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Deseronto Growing

Greater Napanee Leadership Camp returns for summer

Town’s food bank benefits from new community garden

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Irish Revival

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Greater Napanee and other local municipalities have implemented fire bans due to recent dry weather. See Page 11 A pair of recent social-work grads organized a fundraising concert to support L&A Interval House. See Page 13 Napanee golfer Josh Whalen is hoping to make an impact at the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship this week. See Page 25 All things Irish were on display at the Tamworth Gaeltacht this weekend during the second annual Oireachtas Gaelige Cheanada, and internationally-recognized festival to promote

Irish language and culture. Pictured above are Aralt Mac Giolla Chainnigh on the fiddle with Jack Hickman on the bodhran. For more, see story on Page 34.

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Deseronto gets transit cash windfall Gas tax contribution from province casts lifeline for transportation service By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER With a municipal funding cap being discussed last month, Deseronto Transit administrators got quite a surprise this week when their share of Ontario’s Gas Tax was revealed. At a regular session of council on Monday, Councillor Edgar Tumak announced that the town’s

share increased from $17,500 in 2011 to $105,575 this year. “It was really quite unexpected that the modest but much appreciated contribution from Greater Napanee, could have this much effect,” he said. “With that we can then address certain issues that are critical.” Tumak suggested that a portion of the funds be used to pay any transit overages for previous years, with the remainder going to

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significant gas tax revenue increase. “It won’t be massive but it will be good, and it would benefit the whole ridership, not just Napanee,” he said. The purchase of a new 18-passenger transit bus — which had previously been deferred due to budget constraints — was approved this week thanks to the new funding.

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n L&A SOS and the 55-Plus Activity Centre for the summer is offering Fitness Classes: Gentle Exercises, Chair Exercise, Fitness Levels 1-3, Strength Training, Yoga, Zumba Gold ($3.00 pay as you go). Art Programs: Beginner Painting, Intermediate Painting Social Programs: Euchre. Computer Courses: On hold for summer. Quilting, Knitting, Crocheting, Family History, Creative Writing and Bridge on hold for summer. Activities are held at 310 Bridge St. You must be a member to attend. For information call the activity centre at 613-354-8740. L&A SOS Offsite Activities ($2 pay-as-you-go):

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Saturday, July 14, 2012 at Deseronto Legion 8pm - 1am. Tickets available at the door $10/person. Wedding to take place September 8, 2012.

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Time to wet a line ell, you’ve run out of excuses this weekend. There’s no reason why you can’t dust off the old fishing rod, head out and try to land the big one. Certainly, there are lots of avid anglers who need no prompting (including this writer). However, this weekend, it couldn’t be easier for anyone who has drifted away from the sport, or who haven’t tried it at all. That’s because it’s the Family Fishing Weekend in Ontario, which allows people to fish without a licence. It’s an annual summer incentive to attract (lure?) more Ontario residents to our lakes and rivers to cast a line. Those who do choose to fish without a licence this weekend must adhere to the catch limits and restrictions of a ‘conservation’ fishing licence. It’s also a great weekend to introduce youngsters to the joys of fishing. There are a pair of youth

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fishing events this weekend — one on Saturday at Beaver Lake Park in Erinsville (from 9-11 a.m.), hosted by the OPP and Canadian Tire, and one on Sunday, hosted by the Napanee Rod and Gun Club, at Conservation Park (from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.). There are a few more kids’ fishing events planned in the weeks to come as well. These events feature free rods and bait for young anglers who don’t already have their own fishing gear, while supplies last. It’s often said fishing — just like any outdoor sporting activity — gives folks a better appreciation of the natural world. We think there’s more than a little truth to that. Let’s face it, spending some time looking to land a lunker is always better than screen time — and you’re never going to become more appreciative the natural world from your couch. Being outside,

on or near the water, is a very good habit to get into. This area has some of the best fishing opportunities anywhere. And, for this weekend, many of the ‘roadblocks’— if you can call them that — that might be dissuading you from getting out fishing are not a factor. So get out on the water this Saturday or Sunday. There’s no excuse not to. And who knows — you might just end up with a brand new hobby.

I would like to respond to two letters to editor from last week’s Napanee Beaver entitled ‘MOE Needs to Act’ and ‘Site just isn’t Right for a Landfill’. We are constantly taking action to protect the public and the environment in managing our closed Richmond Landfill. We regularly conduct extensive testing of groundwater, surface water and air emissions. We report these test results to the Ministry of Environment. We also provide our reports to the Town of Greater Napanee, Township of Tyendinaga, Quinte Conservation Authority and Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte for their information. And, we established a Community Liaison Committee that regularly meets to discuss ongoing issues. As we have learned through the Environmental Review Tribunal process, the experts representing the concerned citizens group were not aware of some of these actions and have not yet reviewed some of the most important information we have collected. This is unfortunate, as it may address many of their concerns. But, the ongoing discussions about our existing monitoring program have resulted in progress on future monitoring of our site. We welcome continued dialogue on these critical issues. Acting on issues of concern to the community is vital to us, which is why we continue to investigate the groundwater in and around our site. lf any issues arise, we can apply various contingency measures to address them, including clean-up, control, or management of affected groundwater. However, what is important for the public to know now is that there are no health related issues in or around our site. Randy Harris, Site Manager

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Lioness Bank Support

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Climate change affects farm yields, prices The 2012 growing season got off to a record start, with many farmers benefiting from warm soil temperatures and early planting conditions. Statistics Canada is reporting record acres of all field crops that have been planted by farmers across the country, and if weather cooperates, farmers could be in for a very strong year. But, optimism seeded by an early productive season could still combust, if, as many experts predict, drought takes hold. Such u n c e r t a i n weather conditions – with dramatic peaks and lows – are another downside of climate change, and can seriously impact the quality of important farm business planning decisions. The spring began with unseasonable heat, but the sudden snap back to cooler seasonal temperatures destroyed much of Ontario’s fresh fruit supply, including an estimated 85 percent of the province’s apple crop. And, farmers’ early season anticipation of bumper grain and oilseed crops could lead to a significantly different story by summer’s end if weather-related pest infestations and hot, dry conditions continue. These precarious conditions speak to the volatility of agriculture, and the power of circumstances beyond a farmer’s control. Despite being early adapters of new practices and technology, solid productivity records, and generations of hands-on agricultural experience, there’s always a very real chance that a farm could fail to produce enough food to turn a profit at the end of the year. Now, more than ever, smartphone-wielding farmers need to

get even smarter about marketing strategies on the farm. Making long-term business planning decisions such as the purchase of essential equipment, how much land to put into production and what kind of on-farm improvements can be made, have an even stronger impact on a farm’s viability. Ontario farmers continue to make on-farm improvements at the operational level through their overwhelming participation in programs such as Ontario’s Environmental Farm Plan Program. Farm organizations fund research projects that will lead to further on-farm efficiencies, help farmers produce more food with fewer resources and exert less damage to the environment. Farmers will continue to monitor and manage the effects of climate change at the farm level. The impact of climate change is simply only one example of what makes the future of farming so volatile. Prices for our commodities are expected to rise just as dramatically as they are expected to fall, in response to extreme growing conditions. Ontario farmers continue to rely on business risk management programs to help manage the challenges they face as a result of uncontrollable circumstances. When the weather gets tough, and food production comes under threat, programs which assist farmers in managing associated financial risks are crucial in helping us weather the climate and financial storms. Mark Wales is president of the OFA.

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Last week, the Napanee Lioness Club threw their support behind the Napanee Salvation Army Food Bank with a $1,000 donation. Back row (from left) are Cathy Russell, Lia Dufour, the Salvation Army’s Dana Henry and Vi Barrow, Marylin Herntier, Marie Meeks and Susan Cook; front row (from left) are Kathy Cruji, Annette Lafontaine, Gail Maracle, Elizabeth Steacy.The club meets every third Tuesday of the month at the Napanee Lions' Hall, except during summer months. The members’ main fundraising activities are their canteen at auction sales as well as pie sales, the craft show in November and the buffet breakfast in the spring. All money raised is redistributed in the community between different charities and projects. If interested in joining a friendly group of ladies, please contact Liz Steacy at 613-354-2652.

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AUGUST 1 LOCAL FARM HISTORY PROJECT In promoting agriculture in our area this year, the Lennox and Addington 4-H Board members have decided to encourage this by means of a ‘Local Farm History’ project. We are inviting local farm families to put together a project of their family farm to display at the Napanee Fair this year. Your project may be displayed on bristol board to

be hung up or use a stand up display board. Please let us know which type of display you require. Include as much as you like about your history and even include future farming strategies for your farm. Add some pictures and you're on your way to helping us promote farm awareness, starting right here at the root, locally! Please give your completed project to Leonard Austin 613-388-11005 or Lisa Hart 613-354-0404 by Aug. 1.

Natural history, unquenchable curiosity “The greatest professor at Carleton! But be prepared to look like a maniac while writing the exam because you will be laughing during the whole time… because of the puns and jokes he puts into the exam!” says someone on a Rate My Professors website who took his course at Carleton University. I have had the pleasure of knowing Professor Michael Runtz for a few years. We have birded together and we have had a few beers together at the Barley Room Pub in Picton. His energy is infectious and his enthusiasm for nature knows no bounds. I learned too late three years ago, that if you do a 24-hour Birdathon with Michael though, expect to be in the field for a full, straight 24 hours. And so it was that I spent two days reading his most recent book and relived some of that same enthusiasm and passion for nature. Titled quite simply, “Natural History”, his most recent endeavour, however, is no simple book. It delves into the private lives of both plants and animals in a way that will have you laughing out loud throughout its over 300 pages as you learn things that you never knew before. Right off the bat, he answers the question of what natural history really means on the first page of the introduction. “To put it simply, it is the study of all living things with which we share this planet.” With that out of the way, he

launches into the subject with 10 chapters on how plants and animals survive, obtain their food, reproduce, and avoid being a meal for something else. Far be it from being a book that requires the reader to be mentally psyched up to struggle through scientific names and complicated descriptions, the book is filled with the same kind of Runtz humour that his students have come to enjoy at Carleton University. Any technical terms that have been sprinkled into the text, and there are a few, seem to roll off the tongue easily and are interspersed with spontaneous afterthoughts. “Incidentally, the ability to predict the severity of winter by the width of the bands on a woolly bear arose solely from someone’s wild imagination.” Throughout the book, you will be smiling at Michael’s trademark humour, but all of it comes to a head when you read the chapter on the “patrons of putrefaction” where Michael escorts the reader through carcass decomposition and the insect life that makes it happen. “…you will witness a carnival-like scene with cyclonic motion everywhere. Blow Flies dance across the hide, dropping eggs as quickly as they flit. Maggots briefly poke their heads up through small openings as if to summon curious passersby. Rove and Carrion Beetles scurry across the swollen beast…….small parasitic wasps zip in and out, seeking hosts in which to lay their eggs. Many of the visitors are coupled in nup-

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Outdoor Rambles tial embrace, inspired by the feast that awaits their young. There is no mourning to be found at this wake; the atmosphere is rife with ravenous feasting, and uninhibited orgies erupt across the carcass.” The above chapter can be topped only by the 30 pages, complete with photographs, that have been devoted to the subject of reproduction. Speaking of which, the book is generously sprinkled with about 500 full colour photographs, taken by the Seeley’s Bay author over his many years of being a prolific writer, a professor, an interpretive naturalist at Algonquin Provincial Park, and host of his television program, “Wild By Nature”. In this age of insatiable curiosity about the natural world around us, this book will have

you furiously jotting down tidbits of information as I did when I read through its pages. Did you know that Field Crickets have ears on their front legs and Praying Mantids have only one ear and it lies between their legs? That Walking Stick sex can last for days, the males keeping the female from mating with other males by securing her with special handcuffs? That crab spiders use cryptic behaviour, not webs for encountering prey? Michael’s wit continues, even on sombre subjects. On predators getting old, he states, “When a predator is injured or ill, or becomes too old and slow to chase down a meal, there are no soup kitchens or seniors’ homes waiting to help.” Michael Runtz is unquestionably the David Attenborough of this country and of this decade with his unlimited storehouse of knowledge and his ability to segue the contents of this book together in a way that will have you reading this book several

times to catch points you may have missed the first time through. As one of his students put it, “What a wonderfully crazy man!” If only every person could be as passionate and “wonderfully crazy” in their pursuit, enjoyment, appreciation and understanding of the natural world around us. Michael’s books, columns, TV programs and personal appearances have long been an inspiration to me, and we are so fortunate to have him so close by that we can tap into this knowledge. Natural History. 2012. Michael Runtz. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. 310 pages. $49.95. ISBN 978-0-7575-96728 For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail tsprague@kos.net or phone 613 476 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 70 Years Ago July 15, 1942 n An accident instantly took the life of a prominent local farmer. Robert D. Bowen was killed when he fell off a load of hay and broke his neck. Bowen, whose farm was across from the Deseronto Cemetery, had been operating a hay unloader at the time of the accident. He had been attempting to use a rope to trip a fork; when his first pull failed, he pulled harder, causing the rope to break and Bowen to fall backwards off the hay and onto the ground. Bowen had been living and working at the property his entire life; in fact, he was born on the same farm. n During the Second World War, not only was it advisable to recycle materials, it was the law. The Canadian Government made it an offense to willfully destroy or throw away bottles or other glass containers. In particular, the government hoped to save as many wine and liquor bottles as possible. Residents were advised to take their used bottles to the nearest salvage depot to be processed.

35 Years Ago July 12, 1977 n According to the Ministry of Environment, high pollution levels in the Napanee River were due to the fact that the Napanee sewage treatment plant was being overloaded and was unable to dissolve and effectively disinfect dairy plant waste being added to the system. The MOE also suggested that the materials being discharged into the river were about 10 times what the river could safely handle. The MOE urged Ault Foods to begin pretreating their effluent before adding it to the Napanee sewage system. The MOE had made a similar request — to take steps to limit organic material entering the river — to Strathcona Paper a year earlier. n Napanee council passed a motion indicating that it would no longer be seeking compensation from Ontario Hydro for adverse impacts as a result of construction of the Lennox Generating Station. The town did received a cheque for just more than $80,000 to help offset some of the impacts. Council had yet to decide how they would spend that contribution.

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Fresh approach for food bank Deseronto families benefit from new community garden By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER The Deseronto Helping Hands Food Bank has a few new green thumbs at its disposal. It was in April that Shirley Rayer began planning what is now the Deseronto Community Garden, located behind the local Lions Hall where the food bank is located. “This is the design of our garden now but maybe next year or the year after, if we’ve got more volunteers, we will make it bigger,” she told the Beaver. That goal seems attainable based on Rayer’s involvement with a similar garden in Greater Napanee that has been deemed a success, with its produce going to support the Salvation Army food bank. Just like the Napanee project, the Deseronto garden will require volunteers and the support of the community, Rayer said. “It’s excellent except the earth is horrible here so I am looking for donations to pour in now that we have this land,” she said. “The town gave me $300 to start with the raised gardens, which were put together by my two sons. They then donated some leaf mulch and clay soil.” Rayer still needs more top soil and donations for next year’s seeds. After consulting Susan Withers from the Napanee Community Garden — where Rayer had been active for a couple of years

— and after talks with the Town of Deseronto, Rayer started the new garden with the help of some volunteers. Those volunteers include Chris Jones, Betty Harvey, Greg Kells, Jen Wansborough, and Dawn, Sean and Laney Wansborough. Garden helpers have come from Deseronto Town Hall, Community Care for South Hastings and the food bank, and include Dana Valentyne, Councillor Edgar Tumak, Mayor Norm Clark, Trina Bartolo from CCSH, and Ron and Cathy Durkin. According to Rayer, occasional workers George Rayer, Shannon Lake, Morgan Rayer, Wayne Kells, Wayne and Barb Smith, and Simon Rayer have also been a great help. Supplies for the garden have been donated by Deseronto Town Hall, Canadian Tire Napanee, Home Hardware Napanee, Selby Gardens, Piercy’s Farm Market, Ruby Kells, Pat and Larry Keen, the Lennox and Addington Horticultural Society and friends and neighbours in the Deseronto and Napanee areas. While the groundwork for a garden is being laid, the food bank has already benefitted from donations of lettuce, green onions and radishes, with cucumbers and tomatoes coming in soon. “I come to the food bank about an hour-and-ahalf early this year so that I can check the garden,” said Gail McGlade, the coordinator of the Helping

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Hands Food Bank. “That way we can give things that are picked that day.” Providing families with healthier alternatives to canned foods has been a big plus for McGlade, who has seen needs continue to grow in the 20 plus years she has been with the food bank. “It was really a dream come true,” she said. “Shirley approached me and I couldn’t believe my ears — I thought that has to be one of the best gifts we have ever been given.” While the town provides the food bank with a rent-free facility and access to water, most of the food donations come from churches of all denominations and individuals who give on a regular basis. “We service the Town of Deseronto plus Tyendinaga Township so when the schools have a concert or event, their admission fees always go to the food bank,” McGlade added. “We have a lot of support and we’d be closed without it.” A total of 34 families accessed the food bank in January this year, the busiest day to date, with food being provided for 55 adults and 21 children that week. “That was during one week of the month but it isn’t always like that,” said. “It’s astounding really. The numbers weren’t coming before that are coming now, with layoffs and the way the situation is right now.” McGlade has also seen an increase in the number of new residents using the service.

“That’s really heartbreaking because you can tell the minute they walk in that they do not want to be here,” she said. “But they are forced into it, they are waiting for unemployment insurance, they’re waiting too long for it and they have gone through their savings.” Donations and new volunteers are always welcome, she said. “Peanut butter is a good nutritional food we’re always looking for, in addition to pork and beans which is high in protein, Kraft Dinner and fruit and pudding cups,” McGlade added. “For about a year now with some of my donation money I have been buying yoghurt for kids.” What has grown to become the Helping Hands Food Bank today started out in 1949 when a local physician, Dr. McVickers, became aware of the need for food among his patients while making house-calls. When McGlade came on board it was then coordinator, Percy Floyd, that showed her the ropes. “Before he went into the nursing home he said to me, ‘Gail, if you don’t take this over it’s going to close,’” she recalled, adding that he was a lovely man. To become a volunteer with the Deseronto Community Garden or make a donations contact Rayer at 613-396-1015. Anyone wishing to donate or become a food bank volunteer is asked to contact McGlade at 613396-3526.

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POETRY READING Poets Susan Gills and John Donlan will read at The Book Shop in Tamworth at 2 p.m. Free admission, light refreshments will be served. All are welcome. For more information, call 613-3792108, visit www.tamworthbookshop.com or e-mail info@tamworthbookshop.co m. ANNUAL CHICKEN BARBECUE

And raffle, to be held at Annunciation of Mary Parish Hall, Enterprise. From 4-7 p.m. Adults $12, students up to age 12 $6, children free. JULY 17 L&A HOLSTEIN CLUB TWILIGHT BARBECUE Annual dinner 6:30 p.m. at Veryea Farm in Morven. Mike Mundel’s fish dinner. Tickets $15 for adults, $7 for kids 6-12. Tickets $20 after July 14. For tickets call Steve Van Berkel at 5614206, Mike Walhout at 561-

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25 Bridge St. E., 613-354-3858 Trinity United Church is now closed for the month of July. Joint Worship Services will be held at Grace United Church. We invite you to share in fellowship and hear the Word of God with Rev. William Perry commencing August 5, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer!

51 Palace Road Pastors: DESERONTO UNITED CHURCH Rev. Ivan and Anne Langdon Corner of Thomas & Fourth St. Sunday Worship - 10:30am and 7pm NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE 9:00am - Worship Service Children’s Program - 10:30am PASTORAL CHARGE Closed August 5th to September 2nd Wed: Ladies Bible study/prayer 10:30am 613-378-2511 Resume Worship Service 9am Sept. 9th Bible study/prayer 7pm The United Church of Canada AA meeting Friday 8pm Thursday 4pm - Kids Club - Ages 4-12 Minister: Rev. Burry Wiseman “In essentials: unity, GRACE UNITED CHURCH 10am Joint Summer Service In non-essentials: liberty, 150 Robert St., Napanee at Newburgh In all things, charity (love).” Corner of Bridge, West & Robert St. Everyone is welcome! Phone: 354-1924, 354-5637 10:30am - Worship Service Everyone welcome. Joint Worship Service BATH-MORVEN August 5th to September 2nd PASTORAL CHARGE ANGLICAN CHURCH10:30am at Trinity United Church Minister: Rev. Christine Sloan TRINITY PARISH Caring Family Congregations Charge Office: (613) 352-5375 Sunday Services Please join us for worship Email: bath.morvenuc.office@bellnet.ca Rev. John VanStone Morven United Church DESERONTO 613-378-1281/379-2204 Service 9:00am PENTECOSTAL CHURCH St. Luke’s, Camden East Sunday School & Nursery 469 Dundas Street, Deseronto, Ontario 9:15am Service Bath United Church 613-396-3841 and Children’s Program Service 10:30am Pastor Rev. Howard Dudgeon Christ Church, Tamworth Sunday School and Nursery Assistant Pastor Dan Rooney 11am Service and Children’s Program Fellowship with refreshments 10am - Sunday School You are welcome to join us after Service Morning Worship at 10:45am for weekly Service. Everyone is Welcome! Evening Service at 6:30pm EAST CAMDEN Tuesday 5:30pm-Kid’s Program TEMPLE OF PASTORAL CHARGE “Faith Weaver Friends” PRAYER AND PRAISE 613-377-6406 Wednesday 7pm - Family night. 261 West St., 354-5910 The United Church of Canada 7pm-Youth Bible Study at Pastor Dan’s (near Prince Charles School) Rev. Elaine Kellogg Home Pastor - Rev. Stephen Lush Riverside United Church Yarker Everyone welcome. Affiliated with PAOC. Sun. Morning - 10:30am Worship Service & Worship Service PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School 9:30am SonShine Corner Ages 4-9 OF THE REDEEMER Details: 613-377-6406 7pm - Wednesday 155 St. George St., Deseronto www.mosriv.com Bible Study & Prayer Interim Minister: Rev. James Gordon Moscow United Church Welcome! 396-3119 or 396-2347 Worship Service 7:00pm Come and Worship with us. 9:00am - Church Service and Sunday Social to follow Visit us online at: School Kids Club, ages 5-12, www.templeofprayerandpraise.org Please join us! Sat. 10am-11am

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD 4734 German Rd., Petworth Pastor: Rev. Ruth Ann Paul Phone: 613-358-2824 Morning Worship - 11am Everyone is always welcome at all our services

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137 Robinson St., Napanee K7R 2S3 613-354-3141 Priest: Rev. Richard Hetke Rev. Brother D.B. Smith Commencing July 1st-August 26th SUNDAY SERVICES 8am Holy Communion 10:00am - Holy Communion WEDNESDAY 10am - Holy Communion “Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.”

WESTDALE PARK FREE METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Derek Spink 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee (across from the hospital) 613-354-2669 www.westdaleparkfmc.ca email: info@westdaleparkfmc.ca SUNDAY 10:00am - Worship Service

VBS - Aug. 13-17 - 6:30-8:30pm 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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474 Belleville Road 613-354-1083/613-354-6934 Pastor: Tom Breeden Come join us in Worship Sundays 10:30am & 6:00pm Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7:00pm Everyone Welcome

82 Richard St., Napanee Office - 354-4735 Major Vi Barrow 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.

The Ven Brad Smith, Rector Sunday Celebration - July 15th Annual Outdoor Picnic and Parish Picnic 321 Bayshore Rd., Tyendinaga Please bring a lawnchair, potluck dish and dishes/utensils Rain location: Christ Church 52 South Church Ln, Tyendinaga M.T. 613-962-2787 All are welcome! For more info, please visit www.parishoftyendinaga.org

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

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The United Church of Canada Minister: Rev. Ryan McNally Charge Office: 613-388-2375 “Worship for all ages; children’s activity each week” Selby: 10:00am Joint Worship Service Empey Hill: Joint Worship Service at Selby

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

ROBLIN WESLEYAN CHURCH Pastors: Bert McCutcheon, Dustin Crozier, Paul DeMerchant, SUNDAY SERVICES 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am - Morning Service 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!

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


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Burning bans in place By Seth DuChene EDITOR With brown lawns dotting the local landscape, it should come as no surprise that Greater Napanee and other surrounding municipalities have established open-air burning bans. Greater Napanee Fire Chief Terry Gervais says that the burning ban will remain in place until the area receives a significant amount of rainfall. He said the brief rain last weekend was far from adequate. “The ground is so dry,” he says. “The ground just soaks up (a small rainfall) and it’s gone. We’re going to need a good couple of days of rain.”

The Greater Napanee Fire Service has already seen the effects of the dry weather. He said that, last week, crews needed to respond to a fire along the train tracks near Roblin, a blaze likely started by a spark from a passing train. Between the heat and the rough terrain, these kinds of fires are extremely hard to combat, he said. “It’s hard on our people as well,” he said, adding that the Roblin fire required an extra crew with fresh legs in order to bring it under control. The chief also said that the fire service had to respond to “five or six” open air burning complaints over the weekend. “It was people who didn’t know they couldn’t burn.”

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Gervais said that it’s important to remember that Greater Napanee does have an open-air burning by-law in place, and that under that regulation, those looking to conduct openair burning must contact the fire department in advance by telephone, or go to the fire hall and obtain a burning permit. He said that if those residents had taken that step prior to burning, they’d have been informed that no open-air burning was permitted in the municipality. Stone Mills Township also has a total fire ban in place until the area gets some rain to alleviate the dry conditions. “(Fire bans) are very common right throughout eastern Ontario right now,” said Gervais.

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the humane society readily accepted, Dr. de Wolde said. Many of the kittens did require significant care — one kitten had to have a leg amputated, while another needed to have an eye removed. However, with adequate care and treatment most of the animals are now on the mend. He said he and Dr. Shepherd — who together also own and operate Limestone City Animal Hospital in Kingston — have been selective in giving up the cats for adoption, trying their best to ensure the cats find good homes. Those interested in adopting one of the cats should contact either the L&A Animal Hospital at 613-354-1020 or the Limestone City Animal Hospital at 613-542-5552. The L&A Animal Hospital Facebook page also includes pictures of the rescued kittens.

By Seth DuChene EDITOR Thirty kittens that were rescued from a residence have a new lease on life thanks to a pair of local veterinarians. Last week, Dr. Jason Shepherd and Dr. Mark de Wolde of the Lennox and Addington Animal Hospital in Napanee were asked to assess the kittens, which had been removed from the home by the Kingston Humane Society because they were not receiving the necessities of life. However, the humane society determined that the kittens should be euthanized. Faced with the prospect of putting the felines down, the vets offered to care for the cats freeof-charge, and ensure the cats found new homes — and it was an offer that

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“We are very much in need of this vehicle,� he said, adding that this will be Deseronto’s Transit’s fourth vehicle. “It has caused problems with us having to double up vehicles at times, with inefficiencies and extra wear and tear on vehicles.� Tumak told the Beaver that although the Town of

Greater Napanee has contributed $1,000 to the service for two years now, it wasn’t until 2012 that their support was calculated under the formula. “Their $1,000 has translated in $88,000,� he said. “The whole desire to have Napanee give that amount was to improve service in Napanee, so it will be a direct benefit to Napanee as well as the overall transit

system.� He said that this will result in more residents and businesses benefitting from people coming to Greater Napanee to work, shop or access various services. “One of the things that will improve service is now the possibility of following through with the purchase of a larger vehicle,� he added. “It was difficult to promote our system for

expansion when we were basically riding at capacity at many times.� Calling the service “a very fragile fiscal operation,� Tumak said that losing even one participant/contributor would result in serious financial trouble. “The one thing that I would like to see is pursuing a more integrated regional transit system,� said Tumak. “We have

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struggled along all these years, been very creative in approaching other authorities and the county provides support through the Child Benefit Program.� He said all of these sources of funding have been unconventional for a transit service. “The United Way of Quinte provides money to transit which is not the most conventional source. Even that is only possible through the good graces of Community Care for South Hastings, because they are a registered charity,� he said. “Napanee is another non-fixed source because they could say it’s not their system and pull that money.� The Town of Deseronto has also been a major contributor, Tumak said, with contributions of $50,000 or more each year. “We have seen the value in not only helping our population, but we have really subsidized a lot of social programs for Hastings County and Prince Edward, Lennox and Addington Social Services,� he added. PELASS has supported transit through guaranteed purchase of passes and tickets, Tumak said. “Their clients can go to the services they need, whenever they want, and even though they may only use that pass once or twice a week, it is still cheaper than paying for taxis for them to go from Picton to Belleville,� he added. According to Clerk Bryan Brooks, the gas tax revenues will replenish the

reserve by approximately $20,000 this year. “With the purchase of this vehicle we’re also estimating that we’ll reduce some of the repair costs that we have allocated as part of the budget,� Brooks said. “It’s allowing us to prepare for the future to the point where council can cap their contribution to transit, as they have expressed a desire to do.� He said that, with the exception of Deseronto council reducing their contribution to transit, the larger grant should be expected on an annual basis. For Deseronto Transit administrator Susan Stolarchuk, the money could not have come at a better time. “We are so thrilled and astounded. This has been a lifeline,� she said. “We were expecting an additional $7,000-12,000, but we weren’t expecting that much.� Stolarchuk indicated that ridership has been increasing steadily each year by between 1,5002,000 rides. “In 2011 we had approximately 10,800 rides with the Napanee to Deseronto route our busiest,� she said. “But right now we’re seeing a real increase in ridership in Picton. I think people are starting to realize that we’re there because we have never done a lot of advertising.� The addition of a larger bus was required in order for the service to grow, she said

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Thanks to all those who donated to our Annual Yard Sale in the Arena – It was very successful. We also would like to extend special thanks to the businesses who supported us and all the golfers who participated. THANK YOU! As a result of your generosity, we have made a donation to L&A County Hospital ($2,000.) and Leader Dogs ($500.)

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Interval House benefits from rockin’ concert Social-work graduates team up to bring Ambush to town for fundraising event at SPC By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER

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Armed with little more than a desire to make a difference, Cassie Johnson and Amelie Marlin set out to host a fundraising concert for Lennox and Addington’s Interval House. Despite a lack of experience, the two recent social worker graduates put together an extremely successful show at the SPC on Friday, raising $2,600. Even more impressive is the fact that they were able to organize the whole thing in a little over ten months. “Last September we were talking about how great it would be to give something back,” said Johnson. “We said it would be fun to run a dance. One day I was bored at placement so I just e-mailed (country band) Ambush. They got back to me that day and that kind of got the ball rolling.” A few phone calls later and they were able to receive some raffle prizes like a Sidney Crosby jersey from Shoeless Joe’s, a round of golf from Camden Braes and Johnson provided concert tickets. Given their social worker backgrounds, the choice to support a

women’s shelter was an easy one. “We have a passion for things that are underfunded,” said Johnson. “There has been a lot of cuts to the service sector. They’re mostly funded by things like this. (Interval House) serves a very large area with a very small amount of beds. It’s 16 beds for Deseronto, Tamworth, Napanee and Amherstview.” Using social media, they were able to spread the word about the event through friends and family. “I think it’s really important for us to give back to the community and it’s for a great cause,” said Marlin. “I think a lot of people aren’t even aware that there’s a women’s shelter in Napanee, so to raise awareness through a fun event I think will be effective.” Though they did all the organizing and planning, they were quick to point out financial and emotional support from friends and family helped them host a successful event. And while it may not have been easy, it won’t be long before they get to work on the next event. “Hopefully in years to come we’ll keep on (hosting events),” said Johnson. “Maybe we'll have a different charity for next year.”

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Recent social worker graduates Amelie Marlin (left) and Cassie Johnson listen as Ambush runs through their sound check before their benefit concert last Friday. The girls, who organized the event, raised $2,600 for L&A’s Interval House.

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Deseronto's Sarah Brant wowed the crowd with her voice during the Country Roads Music Festival, which was held this weekend at the Fairgrounds. Brant was just one of several county acts to take the stage over the course of the weekend.

This week, Health Canada announced it will study the possible relationship between the noise made by wind turbines and reported effects on the health of the people who live near them — and it’s a move that gets a thumbs-up from local MP Scott Reid. According to a press release issued by Reid’s office on Tuesday, the study will explore self-reported and objectively measured symptoms and effects in people living near wind power developments. Reid said he believes more work needs to be done before any new wind turbine projects should be considered. He joined many colleagues in supporting a moratorium on wind projects in Loyalist Township last fall when the Conservatives in the Senate passed a resolution calling for the same. “I don’t believe that everything that needs to be taken into consideration has always been considered when it comes to wind farms in Ontario,” said Reid. “The value of sur-

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The Kinsmen Club of Napanee extend their congratulations to Dan Gallivan of Amherstview, Ontario, the winner of the Legend Fishing Boat raffle drawn at the Canada Day Celebration July 1, 2012 in Napanee. Thank you to our generous sponsors:

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Last week, the Napanee Kinsmen Club gave away a brand new 14-foot fishing boat, trailer and motor as part of a raffle held over the past several months. In the end, it was Amhertviewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dan Gallivan who had his name drawn on Canada Day. From left are Mathew, Emma and Dan Gallivan along with Don Person and P.J. McCaffery of the Kinsmen Club. All money raised through the raffle will go back into the community to fund various Kinsmen projects.

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300 BRIDGE ST. W. - HOSTESS: JOHANNE BRUNNER Great location. Solid brick bungalow features 3 bedrooms up, 1 1/2 baths, hardwood under the carpet in the hallway and all bedrooms, large bright rec room, forced air gas and central air, single car garage with paved drive. A must to see. Call today for your personal viewing. Property being sold “as is, where is.” $209,900. (EX2894) MLS 12605411

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34 VICTORIA STREET, STONE MILLS You'll fit right into this well-maintained brick/stone home on a spacious 1.05 acre lot in the quiet setting of Centreville with privacy. This home offers a bright and cheery kitchen with built-in dishwasher, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, main floor laundry, casual living room with hardwood floors, dining room, central A/C, Roman style in-ground pool with fibre optic lighting, 2-car garage, chain-link fence, shed, veranda, partially finished basement with wet bar. $246,900. MLS 12602984

Paula Bevens Rutter

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

Independently Owned & Operated

OPEN HOUSE SUN JULY 15

Check this out!! First time homebuyers this one is for you! The charm and character will win you over with the original logs that built this home exposed on the interior with modern finishes. Large kitchen and dining area, with large living room with a woodstove. 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath. This home has pride of ownership and many renovations have been completed which includes, some new windows, flooring, bannister railing, painting, bathroom and kitchen and more. The lot is absolutely gorgeous!! 1.18 acres of privacy looking up the large hill. Don’t delay this one is a must see! $194,680.

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Paula Bevens Rutter Sales Representative

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Direct 613-583-2896

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

9 Commercial Court Napanee

613-354-5435

9 Commercial Court Napanee

613-354-5435

SUN. 2-4PM 291 OLD HAMBURG ROAD Proud Victorian styling in rich red brick to match your pride of ownership. On a 5+ acre private retreat. 3 car garage with studio above. Wrap-around veranda, douglas fir floors throughout. Cherry kitchen cabinetry with granite tops on counter and island. Refurbished top to bottom. A luxury estate minutes from Napanee. $499,900. (EX2876) MLS 12605131 http://www.toursrus.ca/291oldhamburgrd/tour.htm

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

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

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2664 SWITZERVILLE RD Minutes from town, 3 bedroom 1400 sq. ft. bungalow on private well treed lot. Central air, central vac, new shingles, mostly all newer windows, 2 Piece ensuite, propane stove, large dining room, laminate flooring. Large deck at back. F.A.O. heating. Asking $174,900 (K102) MLS 12605387

WAGAR WAGAR & MYATT

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

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

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

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112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

Peacefulness and Serenity! Is what you will find with this year round 3 bedroom cottage on Shawenegog Lake. Overlooking crown land and surrounded by hiking trails, endless ATV adventuring and an abundance of fishing on the lake which is clean deep and extremely quiet. The cottage has all the features of home with a gorgeous screened in porch overlooking the water. New decking, stairs and docking as well as a detached workshop, storage shed, www.1055WheatleyLn.com woodshed and a fire pit, there is so much to do that you won t want to leave. Call today for more information. $314,900

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

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

9 Commercial Court Napanee 613-354-5435

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OPEN HOUSE SUN. JULY 15 1-3PM - 3 Bed, 2 baths - Extensively renovated and upgraded - Approx 65 acres with Barn and Garage - Waterfront on Salmon River - MLS 12604053 Asking $495,000. Call Tracey Dickson, Sales Rep. at 613-328-2383 or Dave Pinnell Jr., Sales Rep. at 613-328-7213

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44 Industrial Blvd. Napanee LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE 613-354-6651 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

SUN JULY 15 1-3PM 5991 COUNTY RD 41 Very nice home on large lot in Erinsville, walking distance from Beaver Lake. Beautiful pine floor in living room. Landscaped with flowerbeds and vegetable gardens. A must see. Great home for first time buyer. Hydro averages $100.00 /month. Propane $1100./year. Asking $147,500 (K106) MLS 12605550

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Sue Rankin, Sales Rep., 613-536-8589

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

VARTY LAKE COTTAGE Very nice 2 bedroom cottage on Varty Lake. Nicely treed large lot and just a short drive from Kingston or Napanee. All contents and paddle boat are included so just walk in and enjoy it. $119,900. MLS 12605492 John Curran, Sales Rep. 613-328-1767

44 Industrial Blvd. Napanee LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE 613-354-6651 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

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168 DEWEY STREET, CAMDEN EAST LOVE TO ENTERTAIN??? Step right on in to this 4 year old custom built open concept home. Enjoy the massive living/dining rm and oak kitchen with island which makes entertaining or holidays dinner a dream, with walkout to deck overlooking the backyard with an above ground pool!. Features 2+2 Bedrooms, 2 full baths, pot lighting, oak hardwood flooring throughout. Fully finished basement with walkout. The men in the family will absolutely love the oversized attached garage and the lighting on the exterior of the house to play outside at night. Only 10 minutes to the 401. $349,900 MLS 12605023

Paula Bevens Rutter Sales Representative

Direct 613-583-2896

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

9 Commercial Court Napanee

613-354-5435

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685 CENTREVILLE ROAD

This rural home has undergone major renovations and is sure to please. All the quaint country charm is there, now accented by a tasteful modern interior with eye-pleasing features. Cheery south facing sunroom, large bright kitchen, spacious main bath with jet tub and a comfortable sunken family room. The second level has three bedrooms and a 2pc bath. Maintenance free exterior with vinyl siding and metal roof. Good well. Sitting on over 2 level acres of land with 3 outbuildings and panoramic countryside views, this attractive home is less than 15 minutes north of the 401. Asking $189,900 MLS 12605437 (K104 )

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Exceptional raised 3 yr Staikos Bungalow in a great location. All brick 3 bedrooms with large entrance Foyer. Open concept Kitchen, Family Room & Breakfast nook. Formal Dining Room, hardwood flooring throughout main level expect bedrooms. Ceramic in entrance & laundry and bathrooms. Basement framed and wired just needs drywall. Attached double garage. Fenced yard with pagoda and deck plus covered barbeque area. $40,000 spent on stonewalk, landscaping and fencing, roman pavers. Minutes to Napanee, close to 401, Kingston and Belleville. 30 mins to CFB Trenton and CFB Kingston. Shows to perfection. 4 yr Tarion warranty remaining $1000 bonus credited to buyer on closing. Seller says bring me an offer!!!! $320,000. MLS ® 12602749

Katie O’Toole & Paul Richardson, Sales Reps.

Office: 613-966-6060 Toll Free: 1-866-720-3598

357 Front St. Belleville

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149 BAYVIEW DRIVE 1100 sq ft elevated bungalow on large private lot with attached 2 car garage with basement entrance. This home features 3 bedrooms on main level with a 4pc and ensuite 2pc and 4th bedroom and 4 pc bath in basement along with a 45 ft by 13 ft recroom with bar area. Many recent renos inc some windows, roof painting laminate flooring. The property has mature trees and landscaping with a covered deck at rear and is a stones throw from Boat launch. Enjoy the water view. Asking $218,900. (K69) MLS 12603028

2598 COUNTY RD. 4 CAMDEN EAST Splendid early brick manse with massive limestone quoins. 3 bed, 1 1/2 bath, 2 FP c/w elegant mantels & cupboards, original windows 12/8 & 8/8. Very private grounds over 2 distinct lots in Camden East. “In the Rough” – extensive basic maintenance – awaiting final renovation. Come and see for yourself. MLS

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Call Barry Brummel, Sales Rep, 613-484-0933

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

BEAVER LAKE HOME • Waterfront on Beaver Lake • Gorgeous Landscaping • Well Maintained • 4 level Sidesplit • Multi-tier decking offers lots of privacy $425,000. MLS 12604409 Call Michele Heaney, Sales Rep, at 613-583-7253 or Peg Campbelton, Sales Rep, at 613-449-4200

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

9 Commercial Court Napanee 613-354-5435

STUNNING! All brick home features dardwood floors, Florida room, central air, emergency generator system, extensive decks, outside jacuzzi hot tub, new kit cupbds, all new windows, patio doors, newly drywalled & painted basement, new flooring. Southern exposure to watch the wildlife and pond. MLS 12604220 $269,900. See http://www.Obeo.com/727116 Call Robert Storring, Broker, Direct 613-379-2903

LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

44 Industrial Blvd. Napanee 613-354-4347

POTENTIAL PLUS! Excellent opportunity to run your own business right from home. Turnkey operation which includes the building, business, equipment and residential living space. The living space includes 2 levels with 3 bedrooms, large eat in kitchen with pine flooring and a spacious living/dining room with a large picture window facing west onto the beautiful backyard and gardens. Also a large double car garage with parking in the rear. Front offers a quaint eat in or take out, well established, fast food restaurant with tons of potential! Many updates include: newer central air, propane boiler, back roof, front step, flooring, water system, pizza oven, chicken fryer and so much more. Call today for more info! $199,900. MLS 12603179

Paula Bevens Rutter Sales Representative

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage

Direct 613-583-2896

9 Commercial Court Napanee

613-354-5435


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330 SKOOTAMATTA LAKE ROAD $239,000. MLS 12605365

534C COUNTY ROAD 15, TAMWORTH $425,000. MLS 12604409

1196 SWAUGER LAKE ROAD, N FRONTENAC $270,000. MLS 12605142

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7766 HIGHWAY 2, MARYSVILLE; $34,900 MLS 12603025 3 ACRES - CLARA STREET, STONE MILLS; $39,900 MLS 12601993 75 RIVER ROAD, NAPANEE $369,900. MLS 12602886

427 RED CEDAR POINT ROAD, YARKER $249,900. MLS 12603211

1316 HEAD ROAD, NORTH FRONTENAC $289,900 MLS 12605024

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685 CENTREVILLE RD This rural home has undergone major renovations and is sure to please. All the quaint country charm is there, now accented by a tasteful modern interior with eye-pleasing features. Cheery south facing sunroom, large bright kitchen, spacious main bath with jet tub and a comfortable sunken family room. The second level has three bedrooms and a 2pc bath. Maintenance free exterior with vinyl siding and metal roof. Good well. Sitting on over 2 level acres of land with 3 outbuildings and panoramic countryside views, this attractive home is less than 15 minutes north of the 401. Asking $189,900 (K104) MLS 12605437

33 SPLINTER DRIVE Nicely decorated townhouse/condo complete with 2 bathrooms, separate dining room, hardwood floor in living room. Fenced back yard with storage shed. Newer patio door, front door and not water tank. Partial finished basement. Perfect for first time buyers. Asking $132,500 (K105) MLS 12605478

Bob Rae Sales Rep 613-561-0907

Barry Brummel Sales Rep 613-484-0933

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Rick Gerow Sales Rep 613-329-9546

Sue Rankin Sales Rep 613-536-8589

Marten D. Lewis Sales Rep 613-539-9852

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2664 SWITZERVILLE RD Minutes from town, 3 bedroom 1400 sq. ft. bungalow on private well treed lot. Central air, central vac, new shingles, mostly all newer windows, 2 Piece ensuite, propane stove, large dining room, laminate flooring. Large deck at back. F.A.O. heating. Asking $174,900 (K102) MLS 12605387

1125 MOSCOW RD. STONE MILLS Century home - 5 generation home sitting on 80 acres of land near Varty Lake, just 20 minutes to Kingston. Has many uses with this 10,000 sq. ft. storage barn, large workshop and tool shed. New oil and wood furnace with new oil tank. Great for bed and breakfast, also for storage in this large barn. Much much more. Beautiful maple tree lined driveway. Asking $319,900. (K67) MLS 112602664

494 PALACE ROAD, NAPANEE Looking for a nice 3 + 1 elevated bungalow in town? This deceivingly large home is waiting for you. Open concept with separate dining room with fireplace. Large main floor family room. Florida room with hot tub opening to fenced landscaped backyard. Master bedroom has fireplace, ensuite and spacious walk-in closet. Large deck off the kitchen to do your bar-bquing. Located 1 minute from 401 for easy commute to Kingston or Belleville. Asking $269,900. (K86) MLS 12604710

216 CAMBERLEY CRES., KINGSTON Three bedroom, 2 bath side-split home in a desirable quiet neighborhood. Mature trees and large deck; fenced backyard complete with two storage sheds. Close to schools, shopping, park and much more. New roof in 2008. New electrical for laundry and den/office in 2011. Asking $269,900. (K95) MLS 12605047

5103 COUNTY ROAD 9 Spectacular waterfront property on north shore of Hay Bay. 144 feet level shoreline with deep water dock. also heated workshop at the water`s edge. Beautiful ranch style bungalow with deck the full width overlooking the water. Fully finished basement with walkout to sheltered patio. Oversized master bedroom with sliding doors to the balcony, ensuite and sitting area. large rec room with propane stove. Beautiful propane fireplace in living room. Landscaping shows pride of ownership with automated sprinkler system. This property and house are immaculate. Asking $429,900. (K96) MLS 12605060

196 E WHITE LAKE RD. Very well maintained year round cottage on Treed waterfront lot. Proportional joint ownership in Cedar Cove estates. Vaulted ceilings. Propane wall furnace and electric baseboard. Neat and tidy cottage plus bunkie. Private nicely landscaped setting. Co-ownership fees $250.00 yearly which covers maintenance of common road, well and well testing and hydro. Taxes - portion of the total billing.(first 2 of 4 installments for 2012 - $120.19 each.) Holding tank maintained by cottage owner. Asking $179,900. (K97) MLS 12605089

2215 COUNTY ROAD 11, SELBY Totally renovated from inside and out. Great for a new family, newer windows, new propane gas stove new flooring, paint, list goes on. Huge back yard, large attached garage. immediate possession. Call today for a viewing. Asking $98,900. (K34) MLS 12601227

140 CALDERWOOD DR., KINGSTON Looking for a student rental near St. Lawrence College, then this 4 bedroom + potential is for you. 3 minute walk to the college. Fully finished basement, 2 bathrooms. All windows and doors new in 2011. Hot water on demand. New 95% efficiency furnace and 2 tonne A/C. Roof 2007. This house is in excellent condition with great income potential. Asking $344,900. (K98) MLS #12605124

Centre street/County Rd 8 south 12.7 kms; turn right onto Cty Rd 8 for 4.7 kms, turn right onto South Shore Rd, travel 6.2 kms to 1438 South Shore Rd, (past Pickerel Park) 1438 SOUTH SHORE RD. Simply sensational! Perfect water view home for entertaining, yet so livable. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is the place for your growing family. Formal dining room, huge rec room with bar, attached garage. Many extras. Country setting just minutes from pickerel park. Go out to your gorgeous backyard with mature trees, large garden and berry bushes. Plenty of room to play. Asking $295,000. (K89) MLS 12604917

44 BONNYCASTLE CRT Looking for a friendly neighbourhood in an excellent location then this 3 bedroom bungalow is for you. Many upgrades in 2012 including most windows, 12` x 14` deck and main floor completely redecorated. Roof and A/C in 2000. Huge rec room with wet bar. Beautifully landscaped fenced yard to enjoy from your deck. This house sits in a prime park like location on a quiet street. Won`t last long. Asking $249,900. (K85) MLS 12604686

224 CENTRE STREET, NAPANEE Stately red brick in the center of Napanee. Classic Victorian architecture inside and out. High ceilings, ornate trim, crown molding, French doors & spacious layout. This well maintained 4 br, 4 bth home also features additional rooms that are zoned for and previously used as professional office space. Recent updates include roof shingles, hi-eff gas furnace & central air, interior paint and refinished hdwd flrs. Virtual tour http://www.Obeo.com/725610 Asking $319,900. (K80) MLS 12604219

4525 COUNTY RD 4 3 bedroom village home that has been completely renovated inside. new kitchen and flooring throughout. new well pump and pressure system, large 4 pc. bathroom with laundry on second floor. very nice large landscaped lot with beautiful mature maple trees. excellent well. home is tastefully decorated and ready for a new family. early possession available. Asking $159,900. (K78) MLS 12603940

209 KING ST., NAPANEE All brick 1200+ sq ft bungalow in a well established neighbourhood close to riverside parks and both shopping districts. This 3 bedroom, 1 ½ bath home has new roof shingles (12) hi-efficiency gas furnace (10), hardwood floors and central air. Former partition walls remain in the professionally waterproofed basement. Add your personal finishing touches and gain over 500 sq ft of living space. Asking $189,900. (K72) MLS 12603298

3781 COUNTY RD 9 Very nice 5 year old open concept 3 bedroom home 10 minutes from Napanee. Full length veranda on front and back of the house. Cathedral ceiling. Over sized insulated garage. Full unfinished basement with walk-out to garage. Carpet free. Excellent well, All this on almost 5 acres of level land close to Sherman`s Point boat ramp. Asking $219,900. (K79) MLS 12604091

9563 HIGHWAY #2 W. Very nice 1 1/2 storey home complete with 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, family room that leads out to a deck with 24` above ground pool, double car attached garage. A lot of upgrades include 200 amp wiring with additional set up for generator. 2011 new shingles on the front of the house. Solar set up to heat the pool. Most windows upgraded in 2006. Asking $175,500. (K88) MLS 12604885

264 COUNTY ROAD 16 Excellent starter home 5 minutes from Napanee N/W of Strathcona. Open concept 3 bedroom bungalow with large workshop. Nice set up for woodstove. Wrap around deck to enjoy the BBQ and views of surrounding area. 20 gpm - excellent well. Landscaped lot with many perennials. great place to start your family or to downsize. Lots of additional parking on side lot. Asking $144,900. (K63) MLS 12602189

8950 LOYALIST PKWY Wonderful 7 + acre waterfront property with 495 feet shoreline on Adolphustown Reach. Excellent 3 + 1 bedroom bungalow. Open concept kitchen, dining and living room. Florida room overlooking the water. Full finished basement with walkout. House has been continuously updated. Beautiful hardwood flooring in living room and ceramic in the basement. Possible 4+ acre severance with 250 feet of shoreline. Asking $419,900. (K60) MLS 12601952

11 BRIDGE STREET WEST, TAMWORTH Good elevated bungalow with detached garage/workshop. Roomy interior with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a 3 season sunroom. Main floor windows (10), Propane stove (09), roof shingles (05), flooring (05). Close to Supermarket, sports field and many other amenities in a very community minded village. Asking $174,900. (K100) MLS 12605193

106 BEVERLY ST., NAPANEE One of a kind, very large 4 bedroom home in a great location with all the extras. Large kitchen, formal diningroom, fireplace, 2 full baths and two half baths. main floor laundry, 2 car attached garage with paved drive. Much more to see. House in perfect condition. No smokers or pets have lived in. Asking $319,900. (K70) MLS 12603105

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75 UNION ST. Excellent 3 bedroom completely renovated open concept home in town. Everything is new from the furnace to the roof. Gas fireplace. Hardwood, ceramic & laminate flooring. All new windows plus new 3-season room & deck. 2 new bathrooms and main floor laundry. Ready for a new family. Call to view. Asking $194,900. (K28) MLS 12601025

47 PEARL STREET, DESERONTO Recent renovations and rear addition have transformed this 2 bedroom home just steps from waterfront park. Updates include: roof shingles & exterior siding and a completely refurbished interior. Very comfortable and efficient living with a view of the Bay of Quinte. Asking $132,900. (K99) MLS 12605190

62 DUNDAS ST. EAST, NAPANEE 60 seat family owned and operated restaurant fully equipped and operating presently along with 3 rental units apts All restaurant equipment included in price. List of equipment and operating costs are available at LBO. Asking $275,000. (K62) MLS 12602098

58 BEVERLY ST. NAPANEE Move right in and start enjoying this better than new home. This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home is tastefully decorated, well located and still under New Home Warranty. Open concept main living area with hdwd & cer flooring, patio door to large deck & fenced yard. Inside entry to 1.5 car garage. Spacious 2nd flr with huge master bedroom & walk-in closet. Situated & designed to maximize natural light throughout the day. Asking $269,900. (K101) MLS 12605251 Virtual Tour http://www.Obeo.com/710872


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306 CAMDEN RD. Looks can be deceiving. More room here than you think! Excellent 2 bedroom bungalow perfect for starter or retirement. Gas heat, paved drive. Great location walking distance to downtown. $139,900. (EX2889) MLS 12605287

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300 BRIDGE ST. W. - HOSTESS: JOHANNE BRUNNER Great location. Solid brick bungalow features 3 bedrooms up, 1 1/2 baths, hardwood under the carpet in the hallway and all bedrooms, large bright rec room, forced air gas and central air, single car garage with paved drive. A must to see. Call today for your personal viewing. Property being sold “as is, where is.” $209,900. (EX2894) MLS 12605411

1025 COUNTY RD. 1 EAST Century home situated on 12 acres of waterfront, very private setting, featuring 4 bedrooms 3 baths, 549 COUNTY RD 9 gleaming hardA rare find. 64 acres only 1 km from town. Features 3 bedroom bunwood floors, main floor family galow, 40x40 shop with 20 feet clear span, insulated and heated. Great barn with 5 stalls, tack room, hydro and water. This property room with fireplace and walkout to large deck. Formal dining room, balcony off also comes with a piece of waterfront. Possibilities are endless. master bedroom, 3 car garage plus a 2 car garage and separate workshop. This is a must to view!! $599,900. (EX2799) MLS 12603423

$349,900. (EX2771) MLS 12602361

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164A LASHER RD. Beautiful secluded, woodsy lot with sloping shoreline to excellent deep water for boating and fishing. Single sleeping cabin 8` x 10`, double sleeping cabin 396 DUNDAS ST. W. 10` x 10`, 3 decks, steel dock and boat lift, Affordable waterfront on the Napanee River. Beautiful waterfront lot pellet stove in living with mature perennial gardens and landscaping. 3 bedroom brick, 1 room. A must see!!! 1/2 storey. Many updates include kitchen, roof, bath, windows. A $189,900. (EX2895) must to see!. There is approximately 25` of crown land from the MLS 12605430 rivers edge. $239,900. (EX2884) MLS 12605252

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8 PINE GROVE RD Excellent solid brick bungalow in great location. Features 3 bedBeautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 baths country home. Large kitchen with built-in rooms up and 1 down, 2 full baths. Deck off large kitchen. Walk-out appliances, sunken family room. Lovely lot with gazebo, 2 car garage. basement with wood stove in the rec room and den area. Double Newer roof, furnace and A/C. $249,900. (EX2778) MLS 12602838 car garage. $279,900. (EX2803)

998 126B LASHERS RD CALLAGHAN Looking for prime RD. waterfront? Look no Lots of room to further. Winterized roam! Large 4 cottage, year round bedroom home, 2 access. Featuring bathrooms, bright large living room/dinfamily room, living ing room combo with room and den, 32 views of the water. x 40 shop with Walkout basement hydro. Great 1.5 319 CAMDEN RD with rec room. Great acre property Excellent starter or retirement home. 2 bedroom bungalow, new kitchen 2009, dock and boat lift with deep water. Massive quonset hut with wood- hardwood flooring in living room and dining room, new roof 2008, large 12’x16’ close to the 401. Property being sold “as is.” $189,900. (EX2891) stove on Long Reach. Don’t miss this one. $259,900. (EX2879) MLS 12605300 deck off kitchen, fenced yard. $169,900. (EX2790) MLS 12603189

789 COUNTY RD 9 Immaculate custom built 2500 sq. ft bungalow. Features 3 bedrooms, a den, 2.5 baths, open concept. Gourmet kitchen with granite countertop. Hardwood floors throughout, large master with walk-in closet, 5 piece ensuite and fireplace. Also fireplace in living room, main floor laundry, patio doors to covered stamped concrete porch. Double car garage. Fully finished rec room and 4th bedroom in basement, and a self contained in-law suite with a private entrance. Too many upgrades to list. Situated on almost 3 acres. $489,900. (EX2740) 12601578

132 RIVER RD 5388 sq. ft. limestone century home located on 480 rolling acres overlooking the Napanee River. Featuring 5 bedrooms, formal dining room, main floor family room and rec room, three woodburning fireplaces and 3.5 baths. The horse barn features 5 box stalls, tack room, hay storage overhead. Plus a horse barn that features 8 stalls plus a drive shed plus another drive shed with workshop. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own “A Mansion on a Hill” (EX2836) MLS 12604245 160 EAST ST Don’t miss this fabulous family home maintaining the original beauty of yesteryear. Features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen with in-floor radiant heat. Original hardwood flooring. Updates include new wiring and plumbing, new roof 2012. 16x32 in-ground pool, 12x18 workshop with loft. $289,900. (EX2801) MLS 12603522

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Great investment opportunity. Building is leased to a long term tenant. Lots of parking for 15 cars. Call for details. $399,900. (EX2746) MLS 12601695

Ground floor, 3 bedroom condo in Vyas Villa for rent. $1500/month plus hydro. Pick up rental application at office.

3232 SWITZERVILLE RD Isn’t this where you would like to live. How can you pass up the opportunity to own this custom built 3+1 bedroom home. The open concept main level has vaulted ceilings, wainscotting, a stone fireplace, eat-in kitchen with separate dining room and 2 full baths including a beautiful ensuite. This home offers a fully finished lower level with room for storage, gym, bar area, rec room, a large bedroom, office and half bath. Enjoy entertaining and BBQ`ing on your large back deck overlooking a crystal blue inground salt water pool in your own peaceful, private country setting. There are so many features in this spectacular home, you just have to see it! $389,900. (EX2857) MLS 12604734

Excellent 3 + 1 bedroom family home on hillside overlooking community park and river. Spacious eat-in kitchen, formal dining room with french doors to living room. Main floor family room, rec room with wood burning fireplace. Renovated bathrooms 2010, new roof 2009. Beautifully landscaped with paved drive. $236,900. (EX2680) MLS 11608463 Virtual Tour: www.toursrus.ca/23parkviewhill.tour.htm

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555 THIRD CONCESSION Looking for a pastoral retreat? Love to fish for pickerel and bass? 240 feet of sandy, clean waterfront. Gorgeous perennial gardens and fruit trees. This century farmhouse has a raised block foundation allowing for 7’6” ceiling in walkout basement. Newer steel roof. Call for your personal tour! $229,900. (EX2813) MLS 12603808

Year round home WATERFRONT offers 80’ of waterfront with 2532 COUNTY RD 4 panoramic views, great Excellent 3 bedroom fishing and boating access family room on a large to Napanee, Picton, corner lot. Features Belleville and Kingston. renovated kitchen, Open concept kitchen/dinpatio doors off dining ing/living room with main room to a covered floor laundry, 4 bedrooms patio, main floor laun(master with vaulted ceildry, detached garage. ing), 2 baths (one ensuite), 15 minutes to Kingston, 10 minutes and central A/C. Fully finished basement with in-law suite, laundry, kitchen/bar, to Napanee. A must to gas fireplace and walkout to 14’ x 28’ in-ground pool. Covered marine rail syssee! $184,900. tem, dock, boat lift, sprinkler system, wrap-around deck and 2 car garage. (EX2842) MLS Many upgrades include new roof, oil tank, pool pump, tile and hardwood floors throughout main level. $374,900. (EX2655) MLS 11607899 12604421

17 SOUTHWOOD CRES. Immaculate 1410 sq.ft. bungalow. Features open concept kitchen, living room and dining room. A large walkout deck off of the dining room with a 3 season gazebo. Beautiful bamboo flooring. Gas fireplace in living room, 2 full bathrooms, gas heat, central air, and a walkout basement. All of this in a desirable neighbourhood and close to town! $264,900. (EX2864) MLS 12604884

273 THOMAS ST., DESERONTO Great value here. 4 bedroom family home features 2 full baths, formal dining room, newer roof, updated kitchen, new carpet upstairs, 9396 COUNTY ROAD 2 wood stove in living room. A must to Grand 2 storey, 5 bedroom in a fabulous park-like setting with incredible water views. Very spacious home with many upgrades including kitchen and 2 piece see!! $149,900. (EX2848) MLS washroom, hardwood floors and newer windows. Huge 2700 sq. ft. 2 storey outbuilding. Would make an ideal building for home business or workshop. 1260450 $244,900. (EX2783) MLS 12602978

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39 DONAHUE ST Looking to live on the water? All the rights of full ownership without the price. Excellent 3 bedroom bungalow. Enjoy the view of the water from almost every room. Large 42’ x 21’ deck, great for entertaining. Year round access. Ownership is a shareholder basis registered as Beaver Trace (549321 Ontario Ltd.) and access to common area ($204/year maintenance). $139,900. (EX2809) MLS 12603680

56 SLASH RD. Location, locations, location! Excellent family home with lots of room to roam. Large in-town lot, lots of privacy, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, large 25 & 27 ADVANCE AVE. 25 Advance Avenue 3600 sq. ft. garage with 4 bays, 2 offices, plus a separate Excellent Main Street location, next to Tim Hortons. Featuring 4900 kitchen, gas fireplace in living room and another gas fireplace in the lot that is fully fenced. Land, building and equipment. The building can be pur- sq. ft. building in good condition, 3 bay doors. Asking $390,000. bright cozy rec room. Extra lower level for a games room or room for the kids to play. Don’t miss this one! $263,900. (EX2858) MLS 12604754 chased with or without equipment. $449,900. (EX2845) MLS 12604440 Must be sold! Open for offers. (EX2890) MLS 12605290

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A RARE FIND. Unbelievable 300’ of water frontage on Hay 8 ACRES of prime commercial land. Services at lot line. LOOKING TO BUILD YOU DREAM HOME but want to Bay, deep water. Build your dream home on this 2.26 acres. Located just off 41 Highway on VanLuven Road. be close to Town. Look no further. Great building lot on Enjoy the spectacular views. $249,900. MLS 12603942 $240,000. MLS 12603946 Little Creek Street 246’ x 150’ with a great well. Lots of water. $49,900. (EX2554) MLS 11605733 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this 200’ by 4 acre Great in-town building lot with a total of 2.6 acres. New prime waterfront lot on Hay Bay. Sandy shoreline, level driveway being installed. Build your dream home today. EXCELLENT WATER FRONT approved for 12 unit apartlot. Listing is conditional on severance and survey. $49,000. (EX2720) MLS 12600982 ment. Building includes all engineered plans, or build your $189,900. MLS 12603817/12603819 dream home. Call for more details, GST applicable on the EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT located on Robert Street subject property. $225,000. (EX2018) MLS 10601641 ATTENTION!! Pick your spot to build your dream home just north of Graham Street. 50` x 106`. Level lot. $46,900 If you like wide open spaces, this building lot is perfect for on this picture perfect 19 acre building lot located just min- (EX2545) MLS 11605554 you. Build you dream home on this very nice, level lot and utes north of Napanee. Enjoy nature at its best. You will have lots of privacy. Entrance driveway is in. Good wells Great 15 acre building lot with lots of privacy. Just minutes have space to roam. New well and entrance to be installed. Taxes to be assessed. $49,900. (EX2780) MLS have been obtained on neighbouring lots. $49,900. from town. $48,900. (EX2779) MLS 12602858 12602859 (EX2748) MLS 12601770

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME, very private. 6 acres was BUILD YOU OWN DREAM HOME on this beautiful 63 a former sand pit, yet still on a public road. $29,900. acre parcel. Approx. 30 acres of workable and 13 acres of (EX2543) MLS 11605474 cedar, pine, and spruce. Remaining is brush. $99,900. (EX2768) MLS 12602220 PRISTINE WATERFRONT LOT with well. Ready to build on! Barn currently on property to be removed. Call today EXCELLENT WATERFRONT approved for 12 unit apartfor details. $239,000. (EX2487) MLS 11604152 ment. Building includes all engineered plans, or build your dream home. Call for more details, GST applicable on the 82 ACRES on Shermans Point with 332 feet of prime subject property. $240,000. (EX2021) MLS 10601654 waterfront. Build your dream waterfront home on the secluded wooded lot at the very end of the road. Good GOOD 2 ACRE PARCEL of industrial land cleared and possibilities of developing the remaining acreage with ready to build on. Water and sewer at the front of the prop4560 feet of Town Road frontage. Zoned rural with a tiny erty. Call for more details. $82,900. (EX2019) MLS bit of E.P. GST is applicable. $399,900. (EX2577) MLS 10601646 11606226


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SELLER MOTIVATED! Great choice for first time homeowner or those looking for easy living on one floor! Super garage where one can putter their days away. Conveniently located near downtown. Super place to live. $159,000. MLS 12603885

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29 LUFFMAN RD, MARLBANK YOUR SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT HOME HAS ENDED! This home has loads of room and tons of privacy. Just 20 minutes from town. You can entertain in your rec room or just kick back and enjoy the tranquility of this fabulous home. Surrounded by matures trees, this home can be your personal oasis! $195,500. MLS 12604809

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Excellent high end commercial building with great 401 exposure and over 13 acres of property, over 3000 sq. ft. of space with 3 baths, separate reception areas and numerous offices, radiant in floor heat and propane fireplaces. Seperate 56 ft x 80 ft outbuilding with oversize loading doors. Building has many potential uses and with excellent visibility to the 401 makes this the wise choice for your business exposure. $2,400. MLS 11604867

MINT CONDITION BUNGALOW

Former model home bungalow in excellent location. Interior features 3 bedrooms, master with walk-in closet & full ensuite. Large eat-in kitchen with patio doors to your deck with gas bbq hookup. Main floor laundry, hardwood & ceramic floors throughout, gas heat & central air, unspoiled basement with rough-in for 3rd bath. Attached 3 car garage with entrance to house. No neighbours on one side and parkland behind the house makes this the one to buy! Still under Tarion warranty. $289,900. MLS 12602167

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81 HINCHEY RD. 3+1 bedroom home in country. Older bungalow with carport, 2 car detached and heated garage, 1 single car garage. Main floor is hardwood throughout, wood combination furnace. Close commute to Napanee or Belleville. $179,900. (EX2892) MLS 12605364

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Absolutely mint condition home. Walk in the door to this open concept slab on grade bungalow with in-floor heat, 3 bedrooms, full ensuite bath, hardwood & ceramic througout, patio door off kitchen to large deck with pergola. Newer high end woodstove installed. Double car garage has infloor heating as well. Over an acre of property for your privacy. $216,000. MLS 12602239

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2+1 bedroom waterfront bungalow. All brick with complete walkout with in-law suite. Upper and lower garage. Open concept with hardwood throughout. Many updates. Central location with park nearby. Good waterfront property on town services. $299,900. (EX2840) MLS 12604403

372 DESHANE RD, MARLBANK Nature at your doorstep with this private setting. 3 year old, 4 bedroom bungalow, hardwood floors and wrap-around deck to enjoy wildlife. 1200 sq. ft. Open concept kitchen, dining room, living room. High efficiency propane furnace and large lower level bedroom. Seclusion at its best. $199,000. (EX2797) MLS 12603387

Immediate possession. 5 bedroom home with good central location. Lots of renovations and tastefully decorated to compliment the character. Fully fenced back yard, single car garage, large deck at rear. 100 amp service, F.A. gas heat. A must to see! $175,900. (EX2781) MLS 12602966

This 2 bedroom, 1 bath modernized four season cottage is surrounded by trees and a spectacular view with 120’ of supreme Bay of Quinte shoreline. Interlocking patio leads to seawall and 60’ dock to hot spot for bass, walleye, pike, etc. Property is meticulously maintained and boasts gleaming laminate floors, electric fireplace, loads of closets, open concept kitchen and living room, granite top in bathroom, new appliances, large shed. New steel boat lift added in ‘09 for larger boats for your family pleasure. $299,900. (EX2832) MLS 12604181 www.paradiseonbayofquinte.com

95 ACRES Unique recreational property 45 minutes north of Napanee. 2 small cabins, both with hydro, 1886 and 1885 Flinton Road. 1886 has well and septic, 2500’ of road frontage on Flinton Road, has its own little private lake (approximately 15 ares). A must to see. Immediate possession. $179,000. (EX2782) MLS 12602992

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I/G POOL - DETACHED GARAGE

Tremendous value in this home. Located only 10 minutes north of Napanee. This home features 3 bedrooms, newly renovated bath with soaker tub, large country kitchen with wood stove, newer windows, spacious living room, carpet free home with newer flooring. Exterior features detached garage with woodstove, fully fenced yard with inground pool and poolhouse change room. Enjoy those campfires in your own backyard oasis. All appliances included. $179,900. MLS 11606638

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2918 BIG CREEK RD Excellent 3 bedroom home 5 minutes from Napanee. Home has been completely renovated and updated with large addition, newer large detached workshop (heated). This is a must to see. All appliances included in purchase price. Master bedroom walk-through $229,900. (EX2881) MLS 12605222

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COUNTY RD. 41 Acres fronts on 2 roads (2750’ on #41 Hwy., 750’ plus on Goodyear Road). Zoned M1 industrial. 1 mile north of Napanee. Close to 401 access. $329,900. (EX2712) MLS 12600763

2 bedroom bungalow, large living room and extra large eat-in kitchen. Main floor laundry. Extra large town lot. Roof, furnace and windows updated. $134,900. (EX2696) MLS 12600429

MCKEOWN DRIVE RD. 2 acre building lot on McKeown Drive Road. Gradual sloping lot. Well treed with newer home. Dead-end street, local traffic minimum. Home to be constructed 1800 sq. ft., M.F. New survey, well drilled 10 gpm. Entrance and road up to Township standard. Sell will hold mortgage to qualified buyers. $39,900. (EX2716) MLS 12600934

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9658B HIGHWAY 33 Executive, custom built bungalow on 5 1/2 acres. Eat-in kitchen and separate dining room with views of Lake Ontario. Large family room with wood fireplace and walkout to private patio. Some frontage on Lake Ontario overlooking serene bay with several swans. Many upgrades. Call for more info. $319,900. (EX2835) MLS 12604235 http://www.toursrus.ca/9856Bhwy33/tour.htm

65 KING RD. Well constructed bungalow on 1+ rolling acres, treed lot just north of Tweed. Open concept kitchen/dining and grand room with stone fireplace and kitchen island. Hardwood and ceramic flooring. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths - 4 piece ensuite. Courtyard with fish pond. Double garage. $284,900. (EX2810) MLS 12603707

164 KIMMETT SIDE RD You own the lot with this starter modular home 2 minutes north of 401. Updates include windows 2010, F.A.O. furnace 2011. 2 bedrooms, reasonable taxes and municipal services on this roomy lot. $124,000. (EX2773) MLS 12602476

7187 COUNTY RD. 2 Well built and maintained brick bungalow between Napanee and Kingston. 3 bedrooms, attached garage, central air, oil furnace and wood furnace (with wett cert), 5000 watt generator backup. Built-in dishwasher, lower level bath with 2 person jacuzzi, 100 amp, beautifully landscaped, new survey. $199,900. (EX2855) MLS 12604714

NEW LISTING 2 LARGE BUILDING LOTS in popular recreational area. Totally cleared and ready for your dream home. Water access nearby. Minutes south of Napanee. Setbacks for building purposes to be verified. $22,900. (EX2863) MLS 12604873; (EX2862) MLS 12604872

61 ORCHARD DR. 2 bedroom bungalow on a cul de sac. Ideal starter or retirement home. Great location, very affordable (heating, etc.). Updates: windows, cupboards, furnace, electrical service. 20’ x 14’ totally insulated and finished detached building ideal for extra living area. $159,000. (EX2807) MLS 12603646

NEW PRICE

Stunning all brick waterfront home. Hot tub on your back deck, own dock. New wood floors throughout the upper level, gas fireplace in living room, lg eat in kitchen with newer custom cherry cupboards and built in appliances, master bedroom has patio doors to deck overlooking water, newly renovated ensuite bath with walk in shower, main floor laundry. Large rec room with walkout basement with the attached double car garage & single garage with door to backyard for storing your boat. Call to view! MLS 12605034 $374,900.

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FABULOUS CORNER LOT to build your new home. Located in the charming village of Enterprise. Existing well on property as well as mature spruce trees. One block from playground and rec park. $22,900. MLS 12602175

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9469 HIGHWAY 33 Unique property on Loyalist Parkway consisting of two deeded parcels. Abundance of road frontage. Total of 133.9 acres and dwelling plus out buildings. New forced air oil/wood combo furnace 2010, new roof and windows in 2011. $470,000. (EX2893) MLS 12605409

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THIRD FLOOR CONDO! Here's a great opportunity in a secure waterfront building with elevator. Take a stroll on the boardwalk or take in music at the park! This unit features a generous sized master bedroom with ensuite bath and walk-in closet. Second bedroom has sliding doors with stunning views. Laundry facilities in your own unit. Offered at $156,900. MLS 12604304

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

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39 ALNET, BELLEVILLE Immaculate bungalow in West Park Village. Forced air gas, central air and central vac. Gorgeous landscaping with private, fenced rear yard and 2 storage sheds. Maintenance free. Newly paved drive. New roof ordered to be installed in May or June. Survey available. $194,500. (EX2806) MLS 12603576


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Plenty of room at the Top of the Town! BuIldING “HAS ALL THE I WANTS!” loT 80 ft. x 57 Palace Road 291 old HaMBuRG Road - $499,900. $179,900. 200 ft. The ambiance of old and new! The moment 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Hay Bay you step into this blissfully serene home, the Huge laundry room on main area. rush and confusion of every day’s routine floor. Beautifully renovated Priced to melt away. 5+ acres, 3 car garage with studio and restored to like-new consell. above, wrap around veranda, cherry and dition - new plumbing, new electrical, furnace, central air, windows. You have to see it! Fenced rear yard to keep $10,900. douglas fir trim and cupboards. It’s just plain family pet safe. (eX2849) MlS 12604526 beautiful. (eX2876) MlS 12605131

3 cedaR ST. - $114,900. Friendly senior’s community on municipal services. Sunroom leading to deck. Main floor laundry. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer included. (eX2854) MlS 12604607

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197 KING STReeT $229,900. Excellent neighbourhood. Appliances included. Attached garage, FA gas heat, central air. Newer windows, soffit & eaves, 585 WeSTPlaIN RoadM - $109,900. 3 bedroom home with attached garage. Workshop garage door, roof shingled in June this year. (barn) 40’ x 22’. Village setting north of Napanee. Main floor family room. Basement rec room. Fixer upper being sold “as is.” Call Bill today for your (eX2888) MlS 12605378 showing. (eX2841) MlS 12604406

COUNTRY BUNGALOW

NEW LISTING

Beautiful ranch bungalow nestled on 2 acres with flagstone landscaping and picturesque gardens. Home has stunning craftsmanship with open concept kitchen, formal living and dining room, oversize master bedroom with ensuite and doors to patio. 3 other large bedrooms.

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GREAT FAMILY HOME

Ready for a new family, this 2 year old, 2 storey semi, has an open concept kitchen with 3 appliances included and an island for added work space, dining area and the living room. Has patio doors to the spacious deck for entertaining. Upstairs has upgraded carpeting, 3 good sized bedrooms with master having cheater ensuite. Main floor has laundry and 2 pc. bathroom, Great location on a quiet cul de sac close to shopping and CFB Kingston. mls 12605280

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$244,900

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Wonderful family home with newer roof (08), 3 bedrooms up, new 4 pc bathroom (11), newer kitchen (08), dining room and living room and 2 pc. bathroom, main floor family room with fireplace and patio doors off to your private landscaped backyard. New carpeting upstairs (11) and min floor laminate (11) Finished basement with rec. room, 2 spare bedrooms, laundry and 2 pc. bath.

SOLAR INCOME

Nestled in on 5 acres is this wonderful family home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen with island and patio doors, large garage with workshop, above-ground pool to enjoy in the summer. Property has Solar Power System Contract producing income. mls 12600735

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VaRTy laKe coTTaGe Very nice 2 bedroom cottage on Varty Lake. Nicely treed large lot and just a short drive from Kingston or Napanee. All contents and paddle boat are included so just walk in and enjoy it. $119,900. MlS 12605492

aTTeNTIoN FIRST TIMe BuyeRS Nice little 1 1/2 storey home in the older section of downtown Napanee. 3 bedrooms, nice living room and dining area. Old attached garage was converted to a large workshop/storage area. Older back porch could make a nice screened-in area with little effort, and nice newer sunroom on the south side makes this a perfect home for the first time home buyer. $149,900. MlS 12605110

138 McQuay Road Lovely 3 bedroom bungalow sitting on 1.5 acres of manicured property. 2 generous sized bedrooms on the main level and one larger bedroom on the lower level. Nice living area, large eat-in kitchen, very bright sunroom, large recreation room, and a two car attached garage complete the package. MlS 12604769 $229,900.

61 acReS - Palace Road This unique parcel is right in town with municipal services directly across the street. 1883 ft street frontage provides tremendous potential for residential development. Included is a 4 bedroom century limestone home and a 48’x60’ post and beam barn in good condition. This is a beautiful elevated setting with great views over the town and is fully surveyed. Call for details. MlS 12600242 $499,900.

63 WaTeRcoMBe Road “Treetops”, as it is known, offers complete privacy on the prestigious deep water Long Reach of the Bay of Quinte. This unique family compound boasts extensive up-to-date restoration and additions and sleeps 12 people easily including separate bunkie. Beautiful rooms with beamed ceilings and the finest workmanship are enhanced by two fireplaces at either end of the four-season cottage. Extensive decking, just updated in Trex, showcases the fabulous views and unforgettable sunsets. Maintenance is top notch. MlS 12605273 $519,000. Virtual Tour: myvisuallistings.com/vt/62857

JuST NoRTH oF BelleVIlle Lovely bungalow on a very large picturesque lot. Complete with attached 2 car garage, lots of parking. Good well, interlocking walkways and a large rear deck. Roof is about 8 years old and all windows are newer except for 3. All appliances and window coverings are included. Home is dated and will need updating, but is a good value at this price. MlS 12603765 $188,900.

WaTeRFRoNT coTTaGe A nice little 2 bedroom cottage on the north shore of White Lake just west of Erinsville. This rustic cottage has a newer roof and sits close to the water. This would be a great getaway spot for the handyman. MlS 12601917 $119,900.

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256 duNdaS ST. WeST A wonderful late nineteenth century character home. Spacious four bedroom centre hall plan. Has a second living unit with private entrance. Formal living and dining rooms, modern oak kitchen, upgraded windows. Refinished woodwork. Oversized town lot with mature trees and a good 2 storey garage/barn/workshop. A unique property. MlS 11606870 $269,900. Virtual Tour myvisuallistings.com/vt/64702.

RIVeRVIeW FaRM A truly unique historic property with all the modern amenities. Riverview estate sits on 27 acres of parkland on the edge of Greater Napanee. This pristine home includes a two-storey barn, restored carriage house and a three bedroom, two bath guest cottage. Riverview has immense appeal for the buyer wanting the best in location, elegance, privacy and history. MlS 12605272 $879,000. Virtual Tour: myvisuallistings.com/vt/62882

aRdeN BeauTy Open concept two bedroom beauty in Arden. This home was completely rebuilt in 2009 and is very modern with newer windows and appliances, large open concept kitchen and living area. 2 skylights, 1 1/2 baths, 2 generous sized bedrooms with the master having a walk-in closet. This home is also wheelchair accessible on both levels. MlS 12604623 $149,900.

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Midget Express bound for Nationals Napanee goes undefeated to claim Ontario’s top seed By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER he Grant’s Insurance Napanee Midget Express softball team overachieved at eliminations this weekend in New Dundee, qualifying and then some. Needing at least a fourth place finish to advance to Nationals, the Express rattled off five straight wins to claim the top seed. They’ll now represent Ontario at the Pepsi U-18 Men’s Fastpitch Championships in Fredericton, N.B. Aug. 6-12. “Our goal of qualifying was important but after that happened the guys really just wanted to send a message to the rest of the teams in Ontario,” said Express head coach Mike Bolton. “When we went to the undefeated game, we already knew we were qualified but we played what's considered to be one of the top pitchers in Ontario with New Hamburg. We actually beat them 11-4 in a shortened game. It was exactly what we wanted to do.” Cole Bolton pitched the

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Local golfer looks to follow Tiger’s path Whalen to play U.S. Jr. Am By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER SPORTS Napanee golfer Josh Whalen will attempt to add his name to an elite list next week, as he prepares to tee off at the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship in New Hampshire. Past winners of the exclusive tournament include Tiger Woods, David Duvall, Hunter Mahan and Jordan Spieth. The tournament is only open to amateurs who are 17 and under with a United States Golf Association Handicap Index below 6.4. Whalen earned his spot in the tournament by shooting a 70 and 71 in a qualifying tournament in Aurora, Ohio, joining the field of 152 competitors. “It should be a good tournament and it was certainly nice to qualify,” said Whalen. “It was my only try that I'm going to get at it so I'm looking forward to it. It's certainly going to be a good experience no matter what happens.” At 17 years of age, he'll be too old to compete next year. “There’s certainly a lot of history in (the U.S. Junior Amateur),” said Whalen, referencing the current stars who took part in their teens. “I don’t want to play it up or anything

like that but it'll certainly be the biggest junior tournament I ever play.” The tournament will run July 16-21, starting with two stroke play rounds with the top 64 advancing to match play. Whalen has never played the 7,175 yard par 36-36 Golf Club of New England course, but has seen photos. He’ll get two practice rounds before it starts to count. “It looks like it’s going to be pretty long, I imagine it’ll be pretty tough,” Whalen said of the course. “It just makes you use all the clubs in your bag. Instead of having wedges you have got to be hitting long irons on the par fours.” Statistically speaking, just qualifying for the tournament in an accomplishment in itself as more than 3,000 amateurs made an attempt. That doesn't mean Whalen is satisfied just yet. “You can’t just show up and be happy to be there,” he said. “You got to be there to play some good golf. You got to have the right mind set. It'd be great to get into the top 64 and play a couple of matches.” Serving as Whalen’s caddy will be fellow Napanee-based golfer Ryan Desveaux.

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Mike Jordan lead all Express batters with a .572 average in five games during the National eliminations this weekend. tournament clinching game on Sunday, earning a 6-4 win over Caledonia, his third win of the weekend. He was awarded the Barry

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No place like home for Augusta James Bath golfer aims to defend provincial crown at Loyalist GCC By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER SPORTS hortly after winning the 2011 Investor’s Group Women's Amateur Championship, golfer Augusta James began looking ahead to July 17, 2012. That’s because she knew she’d get to live the dream of defending a provincial title on the Loyalist Golf and Country Club, the same course she grew up playing. Needless to say, she knows it well. “I’m really excited to play at Loyalist,” said James. “I’m really excited for people to come and see what Loyalist has to offer because I'm really proud of the course and the community. It’s just nice to have people come and see what we see everyday. Having a home field advantage is obviously a major advantage. I just need to keep my cool and treat it like any other tournament.” Trying to deny James’ repeat performance will be

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goal for this year is the same as it was last year, and that’s to try and win and play my hardest and see where I end up at the end of the week.” At just 19-years-old,

James has already had a prolific career on the links on both Canadian and American courses as well as a few European ones.

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Eric Morgan picked up wins in Games 2 and 4, beating Tavistock 9-3 and New Hamburg 11-4. The Express swung hot bats the entire weekend as evident by their combined 42 runs in just five games. Coach Bolton pointed to the fact that they spent the past two months playing in a men’s league as the reason they mashed the ball.

“We’re used to a lot faster pitching and we were able to see the ball better,” said Bolton. “We were able to adjust a little bit. The other thing is the men’s teams don’t make many mistakes. With midget teams we forced them to throw the ball to the wrong spots and we forced them to do things you know you can never get a men’s team to do.” Mike Jordan and Cole Bolton paced the offense with a .572 and .563 average respectively. Morgan and Sloan Creighton were an even .500, with five and eight hits respectively.

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defense played really well,” said Jarrell. Before the game the Outlaws juggled their started positions a bit in an effort to strengthen their back line which had struggled in practice. It paid dividends. “That was the difference in the game as all five our trys were scored by backs,” said Jarrell. “Not taking anything away from our forwards, but I think we really out classed (Cornwall) in the backs.” Now a perfect 5-0 on the season, the Outlaws are now into the portion of the schedule where they face opponents they saw in the first half. “I think it’s easier to play teams, in this league anyway, the second time

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In her rookie season at North Carolina State she toppled school records with a 77.73 stroke average. Still, she says nothing compares to playing at home in front of friends and family. “That’ll be really special because not everybody gets to see what I do on a regular basis,” said James. “For them to come see me means a lot to me. It means they really support me.” Carrying her clubs will be her NDSS golf team coach, Mike Hartwick, who has continued to help her even in her post-secondary career. “He’s a great golfer and a great caddy,” said James. “It’s really special to have your first choice on your bag.” The tournament will get underway on Tuesday and run through Thursday, and is free to the public. It’s a great chance for anyone who hasn’t seen the course to get a look at the

gem which is nestled beside Lake Ontario. It’s been home to several big name events over the years and in 2014 will host the Great Waterway Classic. As much as James has been looking forward to her home town tournament, it’s by no means the only thing on her plate. This weekend she will head to New Jersey to try and qualify for the U.S. Amateur. Later this summer she'll try to qualify for the Canadian Amateur as well. She isn’t the only member of her family to have success on the links either, as her younger brother Austin recently expressed a verbal commitment to play for South Carolina’s Charleston Southern University in 2013. He has qualified for the Ontario Junior Boys Championship. Later this month he’ll take part in the Canadian Junior Boys Championship which will take place July 30 to Aug. 3 in Bridgewater N.S.

around,” said Jarrell. “I’m sure they’d probably say the same thing about us. At the beginning of the year you don’t know what to expect from certain teams like Cornwall...now we know who to key on and that sort of thing.” With their playoff ticket punched the Outlaws need just one more win to secure home field advantage in the semifinal. The Outlaws will have two games do it, facing Brockville on the road July 21 and hosting Gatineau on July 28. They’ll enjoy a bye this weekend. While just one win will home field advantage, that's not good enough for the Outlaws. They’re looking to close out the season with a perfect record.

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It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Whalen, as last Thursday he made a verbal commitment to join Kent State University’s golf program in 2013. Their golf program is regarded as one of the premier Division I programs. He still has one year left at Napanee District Secondary School, where he is one of the best players on the NDSS Golden Hawks golf team. “I’m looking forward to that,” Whalen says of head-

ing to the States for school. “I’ve got a year to get ready and get my game ready so I can make an impact.” Later this month he’ll head to Bridgewater N.S. to take part in the Canadian Junior Boys Championship, July 30 to Aug. 4. Despite his recent success, not much has changed in Whalen's li e. He still helps out at the Napanee Golf and County Club, assisting in Milt Rose's golf camp. He credits Rose and his staff for helping him get to where he is and is eager to assist the next crop of young golfers.

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By Cathy Hunter SPECIAL TO THE BEAVER ast week’s Tuesday evening ladies night was cancelled due to rain. Wednesday morning Anne Fair was the winner of the putts game with 14 puts. The 64 men present for Men’s Night Thursday were reminded of the Nine and Dine July 29. Guest Rich Dodds was introduced. Main sponsor for the evening of 2-man team, low net, best ball, was CTC Gas Bar. Overall low net

for the night was Doug Murison with 29.5. The 11 winning teams are listed in order. They were: Dick and Rich Dodds, 26; John Smith and Bud Acton, 26; Bob Kerr and Len Joyce, 27; Dave Travers and Dennis Snider, 27; Murray Hallday and Gary Holmes, 27; Jim Dobbin and Mike Hartwick, 27; Doug Murison and John Deren, 29; Harvey Rombough and Glen Piper, 27; Al MacGregor and Gene Beyba, 29; Brian Kaye and Mark Hudgins, 29; Scott Carpenter and Jim Donovan, 29.

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1370 WHITE tractor, 2-wheel drive, 62 hp, good condition. Call 613-373-9348. 2011 HAY alfalfa mix, 3x3x7 bales, first cut, $45; second cut, $50. Murray and Dean Head, 613-476-6446. 2012 HAY, alfalfa/grass mix, 3’x3’x7’, $60 each. Murray and Dean Head, 613-476-6446. 4X5 ROUND bales, in the field. Call 613-354-5484. ASP CONTRACTORS, airless spray painting, power washing, barns, houses, factories, etc. Corn, glass and sandblasting, new steel roofs installed, roofs screwnailed and boards replaced, eavestroughs and gutter guards installed. Call George, 1-800-589-1375, cell 613827-8485. E-mail: georgewickens@hotmail.com BARN REPAIRS, steel roofs repaired or replaced, barn boards replaced, beam repairs, sliding doors, eavestroughs, screwnailing, painting, sandblasting, etc. Call John, 613-392-2569. CUSTOM COMBINING. Call 613536-9435. HAY ALFALFA/TIMOTHY mix, 4x4 HC round bales, $20 each. Murray and Dean Head, 613-476-6446. HOARD’S LIVESTOCK auction every Tuesday, For marketing and trucking information, call Murray Jackson, 613-354-6713. HORSE HAY, square bales, no rain; hay elevator; hay mower. Call 613-354-2406. SPRAY PAINTING, roofs and sides, screwnailing steel roofs, 5” and 6” seamless eavestroughs, soffits, facia and gutter guard installed or delivered, free estimates. 1-877-490-9914. THE CORNER Restaurant, Tamworth now has a tack room, halters, cross ties, trailer ties and western boots, etc.

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TRACTOR FORD TW-5, 4-wheel drive, cab, 3,400 hours, $18,000; Gleaner K Combine with 10’ grain head, $3,000; Ford 5000 tractor, as is, $5,000 or best offer for each. 613-388-2461. 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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2012 DAILY Date books are still available, only 2 left at half price. Our front office has a variety of office supplies including table paper. You can place an order with us for wedding invitations and accessories, business cards and address labels. If what you require is not in stock, we will be glad to order the item for you. The Napanee Beaver, 613-354-6641, ext. 101.

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WOOD HEAT SOLUTIONS

2012 Spring Savings Sale! Factory incentives up to $1,400 or Trade out discounts up to $1,500 on the purchase of an E-classic.

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

MOTORCYCLE, 2000 Yamaha VStar 650 Classic, black, 24,000 km, excellent condition, $3,500 certified. 613-476-5509.

BOATS & MOTORS

1962 18’ Grew Cruiser Lap Strake Mahogany interior, 4 cyl, 60 hp, Volvo Penta inboard, 2nd owner (stored for 20 years), excellent condition for restoration, $4,500. Brad, 613-373-2227. PONTOON BOAT, 19’ Princecraft with 40 hp Mercury, 2 years old. Beaver Lake, 613-379-2422.

TRAILERS

2009 COLEMAN tent trailer with slide-out, king beds and sofa, showroom condition, call for details, $8,900 firm. 613-388-2490. 29’ TERRY Taurus trailer, screen room, deck, patio, sleeps 6. Call 613-328-1809 or 613-634-0999.

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1992 OLDS Cutlass Convertible, decent shape, $3,500 or best offer. Call 613-354-1244. 1998 DODGE 2500 Series, 4x4, $1,500; 2000 GMC truck, excellent condition. Call 613-530-5859. 2003 AVALANCHE, safetied and e-tested, $7,500. Call 613-3882490. AUTO PARTS, new and used, auto and truck parts, we buy scrap metals. Cars and trucks wanted. 816 Goodyear Road, Napanee. Call Parts-A-Plenty Inc. 613-2422326, 1-888-689-1795. Yes, we have tires. CARS AND trucks wanted for scrap or recycling, we buy scrap metals, free pickup or you bring in. Mike, 613-561-8445 or Dan, 613929-7572 or 1-800-890-4075, Ext. 122, evenings.

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NAPANEE, COMMERCIAL storefront, 600 sq ft, downtown, prime location, $575 plus, suitable for boutique, retail or office. 613-5394847. NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN boutique retail/professional space, large display window, busy street, 400 sq ft, $475 inclusive. 613-539-4847. NAPANEE, DUNDAS Street, retail/office space, 900 sq ft plus basement, display window, $675 plus. 613-539-4847.

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1-2 BEDROOM apartment, downtown Napanee, security entrance, parking, $600 plus monthly, available immediately. For viewing call Mark, 613-388-2953. 2 ONE bedroom apartments, private entrance, ground level, parking, laundry facility available, $675 and $775, all inclusive, no smoking, no pets, first/last months rent required, available August 1st, great for seniors. 613-888-4303 or 613-354-4149. 3,400 SQ ft of office space for lease, in Napanee. Call for details, 613-354-5439. 9 CENTRE Street, 2 bedroom apartment, $1,200 inclusive, 5 appliances, 2 bathrooms, parking, A/C, balcony, on Napanee River. Contact Lamb Property Management, 613-546-6624, ext. 21. ADULT BUILDING, 1 bedroom apartment, very quiet, parking, laundry facilities, available August 1st, first/last, references. 613-546-6868.

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ADULT BUILDING, 2 bedroom apartment with balcony, laundry facilities, parking, $875 inclusive. Call 613-354-0175. ASSISTED LIVING, rooms currently available for seniors, Sherwood Manor, 231 Dundas Street West. 613-354-6446, 613-354-0038. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, modern 1 bedroom ground floor apartment, close to downtown, $620 monthly plus hydro, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613561-7956. CLEAN, BRIGHT, newly renovated, quiet 2 bedroom apartment, close to downtown, main floor, fridge/stove and heat included, $900 monthly plus hydro. Call 613352-7805 for viewing. CLEAN, BRIGHT, newly renovated, quiet 1 bedroom apartment, close to downtown, fridge/stove and heating included, $850 plus hydro. Call 613352-7805 for viewing. DESERONTO U-LOCK storage, secure indoor space available, various sizes. Call 613-396-2819. DESERONTO, 2 bedroom, second floor apartment with loft, in securiy building, available immediately, $915 monthly inclusive, central air and on site parking, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613-561-7956. FURNISHED ROOM available, all utilities included, Napanee Motel. 613-354-6720. FURNISHED, 2 large rooms, includes satellite TV, telephone, washer/dryer, share kitchen and bathroom, all inclusive, $600 monthly. 613-396-5847. LARGE 2 bedroom duplex, 115 Robert, $1,150 includes all utilities, air conditioning, appliances, washer/dryer, satellite (200 channels), no smoking, no dogs. 613532-3672. LARGE 2 bedroom apartment, with balcony, downtown Napanee, near river and park, quiet mature tenant mix, laundry on site, available after August 15th, $700 monthly plus hydro. Call Joe, 613-354-8185. NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN, second floor, 1 bedroom apartment above retail store, recently renovated, excellent condition, $750 plus hydro, off-site parking available, nonsmoking. 613-539-4847. NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN house apartment, 1 bedroom, private deck, second floor bedroom with spiral staircase, appliances, air conditioning, parking included, excellent condition, non-smoking, $800 inclusive. 613-539-4847. NEWLY RENOVATED, quiet 1 bedroom apartment, close to downtown, fridge/stove and heating included, $700 plus hydro. Call 613-352-7805 for viewing. ONE BEDROOM duplex, close to downtown Napanee, $675 plus utilities, no pets/smoking. Amenities: back deck and courtyard, hardwood/ceramic flooring, brick wall/gas fireplace in living room, built-in microwave/dishwasher in kitchen. 613-377-1045. ONE BEDROOM apartment in Napanee, includes appliances, heat and parking, lights extra, $700. Call 613-929-4155. ONE BEDROOM apartment, upstairs, suitable for 1 person, no pets, non-smoker, available August 1st. 613-354-2435. ONE BEDROOM apartment, downtown Napanee, above retail store, suitable for single person, smoke-free, no pets, no parking, first/last required and references, $790 all inclusive, available August 1st. 613-876-1677.

ONE BEDROOM senior apartment, very quiet, references required, no pets, no smoking, all utilities included, front and back porch, washer/dryer, fridge/stove included, $800 monthly, double driveway, available October 1st. 613-354-1407. SMALL 1 bedroom apartment in Napanee, includes appliances and parking, $625 plus hydro. Call 613929-4155. TWO BEDROOM, 2 level apartment, Napanee, quiet adult building, separate entrance, fridge/ stove, first/last, references, $745. 613-388-2394. TWO BEDROOM second floor apartment, clean adult building, non-smokers, no pets, references, all inclusive. 613-473-0715. TWO BEDROOM condo, adult building, appliances, washer/dryer, no smoking, no pets, parking, $900 plus hydro, available September 1st, references. 613-354-3208. TWO BEDROOM apartment, near downtown Napanee, security entrance, laundry, $695 plus. For viewing, call Gary, 613-478-2043. TWO BEDROOM upper apartment in quiet building, first/last, references, available immediately, $925. Call 613-354-2636. TWO BEDROOM apartment, Newburgh, $800, all inclusive, first/last and references required, available August 1st. 613-378-2274. TWO BEDROOM apartment, in quiet adult building, $875 monthly inclusive, also includes fridge/ stove and parking. Call to view, 613-876-1320. TWO BEDROOM apartment, kitchen, living room, 4-piece bath, downtown Napanee, $900 monthly plus hydro, first/last. 613-354-1222. WATERFRONT APARTMENT, Glenora Ferry, utilities/laundry included, no pets/non-smokers, ideal for single person, $875. 613-3739368.

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INCOME PROPERTY, duplex, 115117 Robert, earns $17.500 after expenses, in excellent condition with good tenants, Hi-eff gas furnace and HWT, includes 2 fridges, 2 stoves, 2 stacked gas washer/dryers, 4 window air conditioners, $189,000. Call 613-532-3672 for income statement or appointment to view.

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SANDHURST SHORES, west of Bath. Spectacular! Two acre very private lot in established community, slopes gently down to Lake Ontario with beautiful views to Picton Island, 120’ of frontage, 600’ deep. Gorgeous mature hedge and trees, excellent for swimming, boating, shorefront cottage offers development potential, municipal water, hydro, safe anchorage/ launching ramp at nearby private community park. 613-352-5411.

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MINT AND used postage stamps, covers, post cards, coins and paper money. Call Bob, 613-9672118.

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BACK TO Basics lawn mowing. Call 613-354-1759. BONDED AND insured Lawrence’s Lawn Care and Landscaping, cottage maintenance, pool opening and closing. 613-214-7921. CLEAN UP, no moving. Call 613396-8656. DOES YOUR garden need help? Call Angie for an estimate on your small/medium garden/landscape projects. 613-354-2458. FURNACE CLEANING, experienced gas tech, certified and licenced, seniors rates. Call 613-354-3192. HARDWORKING AND reliable university student with experience gardening, painting and other general labour. Grandmother can provide excellent reference. Call Sam, 613-572-2467. HAVE TRACTOR with loader, brush hogging, yard work, tilling garden, cutting lawns. Call Earl, 613-354-2570.

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RENOVATIONS, REPAIRS, carpentry, drywall, ceramic, hardwood, laminate flooring, painting, windows and doors, roofing, etc. Free estimates, John, 613-3543671; cell, 613-561-1621. SEWING AND alterations, home decor and drapes by Pauline. Call 613-329-4015. WE CLEAN homes, offices, windows and carpets, free estimates. Call 613-396-5258 or 613-483-5290.

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EUCHRE PARTY, Wednesday, July 18th, 7pm, Lakeview Tavern, Cost: $5 per person. Fundraiser to benefit the Napanee Acquired Brain Injury and Rehab Home. FIREARMS AND Hunter Education courses at Harrowsmith. Firearms course, August 10th, 11th; Hunter Education, August 17th, 18th. Wild Turkey license examinations. Call Bill, 613-335-2786.

We, the family of the late Cody Lawlor, wish to express our heartfelt thank you to our family, friends, neighbours and co-workers for their many acts of kindness and support following the tragic accident that took Cody’s life on May 12, 2012. Thank you to the Emergency Service responders, who responded on the day of the accident, as well as the Napanee Detachment of the OPP for their assistance and support and in particular to Officer Tracy Brown. Thank you to those who prepared and brought food to our homes to help us through the first hours and days of our grief, to those who sent cards, e-mails, phone calls and numerous other acts of kindness, expressing their own grief, sorrow and support, during the days and weeks that have followed Cody’s death. To those who sent beautiful flower tributes in Cody’s honour and to everyone who contributed to the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Foundation and the Lennox & Addington Humane Society, your generosity in his name has been overwhelming. A very special thank you to Gordon Barr Construction for closing their work sites in Cody’s honour and for the very heartfelt support and condolences from his co-workers. We want to thank the CSC Honour Guard members, Scott Ritchie, Gordon Jack and Sandy Moran as well as Piper Scott Smith, who provided support for us during the Service. We extend a very special thank you to our friends and neighbours who have helped in so many ways, in particular to Chris and Michelle Stafford, Hughie and Nancy Murphy, Pam and Michael Clair and Marnie MacDonald. We would also like to thank Scott Harris, who provided a very moving Service in Cody’s honour, as well to Danielle Penner and Amy Yakelashek for their heartfelt readings and to Melonee Dowdall for her beautiful rendition of “I won’t let go”. A heartfelt thank you goes to Cody’s brother and mother, who provided beautiful and loving tributes to Cody in celebration of his life. A very special thank you to the pallbearers, Lorne Daines, Bill Kitchen, Ben Lipsey, Ben MacKinnon, Kyle Snider, Graham King and Jay Davis, whose love for Cody shone through during this difficult time. Thank you to Colin Wartman and the staff at the Wartman Funeral Home, who provided ongoing support and kindness while we made many difficult decisions. To the many, many people who have shared in our sorrow and acknowledged our loss over the past several weeks, we are very touched by your kindness. Finally, to our loving families who have provided unending support and love to us and who have been with us throughout this terrible time. We are truly blessed to have all of you in our lives. Cody was loved by many and will be missed by everyone who he touched in his life. The MacDonald/Lawlor families.

MEMORIAMS

We gratefully acknowledge the generous donations made during the month of JUNE 2012 by family and friends.

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In Loving Memory of Stanley Boyce Mastin April 8, 1940 ~ July 6, 2011

KENZIE RATTIE

Kristen Jackson and Darrell Rattie welcome, with love, their 1st child,

Kenzie Taylor Rattie, born June 6, 2012 at Belleville General Hospital weighing 8 lbs 4 oz.

Proud Grandparents are Gary and Susan Jackson and Al and Debbie Rattie, along with Great-grandparents Marjorie Klinck, Hazel and Richard MacKinnon and Marie and Reg Turriff.

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Willett Barber David Lewis Kate Carson William Lott Helen Cole Betty Milligan Dorris Farrow

Angela Monette Earl Fraser Stirling Carl Rogers Betty Gauntlett Marion Russell Morley Lake Doris Snyder

Special Remembrances for the month of July Harold Alexander McConnell (July 31, 2003) Dale Clarke (July 21, 2006) Guy Hurley (July 8, 1965) Carol Hagerman (July 9, 1965) Reta Parlane (March 19, 2009) Kay Farnsworth (April 8, 2000)

Donations made in memory of individuals help fund medical equipment at Lennox & Addington County General Hospital. You may arrange your donation at the Funeral Home, or mail to: L&A County General Hospital Foundation 8 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee, Ontario K7R 2Z4 (613) 354-3301 ext 400 Charitable # 890597842 RR0001

DEATHS

WESTLAKE, Margaret Agnes (nee Remington)

~My Cherished Husband, Stan~

We made our vows together, so many years ago, And said, “Until death do us part”, Last July, when God took your hand, my whole life fell apart. No one knows the heartache I’ve tried so hard to hide, No one knows how many times I’ve broken down and cried. I always visit your gravesite, put flowers there with care, But no one knows the heartache when I turn and leave you there. When I look back upon my life, one thing makes me glad, That you chose me to share with you, the precious years we had. Until we’re together again, your loving wife, Phyllis ~ Dad, Grandpa, Back Poppy, Great Grandpa ~ We miss you, we love you, we think of you… Death is not my end as I am with the Lord. I have slipped away to Heaven a bit ahead of you. Call me by my old familiar name. . . I am still your Dad; you are still my daughters and sons. I am still your Grandpa and Back Poppy; you are still my grandchildren. I am still your Great-Grandpa; you are still my great-grandchildren. Speak of me in the easy way which you always did. Put no difference in your tone. Laugh as we always laughed at the jokes we enjoyed together. Work, play, smile, celebrate … think of me, Pray for each other. Love one another with the love that only God gives. Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am but waiting for you, for a time, in the presence of God, All is well. Lovingly remembered by: children Debbie (Gerard), Donna (Larry), Dale (Sandy), Danny (Lorina), grandchildren & great-grandchildren

Words cannot express our gratitude to family, church family, friends, co-workers and neighbours for your acts of love and support during Stan’s illness and time since his passing a year ago. The kind gifts of visits, flowers, memorial donations, food, child-care and encouragement name but a few generous acts received by our family. To Empey Hill UCW for your plentiful luncheon served after the funeral service was lovely. To Reverend Ryan McNally and Pastors Bert McCutcheon, Dusty Crozier, Paul DeMerchent and Jamin Melanson; your love and support encouraged us. We continue to thank God for all who have touched our lives. May God bless you.

HARRIS (STOKES) - Gwen, our loved one who left us July 16, 2009. A million words cannot express The heartache, sadness and loneliness, We smile with the world but weep alone, How much we miss you Will never be known. “Loved and longed for always”. Mom, brother Don and nieces, Shasta, Faith and Briana. HARRIS (STOKES) - Gwen, July 16, 2009. Forever loved, forever missed, There is a corner in our hearts You visit every day, It gives us this warm feeling That you are never far away. Forever loved, forever remembered, your children, Chris and Angie, William and Jenni, grandsons, Mathew, Patrick and Jack.

Gifts In Memoriam In Memory of:

Thursday, July 12, 2012

VICTORIA JEAN SHELLEY

April 13, 1987 - July 13, 2007 It’s been 5 long years since you left us, Yet it seems like only yesterday. The light is still on, The music is still playing, Life does go on, but there is something missing. Always loved, forever missed, Dad (Tim), Mom (Jane), Brother (T.J.)

DEATHS

ARMITAGE, Susan

(nee Moore) Peacefully at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital in Napanee on Sunday, July 8, 2012. Susan Mary Armitage of Deseronto, at age 64. Beloved wife and best friend of David Armitage and dear mother of Ronald Armitage (Melissa) of Kingston. Daughter of the late Cyril and Olive Moore. Loving sister of Robert Moore (Elizabeth), Andrew Moore, Diane Ellis (Douglas). Loving daughter-in-law of Donald Armitage and the late Barbara Armitage, sister-in-law of Donald Armitage (Linda), Nancy Clark (Norman) and Pamela Armitage. Fondly remembered by several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the McGlade Funeral Home, 78 Centre Street, Deseronto (613-396-2310) on Thursday, July 12, 2012 from 10am-11am with the Service to follow immediately after. Interment to follow in the Deseronto Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Schizophrenia Society or to the U.H.K.F. Cancer Centre would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences may be made at www.mcgladefuneralhome.com

Born February 19, 1930, Margaret passed away on Thursday, July 5, 2012 at Chateau Gardens, Niagara-on-the Lake. Beloved wife of Arnold whom she married on December 25, 1952. Dear mother of Bruce Westlake, David Westlake (Jayme Swanwick) and cherished grandmother of Emily BeattieWestlake and Noah Westlake. Sister of Irene Loan-Johnston (Gordon) of Hope, B.C. and Jack Remington (Susan) of Napanee, Ontario. Margaret was born in Percy Township, Northumberland County, Ontario to the late Wesley Remington and Thelma (Wadsworth) Remington. She was a graduate of Napanee Collegiate Institute and Ottawa Civic Hospital School of Nursing. Throughout Margaret’s 23 year nursing career, she was employed at many different hospitals in which she had a passion for working in the Intensive Care Unit. Margaret’s first priority was always her family. Besides family, she embraced 5 loves, travelling, reading, visual arts, theatre and she had a great love for music in which she played the piano, harp and guitar. A special thank you to management and staff of Chateau Gardens for their kind and professional care. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service to celebrate Margaret’s life will be held at Grace United Church, Napanee on Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 11am. Reception to follow at the Napanee Golf and Country Club. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Mark’s Anglican Church Historic Properties Preservation Foundation or the charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to the Morgan Funeral Home, 415 Regent Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario (905-468-3255). You are invited to share memories, photos and condolences at www.morseandson.com

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PARTS MANAGER POSITION AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Candidate will need to have a good understanding of agricultural and off road equipment. Background in farm machinery would be a good asset. Computer skills & basic knowledge of a business system would help.

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Salary to be determined depending upon experience. Please submit your resume to Gateview Equipment 1063 Sydenham Road, Kingston Ontario.

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Candidate will need to have excellent customer relation skills and will be required to work 44 hours per week.

GATEVIEW EQUIPMENT

15 Russell St., Napanee Saturday, July 14th 8am-2pm

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The Corporation Of The Township Of Stone Mills

Camping equipment, Coleman stove, tent, etc. Lawn roller and many other items.

Saturday, July 14th 2251 County Rd. 4

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4504 County Road 4, Centreville, Ontario K0K 1N0 Tel. 613-378-2475 Fax 613-378-0033 Website: www.stonemills.com

Persons interested in this offer and who would like to view the specific site for the Canteen are encouraged to arrange a time for the viewing with the Arena Manager by calling (613) 483 7924. The successful bidder will be required to enter into an agreement with the Township of Stone Mills for the operation of the canteen and copy of this draft agreement can be obtained by contacting the undersigned or may be viewed on the municipal website at www.stonemills.com. Letters of Interest clearly marked “Canteen Rental” will be received at the Township of Stone Mills Municipal Office until 12:00 p.m. on July 24th, 2012. Highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. Darlene Plumley C.A.O./Clerk Township of Stone Mills Email: caoclerk@stonemills.com

1 mile south of Camden East

SALE

LETTER OF INTEREST---CANTEEN

The Township of Stone Mills will consider letters of interest for the operation of a Canteen located in the Stone Mills Community Centre in Tamworth for the 2012-2013 ice rental season.

8am

Good, old furniture; F.P. 3 in 1 pinball machine; fireplace; lamps; 16 ft. F.G. canoe; traps; fishing poles; lots of miscellaneous items.

58 Angus Dr, Napanee

Household, books, antiques, furniture, collectibles, sewing items, woman, girl’s and men’s clothing, so much more.

Friday, July 13th 4-8pm Saturday, July 14th 8-11am Don’t Miss The Deals!

HUGE YARD SALE Saturday, July 14th 8am - 2pm 3331 Big Creek Rd. (w. of Cty. Rd. 8)

Furniture, appliances, bedding, clothes (adult and children), toys, and much more! Moving Everything Must Go!

Saturday & Sunday Friday, July 13th Saturday, July 14th 8am - 4pm 1836 Storey St. (east off County Rd. 8, 5 km south of Napanee)

Items include: Kitchen and canning, frames and framed prints, rugs, decor, sewing & craft, PVC quilt frame, Sony sound system, CDs, books, antique stool and trunk, s/steel sink, boots sizes 7 & 10 Let’s Make a Deal!

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8am - 2pm Saturday, July 14th Glassware, knick-knacks, Wade ornaments, some antiques, lots of goodies. A Treasure for Everyone.

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YARD SALE 719 Millhaven Road, Odessa Saturday, July 14th Sunday, July 15th 9am - 4pm Household items, garden decor, new party and wedding supplies, craft supplies, large dog beds and crate, T-shirts and baseball caps, golf bags and accessories, children’s toys, etc., furnace and oil tank, sump pumps

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1694 River Road Napanee Saturday July 14th and Sunday July 15th 8am - 3pm Household items, tools, gardening equipment, books, working model railroads, lots of train accessories, etc.

YARD SALE 1555 LIMELAKE ROAD Off 41 Highway Turn west on Westplain Rd. to Limelake Rd. 8-2pm Saturday, July 14 or 5 miles south of Marlbank

MOVING SALE 8010 Hwy. #2 Deseronto Sat. Sun., July 14th and 15th Almost new washer/dryer stack, large load; oak china cabinet, see to believe; oak dining table with leafs, seats 10; gorgeous wood rocker, antique look; 4 drawer metal file cabinet; computer desk with tons of storage/shelves; office credenza with file drawers/shelves. Much, Much More!

MORE INSIDE THE GARAGE 461 Dundas St W, Napanee Saturday, July 14 8am A large variety of household and miscellaneous items (some from storage) also Christmas in July. Good quality and clean. Drop in, we may have something you can’t live without. Please no Early Birds!

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Large Antique & Collectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auction Sunday, July 15 - Preview 9:30 a.m. Auction 11:00 a.m. Auction to include: Silver Plate; Glass; Crystal; China; Jewellery; Royal Doulton Figures; Royal Crown Derby; Collectorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; items; large amount of Books; Large Collection of Oil Paintings; Prints & Watercolours; Large Selection of Furniture; Oriental Carpets & Light Fixtures. Large Indoor Yard Sale: Sunday @ 9:30 am David Simmons: Auctioneer & Appraiser Looking for quality estates or single items for upcoming auctions www.brightonestateauctions.com 101 Applewood Drive, Brighton, Ont. K0K 1H0 Phone 1-613-475-6223

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AT 5:00 P.M. DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE AUCTION SALE Maple kitchen table/ 1 leaf, Magic Chef bar fridge, chesterfield/ 2 reclining seats & matching chair, pine chesterfield & chair, sofa table, small round pedestal table, ornately carved trunk, wicker 3 tier stand, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dâ&#x20AC;? end table, Lazy boy recliner, glider rocker, single bed/ box spring & mattress (as new), oak arrow back bench, 3 parlour chairs, faux suede ottoman, small childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chesterfield, 2 open adjustable shelf book cases, wooden display cabinet, small tables, Arcade Alley â&#x20AC;&#x153;Super shoot outâ&#x20AC;? basket ball game, arrow back chair, pine corner cabinet, qty of glass & china including cranberry pitcher, novelty salts & peppers, tea pots, creamers, vasae, bowls, etc., small bolt caddy, Blue Mountain pottery, finger jug, several dinky toys, Tonka toys, small globe bank, numerous prints, lamps, garden fountain, fridge cart, Eiminatory power box 800, fan heater, new circular saw, trolley jack & many more assorted shop & garden tools. See my web site for detailed list & pics AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

FRIDAY, JULY 20

Sale 6:30pm Viewing 5:00pm Antique and Consignment Sale

662 Cty. Rd. #12 3.5 kms south west of Bloomfield at Koopmans Auction Centre

Antique hall stand/seat, Antique jam cupboard, Antique Westinghouse shortwave radio licensed 1927-1928, Antique piano stool, Antique childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sleigh and wagon, Antique oak rockers, 3 hand carved duck decoys, Boston rocker, cast iron grates, Antique ironing boards, 2 handmade rocking horses, Antique oil lamps, school desk from Jericho Road school house, stone jugs, hand carved swans and geese, quilt racks, walnut dining set with 6 chairs table with jackknife leaf sideboard and china cabinet, pine dining room set includes open front hutch table with end drawers and 5 chairs, coffee and end tables, Antique occasional tables, small kitchen appliances, kitchenware, air purifier, pictures, lamps, birdhouses and feeders, 2 tree stands, Beaver table saw, Yardworks electric tiller, 1/2 inch hammer drill, electric impact gun, small power tools, Many other items still arriving daily. www.koopmansauctionservices.com Always accepting good clean consignment for upcoming sales. We also conduct home, farm, and commercial sales onsite. For your entire auction needs, call Auctioneer: Gerald Koopmans 613-393-1732.

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gear 39. Groups of three 40. Not tightly 42. Regenerate 43. Strung necklace part 44. Breezed through 46. Imitate 47. Do-nothings 49. Unconsciousness 50. Golf score 51. Fertilizes 52. Used for baking or drying 53. Autonomic nervous system 54. Turner, Williams & Kennedy 55. Hawaiian goose CLUES DOWN 1. Usually in the sun 2. Arm bones 3. Placed on a display stand 4. Repeat a poem aloud 5. Eyelid gland infections 6. Lubes 7. A contagious viral disease 8. Stormy & unpeaceful 9. Devastated & ruined 10. Put in advance 11. Pater’s partner 13. Exploiters 16. Meeting schedules 21. Intensely dislikes

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LIBRA (Sept 23/Oct 23) Once the excitement of an event wears off, Libra, you may be left floundering for a little while. Don’t wallow in boredom. Get started on a new project. SCORPIO (Oct 24/Nov 22) Sometimes much more can be said by remaining quiet that actually speaking, Scorpio. Keep this in mind when you are socializing with new people. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23/Dec 21) It can sometimes feel lonely at the top, Sagittarius. Now that you’ve acquired many of the things you wanted, the resulting feelings may not be what you thought. CAPRICORN (Dec 22/Jan 20) Now may be the time to get serious about your efforts to find a new job, Capricorn. Start doing the legwork and get your name out to new people as much as you can. AQUARIUS (Jan 21/Feb 18) Although you’re a do-it-yourself person by nature, Aquarius, sometimes letting someone get the job done frees you up for more important projects. You also get a needed break. PISCES (Feb 19/Mar 20) Pisces, you can’t seem to keep your mind on the thing at hand. Your wandering thoughts may put you in tune with a better idea.

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Irish culture, language celebrated at Gaeltacht By Adam Prudomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER Authentic Irish culture was on display at the Tamworth Gaeltacht’s second annual Oireachtas Gaelige Cheanada. Loosely translated, it is Canada’s Premier Irish Gaelic Festival, featuring competitions in Gaelic speaking, singing, dancing and instrumental performing. The judges were a who’s who of experts in Irish culture, some who travelled from the Emerald Isle for the weekend. “To do something like this, you have to have the highest qualities of judging or nobody wants to compete if the judge doesn’t know what he’s talking about,” said Aralt Mac

Giolla Chainnigh, who organized the event and helps run the Tamworth Gaeltacht. When he first got the idea to hold the event last year he wanted it to be as authentic as possible. That’s why the majority of the festival is spoken in Gaelic, the native tongue of Ireland. That doesn’t mean it’s only open to those who speak it as parts were spoken in English. “It is accessible, but at the same time, because the Irish language is central to everything that is happening, it’s different than anything else that’s happening in Canada,” said Mac Giolla Chainnigh. “Here the atmosphere is Irish speaking.” Although Irish festivals can be found throughout

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this side of the Atlantic, most have a North American twist on them. This weekend’s event delved deeper into Ireland’s rich culture as authentically as possible. That meant showcasing things like Uilleann pipes, sean-nós singing, céilí bands and other parts of Irish culture not typically seen in Canada. “It gives a great lift to people at home to know that there’s a group of people so far away that have this huge interest in our language, our heritage and culture,” said Liam Ó Maolaodha, National Director of Oireachtas na Gaelige, who made the trip from Ireland to be a judge. “They’re prepared to go to these lengths to make it work.” He sees the festival as a great way to preserve the Irish heritage, one that many scholars thought was dying off in the 1800s. Through the dedication of places like Tamworth’s Gaeltacht, the language is now thriving and seeing a resurgence. “It’s important that competitions be had in order to achieve a standard,” said Ó Maolaodha. “We push so hard to get people involved at any level.” At its basic level, the Gaeltacht is a place that preserves the Irish heritage. A non-profit organization, it’s been drawing the praise of people close to home as well as abroad. Last year they captured Lennox and Addington’s

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Jessica McGaughey kicked up her heels and competed in an Irish dancing competition at Tamworth’s Gaeltacht’s Oireachtas Gaelige Cheanada. Tourism Product of the Year award. Internationally they received the Global Gaelige award from Glór na nGael, which is given to

organizations that are successful in promoting Irish culture. Perhaps most distinguished of all was a letter they received from for-

mer Irish president Mary McAleese, who Mac Giolla Chainnigh said wrote ‘glowing’ things about their festival. As difficult as it was to hold the festival in 2011, Mac Giolla Chainnigh says preparing for the second annual was even more difficult. Enthusiasm is always high for a first time event but holding it in subsequent years and establishing a tradition is the real challenge. When all was said and done he was pleased with how the weekend went. The coming months will be a busy one for the gaeltacht as they continue to build on their Tamworth property, which is located in a field at 298 Gilmour Rd. “We intend to be getting some tractors to do some small development work on the property,” said Mac Giolla Chainnigh. “We’re embarking on a strong fundraising campaign.” In the meantime, they’re also preparing for a summer camp which will run Aug. 12-18. The program offered will be taught by guests from Ireland, covering many of the subjects that were on display at the festival. “The instruction at that summer camp, you couldn’t get any better in Ireland,” said Mac Giolla Chainnigh. “We bring Ireland here.” For more information or to register for the camp e-mail Kenny-H@RMC.ca.

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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES Motorists are advised that the roads noted below will be subject to temporary closures to through traffic on the following dates and times to accommodate the Odessa Fair: Friday, July 13, 2012 From approximately 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.: • Shane Street – from County Road 6 to the east boundary of the Odessa fairground property Saturday, July 14, 2012 From approximately 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.: • County Road 2 (Main St.) in Odessa – from Ernestown Secondary School to County Road 6 Sunday, July 15, 2012 From approximately 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.: • Shane Street – from County Road 6 to the east boundary of the Odessa fairground property B. Hamilton Director of Administrative Services/Clerk Loyalist Township P.O. Box 70 Odessa, Ontario K0H 2H0 Telephone: 613.386.7351 S. Roberts, Manager, Roads and Bridges County of Lennox and Addington 97 Thomas Street East Napanee, Ontario K7R 4B9 Telephone: 613.354.4883

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177th Odessa Fair features new twists Expanded parade, added entertainment on tap By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER New directors, public input and a desire to spice things up means the 177th edition of the Odessa Fair will be unlike any other. Starting tonight at 5 p.m., the fair will open its gates to the public asking for only a freewill donation in exchange. All midway tickets will be a dollar. Proceeds will go to the Amherstview Food Bank. This year will feature new acts such as the Catalina Band, The Diplomats, a fourwheeler pull and a wider variety of vendors. Old classics like the parade have been revamped as more people get involved. The parade will depart from Ernestown Secondary School at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, en route to the fair grounds. “We’ve had a lot of public interest in the parade,” said fair president Ron Swain. “I think that last year because there was no one to spearhead (the parade), that it just kind of fell to the wayside. This year Dorothy (Mason) has been actively seeking people out (for the parade). We welcome anyone else. There are different sections for best decorated float, best tricycle or walkers. It’s about the community, to give the community something to be proud of.” Of course it wouldn’t be a true country fair without the animals. Horse pulls, goats, cattle, rabbits, birds and many more agricultural attractions will be found throughout the fairgrounds. “The 4-H Club is more involved this

year,” said Swain. “They’ve been planning a lot more animal exhibits and they're bringing a petting zoo this year, which is new.” As it always does, the always popular demolition derby will close out the fair on Sunday at 1 p.m. Attendance has slipped a bit over the last decade or so, making running a successful fair more difficult with each passing year. Swain says the organizers have racked their brains in an effort to bring the public back. “We’ve got some new directors and it’s made a big difference,” said Swain. “The more people you get involved, the more minds there are and the more challenges you can overcome.” Swain says he’s always open to public input as well, wanting to hear what people like or don't like. “We’re trying to build the fair,” he said. “It’s a combination, it’s not just one thing. You can’t do better rides if the gate fees aren’t there. The vendors want more people walking through and the people walking through want more to see. It’s a lot of dynamics to make a fair work and we’re really pursuing that. We’re asking people if there’s anything we can do to make this fair better, and we’ll make it happen." More input means they can continue to adapt the fair and keep the tradition going strong. Admission is $8 per day or $20 for a three day pass. Children 12 and under get in free. A complete schedule of fair events and times can be found at www.odessafair.ca/index.html.

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With gratitude and heartfelt thanks to everyone who made our 9th Annual Multicultural Festival possible and very successful.

Thank you to our Generous Donors! Napanee District Community Foundation BIA Hampton Inn Drs. Tom & Liz Touzel Napanee Beaver Mr. Martin Millin Napanee Canadian Tire Chamber of Commerce Guardian Wallace Drug Store Richmond Medical Pharmacy Gray’s IDA Drug Store Country Traditions Odessa Lion’s Club Home Hardware Napanee Lion’s Club Giant Tiger No Frills Greek Island Julie Rose Wartman Funeral Homes Metro Walmart Anthea Morgan Iris Berry (Avon) Hart N Hart Greater Napanee (Recreation) Maureen Walton L&A SOS MIX97 Radio MyFM Radio Napanee Guide Cogeco TV Royal Bank, Napanee Grace Toledo-Abrena All the fabulous performers, food and market vendors, petting zoo keepers, volunteers and spectators

THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Congratulations to our Raffle Winners 1st Prize (painting) Jess Goodberry (Napanee) 2nd Prize ($300) Sandy Bastien (Toronto) 3rd Prize (night Hampton Inn) Paul Mulvihill (Napanee) Join us again next year on June 21st and 22nd at Strathcona Paper Centre for our 10th Anniversary! Visit our website for more information www.ndmca.com

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Big year for 4H dairy club Record number of children participate in program By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER APANEE’S 4-H Dairy Club produced a huge yield of registrants this year as 19 children took part in the program, more than double the previous year. Open to kids between the ages of nine and 21, the program explores everything from raising dairy calves to producing milk. For each meeting the club gathers at a different dairy farm, learning the finer things about raising cattle. “This year our focus is on milking systems,” said club leader Joe O’Neill. To highlight the everchanging field of milk production the club visited the Milligan farm in Napanee to see a rotary milking parlour. They also took a trip to Robert and Lisa Cuthill’s farm in Selby, which boasts a robotic milking system. “That’s leading-edge technology,” O’Neill says of the two farms. “To think we have them both in our county of Lennox and Addington, just a few minutes apart, is pretty neat.” Kids in the program don’t have to live on a farm but they do need access to a calf. In years past that has hindered some people from joining the program — but not this year. “(Local dairy farmer) Kevin MacLean offered to make available some calves, so some of these kids are not from an actual dairy farm but the availability of a calf meant that they can show a calf,” said O'Neill. Each farm visit had a different focus, exploring things like simple veterinary care for cows, breeding, raising calves and how to show at a fair. The students will put what they've learned to good use on the August Labour Day weekend as they wrap up the course. “At the Napanee Fair the kids will be doing their projects and one of the topics we’ll be having is milking systems,” said O’Neill. The kids have also been working with their own calves for the past couple of months and will present them to judges at the fair. If successful there they can advance to the Belleville Fair and then possibly Toronto’s Royal Agricultural Fair in November.

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Napanee's 4-H Diary Club met at Ripplebrook Farm last week, one of their final meetings before they show at the Napanee Fair. This year's club had 19 members, which represents a significant increase in participation from previous years.

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Earlier this week the group met at MacLean’s farm to go over some final points in preparation of the fair, as well as celebrate a successful program. Many of the kids have already expressed an interest in returning next year. “I just like working with the calves,” said Maddy Fetts, who is in her second year of the program. “I like going out (to the other farms) and meeting new people.” Mackenzie Babcock, who is in her first year, said her favourite part was “getting to pet and lead the calves.” At the opposite end of the spectrum is Courtney O'Neill, who has been with the program for several years and has taken on the role of club president. “It builds your confidence,” she said. “It’s because of 4-H that I am where I am. It’s really opened up a lot of doors.” As a long time member she’s seen the numbers drop over the years before really picking up this year. She credits that to funding they received from the Napanee District Community Foundation, which has allowed them to go on more trips and be more visual. “I think that kind of opened up everyone’s awareness of who we are.” she said. “Kids that don’t even come from a farm have been coming out.” The grant money they received will help cover the costs of a full day trip to Kemtpville and Prescott, where they will get an up close look at a grain elevator. “Part of the reason we’re going on this trip in July is to show them some of the agricultural-related career opportunities,” said O’Neill. “They’re not necessarily jobs on the farm, but they could be at a grain elevator, they could be at a breeding unit or a grain manufacturing facility.” An early introduction could be the first step to a rewarding career in the dairy industry. Given that it’s been around for thousands of years, it’s safe to say the need for dairy farmers will also be present. As for the local 4-H Dairy Club, it appears as though it too looks like a good bet to continue to prosper into the future, developing the next generation of dairy farmers.

‘THE COMMUNITY CLOSET’… Open each Wednesday 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Dr. Clothing, small household items, and some non-perishable food are available free-of-charge to anyone. Call the church for details 613-354-2669. Note, the Community Closet will be closed on Aug. 1.


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Junior leadership camp back in Gr. Napanee By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER Greater Napanee’s Junior Leadership Camp is back this summer with more programs to choose from than ever before. Now in it’s second year, the camp has been High Five certified opening the door to additional funding for 2012. Camp counsellors Nicky Quinlan and Katelyn Hyatt have already kicked things off this week with a Fitness Challenge, with five more weeks of programming available. “We have six themes and we’re trying to make it as local as we can, so we’re bringing in local speakers,” Quinlan said. A guest speaker from the health unit came in on Tuesday to discuss healthy eating and make a snack with the kids, with archery and fencing on tap for the rest of this week. Next week’s theme is Camp’s Got Talent, followed by Outdoor Adventure for week 3; Crazy Cooks to Champion Chefs during week 4; Give it Back, featuring volunteer work around town during week 5; and Outside the Box - with participants choosing activities that are out of the ordinary, to wrap things up on Week 6. According to Hyatt, the program has grown since last year and has been extended to six weeks. “We have extended our budget a little bit so we have added some speakers and some more trips,” she said. “Last year we were just more contained in what we did, but now we’re venturing out a little bit further in what we had access to.” With feedback still coming in from the community, Hyatt said the town will try to incorporate as many of those recommendations as they can. “We have been able to get more guest speakers which means we have been able to bring in a lot more of the community into the

camp,” Hyatt added. “That has been awesome and we now have our own stationary facility.” For 2012 the Junior Leadership Camp will exclusively be based out of the former Rotary pool building. “Last year we switched facilities every week but for 2012 we have a home base,” she said. Camp is open to kids aged 11-16 and runs Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registration is $125 for the first week, which includes a t-shirt, per week/per child. Additional weeks are $115 with a family discount available for the third and additional children. Quinlan told the Beaver that the kids will also get more involved in the development of the program this year. “We’re working on leadership qualities and trying to develop team work skills, creativity, and working together,” she said. “We started today with them making up their own relay race and they did it all on their own. We just sort of said, ‘This is the stuff and you guys sort of figure it out.’ They put it all together amazingly and it was really good.” When their program ends at leadership camp, they get to apply their skills when working with the day camp at Conservation Park. “They’ll use games and stuff like that there,” Quinlan said. “Then every Friday we go to Adolphustown beach and the kids will run a barbecue for the younger group, and play games with them there.” Hyatt said staff are there to aid them with how to change things and improve upon what they already developed on their own. Funding for the camp is available for families that qualify, Hyatt added. For more information visit www.greaternapanee.com or call 613-3544423.

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Gabrielle Uens plays a game of frisbee during the camp’s launch on Monday morning.

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For a second year running Greater Napanee's Junior Leadership Camp has returned to Conservation Park, led by counsellors Katelyn Hyatt and Nicky Quinlan. From left are Roger Murphy, James Elliott, Katelyn Hyatt, Lizzy Wry, Nicky Quinlan, Gabrielle Uens, Sydney Deacon, Emily Wright, and Olivia Sherritt.

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Portulaca. Seeds itself and is so easy to grow. Short zinnias. ‘Short’ because the tall ones tend to need more water. Cornflower. Dry them and enjoy them indoors. Strawflower. Ditto. Dusty Miller. A ‘biennial’ that produces a pretty good looking plant in the second year too. Flowering Shrubs Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulate). A great June flowering lilac that blooms for 3 weeks. Zone 2 Common lilac. It produces suckers and can be invasive but set away from your house it can be stopped by mowing around the plant regularly. Zone 3 Deutzia. Look for ‘dwarf ’ deutzia for great performance. Zone 5 Yellow twig Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera). Ornamental twigs for use in winter displays and a great looking shrub. Zone 2 Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina). Can be invasive but great for holding a slope to prevent erosion. Zone 4 There are other strategies that you can employ in your garden to minimize both the use of water and the amount of time that you stand at the end of

your hose applying it. Rain Barrels Having free rain water at your disposal may be a nobrainer for some gardeners but it amazes me how many people have not discovered the wonders of fresh rain water. Not only is rain water free, it is warm. When your garden is in its’ greatest need of watering (mid summer) the warm water that you deliver from a rain barrel is a welcome change from that cold stuff that you dump on heat-seeking annuals and vegetables from the faucet. Do you enjoy taking a cold shower? I didn’t think so. Neither do most plants. The other underrated benefit of rain barrels is the oxygen rich water that falls from the sky. As rain drops from above it becomes charged with 30 to 40 per cent oxygen. Note that every plant on the planet requires oxygen to thrive and grow. Quote me any time, “A plant is only as healthy as its roots.” Soaker Hoses At the risk of sounding like I am tooting my own horn there is a lot to be said for the water-conserving ability of a ‘bleeding hose’. I mention my own horn as I have two soaker hoses in the Mark’s Choice line up at Home Hardware (full dis-

closure). Having said that, I advise using water as efficiently as possible where you possibly can. Soaker hoses provide just such an opportunity. The recycled rubber soaker hose ‘bleeds’ water to the root zone of your plants where the plants need it most. I bury soaker hoses under mulch or a shallow layer of soil and turn the water on long enough to let the water move down to the root zone of plants without losing much at all to evaporation. A fabric soaker hose works on the same principle as the recycled hose, but this synthetic fabric performs well under extreme hose pressure. Question of the Week Q/ I have heard you recommend Bordo Copper Spray for tomato plants to prevent blight. Can you tell me when to apply this product? A/ Apply Green Earth Bordo mixture now and every 2 weeks until midAugust. This will prevent early and late blight on tomato plants later in the season. Mark Cullen appears on Canada AM every Wednesday morning at 8:40 a.m. He is spokesperson for Home Hardware Lawn and Garden. Sign up for his free monthly newsletter at www.markcullen.com

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