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Reta McCormick, wife of late local Liberal MP Larry McCormick, greets Liberal leadership hopeful Justin Trudeau at Denny’s on Thursday morning.

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OLLOWING on the heels of fellow Liberal leadership candidate Marc Garneau, Justin Trudeau — a Montreal MP and son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau — stopped briefly in Napanee early Thursday morning to meet with local Liberals. Trudeau, generally accepted to be the frontrunner in the nine-person race, was greeted by about 75 people at Denny’s Restaurant, many of whom were eager to have their pictures snapped with the charismatic candidate. “It really is something that is incredibly encouraging for me, to see so many people coming out — not specifically to support me, although I’m touched by it — it’s people coming out because we want to be part of politics once again,” he said. In some quick remarks before making his way to more stops in the region — the candidate didn’t take questions from assembled media during the Napanee visit — Trudeau trumpeted the return of positive politics rather than the divisive political approach he says is employed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party. “The politics of negativity, of division, of fostering cynicism and differences from east to west, English to French, urban to rural, is not Canada,” he said. “It doesn’t become us. It’s very effective — Mr.

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Challenging winter weather and the resulting closure of businesses have consequently had a negative impact on blood donor clinics in the past few months. “Winter storms, like the ones we’ve experienced (recently), have an ongoing ripple effect on our blood collection,” explained Linda Mather, community development coordinator at Canadian Blood Services, in a press release. “If we have to close a clinic due to weather... other businesses are closing too. The next day, people are usually busy digging out of the storm, and businesses that would normally have allowed employees to come in to donate during company time are themselves trying to make up for missed business days. So not only do we lose collections on the day of the storm, we lose them for several days after that,” she said. Mather said winter “is traditionally a challenge” for getting blood donations but with all the snowstorms since late December, more than one blood clinic has been affected.

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Harper has a majority based around the politics of division — but we can and must do better.” Trudeau also said that success in the future will depend on Canadians working together. “The challenges that we’re facing in the coming years will require the very best of us, the very best of all of us, and as we choose to pull together and actually accept that complex questions only have complex answers, not simple sound bites and spin that this government is giving us,” Trudeau said. “As we look at the challenges we face here, we realize that the band-aids proposed by the current government are not going to take us much further than beyond the next electoral cycle,” he continued. “We need better than this. We need to draw in people who have been disenfranchised and disenchanted from the political process because they’re so tired of having people they elect to be their voices in their Ottawa transform themselves instead into voices for the prime minister here in their ridings.” Trudeau also said that Canadians should “expect more” from their elected representatives, but should also be willing to expect more from themselves in ensuring Canada prospers. “Voting, paying your taxes and obeying the law is not all there is to being a citizen,” he said.

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

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Campaign urges, ‘Don’t be that guy’

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ple. “We’re investigating things that have already happened but… a key part of our job is crime prevention. We are responsible to prevent crime,” said Sgt. Semple at the meeting. “Something like this is exactly the educational message that needs to get out there to potential perpetrators that this is illegal, this is not something you should be doing.” Kim Allen, executive director at the Sexual Assault Centre in Kingston, said only about six per cent of sexual assault crimes are reported. “We know it’s very difficult to get victims to come forward because they feel they’re responsible for what happened to them,” said Sgt. Semple. “We can encourage and support victims but we’re still not getting the response in reporting (the assaults) so for me, this is exactly where we have to go. We need to educate people to reduce this from happening.”

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Candy agreed, stressing the importance of consensual sex and intimacy. “We fully support victims who cannot come forward with the information to the police for the police to investigate. It’s very, very difficult to be involved in the process – being interviewed and subjected to the process, which can be very, very troubling for victims,” he said. “It’s all about consent and the issues surrounding consent… whether there’s alcohol involved or drugs or both. It shouldn’t be an issue. Consent has to be given.” The committee plans to continue the Don’t Be That Guy initiative and hope to improve education and spread awareness. “(The initiative) is made up of a number of non-profits that work with women and men who have experienced violence in their lives,” said Reid. The Don’t Be That Guy campaign was coined in Edmonton, Alta., as a response to an increased level of reports of sexual assaults in the city, which included alcohol. A committee called Sexual Assault Voices of Edmonton was created partnered with a number of city organizations, including the Edmonton Police Services, Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton, University of Alberta Sexual Assault Centre, Saffron Centre, Alberta Health Services – Covenant Health, Prostitution Action and Awareness Foundation of Edmonton, University of Alberta Women’s Studies Program Red Cross (Edmonton), Responsible Hospitality Edmonton, among many others. Anyone looking to get involved or partner with Don’t Be That Guy – Napanee, can contact Reid at 613-354-8937 ext. 117.


Thursday, February 21, 2013

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Napanee’s Relay for Life committee is gearing up for another year of fundraising, celebrating and teamwork. The Relay for Life annual kick-off event will take place this Sunday from 1-3 p.m. at the Community Living Lennox and Addington office, where people can sign up a team, commit as a volunteer, or get information. The second weekend of June will mark Napanee’s eighth annual Relay for Life. To date, more than half a million dollars have been raised in the area. “Relay for Life has raised about $700,000 just in Napanee alone,” said Taralynn Richmond, Napanee Relay For Life organizer. Last year’s efforts for Relay for Life generated $51 million nationally, with a total of 171,000 participants and 32,000 volunteers. Though Richmond said they have not yet set a goal for 2013, she is hopeful they will have as many enthusiastic participants and volunteers as they have in the past. The national slogan for Relay for Life is “celebrate, remember, fight back,” and Richmond said Napanee sticks to the same theme during its Relay for Life efforts. “The celebration is how we kick off and have a survivor ceremony,” she said. “Anyone who is currently undergoing cancer treatment or is a survivor is welcome to participate… We really like to honour and

celebrate survivors.” The “remember” part of the theme is done through a luminary ceremony, which lights up the track during June’s overnight Relay for Life event. “It is absolutely beautiful and it happens right at dusk. Anyone in the community can buy an luminary for about $4-5 and then at night we light those luminary candles and it is gorgeous, the track glows all night, it’s lovely.” Finally, the “fight back” element is the money raised each year. Richmond said money raised for the Canadian Cancer Society is split between two areas: cancer research and programming. One of the most beneficial programs for the Napanee region is a free transportation plan for cancer patients. “The No. 1 thing that I try to talk about in our community is that the Cancer Society has a transportation program. Any patient in our area who has a cancer treatment can get free transportation. So you can imagine if you live in Napanee or Kaladar or anywhere outside of Kingston, that’s huge,” she said. “Being able to have free transportation and not have to worry about how you’re going to get to your cancer appointment, I think that’s a really important program in our rural area especially how far away we are from Kingston,” she continued. Some drivers have taken patients as far as Ottawa and Toronto for appointments. Richmond said anyone looking to get involved could contact her at 613-379-2563 or Saralynn Morris at 613-888-9065.

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

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FEBRUARY 21 VICTORIA II WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Victoria II Women’s Institute will meet in the home of Heather Booth, Strathcona at 7:30 pm. The topic is Citizen, Culture and Community. Roll Call is Share something interesting about a village in L&A County, and five cents for each year you’ve lived in the county. Contact: 613354-1115. LUNCHEON At Riverside United Church in Yarker, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Homemade soup, sandwiches, dessert, coffee and tea, $6. Info, call 613-377-1700. ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion from 9:30-10:30 a.m. FEBRUARY 22 HAM DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION Conway Church is hosting their annual Ham Dinner and Silent Auction at South Fredericksburgh Hall, between 6 and 7 p.m. This year’s recipient of our auction funds is ‘Community Living Lennox and Addington’. Come out and enjoy hot ham, seasoned roasted potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, rolls and homemade pies and cakes and refreshments. Tickets: Adults $12, children, $6, under age five, free. Contact 352-7807 or 352-5864 for tickets or information.

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FEBRUARY 23 WILD GAME DINNER Deseronto Legion hosts its annual pot luck Wild Game Dinner. Held downstairs at Branch 280, Main St., the popular event begins at 6 p.m. All are welcome. Bring your favourite contribution and join the fun. FEBRUARY 24 SUNDAY BREAKFAST At Royal Canadian Legion Branch 623 on County Rd. 4 in Millhaven. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. FEBRUARY 23&24 WINTER ICE FISHING DERBY The Deseronto Yacht Club will be having a winter ice fishing derby for walleye and pike. Tickets $5 each. There will also be a silent auction for a 50-inch flatscreen TV. Free parking, food and drinks will be available at the clubhouse. For more info, contact Terry Shelley at 613-242-3111. FEBRUARY 24 SUNDAY BREAKFAST At Royal Canadian Legion Branch 623 on County Rd. 4 in Millhaven. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ‘CROOKED WOOD’ IN CONCERT Local singer/songwriter trio Crooked Wood — with their brilliant blend of acoustic folk with a Celtic twist — perform at Wilton Hall (251 Simmons Rd., Wilton) on Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 adults, $5 students/children, $20 family (refreshments included!), available at the door. Proceeds support Wilton Hall. Contact 613-386-3329 for information. FEBRUARY 27 ‘FAMILIES AND THE LAW’ A Family Court information session for women. At noon or 6 p.m. at the Kingston Counselling Centres Napanee Office at 113 Richmond Blvd., Unit 16. For more information, call

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

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Matters of substance ELDOM do we get a chance to assess a couple of national political players up-close and personal — but we got that opportunity last week with the arrival the two leading candidates for the Liberal Party of Canada leadership: Justin Trudeau and Marc Garneau. Both men made brief stopovers in Napanee. Garneau’s appearance drew a crowd of about 30 people; Trudeau, the charismatic son of former PM Pierre Trudeau and the prohibitive favourite in the race, attracted about 75-80 —many of whom were eager to get their photos snapped with the frontrunner. On the ‘flash’ scale, Trudeau won the contest handsdown. But how about the ‘substance’ side of the ledger? Well, let’s start with a preamble. Garneau has been considered the more substantive candidate of the two from the outset. He’s our first astronaut, he’s an accomplished military man and he has a PhD. Even without ‘Leader of the Liberal Party’ on his resume, he’s got a resume that’s second to none. We were expecting a great deal from Garneau when he arrived. He didn’t knock our socks off. His remarks to the party faithful was generally typical whistlestop fare — long on ‘bad ol’ Stephen Harper’ rhetoric, short on specifics. All in all, his showing was not bad, but not inspirational either. Then, three days later, came Trudeau — the man who’s been characterized as a lightweight by his critics and, this week, by Garneau himself (albeit in more diplomatic terms). He was unquestionably charming, and he worked the room like an old pro. But that said, if Trudeau wanted to turn around his image as a lightweight, he didn’t do a good job of it with his performance in Napanee. Or to put it another way, if Trudeau isn’t the lightweight folks are accusing him of being, what we saw of him in Napanee did not provide any evidence to think differently. It should be noted, of course, that there may be a good reason for this: as a politician, when you don’t stick your neck out, you’re not going to get your head chopped off. When you’re the frontrunner, all you need to do is protect your lead. That’s why political parties who are out in front tend to be conservative in their approach. However, when your biggest weakness is perceived to be your lack of substance, playing it safe might backfire. However, even if Trudeau manages to win the leadership, he’s going to face a much stiffer test against the Conservatives and the NDP. Further, during that future federal election campaign, instead of trying to win over members/supporters of the Liberal Party — who are looking for the best candidate to beat Stephen Harper and Thomas Mulcair — he’s going to be trying to win over Canadians of all political stripes — and they’ll be looking for the candidate who will make the best prime minister. Feel-good slogans simply aren’t going to be good enough to get the job done, nor should they be. Trudeau has a few weeks left to flesh out his vision for Canada. He’d be well advised to make the most of the time he has left.

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New premier starts strong for agriculture It’s been a positive week for Ontario agriculture. On a better time to develop a more robust local food act Feb. 11, I was fortunate to be invited to attend the — to grow the role of local food processors and swearing in of our new Premier and Minister of Agri- farmers to supply local needs. The OFA would also culture, Kathleen Wynne, and watched as she appoint- like to see food processors and key elements of the National Food Strategy incorporated into a local ed her cabinet and declared, “I’m here for all of you.” food act. Premier Wynne had already Early indications show that demonstrated her affinity for everyone in Cabinet supports agriOntario agriculture in a pre-elecculture and rural Ontario. It tion response to the Ontario Fedappears they also recognize that eration of Agriculture stating, OFA Comment some things need fixing, and now is “Ontarians grow the best food in the time to address those regulatothe world, that’s why we’re continuing to push hard to promote local foods and sup- ry irritants. I had the opportunity to speak to a numport our farmers with risk management programs.” ber of Cabinet members at the swearing in ceremony Wynne’s keen interest and desire to learn about our and reception, where I addressed the need for reguindustry demonstrates her commitment to the agri- latory reform on a number of issues. The response culture portfolio, and we are very positive about was positive, many of them were already aware of OFA’s positions on issues like the OSPCA Act, local this opportunity to work together. It’s also encouraging for Ontario agriculture food act and the Open for Business initiative. that all three political parties have included local SEE OFA | PAGE 6 > food policies on their agendas. There has never been

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Winter Roads Editor’s Note: The following article, provided by the AdolphustownFredericksburgh Heritage Society, was printed in the Christian Neighbourhood, originally published in what is now southern Greater Napanee in the 1970s and 1980s. It contained local church and school reports, minutes from the council meetings for the two townships, community events, births, obituaries and more. It also contained articles on local history contributed by area residents. The article is reprinted in conjunction with Heritage Week, Feb. 18-24.

BY H.M. Sharpe

The present season is a reminder of a Canadian winter’s thrust, after the warm and snow-free time we experienced last year. Perhaps we’re spoiled, but it seems when folks gather these days at the store, at meetings or over coffee, that a greater number are complaining about the roads — which are, with rare exceptions, always open. True, travel can be hazardous but more often due to current weather conditions than actual impassable snow in the roads. Ploughs run regularly and improved roadbeds make daily travel taken for granted. You don’t have to look too far back in time to recall the day when roads would be regularly blocked as a matter of course, and residents were left to their own devices for days to travel about. Guy Huyck of Hawley and Herb Punchard of Adolphustown both spoke of horse-drawn ploughs around 1930. Guy recalled the sixhorse teams struggling through drifts on the Hamburg Road at the east end of South Fredericksburgh. Herb remembers a wooden plough constructed by Herman John and pulled by horses on the Hamburg in Adolphustown. Ray Garrison recalls working for Les Storey and ploughing county roads with a truck in the 30s. Cars were quite common at the beginning of the 1930s, just 50 years ago, but so was the practice of putting them up in the winter and turning to the trusty horse and sleigh when the drifts conquered

the roads. It was then that one could abandon the road allowance and strike off through the fields. Guy tells us of one day in the early 1930s when shortly after breakfast on a day when their road (Huyck Street) was fast with snow, they heard a ‘Hallo’ from a strange quarter. No one was at the front of house, but out back stood neighbour Floyd Vannest atop his sleigh behind the team. He had to go to town and was checking the needs of the Huycks. On his way most of his travel was through the fields east of the Hamburg Road almost all the way to town. The Bay of Quinte with its numerous fingers of water, Long Reach, Hay Bay, Adolphus Reach makes road travel lengthy, particularly if you want to get from North Adolphustown to South. The advance of winter and with it temperatures to make ice created numerous roads and dramatically shortened trips around the bay. Guy Huyck welcomed winter more than 50 years ago as he could cross Hay Bay on the ice, coming ashore just west of Hayburn School (S. Lebrun’s) and thence to court Ruth Loyst less than a mile to the west. Herb Punchard pictured the abundance of commercial traffic on the Adolphus Reach when sleigh loads of hay, logs and grain made their way to Picton not so long ago. Ray Garrison recalled the convenient use of the ice on Hay Bay for parts of his mail route after the roads became full of snow. Of course, wherever the track took you over ice, road or field, the snow packed hard and could build up to heights of three feet or more in a relatively smooth fashion except where ‘pitchholes’ occurred. These depressions started gradually and each time a horse or vehicle passed, the effort to get through deepened the hole. Marjorie Parks Allison of Adolphustown tells of crossing the ice on Hay Bay in a cutter with her brother Bill from their home in North Fredericksburgh to a supper party in South Adolphustown. On their return when descending the bank at Brooks Landing (east of Harvey Benn’s sand pit) they hit a pitch-

hole and upset. Passengers just picked themselves up, dusted off the snow, checked the harness, and climbed back in to continue the journey! Marjorie mentioned that one dressed for a trip such as that with heavy long woollen coats, sometimes fur, extra heavy stockings and mittens. No synthetics in those days, but woollen dresses and sweaters and generous woollen or cotton underclothes. Practically anyone over the age of 30 who has lived in a rural area has a ‘snowed-in’ story, but it’s hard to compete with those veterans of the Rural Mail Service. Herb Punchard, who drew mail from Napanee along the Hamburg Road to Adolphustown after 1933, recalled the longest siege that he was ‘snowed-out’ from home. On a nasty Easter Saturday in the thirties he set out for Napanee with his mail and an added errand to bring an Easter lily for Mrs. D. W. Allison. He was ‘storm-stayed’ in town over the weekend and each day the following week made an attempt to make the run home. One day he got as far as Big Creek where the bulldozer and Storey’s plough were attempting to open Close’s Hill. Another day he made it to Morley White’s (Harold Garrison’s) where he phoned his wife Annie to hitch the team, pick up Adolphustown and Dorland mail and meet him at White’s. After a quick greeting, a stalwart Annie struck for the Post Offices to deliver the mail and arrived home with frost bite, while Herb returned to Napanee. Mrs. Allison’s lily took the trip (in the car) everyday and spent the night at the store. It was the following Thursday before Herb arrived in Adolphustown with a well-travelled lily. Another story of dauntless service and triumph over road conditions was told by Guy Huyck who hosted the poll for South Fredericksburgh No. 2 in the 1940 Federal Election. The fully blocked roads did not stop Morley Creighton, deputy returning officer, ballot box in hand, from walking the three miles to open and conduct the poll. Then, of course, the neighbours all recalled the day that Herb Pun-

chard, on his morning run to Napanee, was travelling more urgently as he had a passenger who was soon to have a baby. He could not travel through No. 17 north of Gilberts corner and turned back to Mrs. Hannah Lloyd’s at Sillsville. While Herb went up the road to phone the doctor from Perry Young’s, his passenger was safely delivered of a fine baby boy. Maybelle Garrison remembered a three-day stretch in the 1940s when the mail did not go through. On the fourth day she got a call at 3 p.m. that the road was open and she was six hours delivering her route from Sillsville along the south shore of Hay Bay and through the Gore Road. Another storm in the late forties came one day when Ray had gone early to Picton to buy a tire. Because the weather threatened, Maybelle took a young neighbour couple with her on the route. Because of the weather, Mr. Hoselton, the bread man for the Bay route, left the bread at the Sillsville Post Office for the Garrisons to deliver along with the mail! Maybelle and cohorts got as far as Henry Loyst’s (Ron’s) and stayed all night. The next day they made it with the car to Charlie Brooks where they abandoned it and shouldered bags of mail and bread to walk to John Magee’s (Sheffield’s). She said they trudged single file and were greatly relieved to put down much of the bread and mail at Magees for people up the line before continuing home on foot along the Gore Road. In the late 1940s or perhaps 1950, Marjorie Allison recalled driving confidently from Kingston following the snow plough. But even it was forced to halt at VanDyck’s (Crawford’s) where they stayed all night. As late as 1962, the Hamburg Road was blocked for a day in February in the famous strip from Walter Gilbert’s to Sicker Hill past the present municipal buildings of South Fredericksburgh. Herb Punchard cited it as the worst spot on his route. North-south sections of road in our community were the trouble spots where the prevailing

west winds whipped the snow across the Bay of Quinte and down the length of Hay Bay. The Road from Adolphustown to Dorland and Hawley School north were formidable as well. All our raconteurs recalled being caught at someone’s house to stay overnight and mentioned the cold beds in which they slept because their welcoming hosts would have to open the unheated ‘spare’ room to accommodate them. The War Years brought factories to nearby Kingston and it became necessary to keep roads open for workers. School buses came into use in the 1940s and 50s and cows were milked throughout the year for fluid milk contracts with dairies. Improved, more powerful equipment for moving snow along with wider, brush-free road allowances with raised road beds have brought us in just thirty years to expect July roads in January. Let’s not get too sure of ourselves. We all witnessed the opening of Casey’s Hill three or four years ago with imported equipment.

OFA FROM PAGE 1 As the largest general farm organization, representing the majority of farmers across Ontario, OFA’s commitment to new government representatives is to bring the best consensusbased solutions we can get to reduce regulatory red tape and enhance the progression and development of our industry. Wynne is on record as a leader who listens, and we are encouraged by her early attention to our industry. But we know the real work — and resulting actions — will begin in earnest next week when the legislature resumes sitting. The OFA looks forward to forging a productive, progressive working relationship with Premier Wynne and all Ontario MPPs. Mark Wales is the president of the OFA.

Frogs due to sing in just one month Dates when we can first expect to hear certain species of frogs in the early spring, will soon need to change, if weather conditions continue as they have been in the last few years. The Marsh Monitoring Program, an important monitoring tool administered by Bird Studies Canada, and used by the Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan, to determine the health of the bay, routinely has chosen April 15th as the start date for frog monitoring. For the past three springs, chorus frogs have been calling away in vernal ponds and roadside ditches by late March, and were all but finished singing before the monitoring season even began. Last spring, while on a hike on the north side of Frontenac Provincial Park, some 40 km north of Kingston, five species of frogs were croaking away in collective happiness on March 21. Animals, especially frogs, are great indicators of the health of our environment since they respond readily to environmental changes. For the past decade, I have had the pleasure of seeking volunteers to assist in monitoring local marshes as part of the Community Wildlife Monitoring Program, involving two opportunities

– FrogWatch Ontario and the Marsh Monitoring Program. As coordinator for the Bay of Quinte Area of Concern, it has been encouraging to see the response to this program, and be able to work with close to 60 volunteers every season. FrogWatch Ontario is a program designed with families in mind due to its simplicity and ease of entering data on the FrogWatch website. The Marsh Monitoring Program is geared to those who are seeking something a little more structured and challenging. Both will be covered at a workshop I am holding at Quinte Conservation on March 4, commencing at 7 p.m. Bird Studies Canada (BSC), in partnership with Environment Canada, the Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan and Quinte Conservation, have partnered in this effort to evaluate the condition of our local wetlands. It was over 20 years ago when the Bay of Quinte Area of Concern (AOC) was identified by the International Joint Commission as degraded and in need of remediation. A mix of toxic contaminants, bacterial, and nutrient overloads had led to great imbalances in the aquatic ecosystem of the bay. Plant and

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Outdoor Rambles animal diversity was being lost, and habitats, especially wetlands were disappearing or seriously degraded. The Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan’s Restoration Council carries out actions with local partners in its efforts to restore the Bay and its drainage area. Wildlife monitoring is part of the process as their overall populations tell us a lot about our progress. As coordinator for the Bay of Quinte AOC, I am once again looking for volunteers to take part in the program to monitor birds and frogs in marshes within, and even beyond, the Bay of Quinte water-

shed. The Marsh Monitoring Program, established in 1994, contains two components, monitoring birds and monitoring frogs. Participants who choose to participate in this program can do one, or both. Monitoring the marsh birds involves twice yearly visits to the marsh of your choice, for 15 minutes each visit, between May and July. If participants decide to monitor the amphibians too, that is done three times during the year for three minutes each between April and late June. Volunteers will receive training CDs and instructions on how to proceed with the monitoring. The ambitious program was designed to aid the conservation of marsh habitat by establishing baseline assessments of bird and amphibian populations and by monitoring population changes and habitat requirements of marsh birds and amphibians over the long term. What makes the frog monitoring aspect of the MMP so attractive is that we have only eight species in the immediate Quinte area, and their calls significantly differ from each other. This is where I come in. At the Marsh Monitoring workshop at Quinte

Conservation on March 4, I will teach prospective volunteers how easy it is to separate the various species we have in this area, and I will also go through a number of the birds and their calls that you are apt to encounter during your monitoring efforts. I will also walk you through the protocol and show you how easy it is to set up your survey stations. Those who volunteer will receive a package of material from Bird Studies Canada, including a monitoring CD, as well as an identification recording of those species common to wetlands. Volunteers who choose FrogWatch Ontario can enter their data directly online. The workshop commences at 7 p.m., and while there is no cost to attend, it would be helpful if you could let me know if you are attending, so I can arrange for seating and refreshments. Quinte Conservation is located just west of Belleville, at 2061 Old Highway 2. For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail tsprague@kos.net or phone 613476-5072. For more information on nature in the Quinte area, be sure to check out www.naturestuff.net.


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A trip through the pages of The Napanee Beaver 65 Years Ago February 25, 1948 n Several young local farmers joined together to form a new Junior Farmers’ Association for the area. The group held their first meeting at the Agricultural Office. At that initial meeting, Glenn Kimmett of Roblin was elected as chair, and Gaynor Rendell of Deseronto was elected as secretary. The group planned to meet once a month. The idea to form an association arose after a ‘short course.’ Other members included Wray McLaughlin of Erinsville and Duncan Creighton of Bath. n Despite recent efforts to curtail electricity usage — which included daily power interruptions — the Public Utilities Commission was still urging local residents to cut down on their reliance on hydro. Such conservation efforts, they said, would mean that the utility would be able to reduce the length and frequency of the power interruptions. Those interruptions were have a dramatically negative effects on the productivity of local industries, which relied on hydro power to keep up and running.

35 Years Ago February 22, 1978 n A calf beat the odds by surviving on its own in the extreme cold of winter for eight weeks. The animal had gone missing from the farm of Bill Lochhead. Desmond-area farmer Jim Macdonald discovered the calf while he was tracking wolves near his farm. When he found it, it was extremely weak, and had survived on eating snow and tree bark. The calf responded well after being given proper feed, and was back on its feet again. Lochhead, meanwhile, advised Macdonald that he could keep the animal, calling it a case of ‘finders keepers.’ n Shortly after announcing his intention to run for re-election, local Progressive Conservative MP Douglas Alkenbrack learned that he’d have some competition for the Tory nomination. Nan Whitlaw of Actinolite said that she would be submitting her name for the PC nomination for the riding at a news conference in Bancroft. Alkenbrack welcomed the news, saying, “I’m glad there will be some competition.” Alkenbrack had served as MP for the area since 1962.

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Riverview Farm: Vintage Victorian without the ‘view’ Although people often refer to this property by different owners, in fact the archives date it to 1813 when a 200-acre parcel of Crown land was deeded to Shadrick Huff. Married in 1786 to Susannah Reed in Richmond Township, the Huff family, among the legion of Huff descendants, came from Germany by way of the United States. Of interest is that the first regular court in neighbouring Adolphustown Township was held in Paul Huff's barn in 1794.

Charles Beale Legacy The next (and longterm) owner was Captain Gilbert McGreer, who emigrated from Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland, by ship in 1819. Surprisingly, McGreer sailed his own boat with his wife and eight children across the Atlantic and up the St. Lawrence. They first settled on Amherst Island, but seven years later in 1826, Capt. McGreer purchased this property on what called the Old York Road. The road would be renamed, Dundas Road, the King’s Highway, Highway 2 and now County Road 2 that winds its way west along the Napanee River through the former Richmond Township. The McGreer children grew up here in a modest homestead and would have attended the nearby local township school. Before his death in 1841, the Captain bequeathed 100 acres to each of his two sons, Thomas and Charles. It is recorded that in 1837-38 Charles had been an officer in the Militia Company established to protect local governments from uprisings during the 1837 Rebellion in what was then Upper Canada. Napanee was not yet a police village by 1852, but was incorpo-

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Above are two pictures of Riverview Farm on County Road 2, the top photograph dating back to 19th Century, and the bottom photo taken recently. rated as such in 1855. It is also known that Thomas and Charles became brick manufacturers in 1852 on the Napanee River bank which was then still part of the property. The McGreers are recognized as having provided the bricks for the Napanee Town Hall, and later for many other brick edifices in and around Napanee. Around 1855 they used their own bricks to erect a story and a half residence, referred to as Ontario Cottage in style. Of further interest is that Dr. Charles Grange McGreer, the great grandson of Capt. McGreer, was born at Riverview Farm July 10, 1878. Doctor McGreer, who attended the Napanee Collegiate High School and then Queen's University, in Kingston,

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(Affiliated with PAOC) 320 Bridge St. W., Napanee Pastor: Rev. Jim Somerville Sunday - 10:30am and 6:00pm Sunday School (ages 3-12) Wed.: BG Club - 6:00pm Ages 3-11 Thurs. 7:00pm: Jr. High (Grades 6 and 7) Sr. High (Ages 13-18) Other Ministries: 50+; Men’s & Women’s Ministry For more information call the Church at 613-354-4281 www.evangelnapanee.com

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NDSS ‘Revives’ hopes of at-risk students New high school program replaces ‘Connections’ BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

A new program launched in conjunction with Napanee and District Secondary School is giving students at risk of dropping out a second chance to earn their high school diploma. Fittingly named 'Revive', the program debuted with 18 enlisted students in the old NDSS Connections building on Dundas Street earlier this month. Instead of sitting in a classroom from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. five days a week, students are learning through hands on projects tailored to their learning style. “We recognized that there was a need to serve those students that a traditional school setting couldn’t necessarily (serve)," said Tyler Wilson, viceprincipal at NDSS who helps oversee the program. “That’s what the program was born out of.” Revive replaces the Connections program which had some similarities, but now goes further in terms of preparing students for the workforce. Instead of just working on correspondence, students can now earn credits through work placements or hands-on work in the classroom. It all falls under the Supervised Alternative Learning umbrella of the Limestone District School

Board. “We’re setting them up for success here,” said Kristen Kinney, lead teacher with Revive. “We’re giving them things that they’re going to feel good about.” The program isn’t for everyone, and only students aged 14-17 who have been screened by NDSS are eligible. “There are certain kids that fit the profile for here,” said Kinney. “The biggest one is the non-attenders (to regular NDSS classes).” The Revive building is different in that it’s equipped with a kitchen, sewing stations and a furniture restoration station. Students can prepare meals, turn old clothes into new designs or restore old furniture all while earning credits towards a diploma. Once they re-work some of the old clothes and furniture, they’re hoping to have a community garage sale to help raise some money. Kinney works in the curriculum for courses such as Civics by holding class discussions on world events or Careers by having them work on a résumé for an actual job placement application. “They see the value in a high school diploma,” said Kinney, noting that the program isn’t just for kids too lazy to do their work. “They just have, for whatever reason, difficulty doing it the traditional way.”

Adam Prudhomme-Staff

NDSS Revive program is now up and running, offering students a chance to learn by doing hands on projects. Lead teacher Kristen Kinney shows off the kitchen area, where students can cook. Boosting confidence is a huge part of Revive, giving hope to kids who are used to being written off as poor students. Without an alternative option, most would likely never graduate, severely limiting their job options. “It’s not just necessarily the content that’s reflected in the secondary school diploma but also the skills,” said Wilson. “Those learning skills and work habits are evidence of learning.

Churches team up for leadership course BY ASHLEY FOLEY Staff Reporter

Local churches have collaborated to offer leadership courses to any member of the community through certificate and diploma programs. The Aboriginal Bible Academy has partnered with the Evangel Temple Church in Napanee for the initiative. The Aboriginal Bible Academy will host a ‘Just Desserts and Silent Auction’” fundraiser at the Evangel Temple Church tomorrow at 7 p.m. All proceeds will be put toward “practical and effective leadership training,” explained Dan Collado, director of Aboriginal Bible Academy. Though Collado’s work focuses mainly on ministry teachings, he said it is important to offer leadership training for life skills for all people in a community. “We recognize much of the skills that are needed aren’t just good for ministering but life skills in general — concerning work habits, how to develop a budget, how to handle a crisis, and leadership skills in communicating.” Said Collado, naming a few topics. “So as much as we may

be coming from a theological perspective, many of our courses are specially designed to be practical in a non-church setting.” Courses are offered through distance education and can be completed independently or in small groups. Cost can be a maximum of $150 per course, depending on a person’s involvement and learning style. “We utilize a variety of different distance education methods. Our courses are available online as well we operate through small groups through facilitating satellite groups, training centres or in the church because we tend to partner with the local faith community there,” said Collado. There are three different diploma courses available and certificates are offered for those who complete classes on a course-by-course basis. Money from the fundraiser will go toward operating and equipment for the leadership-training program. Information on this joint endeavor will be available at the fundraiser. Tickets are $7 in advance and can be ordered through Collado, at 613-344-1703.

That’s a really nice thing about Revive, it’s an opportunity for students to experience a path to success.” For those that land job placements, they learn what it takes to keep a job as well as responsibility. Kinney says she’s noticed a huge difference in children who are already seeking out this opportunities, bringing with them an excitement she’s never seen in them before. Because Revive is just

getting off the ground, they are always open to donations of any sort. Whether it be sewing machines, old clothing, furniture in need of basic repairs or even money, Kinney says they’re all welcome. To donate call Revive at 613-354-0179 or Kinney’s cell at 613-5321527. Any local businesses looking for a few helping hands can also inquire about setting up a work placement. “If it’s going to be sus-

tainable and continue on, it’s going to be in large part because of the community connection,” said Wilson. “That’s the really exciting part for me, to see the ways Revive can partner with different community agencies.” Because this is the first time they’ve run the program, both Wilson and Kinney admit that they’ll likely learn just as much as the students do as they experiment with what works.

Interval House Gets A Jumpstart

Adam Prudhomme-Staff

L&A’s Interval House received a $3,000 cheque from Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart Program on Thursday, helping it launch an after-school sports program for students. From left, Canadian Tire’s Marc Wolvin and Vicki Hallam, chair of the local KidSport, presented the cheque and sports equipment to Interval House’s Melissa Yatsula, Jen Whalen, Yasmine Yatsula and Meagan Hughes. The money allows 10 kids to take part in Carter Mitchell’s karate and 20 to play after-school sports.


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Entertainment

Abrams Brothers next up for Music Club Popular Kingston-based folk/bluegrass group set to take stage in Napanee on March 2 BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Submitted

The Abrams Brothers band is the youngest Canadian group to ever perform at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Country-bluegrass group The Abrams Brothers will return to their old stomping grounds on March 2, taking a break from their U.S. tour to play at Napanee’s Doghouse Studios. The Kingston-based trio is made up of brothers John Abrams (vocals, guitar, mandolin, keyboard, percussion) and James Abrams (vocals, violins) and their cousin Elijah Abrams (bass). They’re currently touring in support of their album Northern Redemption. The show is presented by 88.7 MyFM and the Napanee Music Club, marking the third concert of their ongoing series. “They’re the youngest Canadian group that have ever played the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville,” Napanee Music Club’s Stephen Paul said of the brothers. “That’s pretty special to be able to present this in a small, intimate space in Napanee.” Though they may be relatively young, music is in their blood. Along with 10 years experience as a band, their musical lineage goes back four generations to their great-grandparents. Their latest offering, Northern Redemption, was recorded on Wolfe Island and is their first release to feature original material. The CD includes nine originals as well as a bluegrass version of Coldplay’s mega hit ‘Viva La Vida’. “The songs draw upon the many

experiences of growing up playing music with four generations of Abrams musicians, coupled with the youthful unrest we feel in wanting to further our own career,” John Abrams is quoted as saying on the website www.theabramsbrothers.com. “The album is a bit of a paradox: a parallel dynamic between our retrospective view of our decade long touring career, along with the fact that we are still very young (James and I are 19 and 22 respectively) and I feel like our career is only just beginning.” Only 100 tickets will be sold for the Napanee concert, making for an unique atmosphere inside the historic centuryold venue, once part of Gibbard’s Furniture and the Ross-Miller Biscuit Company. Doghouse Studios is located at 99 Dairy Ave. Tickets, which also includes a three-course meal by Cedar Crest Catering, are $65. They’re available by visiting www.NapaneeMusicClub.com. The show begins at 7 p.m. Previously the club presented Georgette Fry and children’s entertaining duo Splash ‘N Boots. “Our goal is to certainly highlight Canadian talent, and the Abrams Brothers are a wonderful Canadian talent,” said Paul. “We’re looking forward to the opportunity to present them with the Napanee Music Club.” Paul says although the club is less than a year old, they’re already fielding inquiries from several top Canadian acts and are planning to continue the series.

Education And Environment

Local student hopes to inspire with kids’ book BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Grade 7 author Craig Luery is hoping his book, A Turtle Tale and Fish Fable, will inspire his peers to get involved and care about the future of planet earth. Made up of recycled materials such as pizza boxes and National Geographic magazines, Luery’s pop-up book is geared towards environmentalists of the future. It’s written in a way so that it will appeal to younger students. “It’s about a turtle and his home gets all gross (from pollution),” explains Luery. “He goes to try and find out why.” Along the way, the turtle encounters a three-eyed fish, who has been mutated from man-made pollution. Each page is brightly coloured with pop-ups of cut out animal photos. The book was born out of an assignment in Luery’s Odessa Public School Challenge for Change program. “I was kind of thinking that I wanted to make change about the way people are treating the environment,” said Luery. “I figured if I made a story not out of recycled materials, then it would just make it worse.” Since finishing the book, he’s been reading his book to fellow schoolmates and any other group of kids who will listen. Each reading also features a small presentation on the value of recycling and the dangers of generating too much waste. The reading have been well received and Luery says he feels he’s really getting through to the kids. Not surprisingly, he lists environmental activist David Suzuki as one of his idols. Much like Suzuki, he’s convinced about what will happen if people don’t start to look after the planet. Always interested in the environment, Luery says the fact that landfill expansion is a hot-button issue in town also helped inspire him. As for the inspiration behind his story’s main character, he spent this past summer searching for turtles in any lake he could find. While most kids his age may not give recycling much thought, it’s a topic that Luery is very passionate about. Luery’s hoping that this book is the first of many, as he hopes down the road to become a published author. In the meantime he’s going to continue to encourage others to get involved and look after the only planet they’ve got. The Challenge for Change program is geared towards gifted students, offering them assignments that are geared towards their advanced abilities. Students were tasked with creating projects that benefitted the environment and community

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Craig Luery, a Grade 7 student at Odessa Public School, reads his book A Turtle Tale and a Fish Fable to a group of children at the Napanee library branch.


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CELTIC NIGHT February 22, 2013 at Napanee Lions Hall Doors open at 5:30 pm. Come and enjoy our annual Celtic night celebration Supporting L & A Seniors Outreach Services featuring the lively music of Crooked Wood. And Piper Wayne Reid ³,ULVK'DQFLQJE\WKH.LQJVWRQ,ULVK)RON&OXE´ Buffet Menu A taste of Haggis Green salad with vinaigrette-Pickle trays Devilled eggs-Peas/Pearl Onions Roasted Red Potatoes and Turnip (Known as Taties and Neeps)

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Today in History - February 21, 1980 CLARK CALLS IT QUITS

Ottawa, Ontario - Prime Minister Joe Clark Make what you do matter.

At TransCanada we dream big, think big and do big things. For over 60 years, we've had the vision and scale to deliver big things that matter to the world. From supplying reliable and efficient energy to millions of North Americans with our pipelines, gas storage and power generation facilities, we believe in making big things possible.

TransCanada is looking for people who are willing to think about the future... and think big. We're looking for people who are ready to take on the most significant challenges of their careers and define energy infrastructure in North America.

Project Controls Coordinator Reference Code EXT50595577-01

Location Napanee, ON, Canada

Contract Type Regular, Full-time

General Information As Project Controls Coordinator, you will play a key role in planning, leading and implementing all project controls activities throughout the implementation phase of the Napanee Generating Station (NGS) project.

Responsibilities - Provide oversight with execution of projects, master schedules, reporting requirements, and track client meetings and milestones; - Duties include creating cost code structure, development of estimates, forecast & trend reports, change control management; - Ensuring project systems are established through all stages of a major project; Schedule, Cost, Reporting, Documentation etc.; - Manage and maintain an optimal level of project administration throughout the life cycle of the project; - Ensure Document Control procedures are in place and performing throughout the project with the objective to have documentation of the project aligned with project timelines; - Manage and maintain constant communication with internal and external project stakeholders on complete health and status of the project versus forecasted results; - Develop & Implement Project Reporting, Capital Budget, Project Controls, Cost Management and Contract Management processes; - Coordinate risk, estimating, cost control and schedule activities; - Complete project close-out (i.e. transition to operations) activities; - Ensure compliance to Capital Projects Management System (CPMS); - Ensure all work is set up to ensure transition to new company ERP system; - Develop and implement lessons learned process; - Other tasks, as required. Qualifications and Education Qualification/Competencies required: - Strong knowledge of Project Control functions and processes including planning/scheduling, cost estimating, cost control, change management, financial, and project accounting processes and systems; - Project Management: knowledge of project management within the corporation and related to own function; ability to utilize the knowledge to manage and participate in the project in direct area of responsibility; further ability to manage and co-ordinate different project activities, support functions and disciplines; - Risk Management: knowledge of risk management principles and the ability to manage risk and minimize the consequences of risk through prudent decision-making including the integrity of implementation plans; - Systems Thinking: able to link processes and sub processes that will impact the project; - Verbal & Written Communication: is logical, concise and fluent when communicating with others; - Empathy & Relationship Building: builds and maintains meaningful relationships and interaction with others that impact department. Education/Experience - University degree in a related discipline is required; - 6-8 years in project controls experience; - Large project implementation experience is considered an asset; - Candidates with different combinations of education and experience may be considered. * This position requires candidates to: - Have and maintain a valid driver's license; - Provide a driver's abstract for review.

*Depending on the qualifications of the applicants, the successful candidate may be offered a position at a more appropriate level and/or ladder.

Applicants must have legal authorization to work in the country in which the position is based with no restrictions.

All positions require background screening. Some include criminal and/or credit checks in order to comply with regulations. Please apply to this posting by March 4, 2013. Only applications submitted through the TransCanada Careers website will be acknowledged. Thank you for considering TransCanada in your career options. TransCanada is an equal opportunity employer.


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Showcase of Homes Thursday, February 21, 2013 / 15 OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, FEB. 23 1-3PM 1902 RUTLEDGE RD, SYDENHAM $254,900. MLS 13600697

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, FEB. 23 • 1-3PM 144 DUNDAS ST. W. NAPANEE $200,900. MLS 12608242

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, FEB. 24 • 1-3PM Call Michele Heaney, Sales Rep, at 613-583-7253 or Peg Campbelton, Sales Rep, at 613-449-4200

9 Commercial Court Napanee 613-354-5435

Sunday Feb 24th 1-2pm

Sales Representative 640 Cataraqui Woods Drive, Kingston, ON K7P 2Y5 office 613-384-1200 cell 613-328-2088

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287 BRIDGE ST. W. - DON COX Great 3 bedroom bungalow in ideal location! Brand new large eat-in kitchen, new bathroom, new windows (2012), new roof (3 years) soffit, fascia, eves (1 year), new deck (2 years). Wonderful family home! $199,900. (EX3033) MLS 12608888

Wade Mitchell, Broker of Record/Owner Cell 613-539-1433 32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800

Independently Owned & Operated

SATURDAY FEB 23RD 1-3 PM

36 BEVERLY - HOST: DARREN HILL Great semi for first time home buyers or retired couple to live in luxury. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 up and 1 down. Flooring is hardwood, ceramic and carpet, deck off large eat-in kitchen, finished rec room with den. Single attached garage with paved drive. $234,900. (EX3086) MLS 13601305

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George Mitchell, Sales Rep Cell 613-541-9152 32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800

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QUICK CLOSING POSSIBLE! This home has breathtaking views of the Bay and is loaded with many extra special touches. Gorgeous kitchen with island/eat-at bar, gleaming hardwood floors, dramatic great room with cathedral ceilings and recessed lighting throughout creates a stunning effect! Care and pride in ownership. Come take a look. You won’t be disappointed. Offered at $254,444. MLS 12606982

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Call Johanne Brunner, Sales Rep Cell 613-484-4743 32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800

Independently Owned & Operated

434 DUNDAS ST., DESERONTO This well built and maintained home is ready for a new family. This 3 bedroom, 1 bath home has had many recent upgrades including, gas furnace, central air and roof shingles. The main floor boasts hardwood in the living room and dining room, new vinyl floor in the kitchen, new carpet in main floor bedroom and fresh decorating throughout. There is a full unfinished basement with loads of potential for rec room or workshop, and a walkout for easy access to the large backyard, with many mature trees and fencing. There is also an attached single car garage with work area and 2 driveways, one with access to the back yard. $169,900. MLS

Tracey Dickson, 613-328-2383

Sales Rep.

LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

300 GINGER STREET, NAPANEE 4 bedroom ( 1 up 3 down ) semi detached home with newer gas furnace, 2 - 4pc baths, washer, dryer, stove, fridge, central air, central vac, double paved drive, covered deck at rear with immediate possession. Asking $174,900. (L07) MLS 13600542

WAGAR WAGAR & MYATT

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Greg Wagar, Broker of Record, 613-541-9781

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

135 COLLEGE ST DESERONTO Charming bungalow with many upgrades all done in the last 2 years. New kitchen, bath, flooring, light fixtures, doors and trim. Also, great 2 bedroom in-law suite attached to back of home with private entrance. Presently occupied, 24hr notice for showings. $179,900. MLS 2127456 Directions: Dundas ST. E., south on College St. Agent- Patricia Guernsey

NEW LISTING

OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY FEB 23RD 1-3 PM

Real Estate Brokerage

Sunday Feb 24th 2-4pm

CHERYL MONK

OPEN HOUSE

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION

OPEN HOUSE

105 PARK CRESCENT, AMHERSTVIEW – Awaiting new owners to experience my charms; cosy FAG FP in rec-room with wet bar, 3+2 BR, 3 BTH, 2 LA, separate DR, pantry, wrap deck with hot tub. An oversize heated gar. with a man cave, newer KIT cab., newer flooring, breaker elect. box, privacy coated front windows are some of my upgrades. You will not be disappointed at a viewing. $325,900. MLS® 12608096

511 COUNTY RD 8, NAPANEE $174,900. MLS 13600357

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

OPEN HOUSE

102 Main St. Picton 613-476-2100

WANT AN OFFER! Mortgage between $600 & $700 might be cheaper than your rent in 3 bdrm country home. Galley kitchen, good size dining rm and huge living rm with woodstove that will heat the whole house. Bath recently updated, pool with decking & southern views over the valley. 10 minutes to Napanee, a deal $139,900. MLS 12608585 Call Robert Storring, Broker, Direct 613-379-2903

44 Industrial Blvd. Napanee LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED 613-354-4347

WELCOME HOME - Better then new, this executive 1800 square foot bungalow in up scale West Bridge Estates is ready for a new owner. NEW Many builder upgrades includLISTING ing upgraded cabinets, granite counter tops, hardwood, custom showers, tray ceiling, main floor laundry. Extensive landscaping including stone walk ways, oversize stone patio, curbs, gardens and shrubs, including compete privacy back yard on premium lot. A place you would be proud to call home. $349,900. Call Cindy Haggerty, Broker, at 613-540-2116 or Kevin Haggerty, Sales Rep, at 613-539-2120

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage Independently Owned and Operated

WOODSOVE HEATS! Side split in Centerville is set back from street with nicely groomed yard and even a small stream through. Very bright living rm, 3 bdrms, eat-in kit & lower family rm with woodstove to heat whole house. Solarium/sunroom to enjoy evening meals & insulated 2 car garage has workshop. $227,000. MLS12606648 or www.centervillecountryhome.com Call Robert Storring, Broker, Direct 613-379-2903

44 Industrial Blvd. Napanee LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED 613-354-4347

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www.cindyhaggerty.com OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-3PM

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-3PM

4316 County Road 9

998 Callaghan Road

CINDY HAGGERTY Broker of Record cell:

613-540-2116 * 6 Bedrooms & 3 Baths * Full 2 Bedroom inlaw Suite * 2 Acres with views of Hay Bay * $269,900

KEVIN HAGGERTY

* 5 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Oversized Kitchen * 32'x40' Workshop with Hydro * $169,900

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-3PM

Sales Rep

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613-539-2120

TERRA HAGGERTY * 3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths * Eat-in Kitchen & Separate Dining Room * Across from the School & Park * $157,900

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Sold Call CINDY

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* 4 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Country Subdivision with View of Hay Bay * 16'x16' Heated Workshop * 179,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Newly Renovated Throughout * Large Mature Lot with Deck & Pool * $169,900

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* 5 Bedrooms, 2 Baths * Private Waterfront on Sheffield Lake * Fully finished lower level with walkout * $749,900

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Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

9 Commercial Court, Napanee

* 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Year Round Waterfront Beaver Lake * Privacy Setting * $139,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Timber Frame Construction * 4.89 Acres * $499,900

Sales Rep

www.napaneefinesthomes.com

** Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated

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* 3 Bedrooms & 2 1/2 Baths * New Custom Built on 3.5 Acres * Hardwood Floors & Propane Fireplaces * $369,900 www.181DundasStW.com

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Custom Built Home on 45 Acres * 2 GasFfireplaces * In-floor Heating & ICF Construction * New Windows, attached 1-car Garage * $389,900 * $219,900

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* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Vaulted Ceiling in Livingroom with Fireplace * 2 Acre Private Treed Lot * $319,900

* 5 Bedrooms & 3 1/2 Baths * Amazing Views from 3 Decks * All Brick Home on 14.32 Acres * $379,900

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* 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * In Village of Tamworth * Rental Income and Commercial Garage * $149,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * 2200 sq ft workshop in back * Formal Rooms & Large Eat-in Kitchen * $269,900

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* 3 Bedroom & 1 Bath * 1868 Circa Limestone Home * 1 Bedroom & 1 Bath Rental Unit * $179,900

* 4 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * 2000 Sq Ft of Living Space * Walk-Out Basement * $199,900

* 4 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths * 2 Wood Burning Fireplaces * 3 Season Sunroom * $219,900

* 4 Bedrooms and 1.5 Baths * Exposed brick wall in family room * Spacious kitchen with island * $222,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Large Intown Fully Fenced Lot * Newer updates Throughout * $189,900

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* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths on Main Level * 1 Bedroom & 1 Bath In-law Suite on Lower Level * $244,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Large Cottage on Beautiful White Lake * $239,900

* 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths * 147’ Waterfront on Big Gull Lake * Cathedral Ceiling and Stone Fireplace * $389,900

* 3 bedroom and 1.5 Baths * Unpack and move in * Laundry on upper level * $159,900

* 3 Bedroom & 2 Baths * 100 feet Waterfront on Lake Ontario * Fully Finished Large Lower Level * $549,900

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage 9 Commercial Court, Napanee

613-354-5435

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MICHELE HEANEY

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PEG CAMPBELTON

Sales Representative

Sales Representative

Cell 613-583-7253 michele.heaney@gmail.com

Cell 613-449-4200 peg.campbelton@gmail.com Call for a Free Market Evaluation

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* Not intended to solicit properties already listed.

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1902 RUTLEDGE RD, SYDENHAM $254,900. MLS 13600697

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 1-3PM

144 DUNDAS STREET W, NAPANEE $200,000. MLS 12608242

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24 1-3PM

511 COUNTY ROAD 8, NAPANEE $174,900. MLS 13600357

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56 GRAHAM ST W, NAPANEE $209,500. MLS 13601158

1316 HEAD RD, NORTH FRONTENAC $269,900. MLS 13601012

6953 COUNTY ROAD 2, NAPANEE $244,900. MLS 12607811

86 CENTRE STREET, NAPANEE $109,500. MLS 12608679

2295 COUNTY RD 9, NAPANEE $234,500. MLS 13600730

LOTS OF ROOM

CLOSE TO LAKES

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40 ACRES

2868H COUNTY ROAD 8, NAPANEE $195,000. MLS 12607834

1025 KASHWAKAMAK LAKE ROAD $122,900. MLS 12608341

1694 COUNTY ROAD 9, NAPANEE $379,900. MLS 12608174

32 YEOMANS ST, NAPANEE $169,900. MLS 12608444

1969 DALEY RD, ROBLIN $254,900. MLS 13600727

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WAGAR & MYAT T REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE

624 HAMBLY RD. This 55 acre farm has an 11 year old bungalow, complete with main floor laundry, 3 bedrooms, currently operating as a horse farm. Level land with 40 acres hay fields, never sprayed; 10 year old huge 32` x 48` shop/garage; 10 year old horse barn 31` x 27` with 4 stalls, one being a huge foaling stall; spacious tack room with shelves, saddle racks and hay loft. This is a private country spot with a long driveway only ten minutes South of Napanee. Asking $425,000. (L13 MLS 13601260

1153 WILTON ROAD Just off 401 exit and close to Hwy 2, this motel has huge potential for growth. 8 Rentable rooms, an office, garage and living accommodations. Motel is in great shape, property is nicely landscaped. Water and sewer are close to property. Asking $399,900. (K137) MLS 12608975

COUNTY RD 2 ODESSA Great development property. Large acreage zoned M-1. Approximately 7 acres has potential for commercial re-zoning with a frontage of approximately 600 feet on Hwy. 2. Approximately 5 acres EP. Asking $399,900. (K138) MLS 12608977

5991 COUNTY RD 41 MOVE IN READY! A very nice 2 storey home on deep lot in the Village of Erinsville, walking distance to Beaver Lake. Nicely decorated, fresh paint throughout, beautiful pine floors in living room. Modern windows and propane high efficiency furnace installed 5 years ago. New water pump installed December, 2012. Landscaped with flower beds and vegetable gardens. A must see. Only 20 minutes from Napanee and 5 minutes from Tamworth. Asking $145,000. (L10) MLS 13601008

265 HERITAGE PARK DRIVE Quality throughout. This 2 bedroom, 2 bath open concept home feels like new. Many updates: kitchen & bath renos, main flr laun rm, crown molding, window coverings & large cedar deck. Spacious rec rm with gas F/P. Lovely landscaped lot. Interlock drive & walkway. Asking $259,900. (L09) MLS 13600959 V/Tour http://www.Obeo.com/750095

109387B HIGHWAY 7, TWEED

Come up the landscaped drive into the glazed entry of this sun lit home. Spaced along the southern exposure the living, dining and family areas lead past the fireplace onto the ample deck, then down onto the sheltered patio past the paddocks, the pond and the extended barn and around the shoulder of the great hill. Through the woods to the boundary river with its 2 family building lots. deer, turkey, marble, granite strawberries and raspberries. come to a world of your very own. Asking $439,900. (K121) MLS 12607637

Marten D. Lewis

Bob Rae

Greg Wagar

613-536-8589

See our listings at www.wagarmyatt.com 112A Industrial Blvd., Napanee, ON OFFICE 613-354-3550 TOLL FREE 1-866-461-0631 NEW LISTING

Sue Rankin

Sales Representative

LTD.

91 DUNDAS ST WEST Located within walking distance to downtown, this beautiful renovated Victorian home features 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, formal dining room, living room with gas fireplace, main floor laundry, family room with door off to the wrap around screened in porch, spacious eat in kitchen, a large mudroom between the house and the 2 car with loft/workshop garage. This home has potential for inlaw suite, B & B, tea room, etc. Call to book your showing. Asking $317,000 (L08) MLS 13600953

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sales Rep

613-561-0907

Sales Rep

613-539-9852

Broker of Record

613-541-9781

Patsy Rhines

Cathy Conrad

Rick Gerow

Barry Brummel

Sales Representative

613-331-0536

Sales Rep

613-329-9546

Broker

613-484-2636

Sales Rep

613-484-0933

494 PALACE ROAD, NAPANEE Wonderful 4 bedroom open concept add 2 bedrooms on the main level. 2 gas fireplaces, 1 in dining room and 1 in master bedroom. Lovely Florida room with hot tub opening to private fenced back yard. Large walk-in closet and ensuite off master bedroom. Immediate posession. Asking $249,900. (L04) MLS 13600165

409 WATER STREET, DESERONTO Maintenance free open concept 10 year old bungalow with Bay of Quinte waterview. Quality ICF construction, in floor heating, central air and spacious layout. Close to 1800 sq ft with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and large family room. Double attached heated garage with extra wide concrete driveway on a ¼ acre in town lot with 87 feet frontage. Asking $274,900. (K136) MLS 12608969 Virtual tour http://www.Obeo.com/760538

2173 SWITZERVILLE RD. Country living with easy commute to Napanee, Kingston and Belleville. Red brick, 2 storey home sits on just under 3 acres of land. Home has many updates including new upper floor windows, roof shingles, U.V Light/Water softener, furnace and hot water tank. Kitchen and main bathroom renovated in 2009. Asking $204,900. (K134) MLS 12608564

898 COUNTY ROAD 12 A SALMON RIVER ESTATE. This private 24 acre estate features over 1000 feet of waterfront complete with water falls. 3500 sq. ft. of living space. Relax while being nestled by the river and enjoy the soothing sounds of the falls. The opulent finishes throughout the home will be sure to impress. Tastefully decorated and modern. Complete with a detached 3000 sq. ft. implement building. Walk the private trails; enjoy some kayaking. (L11) MLS 13601128

1321 MOSCOW RD., STONE MILLS Great family home located 20 minutes from Kingston, 15 minutes from Napanee. Well maintained bungalow sitting on picturesque 3 acres. Home offers eat-in kitchen with garden doors to deck, sunken living room with bamboo hardwood floor, main floor laundry, 3 bedrooms, 1-4 pc bath, master with 3 pc ensuite. Fully finished basement with walkout. Asking $239,900. (K118) MLS 12607562

22 BROWN SIDE ROAD This 199.6 acres farm has 150 acres of excellent workland currently working as a cash crop farm but has been beef and horse farm. Included on the farm is a 6 acre sugar bush, 10 acres of soft maple and a spring fed pond. The 4 plus 1 bedroom sturdy farm home is in good condition complete with an eat in kitchen and a 1 1/2 car garage; excellent drilled well. Outbuildings include a 53` x 30` barn, a 58` x 38` Quonset barn and a workshop. Asking $400,000. (L06) MLS 13600538

181 WHITE LAKE ROAD A very nice mobile at Cedar Cove Estates, complete with an addition on beautiful White Lake. Your escape from the city. Fully furnished, just bring along your towels and bedding. An additional Bunkie to bring along your family complete with its own bathroom and kitchenette. Sit on the covered deck and enjoy the view. This is a 3 site property so you may bring in another unit and share with your family. $750.00 yearly covers your common expenses Asking $109,000. (K109) MLS 12606137

106 BEVERLY ST., NAPANEE One of a kind, very large 4 bedroom home in a great location with all the extras. Large kitchen, formal diningroom, fireplace, 2 full baths and two half baths. main floor laundry, 2 car attached garage with paved drive. Much more to see. House in perfect condition. No smokers or pets have lived in. Asking $319,900. (K127) MLS 12608265

605 WESTPLAIN RD. Great starter home with a country setting in the small Village of Westplain. 3 bedrooms, eat in kitchen and large living room. Move in ready with 27` above ground pool and 4-person hot tub. New roof in 2009; new deck; 2-car detached garage with workshop. Appliances and 48` flat screen mounted TV included. Over 1 1/2 acres to play. Asking $165,900. (K132) MLS 12608557

47 PEARL ST. DESERONTO Recent renovations and rear addition have transformed this 2 bedroom home just steps from waterfront park. Updates include: roof shingles & exterior siding and a completely refurbished interior. Very comfortable and efficient living with a view of the Bay of Quinte. Asking $126,000. (L03) MLS 13600149

NEW PRICE

58 BEVERLY ST. NAPANEE Move right in and start enjoying this better than new home. This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home is tastefully decorated, well located and still under New Home Warranty. Open concept main living area with hdwd & cer flooring, patio door to large deck & fenced yard. Inside entry to 1.5 car garage. Spacious 2nd flr with huge master bedroom & walk-in closet. Situated & designed to maximize natural light throughout the day. Asking $264,900. (L05) MLS 13600168 Virtual Tour http://www.Obeo.com/710872

106 THOMAS ST WEST Formerly carload food market. Main floor of building in need of renovations. 2 upstairs apartments, one newly renovated and rented. Good location near high school. Part of main floor rented, no lease. Unlimited possibilities. Asking $159,900. (K128) MLS 12608256

FITCHETT RD. 12.5 Acre building lot. Nice piece of property, treed, water view. Asking $40,000. (K130) MLS 12608555

DESERONTO BUILDING LOTS Prime residential building lot with view of Bay of Quinte and quick access to Hwy 401. Services to corner of first and dundas. One of three similar sized adjacent lots. Buy one or negotiate package deal for all 47.5 fr by 98.4 depth 62.3 fr by 98.4 depth, 47.2 fr by 98.4 depth. Asking $19,900. per lot (K124) MLS 12608112

223 CHURCH STREET, NAPANEE Wonderful family home with newer roof (o8). 3 bedrooms up, new 4 pc. bathroom (11), newer kitchen (08), dining room and living room and 2 pc. bathroom, main floor family room with fireplace and patio doors off to your private landscaped backyard. new carpeting upstairs and main floor laminiate - 2011. finished basement with rec room, 2 spare bedrooms laundry and 2 pc. bath. Asking $237,500. (K135) MLS 12608965

300 GINGER STREET, NAPANEE 4 bedroom ( 1 up 3 down ) semi detached home with newer gas furnace, 2 - 4pc baths, washer, dryer, stove, fridge, central air, central vac, double paved drive, covered deck at rear with immediate possession. Asking $174,900. (L07) MLS 13600542

106-108 BRIDGE ST EAST

WATERFRONT LOT - CUTHILL LANE A very desirable waterfront lot. Just 10 minutes from Napanee, this superb building location features 187 feet of level shoreline, a southern exposure and fabulous views up Hay Bay. The gradual slope to the water`s edge would easily facilitate a walkout lower level. Cleared, fenced ready to build on and conveniently adjacent to the boat launch at the bottom of Cuthill Lane. Asking $189,000. (L12 MLS 13601164

Distinctive fieldstone home brimming with character. The potential is there to re-convert to duplex or enjoy as is – a large home with 2 paved driveways and a 2nd staircase leading to 2 privacy bedrooms and separate bath. Timeless styling abounds. There are 2 covered porches (front wraparound with balcony), and a 2 storey carriage house. The roof has been reshingled and the 2nd storey windows are vinyl. Pleasing décor, high ceilings, hardwood floors and main floor laundry. Take the virtual tour then book a showing appointment to appreciate the unique charm of this property close to downtown. Asking $219,000 (L02) MLS 13600046 Virtual tour http://www.Obeo.com/748355


The Inspectors Corner T H E

Thursday, February 21, 2013

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Wayne Fulton is a local home inspector and can be reached at 613-354-9547

wfulton@fultonhomeinspections.com

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OPEN HOUSE Saturday 1 - 3 pm

OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1 - 3 pm

C LO S E C O U N T RY C H A R M E R

R A R E N E W & I N TO W N

Excellent value, space and privacy with this 5 bdrm, 2 bath family home featuring large country kitchen & living room, plus den and office. Bonus 32' X 40' shop with hydro, all on a lovely 1 1/2 acre lot. Easy access to Napanee & Belleville Asking $169,900 See it Saturday! Deseronto Rd N to Callaghan Rd to # 998

Looking for Brand New? This is it! Quality Orkney Home featuring open plan, hdwd & ceramic, custom kit with island & 4 appl, 3 good size bdrms, att. gar. with inside entry & GDO, situated in quiet mature neighbourhood Asking $264,900 full warr. & hst incl See it Sunday! Camden Rd to Church St to Heritage Pk to Ginger St.

DENNIS STOVER,

LEAD-BASED PAINT While basically phased out of the paints used in residential construction since 1978, lead-based paints are still a potential health hazard. Any home constructed before the late 1978s, and even some after then, may still contain leadbased paint. To protect against this risk, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)Tissued new rules last year requiring the use of lead-safe practices by contractorsDaimed at preventing lead poisoning. It is expected that Canada will follow. Common renovation activities like sanding, cutting, and demolition that disturbed painted surfaces can create hazardous lead dust and chips, which can be harmful to anyone exposed to it but particularly children. Under the new rule, contractors performing renovation, repair and/or painting projects that may disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978 must be certified and follow specific lead-safe work practices to prevent lead contamination.

Interior Stylist Merola Tahamtan will guide you through staging and designing your home.

Both the firm and individual workers require training and certification by an EPA-approved training provider on leadbased paint hazards and safe work practices. Contractors must use lead-safe work practices and either get confirmation with a lead risk assessment by a qualified lead risk assessor that there is no lead-based paint present or follow the following procedures when performing repair, • renovation and/or painting work: • Contain the work area. • Minimize any potential dust. • Clean up thoroughly. • Test to confirm there is no lead dust residue. More information on lead in paint, dust and soil can be obtained by visiting Health Canada websites. Before signing a contract for renovation or painting work for an older home, make sure the contractor is qualified and addresses the steps he will take to prevent any hazardous conditions.

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FAMILY EXPANDING AND NEED A LARGER HOME... LOOKING FOR A STARTER PROJECT... OR JUST DOWNSIZING TO SOMETHING SMALLER? ONE OF THE AGENTS IN THIS SECTION WILL HAVE THE RIGHT HOME FOR YOU!

Top Ten Tips and Guideline for Buying a Home R

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This week, I have come up with the top ten tips and guide to buying a home. These tips address the most critical and most often misunderstood home buying issues. COMMIT TO THE PROCESS Buying a home is the largest and most important purchase in the lives of most people. However, far too many want to treat it like shopping for new clothes. What may work for your wardrobe is often a disaster with a home purchase. The savvy home buyer makes a conscious decision and commitment to buy, plans carefully and deals with financing issues first, allocates adequate time off from work to look, keeps emotions in check, listens to the advice of a professional. HIRE A BUYER’S AGENT TO REPRESENT YOU Home Buyers can and should be represented by their own agent- A Buyer’s Agent- who is bound by contract to do everything possible to protect the buyer’s interests. Only with a Buyer’s Agent can the buyer be assured of getting the best service and counseling throughout the buying process. To be represented by a Buyer’s Agent normally requires a written agreement. GET APPROVED FOR FINANCING When a home seller receives an offer to purchase there are two primary factors that are always considered immediatelyHow much is the offer, and does the buyer really have the money? After all, a seller has no way to know who you are or how re-

r liable you may be. In every case a seller is more willing to negotiate price and/or other terms if the availability of money is assured. When a home buyer makes the effort up front to get pre-approved for financing it does two things- Establishes exactly how much home you can afford, and, puts you in the strongest possible negotiating position with home sellers. CHOOSE THE NEIGHBORHOOD After arranging financing, the infamous “location” issue is the next thing a buyer should consider as the home buying process is begun. The fact that a home is a “good buy” or is “so beautiful” can never cure the ills of being in an undesirable area. Most buyers should consider neighborhood factors like schools, distance from work, distance to shopping or hospitals, general appearance and relative affordability before running out to start “looking inside” various homes for sale. The worst thing a buyer can do is “Fall in Love” with a home in an unsuitable or unaffordable area. BE REALISTIC ABOUT NEEDS AND WANTS Everyone has heard of someone who has looked at over 500 homes during the course of 18 months utilizing the services of 5 realtors before finally finding that “just right” home. This only happens when the buyer has not come to terms with what they really need, want and can afford to buy. Everyone needs and wants enough bedrooms and bathrooms to serve their family adequately. Everyone needs and wants a nice kitchen, comfortable living area, and sufficient storage. Everyone would like a home to be in relatively good condition. But the buyer who just can’t live without the three car garage, the brand new A/C & heating system, and the special oversized game room is usually in for great disappointment. MAKE THE RIGHT OFFER Once the buyer’s agent is hired, loan is approved, neighborhood is determined and the home is selected an offer has to be made. It needs to be the right offer. To be successful the buyer should listen closely

to the advice of the buyer’s agent. A rule of thumb is that a too low first offer usually results in the buyer either losing the home or ultimately paying more than he should for the home. Why? Among other factors, a low ball offer puts the seller on the defensive and contaminates the environment needed to result in a win-win negotiation. An offer that is too high can also send the wrong signal to the seller, especially when the home was just recently put on the market. A too high offer may not only cost the buyer money but could cause the seller to be less agreeable with other terms and conditions. GET A HOME INSPECTION The home looks clean and well maintained so there is no need to check further. Wrong! Most home buyers, even those who have bought and sold many times, are not experts in construction issues, building codes, safety issues and many other items. Home inspections, usually guided by regulations, are able to find things of concern that the buyer would otherwise overlook. Since this is likely to be the largest purchase of your lifetime the few hundred dollars spent on a home inspection is always money well spent. Does this mean if an inspector finds things in need of repair that the seller will automatically fix them? No, it does not. Depending upon the specific issues and the terms of the sales contract the buyer may be able to have some things fixed by the seller. Each situation is different and the buyer should look to his buyer’s agent for advice on the types of things the seller normally can be expected to repair given the sales contract terms and market conditions at the time. AVOID MIDSTREAM CHANGES Nothing is ever constant except for change. But, the wise home buyer avoids non-essential changes if at all possibleparticularly when it comes to their financial picture. GET A SURVEY AND TITLE INSURANCE Real estate purchases are among the most complex business transactions that most people ever undertake. There are a

multitude of factors to be considered and many things that can go wrong. However, there is no reason to not receive clear title and a property free from encroachments. The survey is a verification of property boundary lines and should display any encroachments or easements. For example, assume you are buying a home in an older subdivision where many homeowners have added decks, garages and so forth over the years. It is possible that one of your neighbors’ additions was not built within the property boundaries but is situated partly on the lot you are purchasing. A survey should reveal this problem before you become the owner. Title insurance is a guarantee that when you purchase real estate there is no one else with any claim to your property. Should someone claim a prior ownership interest subsequent to your purchase of the property the title insurance company is obligated to protect your ownership interest. An alternative to title insurance is something called an Abstract of Title which is condensed history of all transactions affecting a particular tract of land. Consult an attorney if you are considering an Abstract of Title. BE PRO-ACTIVE This may seem to be a given to most people but it is truly remarkable how many home buyers thing that all they have to do is sign the contract and everything else will magically occur without their participation. The fact is that there are many details that only the buyer can resolve to assure a timely, trouble free purchase and closing. The buyer’s agent will counsel and assist throughout the process but the buyer will have the best overall result by being fully aware of all aspects of the process and asking as many questions as possible along the way. Should you have any further questions, I’ll help guide you in the right way, and get you one step closer to purchasing the home of your dreams. You can reach me at 613561-0244 or merolatahamtandesigns@live.ca


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WADE MITCHELL

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BROKER OF RECORD/OWNER OFFICE: 354-4800 HOME: 354-1520 CELL: 539-1433

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

32 Industrial Blvd, Napanee, Ontario K7R 4B7 Phone (613)354-4800 Fax (613)354-4804 www.exitnapanee.ca

email: wmitchell@exitnapanee.ca

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 1-3PM

287 BRIDGE ST. W. - DON COX Great 3 bedroom bungalow in ideal location! Brand new large eat-in kitchen, new bathroom, new windows (2012), new roof (3 years) soffit, fascia, eves (1 year), new deck (2 years). Wonderful family home! $199,900. (EX3033) MLS 12608888

NEW LISTING

6388 COUNTY RD. 2 E. Totally renovated 3 bedroom bungalow with hardwood and ceramic flooring. Large master with ensuite, 12x12 deck off kitchen, open concept living room/dining room, all new windows, new roof, furnace, pellet stove in walkout basement. This list goes on. New 2 piece bath in finished rec room to be installed. Nothing to do here but move in and enjoy! $269,900. (EX3089) MLS 13601308

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 1-3PM

36 BEVERLY HOST: DARREN HILL Great semi for first time home buyers or retired couple to live in luxury. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 up and 1 down. Flooring is hardwood, ceramic and carpet, deck off large eat-in kitchen, finished rec room with den. Single attached garage with paved drive. $234,900. (EX3086) MLS 13601305

NEW LISTING

550 BRADY RD. Excellent 3 bedroom, elevated bungalow. Features new deck (2012) off large eat-in kitchen, hardwood flooring on main level, full finished bright basement, L-shaped rec room. Some upgrades include new roof (2012), new furnace 5 years ago. Nothing to do but move in and enjoy! $224,900. (EX3088) MLS 13601309

NEW LISTING

1025 COUNTY RD. 1 EAST Century home situated on 7.6 acres. Very private and well treed setPrime building lot. 5.66 acres on Napanee River. ting featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, gleaming hardwood floors, main floor family room with fireplace and walkout to large deck. Formal Including 3 car garage with workshop. Severance and dining room, balcony off master bedroom, and 2 car garage. This survey just being completed. $139,900. (EX2918) MLS 12605940 is a must to view!! $359,900. (EX2919) MLS 12605941

One of Napanee’s finest homes! Constructed with greta attention to every detail. Sandstone exterior and cedar shake roof. Completely finished on 3 levels with approximately 5000 sq. ft. 220 BRANT ST. Great 2 bedroom semi featuring hardwood and ceramic. Bright, of finished living space featuring 5+1 bedrooms, all newer hardopen concept kitchen/dining room/living room. Unfinished wood flooring, full finished basement with walkout. Sit on your basement with rough-in for second bathroom. Less than 2 concrete balcony or flagstone patio and overlook a beautiful heated in-ground pool. $524,900. (EX3029) MLS 12608763 years old! $149,900. (EX3030) MLS 12608872

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55 SLASH RD. Elevated bungalow in good condition located on an oversized town lot with a country atmosphere. A two-tiered deck overlooks Excellent Main Street location, next to Tim Hortons. a large landscaped lot which backs onto a park. Bright and Featuring 4900 sq. ft. building in good condition, 3 bay cheery rooms with lots of natural light. Laminate and hardwood doors. Asking $350,000. Must be sold! Open for floors, wainscotting in rec room. Call today to view! $224,900. (EX3046) MLS 13600256 offers. (EX3041) MLS 13600031

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63 DUNDAS STREET This building consists of a 2 bay garage, sales office, 2 washrooms. The building has not been used after May 6/96. There Great investment opportunity. Building is leased to a long term is an environment report on file that was completed in 1993. tenant. Lots of parking for 15 cars. Call for details. $399,900. This property is being sold “as is.” Must be sold. Open for (EX2746) MLS 12601695 offers. $185,000. (EX3040) MLS 13600030

OFFICE: 354-4800 CELL: 541-9152

NEW LISTING

93 HENRY Nothing to do but move in and enjoy. Solid brick bungalow only 5 years old. Features large open concept kitchen, dining and living room with gleaming hardwood floors. Patio doors to large 2 tier deck. Fully finished basement with large room, 2 bedrooms and 3 piece bath. Also separate entrance from walkout, perfect in-law suite potential. Located on a larger lot on a dead-end street. $334,900. (EX3015) MLS 12608267

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1503 SOUTH SHORE RD. VACATION AT HOME! This year round home has many great features to offer including deep waterfront with 2 docks, ideal for swimming, fishing and boating, sloped backyard with staircase, large patio and nice deck area. The interior has been upgraded and updated with new kitchen, baths, flooring, painting, some new windows, newer furnace, roof and garage with storage underneath and an amazing sunroom with gorgeous views of the bay. A quick closing available and located on hardtop road for easy access. $279,900. (EX3087)

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160 EAST ST. PRICE REDUCED NOW ONLY $279,900. Stunning century home located on a quiet street in town complete with original woodwork and hardwood floors throughout. Updated kitchen with in-floor radiant heat. Wiring, plumbing, heating system all less than 10 years old. New roof in 2012. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths (updated), 1 with antique claw foot tub, 2nd floor laundry. Generator backup panel (don’t get left in the dark again). Large in-ground 16’x32’ pool, detached 12’x18’ workshop with loft. All appliances are negotiable. Immediate or flexible possession is welcome. (EX2961) MLS 12606789

319 CAMDEN RD. Excellent starter or retirement home. 2 bedroom bungalow, new kitchen 2009, hardwood flooring in living room and dining room, new roof 2008, large 12’x16’ deck off kitchen, fenced yard. $167,000. ( EX2995) MLS 12607647

22 EDGEWOOD DR. Spacious 4 bedroom home in one of Napanee`s most desirable neighbourhoods! Bright kitchen with island, breakfast nook and hardwood floors, huge main floor family room with wet bar, gas fireplace and garden doors to patio, great for entertaining. Large master with 3 piece ensuite and walk-in closet, partially finished basement. This house is on a 154’ x 182’ in-town lot backing onto the woods. Don’t miss this one. $369,900. (EX3006) MLS 12608006

3226 COUNTY RD. 1 EAST 4 bedroom, 2 bath bungalow with a custom kitchen with 4 appliances included featuring patio doors to lovely private yard. Enjoy the large main floor family room, finished basement, large single garage with workshop. $259,900. (EX3022) MLS 12608568

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This year round home offers 80’ of waterfront with panoramic views, great fishing and boating. Open concept kitchen/dining/living room with main floor laundry, 4 bedrooms (master with vaulted ceiling), 2 baths (one ensuite) and central air. Fully finished basement with in-law suite, laundry, kitchen/bar, gas fireplace and walkout to 14’x28’ in-ground pool. Covered marine rail system, dock, boat lift, sprinkler system, wrap-around deck and 2 car garage. This home has it all. Many upgrades include new roof, oil tank, pool pump, tile and hardwood floors throughout main level. $365,000. (EX3048) MLS 13600284

126B LASHERS RD. Looking for prime waterfront? Look no f u r t h e r . Winterized cottage, year round a c c e s s . Featuring large living room/din218 BRANT ST. ing room combo with views of the water. Walkout basement 119 BRIDGE ST. E. with rec room. Great dock and boat lift with deep water. Great 2 bedroom semi featuring hardwood and ceramic. Bright, open concept kitchen/dining room/living room. Unfinished Nice 2 bedroom bungalow located on a corner lot with easy access Massive quonset hut with wood stove on Long Reach. Don’t basement with rough-in for second bathroom. Less than 2 to all town amenities. Main floor laundry. A great starter or retiremiss this one. $259,900. (EX2879) ment home. $129,000. (EX3072) MLS 13601059 years old! $149,900. (EX3031) MLS 12608874

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20 MARKET SQUARE 1000 square feet of space, 2 offices, board room, 2 piece bath, central location. Triple Net Lease. (EX3062) M L S 12606569

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17-125 EAST 443 MILLIGAN LANE There are 2 buildings on the subject property; the sales office (35x24) 840 sq. ft., the garage is 1190 sq. ft. with two bay doors, Excellent 4 bay garage, office and waiting room in used to be a service station. The property is accessible from prime location. Land and building for sale only. Adelphi and East St. Excellent development property. Must be Property is fully fenced with gate. $329,900. (EX3061) sold. Open for offers. $249,900. (EX3039) MLS 13600028 MLS 13600818

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Looking for a great private waterfront building lot on South BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this 200’ by 4 acre prime Shore, Hay Bay with 360 feet of level water frontage. waterfront lot on Hay Bay. Sandy shoreline, level lot. Ready for your dream home. $99,900. (EX2899) MLS $189,900. (EX2970) MLS 12607050/12607053 12605561 ATTENTION!! Pick your spot to build your dream home on Great building lot on South Shore, Hay Bay with 84 feet of this picture perfect 19 acre building lot located just minwater frontage. $49,900. (EX2900) MLS 12605562 utes north of Napanee. Enjoy nature at its best. You will have lots of privacy. Entrance driveway is in. Good wells A RARE FIND. Unbelievable 300’ of water frontage on have been obtained on neighbouring lots. $59,500. Hay Bay, deep water. Build your dream home on this 2.26 (EX3068) MLS 13601045 acres. Enjoy the spectacular views. $249,900. MLS 12603942 BUILD YOU OWN DREAM HOME on this beautiful 63 acre parcel. Approx. 30 acres of workable and 13 acres of Great building lot with lots of privacy. Just minutes from cedar, pine, and spruce. Remaining is brush. $99,900. town. $48,900. (EX2779) MLS 12602858 (EX2768) MLS 12602220

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513 HINCH RD. Looking or lots of space and privacy? Look no further! Excellent family home situated on approximately 10 acres. Features large bright open concept living room/dining room, 222 BRANT ST. comes with hardwood floors, patio doors off dining to deck, 414 DUNDAS ST., DESERONTO Great 2 bedroom semi featuring hardwood and ceramic. Bright great working kitchen with large pantry, 3 bedrooms up with a 4 open concept kitchen/dining room/living room. Unfinished piece ensuite, master on main level with five piece ensuite. 2 bedroom home on a large lot. Windows updated. Partially fenced yard with storage shed. Needs some TLC. Call today basement with rough-in for second bathroom. Less than 2 Great water here. $259,900. (EX3017) MLS 12608292 for viewing! $68,000. (EX3028) MLS 12608749 years old! $149,900. (EX3032) MLS 12608875

Custom built, waterfront country estate on Picton Bay in Bass Cove. 3000 sq ft to enjoy on the main level featuring; great room with 25’ ceilings, 3 fireplaces, 3 baths, gourmet kitchen. Master bedroom has upper loft and private deck. 2000 sq. feet more in the finished lower level with media room (9 foot screen), full in-law suite with walkout. Maple and ceramic floors, geo-thermal for heat and air conditioning, in-floor heating, central vac, computerized water pressure equalizer. Triple car garage, 25’ x 40’ “toy” storage building with boat port on side. 52 acres, 762 feet of waterfront, open land for crops or maybe a vineyard. $1,145,000. (EX2948) MLS 12606535

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351 COUNTY RD. 9 Spectacular executive 2 storey located just on the edge of town. 4 large bedrooms, four baths, formal living room with wood fireplace and formal dining room. Beautiful bright main floor family room. Real cherrywood flooring throughout two levels. Full finished basement with walkout. $399,900. (EX3083) MLS 13601233

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9396 COUNTY ROAD 2 Grand 2 storey, 5 bedroom in a fabulous parklike setting with incredible water views. Very spacious home with many upgrades including kitchen and 2 piece washroom, hardwood floors and newer windows. Huge 2700 sq. ft. 2 storey outbuilding. Would make an ideal building for home business or workshop. $239,900. (EX2946) MLS 12606508

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8 ACRES of prime commercial land. Services at lot line. LOOKING TO BUILD YOU DREAM HOME but want to be Located just off 41 Highway on VanLuven Road. close to Town. Look no further. Great building lot on Little $240,000. MLS 12603946 Creek Street 246’ x 150’ with a great well. Lots of water. $49,900. (EX2887) MLS 12605266 82 ACRES on Shermans Point with 332 feet of prime waterfront. Build your dream waterfront home on the EXCELLENT WATER FRONT approved for 12 unit apartsecluded wooded lot at the very end of the road. Good ment. Building includes all engineered plans, or build your possibilities of developing the remaining acreage with dream home. Call for more details, GST applicable on the 4560 feet of Town Road frontage. Zoned rural with a tiny subject property. $225,000. (EX2859) MLS 12604759 bit of E.P. GST is applicable. $399,900. (EX2825) MLS If you like wide open spaces, this building lot is perfect for 12604012 you. Build you dream home on this very nice, level lot and EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT located on Robert Street have space to roam. New well with lots of water. Taxes to just north of Graham Street. 50` x 106`. Level lot. $46,900 be assessed. $49,900. (EX3044) MLS 13600215 (EX2545) MLS 11605554

GOOD 2 ACRE PARCEL of industrial land cleared and ready to build on. Water and sewer at the front of the property. Call for more details. $82,900. (EX2019) MLS 10601646

PRISTINE WATERFRONT LOT with well. Ready to build on! Barn currently on property to be removed. Call today for details. $239,000. (EX2487) MLS 11604152

PRISTINE SHORELINE - SHERMAN’S POINT ROAD Build your dream home on this 100’ waterfront x 300’ cleared level lot. Nestled within the cedars on the shores of Long Reach. $175,000. (EX3049) MLS 13600288


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75 & 77 DUNDAS ST. W. 4-plex in downtown Napanee. Close to all amenities. Updated roof 2000, wiring 2004. Showing good return. Call listing agents for financials. Allow 24 hours for showings. $179,900. (EX2999) MLS 12607857

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This 2 bedroom, 1 bath modernized four season cottage is surrounded by trees and a spectacular view with 120’ of supreme Bay of Quinte shoreline. Interlocking patio leads to seawall and 60’ dock to hot spot for bass, walleye, pike, etc. Property is meticulously maintained and boasts gleaming laminate floors, electric fireplace, loads of closets, open concept kitchen and living room, granite top in bathroom, new appliances, large shed. New steel boat lift added in ‘09 for larger boats for your family pleasure. $279,900. (EX2832) MLS 12604181 www.paradiseonbayofquinte.com

Commercial building with living quarters. Good central location next to library for any type of retail. Fenced rear yard with parking. Inclusions, fridge, stove, woodstove, storage shed, fenced yard. $129,900. MLS 13601228

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2 bedroom bungalow, large living room and extra large eat-in kitchen. Main floor laundry. Extra large town lot. Roof, furnace and windows updated. $129,900. (EX2929) MLS 12606209

3+2 bedroom country bungalow with in-law suite. Patio doors off kitchen to deck. Walkout basement with solarium, wood combination furnace, extra large detached garage, greenhouse (22’x66’) with oil furnace and wood stove. All appliances included in purchase price. $189,900. (EX2788) MLS 12603128

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291 OLD HAMBURG ROAD Proud Victorian styling in rich red brick to match your pride of ownership. On a 5+ acre private retreat. 3 car garage with studio above. Wrap-around veranda, douglas fir floors throughout. Cherry kitchen cabinetry with granite tops on counter and island. Refurbished top to bottom. A luxury estate minutes from Napanee. $499,900. (EX2983) MLS 12605131 http://www.toursrus.ca/291oldhamburgrd/tour.htm

164 KIMMETT SIDE RD. You own the lot with this starter modular home, 2 minutes north of 401. Updates include windows 2010, F.A.O. furnace 2011, 2 bedrooms. Reasonable taxes and municipal services on this roomy lot. $119,900. (EX3036) MLS 12608978

CEDARSTONE RD., TAMWORTH - Excellent cleared and level building lot close to Tamworth. Drilled well with well record at 6 gpm. Vendor able to prepare quote for foundation. Septic system or additional fill is required. $24,900. (EX3000) MLS 12607809 MCKEOWN DRIVE RD. - 2 acre building lot on McKeown Drive Road. Gradual sloping lot. Well treed with newer home. Dead-end street, local traffic minimum. Home to be constructed 1800 sq. ft., M.F. New survey, well drilled 10 gpm. Entrance and road up to Township standard. Sell will hold mortgage to qualified buyers. $39,900. (EX2716) MLS 12600934 1265 OLD MACKENZIE RD. - Ideal recreational property for hunting, fishing, four-wheeling or ski-dooing, or a new home. Ample amount of level shoreline on Princess Lake. Nice hardwood ridge. Well treed property fronts on both sides of road. 46 km. from Bancroft. $99,900. (EX2966) MLS 12606953

372 DESHANE RD, MARLBANK Nature at your doorstep with this private setting. 3 year old, 4 bedroom bungalow, hardwood floors and wrap-around deck to enjoy wildlife. 1200 sq. ft. Open concept kitchen, dining room, living room. High efficiency propane furnace and large lower level bedroom. Seclusion at its best. $184,900. (EX3018) MLS 12608406

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165 THOMAS ST. W.

Good 3 bedroom with 1 1/2 baths, main floor laundry, hot water/oil heat plus wood stove, some hardwood. Situated near a large lot with a 3 bay outbuilding. Offered at $154,900. (EX3065)

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Excellent 3 bedroom with new gas furnace in 2012, new windows 2009, new shingles 2008, new deck 3 years ago. Finished basement, fenced yard. Great area of town. 2 fireplaces, tastefully done. $189,900. (EX3085)

2+2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, spacious kitchen with ceramic floors and an abundance of cupboards. Gas heat, central air, fenced yard, double drive. Rec room in finished basement. Asking $159,900. (EX3010)

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120 PARK ST., DESERONTO Good 3 bedroom with gas heat situated on a huge town lot, 198x66 with small detached garage. Totally fenced, double paved drive. Full basement, patio door off dining room to huge deck. Furnace 7 years old, shingles 4 years old. $154,900. (EX3084)

174 DUNDAS ST. DESERONTO

A s k i n g $179,900. for this spacious, well kept 2+2 bedroom with 2 baths, newer furnace with central air, beautiful rear sunroom, family room with gas fireplace, great workshop with loft in rear yard, double wide paved drive. Must be seen. Call for your appointment today. (EX3055)

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This 3 bedroom home deserves your inspection. Full finished basement with great in-law suite possibilities. 2 baths, beautifully decked 21’ above-ground pool, 1 1/2 car detached garage with concrete driveway. Situated in a quiet area with all newer homes. Asking $184,900. (EX3012)

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3 CEDAR ST. - $109,900. 291 OLD HAMBURG ROAD - $499,900. Bright open concept, skylights, sunroom leading to deck and The ambiance of old and new! The moment you step into this blissfully serene home, the rush and confusion of every day’s routine melt fully landscaped lot. Upgraded newer windows, maintenance away. 5+ acres, 3 car garage with studio above, wrap-around veranda, cherry and douglas fir trim and cupboards. It’s just plain beautiful. (EX2983) MLS 12605131 free. Main floor laundry. (EX2854) MLS 12604607

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9 CENTRE ST., NAPANEE Security building! Ideal retirement living within walking distance to downtown and boardwalk to the falls of the Napanee River. Great view of river from your balcony. One bedroom. Condo fees include water and sewer fee. $129,900. (EX3051)

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Must be seen!! Only $189,900. for this extremely well kept Victorian with newer windows, furnace and a/c. 1 1/2 baths, formal dining room, third floor loft. Beautifully landscaped with patio. (EX3050)

3126 SWITZERVILLE ROAD

Stately country 2 storey home on a 1.5 acre lot. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Living room, sitting room, family room. Lots of upgrades. Central air and central vac. Separate garage with loft. Mature trees. Desirable location at the edge of town. Easy commute to Kingston. $224,900. (EX2960) MLS 12606765

343 GINGER ST. $194,900.

This 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 baths home is situated in a nice area of town. Features gas heat, oak kitchen cabinets, finished family room in basement, inside entry from house to attached garage, patio doors from living room to rear deck, paved drive. MANY RENOVATIONS completed in recent weeks. (EX2878)

132 GREEN ST. DESERONTO

This very spacious home is in good condition. Many upgrades such as kitchen and baths. Raised oak cupboards that are sure to impress, huge eat-in kitchen, large bright living room, 1 1/2 baths, fenced yard. Total heat and hydro costs for last 12 months. Approximately $236./mth. $129,900. (EX2925)


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2.7 ACRES ON CAMDEN RD. Prime location on Camden road just south of Camden Variety Store. Zoned development and good for many Commercial or Residential uses. A recent survey is available and all reasonable Offers will be considered. $34,900. MLS 13600834 3.79 ACRES ON BUTTERMILK FALLS RD. Very nice building lot about 15 minutes from town and 401. Easy commute to Napanee or Belleville. Very nice road with upscale homes in the area. Level lot and partially treed. Dug well with return rate of approximately 16 gals. a

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minute according to report. $37,900. MLS 136000043 A SUPERIOR BUILDING LOT! A real deal on a beautiful fully treed 2.71 acre lot with a good well, new survey and entrance in. Just a short drive north to the Roblin area. Pleasant country views and newer homes nearby. Compare this at $39,000. MLS 12602393 DRIVE-IN ROAD Very desireable 27 acre parcel of vacant land backing onto the 401 and having 645 feet of road frontage on Drive-In Road. Property has 2 gates and a drilled well. $148,900. MLS 12605400

YARKER BUNGALOW A lovely brick bungalow sitting on approx 2.5 acres of property in the Village of Yarker, very close proximity to Cataraqui Trail. Property could easily accommodate extra large garage, workshop or home business. 3 nice sized bedrooms on the main level and one good sized room on the lower level that can be a fourth or an office. Galley style kitchen with eat in area. Large rec. room with gas fireplace, many newer windows, a detached 2 car garage and some hardwood floors make this just a great home. MLS 13601210 $249,900.

61 ACRES - PALACE ROAD This unique parcel is right in town with municipal services directly across the street. 1883 ft street frontage provides tremendous potential for residential development. Included is a 4 bedroom century limestone home and a 48’x60’ post and beam barn in good condition. This is a beautiful elevated setting with great views over the town and is fully surveyed. Call for details. MLS 13600044 $499,900.

FOR CREATIVE THINKERS Just a great 158 acres of vacant land just waiting for your creative Ideas. Almost 800 feet of frontage on Old Wilton Road, and over 1 mile of frontage and exposure to the 401. Yearround exposure and free advertising to 40 to 70,000 vehicles per day every day of the year. Call today to discuss your possibilities. $595,000. MLS 12605631

COUNTRY TWO STOREY This is a beautiful family home. Well kept and ready to move into. This 8 year old home has 4 bedrooms and three baths. Features include formal living and dining rooms, main foor family room, eat-in kitchen with lots of cupboard space and upper level laundry area. Wood floors throughout the main level, a gas fireplace and a high dry unfinished basement with a walkout complete the home. Sitting on 4.31 Acres makes this the perfect country home just looking for a family to move into. $329,900. MLS 13600837

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284 BRIDGE ST., NAPANEE Wonderful brick bungalow close to hospital. Featuring 2 bedrooms up and 3 down with walkout, jacuzzi tub, hardwood floors, fully fenced large back yard and finished lower level. Call for your personal viewing. $214,900. (EX3071) MLS 13601044

3126 SWITZERVILLE ROAD Stately country 2 storey home on a 1.5 acre lot. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Living room, sitting room, family room. Lots of upgrades. Central air and central vac. Separate garage with loft. Mature trees. Desirable location at the edge of town. Easy commute to Kingston. $224,900. (EX2960) MLS 12606765

6 BOYCE CRT., BELLEVILLE Elegant Stinson built, open concept bungalow in an exclusive subdivision in Belleville. This home has so much for the young professionals or retirees. Plenty of upgrades include huge main floor bath with 2 person corner jacuzzi tub, gas fireplace, eating bar, hardwood and ceramic flooring, alarm system and professionally landscaped. You have to see it! $269,000. (EX3047) MLS 13600279

165 THOMAS ST. W. Nice bungalow. Good location. 4 beds, 2 baths. Beautiful large sunroom. Main floor family room with gas fireplace. Newer furnace, central air, and hot water on demand. Paved drive with parking for 4 cars. Detached workshop with upstairs loft. Act quickly, this one won’t last long. $179,900. (EX3055) MLS 13500499

3201 COUNTY ROAD 41 Multiple use in this great building on high traffic highway in the Village of Roblin. Don’t miss this opportunity. Seller will consider lease. $64,900. (EX3008) MLS 12608044

356 DESERONTO RD. New propane furnace approximately 2 years ago. New windows in 2006 (except bay window), steel roof. New kitchen cupboards 2007. Ceramic floor new in 2010. Nice private setting only 5 minutes from Napanee. $124,900. (EX2976)

439 MAIN ST. New shingles 2011, newer windows on main level, 2 baths, was a 3 bedroom home and can easily be converted back. Paved drive, good size storage shed, handicapped accessible, huge yard. Good little starter home. $82,900. (EX3024)

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TIME SHARE property located at Calabogie, Ontario. The unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a living/kitchen area. Ample skiing and snow sports in the immediate area. This time share is for week 11 each year.

SALMON RIVER BUILDING LOT 428 Feet Waterfront on the lovely Salmon River, near Forest Mills. Good lot for walkout basement. New drilled well at 8.79 GPM. Very pretty setting for your new home. $79,900 MLS 13600831

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Deseronto Storm save their worst for last Club caps off first Empire season by allowing 14 goals in shutout loss to Amherstview Jets

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

t was a ‘pad your stats’ kind of night for the Amherstview Jets in Deseronto on Friday, as they administered a 14-0 beating on the Storm to close out the regular season. Taylor Brown led the charge, scoring three goals and adding two assists. He opened the scoring just shy of the five minute mark of the first and the Jets never looked back. Cassidy Bruni and Brett Yake scored twice while Nic Pascoal, Kyle Pengelly, Ryan Fletcher, Brandon Gilmour, Dan Chadwick, Jake Hulton and Chad McCutcheon had singles. Troy Paquette recorded the shutout, stopping 25 shots. Amos Lloyd and Ben Elliot split goaltending duties, facing a combined 62 pucks. For the Storm the 14 goal deficit was the biggest of their year, a one that they ended with a dismal 3-37 record, dead last in the six team league. “We’ve learned a lot,” said Storm owner and head coach Adam Maracle. “We’ll definitely take what we learned from the year and apply it to next year.” Though they closed out on a 13-game losing streak, there were times in the early going when oppo-

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nents couldn’t write them off as an easy win. They secured their first victory in their second game of the season and were only outscored 16-12 over their first four games. The league began to run them over as Maracle fulfilled the wishes of some of their top-scoring veterans, dealing away Bobby Breadman to Campbellford and Cody Stapley to the Jets while others like Shayne Winner and Alex McConnell left the team. Left with a shorter bench and a much younger squad, the Storm finished with 79 goals for compared to 289 against. Of those 79 goals, 30 came from three sources as Jared Boomhower, Brett Maracle and Jordan Cannons finished in a three-way tie for the team lead with 10 goals. Boomhower was the team’s top point getter with 18. Corey Prince racked up the most assists with nine. “We can’t say enough about the heart that these guys showed all year,” Maracle said of the core group of players who showed up night after night with little hope of winning. “To come out the way they did, our hats are off to them.” Maracle said Friday’s game was an indication of how mature the team had become, taking their lumps without resorting to cheap

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Deseronto’s Brandon Torres (no.11) attempts to clear the puck away and spoil Amherstview’s Ryan Fletcher’s scoring chance in front of Storm goalie Amos Lloyd. shots. Only one penalty was called against them the entire game. “Finish it with pride, none of that gong show stuff,” Maracle said he told the players. With their Empire B League debut now in the books, Maracle knows they’ll have no excuse for 2013-14. They plan to step up their recruiting and intend to write a letter to the Ontario Minor Hockey

Association, asking to extend their recruiting boundary. They currently have just one county while the other Junior C teams in the area have two or three. He’s also hoping his current players, all of which are eligible to return, will do some word of mouth advertising amongst their friends as well. Maracle points to the fact that he never stood in

the way of veteran players looking to further their career this year, a virtue he hopes players in the area will notice. They’ll be extremely active this summer, hoping to field a competitive club for next September. Now that the books are closed on the regular season, the league’s top four teams have begun their best-of-seven semifinal playoff series.

The top-seeded Picton Pirates drew first blood against the Jets, downing them 6-2 on the road in Game 1. Game 2 will take place tonight in Picton at 7:30 p.m. Game 3 will go Saturday in Picton starting at 8 p.m. with Game 4 scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Sunday in Amherstview. In the second versus third seed series, Port Hope and Campbellford are tied 1-1.

Pirates reign Empire Minor Peewee Stars grab 2-0 series edge B League’s stats race Staff Reporter

The Picton Pirates offered few weaknesses to their Empire B League opponents this year, dominating both the scoring and goaltending stats. Picton’s Ryan Sizer locked up the scoring title with 81 points (40 goals, 41 assists). The next three spots were also occupied by Pirates as Jack Davidson (79 points) Mitchell Smith (74) and Evan Greer (74) rounded it out. The highest scoring non-Pirate was Campbellford’s Ryan Crowley, who had 64. The top scoring Raider was Luke Emmons, whose 34 points tied him for 19th. Sizer was the top goal scorer while teammate Smith’s 53 assists were best in the league. Amherstview's Liam Vanburen was the top scoring blue liner, registering 12 goals

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and 30 assists in 40 games. Napanee’s Chris Doyle led all defencemen with five power play points. Between the pipes Picton’s Andrew Pearson posted the league’s top goals against average with a 1.75 in 22 games. He also led the league with a 20 wins, one more than Campbellford’s Cole Mahoney, who had a 3.17 GAA. Pearson also lead the league with five shutouts. The Jets’ Paquette was the only other keeper with more than one perfect game, registering two. Pearson’s teammate Adam Wood had the second best GAA with 2.28. Deseronto’s Brett Maracle, who only played in 26 games, had the honouring of tallying the most penalty minutes with 187. That was 39 more than Ryan Wilkinson of Port Hope, who played in 35 games.

he Napanee McDougall Insurance Peewee Minors faced their arch-rival, Whitby Blue, to start the quarterfinals in OMHA play with a strong showing to win 21 on Friday. After a scoreless first, Emmet Pierce evaded a pinching defenceman to break out with Logan White and Liam Wilkinson. They moved the puck around, and Pierce buried a rebound. Adam Burger thought he had tallied, too, but a malfunctioning clock negated it. However, near the end of a four-minute power play, Ryan Kirkpatrick put one top shelf for what proved to be the winner. White and Kyle Garrett were the setup men on the play. Whitby tested Murray Craig on a tentatively called penalty shot, but he was equal to the task, and it ended 2-1.

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Napanee’s Tysan Dowdle (No. 11) battles for a puck at centre ice. The juvenile Stars couldn’t keep up with Quinte West however, losing in the semis. Saturday, after a couple of tight periods, with Napanee briefly down 1-0, they came roaring back with five unanswered goals for a

6-1 blowout. Burger led the way with a pair. n The Boyd Electric Stars continued their Cinderella run, albeit a little closer to

midnight, facing Uxbridge in quarter-finals, and began with a 4-3 victory.

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STARS | Peewee AE Stars defy the odds, extend series CONTINUED FROM PAGE 24 Steven Shea worked a give and go with Nelson Powers to get the lead. They traded goals, when Ryan McLay took a feed from Alex Brady to score on the powerplay, but their hosts evened things at 2-2, shorthanded. A seeing-eye goal from Kyle Weese’s point shot restored their lead. Adam Doyle went one-on-one, and Powers fought off his check to knock home the rebound. Uxbridge Stars got one more, but the Napanee Stars escaped with the victory. Sunday back home at the SPC, in a tight, defensive match they were edged 1-0. The travel miles began to catch up with them, as they fell behind early and never regained their composure. Shea found himself alone in the slot, and Powers again scored off the rebound to make it 2-1, but their hosts kept up the pressure to win 6-2. Finn Pierce saw more rubber than a Goodyear worker. Game 4 is on the Goodyear rink Saturday at 7:30 p.m. n The Lakeshore League oddsmakers — if there were such people — would have taken a beating on Sunday. Trailing the powerhouse Clarington Toros 3-0 in their OMHA quarter-final playoff series, and having lost their last three games to the Toros by an aggregate score of 26-5, the Pee-

wee AE Stars looked as though they were doomed to be swept going into Game 4 on Sunday. The Stars forced the Toros to stow their brooms, however, by pulling out a 3-3 tie on the Goodyear rink with likely their best total team effort of the season. In fact, the Stars had the Toros on the ropes after the first two periods, heading into the dressing room with a 2-0 lead. Defenceman Logan Votary got the Stars on the board first with a point shot, converting on a pass from Brock Vale. Kiel Benton then gave them a 2-0 cushion on a beautiful turnaround wrist shot, making the most of another Vale feed. The Toros came out flying in the third period and, capitalizing on a few power plays, erased the lead and took a one-goal advantage of their own into the final minute. With the goalie pulled, Michael Lloyd tipped in a pass from Benton with 32 seconds left on the clock to make it 3-3. Overtime solved nothing. Netminder Nolan Hatch stymied the Toros between the pipes for the Stars. Only a day earlier, the same Stars were thumped by the Toros 8-2 in Clarington. Colby Sweet and Spencer Chatterton both got a pair of third-period goals. Chatterton and Seth Barton also picked up assists. n After two lopsided wins

over Ajax, the Country Traditions Novice A Stars played Game 3 of their quarter finals in Ajax, and came out with a close 2-1 win. Scoring for Napanee were Reid Lambert and Cole Campbell. Corbin Votary and Ryan Aldridge shared the goaltending duties. This win moves the Novice As to the semifinals, playing Uxbridge. n Meanwhile, the Novice AE’s faced a solid Peterborough squad losing 7-2 on Saturday. Brody Beaubien and Dawson Wales scored for the Stars. In Peterborough, they lost 6-0. n The Napanee Juveniles ended their playoffs on Saturday losing their semifinal series with Quinte West. n Last Wednesday the Minor Atom Stars defeated Kingston for the second time, 4-2, on the strength of a hat trick by Ben White. In the first, he fired a high shot over the goalie’s left shoulder. Still in the first, he picked up a carelessly left puck at the top of the crease, and slid it through the goalie’s legs. Connor Brooks netted a shot from the left circle on the power-play. White completed the triple cutting in from the right with a high backhand. Greg Mills, Dylan Bailey, Caden Holmes, and Brooks made the score sheet with assists. The Stars continued their round robin with a 7-3 victory in Ajax Saturday, to ensure their place in

the next round with Whitby Blue. Sunday, they made it a perfect round robin with a 3-1 win with Clarington. n Thursday, the Napanee L&A Mutual Atom As travelled to Pickering, and earned a solid victory 4-2 on the strength of two goals by Zack Doyle. Sunday they were on the opposite side of an identical score with Quinte West. n The Giant Tiger Bantams faced a seesaw battle with Oshawa having two leads during the match, and ending in a 3-3 tie. Jake Murphy, Jake Wales, and Curtis Lambert provided the offense, with Tyler Thompson adding two assists. Sunday, Whitby White notched a 5-3 victory. Wales, Jake Murphy, and Brennan Moffatt scored for the Stars. nThe Napanee Midgets were trounced 7-0 to Cobourg last week. Friday, home to Port Perry, they went out to a 3-0 lead on goals by Dalton Manley, Dylan Lyman, and call-up, Riley West. In a 36 second span in the second, the visitors made it 3-2. Keegan Scott notched one off the faceoff, but they were preyed on for two goals in the third for a 5-4 setback. They were edged 6-4 in Port Perry on Saturday, and at the SPC Sunday, they were knotted at one after two periods, but fell 41 to Cobourg. Troy Clarke had the lone tally.

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MITCHELL KARATE AND JIU-JITSU WWW.MKJJ.ORG

613-354-2369

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FIREARMS AND Hunter Education courses at Tamworth. Firearms course, February 22nd, 23rd; Hunter Education, March 1st, 2nd. Wild Turkey licence examinations. Call Bill, 613-335-2786.

CARDS OF THANKS

Marie Cook and family would like to express a sincere thank you to friends, neighbours and relatives for the many gestures of sympathy shown after Robert’s pasing. Please know that the food, flowers, cards, e-mails, phone calls and donations were very much appreciated. To Dr. McFadzean for his home visits, care, concern and advice, we are most grateful. The competent nurses of C.C.A.C. and P.S.W. Cathy, allowed Robert to remain in the comfort of the home he loved so well. Many thanks to the medical team at Lennox and Addington Hospital during Robert’s short stay. To Rev. Burry Wiseman, your regular visits were a welcome support. To Colin, Jason, Elaine and Doug at the Wartman Funeral Home for professionally guiding us through some difficult days. Thank you one and all for your kindnesses. The Cook family. Shirley Rayer would like to take this time to thank everyone who recently supported me and my late husband Simon. Thanks to Father Richard Hetke, Father David Smith, Father Dale Wright, Father David Bow Bear, all my 5 children, Susan, Julia, George, Pauline and Morgan Rayer, their partners and grandkids for their love and prayers. I also want to acknowledge Simon and Shirley’s friends and neighbours for their visits and prayers. Last but not least, I want to thank the doctors, nurses and Parameds that took great care of him, especially Dr. Chris Sosnowski, Dr. Biku, Dr. Dunkley and Dr. ZaZa. Bless you all. The family of the late John Haggerty would like to thank Major Vi Barrow for conducting the Funeral Service and her music, plus prayers and many visits at home and hospital. Thank you to St. Elizabeth nurses, Ernie Dowdy, Gerald and Dan for eulogies, friends and neighbours for acts of kindness, Rev. Anne Langdon for prayers and visits, Dr. McFadzean, emails, sympathy cards, donations to Lennox and Addington Hospital, the wonderful care John received at Lennox and Addington Hospital by nurses and doctors. With gratitude, Nina Haggerty and family.


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Thursday, February 21, 2013

MEMORIAMS 10 Years Ago

PETER HINCH

October 22, 1949 February 21, 2003

5 Years Ago

MARGARET HINCH

February 26, 1924 - April 13, 2008

CONWAY - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Roy, who passed away February 18, 2010. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, His weary trials and troubles are past, In silence he suffered, in patience he bore Till God called him Home to suffer no more. Lovingly remembered by wife Dorothy and family. DUKESHIRE - In loving memory of Grace, who passed away July 20, 1996. Grace’s life is a beautiful memory, Her death a silent grief, She walks with us down every path, Her spirit gives us quiet grief, We realize God knew best And tenderly we treasure the past, As you would want us to. Missed by sons, Allen, Wilfred and Ronald Hart, daughters-in-law, Norma and Beverley and grandchildren, John, Carolyn and Michael. KINNEAR - In loving memory of my dear mother and grandmother, Betty, who left us February 13, 2012. Roses grow in Heaven, Lord, Please pick some for me, Place them in my mother’s hands, She will know they are from me And that I love her As she will smile for me, Lord, hold her for a while And kiss her for me, God has her in His keeping And that makes it a little easier for me. Loved forever mom, very sadly missed, your loving son Robert and friends. PARKS - Howard “Howie” February 23, 2012 An angel took you by the hand, your place was ready in Heaven. You left all of us you loved. You had so much to live for and to do. It still seems impossible that Jesus had called you Home and as you walked through Heaven’s gate, we will never be far apart, for you’ll always be in my heart. As tears fall down my face, I wipe them away. I know that someday we will be together again. Your broken heart mom, Vivian.

As time unfolds another year, Memories keep both of you ever near.

Bill and Nadine Hinch and family Jim and Ruth Armstrong and family

Debbie Hinch and Family

DEATHS

ALLISON, Peggy (Heathcote)

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013, Peggy passed away at home, in her 95th year. Predeceased by her husband Harold, her parents Archibald and Elizabeth Heathcote, her siblings, Beatrice, May, Betty and James. Peggy is survived by her son David (Annette) and daughter Diane Davie (Ted), grandchildren, Michael (Nichola), Allison, Andrea (Mel), John (Angela) and Richard (Catherine), great-grandchildren, Emma, Zachary, Ainsley, Bridget, Kevin, Patrick, Amelia, Olivia, Elizabeth, David and Leah and many nieces and nephews and their children. A Memorial Eucharist was held at St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Adolphustown on Saturday, February 9th at 2pm. The committal of the ashes followed in the Allison Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the St. Alban’s Anglican Church Memorial Fund, Adolphustown or the Stephen Lewis Foundation. In the care of the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (613-354-3341). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

CRONK, Jack

Suddenly at home on Sunday, February 17, 2013. John Henry Cronk of Enterprise, at age 67. Beloved husband of Dorothy Cronk (Baker) and dear father of Clinton Cronk (Shelley) of Winchester and Amy Skinner (Shane) of Odessa. Loving Pa of Zack and Austin of Odessa. Dear brother of Catha Wright of Kingston; Billy Cronk (Donna) of Odessa; Jimmy Cronk (Yvonne) of Moscow; Danny Cronk (Nancy) of Deseronto; Reg Cronk of Amherstview and the late Barb, Fred, Gord and George. Son of Catharine Cronk and the late William. Brother-in-law of Clayton Baker (Betty) of Hastings; April Emmons (Rick) of Napanee; Lisa McElravy (Jim) and Linda Baker of Oshawa. The family will receive friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth (613-3792997) on Friday from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Service at Christ Church in Tamworth on Saturday, February 23rd at 11am. Cremation to follow. Memorial donations made to the Stone Mills Fire Department (Enterprise Station) or The Salvation Army would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

MYATT, Hannah

DOUGLAS REID

In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandpa and great-grandpa, Doug Reid, who left us suddenly February 20, 2006. As time goes by without you, And the days turn into years, They hold a million memories And a thousand silent tears. Special years will not return When we were all together, But with the love within our hearts, You will be with us forever. Always remembered and loved by wife Faye; children Candy and Larry, Deb and Paul, Jane and Dave; grandchildren Catherine and Jenay, Janet, Rob and Nicky, Nicki and Bain, Brittany and Kimberley, and 7 great-grandchildren

Peacefully, at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee on Sunday, February 17, 2013. Hannah Myatt of Napanee, at age 95, beloved wife of the late Fred Myatt (1991). Dear mother of Ron and his wife Evelyn, Gilbert and his wife Linda and Colin and his wife Joan. Loving grandmother of Heather Power (Mike), Jennifer Garon (Randy), Tanya Mosier (Trent), Paul Myatt (Trish), Robert and Alex Myatt and the late Michael Myatt. Great-grandmother of Ty and Tait Mosier, Harrison and Hunter Tim, Virginia and Abigail Power and Jillian, Joshua and Audrey Garon. In keeping with Hannah’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A private graveside Service will be held at Riverview Cemetery in Napanee in the spring. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation or St. Mary Magdalene Church would be appreciated by the family. In the care of the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (613-354-3341). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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DEATHS

DUPRE, Thorold Sylvester

At the H. J. McFarland Memorial Home, Picton on February 18, 2013, in his 98th year. Predeceased by his wife Marguerite (nee Wood). Son of the late George and Alice (nee English) Dupre. Dear father of Lyle (Sharon) Dupre and Sherry (Wayne) Kimmett, both of Napanee. Grandfather of Robin Dupre (Jazz Bolduc), Michael Dupre and Steven Dupre and great-grandfather of Jeffrey, Amelia and Elliot Bolduc. Survived by brother Garnet (late June) and sister-in-law Vera Dupre. Predeceased by brother Delbert and sister Kathleen (late Dorland) Wood. At Thorold’s request there will be no visitation or Service. Friends desiring may contribute to H. J. McFarland Memorial Home, 603 Highway 49, R.R.2, Picton, Ontario KOK 2TO or a charity of your choice.

HUFFMAN, Willie

Former Warden, County of Lennox & Addington

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PARCHER, Wilda Madelean (nee Woodcock)

Peacefully at the Kingston General Hospital on Friday, February 15, 2013, in her 80th year, with her family by her side. Beloved wife of Burwain “Red” Parcher of Napanee and the late Edward Colliss. Loving mother of Connie Bowman (Steve) of Arden and Kevin Colliss (Anne) of Arden. Dear grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of nine. The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 12pm-2pm followed by a Funeral Service in the Chapel at 2pm. Interment St. Lukes Cemetery at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations by cheque to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Two locations to serve you.

448 Camden Rd. at Newburgh Rd., Napanee, K7R 1G1 - 613-354-3722

980 Collins Bay Rd. at Taylor-Kidd Blvd., Kingston, K7M 5H2 - 613-634-3722

WOODS, Laurie

Peacefully at the Lennox and Addington County Hospital on Saturday, February 16, 2013. William George Huffman of Tamworth, at age 90, beloved husband of the late Dreda Huffman (Ware). Dear father of Kevin Huffman (Karen) of Tamworth. Grandfather of Scott (Melanie) of Kingston and Brett (Tabatha) of Tamworth and great-grandfather of Aaron and Owen of Kingston and Gage of Tamworth. Brother of Don Huffman (late Alice) of Tamworth and the late Neil Huffman and Leona Glenn. Uncle of Ken Huffman (Cathy), Brian Huffman, Ted Glenn and Neil Glenn (Mary) and the late Don Glenn. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth (613379-2997) on Tuesday from 2pm4pm and 7pm-9pm. Service was held in the Chapel on Wednesday, February 20th at 11am. Interment Tamworth Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation or the Memorial Care Foundation of Tamworth would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

KERR, William Bruce “Bill”

M.M. - Albion Lodge #109 Harrowsmith Passed away peacefully, with his family by his side, on Sunday, February 17, 2013, in his 88th year. Bill is predeceased by his wife Mary Dibb Kerr, nee Hall (2010), his parents Thomas and Zella Kerr, his brother Alan and sisters, Enid, Dorothy, Norma and Jessie. He is survived by his sons, Thomas (Rhonda) and Andrew, his grandchildren, Adam Kerr (Tania), Hollee Harris (Matthew), Maryann Young (Matthew) and Emily and Logan Kerr (Matthew), his greatgrandchildren, Carissa and Cooper Harris and Violet Young, his sister Hilda Kirkham (late Garnett), his brother-inlaw Robert Hall (Bernice) and many nieces and nephews. A Graveside Service will be held at the Cataraqui Cemetery (Sydenham Road), Kingston on Thursday, February 21st at 12:30pm. Following, the family will receive friends at the Christ Church Cataraqui Hall, 990 Sydenham Road, for a reception from 1pm-3pm. In lieu of flowers, donations by cheque to a charity of your choice will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Wartman Funeral Home “Kingston Chapel”. Two locations to serve you.

980 Collins Bay Rd. at Taylor-Kidd Blvd., Kingston, K7M 5H2 - 613-634-3722

448 Camden Rd. at Newburgh Rd., Napanee, K7R 1G1 - 613-354-3722

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Peacefully at his home in Kingston on Sunday, February 17, 2013, in his 58th year, with his sons by his side. Loving father and best friend of Brad and Brent Woods, both of Kingston. Brother of David and James Toner and Katherine Sondheim. Predeceased by his mother Faye Toner (Ross) and his father Bill Woods. The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Kingston Chapel”, on Sunday, February 24th from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Monday, February 25, 2013 at 11am. Interment Riverview Cemetery, Napanee. Donations by cheque to the Heart and Stroke Foundation will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Two locations to serve you.

980 Collins Bay Rd. at Taylor-Kidd Blvd., Kingston, K7M 5H2 - 613-634-3722

448 Camden Rd. at Newburgh Rd., Napanee, K7R 1G1 - 613-354-3722

OBITUARIES CHANT, Glenn

Peacefully at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee on Tuesday, February 5, 2013. Glenn Joseph Chant of Napanee, at age 59. Predeceased by his parents Victor and Laura Chant. Beloved husband of Marilyn (Pellatt). Dear father of Deonna Haakonson (Cameron). Grandfather of Annayah and Gabe Haakonson. Brother of Glenna O’Neil (Terry), Victor Chant (Cathy) and Kevin Chant (April), all of Napanee; Morley Chant (Wendy) of Milton and the late Karen Scott. Fondly remembered by nieces and nephews. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee at 123 Dundas Street West (613-354-3341) on Monday, February 11, 2013 from 10am-11am followed by a Service in the Chapel at 11am. Memorial donations to The John M. Parrott Centre would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

Rest in Peace

BRIGHTON ESTATE AUCTIONS

Sunday, February 24th - Preview 9:30 a.m. Auction 11:00 a.m. A LARGE ATIQUE & COLLECTOR’S AUCTION Please Watch Web Site for Updates. Indoor Yard Sale: Sunday @ 9:30 a.m. David Simmons: Auctioneer & Appraiser Looking for quality estates or single items for upcoming auctions www.brightonestateauctions.com 101 Applewood Drive, Brighton, Ont. K0K 1H0 Phone 1-613-475-6223

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

AT 5:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE - DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Kenmore fridge, stove, washer & dryer, maple kitchen table/ 2 leaves & 4 chairs, 2 maple corner cabinets, chesterfield & chair, hall table, futon, coffee & end tables, single bed, chests of drawers & dressers, 2 wall units, wardrobe, pine blanket box. Large qty. of interesting smalls including a Wedgwood strawberry set, 2 Coalport egg cups, qty. of crystal, 2 crystal bedroom lamps, silver plate, 2 mantle lustres, large Mikasa porcelain trivet & bowl, 8 place setting of Haddon Hall “Clarendon” pattern dishes including dinner plates, bread & butter and luncheon plates, cups & saucers, Royal Doultons “Lauren” Hn 3975, “Christmas Time” HN 2110, “Marianne” HN 4153 & “Sophie” HN 4620 , Lena Liu ornaments, stemware, linens, collector plates, qty. of costume jewelry, small hand & garden tools and numerous other pieces. This is a nice very clean offering of furniture & smalls. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

AT 10:00 AM AUCTION SALE - TEMPLEMAN ESTATE PLUS PRIVATE COLLECTIONS SALE CONDUCTED AT BELLEVILLE AND DISTRICT FISH AND GAME CLUB 170 ELMWOOD DRIVE, BELLEVILLE, ONT. 2 miles EAST of Belleville on Old Highway # 2 and turn NORTH onto Elmwood Drive for ½ mile. ARTWORK, ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES including ARTWORK - Signed Norval Morrisseau oil on canvas 15” x 15”“Medicine Bear and Thunderbird”; CW Williams watercolour, 2 Pranke oil on canvas; FURNITURE- pine corner cupboard with solid upper and lower doors, pine jam cupboard, pine blanket box, oak centre pedestal extension table, kitchen chairs, pine dough box, walnut drop front secretary with lower drawers, Gibbard tea wagon, Gibbard 4 poster twin beds, mahogany chest of drawers, mahogany buffet, side table with birds eye drawer, mahogany centre pedestal tilt top table, sideboard with inlay, walnut hall table, walnut sideboard with back splash mirror, walnut sofa table, merchants sample oak trestle style table, CLOCKS and WATCHES - 2 walnut cased double weight Vienna regulators, oak cased railway station style wall clock, Seth Thomas drop regulator, Octagon drop regulator, Gingerbread, walnut cased column wall clock, Ansonia marble mantle clock, Figural mantle clock; Rolex Oyster Observatory watch, Bulova watch, 14k watches. RCAF watch, pocket watches, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS - Les Paul Pee Wee electric guitar with amp, Taylor 6 string guitar, Hofner mandolin, Fender amp, Robson amp, Beatles paper collectibles, books, mikes and guitar stands, OIL LAMPS - Bradley and Hubbard banquet, The New Juno banquet several standing and finger including Bulls Eye, parlour lamp; FIREARMS - (PAL required) Winchester model 1894 lever action 38-55 rifle with saddle ring, Browning 12 ga over and under with vented barrel, Mossberg and Sons Inc Chuckster Model 640KA .22 cal magnum; STONEWARE - including 5 gal HB&L jug with blue, Skinner and Co Picton CW, JJ Fralick Wine and Spirit Merchant Picton, GI Lazier Picton CW, S Purdy, Hart jug with blue, WH Jones – Boston, NewYork Stoneware Co crock, Burger bros with blue, several pieces of spongeware, spatterware, molds, Ironstone pieces; Royal Doulton figurines, Hummel’s, Beswick horses, STERLING - silver serving for 8 “Joan Of Arc” flatware, sterling serving pieces, sterling dresser set, COLLECTIBLES - pearl handle flatware, silver plate serving pieces, crystal, RS Prussia Red Star bowls, hand painted china, enameled Victorian glassware including cranberry, blue, green; Royal Crown derby “Blue Mikado” dinnerware, Wedgewood “Argyll” dinnerware, Wedgewood “Conway” dinnerware, Royal Albert “White Dogwood” serving pieces, Moorcroft, Armand Marseille doll, Eaton beauty doll, cut glass luster lamps, figural lamp, several pieces of amber glass, Bratby plate, Royal Dux vase, Carnival glass “Peacock on the fence”, flo blue, tin type photo album, walking sticks, treenware, brides basket, area carpets, Canadian silver coins and paper money, miniature 14kt Krugerrands, 1931 RKO radio picture yearbook, numerous other articles. GARAGE COLLECTIBLES - Vintage Wayne gas Pump with Red Indian globe, tin signage, Coke ice box, VEHICLE and CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE - 2008 Nissan Altima with 164,000 kms with many extras- sells certified and etested at 1pm; 2011 Custom Built Rolling Thunder 1815cc motorcycle with S&S 110 gas engine, 6 spd RH drive custom air brushing paint, extra chrome – 1000 original miles. No buyer’s premium Viewing 8 am to sale time – day of sale. TERMS- CASH OR CHEQUE OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY OF SALE SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS Plainfield 613-477-2082 www.sullivanauctions.com for photos


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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

HELP WANTED

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS

All claims against the Estate of NANCY ELIZABETH MCKITTRICK, late of the Town of Greater Napanee, who died on or about the 21st day of December, 2012, must be filed with the undersigned personal representatives on or before the 14th day of March, 2013, after which date the estate will be distributed having regard only to the claims of which the Estate Trustees then shall have notice.

DATED at Greater Napanee, this 21st day of February 2013. RobERT D’ARcy McKiTTRicK DoNAlD bRiAN McKiTTRicK and WilliAM JohN (JAcK) McKiTTRicK, Estate Trustees, by their solicitor, G. GRAEME G. DEMPSTER 21 Market Square, P.o. box 310 Napanee, ontario, K7R 3M4

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS

All claims against the Estate of JOHN PHILIP MUNROE, late of the Town of Greater Napanee, who died on or about the 15th day of August, 2012, must be filed with the undersigned personal representative on or before the 7th day of March, 2013, after which date the estate will be distributed having regard only to the claims of which the Estate Trustee then shall have notice. DATED at Greater Napanee, this 14th day of February, 2013. MARy JENNiFER ANN SAVElbERG Estate Trustee, by her solicitor, G. GRAEME G. DEMPSTER 21 Market Square, P.o. box 310 Napanee, ontario. K7R 3M4

Thursday, February 21, 2013

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Xplornet Communications Inc.

All claims against the estate of ANNY NELSINE LEMVIG-FOG, late of the Town of Greater Napanee in the county of lennox & Addington, who died on or about the 17th day of December, 2012, must be filed with the undersigned Estate Trustee on or before the 28th day of February, 2013; thereafter, the undersigned will distribute the assets of the said estate having regard only to the claims then filed. l. bruce cowle, Estate Trustee, by his Solicitors, MADDEN, SiRMAN & coWlE, P.o. box 37, 3 bridge Street East, Napanee, ontario K7R 3l8 Attn: l. bruce cowle 613-354-2161

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Please be advised that in order to improve High Speed Internet coverage and service within the community of Tyendinaga and the area surrounding County road 6 and 10 in the Township of Tyendinaga, Xplornet Communications Inc. is proposing a 45 meter self support communications tower. The proposed site is located at 2337 Enright Rd.Marysville, ON, KOK 2NO, Part Lot 38, Concession 6.

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LIBRA (Sept 23/Oct 23) You will be full of energy this week and ready to handle anything that comes your way, Libra. When you get on a roll, you may find you have some admirers. SCORPIO (Oct 24/Nov 22) Scorpio, the coming week may try your patience. Relax when the week starts to prove too stressful, and you will make it through the week with your peace of mind intact. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23/Dec 21) Keep listening when others around you are talking, Sagittarius. You can learn valuable lessons just by keeping a trained ear on the conversation and use this information later on. CAPRICORN (Dec 22/Jan 20) Capricorn, you may have big plans this week but that doesn’t mean you can leave all other responsibilities by the wayside. If you can’t get to things yourself, then delegate. AQUARIUS (Jan 21/Feb 18) Aquarius, you crave change this week, even if it is something small and mundane. Figure out something you can do on a small level to incorporate change into your day. PISCES (Feb 19/Mar 20) You may be inclined to help your community this week, Pisces. There are bound to be plenty of places to share your time.

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MARCH 5 - Spring Crop Meeting at Selby Community Hall. Keynote Speaker: Mike Cowbrough, OMAFRA Weed Management Lead - Pre-emerge Herbicide & Glyphosate Resistance, 9:30am coffee & sign in, 10am presentations • Advances is Fungicides on Field Crops • Crop Financing Update • New Ideas in Cover Drops, 12 noon Roast Beef Lunch, 3pm program ends. Please join us - RSVP to TCO Agromart Ltd. at 613-3544424 by Feb. 24. MARCH 8 - TCO Agromart Ltd. is hosting a Grower Pesticide Safety Course at the Napanee Fire Hall. Call 613-354-4424 to register.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 “Generally, we have been doing well. We’re meeting our targets. But it just takes one winter storm to cancel a clinic or two,” she said in an interview with the Beaver. Since blood is only good for about 42 days, Mather said it’s important to keep a steady flow of blood donations coming in. Most blood donations are shipped to hospitals for patient use within five days. A blood clinic will be held in Napanee tomorrow at the Strathcona Paper Centre from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Mather encourages past donors and first-time blood givers to come out. “We have a donor base of probably close to 423,000 active donors in Canada, which means that they’ve donated once in the past 12 months,” she said. “We’re really looking at brining in some new donors to become regular blood donors because a lot of our donors now are starting to age so we’ve been really actively targeting the younger population.” Mather said Canadian Blood Services has been actively seeking new donors with an estimated goal of 90,000 new blood donors by the end of 2013. “We are now on Facebook and Twitter pages so we’re reaching out to the younger population.” To book an appointment or see if you qualify to donate blood, contact Mather at Canadian Blood Services at 613-530-3403.

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Rising costs prompt hike to water, sewer bills BY ASHLEY FOLEY Staff Reporter

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Mike Harding of Applefun Puppetry performs on his authentic ‘Brampton ukulele’ before entertaining a large group of children with a puppet show on Family Day at the Lafarge Banquet Hall at the Strathcona Paper Centre. Besides the puppet show, those at the SPC also enjoyed public skating and other musical performances. Admission was free, but visitors were invited to make donations to the Salvation Army Food bank. Organizers say that four large recycling bins were ‘overflowing’ with food by the end of the day.

The Town of Deseronto has moved to increase water and sewer rates by 3.05 per cent in order to keep up with operational cost increases. Council also discussed the possibility of increasing rates in the future to cover depreciation costs of aging infrastructure. Todd Harvey, Operations Manager for the Town of Deseronto, presented the recommendation. “Based on recent discussions with town finance staff and our committee chair, we’ve come to a recommendation to council to increase current water and sewer rates by three per cent as advised,” he said. He said this increase would only maintain operational costs and would not allow funds to be set aside for further infrastructure. He advised council a further increase should be considered. “The three per cent doesn’t represent an increase to our budget. Really, what it’s going to do is cover the increased cost to our operations. In effect, it’s keeping us from moving backwards. “I know council doesn’t really have an appetite for significant increases to budgets, that’s been put out and directed before, so I’m trying to hold it at three per cent in the interest of maintaining the status quo,” Harvey continued. Harvey said the impact for the average customer will be about $4.19 every two months. Deputy Mayor Clarence Zieman moved that council authorize a 3.05 per cent increase to the Deseronto water and sewer rates, effective for bills issued after Jan. 1, 2013. This motion was seconded by Councillor Edgar Tumak and carried by council. Still, Harvey stressed this increase would not assist in depreciation repairs or replacement. “I think eventually we need to move toward covering asset depreciation,” continued Harvey. “It can’t continue to be low or you’re faced with massive increases in

the future.” Though councillors said they did not fancy the idea of further increases, most agreed they would prefer to be prepared for future upkeep costs rather than be faced with a large tax hike later. “You’re saying this is a minimum and I’m just wondering if we should be looking at more than that,” said Mayor Norman Clark. “If we neglect the system, we’ll have to spend more. We should be spending now what we need to spend so in the future, we’re not faced with a 10, 12, or 15 per cent increase in one year.” In comparison to neighbouring municipalities, Deseronto is still at the lower end, especially compared with Napanee, Gananoque and Bath. “At 40 cubic metres our rates are quite low. If you look at our nearest neighbour in Napanee, if you use 40 cubic metres over a period of two months then you pay 35 per cent less here than that same customer in Napanee. And that gap is getting wider because Napanee has just approved a four per cent increase to their rates,” said Harvey. Belleville and Kingston are both about 22 per cent higher than Deseronto’s rates. Harvey said one way the town can start saving without increasing service fees is by promoting conservation. “If we promote conservation, it costs us a little less to run the plant so we can reduce cost that way,” said Harvey. He said he is researching a system that would run more efficiently and for users who conserve, it would cost them less. He plans to have a proposal in the next 12 months. But ultimately, Harvey said the reality is that council needs to consider increasing fees again in the future. “What we need to lean toward is significantly higher rates than what we’re at right now,” he said. Conservation will reduce cost, but he said increases are inevitable. “That doesn’t get us away from those other big hikes that are coming,” said Harvey. “The goal is to move toward long-term sustainability, which would mean financing depreciation.”

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 “Being a citizen is also taking responsibility for the world that you shape every single day with your actions, your voice and your choices… We have to understand that this country was built by hard work by generations upon generations, and right now we tend to be coasting a little bit on that. We need to step up once again.” The new leader will be elected in a new voting system, with ballots being cast between April 6 and April 14. The results of the vote and the new leader will be announced on April 14. In contrast to previous Liberal Leadership contests, non-party members can sign on as ‘supporters’ and vote in the leadership race. Those signing up as supporters cannot be a member of another political party. Each riding is given equal weight in the voting process. Also running for the top Liberal job are David Bertschi, Martin Cauchon, Deborah Coyne, Martha Hall Findlay, Karen McCrimmon, Joyce Murray and George Takach.

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Ward boundary discussion deferred BY ASHLEY FOLEY Staff Reporter

If there to be any changes to Greater Napanee’s ward boundaries, they will have to wait a little while longer. At Greater Napanee council’s most recent regular meeting last Tuesday night, Deputy Mayor Roger Cole moved to table the ward boundary topic to a March meeting, since Ward 1 Councillor Michael Schenk (who moved the initial motion), Ward 4 Councillor Bill Pierson (who seconded the motion) and Ward 2 Councillor Shane Grant were all absent from the meeting. Ward 4 Councillor Marg Isbester seconded Cole’s motion for tabling the issue. Ward 5 Councillor Shaune Lucas said he was concerned that putting the issue off further would delay the process. All stages of the process must be complete by the end of 2013, including public meetings, in order to come into force in time for the 2014 municipal election.

“My only concern is that this has been on the books for almost two years,” said Lucas. “I think we owe it to the public to go through this process. I don’t want to see ourselves cut any more time off than we have to, it’s going to be tight as it is and many other municipalities are in this process now. The recommendation as it stands, is that it’s to be done to begin with.” The motion was carried by council with Lucas in opposition. In other Greater Napanee council news: n Stuart Wright, chair of the Loyalist College board of governors, and Maureen Piercy, president of Loyalist College, made a deputation to council last Tuesday night. Wright and Piercy asked council for support for the Sustainable Skills, Technology and Life Sciences Centre at Loyalist College. There has been $4.8 million committed so far for the $6 million goal the college started with. This has been possible with the help of three neighbouring municipalities: the City of Quinte West and the City of Belleville, which are each

giving $500,000, as well as $350,000 from the County of Hastings. These funds will be paid over a period of time. “It’s a $6 million campaign with the goal of $1 million for student financial assistance,” said Wright. Town of Greater Napanee Mayor Gordon Schermerhorn told Loyalist College representatives the municipality has a tight budget this year but council will try to support their program. The next budget meeting for the Town of Greater Napanee is scheduled for tonight at 7 p.m. n Terry Gervais, Fire Chief/community emergency management coordinator for the Town of Greater Napanee, presented a fleet rationalization plan. There are currently 46 infrastructure services vehicles, 13 of which are heavy trucks, six that are medium trucks and 19 that are light trucks. There are currently 16 emergency services vehicles, consisting of nine heavy trucks, among others. There is currently one corporate service SUV.

Gervais suggested the Town of Greater Napanee put municipal vehicles and machinery in a pool, where they can be signed out or booked as needed. This could decrease the number of vehicles necessary for the municipality and decrease cost for operating and maintaining them. Gervais also suggested replacing some vehicles and purchasing a new bucket truck for 2014, among other recommendations. Vehicle replacement recommendation for the 2013 budget consisted of a replacing a work van at an estimated cost of $30,000; replacing a heavy truck infrastructure road at an estimated cost of $220,000; and adding one vehicle to the vehicle pool, at an estimated cost of $30,000. The 2014 budget suggested replacing a light, heavy, and medium truck, estimated to cost $363,000 in total. Council plans to review the fleet rationalization program in the upcoming budget meetings, the next of which is scheduled for tonight


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Church holds fundraising auction BY ASHLEY FOLEY Staff Reporter

What started out as a church fundraiser now has now become an annual event providing funds to community charities. This year the Conway United Church plans to support Community Living Lennox and Addington through their yearly ham dinner and silent auction fundraiser. The Conway United Church Women are putting on their annual fundraiser tomorrow at the South Fredericksburgh Hall, starting at 6 p.m. Proceeds from the dinner will go toward the church, while proceeds from the auction will be donated to Community Living L&A. “We have some people in our congregation that are involved with Community Living already,” which made it an easy decision, said Tosha

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Reid, Conway United Church Women committee member. “On one hand, we already support the Salvation Army regularly and we support MorningStar Mission and various things like that. Community Living hasn’t always been on our annual donations so we thought we would try to help them out, especially with Special Olympics coming up.” The fundraiser, which was nearly sold out last week, always has a number of donated auction items. Reid said the community businesses who support the fundraiser are what make the benefit possible. “We get all our things donated from local businesses so we usually have quite a few items, gift certificates and things like that. We’re very happy for all the local businesses that support it, that’s for sure. It makes a huge difference,” said Reid. As for the United Conway

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Church, Reid said they are working toward improving accessibility and monies raised from the ham dinner ticket sales will be put toward those projects. “We’re putting in a chair lift, various microphones and things like that for hearing impaired patrons who come to the church, and just making the steps a little smoother so everybody can get around,” she said. The event will be serving hot ham, seasoned roasted potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, rolls, homemade pies and cakes and refreshments. Tickets are $12, $6 for children and those under five are free. Reid said they are preparing the meal for 200 and sell out ever year. “If people are interested they should definitely have a ticket ahead,” said Reid. Tickets can be bought by calling 613-352-7807 or 613-352-5864.

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MARCH 3 GOSPEL MUSIC NIGHT At Enterprise Free Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m., with Crimson River, Vernon Scott and friends, and Nick and Gwen Chajkowski. MARCH 8 BMF BANQUET The Napanee chapter of the Business Men’s Fellowship is holding banquet at Selby Community Hall at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $15 per person. Reservations must be made by March 5. Men, ladies and youth are welcome. Guest speaker is Bob Gray. Special music by ‘Psallo’. For tickets call Andre at 613-377-6710, Rev. John Hilliard at 613352-5691 or Garfield at 613354-9235. MARCH 10 OLD TYME FIDDLERS The Kingston and District Old Tyme Fiddlers Association will be holding their

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LEGACY | Changes over time CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 These quarters were likely used by hired help. The present house, carriage house, barn and guest cottage were fully restored inside and out beginning in the 1980s. Although Riverview Farm began as a smaller brick cottage on the east side in 1855, there are indications that the west side which houses the front-toback living room and bedrooms above, grew with the age of the children. Crown moldings, panelled doors, and heavy baseboards are indicative of the Victorian era when wood was plentiful. Much of the hardware was imported from England and, although most of the light fixtures are not original to the house, they are antique and in keeping with the late 1800s. The dining room chandelier originated from Eatonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Street, Toronto. Original photos show that a crested chimney was added on the west wing, matching the one on the east side of the house. The origi-

nal centre hall staircase leads to a landing and bedrooms beyond. The carriage house interior features the original pole and beam structure. Stones for the foundation of an adjoining garden came from the demolished Armouries on Centre Street in Napanee. The two-story barn with its large handhewn beams was once part of an active farm life and the guest cottage was originally a pony stable, known as

Buddyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Barn. Riverview Farm now sits on a mere 27 acres in a park-like setting, with a proud and interesting history. Riverview Farm is not a designated property. Charles Beale is a former educator, historian, freelance writer and author of Manly E. MacDonald - Interpreter of Old Ontario. Contacts: info@charlesbeale.ca/charle s.beale@sympatico.ca/613354-8029.

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83,579 Kms

2012 FORD FUSION SEL

2008 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LIMITED

Stk# 1004 - AWD, heated/leather, sunroof, alloys, SYNC, park assist, $21,785 + Tax

125.63

$

154.15

$

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2012 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT

Stk# 130106 - Remote starter! Alloys, pwr seat, dual climate, cruise, pwr windows, $15,985 + Tax

132.63

$

43,671 Kms

2012 HYUNDAI ELANTRA

Stk# 120704 - Auto, heated seats, bluetooth, sat radio, prw group, cruise, a/c, $16,875 + Tax $

118.32 Bi-weekly

76,691 Kms

2008 MAZDA 3 - 3 to choose

Stk# 120713 - Auto, alloys, spoiler, pwr group, cruise, a/c, $11,475 + Tax

78,444 Kms

Stk# 120208 - 4x4, 4cyl, pwr seat, remote start, pwr group, alloys, cruise, a/c, $14,950 + Tax

113.67

154.15

$

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78,481 Kms

57,331 Kms

2008 TOYOTA CAMRY SE

2007 NISSAN SENTRA 2.0

Stk# 110709 - Gas miser! Auto, pwr group, keyless entry, cruise, a/c, $10,995 + Tax

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146.27

$

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54,525 Kms

2010 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN Stk# 121010 - Stow'n Go! Rear heat/ac, pwr seats, quad seats, alloys, keyless entry, $16,475 + Tax

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2008 HONDA ODYSSEY EX

2008 HONDA CIVIC DX-G

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2008 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD

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53,502 Kms

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83,890 Kms

2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT AWD

2009 DODGE JOURNEY SXT

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35,434 Kms

174.77

122.41

154.15

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Stk# 1000 - AWD, heated/leather, sunroof, Infinity Sound, alloys, pwr group, $16,875 + Tax

2008 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 S

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141.92

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38,683 Kms

2010 TOYOTA COROLLA S Stk# 1002 - Sunroof, auto, alloys, 2 sets rims/tires, pwr group, spoiler, $15,985 + Tax

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Payments are based on 0 down, 2007, 2008, 2009- 60 months: 2010- 72 months: 2011, 2012- 84months: Payments include tax, license extra. Prices are plus tax and license. Ex: $10,0000 +hst $1300 = $11,300 financed for 60 months at 6.99% = $103.11 bi-weekly with a cost of borrowing of $2104.50 Rates and terms current at time of print. Most 2011 and 2012 models are previous daily rentals.


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CHASE AWAY THOSE

FEBRUARY BLUES Redeem this coupon for an XLarge, 1 topping pizza FOR ONLY

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Debit surcharge may apply. *Double portions, premium toppings and extra cheese are subject to an additional charge. Coupons are not valid with other offers. Copyright Domino’s Pizza of Canada Ltd. “Coca-Cola” and the Wave Design are registered trademarks of CocaCola Ltd., used under license. “Sprite” is a registered trademark of Coca-Cola Ltd. “Diet Coke” is suitable for carbohydrate/calorie reduced diets. Products may not be exactly as shown. Limited delivery area. Delivery charges may apply. Drivers carry less than $20. Prices subject to change without notice. Applicable taxes not included in advertised prices. ®Trade-Mark of Interac Inc. TD Canada Trust authorized user of the Trade-Mark or Trade-Mark of Interac Inc. Used under license. ** The Gluten Free crust is only available in 10” pizzas. Domino’s pizza made with a Gluten Free crust is prepared in a common kitchen with the risk of gluten exposure. Therefore, Domino’s DOES NOT recommend this pizza for customers with celiac disease. Customers with gluten sensitivities should exercise judgement in consuming this pizza. Offer Expires February 27, 2013.

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