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The Egypt Community Hall will be swiftly rebuilt and, if everything goes as planned, it will rise from the ashes by Christmas or just shortly after, the town said yesterday. The community was devastated July 26 after a lightning bolt hit the roof of the 24-year-old public gathering place during a fierce overnight storm, leaving nothing but charred rubble.

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New plans to build the centre will be provided tomorrow to three contractors, who will then submit bids to rebuild the Egypt hall, the town said. Contractors have until Aug. 27 to provide a price to reconstruct the iconic community centre with changes requested to the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning units and for additional storage facilities on the site. By the first week in September, the town is expected to award a contract to the winning builder and

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Egypt Church of the Nazarene homecoming weekend Sunday included a car show. Edward Cole sits in his Monte Carlo racing car as Harley Beardmore holds the checkered racing flag. For more photographs on the event, go to page 17.


What cost of Olympic dream? BY CHRIS TRABER

Consider the $14.5-billion price tag to stage the 2012 London Olympics and the cost of competing in them is a bargain. So you’d think.

The Olympic dream can be a financial nightmare. Being an Olympian doesn’t come cheap. Aside from the years of training, coaching, travel, lost income and personal sacrifice, there’s also the steady expense of

equipment. Sure, you can go for diving and swimming glory for the price of $365 aqua-dynamic Speedo Fastskin3 trunks and $100 mirrored goggles or you can dole See page 7.


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ENTERTAINMENT: Stephen King remake shoots scene in Newmarket

Chloë Grace Moretz plays the main character in the remake of Carrie. A scene of the movie was filmed Tuesday at Main Street on Davis Drive in Newmarket. Here, in one scene, ‘Carrie’ looks at a dress and imagines herself in it.

Storefront transformed for movie By Teresa Latchford

Newmarket is going Hollywood. Residents may have noticed something a little different on Main Street Tuesday morning as the flags lining the street were removed and Running Free’s storefront was transformed for a movie shoot. White Commission Ltd. is filming a remake of the horror classic

Carrie outside at the local business, which has been converted into a dress and fabric shop, where the protagonist, played by Chloe Moretz, will stop to peek in the window, enter the store and exit with a bag of fabric to make her prom dress. More filming will be done along the street as Carrie runs into friends from school. There are no full road closures during the shoot, but will be delays

of five to 10 minutes, which will be handled by York Regional Police, Newmarket economic development officer Chris Kallio said. Filming began at 7 a.m. and wrapped up around 9 p.m. The movie, which is set for release in March, is a remake of the 1970s film telling the tale of a sheltered high school girl who uses her newly developed telekinetic powers to take bloody revenge at classmates who have harassed her.


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MPP questions OSPCA task force By Teresa Latchford

Newmarket-Aurora MPP Frank Klees said he is asking questions but getting few answers when it comes to the government’s animal welfare task force. In June 2011, the Community and Correctional Services Ministry announced it would strike an animal welfare task force to fulfil one of the recommendations made in the Meek-LeSage review. The review was prompted by a ringworm outbreak at the regional branch of the Ontario SPCA in Stouffville in May 2010, which resulted in 57 animals being euthanized. The task force’s main goal is to recommend policy changes in the interest of animal welfare. One of the areas it was directed to explore is if

the province should oversee the agency’s operations while separating its shelter services from its investigation and enforcement services. It has been more than a year since the creation of the task force was announced and Mr. Klees said he hasn’t received many answers to questions he has posed to the ministry, including how often the group is meeting, what progress is being made and when a report with recommendations can be expected. “I hope we aren’t paying these people to do nothing,” he said. “I don’t know why the ministry is being secretive. It makes me wonder if they are making any progress or even meeting at all.” Oak Ridges-Markham MPP Helena Jaczek confirmed the task force was cre-

ated immediately after the release of the report last year and insists the group, comprising representatives from provincial ministries, the animal welfare sector, municipalities and veterinarians, meets on a regular basis. She said she could not comment on precisely how often but added it is working on addressing the report’s recommendations. “Sometimes we can be very anxious to get our hands on reports and deal with an issue, but it takes time and there a lot of people involved who are trying to do a thorough job,” she said. A lack of details surrounding the work being done by the task force is nothing but a red flag, Mr. Klees said, adding he intends to ask for more details at the next sitting of the legislature.


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The Egypt hall burned to the ground July 26 after it was struck by lightning.

construction will begin in the fall with a completion date set for Christmas or New Years as long as no major problems are encountered, according to information provided by the town. “The town is working very hard to ensure that this valuable resource is returned to the community which held it so closely,” Mayor Robert Grossi said yesterday. If everything goes as planned, the public can once again enjoy the facility by late December. Final landscaping work is to be completed by the early spring. The hall was originally built in 1988 and 1989 by 44 families who volunteered their time and efforts on evenings and weekends.


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Great day for a picnic in Pefferlaw • Photography by John Slykhuis •

Ryan Piotrowski, 10, of Keswick, (top left) munches enthusiastically during the watermelon-eating contest at the Pefferlaw Assocation of Ratepayers’ annual Pefferlaw Family Picnic, Simcoe Day. Ryan slurped his way to third. Billie Kraygsveld, 6, of Keswick, (top right) tries her hand at rock painting while picnickers enjoyed a tethered ReMax hot air balloon ride. Fred Heyduk (bottom) of Wasaga Beach enjoyed the car show with his canine buddy, Trump, a golden retriever. Fred drove to the event in his 1970 Pontiac LeMans 400. Kayla Ayotte, 9, of Pefferlaw (left) tries to grab as much flying Canadian Tire money she can. She got to keep any she could hang on to.

Eat fresh, enjoy new beach theatre, After the Storm By Mary Davidson


ant the opportunity to sample lots of delicious food from local farmers? Corn, fresh fruit, salads, woodstove pizza, crepes, organic hotdogs and hamburgers are only some of the delicious locally produced menu items FARM-Georgina, the food co-ordinator, has in mind for the 2012 SPLASH Floating Water Festival next weekend. “You’d be amazed how lettuce tastes that’s organically grown and fresh from the garden,” said John Auger, who volunteers with FARMGeorgina. “It tastes so fresh and so clean.” The process of organic farming lends itself perfectly to the SPLASH Festival because it excludes the use of herbicides, hormones, pesticides and other additives. This benefits the water table, as fewer chemicals are washed into Lake Simcoe during heavy rainfalls. “The SPLASH Festival is all about raising awareness,” explained John Auger. “FARM-Georgina is trying to do the same thing. We’re offering a healthier alternative, just like SPLASH is trying to provide healthy

alternatives for our water system.” Since 2010, FARM-Georgina (short for Farm and Retail Market), has organized many initiatives to promote local farmers and organic produce. Their main enterprise continues to be a local farmer’s market, which will run every Sunday morning at the Georgina Ice Palace this summer. In June, they are hoping to begin a food network to distribute local organic produce to local restaurants. In addition, FARM-Georgina is circulating a new magazine called Community Market, sharing news on FARM-Georgina’s initiatives, interviews with local farmers, recipes and other issues. •••

Creating Sonic SPLASH By Riley Griffith


istorically, music has been an art form that transcends age groups, colours and creeds as a unifying force of expression, awareness and celebration. So it goes without saying that a festival celebrating our abundance


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4SPLASH Floating Water Festival Aug. 17 and Aug. 18 at De La Salle Park, Jackson’s Point. of water would have performing live music acts playing in support. At last year’s festival, music inspired by water filled the atmosphere. Performances ranged from Latin and Merengue grooves performed by Latinada, to George Fredrick Handel’s Water Music conducted by renowned conductor and composer Steeve Chwojko. One of the musical highlights last year was the unveiling of the hydraulophone in our community. The hydraulophone uses moving pressurized fluid (water) to create

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a “soul-tingling” tone that transformed Lake Simcoe into the world’s largest musical instrument. Steve Mann, a tenured professor at the University of Toronto performed with his invention accompanied by Georgina Jazz artist Soroja and composer and performer Ryan Jenzen. This year, the park will, once again, be filled with music. And next Friday at sunset, the sky, the earth and the water will

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ENVIRONMENT: Countdown to SPLASH Floating Water Festival, highlighting two big events

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rom time to time, every town needs a splash of cold water to wake everybody up. I am hoping Georgina’s wake up will come next weekend with visitors and residents alike talking about what a great place this is. As chairperson of the group working on the idea of a Water Centre for Innovation, Research and Learning on Lake Simcoe that aspires to be internationally recognized, I am often asked “Why here?” One good reason is our urban/rural landscape laced with rivers and forests around a historic lake gives us unique potential to be a living laboratory with all the social, economic and environmental benefits that could bring. But the real reason the water centre idea will succeed here is the ever-increasing number of people who believe Georgina has amazing potential as a hub. The Chippewa Nation of Georgina Island that sees people and nature as one also gives us great perspective for pulling together to create a better tomorrow. You may have been following the weekly stories by Keswick High students in this paper about the water centre and SPLASH Festival. Their work in itself is a demonstration of the emerging talent we have and the shared belief in a better future. The SPLASH Floating Water Festival (Aug. 17 and Aug. 18 in Jackson’s Point) is fast becoming a magnet for people who want to be part of the momentum. Last year on a summer day, SPLASH took its first steps toward the water centre idea. This year, there will be two days of world-class experiences – created by amazing local people. For instance, the Fantastic Forest Experience Friday afternoon in the Metro Road forest. Landscape architect Mark Setter is designing an event that will immerse participants in an world of mythology, music, art, sensory activities, talking trees, mysteries and a new phenom — Japanese forest bathing. You will never think of forests the same

Annabel Slaight way again. Later that evening, creative director Doug Pettigrew will help you experience a dazzling lake sunset as never before. One hundred dancers, acrobats, aerial performers and singers on, in and over the water will tell the story of Lake Simcoe, including a happy tomorrow. You will be talking all year long about the premiere, After the Storm … is when the birds sing. Not to be left in the dust, the Business Improvement Association of Jackson’s Point is stepping up to prove its stuff with a celebration of the past and future of Ontario’s First Cottage Country. Shopkeepers and artisans will take to the streets and food, entertainment and live music will let everyone Jump, Jive and Splash in Jackson’s Point. On Saturday at De La Salle Park, once again the lake will be the shining star. New this year is Blue Green Village that’s being created with innovative people who are the nucleus of an emerging business sector here in Georgina … connecting your health and wellness with the power of water. Innovation takes the stage throughout the whole park as it becomes a place to kick back, love the lake, listen to music, eat local foods from Farm Georgina, swim, play and learn. It should be fun being one with water and also being a part of our future at SPLASH. Hope to see you there. Invite some friends and show off Georgina. Annabel Slaight is chairperson of a Water Centre for Innovation, Research and Learning on Lake Simcoe, author and co-founder of Ladies of the Lake environmental group.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR coe if we keep destroying our wetlands. A few years ago, we fought to keep this land from a develRe: Keswick pedestrian oper and now we must keep it bridge plan worth exploring, from a bridge and pedestrian editorial, June 28. traffic for the protection of The piece of property Lake Simcoe and our ecology. where the bridge will be rootShirley Lowes ed is called open space but it Keswick is actually a wetland. To build a path on it will destroy it. The storm run-off from the suburb, which runs south from Riverglen Drive, empties into this watershed. Re: Bring positive thinking The wetland filters the to organ donor search, editowater before it enters the river, rial, Aug. 2. helping to contain the proWhat’s with the push to duction of algae. shame, cajole and threaten If we destroy the wetland, people into “registering” as an we will have a bigger produc- organ donor? tion of algae than we already There are other ways to have. make one’s wishes known The Lake Simcoe Region that don’t require adding one’s Conservation Authority is try- name to a digital database. ing to clean up the river and Signing donor cards, this project will be counter- instructions in living wills, productive. discussion with relevant famA few weeks ago, CBC aired ily members are other ways to a program hosted by David ensure that wishes are carried Suzuki on lakes in Winnipeg. out. There, the algae bloom is as Just because some don’t much as 10 inches thick. This want to be “registered” organ could be the fate of Lake Sim- donors doesn’t mean they’ve

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not made arrangements to be donors. The options listed at the end of the editorial are absolutely abhorrent to me: forcing an opt-out system (automatic registration) and the threat that eligibility for organ receipt is available only if one is a “registered” donor. Are we moving just another step closer to being “chipped” so that all of our information is accessible by the powers that be?

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Thanks for paying it forward I would like to thank a very special person in the vehicle in front of me in the Tim Hortons drive-through on Woodbine Avenue in Keswick July 23. That special person was kind enough to pay for my breakfast. What a wonderful surprise. I wish I knew who you were.

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out hundreds of thousands and more to compete in equestrian dressage and jumping. The price of competing for Olympic gold, silver and bronze is high. Although the coveted medals themselves are surprisingly inexpensive, the costs associated with earning the prize can be, well, Olympian. Deep pockets help when it comes to cycling, be it road racing, time trials or on the oval track. Newmarket BikeSports owner Tom Zieniski recently sold a new Specialized brand McLaren road bike for $19,000. And that’s just the start for a serious racer. Electronic geared carbon-framed bikes have a base sticker price in the $10,000 range, he said. Custom wheel sets go as high as $5,500. Helmets are $400 and shoes and pedals are $450 each. Canada’s Ryder Hesjedal competed aboard a Toronto-made Cervélo P5 valued in the $15,000 range. Archery, surprisingly, is a big ticket sport, Aurora archery historian and bow maker Bill Frey said. A competition bow starts at $1,200 and each arrow runs around $10. “Add all kinds of sighting and stabilizing systems and you can make it as expensive as you want,” he said. A Forbes study on the cost of

becoming an Olympian said the annual expense for an archer is $25,000 for equipment, travel to competitions, coaching at $100 per hour and range time at $9 an hour. The survey estimates a table tennis competitor lays out $20,000plus, annually. Top flight players train for a dozen years with coaches and “sparring partners” costing more than $10,000 per year. And a top quality paddle runs $300. Ditto for fencing at $20,000 per year and gymnastics at $15,000. Perhaps the priciest sport is Olympic equestrian dressage and show jumping. The Canadian team, comprising four pairs of horse and rider combinations, is led by 65-year-old Ian Millar, appearing in his 10th Olympic Games. Internet site horsejunkiesunited. com reported the costs begin with good, strong horse stock, anywhere from $60,000 to $500,000. Training, groomers, registration, stabling, veterinarians and a farrier, costs in the range of $5,000 per month. Health certificates, fuel and maintenance for the $100,000 rig one needs to get from competition to competition simply add to the bill, which also includes $500 entry fees per horse. Boots, bridles and saddles, usually custom made, are in the neigh-

bourhood of $5,000. Just to transport a Canadian horse to London for the 2012 games costs $10,000. The traditional dress jacket riders wear are tailored at $850 each. Training to be an Olympian and the income most relinquish are major expenses. Equipment expenses add up, based on your sport. What of the medallions thousands spend billions to acquire? Priceless to the recipients, each medal weighs 14.1 oz. The gold medal is made up of 92.5 per cent silver and 1.34 per cent gold, with the remainder copper. The silver medal is made up of 92.5 per cent silver, with the remainder copper. The bronze medal is made up of 97 per cent copper, 2.5 per cent zinc and 0.5 per cent tin. The value of the materials in the gold medal is about $644, the silver approximately $330, and the bronze a paltry $4.71 on the current metals market.


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Moraine group launches website with mapping tools for landowners By L.H. Tiffany Hsieh

The Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation launched a new website with mapping tools for moraine landowners. The Caring for the Moraine program website was created to help bridge the gap left earlier this year when the provincial government rejected the foundation’s pleas for $11 million over four years to keep the doors open. “We spent the last couple of years asking for more funding, but

it wasn’t successful,” foundation program manager Lisa Turnbull said. While the new website isn’t intended to generate more funding, she said the foundation is turning to online media to keep in touch with moraine landowners and offer them technical advice and access to various resources, including financial assistance to undertake projects on their properties that help protect and restore the moraine. The foundation continues to

4You can view the website at seek financial resources to restore the Caring for the Moraine program to its original glory, Ms Turnbull said. Until then, the new website will help keep the moraine community connected. The foundation started in 2002 with provincial funding of $15 million.

That money is only good until the end of the year and the foundation needs $1.6 million to get through to 2015, when the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan will be reviewed, Ms Turnbull said. Without new sources of funding, the non-profit organization, mandated to preserve and enhance the Oak Ridges Moraine, will have to fold this year, Ms Turnbull said. Since opening its doors, the foundation has granted $14.1 million to 177 projects and leveraged an additional $35.8 million, mean-

ing the original $15 million grew into $50 million worth of projects, Ms Turnbull said. Between 2005 and 2009, the Caring for the Moraine program planted more than 430,000 trees over an area of 289 hectares, restored 310 hectares of prairie and almost 17,890 metres of streams, created 22.15 hectares of wetland and enhanced an additional two hectares. — with files from David Fleischer

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ENVIRONMENT: Caring for Moraine program helps bridge gap from lost funding

Midway opens at 11; truck, tractor pull at 6 p.m. start of the baby show and Zoo to You at 9 a.m. at the arena. Your kids have been waiting for this and, finally, the World’s Finest Shows Kiddies Land opens at 10 a.m. with Circus Jonathan at 4 p.m. at the fairgrounds. For more events, go to



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barbecue at the pavilion at 5 p.m. and settle in to watch the truck and tractor pull at 6 p.m. From there, you can catch the annual Sutton Fair Senior Ambassador Program with opening ceremonies at 7 p.m. and the Georgina Idol competition at 8 p.m. Get ready for a full day of activities, fun and competition tomorrow with the



We wait for it all summer and it’s finally here. The 157th Sutton Fair & Horse Show gets under way at noon with the opening of the midway, vendor booths and home craft exhibits. Join your neighbours and friends for the Councillors’ $1.57 (in honour of the number of years the fair has been held)


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ENTERTAINMENT: Woo-hoo! The annual Sutton Fair & Horse Show opens today


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VOLUNTEER FOR SPLASH! Last year the lake was the shining star. The inaugural SPLASH floating water festival brought together over 2000 people in De la Salle Park to kick back and love the lake, listen to music, interact with water innovations, eat local foods, play and learn and try some 21st century silent water sports. The best of 2011 will reappear at SPLASH 2012. We are now looking for an amazing crew of volunteers to help make this happen. Specific Duties and Requirements WHO: Volunteers of all ages. Groups and companies are welcome too! DATES: Thursday, August 16th through to Sunday, August 19th (any hours you can contribute would be amazing). DUTIES: site set up, supervising various activities at the festival, assisting the organizing team, assisting with food services, acting as parking attendants, and much more. **High school students will receive volunteer hours** *There will be an orientation session the week before the Festival when you can commit to hours and responsibilities. Register Online! Please go to to sign up, or email our volunteer coordinator, Goody Gerner with any questions at meadowsweet@ We look forward to working with you to make this big idea come to life!

VOLUNTEERS WANTED! For Appointment to the Keswick Cemetery Board

The Municipal Council of the Town of Georgina invites persons to serve in their community on the following Board. All appointments as volunteers are for the term of Council. Terms of Reference for each of the Boards and Committees, which fully describes the purpose, mandate and member responsibilities, are available on the Town of Georgina website Keswick Cemetery Board (two vacancies): The Cemetery Board’s primary goal is to promote the sale of cemetery lots and ensure that a peaceful and attractive setting is provided for lot owners. The Board acts in an advisory capacity for the detailed design and construction of the cemetery including landscape/garden design. The Cemetery Board is also responsible for the development of cemetery by-laws, management and operation of the cemetery, and to ensure that the provisions of the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act, 2002 and the regulations thereto, are observed and enforced. The Board’s regular meetings are held once every two months with each member receiving an honorarium payment of $40.00 per meeting attended, paid annually. Application Forms may be obtained from the Town of Georgina Website under “Forms” or from Michele Vandentillaart, Committee Services Coordinator, mvandentillaart@, 905-476-4301 ext. 248, or in person between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, 26557 Civic Centre Road, R.R. #2, Keswick, Ontario L4P 3G1. Application Forms must be submitted via mail, in person, or e-mail on or before Friday, August 17, 2012.

READING WITH RONALD….. Join Ronald McDonald™ for an interactive story time (ages 4-7, but all welcome). August 9th @ 10:30am, Keswick Branch. With thanks to our local McDonald’s™ REPTILES AT RISK….featuring live animals found here in Ontario. Visiting Pefferlaw Branch Aug 14 @10:30am, Keswick Branch Aug 21 @ 10:30am & PG Branch Aug 21 @ 1:30pm. Fun for all ages ☺ For more info visit KIDS!!! Pick up your Summer Quest Passport at any Georgina Library branch & be eligible for the “All you can eat ice cream party”

*******Mayor Grossi will visit with the Pefferlaw Quest Club****** August 15th @ 1:30pm You can search the Georgina Public Libraries catalogue on Facebook! But first, you have to "Like" our Facebook page:!/GeorginaPL York Walks! Library Pedometer Loan Program: Borrow a pedometer from GPL and take a step towards better health You can go anywhere from here…


Disruption in Service There will be a planned disruption at De La Salle Park in Jackson’s Point. The estimated time/date of the service disruption will be: ON: Friday August 17, 2012 FROM: Noon – Midnight AND ON: Saturday, August 18, 2012 FROM: 7:00 a.m. – Midnight The disruption includes: The park and beachfront will be closed for regular daytime use. The Park has been booked for “SPLASH”, the Floating Water Festival. This event is open to the public and the park is open however, an admission fee for the splash festival will be charged during these times. Check out the ‘SPLASH’ festival at De La Salle Park will re-open for regular use on Sunday, August 19, 2012. Contact: Economic Development Office 905-476-4301 ext. 312

at the Stephen Leacock Theatre 130 Gwendolyn Boulevard, Keswick BOX OFFICE: 905-476-0193 www.stephenleacocktheatre $21 + HST

The Town of Georgina Purchasing Division will receive tenders and/or proposals as follows: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WORKSPACE PLANNING & DESIGN GEORGINA PUBLIC LIBRARY – KESWICK BRANCH REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL GPL2012-042 Closing: Friday, August 10, 2012 @ 12:00 noon, local time

SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF ELASTOMERIC ROOF COATING (Operations Centre – 3182 Baseline Road, Keswick) REQUEST FOR QUOTATION OED2012-045 Closing: Friday, August 10, 2012 @ 12:00 noon, local time MUSEUM NEEDS ASSESSMENT GEORGINA PIONEER VILLAGE & ARCHIVES KESWICK, ONTARIO REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RC2012-046 Closing: Monday, August 13, 2012 @ 12:00 noon, local time SUPPLY OF ONE (1) COMMERCIAL BULK WATER FILLING STATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL OED2012-043 Closing: Friday, August 24, 2012 @ 12:00 noon, local time DEMOLITION SERVICES AND CLEAN-UP SERVICES 5209 BASELINE ROAD, SUTTON (FORMERLY THE SUTTON GLASS BUILDING) REQUEST FOR QUOTATION OED2012-004 Closing: Friday, August 24, 2012 @ 12:00 noon, local time *For full tender and proposal information, please visit the Town of Georgina website at or please contact Brian Jordan, CPPB, AMCT, Purchasing Manager, Telephone: (905) 476-4301 or (705) 437-2210; Fax: (905) 476-8100

TAKE NOTE that lawn watering restrictions are imposed on properties supplied by the Town municipal water system. Your co-operation is requested to ensure a sufficient supply of water is available for domestic, commercial, institutional and fire fighting purposes. Watering is only permitted between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Properties with an even house or building number may water lawns on even calendar dates. Properties with an odd house or building number may water lawns on odd calendar dates. New sod may be watered on all days for the first 30 days after being placed.

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Parking ($5.00) and shuttle available at the old Red Barn theatre location in Jackson’s Point, handicapped and bike parking are available at De la Salle off of Metro Road.

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It was the Egypt homecoming weekend car show last month, which brought together some of the community’s slickest classics and sportiest hot rods. Egypt Church of the Nazarene pastor Doug Neufeld (left) and his daughter, Ab, pose with a mini racer while John Cole (right) drives away in his 1929 McLaughlin Buick.


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That explains why Helleman Tire Sales and Auto Service has been in business so long – treating people right, doing a professional job, and getting stranded families back on the road with no hassles.

Hans and his wife Cindy have always supported various local charities and minor sports organizations because they firmly believe in giving back to the community. They’ve also helped raise more than $50,000 in the past six years through their association with the annual motorcycle rides for Sick Kids Hospital.

Helleman Tire Sales offers a Customer Shuttle for your ultimate convenience. Customers are also “kept completely in the loop when it comes to their vehicle. They are made aware of the cost and there are never any surprises,” explains Hans, who has lived and worked in the area for the past 30 years.

Whether it’s helping out in the community or making sure your vehicles is back on the road, it’s all about doing what you can in the best way possible.

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Helleman Tire Sales and Auto Service has been operating out of the same location on Woodbine Avenue for the past 18 years. Inadditiontoextensivetire sales and service, Helleman offers full automotive repair and service to all makes and models of cars and trucks. Helleman Tire Sales and Auto Service also offers emission testing and safety inspections.

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Spotlight on Business

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SENIOR ISSUES: York Region manages to stay slightly ahead of average

Retirement home vacancy rates drop across the province By Amanda Persico

Retirement home vacancy rates are decreasing provincewide, including York Region, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation senior citizen housing report. York’s 18-per-cent vacancy rate is about 5 percentage points higher

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than the provincial rate. That can be explained by the increase in new retirement home developments in the region during the last couple of years, Ontario housing surveys manager Ken Sumnall said. The region has seen about 400 new retirement spaces open up so far in 2012, compared to 130 in 2011 and 250 in 2010. The average retire-

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177 Church St. • 905-476-5532 Campfire Service 7pm

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August 12th at 12:00 pm Bible Studies/Kid’s Club:

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Home of the Community Meal every Thursday 4:30 - 6:30 pm

DOVE Christian Fellowship Canada

Sunday Worship 10:30 am Music in the Park - 6:30 pm Jackson’s Point Bandshell

Anglican Parish of Georgina Sunday Services

St. James Church ~ 31 River Street, Sutton Closed for the Season St. George’s Church ~ 408 Hedge Rd., Sibbald Pt. 8:00am Said Eucharist • 10:30am Choral Eucharist Weekday Morning Prayer (Said) 7:30am

45 Atherton Crescent

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Pastor Bill Dunbar 905-960-2139

The Congregational Christian Churches of Canada

United Church of Canada KNOX-SUTTON

10 a.m. Sunday Service

Sunday School & Supervised Nursery

Rev. Ted Grady (905) 722-3742 (Corner of Market St. & Fairpark Lane)

We welcome you warmly.

Belhaven Free Methodist Church A Christian community of faith celebrating the power of God to heal and deliver. It has been our experience that to rely on God wholeheartedly is to live the miracle daily!

Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Junior Church: ages 4-11 yrs. Pastor Michael Gibney 905-476-7692

Located at: 25152 Warden just north of Old Homestead Rd. ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD Almighty. Zech 4:6

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Engaging Family Spirituality in Egypt’s Historic Country Church!

Pastor Lynn Ironside

905-476-8875 (messages only)

St. Paul’s Church Keswick

Maple Hill Baptist Church 215 Glenwoods Dr. Keswick

Sunday Worship Service: 10:00 a.m. Nursery Provided

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All are Welcome Rev. Susanne McKim | Chaplain Paul Robson



Sunday Services 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.

905-476-2541 • Church Office (905)722-3726

We welcome you to join us as we worship our Lord in an informal House Church setting.

6779 Smith Blvd • 905-722-7783 Sunday Morning Church Time 11am Pastors Doug & Jeannie Neufeld

Anglican Worship Christ Church Roches Point

Prayer Meeting 11:15am Worship Service 12:00pm Tuesday Service 7:00pm All are welcome!

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Harvest Family Community Church

Georgina Gospel Assembly

Pastor Ronald Gosse 905-476-9155

generation won’t be seen for about another five years, Mr. Sumnall said. The catchment age for retirement homes is about 75, he added. According to the annual report, there was also a more than 4-percent increase in retirement home rental rates since 2011.

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is a huge, life-changing decision,” he said. “This isn’t a decision that pops up once a new retirement building is built. It takes time.” As the first wave of the baby boom generation — born after the Second World War, between 1946 and 1964 — is just reaching retire ment age, the region is going in the right direction, he said. The full effects of the baby boom


Keswick United Church

A Warm Welcome Awaits You! Rev. Marg Smith

Georgina Baptist Church

ment home has about 100 units. York, Durham, Etobicoke and North York account for more than 70 per cent of new retirement home developments — one of the fastest growing areas in the province. High vacancy rates are common with new residences, as they take longer to fill than standard apartments, Mr. Sumnall said. “Moving into a retirement home

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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. - John 3:16 Sunday Worship 10:30 am Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 pm Have a Wonderful Summer Pastor Hal Arthurs

905-476-4548 Corner of Woodbine & Old Homestead Rd. Loving God and Others Through Jesus Christ

Sunday Service & Church School 11:00 a.m. Pastor: Rev. John Coulman Church Office: (905) 476-3491 Website:

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671 — retirement residences in the province. 157 — retirement residences in the GTA. 29 — retirement residences in York Region. 13.8 per cent — vacancy rate in the province in 2012, compared to 15 per cent in 2011. 17.2 per cent — vacancy rate in the GTA in 2012, compared to 18.7 per cent in 2011. 18.1 per cent — vacancy rate in York Region in 2012, compared to 20.4 per cent in 2011. 51,326 — retirement spaces available in the province in 2012. 15,405 — retirement spaces available in the GTA in 2012. 2,883 — retirement spaces available in York Region in 2012. 31,383 — private or bachelor spaces available in the province in 2012, compared to 15,525 onebedroom spaces.

7,981 — private or bachelor spaces available in the GTA in 2012, compared to 6,123 one-bedroom spaces.

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$3,924 — average monthly rent in York Region in 2012, compared to $3,667 in 2011. 906,980 — estimated population ages 75 and older in the province. 378,650 — estimated population ages 75 and older in the GTA. 55,980 — estimated population ages 75 and older in York Region.




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That can be attributed to new developments with state-of-the-art amenities, the report said. Retirement residences need to cater to the baby boomer lifestyle, Mr. Sumnall said. “New retirees are looking for a higher standard of living. Now, you are seeing more pools, theatres and media rooms — and it is not just a projector on a wall with some

chairs. We’re seeing more homes with actual mini theatres.” Other trends are the increasing number of units for couples retiring together and onebedroom units. More than 20 years ago, many retirement homes offered semi-private units shared by strangers, which are on a rapid decline, Mr. Sumnall said. “We’re seeing larger unit spaces and more options,” he said. “More and more, people want their own space.”

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PUBLIC HEALTH: Georgina shows signs of ash borer infestation If you have an ash tree in your yard, it probably won’t be there in a decade. The emerald ash borer invasion in all of York’s nine municipalities will likely kill most of the Region’s ash trees within 10 years, forestry program manager James Lane said. York Region confirmed the presence of the invasive insect in all of its local municipalities yesterday. Results of the region’s emerald ash borer trap monitoring survey indicate the municipalities previously unaffected — Newmarket, Georgina, East Gwillimbury, and King — now shows signs of infestation. The infestation rates are lower further

north in the region, but dead and dying ash trees will become more obvious throughout York over the next few years. Difficult to detect, fast moving and able to travel far, the wood-boring beetle native to Asia first appeared in North America in 2002 and in York Region in 2008. The pest primarily kills trees and can’t be eradicated because of its unique biology, Mr. Lane said. The feisty metallic green insect has no natural enemies here, he said. Research is being conducted to determine whether predators can be transferred from Asia. — to read the full story, go to

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Office/ Administration

AZ Company Drivers Owner Operators Positions available for Van Division based out of our Putnam and Alliston yards. Competitive wages, benefits, home weekends and more!

Office Help - King City

Three month contract + part-time following in upscale home office. Processing web orders, and answering phones for seasonal rental company. Computer skills a must. Start immediately. Send resume to Mike Sales Opportunities

VIP MAIDS is expanding P/T & F/T RESIDENTIAL CLEANERS. Must be Bondable. Keswick/ Newmarket Call: 905-252-4396 Drivers


required for delivery of orthodontic appliances to professional dental offices, Monday to Friday. Must have valid "G" license and clean driving record. Car provided.

Fax resume: 905-853-8849

DZ DRIVER Wanted for tri-axle. Abstract necessary

Call 416-258-6260 Salon & Spa

Tangles Hair Salon & Spa req's a AESTHETICIAN

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Technical/Skilled Trades

F/T SHINGLERS/ LABOURERS wanted for full time work in Markham / York Region. Must have own vehicle and references Call 905-472-0276 or Email info@

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Technical/Skilled Trades

Roof Shinglers & Labourers Experienced, reliable, professionals only. Excellent wages for qualified candidates. Call 905-868-9198 or 289-221-9299 or send resume to

ExperCom is a full-service utility contractor specializing in all aspects of telecommunications and hydroelectric infrastructure construction and maintenance. We are looking for a Rubber Tire Backhoe Operator • clean AZ driver's license • able to operate 4 stick controls an asset Please send your resume to or by fax at 905-841-8487, att.: Tom Graham. Only selected candidates will be contacted. FULL-TIME LICENSED TECHNICIAN

Acura/Honda experience an asset. Apply in person to Tim Millband: STERNE ACURA 15795 Yonge St., Aurora (905)841-1400

Busy local electrical company seeks a minimum 3rd year apprentice that is a hard worker and is able to work with minimal supervision. Contact Steve 905-252-0931. Serious inquiries only.


Needed. Salary to commensurate with experience. Own transportation and tools required. Serious inquiries only Please call: 416-738-2992 Office/ Administration

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Upper Canada Glass in Oak Ridges requires Full Time Office/ Retail Person Will be responsible for Retail Sales, Reception and General Office Duties including Bookkeeping. Computer skills essential - Sage Simply Accounting knowledge helpful but will train. Email resume to

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Join The Winning Team @ Newmarket Hyundai We are hiring due to increasing market share and growth and require


For more information contact: Norma Tilley: 705-435-4362 x233 TF: 800-265-1680 E-mail: Fax: 705-435-4129 Cleaning/ Janitorial

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with their valid up-to-date OMVIC License who would like to earn up to 45% commission and benefits. This is the best time to join the Hyundai Sales Team at Newmarket Hyundai. Fax/Email resumes to: Joe Piazza Fax: 905-898-7856

JUNIOR INSIDE SALES REP (Newmarket) Required to contact existing customers and offer additional services. Full training provided. We require strong computer skills, strong English and willingness to learn. We offer base salary and comm. + 2 weeks paid vacation. Mon-Fri 9-5. Email resume to Dental


Great Career Opportunity! Newmarket practice seeking skilled


If you are an organized, motivated and self-driven we are looking for you. Experience an asset. No evenings. Please call Kim at 289-383-1024 for more details or send resume to: Fast paced family dental practice in Newmarket requires an eager, enthusiastic, positive LEVEL 2 DENTAL ASSISTANT evenings required. Part-time possibly leading to permanent. Please fax resume to: Dr. Brian Croppo 905-836-8249 or email to: Health Care/ Medical

Health Care/ Medical

A Pharmacy in Aurora is hiring a full-time pharmacy assistant for their ever growing facility. Must be able to work independently and communicate effectively. Benefits and competitive pay. Preference will be given to bilingual (French/English) applicants and those with pharmacy experience. All interested parties should submit their resume and cover letter to no later than Monday, August 13th, 2012. We thank everyone for applying, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Technical/Skilled Trades

WANTED Greenhouse Flower Grower

for greenhouse on Holland Marsh Please fax resume to: 905-775-4911 Dental

Dental office in Aurora looking for a DENTAL HYGIENIST to join our team for mat. leave. 1-2yrs. experience preferred. Please email resume to: info@aurora Seeking experienced

Dental Receptionist.

Must be able to work evenings, weekends and have assisting background. E-mail cover letter/resume to


Dental office in Richmond Hill seeks P/T DENTAL ASSISTANT, & F/T FRONT DESK Reply to richhilldental Health Care/ Medical

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Health Care/ Medical

CLIENT CARE MANAGER, YORK REGION A dynamic, personable Nursing (RN or RPN) professional, you will provide leadership and guidance to staff and clients within our home health operations. You are a strong leader with superior people skills plus the ability to multi-task and manage change. Your responsibilities will include directing and organizing activities along with communicating effectively with clinical and non-clinical personnel. You will manage the total quality of our client care and employees. You bring 3 years experience in acute and/ or home care setting, plus 2 years in a supervisory capacity. Please apply to or fax 905-895-7353 Restaurants/ Hospitality

Restaurants/ Hospitality

Cardinal Golf Club is NOW HIRING for

the following positions: Grill & Bistro Servers Line Cooks Dishwashers Halfway House Attendants Bistro Supervisor Course Maintenance Staff

Interested applicants should send their resume to stating the position they're applying for in the subject line. More details and job descriptions available online:

Teaching Opportunities

Experienced RECE and Assistant Teachers for Before & After School Split Shifts required for York Region centres starting September 2012 Strong programming, leadership and communcation skills is a must. Experience working in a child care setting. Clear and recent police screening and up-to-date immunizations required. Upper Canada offers competitive wages, benefits, split shift incentives, professional development, opportunities for advancement. Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume to the undersigned: Attn: Sari Connell, HR Administrator Email: Fax: 905.946.1116 Thank you for your interest, only applicants who will be interviewed will contacted. Upper Canada Child Care is a non-profit government licensed organization operating centres in communities throughout Toronto York Region, and Simcoe County.

Join York Professional Care & Education 4 RECE & Assistants for before and after school programs Applicants must: • Have a recent vulnerable sector screening • Have experience with children 4 -12 yrs old • Be available to work split shift 4 On Call Supply RECE & Assistants for child care centre/before & after school. Applicants must: • Have recent VSS & First Aid/CPR certificate • Have exp. with children 18 months - 6 years • Be able to work flexible days and shifts Please specify in your covering letter which position you are applying for. Email cover letter and resume to:

Only those applicants of interest will be contacted

Energetic & outgoing RECE's & ASSISTANTS wanted for school age program. Start late August at OLA Childcare Centre & OLH before/ after school programs. P/T split shift. Please email resume to: or fax to: 905-773-9427


Physiotherapist in Aurora, Physio owned clinic. Part-time days. Email resume: auroraphysio@ Restaurants/ Hospitality

Sneakers Sports Bar and Grill Line Cooks and Daytime Sever positions available. Please call or drop off resume 18025 Yonge St, Newmarket 905-836-4594 Teaching Opportunities

Cardinal Carter Child Care Centre requires qualified Registered Early Childhood Educator or Assistant with exp. (Supply staff also needed) Call Shelley (905)841-3726 shelly@cardinal

Teaching Opportunities

Imagine a job that fits your life. Flexible hours Health benefits Incentive programs NOW HIRING @ Sharon Location (Leslie & Greenlane) Full time and Part time Mornings and afternoons Apply in person or e-mail your resume to Bartender, Kitchen Staff, Locker Room Attendants and Greens Maintenance Staff Needed For Fall Please apply if you have a minimum of 1 years experience in a similar position. Must have full availability, which includes working evenings and weekends. Please apply to Tina Weir at

NOW HIRING P/T Weekend Servers P/T W/E Overnight Set-up Shift P/T Server/ Set-up All Weekend Positions starting at $10.50 Please email

Required for local school aged childcare centres. Part-time Split shifts, Mon- Fri. Must be available to work Sept to June. Email: amongfriendsdaycarecentres General Help

General Help

FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHERS WANTED York Region Media Group seeks talented freelance photographers for magazine work. Successful candidates will have experience in photographing people in all environments and be able to produce wellcomposed and captivating photographs that tell a story. Photographers must be available for assignments at various times and locations throughout York Region. Interested and qualified candidates should forward resumes and photography samples to: Erin Smyth, Human Resources, York Region Media Group, CASHIER/GENERAL HELP 6:30am-2:30pm (Mon-Fri). Duties: Salad, sandwiches, fruit/veggie prep, cashier, food service & cleaning. Exp. a must. $12:48/hr to start +medical & dental benefits. Contact: Carolyn Cheeseman - Email: Fax: 647-847-2415

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Req'd Immediately

3 R.E.C.E.

for busy child care in Sutton Send resume to: 905-722-5345 General Help

Crossing Guard required for September in Aurora! • McLellan Way & Allenvale Drive **We also require paid stand-by guards.

Please call (905)737-1600

Insurance restoration company requires Cleaner part time. to work in our busy environment. Must have clean driver's abstract and G license. Fax resume to: 905-841-7801 or email dkoekkoek@

Bill Tierney Photography is looking for a professional PHOTOGRAPHER for a part time position. Work involves childrens' photographs. References please. 905-775-6187

General Help

Jobs Available Immediately Our clients, with locations in Newmarket and Bradford are currently seeking:

Assemblers / Machine Operators

We are currently recruiting part-time weekend Custodians and Arena Attendants. Reporting to the Director of Facilities, the ideal candidate(s) should be responsible self-starters who are able to organize, complete all tasks with minimal supervision and within given time frames, as well as, be able to work independently or in a team environment. As a Custodian, you would be responsible for all janitorial, maintenance, arena, grounds and security duties. As an Arena Attendant, you would be responsible for all ice-making, janitorial, maintenance, security duties and public relations, specific to the arena. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: • A working knowledge of modern janitorial methods and equipment • Ability to perform general maintenance, arena and grounds keeping duties with minimum supervision • Ability to follow instructions and to exercise tact and diplomacy • A demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in English (both verbally and in writing) • Ice-making experience in a small arena environment (Arena) As a condition of employment, the successful candidate(s) must provide a current Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Report. If you would like to be considered for either opportunity, please submit your resume by August 19, 2012 by email to We thank all applicants for their interest but will contact only those selected for an interview. Apartments for Rent

Apartments for Rent

$11.00/hour - Afternoon and Night shifts available Call, fax or email your resume today and start work tomorrow! Phone: (905) 954-0210 Fax: (905) 954-0214 Email:

F/T LAWN MAINTENANCE LABOURER for grass cutting, to start immediately. Own transportation to shop required. Aurora/ King City Exp. is an asset. Call Tom


LIVE-IN COUPLE Needed for Group Home in Bradford.

Supervision, medication management, cooking & cleaning.

905-775-7550 johngas@

We seek motivated people to join our winning team! Applicants for this outdoor lawn care position require good communication skills and a valid drivers license. If you have a desire to learn and can work with minimum supervision give us a call! Positions begin as soon as possible. Weed Man provides full training and a chance to grow with our company. Call us now at (905) 868-7529 Forest Ridge Landscaping now hiring:




BRADFORDGROUND level 1+ bedroom, private walk-out, furnished, A/C, TV. $825.95. References. End of Sept. Non-smoking/ pets. (416)805-5628, 905-775-4900 BRADFORD (WEST)Very large, updated 3 bedroom, fenced yard, parking, appliances and more. $1075+. Tony Mendes 905-715-4951 Century 21 HOLLAND LANDINGCentral, spacious 2 bedroom upper. Private entrance, appliances, parking. Near amenities. $875+. Non-smoking/ pets. Available Aug. 15th. (905)830-4151 JACKSON'S POINT- 1+ bedroom, close to lake/ bus. Laundry, parking. No pets/ smoking. $875+ 905-715-4188 KESWICK- BRIGHT, renovated 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance, full bath, non-smoking/ pets. First/ last. References. September 1st. $1000 inclusive. (905)715-6200 NEWMARKETQuiet, spacious building, newly renovated, new kitchen, 1 bedroom, near hospital. Parking, laundry facilities. No dogs. $960. inclusive. 905-953-9683. NEWMARKET- 1 bedroom, bright, spacious, private entrance. Parking, non-smoking/ pets. From $825+ utilities. Immediate. 416-751-3368, 905-505-2579 NEWMARKET- 1 bedroom upper, large, bright in small building. Main Street north of Davis. Parking, laundry facilities. C/A. Non-smoking/ pets. Immediately. $900 inclusive. 905-836-7242 NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance, laundry facilities, fridge, stove. references. $940. No smoking. Available immediately. (905)841-3553 NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom, ground level, private yard/ driveway, laundry, close to Yonge/ Mall, $900+, first/ last. No dogs. 905-836-9000 LAWN CARE TECHNICIANS

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AURORA- QUIET 3 bedCareer room main, large yard, Development laundry. Non-smoking/ pets. $1450. inclusive. MAKE A Difference! Get Sept. 1st. 416-543-4703 the career training you need to become an Addictions and Community Ser- AURORA- SPACIOUS, 1+ vices Worker at Everest bedroom basement, separCollege Call Now! ate entrance, new carpet. 1-866-424-8742 Suit professional. smoking/ pets. $925. Newmarket (In the Tan- 289-221-6910 nery Mall) Career services assistance available to graduates. Financial assis- AURORA TOWERS- 90 tance may be available for Temperance. 1 bedroom. those who qualify. Day and Small building. $1000. inevening classes available. clusive. Parking. August 15/ September 1st. No dogs. 647-321-5930

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WANTEDFULL-TIME Mobility Driver. Must have clean abstract. Call 905-252-0208

Apartments for Rent

BRADFORD- 2 bedroom basement, laundry area, parking. Close to schools. Sept. 1st. $850 inclusive. Non-smoking/ pets. 905-952-9545

NEWMARKETBRIGHT bachelor loft, quiet 5-plex. Main/ London Rd. Parking, laundry facilities, central air. Suits single. Nonsmoking/ pets. $775 inclusive. 905-836-7242. NEWMARKET CENTRAL1 bedroom basement, parking, separate entrance, large 4pc. bath. Non-smoking. Suit single. $775. inclusive. Available i m m e d i a t e l y . (905)898-7431 NEWMARKET CENTRAL2 bedroom, main floor of duplex. Parking, yard. Suits couple. $1100. inclusive. Non-smoking. Available Sept. 1st. (905)898-7431 NEWMARKET- ELEGANT brand new basement, cozy 1 bedroom. $800. inclusive including utilities, internet/ TV/ cable. Available now. Please call 647-981-7776

$650+, BACHELOR. $850 2 bedroom. Keswick lakefront. 1st/ security. No pets. Immediately 416-497-9246

BRADFORD- 3 bedroom, main-floor bungalow, 3 parking, laundry, fenced yard, non-smoking/pets $1,450 includes heat, a/c, hydro. First/ last. Immediately. 905-895-9019

NEWMARKET- GO station/mall. 12'x18' south exposure room. Large, beautiful home. Mature female only. Cable, laundry, pool. Non-smoking/ pets. $425 + $50 for parking. 905-717-8165

AURORA GROVE- 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhome, walkout bsmt, overlooking conservation. 5 appliances, yard. $1950/mo. inclusive. August 1. Lori 416-433-7424.

BRADFORD- 3 bedroom upper. Close to all amenities. Laundry facilities. Non-smoking/ pets. $1200 inclusive. September 1st. 905-775-5813, 905-953-6937

NEWMARKET- LONDON/ Yonge- newly renovated, spacious 2 bedroom basement, appliances, laundry, a/c, non-smoking/ pets. Immediate. $1000 inclusive. 905-898-9156

Apartments for Rent NEWMARKETQUIET building. Heating, parking included. Large 1 & 2 bedroom apts. Non-smoking/ pets. 647-930-6347

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AURORA- SPACIOUS 3 bedrooms, quiet neighbourhood, laundry, private yard, 5 appliances, 2-parking, non-smoking/ pets. Oct. 1st. $1,400 +hydro. NEWMARKETRENO- (905)727-9848 VATED building, large 1000sq.ft. 2 bedroom. Houses for Rent Near transit/ hospital. No pets. $995 inclusive. 905-235-1739 BRADFORD- Under new management! Beautiful NEWMARKET- SUMMER- newly renovated Large 1 & HILL. 1 bedroom base- 2 bedroom suites. $875+ ment apartment, separate hydro & $995+ hydro. No entrance, clean. Non- pets. Laundry onsite. smoking/ pets. $830 inclu- Close to all amenities. Ryis sive. Available Sept. 1st. Properties 905-727-1102. 905-716-9850 evenings. BRADFORD- LARGE 3 NEWMARKET- WARDEN/ bedroom bungalow Vivian. Bachelor apart- (upper). All appliances+ ment. Stove/ Fridge. private fenced yard. Shared laundry. Parking. $1395. inclusive. Tony Non-smoking/ pets. Refer- Mendes 905-715-4951 ences. $625. Suits older Century 21 gentleman. September 1. 905-895-0001 JACKSON'S POINT2-storey, 3 bedrooms, NEWMARKETYONGE/ woodstove/ electric. Lake Non-smoking/ Davis- bright, spacious 2+ access. bedroom basement, pri- pets. $1400.+ Short-term vate entrance/ laundry/ or weekly vacation rentalSeptember 1st. yard. Appliances. Parking. ok. Non-smoking/ pets. Refer- 905-722-5110 ences. Sept. $900+. JACKSON'S POINT- Re905-898-7447 sort setting, large, spaROOMMATE NEEDED. cious, newly decorated 3.5 Share 1000sq.ft. 2 bed- bedroom, large deck. 100ft room walk-out basement. from lake access. ImmediFireplace, parking, cable/ ate. 416-535-4141. internet, deck, $550. per bedroom, Musselman's KESWICK- 2 small bedrooms+ den, fridge, stove, Lake area. 416-908-8796 laundry, parking, large Suits couple. SOUTHEAST NEWMAR- yard. immediately. KET Stunning 1 bedroom, Available 6 appliances, private en- $1100+ utilities. Nonpets. trance, fireplace. Suits pro- smoking/ fessional single. Non- 905-967-2108 smoking/ pets $1,200 inclusive. First/ last. KESWICK- EXECUTIVE home, basement granny (416)885-3734 flat, 4 bedroom, near lake. Suits 2 families. SUTTONBACHELOR, ( 9 0 5 ) 4 7 8 - 4 5 9 0 , ground-level, own en- 905-252-2624 trance/ bathroom/ efficiency kitchen. $700 inclusive. KESWICK- ON Lake Drive Non-smoking/ pets. Suits South. House for rent. 2 single professional. Sep- bedroom, $900.+. No tember 1st. 905-722-5110 dogs. Immediate. 416-219-9088 Unregistered apartments could be unsafe. NEWMARKET- 3 bedAsk to see your landlord’s room, 2-storey semi with registration certificate. full basement, laundry. Town of East Gwillimbury. $1350+ utilities. No pets. Available September 1st. WARDEN/ GREEN Lane- Call after 1pm Newly renovated 1 & 2 (905)715-3105 bedrooms, large yard, parking, non-smoking/ NEWMARKET- 4 bedpets. $900/ $950 inclusive. room, detached house. September 1st. Close to everything. Sept. (905)478-2382 1st. (905)479-6197, (647)268-6806 WILLOW BEACH- 1 bedroom basement, private NEWMARKET- SEMI, 3 entrance, $850. First/ last. bedrooms, close to all & transit, Non-smoking/ pets. amenities $1160+ utilities. 905-722-7677 905-830-2915 WOODBINE/ AURORA 2+ bedRd.- New 1 bedroom main PEFFERLAWfloor apartment. Front room, 1 bath, home, newly yard. First/ last. $1200. Im- reno'd kitchen, gas forced mediately. Non-smoking. heat, all appliances includNear. shopping/ 404. ed, front & back deck w/large yard, park & beach 905-751-1755 steps away. Prefer no pets YONGE/ SAVAGE. 2 bed- or smoking. References reroom basement apt. Laun- quired. $1100+ utilities. please dry, kitchen. Separate 705-437-1329 entrance, parking, non- leave message. smoking/ pets. September. SPOTLESS UPDATED 3 $975 utilities included. bedroom detached. Large 905-853-7535 yard, direct-access garage. Quiet neighbourhood, Yonge/ Savage- extra South Keswick near lake, large walkout bachelor amenities, $1450.+. Immeapt., furnished kitchen, pri- diate. Isabel, vate patio, $950 inclusive. 905-836-1365 For info call Maria 905-898-5295/ John SUTTON- LOVELY 2 bed416-303-4406 room apartment. Country setting. No dogs. Close to amenities. $825+ hydro. Condos for Rent Available October 1st. Ryis Properties 905-727-1102. AURORA- 2 bedroom, 11/2 baths, southern expo- Rooms for Rent and sure, covered parking, 4 Wanted appliances, $1200 monthly. September 1st. NEWMARKETLARGE (905)895-4608 furnished room, mature male Non-smoker, centralCONDO FOR RENT 2 ly located. $475. Available bdrms, 2 bthrms, Excellent Sept. 1st. First/ last. leave location, clean. $1,600.00 (647)378-7491, voice message. plus hydro 905-717-8695

Rooms for Rent and Wanted SMOKE FREE furnished bedroom in friendly home. Includes kitchen, satellite and internet. On bus route. 905-535-0507 SUTTON BY The Lake- 1 bedroom, private bathroom. Share house. 905-868-7698

Shared Accommodations KESWICK- Share lakefront house in Island Grove. Cable, internet, laundry, parking. GO bus. Immediate. 3 rooms: $550, $650, $750. 905-476-4065 MT. ALBERT- 3600sq.ft. executive house, laundry, A/C, internet, cable, hardwood, non-smoking/ pets; 2 bedrooms, private bathroom, $950. Available imediately. 416-707-4038 NEWMARKETYONGE/ Mulock. Bright bedroom, own bathroom, in townhouse. Internet, cable, laundry. A/C. Non-smoking/ pets. $575. References. 905-836-0499 SHARED ACCOM. 2 bedrooms 1 bath. Fem. profess. seeking fem. student or profess. share Main&Upper levels of house in NW Aurora. Close to Yonge. First/ Last req. Aug.15 or Sept. 1st $600.00 Per Month 647-986-4662 YONGE/ MAJOR Mackenzie- room in quiet townhouse. Cable/ TMN, internet, parking, transit. Amenities. $540 inclusive. 416-948-2973

Articles for Sale CARPETS- I have several thousand yards of new stainmaster & 100% nylon carpet. Will do living room & hall for $389.00. Includes: carpet, pad, installation (25 yards). Steve 289-464-6049

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BROWN, Fern Peacefully, at Southlake Regional Health Centre, went to her Lord on Monday, August 6, 2012 at 88 years of age. Beloved wife of the late Fred Brown and dear mother of Gord Brown (Gail), Melody (John Riddell) and the late Ron Brown (Judy) and Gwen Brown. She will be sadly missed by her 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Visitation will be held at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S., Newmarket on Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 from 2-4 & 7-9 pm. Funeral service will be held in the chapel on Wednesday, August 15th, 2012, at 11 am, followed by cremation. Memorial donations in memory of Fern may be made to a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at FARREL, Alvin Passed away peacefully at home, in his sleep on Friday, August 3, 2012 in his 53rd year. Loving father of Shelley, Nikki and Logan. Proud grandfather of 4 grandbabies. He will be sadly missed by his many brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St, South, Newmarket on Saturday, August 11th, 2012 at 1 p.m.



KELLY-SIMPSON, Beatrice Gloria (Mollins) After a lengthy illness with Mesothelioma, Beatrice passed away August 4th, 2012 at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, with her daughter and son-in-law by her side. Formerly of Brighton and Trenton, she had resided in Newmarket for the last five years. She was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion - Br. #426, Christian Baptist Church - Newmarket and the Newmarket Senior Club (Key Notes Choir). Daughter of the late Beatrice (nee Johnson) and William Mollins. Sister to the late Virginia Mollins Clift and wife of the late Robert Simpson. Lovingly remembered by children Carol King (John) of Newmarket, Gord Kirk (Ann) of Whitby, Gary Kirk (Ilka) of Maple Ridge, BC; Sisters Pearl Gale (William) and Harriet Gray of Cobourg and the late Virginia Clift; Brothers Edward Mollins (Marie) of Oshawa and Ronald Mollins (Darlene) of Little Britain. Also remembered by grandchildren John King (Heather), Derek King (Jackie), Paul Kirk (Ruth) and Brian Kirk and Great Grandchildren Shawna, Rachel, Jesse, Hailey, Elizabeth, Heather Rose and Rachel. Rev. Harry Mollins, Rev. Harry Taylor and Walter Mollins, deceased uncles of Beatrices' were a great inspiration both spiritually and musically in her early years. She studied at R.C.M. under the direction of Hazel Baer Scott. Privately with Mary Laughton, Madame Hicks Lyn and Harvey Dick. For many years she was the organist at the Brighton Baptist Church and the Salvation Army Church in Trenton, ON, and was also involved in many choirs throughout her life. She loved all music, however the classics and great old hymns of the church were her favorites. Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Beatrice's Life will take place at the Christian Baptist Church, Main Street South, Newmarket on August 28th, 2012, at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Christian Baptist Church Restoration Fund or the Southlake Regional Health Centre Palliative Care Unit would be greatly appreciated. A very special thank you to all the nurses and staff at Southlake Palliative Care Unit for their outstanding care and compassion during the last 6 weeks mom was there. Also, a very special thank you to Suzanne Reynolds, Dr. So and SRT Nurse Susan Kelly. Interment at a later date at Mount Hope Cemetery, Brighton, ON.


July 26, 1930 - August 5, 2012 Passed away peacefully with her family at her side, at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket after a short but courageous battle with cancer. Cherished sister of Vivian Szollosy; Loving aunt to Michael (Sarah) and Robert Szollosy; Doting great-aunt of Will, Jonah and Eva Szollosy. Predeceased by her parents James and Mary Bertolin. Avon Representative in York Region for 57 years. The family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Southlake, particularly the Medical Complex Care Unit. Friends may call at Taylor Funeral Home, Newmarket Chapel (524 Davis Drive, 905-898-2100) on Wednesday, August 15 from 7-9 pm and Thursday, August 16 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church (17955 Leslie Street, Newmarket) on Friday, August 17 at 11 am. Interment Queensville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation - Stronach Cancer Centre or a charity of your choice. On-line memorial at



DEIGAN, Charles Arthur Passed away on August 5, 2012 at age 92. Former teacher at Northview Heights Secondary School, Central High School of Commerce, and other schools including Tokoroa High School in New Zealand. He loved to participate in and coach sports, and held the Toronto Parks Department senior record for hop, skip, and jump for many years from 1937. Former employee, Toronto Hydro. WWII veteran with RCAF. Author of Business Office Simulation System and Developing Office Typing Skills. Survived by wife Brenda, children Russell Deigan, Glenda Deigan, and Eric (and Melinda) Deigan, grandchildren Monica Wappel, Christopher (and Andrea) Wappel, Veronica (and Mark) Conway, Victoria (and Paul) Cade, Vanessa Wappel, Katie Deigan, Mike Deigan, and Maggie Deigan, as well as greatgrandchildren Brooke, Lanna, and Nolan Wappel. Predeceased by parents Rose (Schwartz) and Francis Thomas Deigan, and brother Frank Deigan. Fondly remembered by nieces and nephew, Lynn Rogers, Sandra Smallwood, and John Deigan, and their children. The family would like to thank the Newmarket Health Centre, and in particular the doctors, David, and all the staff at 2 South for their loving care. At his request, cremation has taken place. A private gathering of immediate family celebrated his life. Any memorial donations in his honor to the Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation, the Diabetes Society, or a charity of your choice would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at

POLLARD, Gerald (Gerry) At Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, on Sunday, August 5th, 2012, at 73 years of age. Beloved husband of Heather and dear father of Lorri and Craig and father-inlaw of Vince Upson. Much loved Poppy of Asia Upson. Gerry is survived by his brothers Henry, Warren and Brian. He will be lovingly remembered by his nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S., Newmarket on Thursday, August 9th, 2012 from 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral service to take place in the chapel on Friday, August 10th, 2012 at 2 p.m., followed by cremation. In memory of Gerry, please consider a donation to the Brain Cancer Foundation. On-line condolences may be made at


It is with great sadness the family of Robert Marcussen announces his passing at the age of 24 at Southlake Regional Health Centre on August 4th, 2012. Robbie is survived by his beloved son Nathan and his loved friend Melanie, his mother Kathy GillMarcussen, his father Robert Marcussen (Shawn), his sister Melissa Gill, his brothers Matthew (Chantelle), Perry, Brodi, his niece and nephew Blake and Ella, his grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Friends and family may call at Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora on Friday, August 10th, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Service in the Chapel on Saturday, August 11 at 3 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Nathan Marcussen Trust Fund, Scotiabank transit #81042, account #0229822



NEIMEYER, Gezinus "George" of Angus, ON (formerly of Keswick) passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, August 6th, 2012 in his 79th year. Beloved husband of the late Harmina. Loving father of Jan (Barb), David (Sheila), and Rose Roberts (Doug). Cherished Grandfather of Kissondra, Joshua, Christopher, Caren, Eric, Jessica, Rebecca, Alexis and Patricia. Dear Great-Grandfather of Aalecia Hanna and Ryder. Sadly missed by daughter-in-law Shirley. Predeceased by his son George Jr. "George" will be sadly missed and always remembered by his many relatives and friends. At George's and the family's request, cremation has already taken place. A Celebration of Life memorial service will take place at Collier Street United Church, 112 Collier Street, Barrie, ON on Saturday, August 11th, 2012 at 3:00pm. Buffet luncheon to follow in the church hall. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Dignified Funeral Alternatives, Barrie, ON 1-888-322-7222

SMITH, Brian Donald Passed away peacefully at Toronto General Hospital on August 2nd, 2012, in his 55th year. Brian was a beloved son of the late Ruth Ramsbottom and Kenneth Smith and loving father of 28 years of Brian Smith Jr. Brian was a dedicated and loving brother to his siblings Wayne (Gaye), Brenda, Todd, Nancy (Scott), Connie (John) and Lisa (Mike). Brian was born on January 2nd, 1958. Brian Smith will always be loved and remembered by all friends and family. He had a strong passion for literary arts, computer science and Martial arts. Friends called at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S., Newmarket on Wednesday, August 8th from 7-9 p.m. for viewing. Funeral service was held in the chapel on Thursday, August 9th at 2 p.m., followed by interment at Newmarket Cemetery. Special thanks to the caring staff and residents of Matt Talbot Housing. Donations in memory of Brian, may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario.

PAUL, Daniel Wilfred

Formerly of Orton Peacefully, with his family by his side, at Cedarvale Lodge, Keswick, on Friday, August 3, 2012 in his 57th year. Dear father of Lee Paul and Meagan Paul. Beloved brother of Theresa (Gary Taylor) of Virginia, Stephen (Nance) Paul of Lansdowne, Lynne (Mario Martignani) of Keswick, Mitchell Paul of Keswick and Glen Pelletier of Richmond Hill. Special friend of Susan, Tish, Jodie and Joe. Dan will be greatly missed by his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Special thanks to Cedarvale Lodge Long Term Care and the Princess Margaret Oncology Team for their support and compassion. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at M.W. Becker Funeral Home LTD., Keswick [905-476-7711] on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. Visitation from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. If desired, donations to The Gerry & Nancy Pencer Brain Tumour Centre c/o the Princess Margaret Hospital, would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and donations may be left at



STEVENSON, Perry Owen Peacefully at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, on Tuesday, August 7, 2012, with family at his side, following a courageous battle with cancer. Perry Stevenson, of Toronto originally of Egypt ON, beloved son of Carl and Mabel Stevenson (nee Longhurst). Dear brother of Judy Catherwood (Ron) of Lindsay, Janice Walker (Lloyd) of Keswick, Peter Stevenson (Sandy) of Sutton and Carl "Butch" Stevenson (Kathy) of Bradford. Lovingly remembered by his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Resting at the Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home, 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Funeral Service in the chapel Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Cremation to follow. Memorial donations to the Egypt Church of the Nazarene would be appreciated by the family. Memorial condolences may be made at GILLIS, Teresa Ann (nee Willey) It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Teresa Ann Gillis (nee Willey) of Keswick, at 7 a.m. Sunday, August 5, 2012, at the MacKenzie Health Center in Richmond Hill. Teresa will now be at rest with her mother, Ruby Harmon, her brothers Frank, Fred, Gord, Bobby, and Donny Willey, and her sister Ruby Strong (nee Willey). She will be remembered dearly by her husband Gerry Bismuko, son George Gillis, daughter-in-law Janette Gillis, grandsons Ryan Gillis and Tyler Gillis, as well as her brothers Harold, Pat, Mike, Terry, and Gregory Willey, and sisters Audrey Ouellette (nee Willey) and Marjorie Ouellette (nee Willey) and her many nieces, nephews and friends. Interment of ashes will be done at a later date. Love you Mom..

In Loving Memory of Edith Christine Burch Passed away peacefully in her sleep at the Eagle Terrace, Newmarket on Saturday, August 4, 2012. At the age of 90. Beloved wife of Donald Burch for 69 years. Loving mother of Brad, Roger and Wendy, grandmother of 7 grandchildren and great grandmother of 8 great grandchildren. Fondly remembered by her many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Family and friends are invited to a Memorial Service to Celebrate Edith’s Life at the Zion United Church, Carnarvon on Friday, August 10, 2012 at 11:00 am. A Reception to follow in the Christian Education Centre. Cremation has taken place. Memorial Donations to the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation (HHHSF) would be appreciated by the family and can be arranged through the Gordon A. Monk Funeral Home Ltd., P.O. Box 427, Minden K0M 2K0.

In Memoriam

In Memoriam

In loving memory of


who passed away May 1st, 2009 Thinking of you on your birthday, August 8. Sure wish you were here. Love lives on forever, it never fades away For in my heart dear J.T., you are with me every day. Sadly missed, forever loved, Harriet xoxo

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In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away on August 10, 2010. Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unheard, unseen, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. Lovingly remembered by wife Ruth-Anne and sons, Christopher and Laura, Jason and Lindsay, grandchildren William, Tommy and Henry, and the Lewis family.

ZOGALO, George (Nick) In loving memory of my dear husband Nick who passed away August 7, 1994. He was someone very special. He can never be replaced. His memory in my daily life Can never be erased. He had a sense of humour And a sparkle in his eye A helping hand in times of need On that you could rely He had a smile for everyone. A generous heart of gold. To anyone that knew Nick His memories will never grow old. Nick, to the world you were but one, But to me you were my world, Love Alma.

In memory of Eleanor Joan Barney August 4, 2007 Thank you for giving your life to being a great Mom. In your last years I took care of you, you gave me so much love. Love I had never had or felt before. Our memories will never fade. Some day God will reunite us again. Sadly missed by your daughter Darlene and son-in-law Jamie, grandchildren, Darren , Dillon, Kassandra, loving (deceased) husband Douglas Martin Barney.

SUMMERS, Evelyn - In loving memory of a dear wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who passed away August 11th, 2009. Though her smile is gone forever And her hand we cannot touch Still we have som any memories, Of the one we loved so much. Her memory is our keepsake, With which we'll never part; God has her in his keeping, We have her in our hearts. Lovingly remembered, Bill & Family



NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Any persons having any claim on the estate of John Joseph Flaherty, late of 18 Metro Rd. South, Keswick ON, L4P 1V8 should contact James M. Flaherty, 18 Rhyl Ave., Toronto, ON, M4L 1R7 416-712-5371, prior to August 16, 2012.



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