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Two months after essentially winning the health lottery, Chatham-Kent’s Jocelyn McGlynn has received more good news. Diagnosed last year with a rare form of leukemia, Jocelyn learned recently her immune system has essentially been entirely replaced by that of her donor. Getting the perfect match – 10 out of 10 categories – in February was the equivalent in luck to
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emonies and will dedicate the land and give blessing. Additional involvement for local First Nation communities is also in the works. No weekend bash is complete, especially leading up to Canada Day, without fireworks. Those will take place on the Saturday night at St. Clair College. On July 1, organizers
said they plan on hosting a massive pancake breakfast in the park. And it too is a free event. Callaghan said while plans are still shaping up in terms of participation, feedback from various cultural groups has been quite positive, and many are reaching out to the organizers. “The positive energy is
phenomenal. There has been lots of support and interest,” she said. Canniff said the return of Festival of Nations is another big event taking place inside Chatham-Kent. “This will be a huge event; something we need more of. We want lots of things to do in Chatham-Kent,” he said.
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Day of Mourning Remembering William Henry Somers
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Descendants of William Henry Somers joined up with staff from Hydro One Friday to unveil a commemorative plaque for Somers and to mark the National Day of Mourning. On a cold, wet and windy day, they gathered in front of the Kent Transformer Station on Maple Leaf Drive in Chatham. That’s where Somers died on May 21, 1918 in an industrial accident. Somers, an electrical inspector with the Hydro Electric Power Commission of Ontario, was electrocuted while working on a dead switch at the station. He inadvertently came too close to a live high-voltage power line and was hit by 26,000 volts of electricity. Family came from as far away as Ottawa and Owen Sound to mark the dedication on Friday. Brad Taylor of Hydro One said Somers came to Chatham when hydro was first being installed in the city. He was recognized as
an expert electrician. “It was 101 years ago, but the work doesn’t sound much different than what our staff does today,” he said. About two dozen of Somers’ descendants attended the dedication. Somers was survived by his wife, Charlotte, and their eight children, who ranged in age from just four months old to 13 years old. His death left the family without a father and wage earner. According to a media release, his wife kept the family going by doing other people’s laundry and taking in boarders. Dianne Moore, one of Somers grandchildren, said Friday’s dedication underlines that he did not die in vain. “His tragic death contributed to the development of important safety strategies,” she said. “We didn’t know him, but it means a lot to us for him to be recognized.” The Kent Transformer Station takes in electricity at 230,000 volts and steps it down to 115,000 volts for distribution to Chatham.
Taylor said the National Day of Mourning is a time for people to recognize those who have been killed or badly injured while on the job, as well as “their family, friends and coworkers who have been deeply affected by their tragedies. “As we remember those who died or were seriously injured as a result of an industrial accident, I ask you to make a serious commitment to workplace safety,” he added. Meanwhile, more than two dozen people gathered in the atrium of the Civic Centre Friday morning to conduct a brief ceremony and hold a moment of silence in observance of the Day of Mourning for workers killed or injured in workplace accidents. Denise Lidster, manager of occupational safety for the municipality, spoke of the origin of the day, which is officially observed on April 28. Although the day of mourning began in 1984, it didn’t become a national observance until 1990. It is now observed in more than 80 countries.
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Dianne Moore, one of William Somers’ grandchildren, watches as a Hydro One employee places a wreath below the commemorative plaque unveiled Friday outside the Kent Transformer Station on Maple Leaf Drive in Chatham. Somers died in 1918 when he was accidentally electrocuted at the site.
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started building.” It’s to the point now where her system is “98-100 per cent donor.” “The type of leukemia that Jocelyn had would have just returned otherwise,” Peter said. Jocelyn shared an emotional note recently via social media. “Thank you to everyone for
their positivity, love, prayers and well wishes during this time. I am beyond grateful,” she said. “There is no trace of residual disease. Where my disease was, myeloid, I am 100 per cent donor cells. Words cannot begin to describe how full my heart is with gratitude and love.” Peter said the family is ecstatic these days. “We’re so happy. This is very awesome news. It gives you a little bit of pause to say ‘thanks,’” he said. Support for Jocelyn, not just in Chatham, but also across the region, was touching, Peter said. “It’s powerful to have a lot of people from Southwestern Ontario care about it,” he said of Jocelyn’s cancer journey. “It was amazing. It gave us strength. This is a young lady that not too many people were aware of in Southwestern Ontario before. And then to have all those people support us and our family.” That included long lines at blood donor clinics and swab clinics here in Chatham-Kent as well Indie Folk Singer as in London. Peter said the family initially was a little concerned about heading to Buffalo for Jocelyn’s procedure. They shouldn’t have been. Doors “Once we understood open at what we were about to go through, we had 6pm a little apprehension show about leaving our counno cover! 7-10pm try to go to the United States to get treatment,
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Artistic outlets In a world that is increasingly more focused on technology and trades for future job markets, visual arts are almost always the first to go when cuts must be made. Our school boards, however, still make room for arts in the curriculum, even if it is considered an elective rather than a core course. Mind you, in this province, you only have to take geography and history once each in high school, because why would you need to know where you come from or how to get somewhere? Visual arts is not a fluff course for people who don’t want to do actual work. Ask any art student and they will tell you how their teacher challenges them to reach deep for inspiration and motivation, and how creating a piece of art can leave you exhausted both mentally and physically. Art has the ability to relax and soothe, yet at the same time, excite and challenge you. And our students need that kind of outlet in their life. When an emotion may be hard to articulate, drawing or painting or sculpting can be a way to get it out, and to heal. How many times has a picture or art piece made you pause and just “be” for a moment? Art is something we too infrequently value, but we really can’t do without. The visual arts teachers at our Chatham-Kent high schools really deserve a great deal of credit for collaborating on a Student Art Show that helps students dig deep and feel to create art pieces to share with the community. On May 2-9, take a few minutes to visit the show at the Downtown Chatham Centre, and appreciate the creativity and talent from our teens. Every minute they spend in creative contemplation as an outlet for their emotions is a minute not spent on drugs or other harmful behaviours. There is a reason therapists use art to help draw out their clients – because it works where words sometimes don’t, and it is soothing to the soul. It’s time to support creative pursuits for our students at home and at school. Hopefully the government is listening.
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Council, not councillors, direct staff Sir: I am responding to your April 25 opinion piece titled “Code needs revisiting.” Council has asked for more training on the Code of Conduct. Staff will work with the Integrity Commissioner to ensure that additional training is arranged for council members. After the training, council may direct administration to review and provide recommendations to council to amend the Code of Conduct as needed. I wish clarify some of the statements reported in your editorial. Council members have
the right to bring forward concerns of constituents; this right is in no way restricted by the Code of Conduct. This right includes raising concerns about the actions of our employees. The Code of Conduct guides how members of council exercise this right. I assure you that the CAO and by extension members of administration take direction as given by the elected officials. However, the CAO and staff cannot take direction from individual members of council. We take our direction from a majority
of council voting in a meeting of council. You comment that “a court of law sided with Brent DeNure over his building permit and damages…” is incorrect. The court gave an order that held the status quo on the dispute while the parties prepared materials for a full court hearing. The parties ultimately negotiated a final settlement before the court hearing. The court did not make any final decision. Regarding a complaint filed after the municipal election, it is established
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March for Wheels effort appreciated Sir: Congratulations to Mayor Caniff and the other municipal councillors and staff who went out of their way to deliver food to people isolated out in rural areas of our municipality recently! This is a very
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Student art featured at DCC By Mary Beth Corcoran email@example.com
Students across Chatham-Kent will be showcasing their artistic talents at a Student Art Show May 2-9 at the Downtown Cha-
tham Centre, near the escalator in the former Platinum store. Hosted for the third year at the DCC, the juried art show is a result of the collaboration of the visual arts teachers at high schools across the municipality
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Various pieces of student-created artwork that will be on display at the Downtown Chatham Centre.
who wanted to give their students a chance to show their work and get valuable feedback. Jenn McQuade, visual arts teacher at John McGregor Secondary School in Chatham, said she was very pleased her students are taking part in the show with multiple pieces using various techniques and mediums. Three of her Grade 12 art students, Samuel Pletsch, Alexis Desjardins and Nevaeh Fox each are entering multiple pieces in the show. “I like art because it lets me express what I’m feeling and show a deeper part of me and what affects me in my life,” Pletsch said. “It also helps me centre myself and concentrate because it’s very relaxing. I always want art in my life and would love it if it could be incorporated into what I do.” All of the pieces Pletsch does are memories of people or places and things that had an impact on his life. One piece he is showing is an acrylic painting of a favourite street in Paris, France, with Sacre Coeur church in the background. For Desjardins, who was working on a portrait using a stippling technique with a 0.1 mm ink pen, said art can be a “love/hate” relationship.
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“It’s a lot of dots. I started stip- you, and make what you want. pling in Mrs. McQuade’s class It’s your take on something and in Grade 9 or 10,” Desjardins you can put yourself into the said. “I’ve been working on this piece you’re doing.” Continued on page 8 piece since February, on and off. It is very time consuming.” The detail in the face Desjardins was working on Your Diamond Jeweller for 40 years was amazing and she said she tends to work better at Specializing in home, but has grown as an artist to be able to create in the classroom as well. She ...all Shapes & Sizes said the small dots allows her to include more detail in her work. One piece Fox was working on was a sports-themed acrylic that was on display . . . 10 - 14 - 18 KT Gold recently at the Festival of JEWELLERY Giving for their Wide World REPAIR of Sports theme. “Lowest Prices “I started art in Grade 9 Guaranteed!” and have been taking it all the way through, and this Call Lance Babcock year, I took it both semesters,” Fox noted. “I think art at 519-436-7229 in school is really important For Your Personal Appointment because it gives you some- Hours: Monday - Sunday • 8am-8pm thing, where you can be or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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JMSS Grade 12 art students are gearing up for the Student Art Show taking place May 2-9 at the Downtown Chatham Centre. Pictured from left, are Samuel Pletsch, Alexis Desjardins and Nevaeh Fox with some of the pieces entered in the show. The show is open to art students in Grades 9-12.
art show makes her feel like she is an artist. Desjardins and Pletsch agreed that art is an important outlet, both creative and emotional, for students. “It’s super important. Depending on the student, they’ll use art for different things, but certain students need it to calm down after a hard day at school, or to get something out and off of their chest; and others just really want to create something and see how far they can push themselves. So, no matter what, art is very important to student lifestyle and in general, it’s important for anyone. I feel like art is something
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everyone should do at least Pletsch said he likes being a once,” Pletsch said. part of the show because he The students used the Oblit- likes to know what people eration Room at JMSS last year, think of his artwork, compared a project where a to others. white room with “Depending on the The juror this furniture was year is Lee Highstudent, they’ll use art covered in differgate who is a ent sized colour for different things, but former Visual dots, as an exam- certain students need Art and Drama ple of how peo- it to calm down after a Teacher from ple with no artis- hard day at school, or Petrolia. tic talent found The public welto get something out the process of come to come and placing stickers and off of their chest.” see the art created very comforting - Student Samuel Pletsch by students startand relaxing. ing May 2 from 3 Desjardins said she would p.m. to 9 p.m. The show continplace stickers on one of the ues Friday, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Satchairs during every spare, and urday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday found it a soothing exercise. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to To be a part of a juried art Wednesday 3 p.m.-6 p.m. and show, the Grade 12 student Thursday, May 9, 3 p.m.-9 p.m. said she doesn’t focus so much The Awards Reception is May on what people think of her 9 at 7 p.m. at the DCC. art, but likes being McQuade wanted to thank the able to put her art management of the DCC for out there and give their generosity in hosting the people a chance to art show and making it possisee it. ble the past three years.
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Join the Wallaceburg and District Council for the Arts as it celebrates the life and music of one of Wallaceburg’s own, Ralph Murphy, who has had an extraordinary career in the music business since leaving the community in 1965 to follow his dreams. The event is being held on May 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jeanne Gordon Theatre in Wallaceburg. Murphy, who started his music career as a folksinger in and around Wallaceburg in the early 1960s, has received Special Achievement Awards by the Canadian Music Association and SOCAN over
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THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019
Rotary donates $20K to build fund The Chatham Voice
The Chatham Rotary Club presented the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation with a
cheque for $20,000 in support of its Butterfly Building Campaign recently. The Children’s Treatment Centre provides services to one-in-seven
children and youth in Chatham-Kent, and is expected to serve one in five by 2020. The CTC-CK’s Butterfly Building Campaign will
support building a larger, state-of-the-art facility that will better accommodate the growing caseload. “It is a great opportunity to be part of the expansion of the Children’s Treatment Centre. The Chatham Rotary Club has been working alongside the CTC for 70 years and we know that the $20,000 will go towards reducing wait times for the children of Chatham-Kent.” Jennifer Hill, President of the Chatham Rotary Club, said in a media release. The CTC-CK is the only organization in Chatham-Kent with
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From left, Mike Genge, CTC Foundation Executive Director; Tania Sharpe; Jennifer Hill, Chatham Rotary Club President; Amelia Morrison, CTC Service Manager; and Donna Litwin-Makey, CTC Executive Director, celebrate the donation of $20,000 from Chatham Rotary to the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent.
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“People come out and take part in everything. It’s a great blessing.” Loraine Young, a steward with Campbell AME, said June 1’s dinner is roast beef with all the trimmings, including dessert. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children under 12. Takeout will be available. Dinner runs from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Enter via the Prince Street entrance. For advanced tickets, contact Young at 519-352-0134, or call the church at 519-358-1219 and leave a
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THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019
Celebrating 60 years Bruce Corcoran/The Chatham Voice
Members of the Chatham LaSertoma and distinguished guests celebrated the group’s 60 years at an event Friday at Aristo’s. The group formed April 25, 1959. Since that time, its members have put in 150,000 service hours, provided 300 scholarships, averaging $750 each, and donated more than $500,000. From left, Janet Taylor, president of Chatham LaSertoma; Helen Williston, international director; Jessica Osborne, international LaSertoma of the year for 2009; Barb Rilett, 2008 international LaSertoma of the year; Tammy Craeymeersch, president elect of LaSertoma international; Nancy Morton, past international president; and Mary Williston, past international president. Chatham LaSertoma is also hosting the International LaSertoma conference in July.
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District School Board (LKDSB) education centre at 476 McNaughton Ave. E. in Chatham from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The seminar is being led by Dena Moitoso, a registered psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree in psychology and a specialization in traumatic bereavement.
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member of the local suicide prevention committee, said the group is partnering with the local Canadian Mental Health Association, Chatham-Kent Children’s Services, St. Clair College and the LKDSB to put on the event for free. As a mom who lost her son to suicide, McCormack understands the different challenges grieving loved ones face when trying to cope with the loss and the guilt. “Losing a child by any means, I don’t know how people cope, but when you lose a child to suicide, you always carry a huge guilt, like you should have been able to do something,” McCormack shared. “This education night is for anyone who has experienced suicide in his or her family or friend group. Everyone’s grief, they handle differently and it’s always there. You don’t get over it.”
She added the seminar is for people 18 years and up, and said the aim to increase awareness and have more open discussion about suicide and bereavement. Moitoso will also be facilitating a workshop for professionals on May 9 at Chatham-Kent Children’s Services in the cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the topic of suicide bereavement. Anyone interested in attending either free event is asked to register by e-mailing email@example.com or call 519-436-6100, ext. 2237. McCormack said anyone interested in just briefly checking out either event is welcome to stop in and see what it is all about. The Suicide Prevention Committee has been in the area for about 10 years and receives no government funding to operate. She said the group’s main goal is awareness and education.
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Mental health fundraiser vendor show May 11 The Chatham Voice
A grateful local couple are hosting the second annual Mental Health Vendor Show May 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the KBD Club on Byng Avenue in Chatham as part of the Stand Up For Change campaign. Jenn and Chad Bedford’s son benefitted from counselling and funding for extracurricular activities from Chatham-Kent Children’s Services (CKCS) mental health services, and they
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holding a vendor show last May, which was also Mental Health Awareness Month, and it went so well, they decided to do it
again this year. The event includes a raffle, silent auction, face painting and other activities for families. For
more information, check out the event Facebook page at https:// www.facebook.com/standupchatham/.
Municipal Act, 2001 c. 25 s. 379 (5) O. Reg. 181/03, s. 13, Form 8
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC AUCTION The MUNICIPALITY OF CHATHAM-KENT Take Notice that the land(s) described below will be offered for sale by public auction at 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon on the 22nd day of May, 2019 at the Council Chambers of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, 315 King Street West, Chatham, Ontario.
Description of Land(s)
Minimum Bid $
All lands are in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, the following are the geographic descriptions and municipal addresses. 1. Roll # 3650-420-007-13551 UNIT 1 LEVEL 1 KENT CONDO PL NO. 12 & ITS APPURTENANT INTEREST. DESC OF CONDO PROP IS LTS 6,7,8 PT LTS 1,2,3,4,5,9 PT BLK C & PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656), PL 610 & PT LT 4 CON 2 RTS (HARWICH) DESIGNATED AS PTS 1,2,3 24R5825 T/W A ROW OVER PT LT 9 & PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PTS 7,9,11 24R5825 SUBJ TO EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 AS IN 307057 S/T EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 AS IN 307066 S/T EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF UNION GAS LTD OVER LTS 6,7,8 PT LTS 1,2,3,4,5,9 PT BLK C PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 & PT LT 4 CON 2 R.T.S. (HARWICH) DESIGNATED AS PTS 1,2,3 24R5825 AS IN LT14859 AS SET OUT IN CONDO DECLARATION LT14894 & T/W EASEMENT AS IN LT14972 OVER PT LT 9 & PT ACCESS RD (CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PTS 7,9,11 24R5825 & S/T EASEMENT AS IN LT14973 IN FAVOUR OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT OF THE COMMON ELEMENTS KENT CONDO PL NO. 12 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 CHATHAM (CITY). Being 540 Park Ave E, Unit 1, Level 1. P.I.N. 00954-0001 (LT). Assessment: CT 337,500. 2. Roll # 3650-420-007-13553 UNIT 3 LEVEL 1 KENT CONDO PL NO. 12 & ITS APPURTENANT INTEREST. DESC OF CONDO PROP IS LTS 6,7,8 PT LTS 1,2,3,4,5,9 PT BLK C & PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656), PL 610 & PT LT 4 CON 2 RTS (HARWICH) DESIGNATED AS PTS 1,2,3 24R5825 T/W A ROW OVER PT LT 9 & PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PTS 7,9,11 24R5825 SUBJ TO EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 AS IN 307057 S/T EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 AS IN 307066 S/T EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF UNION GAS LTD OVER LTS 6,7,8 PT LTS 1,2,3,4,5,9 PT BLK C PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 & PT LT 4 CON 2 R.T.S. (HARWICH) DESIGNATED AS PTS 1,2,3 24R5825 AS IN LT14859 AS SET OUT IN CONDO DECLARATION LT14894 & T/W EASEMENT AS IN LT14972 OVER PT LT 9 & PT ACCESS RD (CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PTS 7,9,11 24R5825 & S/T EASEMENT AS IN LT14973 IN FAVOUR OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT OF THE COMMON ELEMENTS KENT CONDO PL NO. 12 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 CHATHAM (CITY). Being 540 Park Ave E, Unit 3, Level 1, (Chatham). P.I.N. 00954-0003 (LT). Assessment: CT 86,000. 3. Roll # 3650-420-007-13560 UNIT 2 LEVEL 2 KENT CONDO PL NO. 12 & ITS APPURTENANT INTEREST. DESC OF CONDO PROP IS LTS 6,7,8 PT LTS 1,2,3,4,5,9 PT BLK C & PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656), PL 610 & PT LT 4 CON 2 RTS (HARWICH) DESIGNATED AS PTS 1,2,3 24R5825 T/W A ROW OVER PT LT 9 & PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PTS 7,9,11 24R5825 SUBJ TO EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 AS IN 307057 S/T EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 AS IN 307066 S/T EASEMENT IN FAVOUR OF UNION GAS LTD OVER LTS 6,7,8 PT LTS 1,2,3,4,5,9 PT BLK C PT ACCESS RD (AS CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 & PT LT 4 CON 2 R.T.S. (HARWICH) DESIGNATED AS PTS 1,2,3 24R5825 AS IN LT14859 SET OUT IN CONDO DECLARATION LT14894 & T/W EASEMENT AS IN LT14972 OVER PT LT 9 & PT ACCESS RD (CLOSED BY 256656) PL 610 DESIGNATED AS PTS 7,9,11 24R5825 & S/T EASEMENT AS IN LT14973 IN FAVOUR OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CHATHAM OVER PT OF THE COMMON ELEMENTS KENT CONDO PL NO. 12 DESIGNATED AS PT 2 24R5825 CHATHAM (CITY). Being 540 Park Ave E, Unit 2, Level 2 (Chatham). P.I.N. 00954-0010 (LT). Assessment: CT 94,000. 4. Roll # 3650-443-008-01000 PT LT 2 CON 18 CHATHAM PT 2 24R2894 & PT 2 24R6495, T/W 373716; CHATHAM-KENT. 6970 Base Line, (Wallaceburg). Existing Provincial Officer’s Order 0723-835KJ4, Order 3202-7M2MBM, Order 8327-7PTRL6, Order 7876-7PVSHY pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act. Interested purchasers contact Municipality of Chatham-Kent Collections department for further details. P.I.N. 00760 0131 (LT). Assessment: IX 127,500
All amounts payable by the successful purchaser shall be payable in full at the time of the sale by money order or by a bank draft or cheque certified by a bank, trust corporation or by cash. Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the land to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers. The lands do not include the mobile homes situate on the lands. This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount bid plus accumulated taxes and the relevant land transfer tax. The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the successful purchaser. For further information regarding this sale contact: Title
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Address of Municipality or Board 315 King Street West, P O Box 640, Chatham, Ontario, N7M 5K8
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• Mother Goose at the Chatham branch of the CKPL. 10:00am10:30am every Wednesday until May 29. Songs, rhymes and stories for children 0-24 months and their caregivers. Drop in, please bring a blanket.
Jake Kielstra 91, Tuesday, April 23, 2019 Denning’s
Grace Stirling 94, Thursday, April 25, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Jacob Froese 83, Tuesday, April 23, 2019 Denning’s
Barry Simpson 72, Friday, April 26, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Martina DeKievit Saturday, April 20, 2019 Life Transitions
Reginald (Reg) Jr. Daniels 56, Monday, April 22, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Ida May Hill 101, Wednesday, April 24, 2019 Life Transitions
Henry E. Meurkes 89, Wednesday, April 24, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Rick White 67, Tuesday, April 23, 2019 Life Transitions
Elsie Aitken 93, Wednesday, April 24, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Joanne Charity 75, Sunday, April 14, 2019 Life Transitions
Michael Calyn 85, Thursday, April 25, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Angie Fletcher 48, Sunday, April 28, 2019 Life Transitions
Charles Peter Tomecek 82, Thursday, April 25, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Mr. William Morris Blackwell Tuesday, April 16, 2019 Alexander & Houle Funeral Home
Clairanne Harrison 86, Thursday, April 25, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Mr. Emil Arndt 91, Wednesday April 17, 2019 Alexander & Houle Funeral Home
Margaret Tewkesbury 95, Friday, April 26, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Mr. Andrew Nolan 53, Thursday, April 25, 2019 Alexander & Houle Funeral Home
• The Kent Branch of The Ontario Genealogical Society invites you to c ome out to our presentation “Knocking Down the Brick Wall with Newspapers and Family Tidbits”. Held at McKinlay Funeral Home Reception Centre at 7:00pm. Parking is available in the St. Clair Plaza at 463 St. Clair St., Chatham. Open and free to the public or watch the recording via our You Tube channel. Saturday, May 11, 2019 • Mother’s Day Luncheon hosted by Chatham St. Andrew’s U.C.W. 11:45am-1:30pm (one sitting) in Fellowship Hall. Advanced sale only tickets are $15.00. Contact Linda Rieger at 519-354-5805 or Church office at 519-352-0010. • Saturdays at 7 at St. Andrew’s United Church, Chatham presents “Ring Them Bells”. Two professional handbell ensembles from Southwestern Ontario - Bell’s Ablaze and Bellissima Ringers. Free Will offering (suggested $10/adult) Doors open at 6:30pm. All are welcome! www.standrewschatham.org.
Antique Show and Sale; 11:00am-4:00pm at Good Shepherd Catholic School, 4 Edith St, Thamesville Adm $5. Presented by the Thamesville Sertoma Club. For info contact Ron Vanrabaeys 519-692-4844 or Ernie and Deanna Natais 226-249-0188
• Mecca Chapter #58, Order of the Eastern Star will be celebrating its 100th Anniversary. Wilson Hall, University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus, 120 Main St. E., Ridgetown. Social at 11:30am, dinner at 12:30pm.
• Pepper (1:00pm) and fun darts (7:30pm) at the Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Everyone Welcome.
Norma Lynch 92, Thursday, April 25, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Jeff Wass 60, Monday, April 22, 2019 Hinnegan-Peseski Funeral Home
• Purses with a Purpose. 2:00pm-4:00pm. Raffle & refreshments hosted by Zonta Club of Chatham Kent and the Chatham Kent Public Library. $30 tickets available at Chatham branch of CKPL, Rubies Gifts and online through Eventbrite.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 • Mother’s Day treats table in the hallway at the Active Lifestyle Centre, 20 Merritt Ave., Chatham. 9:00am1:00pm. Homemade jams, baked goods and gifts will be available. Come early!
Caroline Willick 90, Saturday, April 27, 2019 Blenheim Community Funeral Home
Norman George “Norm” Elsley 75, Saturday, April 20, 2019 Denning’s
• St. Patrick’s CWL, Merlin Springtime Soup, Sandwich & Something Sweet at the Merlin Community Hall, 150 Aberdeen St. from 10:30am - 1:00pm. $8/person; ages 6-10 $4; 5 & under free.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 • Open euchre (1:00pm) at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham
Dorothy Josephine Schram 87, Thursday, April 25, 2019 Hinnegan-Peseski Funeral Home
Friday, May 10, 2019 • Free Movie Night at the Wallaceburg District Museum, 505 King St., Wallaceburg. 1964 Mary Poppins. Jeanne Gordon Hall. 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:30pm. All welcome. Donations welcome. Snacks available.
• Open Euchre (1:00pm) at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Everyone Welcome.
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• Spring Fashion Show & Dinner hosted by the Catherine McVean IODE, Dresden. Cost $25.00. Ken Houston Memorial Arena, Dresden. Cocktails 5:45pm and dinner 6:30pm. Fashions by Goldcoast Fashions, Wallaceburg, Beyond Gifts and Décor, Expressionz, Dresden and Parks Blueberries. Tickets available at McKellar’s Flowers, Lynda Weese (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kris Kearney Richards (email@example.com).
• Meat draw (4:00pm-6:00pm) and dance (4:30pm-9:30pm) featuring Flashback. at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Everyone Welcome.
Monday, May 6, 2019 • The Chatham-Kent Film Group is presenting the film “Wild Rose” at Galaxy Cineplex Theatres. Shows will be at 4:00pm and 7:00pm. $10 cash at the door. 519-3598455.
PART TIME BARTENDER / KITCHEN CASHIER needed immediately. Minimum wages. Some nights and weekends. Bartender and cash register experience required. Phone 519-352-4923 for more info.
Pat Moerman 72, Sunday, April 28, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
• The Chatham Horticulture Society will be meeting at the U.C.C. (Pines) Library at 7:00pm. Rick and Ed Burrows will share their expertise and knowledge about the planting and storage of caladium bulbs and other gardening secrets and successes. All are welcome to attend!
Sunday, May 5, 2019 • Join us at Praise Fellowship Church, 165 Park Ave. E., for an exciting evening service at 7:00pm. All are welcome fro this free evening. Please bring a friend. www. mypfchurch.com.
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Diana Lee Turato 74, Wednesday, April 24, 2019 Hinnegan-Peseski Funeral Home
Antique Show and Sale; 10:00am - 4:00pm at Good Shepherd Catholic School, 4 Edith St, Thamesville. Adm $5. Presented by the Thamesville Sertoma Club. For info contact Ron Vanrabaeys 519-692-4844 or Ernie and Deanna Natais 226-249-0188
• The ALc at 20 Merritt Ave. is hosting a huge Yard and Craft Sale from 8:00am-1:00pm. Event includes a large number of outside vendors along with the ALC yard sale tables, BBQ and book sale. Something for everyone
Shawn Joanne Leach 72, Friday, April 19, 2019 Hinnegan-Peseski Funeral Home
• Open euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Everyone Welcome.
• Saturday Morning Breakfast at First Presbyterian Church, Chatham (corner of Fifth St and Wellington). A delicious nutritious breakfast served free of charge every Saturday morning from 9:30am-11:00am. Everyone is most welcome.
Thursday, May 9, 2019 • Mother’s Day Luncheon at the Active Lifestyle Centre, 20 Merritt Ave., Chatham. Choose from Créme Brulle French Toast or Quiche with salad and dessert for $12/ person. Treat your mom! Call 519-352-5633 for your reservation. Limited seating, everyone welcome.
• ACW Indoor Yard Sale. 9:00am-11:30am. Holy Trinity / St. Paul’s Anglican Church. Selkirk & Victoria, Chatham.
• Greek Souvlaki Supper hosted by Community of Christ in Chatham. 5:00pm-7:00pm. Come out and enjoy a savoury pork souvlaki meal complete with Greek salad and dessert! $12/adults. $6/children under 10. 174 Faubert Dr., Chatham. Dorothy 519-351-4245 or Sue 519-351-7603 for tickets!
THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019
FREE TUTORING - Every Tuesday night from 5:30pm-7:30pm at First Reformed Church. For info call Betty at 519-354-8902. CK Metal Detecting Club. Last Thursday of the month. Erickson Arena. 7:00pm. Guests welcome. Kent Coin Club. Third Wednesday of the month. Library at John McGregor Secondary School. 7:30pm. Al Oulds president - 519-695-5131. May 1 - June 22 - Calling All Artists The Wallaceburg and District Museum is seeking art submissions for our 7th Annual Juried Art Show. $15/entry. Max of 2 entries/person. Must be delivered by June 22 with full payment. Show dates are June 28th - August 30th. Cash prizes - all mediums and ages are welcome. Submit your coming events to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Russell Leon Brown 80, Saturday, April 27, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
Marjorie Marie Deseure 81, Friday, April 26, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home Shanti Oulds 63, Sunday, April28, 2019 McKinlay Funeral Home
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THE CHATHAM VOICE
THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019
CLASSIFIEDS Coming Events
Dresden Community Church Presents: A “Girl’s Night Out”
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HUGE YARD SALE 1549 Gordon St. Wallaceburg. Saturday, May 4. 8am-2pm. Many new items, garden tools, household items, medical equipment, porch lift, hospital bed, wheelchairs (2 motorized), mechanical lift, shower commode chair, medical supplies and much more.
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ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE Saturday, May 4, 2019 10:00am - 4:00pm Sunday, May 5, 2019 11:00am-4:00pm Good Shepherd Catholic School 4 Edith Street, Thamesville
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Notice LEGAL NOTICE DEBORAH LOWES VERHEY LAW FIRM 103 KING STREET WEST, PO BOX 533 CHATHAM, ON, N7M 5K6 is closing permanently May 31, 2019, as Deb is retiring LINDSAY A. ANDERSON, B.A., LL.B OF THE ANDERSON LAW GROUP 405 RIVERVIEW DRIVE, SUITE 102 CHATHAM, ON, N7M 0N3 PHONE: 519-397-2889, FAX 519-397-3935 has consented to take carriage of the following documents from Deb’s law office: POWERS OF ATTORNEY, SEPARATION AGREEMENTS, COHABITATION AND MARRIAGE AGREEMENTS, WILLS The above noted documents can be picked up at Ms. Anderson’s office, should any client not wish them to be stored with the ANDERSON LAW GROUP. Otherwise the documents will be kept safe at Ms. Anderson’s office until required by the client. Any Wills and Powers of Attorney prepared by JOANNE SCHATZ LAW OFFICE, prior to 2012, are also included. BETTY ROLLASON, Deb’s long time law clerk, is also moving to the ANDERSON LAW GROUP. GENERAL LAW FILES dated from 2012 through 2019 that are not retrieved from the 103 King Street West office by June 15, 2019 will be placed in storage, at which time they can be accessed BY APPOINTMENT ONLY by calling 519-809-1158
THE CHATHAM VOICE
THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019
Anthony Yi to run for Greens in LKM The Chatham Voice
The Lambton Kent Middlesex Federal Green Party Association announced Anthony Li will be the candidate for the 2019 Federal Election. Li is currently studying Medical Sciences and Economics at Western
University. He was the Green Party of Ontario candidate in the Ontario election in 2018 in LKM. The candidate has experience with several boards and advisory councils, including Leads Employment Services, Plan International Canada Youth Advisory Coun-
cil and the Western University Student’s Council Board of Directors. “I believe that my energy and passion will help immensely in serving the people of Lambton-Kent-Middlesex”, said Li in a media release. “Canadians want change. Canadians want respect.
Canadians want transparency. Canadians want an accountable government.” He said that the Green Party is committed to the goals of a sustainable economy with local jobs, strong community supported by local systems, and good government,
including the need for proportional representation to give local representation. The new federal candidate was acclaimed by the membership of the local riding association. The Green Party of Canada has seen its polling numbers increase this
year, building on recent provincial success in the election of several MPPs and MLAs in Ontario, BC, New Brunswick and PEI. The Green Party is now the official provincial opposition in PEI, with 10 seats there.
Let’s stop sexual harassment and violence 2
WHAT IS SEXUAL VIOLENCE? Sexual Violence is any sexual act or attempt to obtain a sexual act by violence or force. This includes: • unwanted sexual comments or advances • selling or attempting to sell someone for sex • acts of violence directed against an individual because of their sexuality, regardless of the relationship to the victim. FACTS ABOUT SEXUAL VIOLENCE? • Rape is about power and control, not sex • There are no grey areas, it’s never okay • Clothes are not a risk factor. What someone is wearing is never an indication of anything other than their fashion choice. • Uninvited touching and/or comments are never acceptable • Comments directed against a person’s sexuality can be a form of sexual harassment and violence and can have a negative impact on self-esteem and well-being. This is against the law. • Just because someone buys you dinner or a drink, doesn’t mean you owe them sex in return.
20 Sandy St., Chatham 519-354-6360 • 1-800-265-0598 Improving the status of women through service and advocacy
1 in 3
women are affected by sexual violence
1 in 6
men are affected by sexual violence
FACTS ABOUT CONSENT When it comes to sexual assault, consent is defined as the voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity. In other words, you must actively and willingly give consent to sexual activity. Any type of sexual activity without consent is sexual assault. Consent: • should never be assumed or implied • is not silence or the absence of “no” • cannot be given if you are impaired by alcohol or drugs, or unconscious • can never be obtained through threats or coercion • can be withdrawn at any time • cannot be given if the perpetrator abuses a position of trust, power or authority • cannot be given by anyone other than the person participating in the sexual activity (e.g. your parent, brother or sister, girlfriend or boyfriend, spouse, friend, etc. cannot consent for you or on your behalf). MYTH ABOUT SEXUAL ASSAULT Myth: Sexual assault is most likely to happen outside in dark, dangerous places. Fact: The majority of sexual assaults happen in private spaces like a residence or private home.
Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre Promoting Respect and Equality Instagram / Facebook Search: @CKSACC
For help or information about sexual assault / harassment / abuse 24 Hour Crisis Line: 519-354-8688
Thamesville • 519-692-4232 Rodent Management sgspestmanagement.ca
CHATHAM-KENT SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS CENTRE UPCOMING 2019 EVENTS MAY 2 - Community Display @ Chatham-Kent Health Alliance - in partnership with the CKHA - Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Treatment Centre (11am-2pm) MAY 3 - WEAR PURPLE - Campaign to end victim-blaming #NOONEASKSFORIT MAY 15 - Community Display in front of Wayne’s Pizza 183 Chatham St. S., Blenheim (10:30am-12:00pm) MAY 22 - Community Display in front of Pie Zano’s Pizza 10 Grand Ave. W., Chatham (11:00am-1:00pm) MAY 24 - SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS YOUTH NIGHT - in partnership with Blenheim Youth Centre Youth Action Team at the Chatham Cultural Centre - Studio One(6:00pm-9:00pm) Spoken Word Keynote & Workshop by Holly Painter. MAY 30 - DROP-IN LUNCH HOUR YOGA Downtown Chatham Centre, main floor next to Ardene Don’t forget your water bottle, yoga mat and comfortable clothes! (12:15pm-1:15pm) Come & Go as you please. CALL 519-354-8908 FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING THESE MAY EVENTS!
Please call CKSACC: Business Line: 519-354-8908
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HOW YOU CAN INTERVENE Even as a bystander you can help stop sexual violence and harassment. Speak up and: • come to a victim’s defense if you witness sexual harassment and offer support • call the police if you witness sexual assault • tell the police if you see anyone adding something suspicious to another person’s drink • check in with your friends and any vulnerable individuals to see that they get home safely • say “no” if anyone tries to share private texts or snapchats they’ve received • refuse to join degrading conversations that keep sexism and sexual violence alive (and voice your disapproval)
May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month We Believe Survivors! CKSACC is funded by the Province of Ontario Views expressed here are not necessarily the views of the Ontario Government.
When challenges in life arise, we invite you to contact us. We can help! We work with individuals, couples and families offering clinical counselling and group therapy as part of our programming.
50 Adelaide Street South Chatham, ON, N7M 6K7 Phone: 519.354.6221 • Toll Free: 1.855.4FSKENT familyservicekent.com
The May 2, 2019 edition of The Chatham Voice, an independent community newspaper serving Chatham, Ont. since 2013.