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Reg Swart and his son Liam took to the ice in Newburgh for a bit of outdoor hockey practice on Saturday. The pond on Factory Street will be the site of the 21st annual Newburgh Canal Bash, set for Jan. 18. The village tradition

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will include shinny hockey, a Christmas tree bonfire, chili cook-off, kids games and more. The event is presented by Newburgh’s Volunteer Firefighters and Minor Softball Associations.

WinterChill Festival plans warming up

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their chili concoctions and vote for their favourite. Whether they own a restaurant, are part of business or just have a great chili recipe, the competition is open to anyone. All entries are anonymous to ensure fair voting. “Anyone is invited to enter their chili into the competition,” said Town of Greater Napanee’s Ben Hagerman. “The only stipu-

Bragging rights, a $200 cash prize and the coveted title of ‘best chili in Napanee’ will be up for grabs at the town’s annual WinterChill Festival on Jan. 18. Chefs will be put to the test as members of the public sample

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lation is it must be prepared in a (health unit) certified kitchen.” Hagerman says the town has access to two certified kitchens which the competing chefs can use to prepare their entries, free of charge. They must prepare at least 15 litres worth of their dish to ensure there’s enough to go around. All entries must be at the

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Market Square by 11 a.m. on the day of the competition. The food will be dished out by volunteers at noon. Along with a chili cook off the festival will feature the return of snow mountain, tasty Beaver Tail treats and an expanded ball hockey tournament which moves from Market Square to Dundas Street. As an

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added bonus this year, each team that registers will get their own Winter Chill Festival toque in a colour unique to their squad. The cost to register in the co-ed tournament is $60 per team. Each team must have two female players on the court at all times.

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Shelter puts out call to assist ailing bull terrier Gia on road to recovery following infection BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Judy O’Brien and the Ontario SPCA Lennox and Addington Branch, is looking for community support to help treat a bull terrier with a serious medical condition. A breeder surrendered the three-year-old dog, named Gia, to the OSPCA in mid-December. Nine other bull terriers, also with failing health, were surrendered as well.

O’Brien kept two of the 10 dogs in Napanee, while the others were transferred to other OSPCA locations in the eastern district. However, she knew Gia needed immediate attention and could not travel. “I knew that there was definitely something wrong,” said O’Brien. “She automatically went to the vet the day she arrived. We couldn’t wait. Her fever was way up there; I was quite concerned about her. She had a skin infection

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and it needed treatment right away.” O’Brien said Gia is likely to always struggle with high temperatures and skin infections, due to the breed of the dog. However, when Gia came in, the dog’s whole face was swollen and covered in red bumps. “She really wasn’t in very good shape,” said O’Brien. Since she came in, the dog has received antibiotics and antiinflammatory medications to control Gia’s fever and pain. The dog also received treatments to her ears, face and other affected areas. O’Brien said she hopes to raise $2,000 to assist with the cost and continual care for Gia, as well as treatments for other animals. “We’re always looking for donations. We spay and neuter all our animals and we really do not make money off the adoptions,” she said.

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GNFS finds new deputy Fire department hires Kevin Donaldson BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Greater Napanee Fire Services has tabbed Kevin Donaldson as their new second-incommand, taking over for the retired deputy chief Ian Shetler. Donaldson brings with him knowledge of the area having served on the Stone Mills Fire Department and Goodyear’s emergency response team for the past two decades. He also worked with Shetler and GNFS chief Terry Gervais on Lennox and Addington County’s recruit program. During his time with Stone Mills he worked as firefighter, captain, deputy district chief and deputy chief. “Being familiar with the area and our department is certainly an asset but it wasn’t the sole criteria,” Gervais said of the hiring. “It’s kind of the bonus part of bringing Kevin on board.” Also tipping the scales in his favour was Donaldson’s experience with Stone Mills’ tanker shuttle program. Gervais had previous expressed an intent to bring the same program to Greater Napanee as part of the master fire plan. “He brings some knowledge on how to move forward ahead on that accreditation with the underwriters,” added the chief. According to fireunderwriters.ca, to receive accreditation a fire department must “commit to maintaining a high stan-

dard of organization and practice delivering the services regularly.” The department would be required to demonstrate through regular testing that they can provide enough water for to meet the under writer’s minimum requirements for the community. Joining the department at the start of the year brings with it some challenges but also allows Donaldson to get a good sense on the integral parts of its operation. “Since we’re right in the middle of budgets, we want to get (Donaldson) up to speed on the budget process and the fire master plan,” Gervais said of what the new deputy chief’s first couple of days will look like. “Eventually later in the year he’ll take on the full duties that Ian was doing.” In filling Shetler’s shoes, Donaldson is taking over for someone who served Napanee for 26 years and is always heavily involved in the community. With that in mind Gervais said potential longevity with the department was something they sought out in their candidates. The fact that Donaldson, his wife Cara and son Kyle, are looking to move from Yarker to Napanee is a great sign. “I think that shows Kevin’s commitment to the department and to the residents by moving to the community that he’s going to serve,” said Gervais. “One of the things we looked into when choosing the new deputy was somebody who is going to be with us a while.”

Odessa fire deliberate: OPP

BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

A residence in Odessa that was damaged by fire last week has been determined to be set intentionally. On Jan. 3, at approximately 1:30 p.m., the residence, located on Main Street, was reported on fire when the owner returned from an outing. Ontario Provincial

Police attended to investigate the cause of the fire, determining it was set intentionally. Napanee OPP Constable Jackie Perry said no charges have been laid. Damages to the residence are estimated to cost approximately $30,000. Information regarding where and how the fire started has not yet been released. Loyalist Township Fire

Department attended and extinguished a small fire within the residence. Detectives with the Napanee OPP Crime Unit are continuing the investigation. Anyone with information relating to this incident are asked to contact the Loyalist or Napanee OPP Detachments or Crime Stoppers at 1-800222-8477 or anonymously online at tipsubmit.com.

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Town to get new streetlights BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Deseronto will be glowing with new lights this spring, thanks to a contract the municipality signed with RealTerm Energy Corp. All 225 street lamps and fixtures will be replaced with LED luminaires, which will result in a 65 per cent energy saving. Deseronto clerk Bryan Brooks explained to council on Tuesday that RealTerm has provided an estimate of $158,000, saving 65 per cent. The project will be paid over 10 years, allowing it to virtually pay for itself in about four years. The cost is $20,000 each year for the next decade. “Our commitment was that as long as it at 60 per cent cost savings, then we would proceed. They have come back to not only that but they’ve exceeded it,” explained Brooks. Lights should be replaced and installed by late March or early April, which would

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Along with more space, the move to Dundas Street is also designed to bring more foot traffic into the downtown core and provide a boost for local businesses. “We’re going to have a timber sport demonstration,” adds Hagerman, noting that they’ve never had one like it before. “Basically it’s like a lumberjack challenge.” Presented by the Fleming College Loggersports Team, the demonstration will last about half-an-

hour and showcase some of the events they take part in at international competitions. Two shows are planned. This will mark the sixth year of the winterthemed event which was founded by Tim Sheffield, who operated the Music Market Café at the time. The town has looked after it for the last three years, striving to provide family entertainment in the midsts of the frigid season. “It’s a good way to break up the winter, which can be bland,” said Hager-

man. “It’s right in the middle of winter, on Jan. 18, it’s something for everyone to look forward to.” To register a ball hockey team or to enter the chili cook off, contact Hagerman at 613-354-3351 ext. 2017 or by e-mail at bhagerman@greaternapanee.com. Anyone interested in volunteering a couple of hours for the event is also asked to contact Hagerman. The free admission event will run from noon to 3 p.m. in the Market Square and in downtown Napanee.

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You are invited to the 50th Birthday Party for Doug Lasher at the Napanee Lions Hall, 57 County Road 8, Napanee, ON January 18, 2014 at 3:30pm Best Wishes Only

JANUARY 9 SOUP AND SANDWICH LUNCHEON Welcome to the soup and sandwich luncheon at St. Mary Magdalene Church Hall from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $6 per person. JANUARY 10 FRIDAY LUNCH SPECIAL 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bath Legion at Millhaven. Everyone welcome. BUSINESS MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BANQUET Napanee Chapter of the Business Men's Fellowship in Canada will host a banquet on Friday, January 10, 2014 at Selby Community Hall at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $16.00 per person. Reservations MUST be in by Tuesday, January 7th. Men, ladies, and youth are welcome. Guest speaker is Mark Newell. Special music by Mrs. Barb McDonald. Catered by Spuds. For tickets call Rev. John Hilliard 613-352-5691 or Garfield 613-583-9235. CHILI DINNER Newburgh United Church will be holding a Chili Take-out Dinner on Friday, January 10. Homemade chili, veggies, rolls and fresh baked cookies for just $6. Stop by 339 Academy St., Newburgh between 46:30 p..m and pick up a hot and hearty supper to go! YOUTH DANCE At Golden Links hall Harrowsmith 7 to 9:30 p.m. for ages 9 to 15 cost $6 call Sharon 539-6676 or Wayne 358-2355.

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JANUARY 11 ‘ALL ABOARD!’ Children’s program for kids 6-12 at the Macpherson House in Napanee. Railroads changes the way people traveled, bought and sold goods, worked and even how they talked. Explore these changes through hands-on activities from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Children will also learn about Napanee’s early train history and its ties to the Macpherson House. Cost is $12, registration required. Call 613354-5982. JANUARY 12 SUNDAY BREAKFAST From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bath Legion at Millhaven. Everyone welcome. GRAND OLD ENTERPRISE JAMBOREE Will be held at 1 p.m. in the Enterprise Hall. Special guest is Neville Wells. Come out for a great afternoon of fun, music and dancing. Canteen available. Sponsored by the Newburgh-Camden Lions Club. Call 613-379-9972 or 613-530-5859 for more information. Admission $8. KINGSTON AND DISTRICT OLD TYME FIDDLERS Association will be holding its monthly ‘Fiddling Funtasia’ at the Rideau Acres Banquet Hall. There will be music and dancing from 2-6 p.m., followed by dinner. Cost for members is $8 and for non-members $10. Please call 613-387-2852 for information.

On November 29th at the Strathcona Paper Community Centre in Napanee an amazing event was held to assist my family and myself. A Cancer Benefit was held with a live and silent auction, draws, raffles and entertainment. Needless to say, this highly charitable event was a huge success and I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge those responsible.

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JANUARY 13 TAI CHI OPEN HOUSE From 10 a.m.– noon at Christ Church Anglican, 39 Everett St., Belleville and on Sat. Jan 18 from 10–12 noon at the CORE Arts & Culture Centre, 223 Pinnacle St. (the old library), Belleville. See demonstrations, and find out about the introductory courses that will begin the following week, led by accredited volunteer instructors. For more info: www.taoist.org/kingston, 613-399-5725. JANUARY 14 NAPANEE PHOTO CLUB MEETING The Napanee Photo Club welcomes new members, people with an interest in photography that goes beyond simply taking snapshots. If you’re thinking of joining or just curious, come check us out for a meeting or two. The month we have a presentation by guest Peter Law on High Dynamic Range photography. Meetings are held in the County Memorial Building at 41 Dundas St. W. in Napanee. Entry is via the Robert Street entrance. Details online at http://Napanee_Photo_Clu b.tripod.com. CANADIAN CLUB OF KINGSTON Luncheon meeting at noon. N o n - m e m b e r s welcome. Speaker: Jamie Swift, author, Rebranding Canada in an Age of Anxiety. Venue: Minos Village Restaurant, 2762 Princess St., Kingston. Reservations 613-384-2021; members $26, non-members $31. Club information, call 613530-2704, or visit

w w w. c a n a d i a n clubkingston.org. PARKINSON’S GROUP MEETING Parkinson’s group meeting at Seniors Outreach Services (311 Bridge St.W.) every second Thursday of the month, next meeting at 1:30 p.m. Everyone welcome especially caregivers, light refreshments will be served. Information 613354-5238. KINGSTON WOMEN’S CONNECTION

Presents “Cozy Up for Winter” Tuesday from 7:30-9 p.m. at Gibson Hall, 990 Sydenham Rd., Kingston. Cost: $8. (includes refreshments). Michael Tenenhouse from A-1 Clothing displays hats and accessories to keep you warm this winter. Soloist: Ruth Green. Speaker: Doris Hache from Ottawa shares “The Story Behind the Hats”. Reserve with Dorothy 613-546-4770; Connie 613-548-1625 or judycobham@sympatico.ca. JANUARY 15 GARDEN CLUB The Lennox and Addington Horticultural Society, garden club, will meet at 7 p.m. at the firehall, 66 Advance Ave. Speakers are Peter and Jane Good. Topic is Gardening and Giving. Everyone welcome. Information call Florence 613354-2002. JANUARY 16 VICTORIA II WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Group will meet at the home of Denise Wright in Napanee on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Topic is Health Issues, and the roll call is ‘bring a health-conscious recipe to share’. Please

The organizing committee consisted of 12 dedicated compassionate, hardworking women. They tirelessly toiled in order for the event to come to fruition and accomplished an amazing feat. THANK YOU to the ladies and their families for your support.

The people from the town of Napanee and its surrounding communities need to be applauded for their charitable donations. Without the assistance of the supportive businesses, families and organizations the auction would not have been as successful. THANK YOU for your generosity.

The plethora of friends and loved ones who gathered to show their support; I was overwhelmed at the turnout. Unfortunately I was unable to chat with each of you individually to THANK YOU personally. Your kindness, love and considerate actions are truly felt and overwhelmingly received. THANK YOU to the many talented musicians and singers who donated their time to keep everyone entertained.

My family who have witnessed my darkest moments and my paramount celebrations; you tiredly sacrificed yourselves and altruistically gave your time, assistance and endless love throughout our journey during this challenging time. THANK YOU AND I LOVE YOU.

Without the combined efforts of the aforementioned groups of humanitarians the benefit would not have been as successful as it was. Thanks to the magnitude of generosity, my family and I will be able to face the daily demands and actually thrive, not just survive all of the challenges that a cancer diagnosis encompasses. I hope that our most sincere gratitude is expressed to all of those who participated.

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bring 25 cents for every cookbook you own. LUNCHEON At Riverside United Church in Yarker, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Homemade soup, sandwiches, dessert, coffee and tea for $6. Call 613-377-1700 for more information. JANUARY 17 PORK SUPPER St. Andrew’s by the Lake United Church is hosting a pork supper, catered by Rent A Chef, from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are adults $15, children 6-13 years, $12, and children under 6 years free. Tickets must be purchased in advance by Jan. 14 at 6 pm. For ticket purchase and/or more information, call the church office weekdays. 9 a.m. to noon, at 613-389-8082 or Jim and Carol at 613-634-8070. Fundraiser for St. Andrews by the Lake and 10 per cent to the Food Bank. JANUARY 18 SIR JOHN A. AT MACPHERSON HOUSE Sir John A. Macdonald returns to the Macpherson House. Bergeron Estate Winery presents an evening of wine pairing with local wine maker David Bergeron. Featuring reenactors, silent auction, special music and Bergeron Estate Winery’s Sir John A. Macdonald 2012 Riesling Vidal. From 6:3011 p.m. Ticket price is $65 per person, reservations required. Call 613-3545982. KINGSTON OGS The Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society will meet in the Wilson Room of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson St., at 10 a.m. sharp. Jane MacNamara, from Toronto OGS, will speak on "Inheritance in Ontario: Estate Files and Beyond". Visitors always welcome. Further info at www.ogs.on.ca/kingston.

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SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER The Corporation of the Town of Greater Napanee

TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands described below and will be received until 12:00 p.m. local time on the 27th day of January, 2014 at the Town Hall, 124 John Street, Napanee (the “Official Closing Time”).

The property is located on the north side of Enviro Park Lane.

Tender packages are available from the Town Hall, 124 John Street, Napanee during regular business hours or on the Town’s website at www.greaternapanee.com. All offers must be submitted on these forms. Dated at Greater Napanee this 17th day of December, 2013. Mark Day, Director of Finance/Treasurer Town of Greater Napanee 124 John Street, P.O. Box 97 Napanee, ON K7R 3L4 Tel: (613)-354-3351 Email: mday@greaternapanee.com

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Tags can be purchase at the following locations: 12 Market Square Napanee (Community & Corporate Services) Paulmac’s Pet Store @ 450 Centre St. (Napanee Mall) Pet Penache @ 21 Dundas St. E. Napanee L&A OSPCA @ 156 Richmond Blvd. Napanee Roblin Gas Bar @ 3243 Highway 41 N. Roblin Richmond Grocery @ 311 Bridge St. W. Napanee Dog Pound @ 53 Community Rd. Napanee 1-800-267-7874

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Description of Lands

Roll No. 11.21.020.010.08550.0000; PIN 450840060 (LT); Part Lot 20, Concession 1, Richmond, designated Part 1 on Plan 29R7018 except Plan 29R8530; Greater Napanee.

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TOWN OF GREATER NAPANEE DOG TAG RENEWALS 2014 Dog Tags are now available for purchase. You can purchase your tag for $15.00 prior to March 1, 2014, after that they will be $30.00.

ALL SKATES START THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 3, 2013

ADULT SKATE PARENT N’ ME SKATE SHINNY HOCKEY Starts Tuesday, September 3, 2013 Starts Wednesday, September 4, 2013 Starts Wednesday, September 4, 2013 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednes- Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays days & Thursdays 9:45 – 10:35am 8:00 – 9:20am 12:00 – 12:50pm Adult: $3.00 Child: $2.50 $8.00 /skate or $60.00 /10 skates $3.00 /skate or $25.00 /10 skates Children 3 & Under Free Full Equipment Required Excluding: January 22 Excluding: January 10 & 22 Excluding: January 10 & 22 SENIOR SKATE Starts Wednesday, September 4, 2013 Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 10:45 – 11:50am $2.50 /skate or $20.00 /10 skates Excluding: January 10 & 22

PUBLIC SKATE Starts Saturday, September 7 & Sunday, September 8, 2013 Saturdays 2:30 – 3:20pm Sunday 12:00 – 12:50pm Adult: $3.00 Seniors or Children: $2.50 Excluding: March 29

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The 2014 Winter Chill Festival is hosting a FUN and FRIENDLY

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SNOWBALL HOCKEY TOURNAMENT Register A Team! Get a group of friends together for a day of fun this winter and enter the 2013 3 Winter Chill Festival’s Snowball Hockey Tournament! Teams must be co-ed with a minimum of 2 women on court during play. There must be a minimum of 6 players per team, maximum of 10. No experience required. Must be 16 years or older to play.

Teams must be of a fun and friendly nature – good sportsmanship is a must! ust! DATE: Saturday January 18, 2014 LOCATION: Dundas Street between Centre and John, Downtown Napanee TI TIME: Between 10:00am and 3:00pm - Teams will be notified one week prior to event of exact times COST: $60.00

Team Toques x This year each team member will receive a toque that is part of the entry fee into the tournament. x Each team will receive a different colour toque which will represent their team’s identification. x Each toque will have the Winter Chill Logo on it. For more details and how to register contact Ben Hagerman Town of Greater Napanee – Community & Corporate Services 613-354-3351 ext. 2017 Email: bhagerman@greaternapanee.com om

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The Chili Challenge will take place Saturday, January 18, 2014 at the Winter Chill Festival located downtown Napanee on the Market Square. Volunteer servers will be on hand once again this year to dish out the Chili and all participants will remain anonymous during the Challenge to ensure a fair voting process. Participants are asked to arrive with Chili in hand by 11:00am to set-up their station. Serving will begin at 12:00 noon. Participants will be required to bring a minimum of 15L of Chili to ensure there is enough to distribute. Get involved and encourage people to come on out and vote for the BEST CHILI IN TOWN!

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The year ahead in politics What’s in store, politically, in 2014? Obviously, that’s an open-ended question, and there’s little we can know for certain. However, there are a few things we can anticipate at the dawn of this new year. At the federal level, we know that the governing Conservative Party has some work to do to try to overcome its crummy 2013. In spite of some significant bright spots — we’re thinking of the new Canada-European Union free-trade deal — the headlines have been overwhelmingly negative for Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The senate scandal has proven to be an anchor weighing down the fortunes of the Tories. The fact that the Liberals are resurgent under a new leader in Justin Trudeau, and that NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair has been relentless in hammering the Conservatives on the senate scandal, mean that the Conservatives are facing a formidable opposition for the first time since 2006. Harper bouncing back from this in time for the 2015 election would not surprise us. Harper resigning in the new year wouldn’t surprise us either. At this point, the ball is truly in his court — and it will be interesting to see how he responds. We could see more action at the provincial level in 2014. Many pundits are predicting that the Liberal minority government will fall early this year, setting up a spring election. We have a hard time envisioning the Liberals maintaining what they have now. Although Dalton McGuinty has left the scene, the baggage left behind by his tenure will no doubt prove to be a hard for his replacement, Premier Kathleen Wynne, to overcome. As we saw in the last provincial election, the party is all but dead in rural Ontario thanks to the Green Energy Act. We predict that recent changes to the act won’t be enough to revive Liberal hopes outside the city. Meanwhile — and just to mention one of many scandals — the squandering of hundreds of millions of dollars to cancel gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga (one of which was relocated to Greater Napanee) will, no doubt, make voters all over Ontario see red. The Progressive Conservatives have rural Ontario sewn up — only by their own missteps will the PCs lose that support. But where will the urban voters turn if we go to the polls this spring? Can the PCs make inroads in the city? Will the NDP capitalize? Or will the Liberals hold strong in their core areas of support? That provincial campaign will be one to watch. We know, too, that there will be municipal election campaigns later this year, culminating with the vote on Oct. 27. At this point, with few of our local politicians (or would-be politicians) having committed to letting their name stand, it’s hard to handicap the personalities involved. However, the big issues they’ll be debating on the campaign trail are easy to identify. In Greater Napanee, for instance, there’s the uncertainty surrounding the proposed indoor pool. Economic development continues to be a challenge across the region. And, most critical of all, is municipalities’ ongoing struggle to try to keep up with ever-increasing expenses while at the same time keeping property taxes at an affordable level. This particular challenge has been around for at least the last 15 years — we’d be naïve to think a solution will come in 2014. But, who knows? Some new ideas and fresh approaches to long-standing problems would be welcome. We’d love to see some from all our politicians over the next year.

Reviewing Ontario Agriculture in 2013 As Ontario farmers close the books on 2013, some farm in Peel County. It was a unique way to demonmemorable moments come to mind. The Ontario strate the important issues to OFA. We often meet Federation of Agriculture worked hard to raise agri- representatives in MPP offices at Queen’s’ Park and in their constituencies, but taking culture’s profile over the past year. them to a real farm setting put The year began with OFA farmer concerns into perspective. gearing up to educate members In 2013, we welcomed Premier about the new Farm Business Kathleen Wynne to the role of both Registration process that required OFA Comment Premier, and Minister of Agricula two-step process to become an ture and Food. OFA representaOFA member. We sincerely thank all our members for their patience while OFA man- tives have worked closely with Premier Wynne, and aged through its FBR challenges. In the end, we we appreciate her focus in helping our industry get added more than 1,900 new farm business registra- its due recognition as a valuable economic engine and primary job creator for the province. tions to OFA’s roster in 2013. The OFA has built stronger relationships with all As Ontario’s largest general farm organization, the OFA takes farmer advocacy seriously. In our political parties to bring a higher profile to agriculture. continued efforts to build stronger ties with govern- All major parties were on the agenda at the OFA’s ment, the OFA kicked off some new initiatives this annual general meeting and convention in 2013. year. We hosted 100 attendees including MPPs and SEE OFA | PAGE 7 > senior staff at OFA’s first annual Field Day at a

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Thursday, January 9, 2014 OFA FROM PAGE 6 And the passing of the Local Food Act brought a renewed interest in ensuring more local food is used in government institutions. But the year has not passed without challenges. Excessive rainfall during the growing season in some areas and weather fluctuations in general put insurance top of mind for many farmers. The OFA assisted Agricorp in a member survey about what a forage insurance program should accomplish in Ontario. The OFA has heard Premier Wynne’s challenge to agriculture and agri-food that we meet specific growth targets in output and job creation over the next 20 years. And while we appreciate the premier’s attention and confidence she has placed in the sector, we return to her with a list of tools our sector requires before we can achieve that desired growth. To meet the premier’s growth challenge, Ontario’s agriculture and agri-food sector needs assurance that our best farmland will be protected, regardless of its location. We must have a sound and supportive regulatory environment, and labour laws that do not harm our competitiveness. Natural gas across rural Ontario will be needed to provide energy at competitive prices. And, we will look to our provincial government to lead the development of the newly emerging bio-economy. 2014 holds promise for continued growth — driving our industry and our province forward. Keith Currie is the vicepresident of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.

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Can trust in politicians ever be restored? Personally, I do not recall a worse political year in our country since I started paying close attention to politics about 15 years ago. What has happened in 2013 is very disconcerting and dangerous, for our financial future, to say the least. Therefore, I have decided as my 2014 resolution, to increase my communication with politicians at all levels of government: from municipal to senate representatives. I will be fair, by acknowledging the good efforts, but will not be shy about chastising those whose performances are not morally or financially sound. After the year ended, politicians of all stripes lost a very fundamental requirement — the trust of the people. Personally, I am willing to wipe the slate clean and will look at politics as follows: Trust no politicians unless they can prove to me that they can be trusted — they will have to earn it fair and square. This is a sad situation, as many politicians, I think, have forgotten the oath of office they took and have, sadly, become richer from our tax dollars. My local paper, The Napanee Beaver is not big enough to list all of the shenanigans that have happened at all levels of government this past year. Politicians are supposed to be individuals who set examples for the rest of us to follow, but what if we followed the examples of our representatives in the Senate, in Ottawa, at Queen’s Park, and in local municipalities, where would we be? I believe they would not like us to see what they have been up to, but why should we not scrutinize them? If they are guiltless, they should welcome our scrutiny. They must regain our trust by being truly accountable, truly informative, truly respectful of how they spend our tax dollars, answer questions clearly, and above all, be truthful. This will only happen if we make them accountable for their actions. You may think, perhaps, “What can a single person do?”, but just try to go to sleep in a room

where there is one mosquito and you will realize that one small nuisance can make a big difference. I am extremely disappointed by the performance of the Liberal government in Ontario who, for the last 10 years, and especially in 2013, has failed us miserably. If you want to know to what extent, then call the auditor’s office and have them send you a copy of the 2013 report. It is not an easy read, is very scary, but also, it is very enlightening. To put things into perspective, I am sure that all Canadians are aware of the Senate scandals which have been all over the televised news, in the newspapers, on the Internet, Facebook and Twitter. Everybody wanted the heads of the culprits — but think Pierre about it! The total cost of these despicable infractions (and they were immoral and despicable) amounted to roughly $400 million, plus the expenses of committees, auditors etc. Now, let’s look at Ontario, where billions of dollars have been wasted with E-Health, ORNGE, the gas plant cancellations, the miscalculated cost of closing Ontario Northland Railway, the cost overruns of most projects, and so much more. There is a criminal investigation going on about the plant closures and the deleted emails. I truly hope that when all is said and done, those people who were responsible will actually go to jail and be made to reimburse the funds that were misappropriated. Call me an eternal optimist. In Canada, we have about 36 million people. Divide the $400 million senate expense scandal by the total population, that debt load would result in a cost of about $.01 per person. Although this cost seems low, there are no acceptable excuses for this abuse. Now, let’s look at the provincial problem. If you divide a $1 billion screw up by 13 million Ontarians,

the total cost for each and every one of us living in Ontario is $76 each before interest costs. So, we go from a cost per person of $.01 for the senate scandal, to a provincial cost per person of $76. This actually means that the increase is an incredible 760,000 per cent times worse. Would the penalty be tied to this number? Do you not agree that this is an enormous difference and, a totally unacceptable one as well? This waste of money is terribly immoral, yet those who blew this money continue to run our province as if nothing ever happened. Why is this fiasco continuing? Because we let them do it… but, it cannot continue. We can no longer be complacent, our future and the future of our children and grandchildren is at stake! Cliche If we are to bring Ontario back from this spending catastrophe, we must find a way to dump the Liberals as soon as possible. They have shown that they are not capable of handling our money… period. Ms. Wynne wants to start an extra pension plan! Can we trust her with more of our money? Actually they should waste less giving us more money in our pockets to invest. By the end of 2017/18 — if the Ontario Liberals are still in power — it is projected that we will have a $340 billion debt. The current debt is about $240 billion and costs us more than $1 million of interest per hour, or $24 million per day in interest alone! Just think what will happen if the debt increases over the next three or four years, as the Liberals say it will. If the interest rate should increase exponentially, just how big a financial disaster will we have on our hands? The numbers are mind numbing. Let’s put this into a perspective that you and I can understand. How much is a $1 billion? If I gave you $1,000 per day — seven days a week, it would take me

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2,737 years to pay you $ 1 billion. A $1 billion is $1,000 million. It was explained to me this way: if you piled dollar bills on top of one another, one billion of them would make a pile as tall as the CN Tower. If you are part of an average Ontario family of four (two adults and two children) you would have to write a cheque for $304 to pay off a $1 billion mistake. If the mistake is $3 billion then a cheque for $912 would become your family total. But we are now $240 billion in debt! If this was all a big mistake then, would you be able to write a cheque to the government for $72,960 to pay for what would be your portion of the debt for your family. I can’t write that big a cheque. The Ontario government plans to spend $2 billion more in 2014 than they did in 2013! Why? In my opinion, they are buying votes so that they will win the next election. Hopefully, you can see that the politicians at Queen’s Park fail to understand the value of a dollar. These are the same people who tell us to save more for our pensions as they suck our wallets dry with taxes and fees. We, you and I, the people of Ontario, cannot be bled dry any more than we have been already. We must stand up to irresponsible spending and bring back common ‘cents’ at Queen’s Park. If we want to survive for ourselves, our children and grandchildren, we do not have a choice. We must fight for those near and dear to us rather than trust those who have betrayed us time and time again. I will be writing more columns of this nature in the future to provide a taxpayer’s point of view of our politicians’ performances. Unfortunately, we must be prepared for a very rocky 2014. I may be only one person, but I could also be that one mosquito in the room. Pierre Cliche is a retail consultant and personal coach, and author of Business Strategies for Downtown and Rural Merchants.

Remembering the great ones As we start out in a brand new year, it seems appropriate to look back and remember those who have inspired us in our careers. Over the years, several come to mind who I consider to have been mentors, among them long time Picton Gazette editor Phil Dodds, Trentonian columnist Oral Kelly, and several others. Every year, conservationists travel to the Barrie area to attend the Latornell Conference, but few likely know the history to the name of the conference. I had the privilege of knowing Art Latornell as a personal friend, someone who went out of his way to guide me in a career choice that has been richly rewarding. Sometimes that’s all it takes, just meeting the right people and gaining inspiration from their unfettered enthusiasm. Art was like that and his passion and dedication to conservation was infectious, and at the Latornell conferences I have attended over the years when I worked with Quinte Conservation, I heard others speaking publicly about the same inspiration that he gave them in order to follow their dreams. As a columnist, now entering my 50th and final year of penning prose, I have met many nature columnists, but none has inspired me more than Doug Sadler, who passed away five years ago at the age of 92. Doug’s column ‘Come With Me Quietly’ ran in the Peterborough Examiner for almost 50 years. At the age of 88, Doug was in the audience when I gave a talk

to the Peterborough Field Naturalists almost a decade ago. At the microphone, I paid tribute to this man who had inspired me so with his knowledge of the natural world. In a moment of friendly banter I commented that I had been trying to beat Doug’s lengthy record of column writing, but that I could never seem to catch up! Without missing a beat, Doug retorted from his table that I had a good chance now since he was retiring that year from writing his column! Doug was an amazing naturalist, and even more astounding in his ability to write a column. He had an encyclopedic knowledge of the natural world around him and he enjoyed nothing more than sharing that knowledge through his column. Doug possessed an intimacy with nature that others can only dream about acquiring one day. It wasn’t so much that he could identify everything from birds to butterflies and mosses to mammals, but he had a gift of putting everything he saw together like a jig-saw puzzle, and come up with a story of why these things were where he found them, and how they all tied together into the natural scheme of things. His columns, while drawing on serious subjects, would often be sprinkled with humour, and one column I remember in particular spoke of a camping trip he was on. Even on a late night emergency walk to the washroom facilities, he described the scene poetically and with colour, and he said, “I could see the

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Outdoor Rambles overturned canoe’s bottom reflecting in the moonlight; doubtless, it could see mine too.” I never met Terry Carr, although I corresponded with this valued member of the Elliot Lake’s Penokean Hills Field Naturalists on a number of occasions. Before he died, he won the Ontario Nature Richard’s Education Award for his untiring efforts with the field naturalists in the Christmas Bird Count, winter bird feeding program, and field trips to exciting locations. “Only Terry could make a trip to the dump exciting,” commented a Penokean Field Naturalists member. He served as President of the Elliot Lake naturalists group and was on the Board of Ontario Nature. His love of nature and concern for the environment was an inspiration to everyone who knew him. Four months earlier, J. Fenwick Lansdowne also passed

away. Fenwick Lansdowne was probably my first introduction to wildlife art, at a time when wildlife art was just coming into its own. Those who remember the Toronto Daily Star’s weekly magazine, The Star Weekly, can likely recall the featured paintings in its weekend editions. Earlier critics compared his work to that of 19th century John James Audubon. Lansdowne’s work now fetch several thousand dollars, certainly appreciated in value from when he used to sell his paintings to family and friends for under two dollars apiece. Prince Philip once wrote, “Lansdowne has the exceptional ability to capture moments with a seemingly effortless assurance but which can only come from intimate knowledge, immense care and remarkable talent.” I never knew Fenwick Lansdowne, and it would be several years before I would meet another gifted artist Robert Batemen when we both served as Board members of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists. Both wildlife artists have instilled in me a respect and admiration for wildlife artists and their work. We lost Dr. Martin Edwards last year, a Kingston Field Naturalists member and good friend, who amassed an incredible checklist of birds from around the world. His memory has been immortalized through the renaming of a property on Amherst Island, owned by the Kingston Club. I was with Martin one day on a field trip on Amherst Island when we stopped to listen for the

cricket-like notes of a rare Henslow’s sparrow we all felt sure would be present in an open field along one of the sideroads. Hard of hearing, Martin put to use an outdated hearing aid in order to amplify the weak notes of this elusive bird. Cranked up to full volume, he panned the pocket device in front of him with the ear piece embedded deeply in his ear. He failed to pick up the low chirp of the Henslow’s sparrow, but he had no problem hearing the curious Hereford across the fence directly behind him that let out a loud bellow that almost blew off the top of his head! During this mentoring process that I have gone through since becoming actively involved in natural history in the 1960s, these incredible people have given me, without any conscious effort on their part, the impetus to forge ahead, and continue to learn. They have provided a greater context and allowed for a more rapid depth of understanding of those things that I observe whenever I am out in the field. While it is sad that the likes of Martin Edwards, Helen Quilliam, Orval Kelly, Doug Sadler, Art Latornell, Terry Carr and Fenwick Lansdowne are no longer with us, their spirit lives on. 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 50 Years Ago January 8, 1964 n Napanee Town Council was seeking outside help in hopes of solving pollution problems on the Napanee River. Council voted to contact the Ontario Water Resources Commission with regard to the ongoing pollution issues. Council passed a motion asking what steps the commission planned to take in order to remedy the problem. According to the report in the Beaver, “Council handed the stagnant question to the OWRC because it felt the commission had more ‘machinery’ at its disposal to carry out a successful de-contamination project in the Napanee River than has council.” n No one could say that Napanee and area residents were negligent in passing along Christmas greetings. According to postmaster Howard O’Connor at the Napanee Post Office, the number of outgoing Christmas cards were up by about 4,000 pieces of mail during the most recent holiday season compared to last year’s total. O’Connor said that a total of 226,496 outgoing Christmas cards were sent through the Napanee Post office during December.

35 Years Ago January 10, 1979 n Napanee Town Council was advised that it might have to create two new holding cells for the town’s police service to use. That recommendation came from the management at the Quinte Regional Detention Centre. The town had been using the detention centre as its lockup, and the detention centre was charging the town a fee for use of the facilities. In the previous year, the town had remanded some 162 prisoners for an overnight stay at Quinte. n On top of recovering from gunshot wounds to his leg, a 34-year-old Tamworth-area man was also facing a series of charges following an altercation with police. The man was charged with impaired driving, assault causing bodily harm and assaulting a police officer stemming from an incident near Erinsville on New Year’s Day. The accused wasn’t the only one recovering from the incident. A constable from the Napanee OPP was also treated for injuries to his mouth and teeth as a result of the altercation.

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Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Catherine Coles J ULIE Wendland, Reference Assistant at Library Headquarters, has a book suggestion that will suit readers young and old. Here is what she has to say about Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein: “Do you have a child that loves games and puzzles? Are you looking to revisit your childhood? If the answer is yes to either of these two questions then you should put Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library on your TBR (To Be Read) list. Kyle Keeley is the youngest of three brothers. His two older brothers are successful at sports and academics which is why he loves board games which is a great equalizer. Word gets out that there his favourite games maker, Mr. Lemoncello has designed

Coles’ Notes the new library and is having an invitation-only lockin to spend the night in the library as its grand opening. Kyle, along with 12 other contestants find out the easy part was getting the invitation now inside the library it becomes the ultimate game on how to get out of the library. Through ingenious games involving the Dewey Decimal system, solving riddles and working out puzzles the children figure out how to escape the library and reap the benefits of the prize. This book would appeal to readers of all ages. Children will enjoy this book as they can solve the puzzles

with the contestants. Will they as readers be able to escape the library before the book’s characters? This would also be an ideal read aloud to younger children as older adults will see many references to books of their past such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Phantom Tollbooth.”

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Race to your branch of the County of Lennox and Addington Public Libraries to get this book off the shelf — and may the best person win! Catherine Coles is the Manager of Library Services for Lennox and Addington County.

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Council mulls bylaw update for snowmobiles, ATVs BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Deseronto council discussed restricting snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle use in parks, public areas and in town. The issue will be brought back to council with a formal proposal for next month’s meeting. Councillor Edgar Tumak said he witnessed snowmobiles drive through the park by Town Hall in Deseronto, then through town to a nearby residence. Unsure what the requirements were for snowmobile use in town, he looked up the current bylaw only to find that it is a document that’s more than 40 years old. “(I) did (get) an update of the snowmobile bylaw dating back to 1970. It’s pretty limited and actually what they did may not be a problem according to the bylaw,” he said during Tuesday’s meeting.

He noted that according to the bylaw, the snowmobilers were not at fault, except for traveling on private property (at the park by town hall) at one point. “It reads: Speed limits should not exceed 15mph at any time, (which didn’t happen). Sidewalks and footpaths shall not be used at any time except to cross over at right angles or at 90 degrees, which is what the snowmobilers did. Private property should not be used at any time without permission — that may have been a minor infraction, they did cut through town hall property,” explained Tumak. Other bylaw requirements include no idling or unnecessary noise, that the snowmobiles have good working lights and breaks, operators co-operate with the public, and when entering or leaving the town after 10 p.m., the most direct route must be taken. The snowmobilers adhered to all these requirements,

explained Tumak. Failure to follow these restrictions can result in a fine, no more than $50, Tumak read from the bylaw. “What I would like to do is review the bylaw and post signs,” he told council. Part of what he would like to accomplish is to ensure snowmobiles and ATVs do not travel through any municipal parks. He also noted that these recreational spaces have signs put up to inform the snowmobiles and ATVs are not permitted. Mayor Norm Clark said Centennial Park should also be taken into consideration, with the option of allowing a direct path for snowmobiles to access the boat launch through the park. The issue has been put over to the finance and administration departments to review and bring forward options for the next town council meeting.

LIGHTS | New LED system will be different CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 “They want to come in and tell you to pay them $20,000 a year for 10 years and we’ll take care of everything else. Because a majority of municipalities don’t want to prioritize their street lighting because it’s not necessarily on their budget,” Brooks continued. “The Investment Grade Audit projections found that

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a one-for-one replacement of LEDs would decrease your variable streetlight energy costs by 65 per cent in the first year following installation,” a letter to the town from RealTerm’s president Sean Neely reads. “This is due to the annual savings of 132,163 kWh found by the results of the IGA.” With 225 street lamps, the LED expected energy cost is estimated at $12,830, with maintenance costs esti-

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mated at $2,313. Each light fixture costs about $700. The original street lighting project cost was estimated at $146,125 but other lighting requirements increased the project to $157,828. These additions include the Community Centre parking lot and parking lighting at Centennial Park. The new lighting fixtures, being LED, will look and light up differently than

the ones now installed. Brooks said they are “improved lighting fixtures, but different,” and will shine straight down, instead of up into the sky, which will may not seem very bright but will provide concentrated light straight down on the streets and sidewalks. He said some locals may not like the new lights at first, but assured council the lights are effective and efficient.

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The number of bees buzzing around in our neck of the woods has been declining over the years and a few local organizations think it’s time everyone take part in improving the environment to encourage bee population growth. Local bee advocate Susan Chan is holding a seminar later this month to raise awareness of the declining bee population. Chan, who is also program manager at Farms at Work, will host her seminar on Jan. 23 in Odessa, which will inform people how to preserve essential bee habitats. The focus of the event will be on conserving treed areas, including woodlots, farms, and local treed areas in parks and homes. Chan said the seminar would be of interest to everyone, as it affects agriculture, environment and our local surroundings.

Chan held a similar seminar in Perth last September, which was sponsored by the Stewardship Councils of Eastern Ontario. The seminar was positively received and sparked the interest of many other groups. January’s event in Odessa is being partnered by the Ontario Woodlot Association, Friends of the Salmon River, Lennox and Addington Stewardship Council, and the Eastern Ontario Stewardship Collaborative. During this seminar, Chan will explain which trees and shrubs are best for pollen and nectar sources and other tips to help improve the bee population. “Preserving hedgerows and wild spots is very important for pollinators because it preserves foraging and nesting habitat. It is wise to leave the wild edges and corners of fields alone. Many of the plants are reliable sources of food for pollinators and other insects,” Chan explained in

a press release. Chan works with landowners to develop attractive and ideal habitats for bees. Doing so provides natural pollinators for bees, which can help improve population and plant growth. Chan wrote A Landowner’s Guide to Conserving Native Pollinators in Ontario and will discuss these findings during her seminar. She has a degree in Agriculture, Environmental Biology and Education. She is also a teacher and has close ties with the farming community. More information on Chan and the work she does can be found at www.farmsatwork.wordpress.com. The seminar will take place at the St. Alban’s Church Hall in Odessa at 7 p.m. More information, contact Dave Sexsmith (OWA) at 613-373-9334 or owalimestone@gmail.com or Susan Moore (FSR) at 613-379-5958.

COMMUNITY PULSE JANUARY 19 NEW YEAR’S CANDLELIGHT SERVICE At 7 p.m. at Morven United Church, featuring Dixie 6 + 1. Celebrate the new year with a special evening service of music and fellowship. Refreshments to follow. BEEF SUPPER Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith. 4:30 to 6 p.m. Cost $13. Call Brenda 372-2410. JANUARY 20 BATH GARDENING CLUB The Bath Gardening Club and Horticultural Society will meet at St. John's Hall in Bath on Monday, January 20, 2014 at 2 p.m. Eric Weese of Weese Tree Preservation, will speak about Pruning Your Trees. Visitors always welcome. Further info at www.bath-

gardeningclub.com JANUARY 21 LENADCO AUXILIARY Annual meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee. Everyone welcome. HASTINGS HISTORICAL SOCIETY Hastings County Historical Society presents author, Paul Kirby, discussing the amazing life and times of Billa Flint (Magistrate, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Canada (pre Confederation), Belleville Mayor and Senator after 1867). This free public presentation takes place at 7.30 p.m. at the Quinte Living Centre, 370 Front St., Belleville (north door). All are welcome. For more info go to www.hastingshis-

tory.ca. CASH BINGO Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith. Early bird 7 p.m. books $7 to $15, call Brenda 372-2410. JANUARY 23 ‘BEES AND TREES’ Bees and Trees Seminar at St. Alban's Church Hall, 67 Main St. in Odessa. Preserving bee habitat in our woodlots and treed areas. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and seminar begins at 7 p.m. Refreshments served and all are welcome. Donations accepted at the door. Hosted by Ontario Woodlot Assoc. and partners. For information, call 613-3739334 or owalimestone@gmail.com. JANUARY 24 YOUTH DANCE At Golden Links hall Har-

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DESERONTO-NAPANEE PASTORAL CHARGE Minister: Rev. Frank Hamper 613-354-4373

DESERONTO UNITED CHURCH

Corner of Thomas & Fourth St. 9:00am - Worship Service AA meeting Friday 8pm

GRACE UNITED CHURCH

150 Robert St., Napanee Corner of Bridge, West & Robert St. 10:30am - Worship Service 10:30am Sunday School Nursery Care provided Cable 10 Broadcast Friday, 8pm - Sunday, 12:30pm Caring Family Congregations Please join us for worship

DESERONTO PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 469 Dundas Street, Deseronto, Ontario 613-396-3841 Pastor: Rev. Howard Dudgeon Assistant Pastor Dan Rooney 10am - Sunday School Morning Worship at 10:45am Evening Service at 6:30pm Tuesday 5:30pm-Kid’s Program “Faith Weaver Friends” Wednesday 7pm - Family night. 7pm-Youth Bible Study at Pastor Dan’s Home Everyone welcome. Affiliated with PAOC.

NAPANEE STANDARD WESLEYAN CHURCH

51 Palace Road Pastors: Rev. Ivan and Anne Langdon Sunday Worship - 10:30am and 7pm Children’s Program - 10:30am Wednesday: Ladies Bible study/prayer 10:30am Men’s Bible study/prayer 10:30am Bible study/prayer 7pm “In essentials: unity, In non-essentials: liberty, In all things, charity (love).” Phone: 354-1924, 354-5637 Everyone welcome.

EAST CAMDEN PASTORAL CHARGE

613-377-6406 www.mosriv.com ‘Like us on Facebook’ ekellogg@persona.ca The United Church of Canada Rev. Elaine Kellogg RIVERSIDE UNITED CHURCH 2 Mill St, Yarker, ON 9:30am: Worship Service & Sunday School MOSCOW UNITED CHURCH 25 Huffman Rd, Moscow, ON Worship Service 7pm - Social to follow Kids Club, ages 5-12, Sat. 10am-11am Everyone is always welcome

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER 155 St. George St., Deseronto Minister: Rev. James Gordon 396-3119 or 396-2347 9:15am - Church Service and Sunday School

TEMPLE OF PRAYER AND PRAISE

261 West St., 354-5910 (near Prince Charles School) Pastor Rev. Stephen Lush Sun. Morning - 10:30am Worship Service SonShine Corner Ages 4-9 Wednesday - 7pm Bible Study & Prayer Welcome! Come and Worship with us. Visit us online at: www.templeofprayerandpraise.org

NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE PASTORAL CHARGE

The United Church of Canada 613-378-2511 Minister: Rev. Barbara Mahood Worship Service & Sunday School at Centreville 11am Worship Service at Newburgh (Third Sunday of each month is a Contemporary Praise Service at Newburgh) Everyone is Welcome!

474 Belleville Road 613-354-1083 or 613-354-6934 Pastor: Tom Breeden Come join us in Worship Sundays 10:30am & 6:00pm Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7:00pm Everyone Welcome

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rowsmith 7 to 9:30 p.m. for ages 9 to 15 cost $6. For more information call Sharon 539-6676 or Wayne 358-2355. JANUARY 25 GAMES AND EUCHRE NIGHT At Riverside United Church in Yarker, starting at 7 p.m. Includes refreshments, prizes. Cost is $5. For information call 613377-1700. JANUARY 27 LENNOX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY The Lennox Agricultural Society will hold its annual general meeting at 7 p.m. at the Lennox Agricultural Memorial Community Centre at 170 York St. in Napanee. The regular January meeting to follow the annual meeting.

BATH-MORVEN PASTORAL CHARGE

Minister: Rev. Christine Sloan Charge Office: (613) 352-5375 Email: bath.morvenuc.office@bellnet.ca Morven United Church Service 9am, Sunday School & Nursery Bath United Church Service 10:30am, Sunday School & Nursery Fellowship & refreshments after Service Everyone is Welcome!

ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH

137 Robinson St., Napanee K7R 2S3 613-354-3141 Priest: Rev. Richard Hetke Rev. Brother D.B. Smith SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00am Holy Communion 10:30am - Holy Communion Children’s Ministry Programs TUESDAY 6:30-8pm Youth Program “The Heard” WEDNESDAY 10am Holy Communion Visit us at www.stmarymagdalenenapanee.ca

WESTDALE PARK FREE METHODIST CHURCH

(across from the hospital) Pastor Derek Spink 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee 613-354-2669 www.westdaleparkfmc.ca email: info@westdaleparkfmc.ca SUNDAY 10:00am - Worship Service 11:15am - Coffee & Snacks 11:30am - Sunday School & Small Groups 6:30pm - Prayer Service

NAPANEE BAPTIST CHURCH “A Place to Belong” 291 Dundas St. W. 613-354-4563 Pastor John Stewart Sunday morning at 10:30am Family Worship Service Sunday Evening Service 7pm Chair Lift Available “Where the Bible comes to Life!”

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L&A SOS DINERS Call 354-6668 to reserve your meal, transportation. n L&A Seniors Outreach Services Diner at the Napanee Lions Club on Jan. 16 starting at noon. Hot roast beef dinner by caterer Diana Lloyd. Entertainment by Corduroy Road. Cost is $10 per person. Tickets must be reserved by Jan. 13 by calling the SOS office in Napanee at 613-354-6668. RECREATION FUN n L&A SOS and the 55 Plus Activity Centre for the fall are offering Fitness Classes: All levels including Cardio, Strength Training, Toning, Stretching, Yoga, Relaxation and Zumba Gold. Art Programs: Learn to Draw, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Painting, Creative Writing, Knitting, Quilting. Social Programs: Euchre, Family History, Bridge Refresher. Computer Courses: One on One Assistance for Beginners or Intermediate, (book an appointment), Skype, Facebook, EReader, Computer Level 1 You must be a member of SOS to attend. For information call 613-354-6668.

L&A SOS Offsite Activities ($2 pay-as-you-go): n Line Dancing Intermediate Mondays 10:30 a.m. (Napanee Legion) n Line Dancing Progressive Mondays 1:30 p.m. (Napanee Legion) n Line Dancing Beginner Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. (Napanee Legion) n Intermediate Tai Chi Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. (Trinity United Church) n Beginner Tai Chi Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. (Trinity United Church)

THE SALVATION ARMY 82 Richard St., Napanee Office 354-4735 Major Craig and Patsy Rowe SUNDAY - 10:30am Morning Worship WEDNESDAY - 12 noon Bible study 1st Wed. - 12 noon Ministry to Women Wed.- 4:30pm Friends Club Ages 5-11 3rd Thurs. - 12:30pm 55+ Everyone welcome.

ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHURCH

179 West Street, Napanee Rev. Mark Chochrek, Pastor Phone: 613-354-5354 Website: www.stpatsnapanee.com Saturday 5:15pm - Mass Sunday 9:00am-Mass; 10:30am-Mass

ENTERPRISE-ROBLIN UNITED CHURCH PASTORAL CHARGE

Rev. Anne MacDermaid 389-5548 ENTERPRISE 9:15am Worship Service & Sunday School ROBLIN 11am Worship Service & Sunday School Everyone Welcome

ROBLIN WESLEYAN CHURCH Pastors: Bert McCutcheon, Dustin Crozier, Paul DeMerchant SUNDAY SERVICES 10:15am Sunday School 8:45am and 11am - Morning Service KidsClub - Tuesday, 6:30pm MOMENTUM Youth - Thursday 7pm OTHER MINISTRIES: Men’s, Women’s & 50+ Small Group Studies For more information 613-388-2518 www.roblinwesleyan.ca roblinw@gmail.com Find us on Facebook!

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD 4735 German Rd., Petworth Pastor: Rev. Ruth Ann Paul Phone: 613-358-2824 Morning Worship - 11am Everyone is always welcome at all our Services

SELBY - EMPEY HILL PASTORAL CHARGE

The United Church of Canada Minister: Rev. Jean Brown Charge Office: 613-388-2375 “Worship for all ages; Children’s activity each week” Selby: 9:45am Worship Service and Sunday School Empey Hill: 11:15am Worship Service Monday, January 12th 12:15pm UCW All Welcome

EVANGEL TEMPLE

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

TRINITY UNITED CHURCH

25 Bridge St. E. 613-354-3858 Join us and Rev. Mark Arnill for the Baptism of Jesus at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is invited to share in Worship and Ministry of Music. Refreshments will be served after Service. Sunday School is available. Learn more about us at www.napaneetrinity.ca


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Hypnotist aims to mesmerize at SPC Napanee’s own Buzz Collins hits the stage as part of fundraiser for the Junior C Raiders

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Hypnotist Buzz Collins has made a career out of turning hypnosis doubters into believers. He insists his comedyhypnosis show, which will be stopping by his hometown Napanee on Jan. 24 at the Strathcona Paper Centre, is very much real. What he does on stage is induce audience members into a subconscious state similar to that of sleep. Once in the trace-like state they concentrate only on his voice, allowing him to alter their perception through suggestions. “Pretty much every show I do, there’s somebody I talk to who will admit to me ahead of time that they’re a skeptic,” said Collins, who has headlined in Las Vegas as well as toured across Canada. “I’ve had people who think that the people on the stage are working for me or they’re

plants or whatever, which couldn’t be further from the truth. The thing I love the most is most of the time if I get a chance to chat with them after the show, they’ve got a whole new perspective now.” To prove his point he will pull audience members out of the crowd to serve as his subjects. “I don’t feel any pressure to convince anybody of whether or not hypnosis is real or not,” said Collins. “It’s as real as sleep. It’s a natural state of consciousness. It’s like having to prove to people that they close their eyes and sleep at night. “While they’re hypnotized they will see everything that everyone else sees,” adds Collins. “They will see the stage and the audience in front of them. Through the conditioning and through the induction, I’ve gotten them to a point where they don’t care (around their surroundings).”

He likens it to that of watching a movie. Although the audience knows they’re watching actors who are following a script, their brain will still sometimes react to an emotional scene. That, in a nutshell, is what a hypnotic trance is like. Subjects are aware of what’s going on but they can’t help but respond to what he says. For those who have seen his show before, he promises a few surprises this time around. For those who haven’t seen it he promises comedy, hypnosis and chaos. “It’s nothing that anybody would be ashamed about,” he says of what his volunteers might do on stage. “I try to change up the show quite often. With this show I’m introducing some new material that I’ve written for the new year.” He says he will hypnotize any willing volunteers, provided they are 16 years of age or older. Tickets for the Jan. 24 dinner and show, which is

presented by the Napanee Raiders hockey team, are $50. The doors will open at 6 p.m., the Spud’s catered dinner starts at 7 p.m. and the show gets underway at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available at

the Strathcona Paper Centre, Stone Mills Family Market, Hart & Hart, McDougall Insurance or by calling Raiders president Morris Hart at 613-3545754. A portion of the pro-

ceeds will support the local Junior C team, which is celebrating its 25th year in the community, cover their everyday operating costs. For more on Collins, visit his website www.BuzzCollins.com.

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Tues., Dec 10, 2013 & Tues., Jan 14, 2014 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. KFL&A Public Health Napanee Office 41 Dundas Street West Book an appointment online! www.kflapublichealth.ca/ appointments or call 613-549-1232 or 1-800-267-7875, ext. 1451.

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Buzz Collins feels no pressure to turn hypnotism skeptics into believers. “(Hypnotism) is as real as sleep. It’s a natural state of consciousness,” he says.

Changes to Planning Application and Regulation Fees The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority is changing its fees for planning and regulations applications effective February 1, 2014. New fees apply throughout the CRCA jurisdiction from Napanee on the west to Brockville on the east and north to Newboro. Planning fees relate to the review and provision of advice to municipalities on applications made under the Planning Act. These include plans of subdivision, severances, official plan and zoning by-law amendments, site plan applications and minor variances. Regulations fees relate to applications for permission to develop within a regulated area, interfere with a wetland or to alter a shoreline or watercourse. Details are on the CRCA website: www.crca.ca X info@crca.ca Tel: (613) 546-4228 ext. 244 Toll Free: 1-877-956-CRCA (2722)

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Showcase of Homes Thursday, January 9, 2014 / 11 182 ACRES CRAIGEN ROAD With over 1700 feet of road frontagest. Asking $124,900. (L27) MLS 13603528

www.1947PalaceRd.com $229,900.

* 4 Bedrooms, 1 Bath * Original Woodwork throughout * Large Country Kitchen

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

Call Cindy Haggerty, Broker, at 613-540-2116 or Kevin Haggerty, Sales Rep, at 613-539-2120

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

NEW PRICE

321 DUNDAS ST. W.

Excellent family home features 4 bedrooms and a den, living room/dining room combo, large eat-in kitchen, huge rec room with wood stove, amazing 3 season sunroom over pool in the backyard. Looking for the perfect family home? Look no further. $269,900. (EX3377) MLS 13609066

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

PRICE REDUCTION

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

Cathy Conrad, Broker, 613-484-2636

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

Independently Owned & Operated

Stunning Stone Home, Mint Condition With Exposed Beams, Wide Plank Original Pine Flooring, Original Large Baseboards, Crown Moldings, Dining Room Large Enough To Sit The Whole Family For Thansgiving Dinner. Master Bedroom Features His And Hers Closets, Skylights And Ensuite, Main Bath Features Claw Foot Tub, Glassed In Seperate Shower. Two Propane Fireplaces, Many Built In Cabinets. Updated Wiring, Plumbing, Heating, Steel Roof Central Air & Vac. Detached Triple Car Garage With 1000 Ft. Loft Above Would Make An Excellent Games Room. This Would Make A Great Place For A Home Based Business. $294,000. MLS 13606972

Call Kelly Percival, Sales Rep., Cell 613-583-1659

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

This lovely family home sits back from the road in a quiet rural setting. 3 bedrooms up with master bedroom having an ensuite. Main floor is nicely finished and open concept, the basement rec room is almost completed. Property has lovely gardens and a large front porch and a shed. $189,900. MLS 13608693

32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800

Independently Owned & Operated

NEW PRICE

2289 MORVEN CRES. Enjoy country living on quiet Morven Cres. just minutes from Napanee and easy access to 401 and Kingston. Beautifully maintained bungalow with 1980 sq. ft. of living space and full unfinished basement. Hardwood floors, sunken living room with stone fireplace. Open concept overlooking in-ground pool in back yard. Many upgrades. Shows immaculate! $289,900. (EX3294) MLS 13606981

Call Wayne Elder, Sales Rep Cell 613-536-8897

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

FAMILY BEAUTY Immaculate 3+1 BR, 2+1/2 baths with fenced yard, full basement, hardwood floors and quick closing! Asking $289,900. And Sellers anxious!! MLS#13607977 Sutton GroupMasters Realty Inc. Brokerage

INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

1650 Bath Rd., Kingston 613-384-5500

Carol Harvey Sales Rep.

Call Direct: 613-540-2659

callch@sympatico.ca

32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800

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$169,900. MLS 13607392

MICHELE HEANEY PEG CAMPBELTON Sales Representative Sales Representative Cell 613-449-4200 Cell 613-583-7253 peg.campbelton@gmail.com michele.heaney@gmail.com

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

** Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated.

144 DUNDAS STREET W, NAPANEE • Large Yard • Gas Fireplace • Move In Ready

3996 COLEBROOK RD., HARROWSMITH • Loads of Character • Lots of Storage & Space • Large Treed Yard & Country Garden

1098 SHIBAGAU ROAD, STONE MILLS Looking for privacy, spacious home and land to roam on? This is it, look no further! 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths with bright spacious rooms throughout. Newer roof, deck/porch, central vac and exterior freshly painted. Carpet free home, friendly for family pets. Full unfinished basement with lots of potential with walkout to back yard. Close to amenities with school/parks, grocery, bank, LCBO and recreational facilities all nearby. Great buy at this price, this home won`t last long! ASKING $299,900 MLS#13608792

285 BRADY ROAD, SELBY Great starter home just a short drive (10mins) from Napanee. All brick bungalow on country lot with lots of room for the kids. 3+ Bedrooms, 1 bath on main with open large kitchen/dining area. Bright living room with patio doors to walk out to front deck. Patio door off kitchen with deck & above ground pool. Open unfinished basement waiting for your finishing touch! Call listing agent for more details! Asking $179,900. MLS#13608253

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

CHERYL FURLONG S R Independently Owned and Operated

9 Commercial Court Napanee ALES

43 PEARL STREET, NAPANEE • Custom Kitchen with Granite Countertops • 2 Full Baths • Detached Garage

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Direct 613-217-3330 Email: cherylfurlong07@aol.com Website: www.cherylfurlong.com

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1583 LAKE ROAD, STONE MILLS Great investment and potential for commercial property in village setting. Many possibilities with this C1 zoning building in the heart of Enterprise. This approx. 3000sq ft building has many permitted uses. Building in good shape with good well & septic. Front of building once used for a convenience store and take out. Building offers high ceilings great for storage or garage. Call for more details. Being sold `As Is`. Asking $44,900. MLS 13608794

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100 ACRES

NUGENT ROAD, STONE MILLS Great location, just 15 mins North of HWY 401. This beautiful 100 acre parcel of vacant land is awaiting your dream home! Property offers mixture of crops, pasture and wooded lot. Great area to build with possible severances. Good commute to Kingston, Napanee, Belleville, only 10 minutes north of HWY 401. 5 Minutes from amenities including, schools, store/take out, gas station and LCBO. Asking $119,000. MLS 13608995


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26B Richmond Blvd. Napanee

SALES REP - 613-453-4292

Office: 613-354-4213

325 ROGERS RD.

Excellent hobby farm in Tamworth area. 48 acres of rolling land with work fields, pasture, woods and year-round creek. Good older home with 4 + bedrooms, large living room, kitchen with modern cupboards and tin ceiling. Join the trend and grow your own food. This is a great property for a family. Asking $239,900. MLS 13606492

Excellent family home on Beverly Street, Napanee. 2650 sq. ft. family home on a spacious town lot. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, main floor family room, separate dining room, eat-in kitchen , 2 car attached garage. All brick exterior and large rear deck. Priced at $329,900. MLS 13608793 Call for full details.

JOHN CURRAN Sales Representative

Cell 613-328-1767

BILL MCCUTCHEON

ELISHA MCCUTCHEON

BROKERAGE

54 ANN ST., NAPANEE Located in a quiet area in town, this home has a lot to offer! New kitchen, updated windows, and new 1 storey addition on the back which includes a large bedroom (or potential family room), and a 3-piece bathroom. Features include; main level laundry, large, fenced back yard, close to schools and all amenities. A must see for all buyers! $164,900. MLS 13608412

200 ROBERT ST. Don’t miss out on seeing this vibrant, 3 level, Victorian style home with many modern upgrades including roof (2011), both bathrooms (2010), windows (2008) and updated flooring, to name a few. Original tin ceilings in dining room, tin panelling in the kitchen, and custom etched glass windows just add to the character of this unique home. Located on a quiet street close to all amenities, this 2000 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house is the perfect place for your next home. All of this with a fully fenced back yard and a detached garage. Priced at $217,000. MLS 13607139

I can help with any of your Email: john.curran@century21.ca real estate needs. Website: johncurranrealestate.com

GREAT POTENTIAL, GREAT PRICE Excellent 25 acre parcel of land with many possible uses. Small insulated office 16’x12’ with 100 amp service, woodstove and attached garage/storage 11’x23’, all with aluminum siding and metal roof. Additional outbuilding made with 3 45 foot trailers in U shape with good metal roof over opening supported by trusses. Concrete slab at rear 12’x45’, also covered. This property is subject to HST. Possible vendor take back at good rate available. All chattels on the property are available for negotiated sale. List is available. $99,900. MLS 13608012

13729 HIGHWAY 41, CLOYNE Don’t miss out on this 2,300 sq. ft. country home sitting on approximately 80 acres just north of the Village of Northbrook. Included in this 5 bedroom is a large eat-in kitchen, main floor laundry, and an abundance of storage space. ALSO, a separate rental unit with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, located on the property as well, offers many possibilities for potential buyers. Lot has a quiet creek running through it and also backs onto Hunter’s Creek Golf Course. A must see! $189,900. MLS 13606996

NEW LISTING

18 MILL ST NAPANEE HANDYMAN SPECIAL Excellent little starter home or handyman special. 3 bedrooms and dining room or 4 bedrooms, your choice. Needs some TLC and is being sold in `as is` condition. Good gas hot water heater and furnace. MLS 13609121 $89,900.

Brokerage, Independently Owned and Operated

Duaine Presley 384-5500 office 561-4953 home

Affordable 2 bedroom bungalow with full lower level with walk-out to lake side that could be transformed into a beautiful rec room. This property is located in the heart of hunting and fishing country. A perfect affordable get away, starter or retirement home. $79,900. MLS 13604015 3 bedroom home located at 201 Water Street Napanee has been totally remodeled inside and out and is now in like new condition and ready and waiting for the arrival of its new owners. Updates including new siding, all doors and windows, drywall and insulation, plumbing and electrical, kitchen cabinets and front porch. Outside has been completely landscaped, plus has new stamped concrete sidewalks and patio. Call for more details. $189,900. MLS 13607920

VACANT LAND

247 ACRES - 247 acres of typical Canadian Shield property. Some ponds, bush, open space, trees and some sand and gravel deposits. Great hunting and an ideal spot for ATV trails. Also has deeded access to Sheffield Lake. MLS 13607244 $159,900.

17 ACRE COUNTRY PROPERTY - Located just north of Gull Lake and Sheffield Lake and is the first property south of 3110. Well treed Canadian Shield property with lots of rocks and trails and a large beaver pond. This property also has a deeded right of way for access to Sheffield Lake just a couple minutes away. MLS 13606525 $47,900.

DRIVE IN ROAD - Very desirable 27 Acre lot, backing on to the 401 and with 645 ft of frontage on Drive In Road. This property has two gates and a drilled well. There is a Hydro easement on the property. The Seller has no information on the well and has never used it. MLS 13607566 $119,900.

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Sales Representative

588 CEDARSTONE RD. Beaver Lake cottage. 2 bedroom cottage with 3 piece spacious kitchen/ living room area. Propane heater, gas hot water on demand, and propane space heater. The property includes 2 waterfront lots with nice frontage and are well wooded. Drilled well. Large boathouse with sleeping area. Located on a year-round road. Asking $269,900. for total package, or purchase just the cottage and one lot for $169,900. or the separate lot for $109,900. MLS 13607476

1006 BETHEL ROAD COUNTRY 2 STOREY This beautiful family home is 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 floor 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 it. MLS 14600027 $309,900.

613-354-4347

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BROKER OF RECORD - 613-453-4347

210 CENTRE ST., NAPANEE Minutes from downtown Napanee, this spacious 2 storey home has a lot of character! 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with an eat-in kitchen as well as a separate dining room. Large detached garage/storage shed. Walking distance to all amenities! Fall in love with this century brick home! Priced at $224,900. MLS 13608471

Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage* Independently Owned and Operated

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 14600095 $499,900.

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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 minute according to report. MLS 14600096 $37,900.

Two storey brick home loaded with character and history. Beautiful landscaped lot with above ground pool and decks. Many upgrades including - upstairs windows, new steel roof, upper Two bedroom bungalow, 10 minutes from Napanee and 401. Very affordable home and main level washrooms, new well pump and foot value plus new front door. Also zoned in move-in condition. Perfect starter home or retirement home. Call for details. for second floor apartment, if you are looking to create extra income. $159,900. MLS 13608798 $119,900. MLS 13604641

Affordable 4 season get-a-way or full time residence with year round easy access, right in the middle of vacation, hunting and fishing country, and just minutes to the beautiful Mazinaw lake. Call for details. $69,500. MLS 13604506 3 bedroom one and half storey home on close to a one acre lot about 20 minutes from Kingston. Home has had a new addition about 8 years ago and has some newer windows and washroom updates. Very spacious with large dining and living rooms, perfect for the growing family. Outside there is lots of yard space with 24' x 12' workshop and 9' x 14' +/- storage shed, plus a fenced dog run. $149,900. MLS 12603310

One and a half storey century home sitting on 46 +/- acres of beautiful Canadian Shield property. A perfect property for hunting, fishing or roaming. Lots of trails and firewood. $139,900. MLS 13604038

3 bedroom, 1 1/2 storey farm home with 6+/- acres of land, large barn and several out buildings. located on a quiet country road just minutes outside the village of tamworth. if you have been looking for that special place out in the country this could be it. call today. $159,900. MLS 13606977

VACANT LAND

Four bedroom 2 storey home in the village of Enterprise. Features a good size eat-in kitchen with separate dining room and living room with patio doors in both rooms, 4 bedrooms on second floor. this well kept home is in very good condition and has had all doors and windows, plus oil tank and well pump, replaced in the past few years. There is also a car and a half attached garage with new garage door and a large deck on back side of the house. $159,900. MLS 13603708

GREAT ESCAPE PROPERTY - 83+/- acres of Canadian Shield property. In the middle of hunting and fishing country. On paved road with hydro and telephone service. Lots of room to roam. $69,900. MLS 13604047

243 HIGHWAY #28, DENBIGH

Four bedroom home in good condition in the heart of vacation, hunting and fishing country. Perfect starter or retirement home or just a great get-a-way. Miles and miles of ski dooing and four wheeler trails just outside your door. $69,900. MLS 13608175

PERFECT FOR HUNTERS. 46+/- acres of beautiful Canadian Shield property on paved road with hydro and telephone service. Right in the middle of hunting and fishing country that also abutts crown land. Great get away! $59,900. MLS 13604046

4 +/- ACRE BUILDING LOT on quiet country road. 10 minutes from 401 Hwy and Napanee. $29,900. MLS 13609018

53 plus acres of prime future development land in Greater Napanee. Across road from hospital and right next to new residential development on Beverley Street. MLS 11600934 $649,000.


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Paula Bevens Rutter

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613-583-2896

Robert Storring

Sales Representative

Broker

613-354-4347 (office) 613-379-2903 (direct)

L ANTHORN

See at www.storringrealestate.on.ca

REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED

NEW LISTING $169,900.

HOBBY FARM CHEAP HOME Older small home in village would be perfect for single person, retiring or beginning couple. Spacious main level, tad smaller 2nd level. Full bath & laundry on main level. Walk to all conveniences and view the river out front. Cheaper than rent at $69,900 mls 13609870

BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Operate your own hardware business and have rental income to boot! Building is approximately 5000 sq. ft divided in half with long term tenant one side and your business other. Hardware features lots of display space and extra storage. All equipment included in price, stock extra. $324,900 mls 13609207

Set up for horses farm just north of town has 25 acres, box stalls, riding ring, pond, pasture and hay fields. The house is all updated with almost new everything. Features 2 or 3 bdrms, woodstove in living rm, back deck to view the critters and wild life. $269,900 mls 13609280, see www.horsehobbyfarm.com

GREAT POTENTIAL

CHEAPER THAN RENT!

** Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated.

20 CONCESSION ST. TAMWORTH

Come and catch a 2lb Bass in your own backyard! Welcome to this unique home on the Salmon River in Tamworth! Has many upgrades, features 2 bedrooms with room for more, 2 full bathrooms, sunrooms galore! 2 family rooms, Galley kitchen with very large separate dining area! Newer windows, Some of the upgrades since 2011 are… new steel roof, flooring, drywall, bathrooms, most plumbing, oak stairs, Breaker Panel, Pellet Stove and more! Call for more details and your personal viewing. MLS 13609804 Beautifully finished 3 bedroom home on a corner lot close to the local park, daycare, post office, store and river! This home has been completely renovated in the last 5 years which include an updated kitchen, and bath, breezeway, windows, doors, deck, fully fenced backyard, original hardwood flooring in living room, beautiful bay window overlooking an empty lot and the river, full basement partially finished.This home has been extremely well cared for and is move in ready! $179,900. MLS 13608972

163 ROBERT STREET, NAPANEE

Excellent opportunity for home ownership! Features 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, Beautiful hardwood flooring and solid staircase, Large Eat in Kitchen, Good Sized Lot with Garage/Barn. Call today for more details! $139,900. MLS 13608758

Ranch bungalow on Doyle rd. Maple floors, 4 bdrms, 3 full baths, huge family rm with new woodstove, fabulous kitchen with all built in convection appliances, master ensuite & walk-in closet, drywalled garage, inside/outside basement entry, detached garage/shop building. 2 ½ acres with only the deer & turkeys for neighbours. $339,900.mls 13608129 see www.bathcountryhome.com

SPRINGS COMING, REALLY!!

Bungalow in village setting has 3 bdrms, separate dining rm. Walk to Beaver Lake, separate school up the street, woodstove to help with heating. Full basement waits your finishing touches and the back yard is fenced. A great home for the money. $139,900 mls 13608331

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

101 Wm. Henderson Dr., Amherstview 613-777-8317

2565 CTY RD 4, CAMDEN EAST

$179,900.

BATH AREA, 1500 SQ.FT.

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244 MILL STREET, NAPANEE

Very cute 1.5 storey home on a quiet street in Napanee, just steps away from the Napanee River and Park, features 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, eat in kitchen, separate dining room, large living room. Paved double car driveway. Private Lot with Gazebo with views of the river. MLS 13609626 $159,900.

The spring market is not that far away and I am starting to build up my listing inventory. Don’t let your property get lost in the crowd, call me for personal, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, 40 years of experience work for you. Call me now.

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Many sizes to suit your needs OPEN HOUSE Saturday & Sunday 1-4pm Bungalows & 2 Storeys on 50’ Lots Information: 613.354.1441

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

Greg Wagar

Broker of Record

613-541-9781

2764 COUNTY ROAD 14 2 bedrooms, carpet-free home, eat-in kitchen, spacious family room. Asking $119,900. (L88) MLS 13609552

454 PALACE RD., NAPANEE 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, 11/2 car attached garage. Many upgrades. Asking $254,900. (L89) MLS 13609559

898 COUNTY ROAD 12 Salmon River Estate www.898countyroad12.com Asking $999,900. (L90) MLS 13609654

309 SIMCOE ST. NAPANEE Lovely 1 1/2 storey all brick home featuring hardwood flooring. 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, central air conditioning . Asking $209,900. (L85) MLS 13608923

NEW PRICE

Patsy Rhines

Paul Wagar

Sales Representative

Sales Representative

Tanya Myatt Mosier

Barry Brummel

613-331-0536

Sales Representative

613-532-0330

Marlene McGrath

Sales Representative

613-849-3264

Rick Gerow

613-484-1603

Sales Representative

613-484-0933

Bob Rae

Sue Rankin

Marten D. Lewis

Cathy Conrad

613-539-9852

175 ROBERT STREET, NAPANEE 4 bedroom 2 storey semi detached home. Asking $154,900. (L70) MLS 13607259

106 THOMAS ST. W. NAPANEE Main floor needs renovations. 2 upstairs aparments, one newly renovated and rented. Part of main floor rented, no lease Asking $159,900. (L45) MLS 13605035

OPEN FOR OFFERS

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NEW PRICE

690 PINE GROVE RD., ROBLIN 2 Bedroom home with 20 x 40 barn on 5 acres. Asking $239,900. (L80) MLS 13608474

195 FRIZZELL ROAD, STONE MILLS 2,100 sq. ft. home features 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Asking $290,000. (L97) MLS 13609823

997 PINE GROVE RD. ROBLIN 3 Bedrooms, eat-in kitchen, separate dining room, large fully fenced yard, workshop. Asking $169,900. (L79) MLS 13608380

MAIN & MILL ST. DESERONTO Nice level commercial lot on Main St. Deseronto. 180’ x 372’ Asking $199,900. (L86) MLS 13609234

NEW PRICE

613-561-0907

Sales Representative

Sales Representative

3483 BIG CREEK ST., NAPANEE 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car attached garage, 6 acres backing onto Big Creek. Asking $275,000. (L73) MLS 13607666

185 JOHNSON SIDE ROAD, NAPANEE 3 Bedroom, 2 Storey Brick Home! Extra large bedrooms, 1 ½ bathrooms. Listed at $314,900. (L96) MLS 13609810

Sales Representative

Sales Representative

613-329-9546

201 BELLEVILLE ROAD 2 Bedroom, 1 bath home. Interior has had many upgrades including windows, doors, plumbing and electrical. Asking $149,900. (L84) MLS 13608696

110 UNION ST. NAPANEE 4 level side-split home has 15 baths, 4 bedrooms and walk-out deck off separate dining room, gas fireplace. Asking $199,900. (L87) MLS 13609517

613-536-8589

Broker

613-484-2636

NEW PRICE

88 GROVE ST., NEWBURGH 3 Bedroom bungalow with 300` of waterfront on the Napanee River. Asking $249,900. (L92) MLS 13609685

NEW PRICE

753 DESERONTO ROAD

Corner of County Rd 1 West (502) and Deseronto Road. 18 Acre Horse Farm 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths. Only 2 minutes from the 401! Asking $379,000. (L78) MLS 13608050

121 CENTRE ST., DESERONTO 1 1/2 storey, 4 bedroom home Asking $109,900. (L49) MLS 13608476

182 ACRES - CRAIGEN RD With over 1700 feet of road frontagest. Asking $124,900. (L27) MLS 13603528

3945 HWY 41 (Just past Roblin) 3 bedrooms, master bedroom w/ensuite, open concept main floor, basement rec room. Asking $189,900. (L83) MLS 13608693

2823 COUNTY RD 9 (RIVER ROAD) 4 Bedroom ranch bungalow. Master bedroom has 4 piece ensuite. Asking $349,900. (M02) MLS 14600141

1600 FRONT ROAD AMHERST ISLAND Approximately 5 acres of land boasting 419.60 feet of shoreline. Asking $179,000. (L55) MLS 13605569

5991 COUNTY RD 41 2 storey home in the Village of Erinsville Asking $145,000. (L10) MLS 13606128

10 CEDAR STREET 2 Bedroom mobile home with attached 2 car garage Asking $129,900. (L47) MLS 13605298

4180 KING ST VERONA 3 bedrooms open concept Meadow wood Mobile Home Park. Asking $89,900. (L75) MLS 13607863

6311 COUNTY ROAD 9 Over 870` waterfront on Hay Bay. Beautiful 7 acre piece of property complete with a 1 bedroom, 1 bath cottage. Asking $295,000. (M01) MLS 1460115

NEW PRICE


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Barristers, Solicitors & Notaries Public

P.O. Box 116, Napanee, Ontario K7R 3L4 Telephone: 613-354-6900 Facsimile: 613-354-0881 P.O. P .O. Box 1116, 16, Napanee, Ontario, K7R 3L4 Jay Winn jay@kenaltywinn.com T elephone: 613-354-6900 Facsimile: 613-354-0881 Telephone: Lindsay Kenalty lindsay@kenaltywinn.com

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BUYING? SELLING? RE-FINANCING? CALL US 71 ASHWOOD CRES. Differ from the similar! Live in one of Napanee's most sought after neighbourhoods in a custom home big enough for your family and your toys. This 4 bedroom, 2 bath all-brick home has many upgrades including a custom stone entrance, walk-in pantry, full size eating bar in the gourmet kitchen, open concept design, 3 car attached garage - all of this on a spacious corner lot. Come see the quality Staikos is known for! $345,000. MLS 13609295

Sales Rep Direct: 613-403-7690 613-476-2100 tracey.dickson@century21.ca *Independently owned & operated Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage*

MICHELLE BOWES Production Manager The Napanee Beaver/The Picton Gazette 613-354-6641 ext 113

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE, INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

SOLD

3 CEDAR ST. $99,900. Retirement living at its best in this seniors’ park. Nice 9’x20’ deck just off sunroom addition. Bright open concept, large master bedroom, 2 bedrooms, kitchen with ample cupboards, appliances included. On water and sewer. (EX3113) MLS 13601800

2250 ENRIGHT RD. - HOBBY FARM POTENTIAL This beautiful home is situated on 15 acres with spring fed pond. Great for horses!! Gorgeous kitchen and dining open concept is wonderful for entertaining. Vaulted ceilings, huge master bedroom with 4 piece ensuite, lovely 3 season sunroom overlooking open fields, heated and cooled garage...The list goes on. Check out the virtual tour. Asking $409,000. (EX3339) MLS 13608136 VIRTUAL TOUR: http://www.obeo.com/826102

OFFICE 354-4800 CELL 453-0486 email: ssharpe@exitnapanee.ca

NEW LISTING

VACANT LAND

371 MAIN STREET, DESERONTO Excellent building lot with water & sewer running by the lot. “No development fees” required by municipality. MLS 13602641 $22,000.

SOLD

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Great family home with 4 bedrooms and room for the whole family. The full finished basement provides 4th bedroom, rec room, den/family room plus 3 piece bath. Great inlaw suite possibilities. Beautifully decked 21’ above-ground pool. 1 1/2 detached garage with concrete drive. Asking $179,900. (EX3279) MLS 13606551

NEW PRICE

64 COLLEGE ST. $135,900.

NEW PRICE

Well maintained 3 bedroom with gas heat, newer windows and furnace. New front deck, 2 driveways, detached garage. Main floor laundry. Huge yard situated only a stone-throw away from waterfront park, boat launch and recreation facilities. All appliances included. $135,900. (EX3287) MLS 13606743

Independently Owned & Operated

Well maintained and recently updated, this home, with double detached garage, is situated on 11 acres and backs onto a creek. 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, gas heat, finished basement. Call Sharon for further details. $239,900. (EX3211) MLS 13604752

70 COLLEGE ST. $194,900.

SOLD

232 CROSS ST. $179,900.

32 Industrial Blvd., Napanee www.exitnapanee.ca

1507 THRASHER RD. $239,900. NEW PRICE

Secure building! Ideal retirement living within walking distance to downtown and boardwalk to the falls of the Napanee River. New floors and freshly painted. Great view of river from your balcony. Condo fees include water and sewer fee. (EX3376) MLS 13609063

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9 CENTRE ST., UNIT 205 $129,900.

vacy. Away from the world. Large master bedroom looking down on great room. 2 other bedrooms on 1st floor, main floor laundry. Attached two car garage. (EX3300) MLS 13607609

LOOKING FOR A “SHARPE” AGENT” CALL SHARON

NEW PRICE

chimelle123@gmail.com

25 MARKET SQUARE $139,900. Great investment, retail and multi-residence. This is a great buy for someone looking to buy a retail building with 2 apts upstairs plus potential for 10 TESKEY RD. $289,900. more! (EX3337) MLS High on a hill looking down on the world. Listen to the quiet. Secluded pri13608111

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2250 ENRIGHT RD. $409,000.

Broker Direct: 613-476-5026 h.jackson@sympatico.ca

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32 Industrial Blvd, Napanee Phone (613)354-4800 www.exitnapanee.ca CELL 540-4375 BILL MARTIN Sales Rep. bmartin@exitnapanee.ca

Hugh Jackson

INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING IN OUR REAL ESTATE SECTION?

Office: 613-354-4800 Cell: 613-532-7637

113 Richmond Blvd. Suite 6, Napanee, Ontario K7R 3Z8 www.exitnapanee.ca

ATTENTION 1ST TIME BIUYERS OR RETIREES Country bungalow close to Napanee, 2-car garage, 3 beds, 1 bath, updated kitchen, hardwood floors. $179,900. MLS 2140025

Tracey Dickson

Sales Representative

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

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72 ACRE FARM ON EDGE OF TOWN Beautiful Brick Bungalow, 4 Bed, 2.5 Baths, Barn with 8 Stalls, Workshop, Tack Room. $875,000. MLS 2140029

ANGELA PETERSON-HATCH

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COMPLETELY RENOVATED AND UPDATED Large Rooms, Carpet Free, 3 beds, 2 Baths, Eat-in Kitchen, Stainless Appliances, Private Deck. $249,900. MLS 2140036

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Great home with 5 bedrooms, central air, 3 baths, finished basement, 3000 sq. ft. of finished living space. Main floor laundry. All appliances included. Must be seen!! $194,900. (EX3282) MLS 13606639

362 MAIN ST. $189,900. Approximately 1600 sq.ft. of beautiful retail space presently rented for $1300 inclusive. Two 1 bedroom apartments rented for $1350 inclusive. Total gross rents $2650/month. Retail space is separately metered for hydro and heat. Lot size 38x132. $189,900. (EX3333) MLS 13608006


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

NEW LISTING

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

TO BE BUILT!! 119 BRANT ST. (READY FOR 06/14) OTHER LOTS AVAILABLE

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH (ROUGHIN FOR 2ND) $149,900. (EX3400) MLS 13609790

NEW PRICE

321 DUNDAS ST. W. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $269,900. (EX3377) MLS 13609066

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ACRES

6355 COUNTY RD. 41 2 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $189,900. (EX3340) MLS 13608162

307 MOSCOW RD., STONE MILLS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $349,900. (EX3394) MLS 13609632

47 BROCK ST., NEWBURGH 2+1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $169,000. (EX3349) MLS 13608314

8061 COUNTY RD. 2 4 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $399,900. (EX3303) MLS 13607278

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542 BRIDGE ST. W. 5+1 BEDROOM, 4 BATH $499,900. (EX3297) MLS 13607005

57 ELLIOTS LANE 4 BEDROOM,1 BATH $224,900. (EX3331) MLS 13607994

256 DUNDAS STREET W. 4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $219,900. (EX3201) MLS 13604301

66 MURNEY ST., BELLEVILLE 2+1 BEDROOM, 2 FULL BATH

$189,900. (EX3367) MLS 13608870

22 EDGEWOOD DR. 4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $369,900. (EX3321) MLS 13607787

218 BRANT ST. 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $143,900. (EX3348) MLS 13608299

9 ANGUS DR. 4 BEDROOM, 1 FULL 3 HALF BATH $219,900. (EX3390) MLS 13609491

144 MILL ST. 1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $174,900. (EX3393) MLS 13609595

64 RIVER RD. 4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $274,900. (EX3252) MLS 13605674

145 MCGILL ST. 4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH POSSIBLE 1 BEDROOM SELF-CONTAINED IN-LAW SUITE $279,900. (EX3330) MLS 13607975

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9 CENTRE ST., UNIT 103 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $199,900. (EX3345) MLS 13608258

COMMERCIAL

113 JESSUP LANE 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $329,900. (EX3383) MLS 13609407

COMMERCIAL/LEASE

Looking to be your own boss? Here is a perfect business!! Golf driving range including all equipment. Combine business and pleasure! Love Golf? How Includes 8 inside stations and 10 grass outside sta- about a golf cart rental business showing excellent tions with irrigation plow and 9 hole mini putt. returns. Over 1500 tournament carts booked last $199,900. (EX3312) MLS 13607414 year. (EX3170) MLS 13603483

OPEN TO OFFERS

COMMERCIAL

24 ADVANCE AVE.

COMMERCIAL

128 THOMAS ST. E. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $169,900. (EX3372) MLS 13608991

COMMERCIAL

18 WATER ST. E. 1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $279,900. (EX3319) MLS 13607632 WATERFRONT

COMMERCIAL/LEASE

455 CENTRE ST.

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

6 rental units, three 12’ overhead doors, 16 clear feet ceiling Excellent Main Street location, next to Tim Hortons. UNIT 7, 3 SNOW RD., NAPANEE span. Separate furnace, separate hydro. New owner can set Thinking about opening a daycare? Look at this estabup own shop with shipping and receiving. Needing 24 hour lished business. Everything is in place and ready to go! 3400 sq. ft. of office space or can be used for retail Featuring 4900 sq. ft. building in good condition, 3 bay notice for showing on the rented units. Call for more details. Excellent income and be your own boss. Call for more space. $2000/month plus water. (EX3210) MLS doors. Asking $299,900. Must be sold! Open for offers. (EX3041) MLS 13600031 $579,000. (EX3323) MLS 13607841/13609052 13604720 details. $155,000. (EX3248) MLS 13605577

VACANT LAND

92 GLENNELM RD. - Great 15 acre building lot with lots of privacy. Just If you like wide open spaces, this building lot is perfect for you. Build you dream home on this very nice, level lot and have space to roam. New well with lots of water. Taxes to be assessed. $49,900. (EX3044) MLS 13600215 AVE. - Beautiful level building lot with a nice view. Municipal NEW LISTING STANLEY Pick your spot to build your dream home on this picture perservices ready to go. Call for details. $22,900. (EX3403) MLS 13609826 NEW PRICE ATTENTION!! fect 19 acre building lot located just minutes north of Napanee. Enjoy nature VANLUVEN RD. - 8 acres of prime commercial land. Services at lot line. Located just off 41 at its best. You will have lots of privacy. Entrance driveway is in. Good wells have been obtained on neighbouring lots. $49,900. (EX3373) MLS 13609013 Highway on Vanluven Rd. (EX3317) MLS 13607574

NEW LISTING minutes from town. $48,900. (EX3402) MLS 13608425

COMMERCIAL

63 DUNDAS STREET Location, location, location! Prime commercial site This building consists of a 2 bay garage, sales office, 2 wash20 MARKET SQUARE located on Centre Street North across from the rooms. The building has not been used after May 6/96. There is an environment report on file that was completed in 1993. Lease $1,450. 1000 square feet of space, 2 offices, Napanee Mall and right beside Petro Canada. 1400 This property is being sold “as is.” Must be sold. Open for board room, 2 piece bath, central location. Triple Net sq. ft. Butler building features 2 entrances off Centre Lease. (EX3395) MLS 13609591 Street. $599,900. (EX3401) MLS 13609803 offers. $185,000. (EX3040) MLS 1360030

LEASE OR BUY

VACANT LAND

285 DUNDAS STREET W. 4 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $297,000. (EX3334) MLS 13608020

NEW PRICE

17-125 EAST 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, used to be a service station. The property is accessible from Adelphi and East St. Excellent development property. Must be sold. Open for offers. $199,000. (EX3039) MLS 13600028

VACANT LAND Great building lot with lots of privacy. Just minutes from town. $49,900. (EX3045) MLS 13600234

County Rd. 8, South Shore Rd. 225 acres of vacant land. Featuring approximately 80 acres of mixed wood, some work land, the remainder pasture. $350,000. (EX3387) MLS 13609454

PETWORTH RD. - Build your dream home on this 3.43 acre lot with a drilled well already on the property. $59,900. (EX3142) MLS 13602636

82 acres on Shermans Point with 332 feet of prime waterfront. Build your dream waterfront PRISTINE SHORELINE - SHERMAN’S POINT ROAD - Build your dream home on this 100’ home on the secluded wooded lot at the very end of the road. Good possibilities of devel- waterfront x 300’ cleared level lot. Nestled within the cedars on the shores of Long Reach. BUILD YOU OWN DREAM HOME on this beautiful 63 acre parcel. Approx. 30 acres of workable and 13 acres of cedar, pine, and spruce. Remaining is brush. $99,900. (EX3179) oping the remaining acreage with 4560 feet of Town Road frontage. Zoned rural with a tiny $175,000. (EX3049) MLS 13600288 MLS 13603821 bit of E.P. GST is applicable. $399,900. (EX3386) MLS 13609448


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127 WEST ST Great location, close to schools, very spacious home with plenty of character intact. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, newer furnace, plumbing & wiring updated, vinyl windows, potential for an in-law suite, with a little bit of work this will be an amazing home. MLS 13609300 $146,500.

72 COUNTY RD. 17 Mint 3+1 bedroom bungalow minutes from Napanee or 401 backs onto Cataraqui Trail. Makes for excellent skidoo or 4 wheeling family fun. Open concept bungalow new flooring throughout, newly renovated bathrooms, fully finished lower level with spacious rec room, 4th bedroom with ensuite, french doors from lower level to backyard. New deck off the large eat-in kitchen. Call before it’s too late. MLS 13608747 $219,000.

Wow is what you will say when you walk through the door of this mint home on the water. The exterior of this home is like a high end resort with the new inground pool with lighting, the hot tub, the massive entertaining decks all overlooking the lake and total privacy, plus a detached double car garage to store your boat for the winter. The interior of this 4 year old home features open concept kitchen and family room, granite counters, huge master bedroom with ensuite and in floor heating, fully finished lower level with walkout to large patio.This home is ICF from ground to roof which makes it very economical to heat. Only 20 minutes to Kingston. $405,000. MLS 13605161

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Stunning Stone Home, Mint Condition With Exposed Beams, Wide Plank Original Pine Flooring, Original Large Baseboards, Crown Moldings, Dining Room Large Enough To Sit The Whole Family For Thansgiving Dinner. Master Bedroom Features His And Hers Closets, Skylights And Ensuite, Main Bath Features Claw Foot Tub, Glassed In Seperate Shower. Two Propane Fireplaces, Many Built In Cabinets. Updated Wiring, Plumbing, Heating, Steel Roof Central Air & Vac. Detached Triple Car Garage With 1000 Ft. Loft Above Would Make An Excellent Games Room. This Would Make A Great Place For A Home Based Business. $294,000. MLS 13606972

New bungalow with double car garage within a one minute walk to the boat ramp and the world renowned fishing on the Bay of Quinte. This open concept bungalow features a large island in the kitchen, spacious bathroom with a jacuzzi tub for two. Lower level is completely finished with large rec room, bathroom, and a third bedroom.$279,000. (EX3191) MLS 13603971

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356 MAIN ST., DESERONTO 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. $99,900. (EX3369) MLS 13608915

164 MILL ST., DESERONTO 141 BRIDGE ST. E. 3 bedroom Victorian brick home located across from Older 3 bedroom home in Deseronto. Well kept home with nice decor and updates. Fully fenced rear yard. All park. Updated windows, roof, furnace, central air, and rear yard is fenced. $169,000. (EX3328) MLS 13608094 appliances are included in asking price. $119,000. (EX3124) MLS 13602043

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331 PALACE RD. 2 bedroom bungalow, large living room and extra large eat-in kitchen. Main floor laundry. Extra large town lot. Roof, furnace and windows updated. Being sold “as is.” New roof 2003, new furnace 2004, windows 2009. $109,000. (EX3126) MLS 13602204

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T O M O R R OW ! 7 CENTRE ST., UNIT 303 Exquisite interior design highlights this one-of-a-kind penthouse condo on Napanee's waterfront. Overlooking the harbour and steps from boardwalk to the historic falls. Walk to downtown amenities including nicely opened boutiques and sidewalk cafés or a stroll through the waterfront park. 24 hours notice for all showings. A must see home!!! $239,000. MLS (EX3217) 13604865

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VYAS VILLAS NAPANEE Walk along Napanee’s newest river boardwalk out your front door. Main floor condo in Vyas Villas - bright eastern exposure, view of river, includes appliances, 1 year old economical heat pump. Call listing agent for costs and details. $184,900. (EX3363) MLS 13608795

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2289 MORVEN CRES. Enjoy country living on quiet Morven Cres. just minutes from Napanee and easy access to 401 and Kingston. Beautifully maintained bungalow with 1980 sq. ft. of living space and full unfinished basement. Hardwood floors, sunken living room with stone fireplace. Open concept overlooking inground pool in back yard. Many upgrades. Shows immaculate! $289,900. (EX3294) MLS 13606981

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Greater Napanee weighs in on turbine issue October 2013 n A standing-room-only crowd turned out to a public meeting regarding wind turbines, demanding answers from council. How property owners would be compensated and how Gilead’s Dorland Wind Energy project could be stopped were some of the questions raised. A petition with more than 900 signatures was presented at the meeting. Greater Napanee Councillor Mike Schenk put forth a motion to state that the municipality was an unwilling host — though it was noted that whether or not the town is a willing host will not be the deciding factor as to whether or not the project is approved. The motion would ultimately get

unanimous support from council. “I think the turbines are an industrial application in a residential/agricultural situation,” said Councillor Shaune Lucas. “I don’t think we would put a big box store in the downtown community and I don’t think we’d put a high-rise in a neighbourhood. I don’t think these are appropriate items in the location.” n The Ontario Municipal Board sided with Stone Mills council, allowing the municipality to move to an at-large voting system. The issue was brought to the OMB after council voted to adopt an at-large voting system in April of 2013, which was opposed by a group of concerned citizens. They argued that council did not follow due

process in passing their bylaw but were unsuccessful. n The case against a Tyendinaga man charged with attempted murder was moved to Superior Court. That was determined at a preliminary hearing held in Napanee. Charged is Jayson Scott in connection to a break and enter altercation that happened on July 8. One man was severely beaten and rushed to the hospital after the incident. n Lennox and Addington County General Hospital was awarded an ‘exemplary’ facility status by Accreditation Canada. A banner was raised in the hospital’s main entry to celebrate the achievement. The hospital also announced it would be providing 22 beds for convales-

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loss to Picton in early November. n Agricultural severances would now be restricted in Greater Napanee after council approved an official plan amendment put forward by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. Council, however, didn’t pass the motion before expressing some misgivings regarding the changes. Council members were advised by staff that attempts to challenge the provincially-mandated change would be fruitless. n Richard De Wolfe, an artist based out of Odessa, created a painting that would be featured on the Royal Canadian Mint’s new $20 silver coin. n A new plaque was erected for Lieutenant-Colonel Edwin Albert Baker, which can now be viewed at a park along the water at Parrott’s Bay. Baker is the founder of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. n Napanee hosted its firstever ‘Dancing with the Stars’ event, which included Greater Napanee Mayor Gord Schermerhorn. The event was able to raise over $10,000 for the Lennox and Addington’s OSPCA. n Alysha Burriss played the role of hockey hero for Ontario Blue at the U18 National Women’s Championships in Alberta, helping her team win silver. The Napanee native scored twice in Ontario Blues’s 3-1 semifinal win over the host Alberta team.

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n A three-goal outburst in the final 10 minutes of a Deseronto Storm game against Campbellford brought the game to a shocking 7-6 overtime win in early November. n Federal funding for a $20.8 million water treatment plant was approved for central Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory; the project will provide drinking water for 66 homes and several public buildings. The project is expected to be completed by late 2015 and will be located at the intersection of Norway Road and Ridge Road, with underground pipes to the Bay of Quinte. n Napanee’s Big Bright Lights Show was launched, with the display extended down three blocks on Dundas Street. n Stone Mills council debated what to do with a property development that was improperly developed property on Beaver Lake and whether it should receive proper rezoning. The property is located on Neville’s Point Rd. A number of concerned members of the public were opposed to the development, which included eight small structures and other servicing infrastructure. n The Centreville General Store reopened after several years. The new owners now offer take-out food, lunch foods, a morning coffee shop and antiques. n The Kim Pollard Band won their second invitation to compete in the international blues festival in Memphis in late January. n The Napanee Raiders broke their losing streak on home ice and win against the Amherstview Jets. n Deseronto Storm won their first home team win in almost a year against the Port Hope Panthers. n Greater Napanee council and staff held its first budget meeting for 2014, which highlighted municipal and government grants, restrictions with the discontinuation of some grants in the future, and overall projecting budgeting costs. Some major areas of concern were hydro expenses and policing costs. n The historic Ham House in Bath was undergoing major restorations with the hopes to open the house up into a pub next year. Markings on the house date back to as early as 1795.

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Eight is (more than) enough for the Raiders Napanee keeps slim playoff hopes alive with 8-2 victory BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

athematically speaking, Tuesday’s home date with the Port Hope Panthers wasn't a must win for the Napanee Raiders- but it was pretty darn close. The home team responded with a convincing 8-2 victory to keep their waning playoff hopes alive. Hopes that took a huge hit on Friday when they dropped a 5-3 decision to the same Campbellford Rebels they are desperately trying to catch in the standings. With the split in their last two games the Raiders now sit seven points back (31 to 24) of the final playoff spot with 11 games left. The Rebels hold a game in hand. “Every game is vitally important and we need two points every time we’re on the ice,” Raiders head coach Mike Hartwick said following Tuesday’s win. “We just expect that we get a consistent work effort every night and nights that we don’t get it is generally when we don’t get two points.” Zach Knapp-Hermer started the eight goal onslaught with the game’s first tally just a minute and a half into the game.

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Picton’s Kenny Murduff fires a shot from point blank range on Picton’s Brock Tufts during Saturday’s game. This was one of the few shots that didn’t go in during Picton’s lopsided 10-0 victory.

Deseronto Storm trampled by Empire B League’s best Pirates, Jets combine to outscore Storm 18-0

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ometimes the underdogs don’t make a miraculous Hollywood ending type comeback and overthrow the heavily favoured opponent. Such was the case for the last place Deseronto Storm this weekend, who were heavily battered in back-to-back 10-0 and 8-0 losses to Picton and Amherstview. James D’Andrea, making his first start of the year for the hometown Jets, recored the shutout in Sunday's game, turning away 29 shots. Andrew Fullarton and Brett Yake lead the offense with two goals while Cody Stapley, Cassidy Bruni, Josh Leblanc and Jordan Howe each had singles. The Jets were 1-5 on the man advantage while the Storm failed to score on five chances of their own. Prior to D’Andrea’s start the Jets had turned to Troy Paquette to defend their goalline, starting the team’s first 28 games. He has a record of 15-11-1-1 in those games. The previous night at home against the Pirates it was a very similar story for the Storm, who were outshot 79-26 in the doubledigit loss. Deseronto managed to

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contain the first place Pirates for 12:27 of the game before Geoff Cleminson beat Brock Tufts to open the scoring. Clint Aussprung added another in the final seconds of the first. Picton seemed to warm up once the second period got underway as Steve Clarke pushed the lead to 3-0 at the 6:24 mark. That goal opened the floodgates as Brian Bunnett, Taylor Brown and Chris Jones followed up with goals of their own, all within an 11 minute span. The onslaught continued into the third as Jack Davidson potted two and Bunnett and Jones had one each. Jones’ second goal, and the last of the game, was the only power-play opportunity Picton converted on four chances. Deseronto had two chances. Andrew Pearson notched the shutout, his fifth of the year. Though the losses were nothing new for the Storm, who are now 3-25 on the year, they were quite significant for their opponents. With Sunday’s win the Jets moved back into sole possession of second place in the Empire B League with a 16-11-1-1 record. Their 34 points are two better than the 14-9-04 Port Hope Panthers and

three better than the 1411-1-2 Campbellford Rebels. As for the Pirates, who have all but sewed up the top seed, the win brings them one step closer to league history. Now at 281-1, they are still in position to best the all-time regular season point high of 74 points, set by the 2008 Napanee Raiders. Picton, currently with 57 points, has 10 games remaining. The Pirates haven’t lost since a 2-1 overtime defeat at the hands of the Rebels back on Nov. 15, a span of 12 games. The near opposite is true of the Storm, who haven’t won since Nov. 16, a span of 11 games. They'll look to snap the streak tomorrow night when they host the Rebels. Puck drop is 7:30 p.m. They’re still searching for at least one more win to better their debut season’s record of 337. With their latest losses the Storm were officially eliminated from the playoff chase. They have just 12 games remaining and are 25 points out of fourth. The Storm could still potentially move into fifth in the standings, though it remains a long shot. They trail their closest rivals the Napanee Raiders by a full 18 points.

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Napanee’s Troy Wylie moves the puck into Panthers territory as Mitch Buurkitt applies pressure. Austin Boulard and Kyle Murphy chipped in with goals of their own before the close of the first. Port Hope mounted a mini-rally in the second as Jacob Spicer and Mike Smith potted goals to cut the lead to 4-2. The comeback bid was short lived however as Boulard and Tyler Romain responded with goals of their own before Bud Norris accumulated two in less than a minute to ice the win. Josh Lasher made 22 saves to secure the victory. “It’s probably our most

physical game we played all year,” said Hartwick, noting that increased traffic in front of the net translated into a crooked number on the scoreboard. “Josh Murphy’s line was very consistent, Bud Norris had a good game and our D played well. We’re going to keep building and we’re going to keep playing physical.” Against the Rebels in Friday’s critical game the Raiders had a strong start but couldn’t finish.

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Bantam Crunch Claims Gold In Belleville

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Napanee’s Bantam Crunch emerged as winners at the Belleville Bearcats tournament this weekend. The team is made up of (back l to r):Brooklyn Benn, Rayanne West, Maddy Marlow, Carley Reid, Adele Frink, Allison Hannah, Megan McKee, Meaghan Wright, Karley Wood Murphy, (middle from left): Lily Gillingham, Kiana Lovelace, Ashlee Couvreur, (front): Sara Kennedy. For more on the Crunch, see page 22.


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Bantam Crunch best Cornwall to clinch Bearcats tourney Beaver Sports

he Napanee Bantam B Crunch girls also attended the Belleville Bearcats Annual New Year Classic Tournament this past weekend, doubling up Cornwall 4-2 in the finals to claim gold. On Friday, they started the weekend with a 2-0 win against the same Cornwall Typhoons they'd meet in the finals. With two games to play on Saturday, the girls took things a little too easy and were shut out in both of their games, 1-0 against the Kemptville Storm and 2-0 against the Brockville Angels. Despite their record of 1 win and 2 losses, the team squeaked by the Belleville Bearcats with their goals against average to earn a fourth place finish in the standings and a trip to the semi -finals on Sunday morning. Once

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again facing the Brockville Angels, the Napanee girls came out hard in the first and scored two quick goals in the first half of the period. That was all they needed to gain the momentum and confidence they needed to go all the way. They wrapped up that game with an empty netter. With the 3-0 victory, they earned a trip to the gold medal game on Sunday afternoon, where they once again handled Cornwall with a 4-2 win. In the final game, every member of the team gave 100 per cent effort. Points were earned by every Napanee Crunch player in this tournament, and Sara Kennedy was outstanding in net, earning two shutouts. n The Atom Crunch girls also attended the Belleville Bearcats annual tournament this past weekend where they missed out on gold by a mere second.

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Sara Kennedy is goalie for the Napanee Bantam B Crunch. This past weekend she helped her team to a gold medal finish at the Belleville Bearcats Tournament, earning two shutouts along the way. In the final game she preserved a slim 4-2 lead over the Cornwall Typhoons.

Coming out of round robin play with a win, a tie and a loss, the Crunch ended up third place overall to secure a spot in semi-final play. Up against season rivals Kingston Ice Wolves, the Napanee girls came out with fierce determination and never stopped, ending the third period with a 2-2 tie – goal scorers were Saige Pearson assisted by Heidi Rogers and Nikki Weese while Rogers had the other with assists from Leah Carscallen and Pearson . A scoreless five minute overtime left the decision up to a shootout, after three shooters the score remained tied, having to pick the fourth shooter the Crunch were ultimately able to come out on top with Makenna Marlow strong between the pipes trapping a high body shot. Advancing to the finals the Crunch found themselves down by two against Nepean Wildcats early into the second period, persevering they were able to tie it up 2-2 late in the third period with goals scored by Anna Baker unassisted and Pearson assisted by Carscallen. Marlow was again stellar in net. The Wildcats squeaked one past with one second left in the game to give them the win. Coming out with a silver medal the coaching staff and girls are very proud of their effort and determination this weekend. n The Moore 5/Stone Mills Construction Novice Crunch had an exciting weekend in the Kingston Ice Wolves hockey tournament this past weekend, losing in heart-breaking fashion in the semifinals. The girls began Friday with a 9-1 victory over the Kanata Rangers with goals coming from Kristen Sutton (three), Abby Kish (two), Jaidyn Manion (two) with singles from Lila Pringle and Sarah Marshall. Assists went to Stella Sutton on Kish’s second goal and Manion on Marshall’s goal. In their next game, the Crunch faced The Oakville Tigers and had another decided victory of 8-0 with Keyra Herrington posting

a shutout. The goal scorers in that game were Kristen Sutton (three), Pringle (three), Abby Kish and Harper Ballance. The assists in the game went to Claire McConnell (three), McCaw (two), Pringle and Kish. In their next opponent the girls faced the Joanisse Lightning. The Crunch played to a 4-1 victory in a very good game. Scorers in that game were Kristen Sutton (two), Pringle and Molly Dafoe. Assists went to Stella Sutton and Ballance. Their perfect record allowed them to win their pool and earn a match up with the Cumberland Dragons in the quarterfinal. In a back and forth game, the Crunch scored two late, third period goals to take the victory in an exciting 8-7 win. Goals in the game went to Kristen Sutton and Molly Dafoe with three each and one each from Pringle Kish and assists going to Kish (two), Dafoe (two), Grace Hughes (two), Stella Sutton (two), Ballance (two), Pringle, Kristen Sutton, McCaw, Marshall, McConnell and Manion. The Crunch moved on to the semifinals, matching up against Oakville. The Crunch ran into a hot goaltender and could not seem to get a break around the net in an anxiety-filled game. With no scoring through three periods and nothing in the three minute OT, the game went to a shootout. After three rounds of shooters the goalies were still perfect but in the fourth round, the Oakville shooter got one passed Herrington and the Crunch shooter was stopped in a heartbreaking loss for the girls. For the Moore 5/Stone Mills Construction Novice Crunch hockey team, this was their second tournament of the year. In their first tournament, hosted by the Durham West Lightning, the girls finished first overall taking home the gold. n The end of the regular season is looming, and several Stars teams are trying to eke out those last few points to inch up in the

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nated Kingston 7-1, and Ajax 6-1 in important road games, moving them into sixth place in the standings, as of this writing, with three games remaining. They finish the regular season at home on Sunday at 1 p.m. facing Oshawa. n The Boyd Electric Peewees travelled to Uxbridge on Saturday, and returned with two points in a 3-0 shutout of their opponents. Ryan Kirkpatrick had a pair, and defenseman Keegan Makpah added a single. They travel to Whitby and Cobourg Friday and Saturday before ending the schedule Sunday at 4 p.m. home to Cobourg. n The Napanee Giant Tiger Minor Peewee Stars played host to the Port Perry Predators last Sunday, and their guests doubled up on them 8-4 at the SPC. Scoring for the locals were Zach Doyle (two), Alex Pym-Robichaud, and Ethan Joe. Russell Rogers (two), Aidan Joe, Tristan Shelley, Ethan Joe (two), and Pym-Robichaud earned assists. They end their regular season with a flurry of activity with home games tonight facing Quinte West, on Friday against Whitby Blue, and then, two with Clarington. n The Napanee Exit Realty Minor Bantams picked up an important two points on a stormy Sunday night in Peterborough beating the Petes 3-1. All the goal scoring occurred in the second period. With the Stars on the power play, Brendan Hagerman walked out from behind the net for a shot, and Michael Lloyd put away the rebound. Minutes later, Kyle Weese’s high shot from the point found its way to the back of the net. Steven Shea, on the penalty kill, took a oneon-one to the net on a fine rush, and the trailer on the play, Eli Brown, netted the rebound to make it 3-0. The Petes got one back, but Liam Boyd shut the door in net the rest of the way. The Stars had the edge in play out-shooting their opponents 27-12. Their next game is at home Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. to host Whitby White.

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standings, where only the top eight teams will earn an OMHA playoff berth. Some Midget teams will begin playoffs this weekend, and most of the rest start after Sunday’s final action. Several teams have busier schedules as a result of recent weather cancellations. n The Napanee Country Traditions Novice A Stars controlled all phases of the game on their way to a dominating 21-0 win over the Ajax Knights at the SPC in Napanee. Scoring for Napanee were, Captain Cal Uens (five), Spencer Cranley (five), Nolan Fox (two), Carter McKee (two), Brody Beaubien (two), Ben Buxton (two), Will Myers and Stars regular goaltender Jacob Brown who played right wing in this game had two goals. Assists went to Uens (four), Cranley (five), Taylor Gilmour (three), Jack Madden (three), Fox (two), McKee, Ty Kemp, and Gavin Brooks. Napanee Stars regular defenseman Lukas Hannah stood tall between the pipes for the shutout. The Novice Stars were also home to the Clarington Toros. Once again the Stars dictated play throughout the game for a merciful 8-0 win. Scoring for Napanee were Cranley (three), Gilmour (two), Uens (two) and McKee. Assists went to McKee (four), Cranley (2), Hannah and Beaubien. Brown was back in goal for the shutout. n The McDougall Insurance Novice AE's came out strong on Saturday against the second place Whitby Wildcats after having a two-week break for Christmas holidays. Daniel Chase started off Napanee's scoring in the first period. Then with the team’s second goal, Nolan Cardinal one timed it in front of the net with assists going to Duncan Clarke and Ethan Boutilier. Aiden Vallier had an outstanding game against the strong squad even though they fell short. n The Spuds Griddle Atom squad won two games last weekend in their bid for a playoff spot. They domi-

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8n ford tractor with grader blade and tire chains, $3,800 firm. Call 613-476-7212. HoArd’s livesTocK auction every Tuesday, For marketing and trucking information, call Murray Jackson, 613-354-6713. Horse HAy, 1st and 2nd cut, straw and whole oats. Call 613-354-2406. sprAy pAinTing, screwnailing steel roofs, 5” and 6” seamless eavestroughs, gutter guard installed or delivered, free estimates. 1-877-490-9914. used TrAcTor tire chains, different sizes. Call 613-476-7212. WoodloT oWners. We buy standing timber logs, hardwood and soft, firewood and pulp. Free evaluation and dollar estimate, over 30 years of proven service in the area. Call collect, 613-358-2370.

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cArs And trucks wanted for scrap or recycling, we buy scrap metals, free pickup or you bring in. Dan, 613-929-7572. We also sell auto parts and tires.

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deseronTo, 1 bedroom house apartment, ground floor, downtown, suitable for senior or single person, appliances, utilities included, nonsmoking, no pets, application required, $775, available immediately, excellent unit. 613-539-4847. deseronTo, 2 bedroom duplex, deck, large shared back yard, laundry hookup, appliances included, excellent condition, nonsmoking, no pets, $875 plus utilities. Call or text 613-539-4847. lArge TWo bedroom apartment with balcony, laundry and superintendent on site, near river and park, available February 15th, $730 plus hydro. Call Joe, 613-354-8185. nApAnee, 1 bedroom apartment, downtown, excellent condition, unique location, fridge/stove, air conditioning, washer/dryer hookup, utilities included, suitable for single person or couple, non-smoking, no pets, references required, available immediately. Call or text 613-5394847. one bedroom apartment with balcony, laundry and superintendent on site, controlled entry, near river and park, $730, available immediately. Call Joe, 613-354-8185. one bedroom in the Campbell House, handicap accessible, secure, $885 includes utilities, appliances, central air, satellite (200 channels), WiFi, parking, coin laundry, elevator, quiet building with lots of seniors, available immediately. 613-532-3672. single WomAn looking for a mature female roommate in waterfront home, 1 bedroom, own bathroom with jacuzzi, shared laundry, gourmet kitchen, 3 season room overlooking water, $600 plus hydro, lots of parking. 613-331-1417. smAll bAcHelor apartment with separate bedroom, $575 plus hydro. Call 613-354-6186. spAcious 1 bedroom apartment, downtown Napanee, above retail store, suitable for single person, smoke free, no pets, parking offsite, first/last rent required and references, $830 all inclusive. 613-352-5162 or 613-876-1677. THree bedroom duplex, renovated, 2 car parking, master with 2 piece ensuite, laundry room, covered porch, large private back yard, $1,000 plus utilities, approximately $300. 613-331-1417. THree bedroom house in Selby, available now, $895 plus utilities. Call 613-561-4953.

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sTreAm side spacious 9 room, close to Napanee, home, delightful big spacious rooms, huge partly treed lot on Big Creek, $179,000, possession or closing could be early spring. Call Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. 613-273-5000.

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AsHley’s Home Services, weekly, bi-weekly or one time cleaning jobs, laundry, water plants, meal delivery/preparation, grocery shopping, stock fridge, schedule appointments, run errands, shop for/wrap gifts, yard work. Call today! 613-449-1317. www.ashleyshomeservices.com/ bicycle repAirs, small engine maintenance and handy man services, on site when preferred. Call 613-354-2486. residenTiAl snoW clearing, 40 hp tractor with plow and loader for large drives, 9 hp snow thrower for smaller drives. Sgt. Major Ent. Brad Graham, 613-354-6857. We cleAn homes, offices, windows and carpets, free estimates. Call 613-396-5258 or 613-4835290.

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CARDS OF THANKS

I would sincerely like to take the opportunity to thank each and everyone for the cards, gifts, food, flowers, phone calls and visits while in hospital and since returning home, Kelly for care and concern, who spent the first four days and nights with me, also a week spent at her home with family, Catherine my laundry lady, Wes who has taken over household chores and caring for me, Dr. Payne, Dr. Brown, Dr. Hamilton and nursing staff at Kingston General Hospital. Words cannot express my gratitude. Wishing everyone a healthy, happy, prosperous New Year. Joyce King.

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A 911 call at 3am Sunday, December 15, 2013 reported a house fire at 2307 Sharpe Road. As fire departments responded from Napanee, Bath and Odessa to the old farm house in Morven and as family members arrived, it was obvious that no one had escaped the tragic blaze at the Miller Family homestead in Morven. Family members and neighbours were stunned as they watched the blazing inferno and knowing that inside the house Sylvia Mae Miller (Henderson) 79 and sons Glenn Harold Miller (61) and Gordon Roy Miller (57) had perished. Sitting in Garold’s house in the early morning hours, it was mentioned that it was uncertain as to money available for funeral costs because there was no house or life insurance. Unknown to the family, this prompted neighbours, David and Margaret Copeland, to set up the Miller Family Fire Trust Fund at the Royal Banks in Belleville, Napanee and Odessa. It was amazing the outpouring of financial support into the Fire Fund from friends, family, and kindhearted strangers for funeral costs. One other special friend, Sharon Grant, canvassed the neighbours from Morven to Violet for donations and also provided several meals. This money will also be used for funeral costs. Noting the kindness shown by the neighbours mentioned above is not to take away from the actions of countless others. The firefighters and police officers on the site from the early hours on that cold Sunday morning and for several days after. Also, our cousins who went to be with the mother of Sylvia Miller, her mother Christine Henderson in Odessa as news was being made available. To countless friends, pastors, church friends who brought meals, offered help and to the prayer warriors who offered prayers on behalf of the Millers and extended families. Pastors Alvin Lasher, Ivan and Anne Langdon and Lisa Holden who were involved in the Memorial Service. The floral tributes, cards and donations given in Sylvia, Glenn and Gordon’s names will be remembered. Also to Phil, Brian and Doug Smith for singing the lovely songs at the Service. To Sandy and David for the picture PowerPoint presentation showing the lives of Sylvia, Glenn and Gordon. To the Wartman Funeral Home in Napanee for being very helpful and supportive at a difficult time. To staff at the Bank of Nova Scotia, Martin’s Bus Line, Anything Electric, Murray Kennelly, Craig Copeland and the Copeland family, Jamie Henderson-Todd, Tom Jamieson, Paul Denyes, Doug Moreland, Nick Henderson-Todd, Tyler and Jess Edmunds, Mike Guernsey, Chris Lyman and many others, thank you. Sylvia, Gordon and Glenn were simple people, but would be astounded by the turnout of friends and strangers who came out to the Wakes and Memorial Service in spite of the terrible weather. Heaven is nice this time of year, no snow or cold and a lovely view. Forever remembered by Christine Henderson, the Miller Family, Crouse Family, Lyman Family, Smith Family, Babcock Family and Henderson-Todd Family.


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On December 5, 2013 at approximately 10:40am, we were travelling on Old Highway 2. Due to a medical emergency, we were involved in a single car accident, hitting a hydro pole. Thanks to the hydro worker who stopped and provided comfort and reassurance to the driver. Thanks to the mother and son who called 911 and our family to alert them of the accident. Thanks to Lennox and Addington ER for the stellar care we received. A special thanks from mom to our kids for all their help while dad was hospitalized. God Bless. Jack and Marg Stewart.

MEMORIAMS

BARNARD - Mary, December 25, 2009. You can shed tears that she is gone, Or you can smile because she has lived, You can close your eyes and pray That she’ll come back, Or you can open your eyes And see all she’s left, Your heart can be empty Because you can’t see her, Or you can be full of the love you shared, You can remember her only That she is gone, Or you can cherish her memory And let it live on, Or you can do what she’d want, Smile, open your eyes, love and go on. Pam, Jim and Marg.

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ERWIN BRYANTON January 12, 2010

I thought of you today But that is nothing new, I thought about you yesterday And days before that, too. I think of you in silence, I often speak you name, All I have are memories And your picture in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake From which I’ll never part, God has you in His arms, I have you in my heart. Always in our hearts, son Darryl, daughter-in-law Melissa, grandkids, Brock, Gage and Rumer.

GRASS - In memory of my wife Leva, who passed away January 14, 1997. In a little country graveyard Where the gentle breezes blow, Lies the one I loved so dearly, Whom I lost 17 years ago. Lovingly remembered by husband Harold. HAGGERTY - In loving memory of a wonderful father and grandfather, John, who passed away January 14, 2013. Gone are the days we used to share, But in our hearts you’re always there, Never more than a thought away, Loved and remembered every day. Loved and missed by son Vern, daughter-in-law Penny and grandson Benjamin. HAGGERTY - In memory of a loving husband, grandfather and great-grandfather, John, who passed away January 14, 2013. Silent thoughts of times together Hold many memories, Each time we look at your picture, You seem to smile and say, “Don’t be sad but courage take And love each other for my sake”. Loved and forever in our hearts, your wife Nina and sons, Gerald, Vernon, Daniel and families. STIMPSON - In loving memory of our parents, Betty, who passed away January 28, 2003 and Tom on January 8, 1989. Time takes away the edge of grief, But memory turns back every leaf, We who loved them sadly miss them, But trust in God to meet again. Forever in our hearts.

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We gratefully acknowledge the generous donations made during the month of DECEMBER 2013 by family and friends. In Memory of:

Helen Austin Warren Gear Dorothy Campbell Gerald Haycock Cindy Clayton Phyllis Johnston Gwen Ferguson Sadie Johnston Carole Frizzell Roy Cecil Rogers Special remembrances have also been made in honour of: Wm. Alfred Butler (Jan 26, 2004) Edward James Butler (Jan 29, 2000) Dale Clarke (July 21, 2006) Robert C. Cook (Jan 23, 2013) Robert G. Fern, Sr. (Jan 4, 1980) Laverne Grant (Dec 15, 2002) John Haggerty (Jan 14, 2013) Jim Hawkins David William Huffman (Aug 3, 2003) Dr. Carl Jarvis (Jan 31, 2000) Maurice Legris (Jan 24, 1996) Hilda Loucks-Phipps Harvey Mutch (Jan 17, 1992) Thelma Nugent (Jan 11, 2002) Helen Pennell (Jan 22, 2012) Louise Porter (Dec 18, 2008) Donald R. Reid (Jan 29, 2006) Mary Ellen Russell (Dec 13, 2005) Susan Smith Simpson Gary Snider (Jan 24, 1999) Bert Stinson (Jan 27, 2006) Mary Ellen Vinkle McCambridge (June 6, 2013)

Donations made in memory of individuals help fund medical equipment at Lennox & Addington County General Hospital. You may arrange your donation by phone 613-354-3301 ext. 400 using Visa or MasterCard or at the Funeral Home, or mail cheque with memoriam name included along with notification address to L & A County General Hospital Foundation 8 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee, Ontario K7R 2Z4 Charitable # 890597842 RR0001

DEATHS

AKEY, Lawson “Larry”

Of Deseronto, passed away peacefully at the Kingston General Hospital, with his family by his side, on Sunday, January 5, 2014, in his 86th year. Loving husband of 60 wonderful years to Violet (nee Delyea). Dear father of Wanda (William) Snider of Roblin; Wayne (Faye) Akey of Northbrook; Wendy Akey of Northbrook and Wesley (Tina) Akey of Belleville. Grampa will be missed and always cherished in the hearts of his many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Larry is predeceased by his parents George and Rose Akey and his daughter Wilma Deshane on December 2, 2013. He will be sadly missed by his son-in-law Bob Deshane. Fondly remembered by his brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and many friends. The family will receive friends at the Milestone Funeral Center, 11928 Highway 41, Northbrook, Ontario KOH 2GO (613-336-6873) for a Memorial Reception on Saturday, Janaury 11, 2014 from 11am-2pm. Burial of the urn will take place at a later date. Friends desiring may contribute in Larry’s memory to the charity of your choice.

BATT, Edith Mary

Peacefully on Monday, December 30, 2013 at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee, in her 98th year, daughter of the late William and Helen Higgins. Cherished mother of Chris (Sharon) Batt and Geoffery (Jacky) Batt. Edith will always be remembered by her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, her sister Gertrude Gosling and her nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her siblings, Ellen Mallard, William Higgins, Joseph Higgins and Lillian Coles. In keeping with the wishes of Edith, cremation has taken place. Family and friends will be received at the McGlade Funeral Home, 78 Centre Street, Deseronto, Ontario (613-396-2310) on Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 11am to Celebrate the Life of Edith Batt. Interment to take place at a later date in Cataraqui Cemetery. For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to the U.H.K.F. Cancer Clinic or the Heart & Stroke Foundation in memory of Edith. Online condolences may be made at www.mcgladefuneralhome.com

DEATHS

DALEY, Becky

Becky Daley, affectionately known as the “Queen”, gave her last “royal wave” on January 3, 2014. She is survived by her husband of 46 years, John, and her daughters Sarah (Paul Martin) and Megan (Missy Verdoliva). Known as “Gi” to her grandchildren, Reid and Alex, she loved her “darlings” dearly. She was a woman of incredible strength who never hesitated to “tell it like it is”. Over her 24 year teaching career she won over even the most difficult students with her wit, charm and her ability to make French fun. During her retirement she used her talents to create beauty in the form of gardens, paintings and quilts. The Unger Island Queen now reigns over a different realm; somewhere with palm trees, a white sandy beach, a good book and a cold gin and tonic. Friends and family are invited to attend the “Unger Island Queen’s Jubilee” on Saturday, January 11th at 1pm at the Deseronto Legion Branch 280, located at 340 Main Street, Deseronto. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Deseronto Cemetery. The donations collected will help beautify the newly opened Columbarium. Online condolences may be made at www.mcgladefuneralhome.com. In care of the McGlade Funeral Home, 78 Centre Street, Deseronto, Ontario (613-396-2310).

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ELLIOTT, Carmel Marion (nee Corcoran)

Passed peacefully on December 26, 2013, surrounded by her children and grandchildren. Carmel Corcoran, in her 96th year, beloved wife of the late Errett. Loving mother of Robert (Linda), Terry (Jean), Allan (Laurie), Marsha (Neil), Charmayne (Mervyn), Jerry (Sue) and her special angel Marlene. Cherished grandmother of Brent (Alexe), Marty (Tracy), Erin (John), Martha (Dave), Alison (Carlo), Ben, Erica (Aaron), Jamie, Jerrett (Michelle), Zachary, Fern Joyner and her 8 great-grandchildren, Kayla, Dawson, Hannah, Maya, Isabela, Pierce, Sofia and Mateo. Will be missed by sistersin-law, Norma, Elva and Glenna. Predeceased by her siblings, Gerrard, Patricia, Gordon, Margaret, Bill, Walter, Kay, Joe and Aileen. Sadly missed by her lifelong friend Terry Haw, she will be dearly missed by numerous nieces, nephews, friends and family. The family received friends at the Paul G. Payne Funeral Home, Main Street, Odessa (613-386-7373) on Friday, January 3rd from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Mass of Christian Burial was held on Saturday, January 4th at 1pm from St. Paul the Apostle Church, 1111 Taylor Kidd Blvd. Kingston, Rev. Fr. L. Byrne officiated. Rite of Committal with prayers at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Odessa. As expressions of sympathy, the family would appreciate donations to St. Mary’s Cemetery Association, Odessa. A special appreciation is extended to all the staff of Providence Manor for all the wonderful care she received and to the doctors and nurses at Kingston General Hospital especially Dr. Damon Dagnone for his compassionate care. Online condolences at www.paynefuneralhome.com

GOODBERRY, Marian

(nee Wallace) On Friday, December 27, 2013 Marian Goodberry (nee Wallace), known as ‘Gypsy Witch of Wallace Rd’ departed this world to join her beloved Charles on the Heavenly dance floor, leaving their only child Connie Carmell. Special gratitude to Dr. Reade and family for their years of caring friendship. Special thank you to the staff at the Riverine in Napanee for their quality care during her stay, also appreciation to the Lennox and Addington Emergency Staff. Cremation has taken place at my mother’s request including no Service. For those who wish, donations in her memory to Lennox and Addington Hospital would please her. In the care of Trousdale Funeral Home, 4374 Mill Street, Sydenham, Ontario KOH 2TO (613-376-3022). www.trousdalefuneralhome.com

HICKS, Roland Sylvester

LAJOIE, Pauline Mary

(nee McCormick) 1922 - 2014 Daughter of the late Stella Flynn and Charles McCormick, passed away peacefully at The John M. Parrott Centre, after a brief illness, on Wednesday, January 1, 2014. Pauline was predeceased by her husband Steven Lajoie and daughter Shirley Partridge. She is also predeceased by her sisters, Margaret and Mary and by her brothers, Adrian, Gerald and Michael. Loving mother of Larry (Cathy) Lajoie of Barrie; Don (Ann) Lajoie of Bath; Pat (Neal) Kearney of Newmarket and mother-in-law of Lee Partridge of Barrie. Proud grandmother of Leanne McLean, Erin Owen, David Partridge, Stephen and Philip Lajoie, Amy Lajoie, Abby Gauthier, Don KearneyBourque, Kate Piette and Emily Hutchinson and great-grandmother of 14. Survived by her brother Eugene McCormick of Peterborough. Remembered fondly by many nieces and nephews and their families. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Sunday, from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Mass was held at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, 179 West Street, Napanee on Monday, January 6th at 11am. Interment St. Patrick’s Cemetery with a Reception that followed at the Wartman Funeral Home. Donations by cheque to The John M. Parrott Centre or the Lennox and Addington County Hospital will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Two locations to serve you.

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ROBINSON, John L. “Jack”

Passed away suddenly but peacefully at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital on Sunday, December 29, 2013, in his 84th year, beloved husband of the late Hughena (nee Moore). Dear father of George (Carol Ann) of Kingston; Steven of London; the late Carrie Mida and Brenda Koen (Tim) of Enterprise. Cherished grandfather of Bobby Robinson, Lewis and Craig Robinson, Arielle and David Mida and Bradford, Gus and Molly Koen. Dear brother of Doreen Doupe (Jack) and Lois Oliver (John) of Napanee. Fondly remembered by Sheila File and family. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Thursday from 2pm4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service was held in the Chapel on Friday, January 3, 2014 at 11am. Interment St. Luke’s Cemetery, Camden East. Donations by cheque to the Cancer Society will be remembered with appreciation by the family.

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Passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, on Thursday, January 2, 2014 at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee, in his 85th year. He will be sadly missed by his wife Anita (nee Hebert) and children Roger (Colleen), Clayton (Judy), Donna (Bert), Michael (Debbie), Greg (Linda) and Shawn (Andrea). He will be greatly missed by his 20 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. We are so grateful to the exceptional support provided by the entire staff at The John M. Parrott Centre. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee at 123 Dundas Street West (613-354-3341) on Monday, January 6th from 10am followed by a Service in the Chapel at 11am. Interment Glenhaven Memorial Gardens in Kingston. Memorial donation made to The John M. Parrott Centre would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

DEATHS

SIMPSON, Gertrude “June”

May 30, 1928-January 2, 2014

Beloved wife of the late Donald Simpson. Dear mother of Terry (Marilyn), Brenda Walters (Terry), Sherry Hill (Charles), Bonnie Boomhour (Graeme), Bob (Lynn), Mike (Debbie) and Tony (Trena). Grandmother of Ryan, Jason, Kyle, Shawn, Trevor, Brittany, Evan, Megan, Braden, Breanne and Skylar. Great-grandmother of Chloe, Sophie, Aurora, Emma, Aleana and Reid. Sister of Mabel Shelly (late Donald), Dorothy Bernier (John) and Jim Ruttan (Barb). Fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee at 123 Dundas Street West (613-354-3341) on Tuesday, January 7th from 12pm followed by a Service in the Chapel at 1pm. Interment at Riverview Cemetery in the spring. Memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

VESTERFELT, Doris

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WHITFIELD, Marie

Of Napanee, passed away peacefully on New Year’s Eve in Belleville, Ontario. Marie was born to Hugh and Alice Doyle in Widnes, Lancs England on March 30, 1923. She was predeceased by her husband Fred to whom she was married for over 50 years and her brother Hugh and sister Kathleen. She is survived by her sister Irene (George Dickinson). Fred and Marie Whitfield resided in Napanee and were active in the community giving freely of their time as leaders of the 1st Napanee Cub Pack, director on the local theatre company, active members of the Kingston Austrian International Club and providing assistance to local church groups in Napanee. Marie will be forever cherished and remembered by her three sons, Clive (Alix), Gary and Neil (Anne). She will be held dear in the hearts of her granddaughters, Morgan, Megan, Laura and Kyly and her grandson Brian. Many thanks to the staff at Hastings Manor in Belleville who took such care of Marie in her final weeks. Marie’s life is one to be celebrated. A small Memorial will be held by the family and they thank you for your prayers. Arrangements entrusted to the Robert J. Reid and Sons Funeral Home, Kingston.

DEATHS

Thursday, January 9, 2014

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

At St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital in Kingston on Tuesday, December 24, 2013. Doris Beatrice Vesterfelt, formerly of Napanee, at age 90. Daughter of the late Percy and Beatrice Wells. Beloved wife for 43 years of the late William Vesterfelt and dear sister of Donald Wells of Belleville and Dorothy Taylor (Neville) of Amherstview. Aunt of Sandra (John), Paul (Vivian), Joseph, David (Denise), Mark (Patricia) and fondly remembered by several great-nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her sister Jean Nancarrow, her niece Victoria Taylor and her nephew Donald Wells. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee at 123 Dundas Street West (613-354-3341) on Sunday, December 29th from 2pm-4pm and on Monday, December 30th from 10am followed by a Service in the Chapel at 11am. Interment Riverview Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation or the Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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Thursday, January 9, 2014

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AUCTIONS

SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 2014

AT 10:00 A.M. ANTIQUE AUCTION SALE AT DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Antique roll-top desk, set of pressback chairs, pressback rocker, wicker fernery/ tray, display cabinet, balloon-back chairs, art deco wicker desk, old post cards, few old marbles, large qty. of antique glass including cranberry, depression & carnival, Royal Bayreuth, Fenton, crystal, “Hornby” windup toy locomotive, child’s toy steam tractor, old crocks, Gingerbread clock, mantle clock, hanging lamp, Beswick cat, linens, old framed prints, cheese & butter boxes, old fish tackle & reels, old traps, early farm tools, oars & numerous other pieces coming in daily. Watch the web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

MONDAY, JANUARY 13th AT 1 P.M. AT NAPANEE LIONS HALL

ANTIQUES, MODERN & COLLECTABLES AUCTION SALE Teak dining room suite, oval table with 6 chairs & matching buffet hutch (as new); Rattan set consisting of chesterfield, loveseat, chair & ottoman, coffee & end tables, 2 table lamps, bar & floor lamp, this set is in showroom condition; antique hall hat mirror; china cabinet with bow sides; oak hall storage bench; wash stand; matching loveseat & chair (sandstone); jewellery case; coffee & end tables; other tables & chairs; white IKEA dresser & double bed frame; deacon’s bench; 5x7 and 5x4 area rugs; Luxman stereo, turntable, with 2 HPM 100 Pioneer speakers; wooden floor lamps; 2 hanging stain glass Tiffany type lamps; large wall clock; 2 washboards; assorted old pulleys; cast iron floor grates; 3 wooden apple crates; 4 wooden decoys; brass items; collectable tins; old sheet music; Spiderman lunch pail; Bert & Ernie cookie jar; barrel churn; church pew; hall table; old shelf; wool winder; 4 old dolls (one coloured); Good Selection of China & glass: - splatter glass jug; Ruby; Morano; quantity of blue & white china; Royal Albert, etc.; GI Joe figures; Child’s old kitty car; 3 complete roof top lightening rods; cream can; 2 small oil lamps; magnet screen door; covered wagon lamp; Tools: Jointer planer; belt disc sander; battery charger; 1 hp electric motor; router bit set; buck saw; 80 radio tubes; New 6.5 hp gas motor with bottom shaft; 5 hp Craftsman snow blower with electric start (20" cut); There will be a lot of unknowns - you should try to attend. NO BUYERS PREMIUM - Very Partial Listing VIEWING SALE DAY ONLY - 12 Noon Terms: Cash, Interac, Visa, MasterCard only. Canteen available NEIL LAMBERT, AUCTIONEER Napanee 613-354-3406 e-mail Sally1@KOS.net www.lambertauctions.ca or Napanee Beaver for listing for next sale Scheduled for January 27, 2014 at Napanee Lions Hall

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2014

AT 5:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE AT DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Whirlpool washer & dryer, Apt. size chest freezer, GE portable dishwasher, oak single pedestal kitchen table/2 leaves & 6 arrowback chairs, chrome style kitchen table & chairs, chesterfield, loveseat, assorted chairs, coffee & end tables, arrowback rocker, double bed/box spring & mattress, triple dresser & night table, single bed, chests of drawers, small tables, qty. glass & china including cranberry, milk glass, cups & saucers, plates, figurines etc., linens & bedding, old prints, small shop & garden tools & numerous other pieces. All nice clean items. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

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OH BABY!!! We can’t wait to see the babies born in

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2013! Here’s your opportunity to show off those little ones (just a little). We will be publishing our Annual Showcase of Babies on Thursday, January 23, 2014. Just bring in, or email your baby’s colour picture, along with the information below on or before January 16, 2014! DON’T MISS OUT!

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RAIDERS | tough loss to Rebels CONTINUED FROM PAGE 21 Mitch Pearce gave the team a lead six minutes into the game but they couldn’t built on it. The Rebels scored four unanswered and kept Napanee off the board until the halfway mark of the third. Murphy and Jake Falcao converted on the powerplay to cut the Rebels’ lead to 4-3 but their charge ran out of stream from there. Kyle Copeland took the loss, stopping 29 of 34. Though they let that one slip away, the Raiders still have an away and home date left with the Rebels on Jan. 18 and 21 respectively. In the meantime Napanee will continue their

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Thursday, January 9, 2014

First Draw results are in from NDCC

push tomorrow night when they visit Port Hope for a 7:30 p.m. puck drop. On Tuesday they welcome the Amherstview Jets into the Strathcona Paper Centre for a 7:30 p.m. game time. As critical as the Rebels’ series on the horizon is, those games will mean a whole lot more if Napanee can win their next two at hand. For his three point effort on Tuesday, Boulard is the Ontario Milk Marketing Board Raider of the week. The rookie forward now has 32 points (nine goals, 23 assists) to place him second on the team in scoring. Romain continues to lead the team with 19 goals and 17 assist, giving him 36 points.

BY SANDY EASTLAKE On the Button

Happy New Year from the NDCC board of directors. As promised, here are the first draw results for you. Congratulations to Up&At’Em winner Benita Murphy, Al Thompson, Marg Isbester, Ken Booker; runner ups Frank Banks, Chris Coleman, Chris Downey and Martha Downey and as every other year winners could not be decided until after the last game prior to the Christmas potluck; Wednesday Senior Men has winner Ray Snider, Don Kerr, John Ryan and Jim Kennelly; second place Ed File, Murray Halliday, Gord Mitchell and Jim Rumford; third place Walter Genereux, Barry Brummel, Bill Ryan and Gale Rogers. Wednesday Evening

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Ladies winner was Gayle Johnson, Su Brown, Linda Bongard; with Heather Ramshaw, Nancy Osborne, Chris Downey and Martha Downey getting the runner up prize. The Thursday ladies winner took director Moira Sickling a while to determine as three teams were tied with six wins each but Michele Penner, Janet Hobin, Cindy Lawson and Joan Banks came in first over Benita Murphy, Lorraine Wilson, Marg Isbester and Bonnie McTaggart by just a few ends; while the third team was easier to determine as both Michele and Benita beat them. The Thursday Mens’ team of Daryl Latimer, Chris Goody, George Moniz and Dan McDonald won the draw with runner up being our Junior team Keegan Scott, Caleb

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Tinsel and Bella A couple of the many cats looking for new homes in 2014.

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Posterski, Joey Botting and Jake Anderson. Last but definitely not least are the winners of the popular Friday Night Mixed League. They were Darrell Scott, Sheryl French, Bob St John with Louise VanHeighten, Neil Packman and Chantale Packman trailing by only a few ends while third place went to Sandy Semple, Dave Hollis and Joelle Dickson. The Curling Club would like to say a fond farewell to Frank Dunham who has retired from being the assistant Ice Tech and welcome to Jim Stapley who will now be assisting Don Currier. Dunham has being doing the ice as a volunteer for many,many years working for Hugh Sharpe. He became the assistant tech in 2005 under Gary Cound. In the 2007-08 season Frank

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became the club's ice technician with Don Currier joining him as the assistant Tech in 2008-09. They changed positions last season as Dunham knew he was retiring soon. Despite retiring Dunham is still alive and kicking up a storm around the club by taking over the chore of making lunch for the Senior Mens League each and every Wednesday. Kudos especially to his wife Norma Dunham who is not a curler but helps her husband weekly. The club would wish to thank instructors Bill Hogg, Ian Munro, Kirk Donald and Currier for again assisting many curlers last Sunday in tips and suggestions on bettering their game, and Andy Palmer for conducting a skips school which according to those attending was very popular.

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A L L CLUES ACROSS 1. Esau’s descendants home 5. Fragrant tropical tree resin 10. Selection list 14. A rectangular groove 15. Plant of a clone 16. Three-banded Armadillo 17. Surrounded by 18. Muse of lyric poetry 19. Give a job to 20. Ceremonial staff bearer 22. By way of 23. Bangladesh capital (old sp.) 24. Taxicab registration

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ARIES (Mar 21/Apr 20) Now may be the time to try something new, Aries. You are not one to shy away from anything, but right now you’re a bit apprehensive about things. Take a leap of faith. TAURUS (Apr 21/May 21) Many people look to you as a leader, and they are wise to do so. You are especially trustworthy, and you will be asked to solve a few problems this week. GEMINI (May 22/Jun 21) Gemini, there won’t be much time to enjoy recreational activities this week, so you may have to find a new way to let loose. Rest assured there will be more time for fun down the road. CANCER (Jun 22/Jul 22) Cancer, a new opportunity comes your way but you’re not quite sure if you’re ready for such drastic changes. Take your time before making a final decision. LEO (Jul 23/Aug 23) Leo, no matter how hard you try, some people just can’t see things from your point of view. Don’t take this personally, as everyone is entitled to their own opinions. VIRGO (Aug 24/Sept 22) Virgo, sometimes it seems like you have all of the answers, while at other times, you might not know how to approach a situation. Take some time to analyze your approach.

LIBRA (Sept 23/Oct 23) Feeling homesick, Libra? If so, make some post-holiday plans to visit with friends or family you didn’t get a chance to see during the holidays. Enjoy this time spent with loved ones. SCORPIO (Oct 24/Nov 22) Scorpio, you like to stay busy. But you sometimes feel overwhelmed with all that you have to do. Stop biting off more than you can chew and take things one task at a time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23/Dec 21) Sagittarius, now is a good time to make resolutions and reconnect with distant friends. It is good to rekindle relationships and commit to spending more time with friends and family. CAPRICORN (Dec 22/Jan 20) After time away for the holidays, getting back into a routine can be challenging, Capricorn. But you like to stick to a schedule, and getting back on track is the way to do it. AQUARIUS (Jan 21/Feb 18) Aquarius, although you have many friends, you recently have only spent time with a select few. This week is a great time to reach out to those friends you haven’t seen in awhile. PISCES (Feb 19/Mar 20) Your competitive juices will be flowing this week, Pisces. Enjoy the competitive atmosphere but don’t take things too far.

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As 2013 drew to a close, the Napanee Valley Cruisers classic car club made a year-end donation of $650 to Lennox and Addington Seniors Outreach Services. From left are Mary Dillenbeck (club 50/50 and communications), Tammy Horwood (club 50/50) Wendy McDonald (L&A SOS Executive Director), Ken Baird (club member), Fred Knight (club vice-president) and Steve Lowry (club president).

DECEMBER | 2013 Year in Review CONTINUED FROM PAGE 20 December 2013 n Lennox and Addington County approved a new asset management plan. The county developed the plan in response to a new requirement mandated by the provincial government. n On the eve of its 150th birthday, Lennox and Addington County received an early and unexpected gift. The descendants of one of L&A County’s more wellknown artists, Orval ‘O.C.’ Madden, donated upwards of 100 original works to the county’s museum and

archives. The donation at least doubled the county’s previous collection. n Newburgh’s Community Christmas Concert returned for a 34th year and was another huge hit. Despite heavy snowfall, members of community packed Newburgh Public school for both the afternoon and evening show. n Hugh Finlay continued his crusade to bring an acquired brain injury centre to Napanee. “Right now the whole thing’s in the ministry’s hands,� Finlay said of his 32-year quest to get the centre to Napanee. “There should be an announce-

ment about it soon. We’re just waiting for it.� n Gord Schermerhorn received two nominations and no opposition to become acclaimed as Lennox and Addington County’s 2014 warden. In his first address he highlighted the upcoming 150th anniversary of the county’s incorporation as well as the need to exercise “good financial stewardship� in the year ahead. This marked his fifth selection as county warden. n An early morning fire left three dead in Morven. The fire was not deemed to be suspicious.

COMMUNITY PULSE If you have a non-profit community event or program you would like to promote? Let us promote it in our Community Pulse event listings. Send the details to beaver@bellnet.ca (‘Community Pulse’ in the subject line), fax them to 613-354-2622 or drop them off at the Beaver office. Events must be in by the Monday before our Thursday publication to ensure the event is entered into our system in time. Events are listed chronologically and printed when possible. For more details on the Community Pulse listings, please call 613-354-6641 ext. 109. ODESSA CHILDREN’S CHOIR Odessa Children's Choir Program welcomes new children for 2014 spring session. Choir runs from January to May. For ages 6-13, no audition required. There are 13 rehearsals total, with a final concert in May. We are also participating in the Kiwanis Music Festival in February. A wonderful opportunity for young children to get involved in music! Young Voices Music Class runs from January to April. For ages 2-5, 10 classes total, 8:15-9:00 a.m. OCCP runs out of Emmanuel United Church, Odessa. Contact program director Molly Luhta for more information. 613-

888-5063. www.mollyluhta.com. YOGA IN BELLROCK Jackie Adams of Yoga-to-Go will be running another eight-week session of yoga in BellRock Hall on Mondays at 4 p.m. from now until March 10 (no yoga on Heritage day). Cost is $96 for the entire series or $15 for drop-in session. All welcome. Level of difficulty will be adjusted to meet the ability/interests of the group.Check out the BellRock website at http://www.bellrockhall.ca. WALK ON Indoor Winter Walking Program by KFL&A Public Health. Volunteers lead free, one-hour weekly indoor walks during the months of November through March at NDSS. Walks are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 5-6 p.m. For more information, call 613-549-1232 ext. 1180. SHARING CENTRE The Sharing Centre at Emmanuel United Church Odessa (63 Factory St. behind the Royal Bank) now has fall clothing available. Our ongoing special will be children’s and teen clothes for $2 a bag. Many other items at great prices, so come in and check out what we have to offer. Our hours are Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Thursday 6-8 p.m. For further information please call 613-386-7125.

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County to Prepare First Official Plan In March 2013 the Province of Ontario amended Ontario Regulation 352/02 to require the County of Lennox and Addington to adopt an Official Plan by March 31, 2015. The County of Lennox and Addington has initiated the process leading to the adoption of an Official Plan by no later than August 2014. The intent of the first Official County Plan is to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Implement Provincial policies as appropriate; Support County and local economic development aspirations; Focus on what benefits the County as a whole; Not duplicate local planning policy frameworks; and, Establish the basis for the transfer of the approval authority for Official Plans, Official Plan amendments and plans of subdivision and condominium, as appropriate.

Public consultation is an important component of the process. Anyone with an interest in the preparation of the Official Plan is invited to attend our open houses scheduled for January 21 and 22, 2014. The intent of the public open houses is to provide residents and business owners with the opportunity to provide their thoughts on: • The proposed work plan; • The role of the County Official Plan in relation to the role of local Official Plans; • The matters that should and should not be dealt with in the new County Official Plan; and, • The local economic development aspirations that could be supported by the County Official Plan. The two open houses are scheduled for: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Tamworth Library - 1 Ottawa St., Tamworth County Court House - 97 Thomas St. E., Napanee 6:30pm - 8:30pm 6:30pm - 8:30pm

The consultant and County staff will be available to answer questions. A presentation is scheduled at each open house approximately 30 minutes after the start time. For further information please contact: Stephen Paul, Director Community & Development Services 613.354.4883 ext. 234 spaul@lennox-addington.on.ca www.lennox-addington.on.ca


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The great gardens of Europe As you hunker down with compost in the UK’ all lend another cup of coffee to themselves to a full day of read the paper, thoughts of walking, gawking and note travel must surely tip toe taking. And picture taking. through your head. If there Each season the garden is is one universal benefit of cleverly choreographed to our long Canadian winter it accentuate the very best is that it makes dreamers flowers and plants. The largest display of crocus out of all of us. that I have This time ever seen, for of year I example, are dream of the offered for great garpleasdens that I The Green File your ure each plan to visit March. this season. For details go to The experiences that I have abroad while touring public www.kew.org and rememand private gardens have ber that Kew Gardens is inspired me to develop my the last stop on the tube own garden in many (subway) and therefore unique ways. I recommit very accessible. myself to write and broadcast the gardening message Keukenhof Gardens, The here in Canada in an ongo- Netherlands ing effort to encourage non If you have ever flown gardeners to give it a try and people who enjoy the into Schiphol airport in gardening experience to do Amsterdam, The Nethermore of it. Travel broadens lands, during bulb bloomour horizons on so many ing time you will have witnessed a patchwork of levels. With this in mind I rec- spring bulbs in full flower. ommend the following The result on a cloudless European public gardens. day is a landscape that This list is limited by space stretches as far as the eye can see of bright yellows, and my travel experience. reds, blues and every hue in between. You might Kew Gardens, London, want to visit Holland durEngland ing the bulb blooming time The oldest botanical for this purpose alone. But garden in the world, locat- seeing as you will likely ed in a country of dedicated want to get off the plane gardeners offers something and tour round a bit, I can Keukenhof for everyone. If you are recommend into ‘collector’ plants this is Gardens. Imagine seven million your place as the largest collection of plant genetics of those commerciallyis located here. There are grown tulips, hyacinths over 300 full-time and daffodils captured in researchers on staff who one 79-acre garden. Each access the seed and plant bulb is dug up and replantpool at Kew in an effort to ed each spring with a new find answers to many of theme and design. The very life’s challenges. Medical existence of Keukenhof is a research is a primary func- wonder. Located on the histion of the garden. Alas, toric grounds of the Slot this activity occurs beyond Teylingen estate this is the perfect setting to show off public access. In full and public view spring flowering bulbs at is the wonderful glass their best. Have no doubt; this is a house that underwent major restoration just a few living commercial for the years ago. Extensive peren- Holland bulb industry. nial borders, a tree collec- Wisely the purveyors of tion to beat the band these spring beauties put (including the oldest on a show that attracts Japanese Maple in the over 800,000 visitors each world), a real-life Japanese year. Go to www.keukenpagoda and the ‘largest hof.nl for details.

pact horticultural treasure you will see reflections of Monet’s most famous paintings. The lily pond, the rose arbor/walk lined with nasturtiums, his miniature apple orchard with dwarfed trees — it is all there. The remarkable thing is the level to which the restoration has occurred and the maintenance of the property exactly as it was when Claude Monet died in 1926. Mr. Monet was an unusual painter in his time for a number of reasons. One of them is that he actually made a decent living selling his work while alive. As a result he was able to finance the purchase and maintenance of his home in reasonably high fashion. Details at www.giverny.org/gardens.

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I am leaving my very favourite to the last. This lovely estate garden in the south west of England contains the elements of gardening that make the British famous for their favourite past time. You will enjoy its 160-year history, an extensive collection of rare plants and a creative design that demonstrates a great passion for gardens, using the unusual topography to full advantage. Trebah is not easy to get to. You will need at least a day to travel there

by road or rail from London, but while in this part of the country you will find many other horticultural treasures. Located on a mere 22 acres your tour begins with a view of Falmouth Bay on the English Channel that is to die for. The site lines to the water take you over a forest of giant 150-year-old Australian tree ferns, 60foot rhododendrons and palm trees that are so dramatic they look out of place in their U.K. home. As you walk down the meandering paths you will end up on a beach where Private Ryan and company disembarked the night of ‘D Day’ for the Normandy landing. Anyone that has seen the movie Saving Private Ryan will be moved by the plaque that tells you the story. The image is compelling. You will want to sit down. The climb back to the top of the garden is after all a 220-foot incline. Take your time with this one: you have travelled far for the treat of viewing it first hand. Details at www.trebahgarden.co.uk. Mark Cullen appears on Canada AM every Wednesday morning at 8:40. He is spokesperson for Home Hardware Lawn and Garden. Sign up for his free monthly newsletter at www.markcullen.com.

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