of her home run success story!
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KEAST-GLENNESTER, TERRY We would like to thank our relatives, friends & neighbours for the outpouring of sympathy after the very sudden death of our dear daughter Terry in Connecticut, USA. Terry is survived by her husband Mike of Cary, NC, her daughter Tracy Randall, her son Kevin and his wife Stacy Keast and soon to be grandson. Loving sister of Janet Glennester & Stuart Glennester. Daughter-in-law of Arlyn Keast. Celebrations of life have taken place in Cary, NC and Brighton, Ont. She will be missed by many aunts, uncles & cousins both in Canada & England. Our grateful thanks to all. Edna & Ron Glennester & Family
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GRAHAM, TerryRemembering you on your birthday, November 14th. You had a forever giving heart full of thoughtfulness, playfulness and strength. Love always and forever, Tara and Rob, Roy and Joyce and your many friends as well.
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At Moira Place Long-Term Care, Tweed, on Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Irene Martin, of Madoc, in her 92nd year. Daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Lee. Wife of the late Jack Martin. Mother of Jack (late Donna), Jean Henwood, Helen (Arthur) Lessard, George (Lorna), and Joyce (John) Hebert. Grandmother of Tracey, Joseph, Dianna, Dennis, Sherry, Heather, Courtney, Lasha, Trevor, Craig, Simon, Christopher, Sarah, David, and the late Francis “Frank”. Loved by many great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. The family received friends at the McConnell Funeral Home, Madoc, from 2-4 p.m. & 7-9 p.m. Thursday. Funeral service was held in the Madoc Chapel on Friday, November 8 at 2:00 p.m. Interment O’Hara Cemetery. Donations to the Alzheimer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. www.mcconnellfuneralhome. ca<http://www.mcconnellfuneralhome.ca/>
MARTIN, James ‘Jim’ D. Sr. (Member of Peel Masonic Lodge #468, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #389 Havelock, McDonnell Douglas Canada employee for 31 years) — Peacefully at Pleasant Meadow Manor November 8, 2013 in his 77th year. Husband of the late Dorianne Martin. Dear father of Jim & his wife Donna and Janis Moher & her husband Frank. Grandfather of Joe Moher (wife Melissa), Nichole Moher, Karli Martin & Jamie Martin. Brother of Leonard Martin & his wife Donna, Gerry (predeceased) & his wife Meryl & John (predeceased) & his wife Carol. Brother in law of John Hines (predeceased) & his wife Diane & Peter Hines (predeceased) & his wife Karen of England. He will be sadly missed by his many nieces, nephews & close friends. Son of the late Jack & Georgina Martin and son in law of the late Jack & Barbara Hines. A funeral service was held at BRETT FUNERAL CHAPEL HAVELOCK on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 11:00 am, Reverend Gloria Master officiated. Interment was at Pine Grove Cemetery. If desired, donations in memory of Jim may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association. Online condolences may be made at www. brettfuneralchapels.com CL435947
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KELLAR, ANNABEL VICTORIA (nee Palmateer) passed away peacefully at the Pine Meadow Nursing Home in Northbrook with her family by her side the morning of Thursday, November 7, 2013 in her 87th year. Beloved wife of the late Mervon Kellar. Dear mother of Harvey (Jacqueline) of Tweed, Sheila (Cecil) Hawley of Northbrook, Linda (Mike) Warren of Perth, Bryan (Sandra) of Kaladar, Richard (Marine) of Vancouver, Alfred (Barbara) of Tweed, Donald (Catherine) of Tweed and Stephen (Corine) of Flinton. Pre-deceased by her son Gary. Gramma will always be cherished and never forgotten by her several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Sadly missed by her brothers Mervin (Ilene) Palmateer of Bloomfield, Ronald (Donna) Palmateer of Picton and her sisters Elizabeth Machula of Calgary, Doreen Thompson of Arden, Liza (Joe) Wagner of B.C. and Carol (Joe) Wood of Flinton. Pre-deceased by her brothers Lorne, Gerald, Edward, Royce, her sisters Laura, Lilian and parents John & Ethel Palmateer. She will be fondly remembered by her nieces, nephews and friends. The family received friends at the Maschke Funeral Home, 11928 Hwy# 41 Northbrook, Ont. K0H 2G0 (613-336-6873) on Friday from 2-4 & 6-8pm. The Funeral Service was in the Chapel on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 11:00am. Interment at Northbrook United Church Cemetery. Friends desiring may contribute in her memory to the Pine Meadow Nursing Home. Online condolences to the family at www.maschkefuneralhome.com
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TRENN, Thaddeus “Thad” Joseph Peacefully at Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg, on Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 in his 76th year, the angels took Thaddeus. Beloved husband of the late Gabriele. Loving father of Margaret. Dear brother of Judy and Mary. He will be sadly missed by his many friends around the world. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, November 13th at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Cobourg at 2 pm. with visitation from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. at MacCoubrey Funeral Home, Cobourg. If desired, donations may be made to Community Care Northumberland – Hospice, Canadian Cancer Society or Northumberland Hills Hospital – Palliative Care. Condolences received at www.MacCoubrey.com. CL482313
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GOETZELMANN, Henry A.M.K. passed away peacefully at Trenton Memorial Hospital on Saturday, November 9, 2013 in his 90th year. Predeceased by his wife Ilse; survived by daughters Alpha (Blaine), Zora (Andre) and grandchildren Aidan and Wyatt. The family wishes to extend their sincere gratitude for the outstanding care that Henry received at Trenton Memorial Hospital and at Maplewood. At the request of the family, there will be no service or visitation. Memorial Donations may be made to the Charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to the RUSHNELL FUNERAL CENTRE, 60 Division Street, Trenton (613-392-2111). On-line condolences at www.rushnellfamilyservices.com
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Belmont Lake Dam Crowe Valley Conservation Authority PLANS DEPOSITED The Crowe Valley Conservation Authority hereby gives notice that an application has been made to the Minister of Transport under the Navigable Waters Protection Act for approval of the plans and site of the work described herein. Pursuant to section 9 of the said Act, the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority has deposited with the Minister of Transport and in the office of the District Registrar of the Land Registry District of Hastings, at Belleville, Ontario under deposit No. QR687399, a description of the site and plans of the safety boom in Belmont Lake, at Belmont Lake Dam, in front of Lot 15, Concession 2, Havelock-Belmont-Methuen Township (Belmont). Comments may be directed to the Superintendent, Navigable Waters Protection Program, Transport Canada, 100 Front Street S., Sarnia, Ontario, N7T 2M4. However, comments will be considered only if they are in writing, are received not later than 30 days after the date of publication of this notice and are related to the effects of this work on marine navigation. Although all comments conforming to the above will be considered, no individual response will be sent. Marmora, November 4, 2013
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169 TRIPP ROAD, RR# 8 PICTON, ONT. PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY MONDAY NOVEMBER 18TH AT 11:00 AM 3 miles NORTH WEST of Picton on County Road 4 (Ben Gill Road) and turn onto Tripp Road for 1 mile. 1930s walnut finish china cabinet, maple finish drop front desk with 3 lower doors, coffee and end tables, colonial Maple Chesterfield, antique glass, china and collectibles including depression glass, Tunstall bowl, toilet set pieces, cornflower crystal, sterling silver, mustache cups, Royal Albert China, cups and saucers, Union Jack flags, antique auto harp, Wade figurines, crocks, iron ware, silver flatware, hat pins, oil paintings, bedding, kitchenware’s, TOOLS-King 12” single surface planer, 36” wood lathe, portable air compressor, Mastercraft scroll saw, floor model drill press, miter saw, shop vac, radial arm saw, power tools, hand tools, rechargeables, toolbox, garden tools, cross cut saws, bicycles, White 19 hp riding lawn mower, single axle utility trailer, numerous other articles. TERMS - CASH OR CHEQUE OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY OF SALE SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS Plainfield 613-477-2082 www.sullivanauctions.com
AUCTION SALE BUSINESS FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION HASTINGS COUNTY MEAT PACKERS 570 MOIRA ROAD, R.R.2 STIRLING, ONT. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23RD AT 11:00 AM 12 miles NORTH of Belleville on Highway 62 and turn EAST onto the Moria Road for 1 mile. OPTION # 1 FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT 11:00 AM SUBJECT TO A REASONABLE RESERVE- Family owned business. 2600 SQ FT steel sided building on 425’x 195’ lot. Building contains all necessities for a meat packing business including walk in freezers. Property has dug well water supply, propane heat., gravel parking area and washroom facilities. All chattels are included in the sale of the business TERMS – $20,000 deposit day of sale by certified cheque made payable to Robert Sullivan and Sons Auctioneers Ltd- balance due in 30 days or upon agreed closing date. Viewing available by appointment- WILLIAM 613 395 9349 OPTION # 2 In the event that HASTINGS COUNTY MEAT PACKERS does not sell as an on going business all chattels will be sold by auction NOVEMBER 23RD AT 11:30 AM. Complete list of chattels available at www.sullivanauctions.com TERMS- CASH OR CERTIFIED CHEQUE- FOR OPTION 1 OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY OF SALE SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS Plainfield 613-477-2082 www.sullivanauctions.com
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AT WARNER’S AUCTION HALL 12927 HWY.#2, JUST WEST OF COLBORNE NOTICE: Due to Embargos placed on Persian Gulf importers, they can no longer import quality hand knotted Persian rugs. Our importer who we have been selling quality rugs for 20 years will be changing his business. He has offered us an auction of these rugs from his warehouse to our customers before things change. We will offer a selection of these quality hand made rugs in this sale which includes a variety of sizes, colours from 2’ x 4’ to 10’ x 14’, Including Tabriz, Mashad, Hamadan, Kerman, Shiraz, Ardebil, plus tribal pieces. All for sale to highest bidder. Terms: Cash, Cheque with ID, Visa, M/C, Interac
Gary E. Warner , Auctioneer 905-355-2106 3 ESTATES 2 DAY SALE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 @ 6:00PM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 @10:00AM
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Warner’s Auction Hall, 12927 Hwy 2, Just West of Colborne. THURS NOV 14 - Most things like new, including Pandora Jewelry, 3 watches, 2 great bikes: 1 Pacific Coast Chopper, 1CCM AX Model 21 speed, Coach ladies hand bag with matching wallet, 3 diamond rings, Italian decorative pcs, large popcorn machine, Igloo dog house, large kids outdoor play house, glass, china, crystal, collectables, lamps, dishes, 2 pressure washers, H.D. chop saw, furniture includes dining room suite, leather sofa, other good sofa set, also nice sofa bed, rattan 3 pc set, collection Marilyn Monroe pictures, occasional chairs, rocking chairs, plus much more to be sold to make room for Saturday sale. SAT, NOV 16 - Whirlpool fridge like new, 30” stove, auto washer, plus apt spin washer, 11 1/2 h.p. Roper riding mower like new, nice small convection oven, assortment small tables & book cases, tri-lites, floor lamps, bridge lamps, 8 place setting Royal Albert china “Old Country Rose” with extra pcs, glass, crystal, fancy china pcs, pictures, Gibbard dining room table with 6 chairs, maple double bed with matching dresser with mirror, excellent sofa set, old trunks, Lazy Boy chair, lawn & garden tools & furniture, old NHL hockey game in original box, old water pump, Dunken Phyfe drop leaf ext table with brass claw feet, 20’ alum ladder, Yard King snow blower with 29” cut electric start, 5 h.p. MTD shredder/chipper, wheel burrow, glider rock swivel rocker, Royal Doulton 8 place setting china, Royal Albert Petti Point pcs, Limoges, Silver serving pcs, crystal, fancy cups/saucers, fancy china pcs, hanging tapestry, desk, large quantity knick knacks, collectables, oil lamps, kitchen wares, small appliances, pictures, plus, plus. 2 Large Sales Terms: Cash, Cheque with ID, Visa, M/C, Interac.
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LARGE 2 DAY ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR’S AUCTION Saturday November 16th
Preview @ 9:30 a.m. Auction starting at 11:00 a.m. SATURDAY: Large Selection of Art Glass, Moorcroft, Sterling & Silver-plate, Nippon Collection, Collection of Royal Doulton Figures, Cut Crystal, Collector’s Items, Clocks to include Regulators, Numerous Oils, Watercolours & Prints. Large Selection Furniture to include: 2 Early Keyboard Instruments, Teak Wall Unit, Wicker, Walnut Dining Suite, Mahogany Display Cabinet, Victorian Furniture, Corner Cabinet, Small Tables, Vilas Maple Desk, Chest of Drawers, Upholstered Furniture, Decorative, Lighting & Rugs.
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Preview @ 9:30 Auction Starting @ 11:00 SUNDAY: To Include: A Large Selection of Inuit Stone Carvings From Areas of Cape Dorset, POV, Baker Lake & Northern Quebec. Further including a Large Selection of over 100 Prints, Stonecuts, Etchings & Artwork From Selected Artists.
Giant 1/2 Price Indoor Yard Sale to Include Furniture Watch the Website for Updates & Photos. www.waddingtons.ca/cobourg BROWSE OUR HOME FURNISHINGS CONSIGNMENT STORE QUALITY ITEMS AT A FRACTION OF RETAIL.
AUCTION SALE ESTATE OF BRUCE DAINARD
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Kelvinator refrigerator, wooden dining table/2 leaves & 6 matching high back chairs, single pedestal kitchen table, chesterfield & chair, sofa table, coffee & end tables, dresser/ mirror, chests of drawers, plant tables, white wicker child’s rocker, qty. of glass & china, old prints & frames, several commemorative framed hockey prints, die cast Nascar cars, small shop tools & numerous other pieces. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com
60 crossbred cows some with calves on side All Bred Char. Some stockers to be sold separate All Springers will be preg checked. CL435792
AUCTION SALE WED, NOVEMBER 20, 2013 AT 5:00 P.M. DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE
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Marmora Legion Bid Euchre every Monday starting at 1 p.m. Bingo MARMORA every Monday at 7 pm Drop-in Memory Loss Information EUCHRE Fridays, 7 p.m.,Deloro sessions meets every 3rd Thurs. of month Hall. Please bring light lunch. (Organized at Marmora Caressant Care Retirement by Marmora Crowe Valley Lions) Home at 1pm. Contact 613-395-5018 for more information. NORWOOD Marmora Legion: Music Novem- Norwood Legion: Wing Night ber 16 Welcoming the hunters back. Thursdays, from 4:30pm. Meat Draws St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 8 Burst- Fridays from 5 p.m. hall St, Marmora Community Supper, The Asphodel/Norwood Tuesday, November 19, 5-7 p.m. Chicken Historical Society will meet Tuesday, pot pie, dessert, coffee & tea. Free Will November 19 at 7 p.m. at the Norwood Legion offering. Everyone is welcome. Marmora Social: Thursday, Progressive Euchre Sunday Nov 22, 43 Mathew Place. Seating Nov. 17, 1 pm, Norwood Curling Club. from 11:30am. Lunch at 12pm. Open Admission $5.00/Person, Prizes For Top to seniors and adults with physical dis- Scores. Refreshments Available abilities. Pre-register: 1-800-554-1564 if not already a member of the Marmora P.E. COUNTY Social program. Albury Friendship Group - Quilts for sale each Wed 10 am - 12 noon. AlChurch Rednersville Rd. Proceeds In Memoriam bury to local charities for women. Every Thursday night, Mixed Fun Darts Consecon Legion, 7 pm. Everyone welcome 32nd. Annual Consecon Santa Claus Parade, Sunday November 17,1:00 pm St. Andrew’s Anglican Church Roast Beef Supper, Ameliasburgh Town + HST Hall, Sunday, November 17, 4-6 p.m. 75 words, 25¢/extra word Adults $12 children 6-11yrs. $5. 613Border $5.00 (optional) 968-3320 Picton afternoon Shout Sister 613-966-2034 x 560 Choir welcomes new members. Prac-
tices are Wednesdays, 2-4 p.m., St Mary Lounge from 8-12 midnight, Legion Magdalene Church, 335 Main St, Picton. Branch 110, Quinte St. Trenton. www.shoutsisterchoir.ca The Trenton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary monthly board meeting, STIRLING Monday, November 18, 1:30, 2nd floor Weekly Monday Night Bingo, boardroom at TMH. Current volunteers, Upstairs of Stirling Arena. Cards on sale public and anyone interested in volunat 6:15pm. Starts at 6:50pm. Proceeds to teering welcome. support community projects. Sponsored Trenton Lions Club 77 Campbell by Stirling & District Lions Club. Street hosts a weekly Thursday Night Starlite House Tour, Thursday, Bingo. Cards on sale at 6pm regular November 21, 4-9 pm. Tour of five homes program starts at 7pm. Everyone welplus Farmtown Park. Tickets $20. For come. info: 613-395-0015, 613-395-4037 or 613-395-6114 or www.farmtownpark. Nov 16, Quinte Branch of Ontario Genealogical Society meeting. Speaker ca Glenn Wright with the topic of “ReStirling and District Horticultural searching Canada’s War Dead 1885Society is looking for new Members! In- 1945”, Quinte West Public Library, 7 formative monthly meetings, stimulating Creswell Dr, Trenton,1 pm. Everyone guest speakers, social connections and welcome. Info: www.rootsweb.ancestry. shared interests. Help beautify Stirling com/~canqbogs/ and area. Meetings 3rd Monday of the month, 7pm, Presbyterian Church, Mill JOIN Quinte West’s Kente Kiwanis. St, Stirling. Annual membership $12.00. Meetings held every Thursday morning. Barbara 613-395 9165, Sue 613-398- Everyone welcome. Call Secretary John Eden at 613-394-0316 for more info. 0220. Early Stage Memory Loss sup- Friends of the Quinte West Library port group meets every 3rd Wed. of Book Sale, every Tues and Thurs and the month at Stirling Rotary Train Station last Sat of month, 10 am-1 pm. Acceptat 2pm. Contact 613-395-5018 for more ing book donations as well. 25 cents to $1.50. Quinte West Public Library. information. Christmas at Farmtown Park, Quinte Bay Cloggers, every FriFriday, November 22, 12-9pm, Saturday, day, 6:30-9:00 pm, hall at the Salvation November 23, 10am-6pm and Sunday Army, Dundas St, Trenton. All ages November 24, 10am-2pm. Admission welcome, no experience necessary. First $5, children under 12 free. Includes two nights are free. Info: Eve or Ozz at 613-966-7026 refreshments.
of the month at Actinolite Recreation Hall 1 p.m. Lunch available. Tweed Legion: November 14 Mixed Shuffleboard in the Clubroom, 7:30. L.A. Bingo upstairs at 7:00 everyone welcome. November 15 - Friendly darts, 7:30. November 16 - Euchre,1-4 followed by a Meat Draw in the Clubroom. Tickets $2 or 3 for $5. November 20 - No Mixed Pool. Monthly General Membership meeting at 7:30. New members are always welcome. Membership information 613-478-1865. Tweed Public Library weekly events: Tuesdays: Play Bridge or Euchre, 12 - 3 pm. Beginners welcome. Pixel Hobby, 12-3 pm, Wednesdays: Play chess, 5:30-6:45. Beginner, intermediate and advanced. Fridays: Learn how to make knitted teddy bears, 2:45-4:45 pm. Info: 613-478-1066.
TYENDINAGA Stoney & the Sundance Band, Sat. Nov. 16, 8pm-12am, Orange Hall, York Rd. Bar and lunch. Foot care, 4th Thursday of each month, Starts at 9am, Deseronto Lions Hall 300 Main St. Deseronto call 613396-6591 for further details Meals on Wheels Deseronto: Tuesday through Friday a hot meal delivered to your door around noon, for more information call 613-396-6591
Warkworth Legion hosts bid euchre at 2 p.m. every Wednesday and a TWEED TRENTON dart league at 7:30 p.m. every Thursday. Bid Euchre Tournament 3rd Sunday Karoke every third Friday in the Everyone welcome
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