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AGENCIES BAND TOGETHER ON PROJECT PAULINA HREBACKA email@example.com Since it was announced in 2018 that the Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) would receive funding toward a mental health and addictions hub for children and youth, plans have been in the works to bring the much-needed services to town. More than 20 mental health agencies working to improve care for children and youth across Leeds and Grenville have banded together to realize the new Mental Health & Addictions Health Hub for Children and Youth in North Grenville. The hub was officially launched at the KDH on May 11. Frank Vassallo, chief executive officer of the hospital, said the need for improved services locally was recognized in 2016 through public consultations during
the development of the hospital's strategic plan. "While the development of the hub is continuing, we are committed to rolling out services as they become available," said Vassallo. "This hub is representative of our need to bring change to the community." The first initiative of the hub, to open a walk-in clinic, was spearheaded by the leading agency in the collaborative, Children's Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville (CMHLG). The clinic opened in April and is hosted on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 3-5 Clothier Street in Kemptville, out of the CMHLG building. Children and youth aged 18 and younger and their families are welcome to drop-in. Professionals at the clinic offer consultations to focus on behavioural, emotional, and other mental health concerns through a collaborative and strength-based
process. KDH board chair Robert Morais said the hospital's partnership with local youth mental health agencies demonstrates an understanding of the community's needs and a determination to work toward the necessary solutions. May 5-11 was Children's Mental Health Week in Ontario. Local MPP Steve Clark was at the hub launch to touch on the province's recent moves to fund and support improved services in local communities, such as the recently announced $174 million which will fill gaps in mental health services across the province. "I'm proud that Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Addictions and Mental Health have received over $535,000 from that funding," he said. CMHLG received approximately $54,000. "When KDH experiences a 35 per cent increase in
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THE ISSUE: MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTIONS SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH LOCAL IMPACT: THE COLLABORATIVE EFFORT OF SEVERAL YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH AGENCIES ACROSS LANARK, LEEDS AND GRENVILLE HAS ENABLED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTIONS HEALTH HUB FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN NORTH GRENVILLE, WHICH WILL OFFER A VARIETY OF SUPPORTS, INCLUDING THE NOW OPEN WALK-IN CLINIC AT CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH OF LEEDS AND GRENVILLE (CMHLG) IN KEMPTVILLE and youth serving agencies together from across Leeds and Grenville. "We all have front line staff who are dedicated each and every day," she said. "We've all made a commitment, that as a family, you can reach out to any one of us and we're going to make
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sure that services are offered as a true collaboration." Representatives from Connect Youth in Prescott were also at the launch to talk about their process. Kris Van De Ven, program navigator, meets with referred individuals aged 1225 daily and directs them to the appropriate service provider. He accepts referrals from doctors, emergency rooms, parents, and self referrals. Dr. Irfan Moledina, consultant pediatrician at KDH has served the North Grenville community since 2014. He provided unique insight into patients' mental health needs in the area, noting he and his colleagues have been seeing more and more young individuals with all types of mental health concerns, and that finding the appropriate support for such individuals is often tedious, challenging, confusing, time consuming, and frustrating for families. Moledina has worked with many families with a wide range of mental health concerns for their children, including the case of a nineyear-old who is repeatedly suspended from school for aggressive behaviour; a 13year-old who has cut marks all over their arms; and a 7year-old who refuses to go to school and has regular panic attacks because they're constantly bullied. "As health care professionals, we're constantly running around in circles," he said. "Trying to find the right solution is what drove us to opening this hub in the first place, and it will serve as the foundation for the development of mental health care in our community."
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Reporter Paulina Hrebacka takes a closer look at the need for improved mental health services for children and youth within Leeds and Grenville, identified by Kemptville District Hospital in 2016. The hub represents a change in the way agencies provide health care with a collaborative approach.
TREE NURSERY CORRECTS INACCURATE MEDIA REPORTS PAULINA HREBACKA email@example.com Representatives from the Ferguson Tree Nursery in Kemptville attended the North Grenville committee of the whole meeting on May 7 to clarify some inaccuracies that have been published in the media last week. It was reported that as a result of the provincial government's cuts to funding for the 50 Million Tree Program, the local tree nursery would have to kill up to 3 million trees that would otherwise go unpurchased and unplanted, since the program has been cancelled and the nursery does not have the demand for the volume of seedlings without it. Carl Doucette, chair of the Ferguson Forest Centre board, started by stat-
ing that the tree nursery is in no danger of closing. "This is a hiccup," he said. "The decision by Forests Ontario to stop this program will mean a loss of revenue, but it's not going to close the Ferguson Forest Centre. Secondly, he clarified that no seedlings at the nursery will be killed. "Some of the press has been good; however, some of what has been printed is not true," he said. "We do not kill trees at the Ferguson Tree Nursery." Patchell said the 50 Million Tree Program made 40 per cent of the tree nursery's annual income, but they will be rolling out some strategies for recovery. "We have a number of other irons in the fire," he said. Nursery staff have
plans to manage their inventory and staffing differently, diversify their products and come up with new marketing directions. "Although it is very concerning, it's not going to be a killer at this point," said Patchell. Coun. John Barclay asked Patchell to unpack a recent newspaper headline which claimed that the nursery will be euthanizing 3 million trees. "Let us know a little bit about what is actually going to happen to stock that you don't anticipate having customers for," he said. Patchell explained that the 50 Million Tree Program was just one to which they provided bareroot seedlings. "We typically grow for the 50 Million Tree ProSee NO, page 4
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"Some of the press has been good; however, some of what has been printed is not true. We do not kill trees at the Ferguson Tree Nursery."
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slated for the program, they would not be able to obtain the trees, as they are in a state of active growth currently and would not survive the transplanting or shipping process. "They're becoming very active in growth and as soon as you start picking them, we'd be stressing them out," Patchell explained. "The temperatures are getting warmer and drier, so the trees would not have much of a
chance." Mayor Nancy Peckford asked what the best-case scenario for the fate of the 3 million trees would be. Aside from the government rescinding its decision, Patchell said he's received many significant expressions of interest in the seedlings. "There's the new owners of the NDF mill up in Pembroke; they contacted me today asking about future seedling availability,"
said Patchell. The new mill owners have 14 different mills - 13 in the states, and the Pembroke mill being the only one in Canada. "They're very active in planting for private lands in the states and they're interested in seeing what they can do here." Patchell added that he's received many calls from bankers who have asked how they can help the nursery. When Mayor Peckford asked for more details on the former 50 Million Tree Program, Patchell made an important distinction about Ontario's tree planting programs, as there are many existing reforestation programs planting millions of trees in Onta-
rio, but the 50 Million Tree Program was the only one focused on afforestation. "Just saving the seedlings on their own is not going to help the environment," he said. "What we really need to save is the tree planting program." Patchell explained that selling the seedlings without a planting program is not going to help. "The seedlings will go to waste," he said. "If you have a planting program, then you're establishing new forests, you're protecting our environment, cleaning the air, protecting our water, our soils - and that's what we really need to do. We need a planting program that's going to be out there for the long run."
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My mother-in-law passed away last month. She had suffered with dementia. When we heard, we hopped in the car for a drive into the city to see my father-in-law, Wally. He was sitting on the couch at his daughter's house, and he was exhausted. I went and sat beside him. "I'm sorry you lost your girl, Wally," I said, patting him on the knee. "Well, we knew she was sick two years ago," he explained. "The dementia got worse, day by day. And I lost her, day by day." At first, it was kind of cute, the way Lorna would forget things: her purse, her bowling schedule, how many glasses of Cuvee Speciale she'd had ... and then it began to take us by surprise. Soon she was forgetting recipes she had practiced for more than 50 years. Each Sunday she asked, "Whose baby is that?" or "Which of my sons are you married to?" Lorna wasn't sure what was happening, but she learned to cope. She would just smile and nod and pretend that she knew who was addressing her. But if you were a relatively new acquaintance, from the
past five years or so, your name would escape her. The disease took hold and the decline came quickly these past few months. Lorna met Wally in the early 1950s. He was sitting on her mother's living room couch one day when she came home from school. Her brother Bill had brought him home. Lorna took one look at the handsome man with the big grin and flashing eyes, walked into the kitchen and told her sister Dot: "See that man in the living room? That's the man I'm going to marry." Wally and Lorna were married for nearly seven decades. They raised five children together. Wally worked in metals at the National Research Council and while Lorna worked at a bank for a time, her domain was the kitchen. The aroma of her baking attracted neighbourhood kids to the kitchen door, where they were allowed "two cookies each" from the jar she kept there. Each day at lunch her children ran the few blocks home, where Lorna had covered the dining room table with open-faced peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on her fresh baked bread. Every Thursday she made dinner for the extended family. Her recipes were handed down through the generations, to her children and grandchildren. When it was time to sit down with the pastor and put a celebration of life together for Lorna, Wally had some strong ideas. His wife was not overly religious, he said, but she did like to attend church regularly. We got out the Bible and started choosing psalms and prayers of remembrance. Suddenly it hit me: "Lorna was a Proverbs 31 wife," I said, explaining the verse about the Wife of Noble Character, who was known for her strong work ethic, integrity, charity, strength and love of family. We decided to include that verse in the service readings.
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As local personalities served coffee, burgers and treats at McDonald's restaurants on May 8, children's families were checking into the Ronald McDonald House in Ottawa or using the two Ronald McDonald Family Rooms at CHEO. Money raised during the May 8 McHappy Day campaign totalled $44,440 from the restaurants in Smiths Falls, Perth, Carleton Place and Kemptville. Kudos to franchise owners Tim and Lorraine Carter and staff for such a valiant effort at fundraising for this worthwhile cause. More than 1,400 McDonald's restaurants participated in the national fundraising initiative by donating $1 for every Big Mac, Happy Meal and hot McCafe beverage sold. This, along with each community's generous support, will in turn will help more than 26,000 Canadian families every year stay at Ronald McDonald Houses across Canada while their children are being treated at nearby hospitals. Celebrity servers in the various restaurants included politicians, doctors,
lawyers, and firefighters. Since it opened its doors in June of 1984, Ronald McDonald House has provided a warm, safe, affordable, and compassionate environment for families with seriously ill children receiving medical services at CHEO. My family has been blessed and cursed at the same time. A young person in my life has been struggling with an illness and has been at CHEO several months. He's on the mend though - albeit a long and arduous task is in front of him. His parents have stayed at the Ronald McDonald House a few times, allowing the family an opportunity to all be at one place at the same time while visiting with the ill child. It's been a godsend for them to not have to worry about the two-hour commute to the hospital and back. The two family rooms offer a place of respite, relaxation and privacy within the wall of the hospital for family members of patients. I've not only been able to offer extended support to the family, but my husband and I have been able to stay with them longer due to these facilities on site. On behalf of those who have used these facilities, we say thanks to McDonald's restaurants and to their clients on another great fundraising effort. Laurie Weir is the news editor for the Perth Courier and the Smiths Falls Record News. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Keith Glass photo Juno Award-winning singer-songwriter Keith Glass will perform at the season opening event for the Kemptville Farmers' Market May 19. clear they love what they do, and their enthusiasm is as infectious as their music is engaging. 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.: Bruce Enloe is a native Texan and current resident of Kemptville who produces genre-defying (Americana, Beatle-pop, novelty, folk, rock ...), lyric-driven, unique music that often contains a mix of both comic wit and thoughtfulness. After several years fronting Kemptville's the Burning Sensations, he has recently released his third album and is spending the summer trying to play as many farmers' markets as possible. Bruce will be joined by a friend or two for a song or three for this event. 3 to 4 p.m.: Keith Glass is a singer-songwriter, instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin, bass), music producer and a founding member of Prairie Oyster, a group that has received multiple Juno and CCMA awards. Prairie Oyster toured in Canada, the United States and Europe for almost four decades. In 2008, Keith and his bandmates were inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and have received a SOCAN lifetime achievement award. Glass has had a great run recently with his new project, the
Keith Glass Band, recording a series of critically acclaimed albums and performing at venues and festivals throughout the region. The Kemptville Farmers' Market is a producers' market providing seasonally available, locally grown or produced vegetables, fruit, beef, chicken, lamb, sausage, herbs, flowers, seedlings, chocolate, baked goods, bread, beverages, crepes, honey, Indian and Thai cuisine, maple products, preserves, arts and crafts, and much, much more. The market runs every Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., from mid-May to the end of October. Visit us at 200 Sanders St., at the corner of Oxford and Rideau streets in Old Town Kemptville. For more information, contact the market by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Submitted by Bruce Enloe for the Kemptville Farmers' Market
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The Kemptville Farmers' Market is celebrating the grand opening of our 13th season, on May 19, from noon to 4 p.m., at 200 Saunders St. in Kemptville (B&H parking lot). This event is a sweet one for many reasons. In addition to activities for the kids, giveaways and, of course, all of our amazing local food and crafts, we will also be celebrating natural local sweetness, with special displays from all of our many honey and maple syrup producers. We are also happy to have a full slate of music for this year's grand opening. We are especially proud to announce our 13th-season headliner, Juno Award-winning singersongwriter Keith Glass. Support acts include Fiddlehead Stew (featuring members of Fiddlehead Soup and the Heroic Mad Peasants) and Bruce Enloe (singer-songwriter and market co-founder.) Noon to 1 p.m.: Fiddlehead Stew (a slight variation on the also quite popular Fiddlehead Soup) is a group one could describe as musical gypsies, new folk, chamber folk and, on one notable occasion, "Jefferson Airplane meets Dead Can Dance." Band members perform fiddle tunes in as many as 11 languages and with a host of instruments and stylings. You can never be sure which musical road they'll be travelling down in the next song, but it's always
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KEMPTVILLE GAINS NEW CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENT COMPANY STEVENS CREEK SHUTTER CO. BRINGS 30+ YEARS' EXPERIENCE TO PRESCOTT STREET PAULINA HREBACKA email@example.com With more than 30 years of experience in the home improvement industry, Will Pearl is opening a new studio space for his window treatment business, Stevens Creek Shutter Co., at 28 Prescott Street in Kemptville. The new location will function as a product showroom and client consultation space, located behind the Bodhi Tree Yoga Centre. Pearl is a seasoned expert in window treatments, having grown up in a family of professionals in the industry as his father, grandfather, and uncle all ran their own window treatment businesses in competition with each other in
the Hamilton area. He started making drapery tracks in the basement of his father's store when he was 12, then went on to do installations and sell products. Over his career, he has designed and installed custom drapes at the Governor General's residence, as well as the Prime Minister's office, the Senate and numerous embassies. Pearl operated Stevens Creek Shutter Co. in Ottawa for many years before he left the business for nearly a decade. "I came back to it a little over three years ago," he said. "I missed it all the time. It's creative, especially when you're designing drapery treatments, but there's also craftsmanship to it."
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Paulina Hrebacka/Metroland Will Pearl of Stevens Creek Shutter Company stands in his new location at 28 Prescott Street in downtown Kemptville, where he offers custom window treatments such as drapery, blinds, shades, and more for homes and commercial buildings. Stevens Creek is a fullline Hunter Douglas dealer, carrying as many Canadian products as they can, including wood and vinyl
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shutters, roller shades, and cellular shades. Pearl's drapery fabrics come from all over the world, from some suppliers that he's worked with since he was a teenager. To complement custom drapes, he often makes matching cushions. For down pillows, he works with an Ottawa-based company called Cuddle Down. Pearl said his favourite aspect of the business is when his clients receive their window treatments. "It's the 'wow' I witness when people get their finished product installed," he said. "They're always surprised at how big of a difference good window treat-
ments make." Pearl said blinds, shutters and shades are not just functional - they play a big part in establishing the look and feel of your home, so when it's done properly, it makes a significant difference. "It goes beyond privacy or being part of the décor," he continued. "The biggest reason to do it is home comfort - to control the heat and cold coming through the windows and maximize efficiency in terms of losing heat." Stevens Creek is the only Comfortex dealer in Eastern Ontario, carrying the most efficient window treatment products on the
market, which are cellular shades with side channels. Pearl says the side channels increase efficiency by an exponential number and has ordered them for customers with solar homes looking to invest in energy efficiency. As a specialist, Pearl says advertising and social media aren't the best tools to achieve growth. "My goal with every customer is not a quick sale I'm not working on commission," he said, "so I don't think about it. My experience in the business tells me the only way to grow long-term is referrals, so my focus is 100 per cent on happy customers." Pearl designs and installs custom window treatments for residential and commercial buildings, as well as decorative door glass.
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TWO MALE FELINES UP FOR ADOPTION AT LAWS The Lanark Animal Welfare Society has two male cats to showcase this week. Meet Fredson, whose looks are as unique as his name! This adorable sixmonth-old, neutered male loves getting attention from anyone he can and he rewards them with non-stop purring! You will fall in love with his cream and buff coat and his aqua eyes and want to give him a forever home. Come and meet Fredson at the shelter. Meet Sam, a grey and white, two-year-old, neutered male. Don't let his rough tough exterior fool you, he'll greet you with a little raspy, growly purr at first, but we've since figured out that's how he says
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"hello." Once he gets to know you and is comfortable, he is a big purring marshmallow who loves to be petted. Come and meet Sam at the shelter. If anyone has any spare time and knows one end of a hammer from the other, LAWS is looking for some volunteer help with the finishing aspects of the new addition. Please give the shelter a call at 613-283-9308 for more information. LAWS would like to thank all the generous peo-
ple who have dropped off items and/or donated money to help out our fur babies. We also had a great turnout at Festival of the Maples in Perth so thank you very much to everyone who stopped by to say hi or buy a LAWS hat. Follow us at www.facebook.com/lanarkanimals and/or lanarkanimals.ca. LAWS is located at 253 Glenview Rd., Smiths Falls. Submitted by LAWS
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LOCAL ARTISTS POP UP AT ABEL MOUNTAIN IN MERRICKVILLE PAULINA HREBACKA firstname.lastname@example.org A pop-up art gallery at a store in Merrickville is featuring three unique local artisans during the month of May. A portion of the retail space at Abel Mountain (306 St. Lawrence Street) now showcases original paintings and prints from Kemptville's Meredith Luce (Luce Ends), art jewelry pieces by Merrickville's Kenna McCall (TerrAdore), and one-of-a-kind ceramics from Johanna Jansen. Luce said the pop-up business model has proven to be very effective for the artists, and beneficial for both the gallery and the retail shop in making new demographics aware of their products. "I think it makes us more visible to people who wouldn't go to an art show; it gives us access to retail shoppers and tourists who are looking for interesting odds and ends," she said. The artists work with different mediums, offering a wide variety of works within the pop-up gallery. The retail shop location is a See GALLERY, page 25
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Paulina Hrebacka/Torstar Kemptville resident Meredith Luce of Luce Ends is one of the featured artists at Merrickville's Abel Mountain, where an art gallery pop-up is taking over a portion of the retail space to showcase local works. The pop-up is on for the month of May, to return in September with a fourth artist, wood turner Don Crowder.
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EVERY SPRING WOULD BRING NEW LIFE TO MOTHER LONG, DREARY WINTERS WERE ALWAYS DIFFICULT DURING 1930S, MARY COOK RECALLS MARY COOK Column
The ditches had dried up. The fields were ready to plant. Each day I could feel the warmth of spring all around us. With the coming of the longer, sunny days, Mother became a different person. All winter, it was like someone had pulled a window-blind over her face, only occasionally letting in a bit of light. For the most part when the days
and nights were dark and dreary, it was like Mother was waiting for something good to happen. And then the winter was over, and spring was here at last. Audrey and I were sitting alone on the swing in the grape arbour. Buds were just starting to come out, and soon there would be enough leaf-cover to make a haven for us outside where we could eat a meal and get away from the hot sun, or the steaming kitchen. I could hear Mother, through the opened window, singing a wordless tune, and the sounds of pots scraping on the Findlay Oval, and dishes against dishes. A feeling of complete contentment settled over me, but I wondered about Mother's change at the end of winter and the coming of spring.
I asked Audrey if she, so much older and so much wiser than I, noticed it too, or was it just my imagination. My sister paused for a few minutes, as she gathered her thoughts. "It's in the wintertime she misses New York the most," she said. Much of her answer escaped me ... much beyond the reasoning of a five or six-year-old. But I listened anyway. "She feels shut out from the rest of the world out here in Northcote, because the car is in the drive shed up on blocks, it's a long, cold trip into Renfrew in the cutter, so she only goes in on Saturdays to deliver her eggs." She paused again, and I thought that was the end of it. But she went on. "Did you ever notice how she reads and rereads that Philadelphia Inquir-
er paper that comes in the mail? Well, that connects her with everything going on in the place she left to come to live here in Northcote. She gets lonesome for her friend Rosie, and I think she feels trapped in the winter ... looking out at so much snow, and she worries about fire burning the house down, and her relatives in Ottawa who can't come out to visit. So, you see, Mary, winter isn't the best time for our Mother." I felt the utmost contentment knowing that winter was behind us, and that Mother would once again be her happy and contented self. Her seeds had come from her order to the Steele-Briggs catalogue, and were starting to sprout in the little square boxes on a table beside the back door. The
rolled-up braided rug had been removed from the parlour door where it had been since the first blasts of winter, and we could now sit on the horsehair settee and look at picture albums or read. Soon the spring housecleaning would begin ... the kitchen curtains washed and starched, and the braided rugs hung on the fence outside and beaten with the broom and rolled up for the summer. The sun had risen overhead and was beating down through the vines of the grape arbour, and I could feel myself dozing
off, leaning against my sister. And I was overcome with a feeling of joy and contentment. Mother was back ... everything was right in my world. Interested in an electronic version of Mary's books? Go to https:// www.smashwords.com and type MaryRCook for ebook purchase details, or if you would like a hard copy, please contact Mary at email@example.com. Mary is a longtime writer with several books in print and in electronic copies. Mary Cook's Memories appears as a regular column.
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The family of the late Gordon Daye would like to extend a special thank you to the nursing staff of the I.C.U., Dr. Hendry and Dr. Seaton of the Smiths Falls Community Hospital for their compassionate care given to our loved one. Also many thanks to the pallbearers: Brian Kelly, Charles Franklin, Matt Daye, Murray Reil, Dillan Reil and David Suveges; and thanks to many family and friends for their support. Sincere thanks to Shirley Yellen for the lovely eulogy at the service. Much appreciation to Lannins’ Funeral Home and Reverend Ryan for assisting our family through this trying time. The Daye Family
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Thank you! In Memory of Georgie Sloan
We wish to express our gratitude to our Mother’s friends and neighbours who gave us the opportunity to provide a bench and a donation in her memory to one of her favourite places. The children and staff at KAFRC (Kemptville Area Family Resource Centre) will be able to enjoy “Mom’s bench” due to your generosity. A special thank you to JPB Fabrication for creating this tribute. Treasure the Memories.
“Here I am Lord” The family of the late Elizabeth (Betty) McMullen, wish to extend our sincere thanks for the many kindnesses, compassion, condolences and support we have received during the passing of our Mother. We also send our utmost gratitude and appreciation to the staff of Willowdale retirement home, Hilltop Manor nursing home, Royal Canadian Legion (Branch 95), Poppy Service and Ladies Auxiliary, and to Trinity United Church- Rev Christopher Ryan and choir. A special thank you to Scott from Blair and Sons funeral home for his personal yet professional services and guidance during this difficult time. With much appreciation and thanks, Rick (Judy) McMullen, Stephen McMullen, Janet (Ron) Coutanche, JoAnne (Rod) Keays and families.
Born Zofia Ketaryna Gajda - October 10, 1932 Ukraine. Passed away peacefully at the Smiths Falls site of the Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital on Monday, May 6, 2019, joining her dearly loved and long missed husband Don Wilson who passed away in 1994. Sophie was the beloved mother of the late Brian Wilson (2017), of Shawn (Tracy) Wilson, and the cherished and forever missed Grandmother of Josh Wilson who gave her endless pride and joy. Sophie is also survived by her sister Mary Levere, sisters-inlaw Chris Gayda & Marie Gayda as well as many dearly loved nieces and nephews. Also predeceased by Grandaughter Bayley, brothers Mike, Henry, Nick and Ed, brothersin-law Bob Levere and Victor Wilson and by her parents Stanley and Anna Gayda. Respecting Sophie’s wishes, no formal visitation or funeral will take place. Interment at the Merrickville Union Cemetery will take place at a later date. In Sophie’s memory, donations to CHEO or the Charity of Your Choice are appreciated. Condolences for the family may be left at www.lannin.ca
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CARRON, Paul “P.J.”
(Co-Founder of Capital Environmental Ventures Inc.) (Member Renfrew Lions Club) Following a brief illness, Paul passed away peacefully at Hospice Renfrew on Friday afternoon, January 11, 2019. He was 72. Son of the late James Carron and the late Pamela Kennedy-Sloane. Friend of Ann Yates of Barrhaven. Loved father of Laurie Robinson of Red Deer, Alberta and Christine Roschaer of Montreal. Grampa of Avery, Alyssa and Ayden Robinson and Great-Grampa of Mason Robinson. “Big Bro” of Diane Aubé of Burlington; Anita Schubrink-Delarge (Sandie) of Arnprior and Jane Carron of Winnipeg. Fondly remembered by his good friend, Delbert Peever, many nieces and nephews and friends all over the world. Paul spent the last years of his life working on something we all need… “Water”. The Earth’s safety began with water - Our mission is to maintain that “privilege”. Special thanks to Dr. Pinard as well as the nurses, staff and volunteers at Hospice who helped make Paul’s final journey more bearable. “Thanks Delli for being there for me!” Paul’s final care has been entrusted to the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior where visitation will be held on Saturday, May 25 from 10:30 to 11:15. A tribute to Paul will follow in the Pilon Family Chapel at 11:30. Interment Flat Rapids Cemetery. A luncheon will then take place at the White Lake Women’s Institute Hall. In memory of Paul, a donation to Hospice Renfrew would be appreciated. Condolences/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca
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A celebration of the life of Norman Bernard Thomlinson will be held at the Perth Legion, 26 Beckwith Street East, on Saturday May 25, 2019 from 12:30 to 4pm. Norman was born and raised in Rideau Ferry and passed away in Ottawa on November 24, 2018. Come, share stories and remember this avid outdoorsman and craftsman.
WILSON, Sophia Kathleen (nee Gayda)
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Greg and Debbi Bowes are very proud to report that their son Wesley has received his Registered Professional Forester (RPF) designation. Wes graduating from CPHS and made the Dean’s list while earning a Degree in Forestry from Sir Sanford Fleming College. He worked as a forest fire fighter and as a forestry technician in Alberta and BC before earning a Natural Resource Management degree from the University of British Columbia. Wes and his partner Kaitlin recently started their own consulting company providing layout, planning and design services for forestry operations, and supervision, audit and environmental compliance of reforestation programs. They currently live in the Salmon Arm area of BC.
I wish to say thank you to the staff at Van Horne, the Smiths Falls Legion, Branch 95, to my family and friends for the birthday cards, best wishes and parties on the occasion of my 100th birthday. Ormand Van Dusen
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Kirkham, Roy Joseph
Peacefully at the Queensway Carleton Hospital with his loving family by his side, Roy went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at the age of 88 years. Beloved husband of Theresa (nee McParlan) for over 63 years. Devoted father of Gerard (Susan), Marlowe, Wayne, Bradley (Rosanne), Carolyn (Chris) and Tania (Cameron). Cherished grandfather of 10 and great-grandfather of 7. Predeceased by his parents Joseph and Edna (nee Dowdall), and by his siblings Earl, Harold, Willy and Ruth. Friends were received at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, 15 Gore St., W., Perth on Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated in St. John’s Church, Perth on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 11:00 A.M. Interment followed at St. Bridget’s Cemetery, Stanleyville. In remembrance of Roy, contributions to St. Bridget’s Church, Stanleyville would be appreciated by the family.
DeZago, Dawn (Dunlop)
June 18, 1968 December 18, 2018 DeZago, Dawn L. (Dunlop) Dawn was born in Perth, Ontario Canada on June 18, 1968. She had worked in the dental industry as a certified dental assistant for over 20 years in Ontario, Canada. Dawn moved to the United States where she married James DeZago on June 20, 2010. She enjoyed traveling to new places and spending time with friends and family. She is survived by her husband, James DeZago of New Windsor, NY, parents, Thomas & Cheryl Dunlop, sister, Corrie Dunlop and brother, Troy Dunlop all of McDonalds Corners, Ontario Canada, and maternal grandparents, Albert & June Desloges of Vancouver Island, British Columbia Canada. Dawn did not have any children but adored her nieces and nephews Reid, Alyssa, Taylor, and Emma as well as her grand niece Kali. She is also survived by her husband’s parents Richard & Karen DeZago of Lakeville, PA. Family and friends are invited to a service for Dawn in the Blair & Son Funeral Home Chapel, 15 Gore St. West, Perth on Sunday, June 9th, 2019 at 12:00 Noon followed by a reception in the Blair & Son Reception Centre.
STREET Beverly Wayne
Peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Monday May 6, 2019. Beverly Wayne Street at the age of 72. Predeceased by parents, Cecil and Vivian Street. Beloved husband of Sophia Street. Proud loving father of Heather (Shane) Blondin and Rob (Cathy) Street. Cherished step father to Joe Campeau (Wendy) and Chantal Campeau (Renato). Adored grandfather to Justin (Ashley) Kinch, Ryan (Holly) Kinch, Dylan (Katie) Kinch, Haileigh Kinch, Brandon Burnham, Nick and Julia Street. Loving step grandfather to Devon and Daphne Campeau. Great grandfather to Veralee Kinch, Justin and Ashley’s treasured expected arrival and Ryan and Holly’s eagerly awaited arrival. Dear brother to Leslie (Adele) Street, Judy (Harold) Jordan, predeceased by his brother Hubert Street and his beloved dog Becky Street. Predeceased by his mother and father-in-law Evelyn and Eugene Curran. Sadly missed brother-in-law to Jack (Carol) Curran, Gerald (Barbara) Curran, Evelyn (Jack) Traynor, Peter (Carolann) Curran, Mary (Terry) King, Jim (Sandra) Curran. Predeceased by brothers-inlaw Eugene and Philip Curran. Fondly remembered by numerous nieces and nephews, cousins and extended family and many good friends. Friends paid their respects at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, 112 Beckwith St. N., Smiths Falls, Friday, May 10, 2019 from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funeral service was held at the St. Francis de Sales Church, Smiths Falls, Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. Interment, Maple Vale Cemetery. In memory of Bev donations to the Gerry Lowe Foundation, St. Francis de Sales/Blessed Sacrament Building Maintenance Fund or St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church Building Fund would be appreciated.
Passed away peacefully at the Ottawa Civic Hospital on April 30th, 2019, in his 69th year, surrounded by family. Son of the late Henry and Eileen Collie of Appleton, husband of the late Deborah (nee Deyell). Beloved father of Matthew (Kiscel) and Graham (Samantha); brother of Stephen (Diane) and Michael (Nancy), and uncle of Lindsay, Jennifer (Jessie), and Mackenzie. The family expresses deep gratitude to the ICU staff at OCH for their care and support. Interment will be private. A gathering of friends and family to share in memories will be held from 2 PM to 5 PM, on June 9, 2019, at the Army Navy Airforce Club, 315 Townline Road, Carleton Place. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Ottawa Chinese Community Service Center would be appreciated by the family.
Cameron, Ruth E.
Ruth passed away peacefully at Hilltop Manor, Merrickville on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the age of 95. Beloved wife of the late Jack Cameron. Predeceased by her parents Roy and Minnie (Gray) Kerfoot. Predeceased by her sisters and brothers Reta (late Joe) Warwick, Joyce (late Len) Miles, Jack (late Vi) Kerfoot, Clarence (Leita) Kerfoot, Stan (late Norma) Kerfoot, Bob (Jean) Kerfoot, Arnie (late June) Kerfoot, Bill (Della) Kerfoot. Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, cousins extended family and friends. Private family services will be held with interment at Hillcrest Cemetery. In memory of Ruth, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
Ferguson, Evelyn Agnes Anna (Crosbie)
Evelyn “Evie” Ferguson; peacefully at Lanark Lodge in Perth, on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 surrounded by her loving family, in her 83rd year. Predeceased by her cherished husband of 55 years Wilfred Edward Ferguson. Beloved mother of Arthur (Debbie), Joan (Richard) Sargeant, Joe (Donna), Faron, Lynda (Tom) Roberts, and Janet Foster (Mike Barclay). Loving Nanny to Cindy (Scott) Graham, Angela (Keith) Dean, Megan (Andy) Moore, Alana (Jason), Marci (Ryan) Bruyere, Jonathan (Tasha), Heidi (Justin) Edwards, Jenna (Brad), Braden, Kayla (Todd), Phillip (Leanna), Michael (Emily) and Deven (Maggie). Great-grandmother of Jett, Rowan, Jace, Remi, Cambrie, Van, Livvie, Leni, Arthur, Alister, Wyatt, Jake, Jacob, and Dawson. Predeceased by her parents Arthur and Irene (Gemmill) Crosbie and her siblings Marjorie Buchanan, Jay, Kenneth, Carmen, Jack, Ivan, Terry and William. Dear sister to Jean Greer, Jess, Alf, Edith Devlin, Tom, Gail Campbell, Julia James, Shirley Kargakos and Barbara Perry. Evelyn will be sadly missed by her faithful friend Joyce Thomas. Evelyn was most at home in her kitchen cooking for her family and friends. She was head cook at the Park Lake Junior Ranger camp for over 20 summers. She displayed her creativity by decorating wedding and birthday cakes for many years. She was an enthusiastic member of the K&P Quilters. Evelyn lived most of her life on “Ferguson Hill Farm” located between Clyde Forks and Flower Station. Friends called at the O’Dacre Family Funeral Home, 15 Victoria Street, Perth on Monday, May 13 from 2 until 4 and 6:30 until 9PM. Mass of Christian Burial took place on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 10AM at St. Johns Church Perth. Interment was at St. Declan’s Cemetery. Reception at Civitan Club of Perth followed the service. In remembrance of Mrs. Ferguson, donations to the Alzheimer’s Society of Lanark County or the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Mrs. Ferguson’s funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the O’Dacre Family Funeral Home, Perth.
Peacefully at Stoneridge Manor on May 6, 2019, at the age of 77. Beloved husband of Linda (nee Miller). Loving father of Stephanie and Leanne (Ken). Proud grandfather of Eryn and Brenna. Will be missed by his siblings Beverly, Carol (Louis), Peter (Vicki), Donald (Barbara), Jane (Mike) Boyd, and sister-in-law Judy. Friends may visit the family at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home 19 McArthur Avenue Carleton Place, on Saturday May 25, 2019, from 12 noon until time of the service in the chapel at 2:00 p.m. The family would like to thank the staff at Stoneridge Manor for their loving care. For those who wish, a donation to the Alzheimer’s Society would be appreciated by the family.
Hamilton, Maureen Frances (Duffy)
April 22, 1923 March 18, 2019. Mom passed away at Perth Community Care Centre on March 18, 2019 in Perth, Ontario supported by the love and care of her personal care worker, Ronda. Mom was born in Saint John, NB, to Evelyn Duston and Leo Duffy. Maureen and her late husband, Harold (deceased August 13, 2016), marked 65 years together, and while raising their children, resided in Yarmouth, NS, Aylmer, QC and Ottawa, ON. Maureen had an adventurous spirit and was always willing to follow her heart and her family, wherever they may have taken her. She was an avid reader and enjoyed activities such as bowling and linedancing in her spare time. While raising her growing family of eight children, she enjoyed working as a secretary for Symmes High School in Aylmer Quebec, and the Ottawa Boys’ and Girls’ Club. She was also a proud member of the Catholic Women’s League. Upon retirement, Maureen and Harold settled into cottage life in Griffith, Ontario where they looked forward to visits from family and friends. In later years, they established themselves in Renfrew, Ontario before joining family in Perth, Ontario. Maureen was predeceased by her cherished daughter Susan Beaupre and treasured grand- daughter Crystal Hamilton. She was the loving and respected mother of Nancy (Frank) Chartrand, of Aylmer, QC, Christopher (Rose Elaine), of Dartmouth, NS, Brian (Valery), of Lacombe, AB, Maureen (Michael) Bischoff, of McDonalds Corners, Duston (Shelley), of Carleton Place, Deborah (Patrick) Foley, of Perth, and Elizabeth (James) Desrosiers of Saskatoon, SK. She was a dear mother-in-law to Rene Beaupre and the proud grandmother and great-grandmother to many grandchildren from the east to west coasts of Canada. Maureen will be remembered for her easy- going spirit as well as her patient and loving nature. Funeral service will be held at Blair & Son Funeral Home, 15 Gore St. West, Perth on Friday May 24th, 2019 at 10:30 A.M. Interment will be held in Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery, Griffith, Ontario. “Over hill and dale and far away, ‘till we see the blue sky and roam no more”
Curtis, John Davis
1935 - 2019 John passed away on February 17, 2019. He was the beloved husband and best friend of his wife Nancy (nee Tuck) of 60 years, father to Laurie Fraser (Jim), Debbie Banks (Sandy McInnes), David (Karen). Loving Poppa to Kara and Graeme Fraser, Kelsey, Jacob and Liam Banks and Alex, Emma and Matthew Curtis. Beloved brother to Bob (Pat) of St. Thomas. John was the longest serving principal of Kemptville Agricultural College of Technology (KCAT), a place he dearly loved. His love of agriculture extended to many places and organizations. John was a long time member of St. John’s United Church (Kemptville), the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation and the Masonic Lodge #28. He leaves many dear friends in Golf Lakes Park, Bradenton, Florida where he and Nancy were able to spend many winters. Friends are invited to a Memorial Service at St. John’s United Church, 400 Prescott Street, Kemptville, on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 10:00 am. A Celebration of life Reception will be held at the W.B. George Centre at the Kemptville College Campus, on Shearer Street, Kemptville, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Donations or tributes to John may be made to the Kemptville District Hospital or St. John’s United Church. Arrangements in care of the Kemptville Chapel of Hulse, Playfair & McGarry. Condolences/Tributes/Donations Hulse, Playfair & McGarry www.hpmcgarry.ca 613-258-2435
BARBER, Michael “Mike” Bruce
Of Smiths Falls, passed away peacefully with his family by his side at Kingston General Hospital after a courageous battle with heart disease on Saturday, May 4th, 2019. He was in his 70th year. Mike, cherished husband for over 50 years of Carol. Devoted father to Tricia (Jim Scissons) Barber, and Nicole (Todd Schulstad) Barber. Proud poppa of Lindsey (Shawn) Flynn, Taylor (Melissa Harris) Richards, Brenna (Anthony Spencer) Wintle, and Tallon Wintle. Great poppa of Ivy, Ava, and Scarlett Flynn. Loving brother of Walter Barber, Gerry (Colleen) Barber and predeceased by his sister Geralda Chapman, and twin sister Maureen Bonny. Mike will also be lovingly remembered by his extended family, nieces, nephews and many friends. Family and friends called at Lannin Funeral Home, 32 Main Street East, Smiths Falls, on Thursday, May 9 from 2:00-4:00 and 6:00-8:00 PM. A Funeral Service was held at 11:00 AM on Friday, May 10 at St. Francis De Sales Roman Catholic Church, 17 Elmsley Street North, Smiths Falls. A reception followed the service in Hanley Hall. Donations in Mike’s memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.lannin.ca
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HALL, Mary Rita Noreen, aged 79 years. Peacefully, at her daughter’s home, on May 8, 2019, with family by her side. Loving mother of Christine Kingsley, the late Heather MacPhee (Dan), the late Brian, Michael (Wendy) and Arlene. Very cherished grandmother of Thomas, John, Michael, Jake, William, Matthew and Joshua. Pre-deceased by her spouse, Martin Hall. Caring Sister-inlaw and Aunt to the extended Hall family. Noreen cherished her many friendships and her cat, Panther. She was a member of the community of South Mountain and a devoted parishioner of St. Daniel the Martyr Church. In addition to being a mother, Noreen had many interests and roles, including modeling, banking, lab technician and retail sales assistant. She was also the St. Daniel’s church organist for 50 years. Noreen’s family would like to thank Dr. Gregory Leonard for his excellent care, as well as those who provided care subsequent to her cancer diagnosis. Service Details Family and friends may visit the Byers Funeral Home, 2990 Church Street, South Mountain (613-989-3836) from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 12, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Daniel’s Church, South Mountain, on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Interment at St. Daniel’s Church Cemetery. Reception to follow the Mass at the South Mountain Agricultural Hall. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made at www.byersfuneralhomeinc.com.
Hammond, Raymond Paul
Unexpectedly in hospital at Ottawa, on Thurs., May 2, 2019. Douglas E. “Doug.” Fleming of Pakenham, age 87 years. Beloved son of the late George & Stella (Langford) Fleming. Dear brother of Glenn of Calgary. Predeceased by 3 sisters; Helen (Keaton) Bradley, Edna and Etta Wilson. Relatives & friends are invited to a Service Celebrating Doug’s life in St. Andrew’s United Church, Pakenham on Saturday, May 25 at 11 AM. Interment to follow in the family lot in Union Cemetery, Pakenham. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of C. R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel Inc. (127 Church St., Almonte, ON., 613-256-3313). For those who choose to honour Doug. with a memorial donation, please consider St. Andrew’s United Church or Union Cemetery, Pakenham. Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com
Peacefully, at Almonte Country Haven on Thursday, December 20, 2018, at the age of 93. Predeceased by her husband Harvey Ruttle. Loving mother of Carol (Alex) McNeely of Ferguson Falls, Marie (Jim) Benedict of Perth and predeceased by her son Kenny. Dear sister of Elsie Bennett (the late Howard) of Smith’s Falls, Allan (Eleanor) Code of Carleton Place, Vera Duego (the late Lorne) of Ottawa, Mary (James) Johnston of Manotick, Lloyd (Reta) Code of Carleton Place. Edna will be fondly remembered by her much loved grandchildren Tommy, Barry, Heather, Donna, Barbara, Joanne, Matthew, great-grandchildren Josh, Devan, Allyssa, Zack, Kyla, Taylor, Amber, Allan, Ava. She is also survived by her sistersin-law Dorothy, Joan, Mary Ellen, Marilyn and her brother in-law Garth, and several nieces and nephews. Edna is also predeceased by her granddaughter Janet, her sisters Anna (Ken) Avery, Evelyn Workman, her brothers Stanley, Bill, Fred, Gordon. Graveside service will take place at Boyd’s United Cemetery on Saturday May 25, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Edna was a longtime member of Boyd’s UCW and Boyd’s United Church. For those who wish, a donation to Boyd’s United Church would be appreciated by the family.
Joy Martin (Nee: Bishop)
Joy sadly passed away peacefully at the Heart of Hastings Hospice in Madoc, Ontario on May 7, 2019 in her 70th year, born in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Best Friend and spouse of Gerry Martin, Ardoch, ON. She will be sadly missed by her sons Bob (Jeanne) Abbotsford, B.C. and Bill (Carol) Kingston, ON. She will always be cherished in the hearts of her four Grandchildren: Ryan, Robbie, Emily and Lucy. She is survived by her brother Paul and sisters Daisey and Flo. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Clarendon/Miller Hall, 6598 Buckshot Lake Road, Plevna, ON on Sunday, May 19th 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Donations may be made to the Clar-Mill Volunteer Firefighter’s Association or the Heart of Hastings Hospice, Madoc. Irish Blessing “May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live”. GINGRAS, Gilbert Gerald Gerry passed away November 30th, 2018 at the age of 57 years. Remembered by his mother Marg McMullen and predeceased by his father Gerald VanAlstine, stepfather Andrew McMullen and brother Daniel VanAlstine. Survived by his siblings Eugene ‘Chuck’ VanAlstine (Tammy), Donna Forget, Donald McMullen and Debbie McMullen and his sister-in-law Roxanne. Remembered by his nieces and nephews, Todd VanAlstine, Melanie VanAlstine (Tim, Jaide), Deanna VanAlstine (Dwight, Molli-Marie), Dawson VanAlstine, Barbara and Mathew Zevfelt as well as many friends and family. A celebration of Life was held on Saturday, May 11th, 2019 at the Perth Civitan Hall, Highway 43 from 10:00 AM until 2:00 P.M. Interment was held at 11:00 A.M. at the Scotch Line Cemetery. In remembrance, contributions to the John Howard Society would be appreciated.
Tomkinson, Agnes “Aggie”
September 13, 1930 May 3, 2019 Peacefully at the Almonte General Hospital with her daughters at her side, Aggie passed away at the age of 88. Predeceased by her husband Richard and her brothers and sisters. She leaves behind loving daughters Wendy Rodger (Bruce) and Cindy Fox. Adored Nan to Bailey, Hunter, Kirsten, Lauren, Matt and Rick, and dear sister-in-law to Bruce Tomkinson (Marita) and Ardyth Davidson. Aggie will be deeply missed by many nieces and nephews, and her community of friends at Carleton Place Terrace and Almonte Country Haven. Her witty sense of humour and love of laughter leaves a huge void in all our lives. Family and friends are invited to the memorial service in the Chapel at the Alan R. Barker Funeral Home 19 McArthur Avenue, Carleton Place, on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. For those who wish, a donation to Almonte General Hospital would be appreciated by the family.
Young, Michael John
March 22, 1955 March 19, 2019 Suddenly, on March 19, 2019, we lost our dear brother and uncle, Michael John Young, in his 64th year. Mike was the beloved son of Marjorie (Reis) and Aldon MacMunn. He was the cherished brother of Gary (Maureen) MacMunn, the late Shirley and Colin MacMunn, Susan MacMunn-Titus (Mark Powell), Jack (Morag) of Australia, and Pamela and Robert MacMunn of England. He was also pre-deceased by his brother-in-law Kevin Titus. Mike will also be greatly missed by his many nieces and nephews, and by his many friends, whom we are so grateful to for sharing in his life. Cremation has taken place and a private family interment is to follow. Arrangements are in the care of Blair & Son, 15 Gore St. West, Perth. Donations in Mike’s memory to the Neurofibromatosis Society, and the Great War Memorial Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated.
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Passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer on Thursday, May 9th, 2019 at the Carleton Place Terrace with her family by her side. Hazel is survived by her children Debbie (Arden) Langille, Barb (Mark) Bissonette, Laurel Carpenter (Pat Perrin), 5 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren, sisters Marge Davidson and Linda (Ron) Frykas, and several nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her husband Albert, and brother-in-law Rene Davidson. There was a Legion Service Tuesday, May 14th, at 1:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #192 Carleton Place, 177 George St. Carleton Place, Ontario. Arrangements have been entrusted to Alan R. Barker Funeral Home, Carleton Place. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Carleton Place Legion would be appreciated by the family.
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(Ret’d Sgt - Ottawa Police) (October 22, 1944 May 6, 2019) It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Ray in the Rosamond Wing of the Almonte General Hospital. He had endured a lengthy illness with strength and a remarkable sense of humour. He was a master of the one liner and enjoyed having the last word! Loving husband and best friend of Ruth. Devoted brother to Liliane, predeceased by his son Shawn and sister Denise (Patoine). Also survived by many loved nieces and nephews. Sadly missed by Ruth’s children Jason Spreckley (Jennifer), granddaughters Grace and Ella, and Tanya Spreckley (Peter Turner) and granddaughter James. Affectionately known as “Grandpa Ray” to all! In keeping with the family wishes there will not be a visitation. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 11am in Holy Name of Mary Parish (134 Bridge St., Almonte, ON.) Interment at a later date in the Auld Kirk Cemetery. Donations in memory of Ray may be made to the Almonte General Hospital Fairview Manor Foundation. Funeral Arrangements Entrusted Into The Care Of C. R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel Inc. (127 Church St., Almonte, ON. 613-256-3313) Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com
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BAKER, John - In memory of our Father, Father-In-Law and Grandfather who passed away May 19, 1993; Partings come and hearts are broken, Loved ones go with words unspoken, Deep in our hearts there’s a memory kept, For a Father and Grandfather we will never forget. Missing you always, Sharon, Kevin, Meagan, Chad April and Lynn
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BARR, GLENN In loving memory of a dear husband, father, poppa and great-grandfather who passed away May 19, 2011. You did so many things for us Your heart was so kind and true And when we needed someone We could always count on you The special years will not return When we are all together But with the love in our hearts You walk with us forever. Peg, Steve, Judy, Shane, Joanne, Kim, Kevin, Scott, Kristy, Sheldon, Donna and families.
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Stanley William Code June 6, 1923-May 10, 2016 God saw you getting weary, And did what he thought best. He put His arms around you, And took you home to rest. Always remembered Dorothy and family
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Aluminum fishing boat. Wanted: Classic & Vintage 4 year old male beagle, HALL RENTAL cars & trucks. Please call looking for good home, Call 285-9806. Mark 613-360-2699. good with kids. $100. HANLEY HALL 613-797-5507 or Corner of 613-258-4217 Male puppy, British McGill & William Sts. Golden Retriever, 8-10 weeks old. Call Smiths Falls WANTED Shih Tzu puppies, males 3 283-0804 after 6 p.m. Air conditioned months old, vet check and Handicap accessible shots. $500 or best offer. 613-283-0220 Two 7 month old females, vet checked and shots. 613-258-7919. Office space available. The Maple Centre, Smiths Falls. Includes BUSINESS common Board Room, OPPORTUNITY his/her washrooms, parking, utilities. $450 and $750/month. Pet Boutique and Available immediately. Grooming Shop for sale Call 613-812-0693. Old photos of Smiths Looking for an experiFARM Falls, 1901-1980’s. Call enced groomer that 283-0804 after 6 p.m. would like to be their Carleton Place, own boss. For more info Commercial TOM’S CUSTOM please contact Business Downtown Space available June 1st, OLD WOODEN DECOYS. Sell Canada.com, listing 760 sq.ft., 154 Beckwith AIRLESS PAINTING Interested in buying and/or no. 92311002. Specializing in roof St., $750.00 month plus photgraphing for historical barn & aluminum/ utilities. Please call research. I enjoy viewing vinyl siding painting old wooden decoys and WANTED TO RENT 613-257-5711 *30 years experience. other carvings. Polite, re*Screw nailing and spectful, confidential serFOR RENT Professional handyman roof repairs. vice. Free evaluation. 54 seeks apt willing to Contact 613-376-6723 or Insured and Bonded trade services for rent 613-888-9540 or website Free Estimates reduction, over 35 years 1 Room for rent, 42 www.ontariodecoys.ca experience must have Church St West, Smiths (613)283-8475 large windows or lots of Falls, full-time working quiet person, all inclusive, sunlight please email Wanted - furnace oil, will M i c h a e l . L . B o l l m a n @ $120/wk. 613-812-2400. remove tank if possible. LIVESTOCK gmail.com or call Carleton Place, 1 bedCall 613-479-2870. 613 381-7988 room granny suite, all inclusive, $1400/month. Wanted to buy, horses, immediately. Wanted for scrap: cars, colts and ponies, all types. Classifieds Available 613-257-5094 between trucks, vans and applianc- Contact Bob Perkins at es. Phone 613-551-6698. 613-342-6030. Get Results! 9-2.
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Ash wagon stringers Cedar pickets, rails, post and 2” ash planking. Call & mill logs for sale. Call or 613-258-3854 (leave text 613-913-7958. message). Dan Peters Sales Centre. Cash paid for private We buy & sell quality used appliances. 3768 collections, estates, business Liquidations & Hwy 43 West, Smiths more. Call or text Dan Falls. Call or text Dan 613-285-4224. 613-285-4224
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McDANIEL - In memory of Terry (Turk). May 17, 2011 Thinking of you today, But that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday, And the day before that too I’ll think about you tomorrow, And as the years come and go, I’ll think about you forever, Because I love you so.
MOODIE - In loving memory of dear parents and grandparents Gertrude Klock (Church), May 12, 2006 and Eric Jackson, August 8, 1982. We thought of you today, But that is nothing new, We thought of you yesterday, And will tomorrow too. We think of you in silence, And make no outward show, For what it meant to lose you, Only those who love you know. Remembering you is easy, We do it everyday, It’s the heartache of losing you, That will never go away. We will always love you. Fay, Larry, Rebecca and Michael
Colonel By Luxury adult apartments. Close to County Fair Mall in Smiths Falls. Air conditioning, exercise room, party room, library and elevator. 613-283-9650.
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MALE 73 seeks female 65+ for long term. 613-622-5887
Female, seeking gentleman over 75. 613-230-5574
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HOME/PROPERTIES WANTED SERIOUS DAIRY farmer seeking 100-250 acres productive soil and decent buildings. Also dedicated beef farmer requires 60-200 acres with good house and barn for cash. Call Gerry H u d s o n : 1-613-449-1668. Sales Representative of Remax Riverview Realty Ltd. Brokerage. PREMIUM PLACE paid for modest waterfront home or cottage. Free evaluation upon request. Call Gerry Hudson: 1-613-449-1668. Sales Representative of Remax Riverview Realty Ltd. Brokerage.
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Remax Riverview Reality Ltd. Brokerage Gerry Hudson: Sales Representative 1-613-449-1668 SMITH FALLS; charming creek side 100 acres estate farm property. 70 acres deep fillable loam ever flowing wide creek. Large barns, garage, shop, full barn. Bright and Cheerful 9 room home 10 minutes from Smith Falls price $590 000. COMMERCIAL, SMITH FALLS; huge tree corner town lot over an acre. Large garage and workshop. Ample room to build a new home or expand. A steal under $135 000. WORLD CLASS WATERFRONT RESORT. 100 picturesque wooded acres. State of the art modern guest cottages, over 600 feet clean shoreline on popular water way, fully equipped and operational, M.L.S. Will trade for your property/apartment complex/business property. IN TOWN SMITH FALLS; classy and charming 3 bedroom Victorian red brick home centre of town. Full dry basement with high ceiling. Walk up 3rd story attic with possibilities, $179 000. SMITH FALLS; 8 park lake private tree acres. Spacious 3 bedroom home needing work. Huge garage and work shop, huge separate garage work shop, under $234 900. SMITH FALLS COMMERCIAL; Roger Stevens Dr. Almost an acre lot. Huge shop and apartment. Ample room for more buildings. Motor Home included bargain $134, 000 OBO. SMITH FALLS; centre of town newly listed red brick spacious Victorian home. 10ft high basement, clean and dry, 4 bedrooms, balcony, large rear yard. 900 square foot of carpeted attic space. Bargain $179 000.
Handy Man Home Improvements, general Repairs, Decks, fences, Deck Staining, Painting, Renovations, Drywall, Sheds, Dump Runs. Power washing. Free Certified Mason. 15 years E s t i m a t e s , experience. Chimney re- 613-572-1959 pair, restoration, parging, repointing. Brick, block and stone. Small/big job specialist. Free estimates. WORK WANTED 613-250-0290.
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HOME IMPROVEMENTS No job too small! Free estimates • Home Renovations • Plumbing Repairs • Painting/cleanup • Concrete work Doug Morley 257-7177
BUILDING AND REPAIRS Heritage Stone, Brick and Block Footings, Foundations, Concrete Finishing, Log Chinking, and Chimney Sweeping Will go anywhere!
Lawn Mowing, Reasonable & reliable. weekly or as needed. Call for an appt. 613-283-7782
Handyman Service looking for full time labourers to do handyman work, landscaping, cutting grass, yard cleanup. 613-267-5460.
SUMMER STUDENT POSITION HERITAGE INTERPRETER The Lanark and District Museum, under the Township of Lanark Highlands, has received funding from the Young Canada Works to hire a student for 13 weeks at 35 hours/week between May 22 and August 31, 2019 at $14/hr. Applicants must be between the ages of 15 and 30. The Heritage Interpreter will meet with the public, research historical material; help maintain the museum collection from Lanark and area. Students with experience in museum work or students pursing studies in history or related fields at College or University will find this position offering valuable experience.
Access Taxi requires Full and Part-Time drivers for Perth and Smiths Falls
Should be familiar with streets and surrounding roads. Top of the industry remuneration paid. Excellent supplemental income for semi-retired and retired persons. Please call Brett
Lanark County seeks applications for a Regular Full-Time Ontario Works Clerk in our Social Services Department starting June 10th, 2019. REGULAR FULL-TIME ONTARIO WORKS CLERK (POSTING #SS2019-015) MANDATE: Reporting to the Administrative Services Coordinator, the successful incumbent provides clerical support to Ontario Works Staff/Managers and provides general reception support to all Social Services staff to facilitate the operation of the department. For further details including qualifications and application deadline, visit our website at www.lanarkcounty.ca CLS890528
Students selected will be contacted for an interview. Ken Sinclair, Treasurer, Lanark and District Museum 80 George Street, Lanark, Ontario K0G 1K0 firstname.lastname@example.org
Handyman wanted to paint, install tile flooring, frame-in garage etc. Transportation provided if required. Call for details. Half hour drive from Perth on 511. 343-997-4664.
Part-time worker, Group Home in Carleton Place, clean supervised residence, qualifications: CPR, first aide, food handling course, criminal record check, hours are 11am-6pm, provide own transportation. For more info call Lisa 613-250-2693.
Summer Jobs -- We’re looking for bright, energetic people who enjoy the outdoors for employment at our berry farms and kiosks in Nepean, Barrhaven, Manotick, Kanata, Stittsville, Kemptville, Almonte and Carleton Place. Apply online at www.shouldicefarm.com
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Skidder and chainsaw operator required. Call Glen Sweeney. 343-997-4664
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Community First POLICE CONSTABLES (Two Positions) The Smiths Falls Police Service has an opening for one experienced Police Constable and one Recruit Constable. All applicants must meet the requirements for employment as set out in the Police Services Act of Ontario. Applicants must also be able to: • Provide a current First Aid Certificate and CPR Certificate. • Possess a valid driver’s licence. Recruit applicants who do not possess a current OACP certificate of results should be prepared to undergo further similar testing. All applicants will be required to pass a medical examination and a comprehensive background check. Applicants chosen for testing, interviews or medicals must attend the Smiths Falls Police Service at their own expense. The Smiths Falls Police Service is dedicated to equal opportunity concepts. We thank all applicants for their interest but respectfully advise that only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Qualified applicants are to forward their resume in an envelope clearly marked “Personal and Confidential” by 4 p.m. on Monday, June 10, 2019 addressed to the undersigned. Mark MacGillivray Chief of Police Smiths Falls Police Service 7 Hershey Drive, P.O. Box 818 Smiths Falls, Ontario, K7A 4W7
Weigh Scale Clerk Are you a self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a fastpaced environment? We currently have an opening at our Perth Location for a Weigh Scale Clerk. This is a seasonal position. Tackaberry Construction is a local, family run business, serving eastern Ontario since 1957. We offer competitive wages and group benefits. Primary Responsibilities: • Weighing inbound and outbound trucks on scale • Enter appropriate data into computer to print customer tickets • Radio communication with truck drivers and loader operators to ensure proper material and weights are loaded on customer trucks • Answer phones and assist with walk in customers • Additional tasks and responsibilities as assigned Qualifications: • High school diploma or equivalent • Excellent customer service and communication skills, both oral and written • Highly motivated and able to work with minimal supervision • Safety oriented • Basic computer skills • Ability to multi task and prioritize work load • Superior accuracy and analytical skills • Experience with Wintik software would be an asset but is not required • Valid driver’s license Please submit your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org Or mail to: G. Tackaberry & Sons Construction Company Limited P.O. Box 70 Athens, ON K0E 1B0 G. Tackaberry & Sons is an equal opportunity employer. We wish to thank all who apply for this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Lanark County is seeking a high energy, dynamic, professional to fill the following regular full-time opportunity in our Social Service Department as soon as possible. REGULAR FULL-TIME CHILDREN’S SERVICES CASEWORKER (POSTING #SS2019-016) MANDATE: The Children’s Services Caseworker will work independently to manage a caseload of subsidized child care cases. Determine eligibility for financial assistance under the Child Care and Early Years Act for subsidized child care spaces. Explore this rewarding opportunity and learn more about the requirements for this position, including application deadline, by visiting job opportunities on our website at www.lanarkcounty.ca CLS890520
Interested students must register through Young Canada Works at (https://young-canada-works.canada.ca).
A Load to the dump Cheap! Clean up renovations, clutter, garage sale junk or dead trees brush. 613-899-7269.
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Licensed Mechanic At our Ottawa facility
Applicants should have an understanding of the following: • The need for quality preventive maintenance • Welding (gas, arc and mig) • Electrical maintenance and repair • Air brake diagnosis and repair. • Safe work practices. • Hydraulic system diagnosis is an asset. Applicants must be self-motivated, willing to learn and possess the team player attitude.
On behalf of several Perth area employers, Community Employment Services is supporting the recruitment of: ¾ General Labourers ¾ Landscapers with drivers licence. ¾ Lawn Maintenance ¾ Restaurant servers or bartenders. ¾ Fast food, service crew. ¾ Carpenters, experienced or entry level. Must have drivers licence.
Resumes of suitable candidates will be presented to the employer(s). Please note, this is an application to participate in an Employment Ontario, Employment Service program for job seekers aged 15 to 65+ and these are not paid positions within Algonquin College.
Waste Connections of Canada offers very competitive wages as well as an excellent benefits package. Please forward all resumes to: Mark Boisvenue 613-740-3263 email@example.com 1152 Kenaston Street, Ottawa Ontario K1B 3P5 HELP WANTED
FARM MACHINERY AUCTION SALE Carrie Hands, CAI, CPPA, Auctioneer & Appraiser Jason Hands, Auctioneer
For Eldon Dryburgh 750 Clear Lake Road Elgin, Ontario @ handsauction.com Bidding opens Friday, May 17 @ 9 a.m. Bidding Closes Thursday, May 23 @ 7 p.m. Pickup Friday May 24 Noon - 7 p.m. from 750 Clear Lake Road Elgin, Ontario Bid on John Deere 345, 48”cut riding mower, Sklar Peppler dining room furniture, Deilcraft, Solid Pine bedroom furniture, Royal Doulton Dinnerware, power tools, pressure sprayer, household items and much more!!
5501 County Road 15, RR #2, Brockville, ON K6V 5T2 Phone: (613) 926-2919 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.handsauction.com
REAL ESTATE AUCTION to apply, bring your resume to us:
Community Employment Services
to be held at 30 Mill St., Almonte, ON K0A 1A0 (auction signs) on Wed., June 5/19 @ 6 pm
40 Sunset Blvd. Perth Open Mon.–Fri. THIS EMPLOYMENT ONTARIO SERVICE IS FUNDED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO AND ADMINISTERED BY ALGONQUIN COLLEGE.
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Digital Services Squad Member
Part-time (20-30hrs), 10-12 weeks – flexible hours Smiths Falls Downtown Business Association (DBA) is seeking 1 or 2 outgoing, enthusiastic, qualified candidates for the position of Digital Services Squad Member(s). Digital Main Street is a program that supports the growth of main street businesses by making the adoption of digital tools and technologies easy. As a Digital Service Squad Team member, you will work one-on-one with participating DBA businesses to provide one-on-one support for the adoption of digital tools and technologies to help the development and growth of local small businesses in downtown Smiths Falls. You will act as an ambassador for the Digital Main Street program and explain how participation provides value to the growth and sustainability of their business. As a Digital Service Squad Team Member, you will be provided access to digital tools and technologies to help businesses start their digital transformation journey. Required Skills/Qualifications: • Possess strong communication skills (written and verbal) • Possess strong interpersonal and relationship building/management skills • Possess excellent organizational and time management skills • Have experience in a sales role and/or marketing environment • Be able to travel and work independently in downtown Smiths Falls • Be familiar with digital technologies for small business (e.g.: web, social media, e-commerce, etc.) • Be able to use basic software and collaboration tools such as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point) and Slack. • Previous experience with online and offline marketing is considered a strong asset. • Previous experience working with a small business is considered an asset • Available Monday to Friday with flexible hours and potentially some weekend work A more substantial outline of this position can be found at www.downtownsmithsfalls.ca/jobs Interested candidates must mail or email a resume with cover to the address indicated below, no later than Thursday May 30, 2019 at 4:00pm Susan Richards, DBA Coordinator - P.O. Box 695, Smiths Falls, Ontario K7A 4T6 Email: email@example.com We thank all applicants for their interest in these positions; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. CLS890859
~ Investment Commercial Opportunity ~ Located at the top-end of historic Mill St. in the quaint town of Almonte, ON. Overlooking the complex cascade of the Mississippi River dam. Exceptional exposure to drive-by traffic. Double brick/concrete-block/stucco bldg w/ full basement. Currently houses a street front antique shop w/ 2 pce bath. 3 bay auto shop w/ parts room & 2 pce bath. Two-2nd floor apartments (1-2 & 1-3 bedroom). Natural gas throughout. New rubber-bladder membrane roof on main bldg c/w newly engineered laminated roof beams (’14). Concrete-block side addition has tar & gravel roof. On town services. Zoned CTN & RTEP. Taxes $ 8189.00 (+/-). Partially paved lot. Surveyed double irregular shaped lot w/ 93 ft (+/-) frontage x 200 (+/-) ft depth. For private viewing, terms & conditions please call our office at 613-267-6027.
Auctioneer & Qualified Appraiser JIM HANDS: THE VOICE OF EXPERIENCE Phone: (613) 267-6027 www.jimhandsauction.com
Saturday, May 25th at 10:00AM To be held on site at Civic #11669 Cty. Rd. 18 Iroquois K0E 1K0. From the village of Williamsburg, travel West approx. 6Kms. on Cty. Rd. 18. From Dixons Corners, travel East approx. 6Kms. (directly across from apple orchard). Tractors, Machinery, & Other Farm Related Items Tractors: JD 5083E 4wd with cab (only 1104hrs), JD 7810 4wd with cab (6157hrs), Kubota M7060 4wd with M21 front end loader and cab (only 2135hrs). Machinery: Wilrich 24’ cultivator with finger harrows (like new), Kuhn 24’ butterfly disc (very nice), Hardi 1000gal sprayer with 250gal rinse tank & 45’ hyd. boom & foam markers, 1300gal UAN applicator, JD 7000 6 row corn planter with dry fert. and bean cups, Big Jim 16’ packer with hyd. transport, Kuhn 13’ 3pth disc bine, Kuhn GR 3200 GT rotary rake (very nice), JD 338 sm. sq. baler with kicker, 2 -24’ Valcon all steel thrower wagons on heavy tandem running gears, 20’ rnd. bale wagon, AgMaster 600 bushel 20 ton gravity box with tarp & lights (like new), 3 JM 385 bushel gravity boxes on heavy running gears (one with tarp), Market gravity box with extensions on good running gear, Turnco 250 bushel gravity box on running gear set up with 14’ Market plastic auger, IH 540 manure spreader with top beater, Westfield 51’ 8” swing auger, FX40 3pth logging winch with 150’ of cable, 24’ Cattleman’s Choice dolly style feeder wagon, NH forage blower, McCormick grain drill, 3pth hyd. wood splitter, stone fork, rnd. bale spear, 18.4.42 T-Rail snap on duals with hardware (brand new). Miscellaneous Items: 2010 Dodge Ram 2500 4wd 4 door truck, Kubota 48” cut zero turn riding mower, J&D 8’X10’ hyd. dump trailer, Patz silo unloader, cement slab silo, farm gates, fence posts, 250gal fuel tank with pump, elec. fencer, 8’ sections of locking head gate, cream separator, old sleigh, antique tools, expect 2 wagon loads of sm. farm related items. Note: Plan to attend on time for this auction should not exceed 2.5 hours. Owner & Auctioneer Not Responsible For Loss Or Accident Terms: Cash or Good Cheque with Proper ID Props: Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Moore Reason for Auction: Farm has been sold Auction Conducted By Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd. Ingleside ON 613 537 8862 www.peterrossauction.ca
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for Mike & Margaret Wallace @ 274 Bracken Ave., Smiths Falls, ON K7A 4S4 from Perth or Smiths Falls travel 10 kms on Hwy 43 (auction signs) on Sat., May 25/19 @ 10 am Property to be sold @ 11 am
~ Pine Arbour Estates ~
Located in a quiet subdivision offering affluent living in a serene country setting. Featuring a timeless, custom-built R2000 brick/vinyl home. Built by experienced & reputable McAdoo Contractors in ’94. Front foyer lends itself to double closets. Spacious oak kitchen includes dishwasher, fridge, upright freezer & Jenn Air counter top stove. Cushion flooring 4 yr old. Open concept eating area. The dining room boasts french doors & hardwood flooring. The spacious family room has hardwood flooring & boasts a natural gas fireplace. 3 main level bedrooms (master has his/her closets & ensuite w/ soaker tub). Main level laundry room. BBQing deck. The extensive finished basement has 2 bedrooms, huge rec-room w/ custom oak wet bar. Natural gas fireplace. 3 pce bath. Storage/utility room has laundry tub, water softener & submersible well pump. Service room includes H/E natural gas hot water tank. 200 amp service. Frigidaire H/E natural gas furnace (’98). 3055 HRV system. Central air. Plumbed for central vac. Automatic natural gas Generac 16 kw backup generator. New roof (’14). On well & septic. Taxes $ 3554.16 (+/-). Double paved drive. Lot size 2.47 acres (+/-) w/ 344 ft (+/-) frontage. For private viewing, terms & conditions please call our office at 613-267-6027 Coleman Maxa 3000 OHV generator. Snapper L1227E snowblower. Lawn trailer. Single axle trailer. Gas push lawn mower w/ elec. start. 12.5 hp older rider on lawn mower (working). Master craft chainsaw. Elec. chainsaw. Garden tools. Man’s bike. Natural gas BBQ. 2 yr old GE top load washer & front load dryer. Bissell upright vacuum cleaner. Canister vacuum cleaner. Cabinet sewing machine. LED TV. 5 disc CD changer. Computer monitors, Dell speakers, Canon printer, tower & more). Pentax Super Program 35 mm camera c/w photo lenses & tripod. 9 pce Pecan dining room suite. Large glazed/open teak wall unit. Pr. of 6 ft teak display cabinets. Teak draw table. 4 matching teak chairs. 3 pce teak sofa, love seat & chair. Teak rocker. Teak armchair w/ footstool. Teak tea wagon. Teak coffee table. Teak library table. Oak entertainment centre. Oak hall bench. Teak stand & hanging lamps. Pr. teak candle wall sconces. 2 double beds. 3 pce futon sofa set (like new). 3 pce wrought iron coffee/end table set. Metal love seat. 2 matching leather platform rocker/recliners. Brass fire box. Denby dinnerware for 8. Porcelain Pantheon dinnerware. Royal Worcester “Viceroy” dinnerware. Chest of silver plate flatware. Royal Holland pewter tea set. Crystal & Metawa Holland stemware. 2 Worcester egg caudlers. Vintage brass push up candle sticks. 2 crystal knife rests. Royal Dux figurines. 5 pce Royal Holland pewter tea set. Elephant collection. Spoon collection. Wedgewood pieces. Beswick labrador. 3 pce pink pottery vases. Set of 4 “Group of 7” prints. 2 Aba Bayes Sky paintings. Saturn 12 string & Goya 6 string guitars. Area rugs. Hard cover books. Sm. Copper moulds. kitchenware appliances. Flatware. Gerber knives. Everyday dishes, pots, pans & bakeware. Bedding, towels & many other items too numerous to mention….. Poor health has forced this auction sale. The teak furnishings have & will provide many more years of loyal service. Bring a lawn chair & participate in the bidding of A-1 goods & chattels. An impressive & deceivingly larger home than expected. Terms: Cash or Cheque Only - Catering
AUCTION SALE for Mr. Fred Ferguson Travel north of Mallorytown on Quabbin Road to Rockfield Road, then west to Property 124. HOLIDAY MONDAY, MAY 20 - 10:00 A.M. Yamaha Kodiak Special Edition four wheeler - 850 hours; Snow blade for four wheeler; Soft cab enclosure for four wheeler; John Deere L130 riding lawnmower; Honda EM5000is generator; Air compressor - 3 hp, 220 v; Lawnmower; Fifth wheel; Chainsaw; Quantity of assorted tools; Tool boxes; Bench vise; Bench grinder; Shop vac; Car ramps; Ladders; Moving cart; Wheelbarrow; Garden tools; Axes; Pick; Small broad axe; Drawknife; Wooden pulley; Block and tackle; Chains; Wash tub; Lobster trap; Gas BBQ; Gendron pool table; Inglis stove; Hotpoint washer; Frigidaire freezer; Dinette table and two chairs; Chesterfield; Assorted small tables and wooden chairs; Washstand; Wooden desk; Daniel Dakota 15 day clock. For full listing, visit www.theauctionfever.com. TERMS: CASH or APPROVED CHEQUE Auctioneer: James Cooper 613-652-4145
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Lanark Civitan Hall Thursday May 23, 2019
Auction 5pm – Viewing 4pm
ESTATE WITH CONSIGNMENTS Good furniture, household items, antiques, collectibles and much more! For listing and pictures see www.theauctionhunt.com Payment Terms: Cash or Good Cheque Listing subject to change. Everything sells as is. Owner and Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or damage.
Auctioneer: Jim Beere 613-326-1722
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Moving Sale, patio and indoor furniture, tools, household items, pressure washer, 5 Tower Rd, Lombardy just off Bay Road. May 18, 8-3p.m.
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5 km’s South of Perth, corner of Lakewood Lane & Rideau Ferry Rd. A treasure for everyone!
The Queen’s Crafters and Antique Market, 142 Bridge Street, Carleton Place, 10am-5pm GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE everyday. Vendor’s welHuge Garage Sale, rain or come. 613-253-5333. Saturday May 18, from shine, Saturday May 25, 8am to 3pm and Sunday Rideau Ferry Road opens 7am, 3 Mather St. May 19, from 8am to Perth. Something for eve12pm. 1102 Mountain and Area ryone, complete contents Community Yard Sale. Road., County Road 36 of house. Ton of old Westport. Dishes, bedMay Long Weekend records, microwave, ding, antique beds, lamps, dishes, silverware, Includes: Furniture, tools, milk cans, trapsome furniture, stools, tools, reno materials, ping supplies, various benches, old school lock- antiques, collectibles, lumber, fridge, lots of ers, sewing machine, gardening supplies, Western paper back Christmas decorations, pictures, books, books, old records, wagcrafts of all kinds, folding baked goods, quilts, on wheels, antique hay chairs & card table, quilt supplies, pink rake and lots more. No stereo/hifi, crystal, many early birds please! tools and electric, tool and depression glass, diemakers taps and tools, small appliances, etc. For info contact Classifieds ladders and much more! Don’t miss out on this firstname.lastname@example.org Get Results! sale.
FORM 6 Municipal Act, 2001
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF PERTH Take Notice that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land described below and will be received until 4:00 p.m. local time on June 19, 2019 at the Municipal Offices of The Corporation of the Town of Perth situated at 80 Gore Street East, Perth, Ontario, K7H 1H9. The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day at 4:15 p.m. at the Municipal Offices of The Corporation of the Town of Perth situated at 80 Gore Street East, Perth, Ontario, K7H 1H9. Description of Lands: PT NE1/2 LT 27 CON 10 NORTH ELMSLEY PT 6, 27R49; S/T RS103556; PERTH Address: 4 Morgan Avenue, Perth, Ontario K7H 3G4 PIN: 05318-0051 (LT) Roll Number: 0921 010 030 13900 Last Transfer: LC136397 Minimum Tender Amount: $22,796.77 The sale of these properties is subject to cancellation up to the time of the tender opening without any further notice. The Minimum Tender Amount represents the cancellation price as of the first day of advertising. Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form, Tender to Purchase, and must be accompanied by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to “Barker Willson Professional Corporation, in Trust” and representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount. Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters including environmental concerns, relating to the land(s) to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers. The lands do not include the mobile homes situate on the lands, if any. This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, penalties and interest, HST if applicable and the relevant land transfer tax within fourteen (14) calendar days of being notified that he/she is the successful purchaser. The municipality does not provide an opportunity for potential purchasers to view properties. The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession or a key to the successful purchaser. For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed form of tender contact: Title BRIAN BURNS, TREASURER Name of Municipality or Board THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF PERTH Address of Municipality or Board 80 GORE STREET EAST, PERTH, ONTARIO, K7H 1H9 Solicitor for Municipality DAVID G. HEELEY BARKER WILLSON PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION 31 FOSTER STREET, PERTH, ONTARIO, K7H 1R8
Auctioneer & Qualified Appraiser JIM HANDS: THE VOICE OF EXPERIENCE Phone: (613) 267-6027 www.jimhandsauction.com
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SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER MUNICIPAL TAX SALES ACT THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF SMITHS FALLS TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on Friday, June 7, 2019, at the law firm of Howard Kelford & DuBois LLP, 2 Main Street East, Smiths Falls, Ontario, K7A 1A2. The tenders will then be opened in public on the same date at 3:15 p.m. Description of Lands:1. PT LT 44 E/S MONTAGUE ST PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE; PT LT 45 E/S MONTAGUE ST PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE; LT 63 N/S ROBINSON AVENUE PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE; PT LT 64 N/S ROBINSON AVENUE PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE; PT LT 66 W/S ANNE ST PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE; PT LT 66 W/S ANNE ST PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE ALL AS IN RS181807; TOWN OF SMITHS FALLS – PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS VACANT LAND Minimum Tender Amount $71,000.00 2. LT 22 PL 17462 LANARK S MONTAGUE; TOWN OF SMITHS FALLS (Assessment Roll No. 020-025-32900) Minimum Tender Amount $22,336.68 3. LT 41 S/S HELEN ST PL 13884 LANARK S MONTAGUE; TOWN OF SMITHS FALLS (Assessment Roll No. 030-030-78500) Minimum Tender Amount $16,495.11 Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied by a deposit in the form of a money order or a bank draft, trust corporation or Province of Ontario Savings Office payable to the Municipality (or Board) and representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount. The Municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the land to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers. The Municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the successful purchaser. This sale is governed by the Municipal Sales Tax Act and the Municipal Sales Tax Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes and the relevant land transfer tax. For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed form of tender contact: ANDREW HOWARD, SOLICITOR HOWARD KELFORD & DUBOIS, LLP 2 MAIN STREET EAST SMITHS FALLS, ON K7A 1A2
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GARAGE/YARD SALE FLEA MARKETS Huge 3 Day Yard Sale May 18, 19 and 20 9 am-5pm
2031 Drummond Conc. 1, Perth beside St John’s Cemetery. Antiques and collectibles. Some things you name a fair price others are priced.
Perthshire Community Annual Garage Sale Sat. May 18, 8am-1pm, Bathurst Road, Lambert Lane & Lally Lane
Yard Sale May 18, 7am -1pm 241 Townline Rd., Smiths Falls between Lombardy and Hwy 29. Garage & household items, truck parts, antique doors/windows
Sun., May 19 9 am-2 pm 210 Hughes St. Carleton Place
Antique table with glass ball feet, antique windows, Coke banner, household items and many collectibles.
5 Clothier St. W. Kemptville Sat., May 18 & Sun., May 19 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Household and miscellaneous items.
Yard Sale Sat., May 18 8 am-2 pm 133 Christian St., Almonte Jewellery, clothing, household items. Something for everyone. Rain or Shine
Mother of all Yard Sales Canada Flag & Pole, 650 Hwy 29, Newbliss, May 17 & 18, 9-4pm.
Tools, equipment, utility trailers, hydraulic parts, household items, recreational items, store clearance merchandise and more. Great prices, all must go.
Long Weekend May 18-19 8:30 am start 249 Harris Road, off Cty Road 19, off Hwy 43 Kemptville
Multi-family. Something for everyone. Tools, household, boats plus trailers.
PERTHMORE Community Wide GARAGE SALE Sat., May 18th 8:00 am - 2 pm Subdivision off Isabella St. or County Rd. #10
ASHTON UNITED CHURCH ANNUAL YARD SALE Friday May 24 4 pm - 8 pm and Saturday May 25 8 am - 12 pm
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Photo courtesy Elenora Luberto The Kemptville District Hospital Foundation board is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Since its inception in 1979, the foundation has raised $12 million for hospital equipment and capital upgrades. Pictured, the 2019 KDH Foundation board and staff. Standing, from left: Lorna McKnight, Anna Van Adrichem-Rochon, Mike Wallace, Mary Boucher and Mike Gaynor.Seated, from left: Dean Usher, Robert Noseworthy, Margret Norenberg, Joanne Mavis and Carolyn Hardie.
KDH FOUNDATION BOARD MARKS 40 YEARS OF FUNDRAISING Since its inception in 1979, the Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) Foundation, under the leadership of dedicated and passionate volunteers, has granted $12 million to Kemptville District Hospital toward the purchase of new medical, surgical and diagnostic equipment and to fund important capital projects such as the emergency department and surgical suite expansion in 2010 and the newly renovated clinic space in 2017. "Kemptville may not be very large, but the spirit of generosity in this community is exceptional," said Margret Norenberg, vice chair of the KDH Foundation. "I was born at KDH and supporting the hospital foundation has always been a priority for our family." To mark this important milestone, the foundation will be holding a 40th Anniversary Raffle with a cash prize of $10,000. More information and tickets for the raffle will be available in April. Keep an eye
on our website at kdhfoundation.ca for online purchases. As much as we are momentarily pausing to acknowledge the past 40 years, the Hospital equipment wish list for 2019/ 2020 includes an urgent need for a new ultrasound ($275,000) as well as replacement of all the IV pumps hospital wide ($100,000). Technology is a critical component of great patient care at the hospital. The community can help by making a donation, participating in the foundation's annual golf tournament or other special events held throughout the year benefiting the foundation. Submitted by Mary Boucher, senior manager, Kemptville District Hospital Foundation
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BIG SKY RANCH TO BENEFIT FROM JUNE 2 FUNDRAISER stay with the owner. "Once the animal comes to Big Sky there is no time limit," Lafleur wrote. "They are welcome to stay as long as it takes to find the right fit. If that time does not come they simply become longerterm residents of the sanctuary." The fundraising walk will take place at Lower Reach Park in Smiths Falls, on Saturday, June 2, with 8 a.m. registration, and a 9 a.m. start. It's over at noon. There are distances of one, two and three kilometres around the walking track. The Kinsmen Pavilion will be open with refreshments, and a DJ. Pledges are required, but there is no minimum. Pledge sheets can be picked up from either women, or in Smiths Falls at Ilan Treasurers, A Buck or Two Plus, or Royal Lepage. A recent online auction hosted by the women
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Facebook/Jacqui Bowick-Sandor Jacqui Bowick-Sandor and Kathy Botham are hosting their inaugural walk at Lower Reach Park in Smiths Falls on June 2 to benefit Big Sky Ranch in Kemptville. ary's financial difficulties recently to heat the animal barns, the women decided to help. Pauline Lafleur, office manager at BSR, said in an email to the Record News that the money raised from the walk will go directly to retrofitting an existing structure, so they can shelter more animals during the winter months. It will have four large stalls centrally located and will be perfect for the smaller animals such as goats, sheep, llamas, and miniature horses. "We are touched and humbled by people like Jacqui Sandor and Kathy Botham who put in the time, effort and commitment to help the animals on a scale like this," Lafleur wrote. "We have organized events ourselves and recognize all the background work that has to be done - we are very grateful." The sanctuary currently has about 115 domestic animals, including horses, llamas, donkeys, cats, dogs, rabbits, sheep, goats,
birds, emu, miniature horses, pot-bellied pigs and more. The process to adopt is simple, Lafleur noted. "We want to meet you. If it is the right fit for both home and animal, there is an adoption process and an adoption fee which goes to support the other animals at the sanctuary." Over the past 15 years, BSR has found homes for 3,000 animals, and has offered shelter to others that can't be re-homed, "but can exist only because there are so many people with good hearts that not only love animals, but who also are part of the solution." Everyone who donates time, money or skills to the shelter, is part of the sanctuary, Lafleur wrote. Most of the animals at BSR are there due to difficult
situations in people's lives, and sometimes, despite all efforts, the animal can't
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Sanctuary animals will benefit from an inaugural fundraising event in Smiths Falls on June 2. Jacqui Bowick-Sandor and Kathy Botham are cochairing a walk for Big Sky Ranch (BSR) in Kemptville, a shelter that rescues animals of all kinds. It's a place that is special to Bowick-Sandor, who said "they really touched my heart" when she re-homed a dog due to separation anxiety. "We had to give her up," she said of a mastiff mix, Isabelle, who has found her forever home thanks to BSR. She said it wasn't fair to the dog, when she and her husband Bruce Sandor, were away. The dog suffered from terrible separation anxiety. Through no fault of the dog's, when a door opened one day, Isabelle bolted to greet the person on the other side of it, sending Bowick-Sandor to the floor, breaking her knee. "I don't know what was worse - the pain from a broken knee or having to give the dog to Big Sky Ranch," she said. But she knew Isabelle was in good hands, and it wasn't long before the dog found a new home where she is thriving, according to a success story posted on BSR's website, that reads in part: "We have had her for a year now ... she has filled our hearts with love. She is perfect. She comes with us everywhere she sleeps with us and the cats ... Thank you to the people who surrendered her. You must have loved her very much." It was because of this situation, that the Smiths Falls women, longtime friends and advocates, wanted to do something for the sanctuary. After learning about the sanctu-
raised over $1,000 to help with incidentals like insurance. "Our goal was to keep it simple," Bowick-Sandor said. "It's about the animals, and the community getting together for a fun time." Big Sky Ranch is located at 810 Pelton Rd. in Kemptville. Visit www.bigskyranch.ca to find out more about their current animals up for adoption, or to make a donation. Call 613-258-7118 for more details.
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TOUR OF SUN STUDIO HEAVY ON ROCK NOSTALGIA 'QUITE THE MECCA FOR MUSIC LOVERS': JEFF MAGUIRE JEFF MAGUIRE Column
In the far southwest corner of Tennessee is the city of Memphis, one of two major music centres in the state. At 706 Union Ave. in downtown Memphis there is a small, wedge-shaped brick building which, without the large guitar hanging like a billboard out front and an identifying label painted on the side would be just another nondescript structure in the heart of the city. This particular site however has a very spe-
cial significance for music fans. In early January 1950 a man named Sam Phillips opened a recording studio in the building. He called the premises Memphis Recording Service. It shared the premises with Sun Records, Phillips' recording label. The following year a musical act known as Jackie Brenston and the Delta Cats recorded a song entitled Rocket 88 in the small studio. Rocket 88 is said to be the first rock and roll recording in music history. In turn that led management at what is now called Sun Studio to claim status as the "Birthplace of Rock and Roll." It is a claim that resonates around the world to this day prompting untold thousands of rock and roll fans to tour the studio and museum. After Elvis
Presley's estate Graceland and busy Beale Street, Sun Studio is arguably the third most prominent location in Memphis. In early March following a lengthy tour of Graceland and its surrounds Kathleen and I, in the company of our English friends Martin and Wendy Ireton, spent an enjoyable 90 minutes at Sun Studio. During our tour we saw many photos and artifacts related to blues music. The museum features a large photograph of Sam Phillips at the console in his beloved recording studio. From 1953 to 1958 Phillips passionately pursued his original dream to record blues music. The blues artists who began their careers at 706 Union Ave. included Bobby "Blue" Bland, James "Lit-
tle Milton" Campbell, James Cotton, "Big" Walter Horton, Auburn "Pat" Hare, Junior Parker and countless others. The incomparable B.B. King also launched his long and highly successful career by recording at Sun Studio. With the recording of Rocket 88 and the birth of rock and roll a whole new genre emerged from Sun Studio and took the world by storm. Leading the way was Tupelo, Miss. native Elvis Presley, the acknowledged "King of Rock and Roll." In 1954 Phillips' Sun Records released the King's first record That's All Right. The rest is history! Presley's career skyrocketed and Phillips' record label benefited hugely from his success. A tour of the small structure is a study in the
evolution of modern music. Sun Studio introduced so many wellknown entertainers from many musical genres. In addition generations of singers and musicians have been inspired by those who recorded there and especially by the songs Elvis first recorded for Sun Records. The most prominent photograph on display in the building features what is called "the Million Dollar Quartet." In fact the studio excursion is called the Million Dollar Quartet Music Tour. The photo was taken at
Sun Studio on Dec. 4, 1956 during an impromptu recording session. In the picture Elvis is seated at the keyboard looking up at, from left to right, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash. As devoted rock music fans our visit is something we'll never forget. The legendary Sun Studio is open to the public seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. Jeff Maguire is a career journalist who lives in Carleton Place, Ont. He has been writing for community and daily newspapers in Ontario since 1971. He can be reached by email at: email@example.com.
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GALLERY FEATURES ORIGINAL ARTWORK, JEWELRY, CERAMICS Continued from page 13
from many destinations," said Luce. Ceramics by Merrickville artist Johanna Jansen are also showcased in the pop-up gallery, with unique patterns and colours that are achieved through experimental processes. During the Saggar Fire process, for example, colouration is achieved by the ceramic ware absorbing colourants into the clay body such as coffee grounds, banana peels and chemical oxides. The Horsehair Raku process sees the artist burning horse hair on heated ceramic. Once the pieces are at the right temperature, they are removed from the kiln and strands of horsehair are applied directly to the surface. They immediately 'fizzle' and smoke, leaving carbon marks on the surface. The smoke may also affect the surface creating a smoke 'blush.' Luce said the artists and Abel Mountain owner, Julia Provost, both reap the benefits of the pop-up business model, through crosspromotion and blending customer demographics.
"I think [Provost] benefits, not only as a small business owner having her operating costs subsidized through a sharing experience like this, but she's also getting the cross-benefit of getting our customers, just as we're getting her customers," she said. "I think our demographics are a little bit different, which is ultimately beneficial to all of us." Luce has also been decorating the Abel Mountain storefront with seasonal window paintings. "It's really a business model that creates opportunities," she continued. "For me personally, I'd never be able to afford my own retail space, and the experience gives me that much more insight into how my products sell with different demographics." Visit the artists at Abel Mountain through the month of May or again in September when they return with a fourth artist, wood turner Don Crowder. They will also be featured in the Art Show & Sale to be held June 8-9 at the Pte. Blake Williamson Memorial Hall at Riverside Park in Kemptville.
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different setting for them, as they'd typically travel from craft show to craft show to sell their wares. Luce said being in the shop environment helps people take the art more seriously and elevates its value. "For my paintings, being able to say that I'm being exhibited in a gallery makes a big difference in terms of establishing a reputation," she explained. Luce offers original paintings, prints, and cards. McCall agreed that the gallery space is a more appropriate fit for her creations. "My work is art jewelry, so they're one-of-a-kind pieces, and I usually cut the stones myself," she said. "At a craft show, other jewellers might be there selling pieces made in China and sometimes it's hard for people to tell the difference." McCall is a lapidary artist and silversmith, whose designs are primarily inspired by ancient Celtic and Viking cultures. She uses traditional tools and metalsmith techniques and harvests many of the gems herself. She said being featured in a retail establishment with other artists raises the level of expectation, helping shoppers to better appreciate her works. Craft shows can also be costly for artists who don't sell enough to cover the fee of hosting a table. The popup model at Abel Mountain allows artists sharing the gallery space to split on the cost of rent and take turns managing the gallery and selling each other's pieces. "It's definitely been an interesting opportunity to reach more people in general, and to reach people from all over without having to go anywhere, because we get tourists here
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HERE’S HOW IT WORKS: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!
horoscopes ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 The more you take on, the more support you need, Aries. You can benefit from a mentor or consultant who has the expertise to help you get where you need to go.
CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 You must be very honest in your relationships this week, Cancer. Don’t confuse opinions with the truth. Maintain an open dialogue with others around you.
LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 It’s alright to cede a little control this week, Libra. Delegating and sharing responsibilities can open your eyes to the talented people around you. Don’t feel guilty about taking on less work.
TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Others understand that you’re the go-to when things need fixing, Taurus. You have the ability to help in any situation. Embrace this talent and help others as much as you can.
LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 Guessing will only get you so far, Leo. Instead, you must base decisions off fact and forethought; otherwise, you may end up having to do everything all over.
GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Listen to your gut, Gemini. If you do so, others will follow your lead. It is time to step up and take charge. Don’t worry, you will not need to justify all the decisions you make.
VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 Take a break from alone time and make reservations for dinner for two or more, Virgo. Socializing is invaluable and can have a positive, long-lasting effect on your relationships.
SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 You are a creative force who inspires others to take up their own projects or follow their hearts, Scorpio. Expect others to recognize your influence and express their appreciation.
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SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, take a step back and slow down the pace if you find you have been spreading yourself too thin. This is not giving up, but taking a break.
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45. Female sheep
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sion of 4. Other side 10. Comedienne Gasteyer 11. Lawn buildup 12. Southeast 14. Negative 15. Greek temple pillar 16. Blue 18. Pointless 22. Complete 23. Supervisor 24. Where kids bathe 26. Radio frequency 27. Cruel Roman emperor
3. Holy places 4. Indicates position 5. Drives around 6. Price 7. Semiaquatic mammal
PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, take charge of a mission by encouraging others to stay focused on the task at hand. You need to be the ringleader and set an example for others to follow. 28. Young woman (French) 30. Within 31. Civil Service Commission 34. Sarongs 36. Father 37. It grows on heads 39. A Spanish river 40. Boundary 41. Contains music 42. Causes to feel sorrow 48. Used to restrain 50. Fictional kids character 51. South American country 52. Devote resources to
2. Smear or rub with oil
8. With three uneven sides 9. Sacrifice hit 12. Covers a wound 13. Jaguarundi 17. Works produced by skill and imagination
AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 It can be challenging to be productive if your house isn’t in order, Aquarius. Give your personal life some attention and tend to affairs that may have been on the back burner for awhile.
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CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Some pretty big ideas may inspire you to do some impressive things, Capricorn. You just need to find an investor and put some firm plans on paper.
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31. Game of skill
56. Symptom of withdrawal (abbr.)
32. Holy man
33. Cylinder of tobacco 35. Most ingratiating 38. Repeats aloud 41. Red wine 43. Debilitating tropical disease
MORGAN DAVIS SHARES JUNO-WINNING BLUES STYLE IN PERTH STEVE TENNANT TALKS ABOUT THE LATEST LISTENING ROOM SERIES PERFORMANCE STEVE TENNANT Column
The Listening Room Series proudly presents the amazing, Juno Award-winning bluesman, the legendary Morgan Davis appearing Sunday, May 26, 7 p.m. at The Perth Tea Room (Perth Restaurant). Cost for admission is $20. Though he was born in Detroit, Michigan, he absorbed the raging Motown and R&B sound before his family moved him to California. Entering his learning years, he came to Canada where he lived and studied at the - now infamous - Toronto's Rochdale College, claiming that he got a higher education. He studied Delta blues, especially Robert Johnson, but also had the opportunity to see and play with players like Sunnyland Slim, Bukka White, Hubert Sumlin, Snooky Pryor and John Hammond, all helping in developing his country blues style. All this led him to become a journeyman musician, playing with the Rhythm Rockets as well as David Wilcox's first band before leading his own first band, Knights of the Mystic Sea, being constantly on the road. One of his proudest moments was backing Dr. John. Over the 50 years that he's been on the road, he's evolved to primarily being a solo player - constantly writing his own material, backing himself on six-string electric. He plays throughout the US, Europe and Canada, now calling Nova Scotia home for the past number of years. You'll love his music, his observations, his road stories as I have, the many times that I've seen him. Prepaid reservations are necessary; both show-only and dinner reservations are $20 and available by calling Sue at 613267-7902. Part of the proceeds will be going to the Stewart Park Festival in July, helping to keep the festival free. Support live music everywhere. Steve Tennant shares his passion for live, local music through his regular column in our Ottawa Valley newspapers. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CARLETON PLACE/ALMONTE MONDAY, MAY 20
Stretch and Strength Classes WHEN: 2:00 p.m WHERE: Almonte Old Town Hall, 14 Bridge Street, Almonte CONTACT: 613256-8339 COST: $8 Stretch and strength classes take place every Monday afternoon.
TUESDAY, MAY 21
Cribbage WHEN: 2:00 p.m WHERE: Country Street Centre, 375 Country Street, Almonte CONTACT: Margaret Janssen, 613-256-1733 Enjoy cribbage every Tuesday afternoon. Beginners welcome.
THURSDAY, MAY 23
Naismith Men's Shed WHEN: 10:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m WHERE: Mill of Kintail Conservation Area, 2854 Ramsay Concession 8,, Almonte CONTACT: 613-461-0013 Naismith Men's Shed meets every second and fourth Thursday at the Mill of Kintail gatehouse board
room. The group's purpose is to overcome isolation and depression among men and share life skills and knowledge in the community. The Good Food Tour WHEN: 1:00 p.m WHERE: The Good Food Tour, 170 Bridge Street, Carleton Place CONTACT: Cathy Reside, 613 402-2901, email@example.com, https://thegoodfoodtour.com/ calendar COST: $65pp Connect with people through food. On our culinary walking tours you eat, sip, and taste all things local, and meet the chefs. Uncover the rich history of picturesque Almonte and Carleton Place. Escape the everyday! Almonte Legion Pipes & Drums WHEN: 7:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m WHERE: Almonte Legion , 100 Bridge Street, Almonte CONTACT: Neil MacLeod, neilmacle-
PERTH THURSDAY, MAY 16
Evening in Paris WHEN: 6:00 p.m WHERE: Perth Lions Club Hall, 50 Arthur St. at Halton St., Perth CONTACT: 613 264-2604 COST: $25 Fundraiser for the GWM Foundation, featuring Fashion Envy. Social, 6-7 p.m., fashion show 7-9 p.m. light refreshments. Get your tickets before it's sold out.
Historical Society Meeting WHEN: 7:30 p.m WHERE: Perth Legion, 26 Beckwith Street East, Perth, 26 Beckwith Street East, Perth, Perth CONTACT: Ellen
FRIDAY, MAY 17
Fish Fry Dinner WHEN: 4:30 p.m WHERE: St James Anglican Church, 12 Harvey Street, Perth CONTACT: Linda, 613-2640304 COST: Fish and chips, baked beans, coleslaw, tea, coffee, cold drinks;
SATURDAY, MAY 25
Wine'd Around Downtown WHEN: 1:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m WHERE: Carleton Place Downtown, Downtown Carleton Place, Carleton Place CONTACT: Jeff Maguire, firstname.lastname@example.org COST: $25/person 12th annual Wine'd Around Downtown fundraiser for the Carleton Place Sister City Committee. participants purchase a T-shirt and have chance to wind their way to venues and sample glasses of wine, craft beer.
SATURDAY, MAY 18
Monthly Breakfast WHEN: 8:00 a.m - 10:00 a.m WHERE: Kemptville Legion, 100 Reuben Crescent, Kemptville CONTACT: 613258-5734 COST: $6 for adults, $3 for children six and under The Kemptville Legion hosts a monthly breakfast on the third Saturday of each month. Everyone welcome.
MONDAY, MAY 20
Newcomer Bridge WHEN: 12:15 p.m WHERE: St. John's United Church, 400 Prescott Street, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-806-4495 COST: $5 Newcomer Bridge at St. John's United Church. All levels wel-
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
Musicians wanted for coffee house WHEN: 7:00 p.m WHERE: Perth Tea Room - Perth Restaurant, 23 Gore Street East, Perth CONTACT: John McKenty COST: The coffee house concert gives youth ages 14 to 21 years of age, the chance to perform in front of a live audience while auditioning for a spot at the Festival's Youth Showcase on Friday, July 19. Stamp Club meeting WHEN: 7:00 p.m WHERE: McMartin House, 125 Gore St East, Perth, ON, Perth CONTACT: Phil Warrington, email@example.com COST: All are welcome.
THURSDAY, MAY 16
Music Room Dedication WHEN: 6:30 p.m - 8:30 p.m WHERE: Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute, 299 Percy Street, Smiths Falls CONTACT: Kristen Drouin, firstname.lastname@example.org COST: Kristine McLaren's music legacy will live on at SFDCI with a plaque dedication in her honour. Refreshments, and highlight reel moments will be shared.
FRIDAY, MAY 17
Rash Comedy Bash in Smith Falls with Derek Seguin! WHEN: 8:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m WHERE: Smiths Falls, The Gallipeau Center, 361 Queen St, Smiths Falls CONTACT: Rachelle, 613 355 3757, crowningmon-
come. Call 613-806-4495 or 613-795-7155 for info. Newcomer Bridge WHEN: 6:15 p.m WHERE: St. John's United Church, 400 Prescott Street, Kemptville CONTACT: 613806-4495 COST: $5 Organized every Monday by the North Grenville Duplicate Bridge Club - Newcomer Bridge at St. John's United Church, 12:15 pm. Cost $5. All levels welcome. For more info call 613-806-4495 or 613-7957155. Kemptville Women in Business WHEN: 6:30 p.m WHERE: Grenville Mutual Insurance, 380 Colonnade Dr, Kemptville CONTACT: email@example.com COST: Kemptville, are you a local, professional woman? Kemptville Women in Business meets for networking and building every third Monday. See kemptvillewomeninbusiness.com for info.
Square Dancing WHEN: 7:30 p.m WHERE: North Grenville Municipal Office, 285 County Road 44, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-258-3690 COST: Grenville Gremlins Square Dance Club meets every Monday night. We dance basic and mainstream from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. and do a plus tip from 7 to 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 to 10 p.m. For dance schedule: https://sites.google.com/ site/grenvillegremlins09/.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
Diners Club WHEN: 12:00 p.m WHERE: Kemptville & District Home Support Inc., 215 Sanders Street, Suite 101, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-258-3203 COST: Enjoy lunch every Wednesday at the seniors' centre. By reservation only.
SMITHS FALLS firstname.lastname@example.org, http://crowningmonkey.com COST: $30.00 comedian Rachelle Elie is hosting another Rash Comedy Bash in Almonte. She presents hilarious headliner Derek Seguin one of the hottest comics in Canada! Bar opens at 7:00 pm with johnny vegas comedy show at 8:00 pm $30 tickets on eventbrite
TUESDAY, MAY 21
Bingo Smiths Falls Civitan WHEN: 7:00 p.m WHERE: Smiths Falls Civitan Club, 12468 Highway 15 North, Smiths Falls, Smiths Falls CONTACT: 613-284-0818 COST: Doors open 5:30 p.m. Canteen available. Proceeds to help fund charity and community projects.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
Gentle Exercise WHEN: 9:30 a.m - 10:30 a.m WHERE: Rideau Valley Diabetes Service - Smiths Falls, 2 Gould
St., Smiths Falls CONTACT: 613-284-2558 COST: Gentle exercise. Work at your own pace, with qualified staff leading the group. Free, everyone welcome. Smiths Falls Toastmasters Club WHEN: 7:00 p.m - 8:30 p.m WHERE: Healey's Glass, 1 Abel Street, Smiths Falls CONTACT: 613-285-1551, email@example.com COST: Smiths Falls Toastmasters Club meets every Wednesday evening. Come and check us out. Develop self confidence and learn how to speak in front of groups. Shout Sister Choir WHEN: 7:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m WHERE: Westminster Church, 11 Church Street, Smiths Falls CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org COST: Shout Sisters in Smiths Falls is welcoming new members. We sing a fun mix of music and we learn from recorded tracks so you don't have to read music. We don't audition and everyone is welcome.
Duplicate Bridge WHEN: 7:00 p.m WHERE: Perth Civitan Club, 6787 County Road 43, Perth CONTACT: Joy Price, 613-267-3298 COST: There are also duplicate clubs in Kemptville and Almonte.
Dean, 613-264-8362 COST: $2 David Crowley organized and managed the transfer of some 400+ rural students in 15 one and two room schools to the newly built Glen Tay Public School. He is the month's guest speaker.
email@example.com COST: Almonte Legion Pipe Band is reforming. Inaugural meeting, all are welcome. Meets every Thursday at 7 p.m.. Teaching will be given and legion membership is not required.
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