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ActiveLife Bright ideas for holiday decorating
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS DOS AND DON’TS Make sure the lights and wires are in good condition. Don’t use strings with frayed wires or broken bulbs;
BY AMANDA PERSICO
Nothing lets you better demonstrate your holiday spirit than decorating your home with lights. It’s a sure way to let Santa Claus know you’re home and ready for his arrival. But hanging lights doesn’t have to trip your breaker or break the bank. Replacing old incandescent bulbs with a string of LED lights can cut electricity consumption by up to 95 per cent. The average household will turn on Christmas lights for two to four hours a day for a month, Newmarket Hydro distribution services director Larry Herod said. “With incandescent bulbs, that can add up to a lot of power,” he said, adding LED lights are safer as well. LED lights generate virtually no heat and remain cool to the touch, making them safer around dry branches and other combustible decorations, such as garland, wreaths and ribbon. LED lights have no filaments to burn through or glass bulbs to shatter. Instead, they are made from solid-state chips that convert electricity to light. They don’t break easily and can last up to 100 times longer than incandescent bulbs, Mr. Herod said. In past years, LED colour selection was limited, but now, you have the option of shopping by colour and shape. There are three shades of white — warm, cool and champagne — that each offer a different look for your home. Warm white lights look similar to the traditional lights of your youth, while cool gives off a blue tinge and the newer champagne lights give off a golden hue, perfect for vintage or Victorian-themed decorating. Other options include sets of multi-coloured lights with the standard red, blue, green, yellow and
Ensure lights have a CSA-approved tag on the plugs; Use a timer certified for outdoor use to switch lights on and off and try not to keep electrical connectors on the ground; When carrying a ladder around to hang your lights, be aware of and avoid overhead power wires; Make sure the lights you choose are specifically for outdoor use. Do not use indoor-only lights outside. Make sure you use the right size lights. If lighting a smaller tree, use miniature lights. For larger trees and shrubs, use larger bulbs; Use more lights if your house sits farther back from the street; Leave at least 30 centimetres between the edge of your driveway and lights, so when a driver backs out of the drive, he doesn’t take a string of lights with him;
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Rich Weiman of Fully Completely Inc. is busy this time of year installing Christmas lights on homes in Newmarket and Aurora. purple or colour wave lights that fade from one colour to another. You can also purchase colour-specific light stings. And you’re not limited to the standard pinecone-shaped bulbs. While C9 bulbs are best-suited for larger evergreen trees and C7 bulbs are perfect for smaller trees and shrubs, LED lights also come in miniature or twinkle-bulb shapes as well as square, round, icicles, stars, snowflakes and ice cubes. When shopping for your lights, don’t forget to think about how you plan to hang them. There are many options that won’t ruin your home’s facade, including specialty hooks and clips that can be used to fasten lights to trees, your roof and
eavestrough. When using nails or tacks, be careful to avoid puncturing the wires. Put nails or tacks in first, then place the wires around them. Once you have your light selection and made sure all light strings are in good condition, it’s time to add a little twinkle to your otherwise white lawn. Start by taking a photograph of your home and creating a plan. This should include lighting directions, where you will start and how you are going to connect the light strings. When you start lighting your yard, be sure to have the male ends of light strings pointing toward your house.
Use special lighting effects sparingly; Don’t mix LED and conventional lighting, especially on the same structure. If you choose to do your house in LEDs and wrap the trees or drape bushes with conventional lights, the difference in hue may not be as jarring;
It’s important to create a flow of light that moves the eye from one area to the next. Along with lighting trees, shrubs and evergreens, add a little twinkle around your doorway or by lighting a path to the entrance to create an added feeling of warmth. Evergreens come alive when using crisp white or seasonal green lights, while red lights make evergreen trees look muddy. Bushes or shrubs are perfect for creating a floating light look by throwing the lights in a figure-eight pattern. You can even use your existing outdoor landscape lighting as part of your holiday magic show by covering the top with coloured cellophane.
Don’t stick with all green or red lights. It can look too commercial; Don’t use as many lights if decorating with LEDs as you would have with the conventional lights. LED lights are brighter, requiring fewer in number; and Don’t light everything. For more tips and tricks, visit christmas-light-source.com
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CRAFT WITH SANTA: Make crafts and help decorate the Holland Landing Library Saturday, 1:30 p.m., and the Mount Albert branch Saturday, 11 a.m. CHRISTMAS PAST: Aurora’s Hillary House will be decorated for the season Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. There will be carolling, crafts for children, refreshments and more. GIVE LIFE: Blood donor clinic Monday, 2 to 8 p.m. at Newmarket Legion. Book your appointment at blood.ca
ON STAGE: 2000 Candles, which celebrates the true meaning of Christmas, is at Crosslands Church in Newmarket Sunday, 7 p.m. Visit 2000candles.com SEASONAL CELEBRATION: Schomberg and Nobleton United churches share Christmas spirit Saturday, 7 p.m. at the Nobleton Church. Stories, music and holiday cheer. Call 905-859-3976. SING OUT: Carols by candlelight Sunday at Trinity United Church, Newmarket. Call 905-895-4851 for details.
ARTFUL EVENT: High Tea Artists Afternoon is Sunday, noon to 4 p.m., at Wellington Gallery, 32 Wellington St. W., Aurora. Call 905-751-0066. RUN FOR NEEDY: Aurora Running Room hosts 5k walk/10k run in support of Aurora Food Pantry Saturday. Register in advance at the store. For details, call 905-727-5878 or 905-841-5456. SEASONAL SIGHTS: Gallery of trees exhibit on until Dec. 31 at Newmarket’s Elman W. Campbell Museum. Free.
HOLIDAY HOOPS: York North Basketball Association hosts free holiday basketball session for kids five to 13 Saturday, 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., at Sir William Mulock Secondary School, 705 Columbus Way, Newmarket. Visit ynba.ca for details.
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Baseball Ontario keeps players from roaming off base
aseball Ontario is hoping to smack a home run by turning up the dial for competitive opportunities. The York Simcoe Baseball Association is planning to be at the forefront for a proposed triple-A network to bring together top midget club teams in Ontario for more frequent games starting with the 2011 season. Unofficially termed the 400 Series, the concept would complement local league play for top midget and minor midget teams in centres across and up and down the Hwy. 401 and 400 corridors. The concept could help increase the competitive level for Baseball Ontario club programs that compete for players with alternate or so-called elite programs and maintain an uneasy relationship with the many for-profit programs playing the field.
‘There is room for an elite league but not 20 or 30 teams’ worth,. There has been a proliferation of so-called elite teams.’ Baseball is playing catch-up. The proposed program is long overdue and comes in response to the perception of a sharp decrease in the calibre of baseball played at midget levels in recent seasons. That dip is related to the impact of players choosing to participate in expensive alternate programs at the under-16 and under-18 age levels. “There’s fewer teams and more disparity in play and that leads to a lower calibre all around and that’s in no one’s interest,” said YSBA president Dirk Drieberg, who is also president of the City of Vaughan Baseball Association. “We think the 400 Series promotes greater competitiveness and allows local associations to offer kids places to play (Baseball Ontario) ball.” Ultimately, Drieberg anticipates the concept will trickle into the bantam levels and maybe even younger age groups, where alternate programs make their initial contacts with potential customers, or players. In some cases, depending on birth dates, alternate programs can utilize players all the way through their first year of junior eligibility. Drieberg also envisions showcase tourna-
John Cudmore Cuddy Shark ments to combat alternate programs that offer players showcase opportunities with NCAA scholarships as the dangling carrot. “It’s in the development (phase) and will continue to develop as time goes on and eventually offer opportunities for showcase events and to expose more kids,” he said. “Maybe it is a chance kids will continue to play in community ball programs and not pay five, 10 or $15,000 to play baseball. Too many parents and kids get enamoured with the term elite baseball.” Considering the few full, or even substantial, baseball scholarships available to Canadian kids, it’s a wonder someone hasn’t started a business to point out the incredibly long odds and collectively save parents thousands of dollars. “There is room for an elite league but not 20 or 30 teams’ worth,” Drieberg said. “There has been a proliferation of so-called elite teams.” Teams from west of Toronto, including the Intercounty Baseball League, Central Ontario Baseball Association and other Baseball Ontario affiliates have expressed interest so far, Newmarket Baseball Association rep vicepresident Ted Williams said. He confirmed two Newmarket midget teams are eager to operate in 2011. “We want to make sure all teams are governed by local associations and eventually create a showcase environment,” said Williams, convenor for the YSBA’s midget age groups. “This will raise the profile for midget ball.” Participating teams will be automatically classified to compete at the triple-A level. Several divisions of the York Simcoe Baseball Association play Toronto teams in
interlocking games. “This is a chance to develop and really should have been in place long ago,” Drieberg said. “This situation is not a lot different from four or five years ago in York Simcoe when we decided to interlock with Toronto and had our teams play against Toronto teams of a like level. It provided competition and variety for the players. “In the long-term vision, it is absolutely the right thing to do. It has flaws, yes. But if
you give it the opportunity to grow and build it, will it get better? Yes.” Vaughan has also expressed interest in the program at the minor midget and midget levels and it is expected at least one team from each of the Eastern Ontario and Toronto baseball associations will participate. “This is in response to how poorly the level fell at the minor midget level,” said Tim Brown, past NBA president and field manager for one of the Newmarket midget teams.
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Class Environmental Assessment to address Outfall Capacity Limitations at the Duffin Creek Water Pollution Control Plant NOTICE OF STUDY COMMENCEMENT
Crone, Poirier lace up for final Olympic ice dancers Vanessa Crone and Paul Poirier are one of two Canadian teams competing for medals when the 2010 ISU Grand Prix final gets under way today in Beijing, China. Aurora’s Crone and Unionville’s Poirier earned a berth in the final after winning gold at Skate Canada and silver at Skate America earlier this season. The tandem competed in the final in 2009 as a late replacement team and finished sixth prior to competing at the Vancouver Olympic Games. Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje of Waterloo are the other Canadian ice dance entry in the competition. In 2007, Crone and Poirier were fourth in the junior Grand Prix final.
Hurricanes host Blackhawks in Jr. A hockey action tonight The Newmarket Hurricanes will seek to stretch their lead atop the Ontario Junior Hockey League tonight when the Collingwood Blackhawks visit the Ray Twinney Complex at 7:35 p.m. The Hurricanes enter the contest with a two-point lead on the Markham Waxers and have played one fewer game. Newmarket has won three previous games against the last-place Blackhawks, including two straight shutouts.
Daleman rallies to secure skate berth for nationals Hilltop Skating Club’s Gabrielle Daleman rallied from 10th place after her short program to finish fifth in the women’s novice program at the BMO Skate Canada Western and Eastern Challenge on the weekend at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. Daleman raced up the standings with her freeskate program to claim a berth in the national junior figure skating championships in January in Victoria, B.C. She also teamed with partner Michael Zusev to finish eighth in the pairs competition to qualify for the Victoria competition.
Jets’ Leeper claims silver on Markham short track David Leeper claimed a silver medal in the Bravo division to highlight the performances of Newmarket Jets members at a regional short track speed skating meet last weekend in Markham. Leeper was one of five Jets competing in the top two categories of the ability meet. Teammate Garrett Bent finished eighth in the Alpha division, while Alex Balduckie was fourth in Bravo. Bronze medals were claimed by Mackenzie Kash (India division) and Tyler Yue (Juliet).
Newmarket fencer melts rivals at Frosty Challenge Cecily McDonnell of the Newmarket Fencing Club struck for gold twice on the weekend at the Frosty Challenge at Royal Military College in Kingston. Competing in two age categories, McDonnell defeated Madison Van Camp of the Cutting Edge Fencing Club 15-11 in cadet (under-17) women’s epee. She later upended Toronto Fencing Club’s Sophia Bacho 15-12 in the under-15 final.
IEM novice side captures hoops gold Newmarket IEM capped a five-game undefeated run with a 39-21 victory over the Mississauga Monarchs in the boys novice triple-A championship game of an IEMhosted youth basketball tournament last weekend. IEM’s run included a 37-30 triumph over the topseeded Brampton Warriors. — John Cudmore
In 2006 the Regional Municipalities of York and Durham completed a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment that identified the preferred strategy for expanding wastewater treatment capacity at the Duffin Creek Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) from a capacity of 420 million litres per day (MLD) to 630 MLD. Construction of the expansion is underway, with completion scheduled for 2012. 2011.
uent from the WPCP is discharged via an outfall that facilitates rapid assimilation of the clear Treated ef effluent treated effluent intouent Lake Ontario. An assessment of the existing outfall determined that it will capacity at treated ef into Lake Ontario. An assessment of the existing outfall determined thatreach it willits reach its capacity approximately 560 MLD, which will limit the operating capacity of the expanded WPCP. The Regions are at approximately 560 MLD, which will limit the operating capacity of the expanded WPCP. The Regions are working prior to to WPCP WPCP flows rate of of 520 520 MLD. MLD. working to to resolve resolve the the outfall outfall capacity capacity limitations limitations prior ows reaching reaching the the lesser lesser rate The Study York and Durham Regions are jointly initiating a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) to identify the preferred method of addressing the future capacity limitations of the existing outfall. The study will follow Schedule C of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (as amended October 2007), and will satisfy the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act. The Class EA will define the issues to be addressed, identify feasible alternatives, evaluate the technical, natural, social/cultural, and economic impacts of the alternatives, and recommend a solution. The Class EA process provides members of the public and agencies with opportunities for input and ensures that all comments are appropriately addressed and documented for the public record. The Consultation Process Public and agency consultation is a key component of the Class EA process and the submission of comments is encouraged at any time during the study. Comments may be submitted via the project website at www.durham.ca/OutfallEA or via email at info@outfallEA.com or by contacting either of the Regions’ Project Managers directly at: Mr. Rich Tindall, P.Eng. Project Manager Regional Municipality of Durham 605 Rossland Road East, Box 623 Whitby, ON L1N 6A3 Phone: 905 668-7711, Ext. 3547 Toll Free: 1-800-372-1102 Fax: 905 668-2051
Mr. Wayne Green, P.Eng. Project Manager The Regional Municipality of York 17250 Yonge Street Newmarket, ON L3Y 6Z1 Phone: 905 830-4444, Ext. 5049 5144 Toll Free: 1-877-GO4-YORK Fax: 905 836-4590
As part of the consultation process, the Regions are compiling a Project Contact List of parties that are interested in receiving further information on the Class EA. Please submit your contact information if you wish to be added to the Project Contact List. Public Information Forums (PIFs) will also be held during the Class EA to present information and receive comment. Advance notice of these PIFs will be published in local newspapers, posted on the project website and issued to those parties on the Project Contact List. Key Class EA documents will also be posted to the project website, and reference copies will be available at the Central Branch of the Pickering Public Library and the Main Branch of the Ajax Public Library. All correspondence will be maintained for reference throughout the project and will become part of the project record. Under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Environmental Assessment Act, unless otherwise stated in the submission, any personal information such as name, address, telephone number and property location included in a submission will become part of the public record files for this project and will be released, if requested, to any person. C
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ANDREWS, Arthur Ernest Joseph June 27, 1908 November 29, 2010
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Arthur Andrews in his 103rd year, on Monday, November 29, 2010, peacefully at home. Arthur traveled from Bridgwater, Somerset, England with his family to Canada in 1912, and settled on Bloomfield Ave. in Toronto. Arthur is predeceased by his loving wife Helen (nee Good) of 71 years, his son Freddy, his sisters Clarisse and Violet and his brothers Edward, Stanley and Raymond. He will be missed by his surviving baby brother Jack, his daughter-in-law Helen and children, Debbie, Denise, Donna, Darlene, Dana and David. Arthur will also be missed by son John and Laura, and children Jeremy, Joshua, Adam, Tara, Jonathan, and his 12 great grandchildren. Arthur had a long and distinguished career of 51 years with the T. Eaton Company, and during WWII he served with the Canadian Reserves. Arthur, along side his brothers, built a lovely cottage at Balm Beach, Georgian Bay which his family and friends enjoyed for over 60 years. Arthur enjoyed hunting and fishing with his brothers and friends, and loved to tend his gardens while enjoying an afternoon rum and Coke. At Arthur's request, a cremation has already taken place. A Celebration of his Life will be held on Sunday, December 12, 2010 at St. John's Presbyterian Church, 2940 10th Side Road (Middletown) with service at 2:00 p.m. and a reception to follow. If desired, in lieu of flowers, donations in Arthur's memory may be made to a Christmas Wish organization in your community. "We're going to miss you grandpa, Merry Christmas...xoxox... love you...a~t~j"
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Jonathan and Thomas and great grandfather of Tealya. Survived by his sisters Gerry and Marilyn and predeceased by his brother Kenneth and his sister Barbara. Fondly remembered by his many nieces and nephews. Friends and family may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. South, Newmarket on Friday, December 10th between 1 and 4 p.m. Donations to Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
HANDY, Joan Edith On December 7th 2010, Joan Edith at the age of 72 went home to be with her Lord and Saviour. Beloved wife of Ian and loving mother of Julie, Linda and Karen (Matthew Ainsworth). She will be greatly missed by her grandchildren Michael (Lisa), Matthew (Chantel), Micaela, James (Ashley), Joshua, Joseph, Jesse, Kathryn, Victoria, Alexandra and her great-grandchildren. Also survived by her loving sister Mary and her brother Bill. Resting at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. South, Newmarket for visitation on Thursday, December 9th, 2010 from 7-9 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held at Victory Baptist Church, 18408 Yonge St, Newmarket on Friday, December 10th at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Stronach Regional Cancer Centre would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
HEGGUM, Richard Harold Clarke Peacefully, at York Central Hospital in his 72nd year, in the presence of his dear brother Edward and loving friends Bonita, Hayley and Barbara, on Thursday, December 2, 2010. Richard was a loving man with a beautiful spirit. Richard will be reunited with his beloved late wife Betty along with his parents Margaret and Waldermar. He will be sadly missed by his brothers Edward and Wally, sisters-in-law Carol and Dorothy, stepchildren Debbie and Tim, nieces and nephews Kitty, Paul, Terri, Karen, Ted, Wendy, Lisa and many friends. Cremation has taken place. The family will receive visitors for a Memorial at 295 Reading Place (at London Road) in Newmarket on Wednesday, December 15th from 3-7 p.m.
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December 7, 2010 at 84 years of age. Loving husband of Dorothy for 55 years. Dear father of Hal, wife Francine, Todd, wife Carole. Grandfather of Brady and Carver. Uncle and godfather of Debbie Camirand, husband Brian. He is survived by his brothers Eugene and Orval and several nieces and nephews. A private family service was held at Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. South, Newmarket. The family wish to thank the doctors and nurses at the Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket for their care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Southlake Regional Health Centre (615 Davis Dr., Suite 304, Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 2R2) would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
PEEVERS, Helen Emily Peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, on Monday, December 6, 2010, in her 92nd year. Helen (nee Rose), beloved wife of the late Kenneth Peevers and dear mother of Linda Rose Dickson of Toronto and Leslie Ann Radis of Newmarket. She will be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren, Danielle Leslie and April Rose Dickson, Rebecca Rose Vaughan, Charlene McGhee (Wade), Lori Hearn (Adam) and Phil Radis and great-granddaughter Chloe Rose McGhee. Dear sister of Donald Rose and Lloyd Rose (Mary), aunt of Donna Helen and Donna Mary and great-aunt of Kerri Menna (Cam). Friends may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S., Newmarket from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. on Sunday, December 12th, 2010. Funeral Service in the chapel on Monday at 2:30 p.m., followed by cremation. Memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society of York Region or the Mackenzie Place Residents Fund would be appreciated. On-line condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
QUAIL, Gerard Anthony It is with great sadness our family announces the passing of Gerard in his 53rd year, on November 29, 2010, after a two year battle with Leukemia, in Kelowna, B.C. Gerard was the much loved son of Vincent and Loyola Quail, (deceased). Loving brother and best friend to Clare (John) Akkerman, Dennis (Martha) Quail, Maggie (Kurt) Swan, Pat (Jane) Quail, Rick (Terry( Quail. Helen (Perry) Collins. Devoted uncle to Kevin, Monica, Michael, Jennifer, Adam, Ryan, Justin, Matthew, David, Anne, great nieces and nephew. Internment has taken place at St. James Cemetery, Colgan, Ontario. If possible, please remember Gerard by donating blood to help those in need.
VANDERWAL, Klaas Peacefully, at home on December 6th, 2010 in his 85th year. Loving husband of Alberta for 56 years. Dear father of Mike (Rhonda), Jane (Denis Grant), and Jhon (Tony Trinceri). Loving Pake to Mike (Kerry) and Ryan, and to his greatgrandchildren Quinn and Hannah. Klaas retired from Sterling Drugs after 30 years of service, and was a founding member of the Aurora Soccer Club. He will be forever remembered for his passion for soccer and his love of growing vegetables. He'll be sadly missed by his many relatives and friends. Visitation will be held at Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Pkwy. S. (north east corner of Yonge St. & Industrial Pkwy. S.), Aurora, on Thursday from 6-8 p.m. Funeral Service at Aurora United Church, 15186 Yonge St. (south of Wellington St.), Aurora, on Friday at 11 a.m. Interment Kettleby Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Kidney Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences at www.thompsonfh-aurora.com
ZWEERMAN, Christopher Luke Our beloved son passed from this life into the next in Australia on Sunday, November 14th, 2010 at the age of 26. Treasured by Bernie, Gabrielle, Sarah, Brandon and Vanessa. Cherished grandson of Aranka and the late William Urban, Bernard and Helen Zweerman. Dearly missed by Melinda, Cliff, Mugs, Katie, Emma and J.T., Klaus, Teresa, Nicholas and Erika, Dave, Yvonne and Liam. Fondly remembered by his extended family and many friends around the world. Christopher was born in Newmarket on January 30th, 1984. He graduated from Cardinal Carter High School in Aurora. The University of Guelph was his home while he completed his Baccalaureate in Science in Environmental Sciences and his Master of Science. Christopher's ultimate educational goal was achieved when he was accepted for admission into the University of Wollongong's Graduate School of Medicine in Nowra, Australia. He was pursuing his dream of becoming a physician at the time of his tragic death. Visitations will be held at St. John Chrysostom Church at 432 Ontario Street, Newmarket on Friday, December 17th from 2:00-4:00 and 6:00-7:30 p.m. A Celebration of Life will be held from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. on that day. The Funeral Mass will also be held at St. John Chrysostom on Saturday, December 18th at 11:00 a.m. followed by refreshments at 1:00 p.m. at St. Elizabeth Seton Parish Hall at 17955 Leslie Street, Newmarket. Words cannot express the depth of our appreciation for the loving tender care and kindness shown to our son by Dr. Lyndal Parker-Newlyn and her associates in Australia. Christopher was a keen environmentalist and would have wanted to leave a living legacy. Donations in Christopher's memory can be made to a memorial trust fund at any TD Bank (Account # 6473451, Transit # 0307). Cheques must be made payable to Gabrielle or Bernard Zweerman and no tax receipts can be issued. Christopher was also affiliated with many charitable causes. We kindly ask that you direct your contributions to The Canadian Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders or Southlake Regional Health Centre (please specify Volunteer Department). On-line condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
The Banner/ The Era, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010
In loving memory of a loving wife, mother and daughter Colleen Bapper
who passed December 9, 2009 You left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, and though we cannot see you, you are always at our side. Sadly missed and forever loved by your family. In loving memory of VITA & STEPHANIE NALLI December 13, 1999 Remembering you is easy We do it every day It's just the pain of losing you That never goes away Tony, Jamie, Nicholas, Brayden, Tanya & Alayna
Angela, Jen and Laura Dingwell would like to thank all of their family and friends for their kind words and support during this very difficult time, as well as for their generous donations to CAMH. They would also like to thank Greg and Carol Forrest of Forrest and Taylor Funeral Home, The Sutton Legion and Ladies Auxiliary, as well as all of the staff that cared for John at Southlake Regional Health Centre and St. Michael's Hospital.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS IN THE ESTATE OF HANNELORE ARMSTRONG (a.k.a. LORE ARMSTRONG) LATE OF THE TOWN OF NEWMARKET, LANDLORD, REALTOR AND BUSINESS OWNER, DECEASED. Creditors of the above-named deceased, who died at the Town of Newmarket, in the Regional Municipality of York on or about the 21st day of August, 2009, are hereby notified pursuant to the Trustee Act to send to the undersigned proof of their claim on or before the 4th day of January, 2011, after which date the assets of the Estate will be distributed, having regard only to the claims of which the undersigned then has notice. DATED at Newmarket, Ontario this 2nd day of December, 2010. Robert Thomas Lassaline, Estate Trustee, by his Solicitors STIVER VALE 195 Main Street South, Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 3Y9 905-895 4571 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS In the estate of Fred Robert Hunt Pensioner, Deceased. All persons having claims as creditors against the estate of the above mentioned, late of Pefferlaw, in the Regional Municipality of York, who died at Pefferlaw on March 24, 2009, are required to file proof of same with the undersigned on or before February 8, 2011. After that date the Public Guardian and Trustee will proceed to distribute the estate, having regard only to the claims of which she then shall have had notice. Anyone having knowledge of a Will or nextof-kin of the above mentioned is also requested to contact the undersigned. DATED at Toronto on December 07, 2010. PUBLIC GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE ESTATE TRUSTEE 595 BAY STREET, SUITE 800 TORONTO, ONTARIO M5G 2M6 File: 817094-015 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS All claims against the Estate of Ignazio Miroddi (also known as Joe Miroddi), of Newmarket, Ontario, who died on September 13, 2010, must be filed with the undersigned on or before January 15, 2011. Thereafter, the assets of the estate will be distributed with regard only to the claims then filed. DATED at Toronto, Ontario this 17th day of November, 2010. Tony Rotondi, Estate Trustee of the Estate of Ignazio Miroddi 54 Sandham Crescent Markham, Ontario, L3S 3M2
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To meet our publishing deadlines, all requests and photos must be submitted no later than Tuesday, December 21, 2010. Please allow extra time for the mail. Send or bring a good quality COLOUR photo no larger than 5”x7” to: Classiﬁed Department c/o The Era-Banner, P.O. Box 236, Newmarket ON L3Y 4X1 For details and email information call:
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Family and friends are proud to announce the engagement of Nicole Comrie to Travis Bain Wedding to take place 2011 Congratulations and much love to the happy couple!
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