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An Odessa man was recently recognized with a national award for his quick action after a train derailment. See Page 2 A Tyendinaga Territory man is facing several charges after an axe fight in Deseronto this weekend. See Page 13 The Softball Napanee Bantam Express came up just short in a bid for a berth at the Eastern Canadian Championship. See Page 25

Dominik Wisniewski-Staff

The 1812 battle lines between the U.S. and British/Canadian forces were redrawn this past weekend for a bicentennial re-enactment along L&A’s Lake Ontario shore. Above, a Canadian militia reenactor fires on invading U.S. ships, including an American gunship (at right). For more, see pictures and stories starting on Page 36.

Local golfer Augusta James proved to be the top Canadian at the British Amateur Championship in Scotland. Page 25

Landfill opponents grill WM experts Residents raise ongoing concerns at public meeting organized by company By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER Questions ranging from the feasibility of doing a baseline health study to the decommissioning of monitoring wells were posed to Waste Management at a recent public question and answer session. Held at NDSS last Wednesday, the meeting was organized by WM and followed in the footsteps of a meeting organized by members of the Concerned Citizens Committee of Tyendinaga and Environs. WM Richmond Landfill Site Manager Randy Harris said he was pleased that people on both

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sides of the debate showed up to hear the presentations. “I would like to thank them,” he said. “The objective was to let folks know what WM is doing at the site from a technical point of view and I think we accomplished that. With this meeting, and the technical meetings we are having with the opposition concerning the Environmental Review Tribunal issue, I believe the more they learn the more comfortable they will be that we are doing the right things.” Asked about the company’s contingency plan by local physician Dr. Tom Touzel, Waste Management’s Director of Groundwater, Chris Prucha, said the compa-

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ny has not seen any offsite contamination. “I will use the existing landfill as an example. It’s an old first-generation unlined landfill where everybody thinks conceptually that there must be all this leachate coming out the bottom, trailing down gradient and contaminating offsite,” he said. “We don’t see evidence of that.” Steve Medd, a geologist and long-time opponent of a landfill expansion in the community, looked back on the work completed by WM during the last decade. “After 10 years of trying to figure it out the first time around, you really put this community

through the black,” he said. “Citizens quit their jobs to try and devote time to this and citizens have spent tens of thousands of dollars. This has hurt a lot of people and the fact we have to do this again, for a lot of us, is a shame.” Medd pointed out that for years the company had argued that its conceptual model had less to do about fractures, but now acknowledges a substantial fracture network. “Everything is so well-connected that if you pump here 400 meters away you’ll see the effect of that pumping on another well,” he said.

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The new Lafarge 1812 Discovery Centre got its grand opening on Friday on the grounds of Bath’s FairfieldGuzeit House. See Page 37

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Odessa man recognized for quick action Wayne Easterbrook instrumental in helping fellow passengers during VIA Rail derailment By Seth DuChene EDITOR It’s often said that first-aid training kicks in automatically in a time of crisis. It was no different for Wayne Easterbrook. Despite suffering some serious injuries of his own, Easterbrook came to the aid of several of his fellow passengers when the VIA Rail train he was on with

his wife Susan on derailed and crashed near Burlington on Feb. 26. Easterbrook, an Odessa resident, was recognized for his actions by the St. John's Ambulance Society at the last Loyalist Township council meeting in June. Easterbrook is a Warrant Officer with CFB Kingston and a former first-aid instructor; as such, he has seen his fair share of situations involving the

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Easterbrook said that when the train came to a stop, he got his bearings and checked his wife, who had become wedged under a twisted seat. Once he determined that she was stable, he began to co-ordinate the handling of his fellow passengers. “I yelled out to people to stay calm,” he explained, then started to take stock of the injuries, provide first-aid care and help remove people from the wreckage. “He took charge of the

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scene, began assessing casualties and provided emergency first aid using jackets and shirts as bandages,” said the St. John Ambulance Society in announcing Easterbrook’s award. “He immobilized fractures, applied pressure to wounds and kept injured passengers calm.” Easterbrook needed to cared for as well. “I smashed up my head a bit,” he said, adding that a recently-repaired shoulder was re-injured as well. He said that he’s only now starting to recover from post-concussions symptoms. “It could have been a lot worse.” He continued to work with other emergency workers at the scene before a fire chief advised him that his wife — who had a

fractured vertebrae, broken ribs and a punctured lung — needed to be evacuated for immediate care. From there, the couple were off to a trauma centre and hospital. As the couple continues to recover from their injuries months later, St. John Ambulance awarded Easterbrook with the St. John Ambulance National Gold Life-saving Award. The award was presented to Easterbrook by the Loyalist Branch of the St. John’s Ambulance Society, represented by board member Frank Norman, and Loyalist Mayor Bill Lowry. “It’s very unexpected and a great honour,” Easterbrook said. “I didn’t expect to receive anything. I did what anybody would do.”

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Grandma Lee is going to get a new granddaughter and her name is Cara. Aaron and Cara have just announced their engagement. The wedding will take place August 3, 2013 in Newmarket, Ontario. Aaron is the son of Raymon Lee and Cathy Lee and Cara is the daughter of Cathy and Paul Climpson of Newmarket. Aaron and Cara are both teaching school in Rothsay, New Brunswick. Congratulations Aaron and Cara and all the very best. Grandma is so excited and can hardly wait. Love you, Grandma XX

Stephanie, Courtney and Bronwyn invite you to join them in celebrating the 25th Wedding Anniversary of their parents Joe and Bonnie O’Neill. Saturday, July 14, 2012 at Selby Community Hall 9pm-12am

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Site just isn’t right for landfill

An independent community newspaper ESTABLISHED JANUARY 1, 1870 J. Earl Morrison owner-publisher 1953-1978 Combined in 1965 with The Napanee Express (EST. 1861) and The Deseronto Post (EST. 1904)

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Window to heritage IKE a lot of folks we suspect, our jaw dropped when we saw the dollar amount required in order to refurbish the windows at Greater Napanee Town Hall. We don’t need to say it, but $220,000 is a lot of money, and it’s a lot of money to spend on windows. It’s really a lot of money when we consider that the windows on the second floor aren’t even being replaced — the old ones on top are being refurbished in keeping with the town hall’s historic background. It’s also quite a sum considering that,

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for this municipality, pennypinching isn’t just ‘something council should do’, there’s a real sense of urgency to hold the line on expenditures. In the end, refurbishing the windows was the option town council elected to go with. We think it’s the right decision, in spite of the higher price tag. Let’s face it: maintaining important buildings like these, and doing so in a way that respects and preserves heritage, is an expensive proposition. However, if we’re going to be a community in

which heritage is important — and, for the most part, Greater Napanee has struck that course — we’re going to have to pay more from time to time. We’re lucky (if that’s the right term to use) that the municipality doesn’t own too many buildings that fall into that ‘rare’ category, but the town hall building certainly is rare. The municipality, therefore, has an obligation to maintain the building’s historic character as much as possible, and preserve it for future generations.

Top marks in Bath TICKING with the heritage preservation theme, we have to tip our hat to all those who organized and pulled off the War of 1812 Bicentennial activities in Bath this past weekend. We’d argue that few communities acknowledge and support — in a real grassroots way — heritage pursuits like the residents of Bath. Already famous for their annual

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Canada Day parade and celebration (which was a hit once again), they outdid themselves in hosting the re-enactment, which featured both naval and land battles. As a result of the hard work and dedication by groups like the FairfieldGutzeit Society, the Canadian Fencibles and others, the organizers were rewarded with an estimated crowd of 35,000.

We’re sure those folks didn’t leave disappointed. Perhaps the best aspect of all is the fact that the new Lafarge 1812 Discovery Centre will keep that period of Canadian history front-andcentre in the minds of local residents and tourists alike. Congratulations to all those involved in making this special Canada Day weekend happen.

Despite Waste Management’s efforts over the last 14 years to try to convince people that they are the owners of the ‘facts’ nothing could be farther from the truth. The fact is their last attempt to expand the Richmond Landfill was turned down in 2006 by the Minister of Environment because they did not understand the complex geology of the site, even after nearly a decade of trying. The Minister agreed with the facts put forth by the citizens and their experts. During the last expansion attempt people were told that the landfill was not leaking because the bedrock was as tight as pavement. In 2012 the company is now promoting a geological conceptual model that is the complete opposite of what they had previously supported. They now believe the fracture system of the site is so well connected that they can easily detect and capture any moving leachate by wells separated tens to hundreds of metres apart. By any measure, such a dramatic flip-flop of understanding after such a long period of getting it wrong is a cause for concern and skepticism. The on-going hearings of the Environmental Review Tribunal into the soundness of Waste Management’s Richmond Landfill site licence will assess the company’s understanding of hydrogeology and monitoring in order that the existing landfill can be safely closed. In allowing an appeal to proceed, the Tribunal stated that, “The Tribunal finds that the landfill either is currently producing or could produce significant harm to the environment.” This is strong language which lines up with what concerned citizens and surrounding communities have been saying for 14 years. If anything, this story should demonstrate the complex geology of the Richmond Landfill site; the risk to the water which people and livestock rely on for drinking; and the lack of wisdom by Waste Management in trying again to build a megadump on fractured bedrock in Napanee. Stephen Bruce Medd, Greater Napanee

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Last week the first in what will be a series of public hearings that took place in Selby. These formal legal hearings are part of Ontario's Environmental Review Tribunal. The Concerned Citizens are challenging the adequacy of the Environmental Monitoring Plan at the closed Richmond Landfill, site of the proposed Beechwood Road Environmental Centre mega-dump. We are indeed fortunate to have such a process which has allowed citizens to challenge the agreements made between their government (the Ministry of Environment) and big business (Waste Management). Based on the comments made by all parties at this first hearing there are discussions taking place. These might lead to the MOE and Waste Management accepting many of the recommendations made by the citizens, which had previously been ignored. At their public information session on Wednesday June 27, Waste Management acknowledged that there are indications that the Richmond Landfill is leaking toxic leachate beyond the footprint of the dump and close to or beyond Beechwood Road. They could not or would not offer contingency plans to contain leaks in the fractured bedrock environment. This is one of the issues that the citizens are challenging at the ERT. The schedule for the ERT hearings would conclude in late January or early February. In the meantime there appears to be no sense of urgency on the part of the company or the MOE to contain the leaks. Jeff Whan, Roblin

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Lois McGreer was at the first game of the Ontario Bantam Elimination Tournament on Friday at Fairground Ballpark to throw out the opening pitch in memory of her husband, Robert, who passed away in March. Robert McGreer had been a dedicated volunteer in local sports, including Softball Napanee.

Main Duck Island... a place apart After over five hours of grooming six kilometres of trails on Main Duck Island, four volunteers lifted the heavy walk behind rotary brush mower from the dock and back into the boat for the trip back to the mainland. As the boat and our 12 volunteers left the harbour and entered Lake Ontario, I unconsciously grabbed hold of both handlebars of the mower as my mind wandered away for a moment to something else – maybe a future project, or perhaps if my wife and dog were waiting for me at home. Suddenly, I became aware of some lighthearted laughter from the volunteers. “Look at Terry. He’s been behind the mower so long, he can’t let go of it!” Why do senior volunteers work like they do, on what was the hottest day so far this year? And most of us there that day were seniors. Is it because we don’t know any better, or we are simply used to long hours and focussing on the job at hand? Whatever it is, I was so pleased to be part of a team that just wouldn’t stop as pruners clacked and another smaller mower tackled a single one kilometre trail, not once, but four times, to achieve the desired width. It’s operator from Ameliasburgh was soaked with perspiration, but he soldiered on until I waved my arms as a signal to break for lunch. Chainsaws hummed as trees fallen over winter were cleared from the trails, and my big rotary mower challenged a length of trail near the lighthouse, overgrown with locusts, wild grapes and wild raspberries,

opening it up so visitors to this historic island could make it the very tip where it overlooks a long ago boiler from the shipwreck, the Navajo. From the wavy drifts of empty zebra mussel shells on shore that adjust their direction according to the whims of the waves, it is 19 km back to the mainland at Prince Edward Point, but ironically, only a kilometre from the U.S. border. It is this proximity to the United States that made this island so popular for rumrunners in the 1920s. They would wait in the harbour where we docked, for night to fall so they could smuggle illegal booze across to the U.S. under the veil of darkness. It is the island’s colourful history that is the magnet today. This almost 900-acre island within a good stone’s throw of the American border has seen it all – rumrunners, its ownership in the 1940s by Claude (King) Cole, and in later years, John Foster Dulles, the Secretary of State under Eisenhower. We spent some time on our visit removing branches and cutting brush that have threatened to swallow up what remains of the Dulles cabin site. Then, we mowed some grass around the foundation. John would have been pleased. I pointed out the beach where Queen Elizabeth enjoyed a private picnic in 1984, and recounted the days when lighthouse keepers maintained the lighthouse before automation in 1985. The light keeper’s house is still there, a stack of firewood in the porch and a bar of soap on the

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Outdoor Rambles sink where it has been, untouched, for the past two and a half decades. The sidewalk that stretched from the residence to the lighthouse is still there, now encroached at one end by tangles of wild raspberries and red osier dogwood. Our 12 volunteers, pruners and brush mowers working in harmony, cleared much of that away in an effort to provide better access to the lighthouse site for visitors. Earlier photos show this area in 1983 well groomed, the house occupied, utility poles standing proudly that once carried electricity from the generators to the house, and beyond. To hope one day to return this overgrown jungle to its former pre-1985 glory, is an impossible dream, but we will, at least, do the best we can in the time we have each year during our volunteer day. For the most part, the land is shallow here and the oaks and

ironwoods are gnarled, after years of trying to eke out a meagre living. Although now owned by Parks Canada, the land mass is considered part of Prince Edward County. In fact, the island resembles the county so closely, it is as though someone had taken a giant piece of it and dropped it into Lake Ontario. Like Prince Edward County, the north shore is accented by high cliff edges, scarred by the relentless pounding of waves, its south shore sloping to the lake edge, the water dotted by numerous erratics, and beach gravel piled high with drifts of zebra mussel shells. The roadway/trail skirts around several wetlands and ponds as it makes its way to the west end of the island. Once again, I have the pleasure of partnering with Sandbanks Vacations of Bloomfield and Ducks Dive Charters in offering weekly interpretive tours to this amazing island. Our tours run every Wednesday through July and August, commencing at the Ducks Dive Charters Harbour at 8:00 a.m., and returning by 4:30 p.m. It is a fun

filled day as I tell the story of Main Duck Island through stories and humorous misadventures and lead you on the now well groomed trails to the Dulles cabin site, before heading to the lighthouse for lunch. Learn more about these tours on our dedicated website www.mainduckisland.com . Read the stories and see the photos on this website, then plan to join us. You can register directly with Sandbanks Vacations, or just send me an e-mail with your contact information, and I will forward it on. Plan to join us this summer as we once again regale you with tales of rumrunners Gentleman Charlie Mills, Ben Kerr and Wild Bill Sheldon, and stories about Main Duck owners Claude Cole and John Foster Dulles. For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail tsprague@kos.net or phone 613476-5072. For more information on nature in the Quinte area, be sure to check out www.naturestuff.net .

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A trip through the pages of The Napanee Beaver 70 Years Ago July 8, 1942 n A pair of 17-year-olds were given stiff sentences after being found guilty of breaking into several local businesses and stealing a car. One of the teens — who had initially plead not guilty before changing his plea on one of the charges at the latest hearing — was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in a penitentiary. The second teen was sentenced to 16 months at the Ontario Reformatory. The two young men were arrested after having broken into three local garages; they stole a car from one of the garages. One of the teens was also found guilty of breaking into a cottage near Deseronto. n Lennox and Addington sheep farmers were being urged to increase their flocks and in turn increase raw wool production in order to keep up with demand relating to the Canadian war effort. It had been determined that Canadian wool production had to almost double in order to avert a serious shortage. Those with flocks were advised to increase it by three ewe lambs; with that measure, it was anticipated the demand for wool could be met.

35 Years Ago July 6, 1977 n The closing of a section of the Napanee River to swimming added fuel to ongoing concerns that the river was ‘dying’. The KFL&A Public Health Unit closed the dock at Centre Street to swimming after testing showed bacterial and coliform contamination. A week earlier, a group of local residents, buttressed by testing results by the Ontario Ministry of Environment, showed that oxygen levels in the water were dangerously low just downstream from the town’s sewage treatment plant. Effluent from a local dairy plant was also being ejected from the town’s pipe into the river. n The cost of extending water and sewer services around Napanee into surrounding townships we causing many property owners some pause. Residents living in parts of North Fredericksburgh and Richmond Townships were advised that hooking into Napanee’s water and sewer system could cost as much as $40$60 per foot of frontage. That would translate into as much as $4,000 for some residences in affected areas.

Included here are three postcards, all dating to the early 20th century, showing various parts of downtown Napanee. Above is a picture of the Napanee falls near what is now Springside Park (circa 1915); in the middle is a picture showing Dundas Street West near West Street (date unknown); and below shows Dundas Street looking east from Centre Street (date unknown).

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Thursday, July 5, 2012 If you have a non-profit community event or program you would like to promote? Let us promote it in our Community Pulse event listings. Send the details to beaver@bellnet.ca (‘Community Pulse’ in the subject line), fax them to 613-354-2622 or drop them off at the Beaver office. Events must be in by the Monday before our Thursday publication to ensure the event is entered into our system in time. Events are listed chronologically and printed when possible. For more details on the Community Pulse listings, please call 613354-6641 ext. 109. ‘AMAZONIA’ Vacation Bible school from July 9-13 at Napanee Baptist Church (291 Dundas St. W.) from 2:30-4:30 p.m., ages 5-12. Songs, game quizzes, Bible stories. For information call Pastor John Stewart at 613-3544563 or Laura Drake at 613-354-9882. MACPHERSON HOUSE ARTS CAMP Come explore music,

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drama, visual arts and local history at the 2012 Macpherson House Arts Camp. Campers ages 7-12 will enjoy a week working with seasoned amateurs and budding professionals in the arts and learn about the Allan Macpherson House and the history of the Napanee community. Camp weeks are July 9-13 and Aug. 20-24. Cost is $100 per child with a $20 sibling discount. Single-day registration is $25. Call 613-354-5982 or e-mail info@macphersonhouse.ca for information and for registration forms. JULY 6 BENEFIT CONCERT All ages show featuring the beloved band Ambush, at the Strathcona Paper Centre from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. All proceeds will go to Napanee Interval House, a shelter for abused women and children. Tickets are $20 each, $30 a couple. You can pick up tickets at McCormick’s Country Store in Camden East, the SPC in Napanee

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and Willows in Harrowsmith. For information, call Amelie Martin at 613-9857233 or Cassie Johnson at 613-876-0301. BINGO At the Tamworth Legion starting at 7:30 p.m. $500 jackpot. JULY 8 OPEN STAGE AND DANCE At Enterprise Hall, starting at 1 p.m. Special guest John Milford (Johnny Cash Tribute). Prize for bestdressed entertainment. Sponsored by the Newburgh-Camden Lions Club. Proceeds to the Together We Can Campaign for United Hospitals Kingston Foundation. Call 613-3799972 for more information. Admission $5. BENEFIT SHOW There will be a Doll, Teddy Bear Vintage Toy and Quilt Show and Sale 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Belleville Fish and Game Club on Elm-

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wood Drive in Belleville, Ont. Proceeds from show will go to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Contact Bev 613-966-8095. JULY 10 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FASHION SHOW Starting at 7:30 p.m. at Gibson Hall, 990 Sydenham Rd. in Kingston. Cost is $8. Hosted by Kingston Women’s Connection, affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries. Fashions by Mark’s, Riocan Centre Kingston, ‘Smart clothes for everyday living.’ For reservations call Dorothy at 613-5464770, Anna at 613-3532670, or email judycobham@sympatico.ca. JULY 14 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

613-379-2108, visit w w w. t a m w o r t h bookshop.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 561-4206, Mike Walhout at 561-1333, Wanda Frisken at 388-2456, John VanBerkel at 386-5567, Al Huyck at 354-2429, Gary

Sonneveld at 354-2865 or Adam Hunt at 329-2649. JULY 20 DESERONTO GOLF TOURNAMENT Deseronto Recreation Department Third Annual Golf Tournament, starting at 1 p.m. at Briar Fox Golf and Country Club in Marysville. $100 per person, $400 per foursome. $10,000 hole-in-one cash prize. Prizes, giveaways, steak dinner and moor. Call 613-396-3432. information: 613-396-3432, a c o n g e r @ d e s e r o n t o. c a , www.deseronto.ca. JULY 22 BEEF SUPPER Erinsville parishioners invite you to a summer Beef Supper at the school hall from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Join us for good home cooking, lively entertainment and a raffle ticket draw with good cash prizes. Tickets $13 for adults, $6 for ages 6-12 years, children under 6 free.

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

DESERONTO PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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

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

NAPANEE STANDARD WESLEYAN CHURCH

51 Palace Road Pastors: Rev. Ivan and Anne Langdon Sunday Worship - 10:30am and 7pm Children’s Program - 10:30am Wed: Ladies Bible study/prayer 10:30am Bible study/prayer 7pm Thursday 4pm - Kids Club - Ages 4-12 “In essentials: unity, In non-essentials: liberty, In all things, charity (love).” Phone: 354-1924, 354-5637 Everyone welcome.

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Sunday Services Rev. John VanStone 613-378-1281/379-2204 St. Luke’s, Camden East 9:15am Service and Children’s Program Christ Church, Tamworth 11am Service and Children’s Program You are welcome to join us for weekly Service.

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613-377-6406 The United Church of Canada Rev. Elaine Kellogg Riverside United Church Yarker Worship Service & Sunday School 9:30am Details: 613-377-6406 www.mosriv.com Moscow United Church Worship Service 7:00pm Social to follow Kids Club, ages 5-12, Sat. 10am-11am

TRINITY UNITED CHURCH

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. Sunday School is available. We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer!

NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE PASTORAL CHARGE 613-378-2511 The United Church of Canada Minister: Rev. Burry Wiseman 10am Joint Summer Service at Centreville Everyone is welcome!

BATH-MORVEN PASTORAL CHARGE

Minister: Rev. Christine Sloan Charge Office: (613) 352-5375 Email: bath.morvenuc.office@bellnet.ca Morven United Church Service 9:00am Sunday School & Nursery Bath United Church Service 10:30am Sunday School and Nursery Fellowship with refreshments after Service Everyone is Welcome!

TEMPLE OF PRAYER AND PRAISE

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

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

ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH

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!”

THE SALVATION ARMY 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 ANGLICAN PARISH OF TYENDINAGA

The Rev’d Brad Smith, Rector Sunday Celebrations - July 8th All Saints’ Church - 8:30 am 1295 Ridge Rd, Tyendinaga M.T. Christ Church - 10:30 am 52 South Church Ln, Tyendinaga M.T. 613-962-2787 All are welcome! For more info, please visit www.parishoftyendinaga.org

ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHURCH

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

SELBY - EMPEY HILL PASTORAL CHARGE

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 Guest Speaker: Kevin Moratz Empey Hill: Joint Worship Service at Selby

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

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

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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Kids’ fishing derbies on the line in several communities this month By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER Young anglers will have three opportunities to fish with police officers this month as part of a series of Kids, Cops and Canadian Tire Fishing Derbys. Loyalist, Stone Mills and Napanee OPP will hold fishing events throughout the month of July, open to all ages. The Loyalist OPP detachment’s will take place this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at UEL Heritage Park in Adolphustown. Stone Mills OPP will holds their event on July 14 at Erinsville’s Beaver Lake Park from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Napanee’s is set for July 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Conservation Park. A barbecue and prizes will also be featured. Worms and fishing rods will be provid-

DRIVERS NEEDED Volunteer drivers urgently needed to take cancer patients to the hospital for treatment. If you have a car and some time to spare, please call Frontenac-L&A Unit (613) 384-2361. JULY 22 BEEF SUPPER Erinsville parishioners invite you to a summer Beef Supper at the school hall from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Join us for good home cooking, lively entertainment and a raffle ticket draw with good cash prizes. Tickets $13 for adults, $6 for ages 6-12 years, children under 6 free. JULY 28 TEAM DIABETES BLUE JAYS TRIP The last trip in June was so

ed to kids on a first-come, first-served basis. It’s recommended that kids bring their own rods and floating devices if they have them. Members of each OPP detachment will be on hand to ensure everyone have a safe and fun day. The fishing derby is a joint venture aimed at introducing kids to the fun of outdoor sports as well as encouraging them to build a positive relationship with local OPP officers. The focus is not on catching the biggest fish, but on having fun and learning the sport. The event can trace its roots back to 2002, when Don Baker of Napanee’s Baker’s Baits founded the event with Norm Tucker. It has since grown to include the local OPP. For more about the event, visit www.kidsandcops.ca.

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July 5 - Prince Edward Winegrowers Association Executive Meeting. Huff Estates Boardroom, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. For more information call 613921-7100 or email info@thecountywines.com

July 7 to 10 – Tweed Fair, 27 Louisa St, (beside Community Centre), Tweed. For more information call 613-478-3903 / 613-478-6292 (fair) or email sylvietweedfair@hotmail.com July 12 - Prince Edward Federation of Agriculture Meeting, O.P.P. Office Boardroom, County Rd. 1, (Schoharie Road), Picton, 7:30 pm – All Welcome! Contact Patti Stacey at 613-476-3842 / pat.stacey@sympatico.ca July 12 to 15 - Odessa Fair, County Rd. 6 South of Hwy 2. For more information contact Margaret Henshaw 613-386-3453 / henshaw@sympatico.ca or visit www.odessafair.ca July 14 - Prince Edward Winegrowers Association General Meeting,

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Emergency crews lead by example with drive ‘Sirens For Life’ promotes summer blood donations By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER Napanee’s emergency service workers pledged to roll up their sleeves and take part in Canadian Blood Service’s Sirens For Life. The annual campaign, which encourages first responders to give blood, got underway Sunday and runs through Labour Day. On Wednesday OPP officers, Greater Napanee firefighters and L&A paramedics gathered at the fire hall, vowing to donate this summer. “We’re hoping to increase our blood collection during the summer months by 100 units, just through this group’s family and friends,” said Canadian Blood Service’s Community Development Co-ordinator Linda Mather. “It’s so important during the summer months because people are travelling and they’re away from their local blood donor clinic.” Mather’s hoping a bit of a friendly rivalry will develop between the three, with bragging rights going to whichever uniform can

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Members of the OPP, the Greater Napanee Fire Service and L&A Emergency Medical Services gathered at the Napanee fire station on Wednesday, promising to take part in Canadian Blood Service’s ‘Sirens for Life’ campaign. The program runs all summer across the country and encourages emergency service workers to donate blood. donate the most. While it makes things a little more fun and interesting, at the core they know first-hand the importance of a fully stocked blood bank. “On a daily basis we see motor vehicle collisions on the highway and that sort of thing,” said Napanee OPP Cst. Tammy Coleman. “It’s crucial to have the accessi-

bility and availability of blood if need be.” Every drop they receive is precious. It can take 50 units of blood to save one person in a car accident, which translates to 50 donors. Leukemia patients need eight units of blood each week. Mather’s hoping that by having Napanee’s finest roll

up their sleeves, it will encourage the rest of the community to follow suit. They’ll be holding a blood clinic this Monday, from 2:30-7:30 p.m. at the Strathcona Paper Centre. “If anyone can’t make it, just call 1-888-2-DONATE,” said Mather. “If Napanee’s not convenient for them, we’d love to see them any-

time.” Other clinics, as well as eligibility requirements, can be found at www.blood.ca. A secondary focus of this year’s campaign is to increase the number of young, male, ethnically diverse registrants on the One Match Stem Cell and Marrow Network. Currently about 950 Canadians are

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Man arrested after axe fight result in injuries A serious assault has resulted in seven charges for a Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory man. Napanee OPP responded to a call in Deseronto on Sunday at approximately 4:40 p.m., when witnesses reported two men fighting with an ax on the 300 block of Main Street. Arriving on scene at 4:46 p.m., police began to investigate. A 29-year-old Deseronto man was taken to hospital; he had sustained cuts to the face and a broken arm. At approximately 5 p.m. police arrested a 46year-old from the Tyendinaga Territory. He was held for a bail hearing and subsequently charged with seven criminal offences, including: robbery with weapon, assault with weapon, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, mischief under $5000 and three counts of utter threats to cause death or serious bodily harm. According to police, the two men knew each other and it appears that the assault was as a result of an escalated disagreement.

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Two youths have been charged with possession of property obtained by

crime, failure to comply with conditions, mischief over $5000 and arson following an incident at a Deseronto Road quarry. On June 26 at approximately 11:40 p.m. the Napanee OPP responded to a vehicle fire at the quarry, where two males were observed leaving the scene. Tyendinaga Police located the males, while the Napanee OPP arrested and charged two youths. Both were held for youth bail court. It was determined that the truck was stolen from the City of Kingston, was driven to the quarry and

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ness or exhibiting positive behaviour. The ticket is actually a coupon valid for a free 710 ml Froster beverage at all participating Mac’s stores across Ontario. “Mac’s strives to be a leader in crime prevention,” said Sean Sportun,

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We would like to thank everyone that attended our Fun Fair at Deseronto Public School on Monday, May 7th. Our Fun Fair was a hugh success this year. Parent council was able to raise almost $2,500 to put toward a new smart board for our school. A big thank you to the following people who donated their time to help Parent Council and the staff at Deseronto Public School to make it the success it was, Scott, Steacy, Darren, Deanna, Chris, Emily, Ashley, Danielle, Kali, Shadyn, Megan, Josh, Andrea, Brooke, Josh, Angela, Holly, Mandi, Debbie, Les, Stephanie, Leslie, Dory, Hanna, Mercedes and Bryar for all of your help. We are also very grateful to the many businesses that donated to us. Some of the businesses we received donations from included Napanee Subway, Napanee Shoppers Drugmart, Napanee No Frills, Napanee Home Hardware, Napanee Mark’s Work Warehouse, Napanee Canadian Tire, Classic Cuts, Jacob Nathan, Treasure Trove, Napanee Metro, Shoeless Joe’s, Mutch’s Auto Glass, Deseronto Goju Ryu Karate Club, Scentsy (Julie Conger), Dockside Tavern, Town’s Edge B&B, Lalonde’s Auto, Flying J, PJ’s Bakery, Napanee Mr. Sub, John’s Restaurant, Lin’s Barber Shop, Pet Panache, Sand n’ Sea, Flowers by Barbara, Napanee McDonald’s, Napanee Country Style, Frayed Around The Edges, Jumbo Furniture & Flooring, Pizza Hut, Milady’s Lace, Cando Information Technology, Divine, CarQuest, Garrow’s, Napanee Sear’s Home, Downtown Variety, Pretty Old Things, Steinberg Dental Centre, Epicure (Amanda Davidson), Crumpy Monkey (Trina Bartolo), Len’s Bakery, Mayhew’s Jewellers, Peytan’s Place, Giant Tiger, Mohawk Bay Campground, Buck or More Store, Hooked on Hair, 2nd Chance, Country Style, Free Flow, United Restaurant, Piercy’s Farm Market, OSR Performance, Quinte Variety, 49 Quick Stop, L’il Crow Cafe, Chief’s Restaurant, Moon’s Bait and Tackle, Deseronto IDA, Sam’s Lil’ Variety, Tyendinaga Computers, Roxanne’s Place, Briar Fox Golf & Country Club, Motor Sport Race Way, Native Renaissance II, Mohawk Bay Trailer Park, Martin’s Bus Service, Deseronto Fitness, Danielle Shelley, Carol Shea, East Coast Folks, John McNeill’s Place, Curves, Shannonville Motorsport, Sago Full Service, Tyendinaga Fitness, TCO Agromart, Total Aquatics, Elite Personal Fitness, Tastelicious, RJ the Balloon Dude, Par T Perfect, Deseronto Recreation Committee, Town of Deseronto and Student Council. This fundraiser would not have been a success without all of you. We wish you all a safe and fun filled summer and look forward to more events next year. Thank you again everyone

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Company outlines BREC plans WM representatives explain leachate-monitoring regime By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER According to Waste Management, the objective of a public meeting hosted by the company last week was to showcase what WM is doing locally, from a technical point of view. About 45 people attended the public question-and-answer session at NDSS on June 27, which started off with site-specific presentations on hydrogeology, surface water, gas, air and landfill design. The public meeting was part of the company’s consultation process for the environmental assessment of the proposed Beechwood Road Environmental Centre — a project that includes a new landfill that would accept up to 400,000 tonnes of waste per year, if approved. Chris Prucha, Waste Management’s Director of Groundwater for Canada and the eastern United States, provided an overview of the challenging hydrogeology of the site. “Except for a couple of unique circumstances, groundwater is not necessarily underground rivers,” he said, noting that everything in all directions from the surface is saturated. “Groundwater flow is due to hydraulic pressures which are based on the elevation of the water table at a given point.” He said that, as of 2012, the property has 226 bore holes, nearly four kilometers of monitoring well drilling — if stacked together, 278 groundwater monitoring wells, 486 hydraulic conductivity tests — which is a measure of the formations ability to transmit water, and 145,490 chemistry records analyzed at the lab. (This is) all in addition to nearly 6,100 water level measurements that have gone into creating contour maps. “We have test pits where we have excavated soil, we have dug trenches along the surface of the bedrock, we have installed bore holes to look at geology from inside the bore hole, and we have ‘camera’d’ the bore holes to see what it’s like from a visual standpoint,” he said. “We look at the individual data points in relation to the other points and create a story of the geology and hydrogeology of the site.” Citing test results between June 2008 and March 2009, Prucha pointed out that some variation in the flow patterns can be seen.

“In a lot of ways that’s really good because we know we can place our monitoring wells downgradient, in the low-head areas – appropriate for the flow we see at that site,” he added. “If that water is moving around like that it reduces our chance of missing potential leachate.” According to Prucha, there are three areas on the site where the chemistry has led to some concern.

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“The first is off the northwest corner of the landfill in a shallow zone where we some constituents that are indicative of leachate,” he said, noting that this is within 40 meters of the edge of the existing — and now closed — Richmond landfill site. “Whatever leachate had been released had been attenuated by the subsurface soil and bedrock.” The southern side of the landfill and the southern boundary property along Beechwood Road were the other two areas of concern, Prucha said. “That’s actually the location where we’re currently now finishing up some investigative work, to try to figure out what is going on down there,” he explained. In conclusion, Prucha said that all the data collected since the mid1980s has been put together to form the company’s conceptual model. “We have a real good understanding of this site. We know where the impacts are around the site and we have monitoring programs in place based on that conceptual model,” he added. “As always we work with the Ministry of the Environment, the Community Liaison Committee and other public groups who want to meet with us, and broaden ours or their knowledge base.” During his presentation on surface water, Reid Cleland, Director of Landfill Operations for Ontario, noted that biological monitoring is done quarterly at ponds on the site;

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“Why should we have confidence in the model this time around, when the Ministry of the Environment did not have confidence in 2006?” Mike Bossio, the chair of the CCCTE, pointed to a report by Wilf Ruland, a hydrogeologist and environmental consultant specializing in groundwater contamination, in which Ruland made 17 recommendations to WM. “In Wilf Ruland’s report on the Environmental Monitoring Plan he found 14 such wells that were showing indications of leachate contamination,” he said. “The response from Waste Management with the new EMP was to decommission 10 of those wells — and you want us to trust you?” In response, David Harding, a hydrogeologist and principle with Water and Earth Sciences Associates, said several of the wells identified by Ruland are not in the active flow zone, and therefore are not being monitored. “Several of them have not been monitored since 1995,” he said. “We do not need to monitor every single well on the property, and there are over 270 wells here.” Bossio said that the only thing known for sure is that the bedrock is highly complex. “Use Mother Nature to accentuate the ability of that (liner) technology to improve upon it rather than take a chance,” he said. “Build the dump where at least when it does start to leak Mother Nature will take care of that leak. Build it on 80 feet of clay or 100 feet of soil so you have proper attenuation of the leachate.” Responding to another public comment about the community not wanting BREC in Greater Napanee, Murphy said that, personally, he wouldn’t put it here if he wouldn’t live next to it himself. “I come to this community once a week, I go to the restaurants and I see the people whether they don’t like the project or not on the street,” he said. “I wouldn’t be here standing in front of you if I didn’t think we could do this properly, to protect the environment and to protect everybody in this community.” He said he would expect the same thing for this community that he would for his own family. “I think the guys up here (panel) and the women that we work with, they don’t intend to put a facility in this community that’s going to make it worse off,” said Murphy. He said the whole purpose of the EA process is for the company to see if they can do it right. “If we can’t or if we don’t do a good enough job as the EA process showed the last time, it gets refused,” he said. Following the meeting, site manager Randy Harris said he encourages those who have concerns to stay involved, keep asking questions and expressing their concerns. “That is what this process is all about,” he said. “Dealing with the science is easier than dealing with the ‘emotional issue.’ I think our facilitator, Tim Murphy, said it best when he said we are as accountable to our children as we are to the communities in which we work.” But for Bossio who has been working with the CCCTE for years to stop the former expansion bid, and now the current one, it all comes down to one thing: the geology. “They come back again with this environmental assessment but nothing has changed. It’s the same science and the same geology,” he told the Beaver. “They had a double composite liner last time so it’s the exact same technology and that’s not different.” Bossio said he feels the community has to go through the entire process again due to a flaw in the Environmental Assessment Act. “It allows them to come back again and again and again,” he said. “All they are doing once again is putting this community through the torment of having to expend our energies, resources and finances to fight something that we shouldn’t have to fight.” As the process continues, Bossio says that opponents will continue to fight the science and the geology. “Wilf Ruland will continue to generate his reports and I really think the Environmental Review Tribunal is also going to assist in pointing out that it’s just an unsuitable site for a dump,” said Bossio. “If there’s one thing all of the hydrogeologists agree on, it is that the site is extremely complex.”

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AFFORDABLE COTTAGE LIVING! Enjoy this year round access, 2 bedroom cottage with a quiet setting and private dock. Ownership is a shareholder basis registered as Beaver Trace and access to common area. Features include complete furnished cottage with 2 bedrooms, 3 pcs bath, large deck overlooking water floating dock and large storage unit 9'x24'. It has a private setting with all the features of full ownership without the price! $149,900. Call Cindy Haggerty, Broker, at 613-540-2116 or Kevin Haggerty, Sales Rep, at 613-539-2120

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Updates throughout this Victorian 3 bedroom, 3 bath home include 200 amp, plumbing, roof, windows. New boiler and insulated basement. Features include hardwood flooring throughout, high ceilings, 2nd floor laundry, dumbwaiter. An abundance of liveable space with room for a home office. If desired, large principal rooms can blend together to make a huge great room. With an eye-catching wraparound verandah, west-facing deck and fully fenced large yard, this unique property in a quiet residential area is family oriented and close to all amenities. MLS 12601606 379,000.

16 THOMAS STREET EAST, NAPANEE CHECK THIS OUT! Move-in ready greater starter home or rental income property. This redbrick, 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home has been completely renovated right down to the studs with many of the original features lovingly restored. Many upgrades include new kitchen, new bathroom, new windows and doors, new flooring, new insulation and drywall. Upgraded wiring and plumbing. Freshly painted throughout. Great price! $139,900 MLS 12601510 Call Sharon Moorcroft, Sales Rep, at 613-329-5772 or Jack Green, Sales Rep, at 613-328-8250

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144 PLEASANT DR., SELBY Property being sold “As Is - Where is.” Great opportunity to own your own shop and rent the 3 bedroom attached living quarters or live in yourself. Shop empty but apartment currently rented at $700. monthly. Separate meters. New furnace (Nov. 2010). 24 hours notice for showing. Commercial zoning primary zoning. Residential is dependant on commercial use of property. $80,000. (EX2794) MLS 12603291

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174 DUNDAS ST. WEST, DESERONTO Beautifully renovated Victorian home convenient for commuting between Belleville and Kingston. The good life is certain in this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 story Victorian, 1 and 1/2 bath home with dining room, den, and a large patio. New Windows, Furnace, Central Air; built in Kitchen Appliances Included. Lots of closet space and rooms galore. Spacious Attic that could be converted into a loft. Nothing like it at this price. $188,900. (K59) MLS 12601937

396 Dundas St W Affordable waterfront on the Napanee River. Beautiful waterfront lot with mature perennial gardens and landscaping. 3 bdrm brick, 1 1/2 storey. Many updates include kitchen, roof, bath, windows. A must to see!. There is approx 25` of crown land from the rivers edge (EX2884) MLS 12605252 $239,900.

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265 PINE GROVE RD., NAPANEE Great family home in a quiet setting on 1.7 acres located in Forest Mills. 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, open concept 1st floor. Heated by infloor heat and radiators throughout. All renovated in the last 7 years,including windows, floors, kitchen, bathrooms, insulation, drywall, siding and roof. A new oversized infloor heated attached garage awaits your next project. Asking $249,900. (K09) MLS 12600406

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330 SKOOTAMATTA LAKE ROAD Immaculate family home with huge garage $239,000. Call Michele Heaney, Sales Rep, at 613-583-7253 or Peg Campbelton, Sales Rep, at 613-449-4200

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NOW ONLY $202,000! Immaculate 3 BR. Finished basement, central air on large country lot 4 kms fr Napanee. MLS#12604318

2918 BIG CREEK RD Excellent 3 bedroom home 5 min 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 walkthrough $229,900. (EX2881) MLS 12605222

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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

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

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

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

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

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

2 BircH Street Lovely bright living and dining area. Decking across the front and full length with wheel chair access. Lovely sun room. Great location in the park with open fields behind. Ensuite off master bedroom. Asking $137,900. (K87) MLS 12604737

684 PALACE RD 3000 Sq ft of total finished living area gos with this home situated on 93 acres and on Town water and sewer, This home features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths FAO heating with c/a, hardwood flooring 2 wood burning fireplaces main floor sunroom , oak kitchen, 2 car att garage with long paved driveway. The outbuildings include a horse barn and a separate 2000 sq ft implement building on property. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with flowers trees, shrubs and a walled patio area at rear of house. Asking $529,900. (K64) MLS 12602495

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 $179,900. (K88) MLS 12604885

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

dir. county rd 6 north to yarker to flashing light, county rd 1 turn right, house on left #4237. 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 $259,900. (K85) MLS 12604686

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

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

4237 coUnty road 1 e., yarKer Charming and peaceful describes this restored 4 bedroom home in quaint village setting of Yarker. Interior is completely redone from top to bottom with most recent updates including all windows and exterior doors, roof, furnace, a/c and bathrooms. Hardwood floors, softwood are just a few of the features including pine kitchen and large sunken family room. 16x32 inground salt water pool with heater in 2005. Lot is large, mature landscaping. Asking $269,900. (K25) MLS 12600949

dir. From napanee centre St. to county rd 9 to Bayview dr., turn right, last house on right. 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 $229,900. (K69) MLS 12603028

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

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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

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

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

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

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


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998 CALLAGHAN NEW RD LISTING Lots of room to roam! Large 4 bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, bright family room, living room and den, 32 x 40 shop, with hydro. Great 1.5 acre property close to the 401. Property being sold `as is` (EX2891) MLS 12605300 $189,900.

8017 COUNTY RD. 2 Immaculate, spaious executive bungalow on private 1.3 acres. Features include marble foyer with hardwood and ceramic throughout, maple kitchen with granite countertops and back splash, cathedral ceilings. Large master with huge 5 piece ensuite. Everything is upgraded here. A must see! $399,900. (EX2741) MLS 12601593

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

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

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

1025 COUNTY RD. 1 EAST Century home situated on 12 acres of waterfront, very private setting, featuring 4 bedrooms 3 baths, 56 SLASH RD. gleaming hardLocation, locations, location! Excellent family home with lots of room to wood floors, main floor family roam. Large in-town lot, lots of privacy, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, large kitchen, gas fireplace in living room and another gas fireplace in the room with fireplace and walkout to large deck. Formal dining room, balcony off bright cozy rec room. Extra lower level for a games room or room for the master bedroom, 3 car garage plus a 2 car garage and separate workshop. This is a must to view!! $599,900. (EX2799) MLS 12603423 kids to play. Don’t miss this one! $263,900. (EX2858) MLS 12604754

Year round home offers 80’ of waterfront with panoramic views, great fishing and boating access to Napanee, Picton, Belleville and Kingston. Open concept kitchen/dining/living room with main floor laundry, 4 bedrooms (master with vaulted ceiling), 2 baths (one ensuite), and central A/C. Fully finished basement with in-law suite, laundry, kitchen/bar, gas fireplace and walkout to 14’ x 28’ in-ground pool. Covered marine rail system, dock, boat lift, sprinkler system, wrap-around deck and 2 car garage. Many upgrades include new roof, oil tank, pool pump, tile and hardwood floors throughout main level. $374,900. (EX2655) MLS 11607899

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396 Dundas St W 306 CAMDEN RD Affordable waterfront on the Napanee River. Beautiful waterfront lot with mature perennial gardens and landscaping. 3 bdrm brick, 1 1/2 storey. Looks can be deceiving, more room here than you think! Excellent 2 bedroom bungalow perfect for starter or retirement. Gas heat, Many updates include kitchen, roof, bath, windows. A must to see!. There is approx 25` of crown land from the rivers edge (EX2884) MLS paved drive, great location walking distance to downtown. (EX2889) MLS 12605287 $139,900. 12605252 $239,900.

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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

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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. 215 SIMMONS RD The horse barn features 5 box stalls, tack room, Excellent solid brick bungalow in great location. Features 3 bedrooms up and 1 down, 2 full baths. Deck off large kitchen. Walk-out hay storage overhead. Plus a horse barn that features 8 stalls plus a drive shed basement with wood stove in the rec room and den area. Double plus another drive shed with workshop. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own “A Mansion on a Hill” (EX2836) MLS 12604245

car garage. $279,900. (EX2803)

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

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

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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, wood stove in living room. A must to see!! $149,900. (EX2848) MLS 1260450

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 549 COUNTY RD 9 plumbing, new roof 2012. 16x32 in-ground A rare find. 64 acres only 1 km from town. Features 3 bedroom bungalow, 40x40 shop with 20 feet clear span, insulated and heated. pool, 12x18 workshop with loft. $289,900. Great barn with 5 stalls, tack room, hydro and water. This property (EX2801) MLS also comes with a piece of waterfront. Possibilities are endless. 12603522 $349,900. (EX2771) MLS 12602361

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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126B LASHERS RD Looking for prime waterfront? Look no further. Winterized cottage, year round access. Featuring large living room/dining room combo with views of the water. Walkout basement with rec room. Great dock and boat lift with deep water. Massive quonset hut with woodstove on Long Reach. Don’t miss this one. $259,900. (EX2879)

2532 COUNTY RD 4 Excellent 3 bedroom family room on a large corner lot. Features renovated kitchen, patio doors off dining room to a covered patio, main floor laundry, detached garage. 15 minutes to Kingston, 10 minutes to Napanee. A must to 319 CAMDEN RD see! $184,900. Excellent starter or retirement home. 2 bedroom bungalow, new kitchen 2009, (EX2842) MLS hardwood flooring in living room and dining room, new roof 2008, large 12’x16’ 12604421 deck off kitchen, fenced yard. $169,900. (EX2790) MLS 12603189

9396 COUNTY ROAD 2 Grand 2 storey, 5 bedroom in a fabulous park-like setting with incredible water 8 PINE GROVE RD views. Very spacious home with many upgrades including kitchen and 2 piece washroom, hardwood floors and newer windows. Huge 2700 sq. ft. 2 storey Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 baths country home. Large kitchen with built-in outbuilding. Would make an ideal building for home business or workshop. appliances, sunken family room. Lovely lot with gazebo, 2 car garage. Newer roof, furnace and A/C. $249,900. (EX2778) MLS 12602838 $244,900. (EX2783) MLS 12602978

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATLY 3 bedroom house with 2 car garage in the Morven area. $1200/mth plus heat (hydro included in rent).

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Excellent Main Street location, next to Tim Hortons. Featuring 4900 25 Advance Avenue 3600 sq. ft. garage with 4 bays, 2 offices, plus a separate sq. ft. building in good condition, 3 bay doors. Asking $390,000. lot that is fully fenced. Land, building and equipment. The building can be pur- 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 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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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

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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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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 $385,000.

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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

IMMACULATE CUSTOM BUILT HOME

2500 sq. ft bungalow, feautres 3 bdrms, den, 2.5 baths, open concept. Gourmet kitchen with granite counter top. Hardwood floors throughout, large master with walk-in, 5 pc. ensuite and fireplace. Fireplace in living room, main floor laundry, patio doors to covered stamped concrete porch. Double car garage. partially finished basement with 4th bdrm, large rec room and self contained in-law suite with a private entrance. On almost 3 acres and only 4 kms from town. Great value here! This is a must see! $489,900. MLS 12601578

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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GREAT HOME that boasts loads of space. Enjoy your detached garage where you can park your car or use as a workshop. Charming porch to sit under and have your morning coffee! Within a short walk to downtown Napanee. Newer roof on both house and garage. All appliances included. $164,500. MLS 12603885

BAY OF QUINTE BEAUTY! Totally updated home is perfect place for entertaining or just sitting back and enjoy the stunning views. Kitchen boasts hickory custom cabinetry - soft close drawers, roll outs, hot water on demand, under cabinet lighting! Grand family room has gas fireplace and huge window overlooking the water. Master bedroom has fabulous ensuite bath with glassed-in shower. Property includes charming guest cabin near the waterfront. THIS PROPERTY IS A MUST SEE!! $375,000. MLS 12600740

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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

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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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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

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

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. $299,900. (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

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. $199,900. (EX2806) MLS 12603576

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

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

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

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

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

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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

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

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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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

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7131 COUNTY RD. 2 4 bedroom country home between Kingston and Napanee. Large lot. Ready for a handyman to restore. Large outbuildings with new dog pen. Bright, open concept kitchen/dining room. Immediate possession. $99,900. (EX2850) MLS 12604538


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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

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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

197 kinG street $229,900. Excellent neighbourhood. Appliances included. Attached garage, FA gas heat, central air. Newer windows, soffit & eaves, 585 WestPLAin roAdm - $119,900. 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

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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.

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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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.

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 $194,900.

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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chArminG And BeAutiFuL Updates throughout this Victorian 3 bedroom, 3 bath home include 200 amp, plumbing, roof, windows. New boiler and insulated basement. Features include hardwood flooring throughout, high ceilings, 2nd floor laundry, dumbwaiter. An abundance of liveable space with room for a home office. If desired, large principal rooms can blend together to make a huge great room. With an eye-catching wrap-around verandah, west-facing deck and fully fenced large yard, this unique property in a quiet residential area is family oriented and close to all amenities. mLs 12601606 379,000.

in-toWn BuiLdinG Lot Prime building lot on a quiet street in the heart of Napanee. Partially fenced, utilities at the street, mature trees and within walking distance to downtown. A Rare Find. mLs 12601462 $54,900.

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

in toWn WAterFront home Sitting on prime waterfront on the Napanee River, this 1600 sq. ft. bungalow is a lot larger than it looks. Another 800 sq. ft. also finished on the lower level with a semi finished area of another 700 sq. ft. to leave for storage or convert to a family or games room. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, cathedral ceilings, gourmet kitchen and top of the line fixtures and workmanship throughout. Very economical utilities approximately $650.00/yr. Gas and $1182.00/yr. Hydro. mLs 12601424 $429,900. Virtual Tour. myvisuallistings.com/vt/5436

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5 Acres - GreAt inVestment on sWitzerViLLe rd. Beautiful building location on Switzerville Road. Fully treed lot with 734 feet of road frontage and very close to town. This lot is surveyed has an entrance and a lane already in and is in an area where newer upscale homes are fairly close by. This is a perfect location for a large dream home or severe into three build lots then build on one two or three. mLs 12601945 $49,900.

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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.

A suPerior BuiLdinG Lot! A real deal on a beautiful fully treed 2.71 acre lot with a good well, new survey and entrance in. Just a short drive north to the Roblin area. Pleasant country views and newer homes nearby. Compare this at $39,000. 12602393

9.93 Acres on Fitchett rd. An excellent 10 acre building lot just 10 minutes south of town in a nice rural setting with great views. Lot backs onto a wooded area, is mostly cleared and is ac3.79 Acres on cessed by good town road. A ButtermiLk FALLs rd. Very nice building lot about 15 great spot for your upscale estate minutes from town and 401. home. mLs 12601099 $44,900. Easy commute to Napanee or Belleville. Very nice road with mArLBAnk BuiLdinG Lot $12,000. upscale homes in the area. Level lot and partially treed. Dug Nice building lot in the quiet vilwell with return rate of approx 16 lage of Marlbank. Nicely elegals a minute according to re- vated with mature trees. Any port. mLs 12601115 $39,900. offer considered!! 11602452

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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

country PArAdise Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, raised bungalow sitting on over 13 acres of country property. This home is only 3 1/2 years old with central air and vacuum, HRV, and forced air furnace. Full unspoiled basement completely insulated waiting for your finishing touches. Double car attached garage fully insulated with 10 1/2 foot ceiling. Just a great country home. mLs 12601731  $319,900.

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST 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.

$369,900 mls 12603917

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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93.5 acres within 15 km of Napanee. Great recreational land with ample wood. Hydro past the property. Maple bush on the property. Priced at $79,900. MLS ® 12605098

DOWNTOWN NAPANEE COMMERCIAL

Large commercial building located with high visibility on busy corner in downtown core of Napanee. The building has over 7000 sqft with main floor having a long time restaurant. There is a large open area on second floor and 2 Apts on third floor. Listing price with all restaurant equipment is $299,900 or $279,900 without equipment. Call today for full details. MLS ® 12603513

www.552salmonriverroad.com Lovely Duplex or single family residential home overlooking the Napanee River. 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, 2 Kitchens. Located on a very quiet street on the edge of town. MLS ® 12602573

- 2 year old home - 3 plus 1 bedrooms - Over 4200 square feet of living space on both levels - 4.5 baths - Over 12 acres of land MLS 12604309 Asking $589,900.

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CUSTOM BUILT HOME ON WATERFRONT LOT STARTING PRICE OF $397,000.

- Very private 3 bedroom bungalow set in the pines - Open concept with sunken living room - Full basement, 3 car garage, circular driveway - New roof and new oil tank MLS 12604464 Offered For Sale at $244,900 1506 Sq Ft MLS 12604423

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Take your pick of 3 designs and it will be built on a 5.5 acres estate lot on the Salmon River near Forest Mills. 10 minutes to Napanee. Each plan has 3 levels of finishing to pick from. Custom Model, Deluxe and Elite. Turn Key homes with upgrades that will make your friends jealous.

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- 3 Bed, 2 baths - Extensively renovated and upgraded - Approx 30 acres with Barn and Garage - Waterfront on Salmon River MLS 12604053 Asking $495,000

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This well appointed, quiet and private waterfront home located on Beaver Lake with fantastic views is a must see! Totally up-dated 4 season home with attached sun room and large deck. UV System (2011), dock (2010). High efficiency propane furnace and hot water tank. Gradual sloping to the lake. Clean deep water for swimming off the dock. Landscaped gardens. Lots of parking. Year round hardtop, well maintained road. $319,900. MLS 12605164

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Built in 1878 where Beaver Lake meets County Road 41, the 217 seat Lakeview Tavern has long been a traditional gathering place for residents and cottagers alike. High effieciency propane furnace and A/C installed 5 years ago. Large exclusive customer parking plus adjacent public parking. Huge 5 bedroom apartment over the Tavern fully, renovated in 2011. A great opportunity to earn an income and enjoy the lifestyle. $399,000. MLS 12605185

- Highly desirable water front home on Long Reach - Privately set Cedars - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths - Cathedral ceiling - You really need to view this unique home to appreciate the value MLS 12601521 Offered for sale at $399,900.

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- Stone Executive west end corner lot home - 3 Levels of finished living space - Very private backyard with large deck - 3 plus 2 bedrooms - 3.5 baths MLS 12604554 Offered For Sale at $399,900 This beautiful off-the-grid 2+ acre property Located on Sheffield Lake, just north of Tamworth, with 203 feet of prime waterfront is a great rustic retreat. Lots of Canadian shield out-croppings and is well treed for privacy. Tiered decking to two docks. Deep water for swimming. Included is a 30 foot trailer (sleeps 4), a gazebo, a hanger for storage, and a pontoon. Lots of room to bring the tents too. Good build potential. A must see! $119,000. MLS 12604846

This historic Georgian style home was built back in the mid 1800's. Lots of character with many original features including hardwood/pine floors, trim and corner cabinets with restoration opportunity. Deep lot with salt-water inground pool and mature perennial gardens. Covered side porch to patio and walkout from basement. Approximately 15 mins north of Hwy 401 and easy commute to Kingston, Napanee or Belleville. $175,000. MLS 12603803

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- Waterfront hobby farm on 62 acres - 3 bedroom bungalow - 40x40 heated workshop - Barn with 5 horse stalls and more Priced to sell at $349,900

- Exquisite bungalow in a waterfront community - 2 plus 1 bedroom - 1.5 baths - Too much to list check out website or MLS 12604766 Offered For Sale at $389,500

VACANT LAND CEDAR COVE ESTATES – $99,900 . On pristine White Lake just 25 minutes north of Napanee. This 3-season cottage is cosy & solid and sits on a good size private lot with beautiful views of the lake right from your deck. Annual maintenance fee for common areas innclude: drilled well, beach, dock and park areas. Holding tank and hydro are separate. Well maintained seasonal road. Cedar Cove Estates is a co-ownership arrangement. MLS 12600218

AFFORDABLE COTTAGE – $75,000 . On pristine White Lake. Year round access, beach, dock, fishing, boating, swimming. Ideal for those entering the cottage market or a place for snow birds to nest in the summer. Built-in bunk-beds in smaller bedroom. Beautifully maintained, built on a mobile home base. Part of Cedar Cove Estates, a co-ownership arrangement. Great opportunity to enjoy the cottage experience! MLS 12601437

MLS 11606811......8 Plus acres with waterfront offered for sale $60,000. MLS 12604246......4.37 acres with 105 feet Hay Bay waterfront $249,900. Off: 613-354-4347 For more photos, check out the web addresses with each listing!

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als you would like. If you are going to build the fence on your own, your building supply store can help you determine what materials you will need based on your measurements and chosen design. Depending on how elaborate your fence design is, you may want to consider hiring a professional or at least a designer to draw up the plans for you. Whenever possible, ask for referrals from family, friends or neighbours. Fencing materials

While chain link or metal fencing can offer great security, wood fences are probably the most popular choice for homeowners. Wood fences along with vinyl or composite look-alikes are some of the most attractive fencing options available. The most common material for wooden fences is pressure-treated lumber because of its durability, resistance to rot and affordability. Pressure treated wood isn't completely resistant to moisture however, which means that you'll have to apply a water repellent to your fence on an

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Express fall just short of qualifying goal Napanee’s bantams finish third at OASA eliminations By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER othing spoils a party worse than having the host upstaged, but that’s exactly what happened to the Abundant Insulation Napanee Bantam Express at the OASA qualifier this weekend. The home team came within a win of qualifying for the Eastern Canadians in St. Croix, N.S., but instead wound up in third. Napanee’s 4-2 record just didn’t cut it, losing to Teeswater and Port Perrythe eventual first and second place teams. Napanee’s run came to an end with a 9-1 defeat to Teeswater on Sunday. A win there would have assured them a top two finish in the 15 team tournament and advanced them to the Eastern Canadians. “When you look at the crop of teams that was there, it was a really competitive tournament,” said Express head coach Brent Mills. “When you look at the fact that we finished third and the only teams we lost to were the ones that are going (to the Eastern Canadians) it's a good thing to take out of the tournament.” The Express announced their presence with authority in their first game on Friday as Jeremy Martin tossed a fiveinning, no-hit effort against Oshawa. The bats provided him with more

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Barry Hogeboom will look to ignite the Napanee Express offense this weekend in New Dundee.

Midget Express ramped for elims Top-four finish needed By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER he Grant’s Insurance Napanee Midget Express have spent the majority of the season punching above their weight class, facing pitchers almost a decade older than them. They’re hoping to reap the benefits of that tactic this weekend as they head into the 14 team elimination tournament in New

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Dundee. A top four finish earns them the right to represent Ontario at Nationals in Fredericton N.B. “We haven’t seen any of the (midget) teams,” said Express head coach Mike Bolton. “We chose not to go into the two midget tournaments they had up west simply because we chose to go into men's tournaments.” The idea was to speed up their bats by facing older pitchers in the hopes that when facing their own level they’d be ramped up and make solid contact.

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Napanee’s Brandon Tucker scampers into third with a triple just ahead of the throw during a 10-0 rout of Oshawa during the OASA eliminations. than enough offense, pounding out 10 runs. Hits were harder to come by in their next game, as they managed to bang out just two, but scored a run in the process to edge New Hamburg 1-0. Alex Douglass picked up the win. They battled Port Perry tough, holding a 3-2 lead into the fifth before a two run shot erased their lead and put them on the wrong end of a 4-3 decision. Brett Milligan was a tough luck loser in that one. Napanee rebounded

with a 5-2 win over Fullerton and rallied from a 5-1 deficit to beat Tavistock 117 and advance to the semifinals. Josh Murphy paced the offense with a .449 average for the tournament. Haaken Zatterberg wasn't too far behind, hitting at a clip of .386. Mills says it was a character win like the Tavistock game that makes him feel this team isn’t far behind Teeswater and Port Perry. With a lucky break here or there, it might have been Napanee who was

packing for Nova Scotia. “It’s pretty heart breaking to get so close and not get there,” said Mills. “Especially knowing that this whole group has never been there before and knowing how badly they wanted to go.” While they didn’t qualify for the big dance, Napanee was one of eight teams to earn a spot in the provincial tournament, which will take place Aug. 10-12 in Port Perry. There they will get a second shot at Teeswater and Port Perry.

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Bath golfer pulls off upset to make round-of-16 BEAVER STAFF ath's Augusta James advanced to the round-of-16 at the Ladies' British Amateur Golf Championship at Scotland's Carnousite Links last week, becoming the highest placing Canadian at the event. Her run came to an end on Friday, losing to Israel's Laetitia Beck in match play. The tournament teed off last Tuesday with two

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rounds of stroke play, with the lowest 64 competitors advancing to match play. James, who is a member of Team Canada's Development team, finished stroke play with a two day total of 10 over par and a share of the 32nd spot. James, who entered the round-of-64 match play event as the 33 seed, defeating Germany's AnnKathrin Linder of Germany. She followed that up with an upset of Scotland's Sally Watson to become the only Canadian entry to

make the round-of-16. Stephanie Meadow of Northern Ireland went on the capture first place. A Canadian golfer hasn’t claimed the title since Marlene Stewart did it in 1953. Later this month the 19-year-old James will return to her home course, the Loyalist Golf and Country Club, and attempt to defend her Ontario women's amateur title. That is set for July 17 to 19. James won 2011’s title in Guelph, winning by three strokes.

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Fortunately for the Napanee Outlaws rugby team, their match against the U-18 Kingston Panthers was only an exhibition. Despite Napanee’s Matt Sweet (pictured) try, the Outlaws still fell 38-34.


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Golfers Dave Pinnell Jr. (left) and Jamie Cybulski teed off at 5 a.m. on June 20 and played through until 9 p.m., completing their longest day of golf for charity. When all was said and done they raised $1,912 for Hospice L&A, completing a combined 145 holes at the Napanee Golf and Country Club.

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Early results have yielded positive results, as four of the Express team were borrowed by the Sydenham's junior team for their eliminations this past weekend. Cole Bolton, Taylor Brown, Brett Irwin and Barry Hogeboom were the team's top four hitters, notching a combined 23 hits. After qualifying last year with a third place finish, the Express certainly have reason to believe they can do it again. Still that doesn't mean they're booking their ticket for out east just yet. “We’re not going in there cocky at all,” said Bolton. “We’re going in there with a mission. Whatever happens, if we can get to that fourth spot, that's our goal.” Napanee will count on Cole Bolton and Eric Morgan to eat up some key innings from the pitcher’s circle. At the plate they’ll look to capitalize on every chance they get. They have the power to drive the ball,

but have spent a good portion of league play manufacturing runs when facing tough pitching. The rest of the roster includes Connor

Wells, Mitch Goodfellow, Cody Brooks, Sloan Creighton, Mike Jordan and Adam Near. “Everyone’s going to get

lots of playing time,” said Bolton. “It takes five games in a row to win it. If you happen to lose a game it takes eight or nine.”

team. Coulson South had the Dark Blue team's loan goal. In U-8 action, the Yellow team’s Luc Amat and Zach Veronez each had a pair of goals and Wyatt Johnston chipped in with

one to post a 5-1 win over Light Blue. MacKenzie Tyner had the Light Blue's only goal. Green’s Shane Dowling had a hat trick while Abby Gillan scored once to edge the Red team 4-3.

In the U-11 division the Red team blanked Yellow 2-0. Seth Lee and Andrew Botting found the back of the net to account for all the game’s scoring. Issac Brown’s two goals were just enough for the Maroon team to edge Orange 2-1. Josh Legault

responded for Orange, but it wasn’t enough. In the U-17 game Light Blue shutout Green by a count of 6-0. Jacob Bell and Christian Howes each had a pair while Teri Weatherhead and Ben Brown had singles to fuel the offense in the victory.

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Eric Morgan and the Grant’s Insurance Midget Express are aiming for at least a top four finish at this weekend’s eliminations.

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Halliday is champ leading into the holiday

By Cathy Hunter SPECIAL TO THE BEAVER Tim Nimigan, local cartoonist and retired teacher, was welcomed as a new member to the 53 golfers present at Napanee Golf and Country Club Thursday Night Men’s League on. Overall low net winner for the evening was Murray Halliday with a 28.5. First low gross in A flight was Paul King with 37. Second low gross, with the same score, was Milt Rose. Low net scores were: first, Jay Hawley, 33; second, Dennis Chadwick, 33; and third, Duncan Burke, 33.5. Vern Amey was first low gross in B flight with 47 and Al Pomeroy was second with the same score. Low net prizes in the flight went to John Deren, 33 and Harvey Rombough, 34.5. In C flight the first low gross was Eric McConnell, with

44, and second was Chris McKeown, 44. When scores are the same, retrogression determines the order of the winners. Low net for the flight were Paul Murphy, 32.5, Dave Burke, 34, and Al Thompson, 35.5. D Flight gross prizes went to Rob Baker, 45, Dick Dodds, 46 and Dave Welsh 48. Net prizes went to Dennis Snider, 32.5, Len Joyce, 34, and Matt Hale, 34. Al Thompson was the attendance draw winner. Brian Kaye won the Scotia prize for being closest to the pin on 7 and Shane Asselstine won the Pepsi prize for closest to the pin on 2. The L & A Mutual special prize went to Daryl Latimer for his efforts on the fifth. The 50/50 draw winner was Shane Asselstine. Friday Night Scramble, drew 55 golfers who were divided into 13 groups. Top group for the night was

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July 26: Napanee OPP kids’ fishing derby, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Conservation Park.

July 28: Napanee Outlaws rugby, Gatineau Mirage @ Napanee, 1:30 p.m. at NDSS.

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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE County Road 6 Motorists are advised that County Road 6 north of Amherstview will be CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC from County Road 23 (Taylor-Kidd Boulevard) to Caton Road. This closure is scheduled to be in effect from approximately 6:00 p.m. Monday, July 9 to 6:00 p.m. Thursday, July 12, 2012.

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As You Like It plays in Wilton BEAVER STAFF Ottawa’s newest professional touring theatre company is coming to Wilton this month to bring to life one of William Shakespeare’s most enduring pastoral comedies. The stopover is part of the Bear & Co.’s parks tour this summer, featuring As You Like It, a play directed by Will Somers with musical direction by Rachel Eugster. Tickets for the July 14

This closure is necessary to allow for major repairs at the CN Rail crossing.

A detour route via local roads will be signed. Motorists may wish to consider using alternate routes. The County of Lennox and Addington appreciates your patience and regrets any inconvenience caused by this temporary road closure. S. Roberts, C.E.T. Manager, Roads and Bridges County of Lennox & Addington 97 Thomas Street East Napanee, Ontario K7R 4B9 Telephone: 613.354.4883

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mingle with beatniks, and featuring cool classic folk music, As You Like It offers audiences a great way to beat the heat.” Bear & Co. is touring parks throughout Ottawa and beyond from July 4-27 and will be appearing as part of the Downtown Rideau BIA’s Summer Fling Theatre Series on August 2-5. Following park performances in Ottawa on July 12-13, Bear & Co. will perform at the Wilton Village Hall on July 14.

Correction A caption for a photograph on Page 14, of last week’s Beaver, for a story regarding J.J. O’Neill’s new outdoor classroom, contained incorrect information. The two girls shown in the picture are (from left) Bonnie O’Brien and Sarah Minaker. The Beaver regrets the error.

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1370 WHItE tractor, 2-wheel drive, 62 hp, good condition. Call 613-373-9348. 16’ ALUMInUM trailer; 2 hay wagons, new racks, $600 each; bale spear, $200. Call 613-530-5859. 2011 HAY alfalfa mix, 3x3x7 bales, first cut, $45; second cut, $50. Murray and Dean Head, 613-4766446. 2012 HAY, alfalfa/grass mix, 3’x3’x7’, $60 each. Murray and Dean Head, 613-476-6446. 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 613-8278485. E-mail: georgewickens@hotmail.com BALE WRAPPInG, round or square bales, tubeline wrapper. Call Shawn Mack, 613-328-6087 or 613-373-0234. BARn REPAIRS, steel roofs repaired or replaced, barn boards replaced, beam repairs, sliding doors, eavestroughs, screwnailing, painting, sandblasting, etc. Call John, 613-392-2569. HAY ALfALfA/tIMOtHY mix, 4x4 HC round bales, $20 each. Murray and Dean Head, 613-4766446. HOARD’S LIVEStOCK auction every Tuesday, For marketing and trucking information, call Murray Jackson, 613-354-6713.

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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.

DOYLES WINDOWS AND SUNROOMS BUY DIRECT AND SAVE HUGE FACTORY DISCOUNTS Take advantage of the weather and large Discounts available on our custom made Windows, Entrance Systems, Patio and Storm Doors. Come see our displays at our showroom at: 140 Industrial Blvd., Unit 1, Napanee, ON Call 613-354-3597 or 1-888-282-5213 Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Evenings and Weekends by appointment

MOORE BROS. Water softeners, water purifiers and filtering systems. Free water test, free installation. Salt available. 613-354-5516.

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CARS & TRUCKS

1998 DODGE 2500 Series, 4x4, $1,500; 2000 GMC truck, excellent condition. Call 613-530-5859.

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.

HOnDA MOtORCYCLES, V-45, 1982 Magna, 750 cc, V4, 550 4 cyl, inline, 1978 Crossways engine, $1,000, both best offer. Call 613-388-2792, leave message. 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, $5,000. Brad, 613-373-2227. POntOOn BOAt, 19’ Princecraft with 40 hp Mercury, 2 years old. Beaver Lake, 613-379-2422.

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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. 613-5394847. nAPAnEE, DUnDAS Street, retail/office space, 900 sq ft plus basement, display window, $675 plus. 613-539-4847.

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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. 20 MInUtES north of Napanee, 3 bedroom duplex, 2 bathrooms, heat and hydro included, shared laundry facilities, $1,200, available August 1st. 613-478-5270. 20 MInUtES north of Napanee, 3 bedroom basement apartment, heat and hydro included, shared laundry facilities, $950, available August 1st. 613-478-5270. 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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Very large, approx 1900 sq.ft. Main floor - living room, dining room, 2 pc bath and kitchen. Upstairs - 3 large bedrooms, laundry room and full bathroom. Hardwood floors throughout. Fenced-in backyard. 3 car driveway. Usable basement. Beautiful part of Napanee! Walking distance to downtown. Fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer included. Available September 1st, 2012. $1200 plus utilities References required. No Pets. Non-smokers Call 613.354.4636 for a viewing or more details.

ASSIStED LIVInG, rooms currently available for seniors, Sherwood Manor, 231 Dundas Street West. 613-354-6446, 613-3540038. AUGUSt 1st, 1 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. AVAILABLE IMMEDIAtELY, modern 1 bedroom ground floor apartment, close to downtown, $620 monthly plus hydro, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613561-7956. BRIGHt, SPACIOUS 1 bedroom basement apartment, fridge/stove, washer/dryer, $525, approximately 2 miles from Napanee, no pets, no smoking. 613-388-2923. 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 613-352-7805 for viewing. 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. 613561-7956. fURnISHED 1 bedroom, first/last, inclusive, no pets, working professional only, prefer non-smokers. Call 613-354-5409. 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 BEAUtIfULLY renovated second floor apartment in Napanee, 2 bedrooms, fridge/stove included, hookup for washer and dryer, close to downtown, no smoking, no pets, $850 plus hydro, available August 1st. 613-3549149. 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 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 apartment in Napanee, includes appliances, heat and parking, lights extra, $700. Call 613-929-4155. OnE BEDROOM apartment, downtown Napanee, security entrance, parking, $600 plus monthly, available immediately. For viewing call Mark, 613-388-2953.

fURnISHED ROOM available, all utilities included, Napanee Motel. 613-354-6720. REnOVAtED MODERn 2 bedroom apartment, $850 plus hydro (heat supplied by landlord), in 4plex, July or August 1st. 613-3543424. SMALL 1 bedroom apartment in Napanee, includes appliances and parking, $625 plus hydro. Call 613929-4155. SMALL BACHELOR apartment, upstairs, suitable for 1 person, no pets, non-smoker, available July. Call 613-354-2435. tWO BEDROOM upper apartment in quiet building, first/last, references, available immediately, $925. Call 613-354-2636. tWO BEDROOM second floor apartment, clean adult building, non-smokers, no pets, references, all inclusive. 613-473-0715. tWO BEDROOM house in Deseronto with single detached garage, gas heat, available August 1st, $875 plus heat and hydro, first/last and references required. 613-354-1706. tWO BEDROOM apartment, very large kitchen, very large living room, dining area, fresh paint, new flooring, plenty of windows, patio, available immediately or August 1st, $875 inclusive, no dogs. 613354-2265. 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, skylights, security entrance, laundry, $695 plus. For viewing, Gary, 613-478-2043. WAtERfROnt APARtMEnt, Glenora Ferry, utilities/laundry included, no pets/non-smokers, ideal for single person, $875. 613-3739368.

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EntERPRISE AREA, 3-4 bedroom house. Call 613-888-0288.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

InCOME PROPERtY, duplex, 115-117 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 613-5323672 for income statement or appointment to view.

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

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MOtHER AnD grandmother willing to babysit in her home, Palace Road, Napanee. Call 613-3544604.

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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. 613214-7921. CLEAn UP, no moving. Call 613396-8656.

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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. REnOVAtIOnS, REPAIRS, carpentry, drywall, ceramic, hardwood, laminate flooring, painting, windows and doors, roofing, etc. Free estimates, John, 613-3543671; cell, 613-561-1621. WE CLEAn homes, offices, windows and carpets, free estimates. Call 613-396-5258 or 613-4835290.

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PARt-tIME HELP on dairy farm required immediately. Call 613354-9374.

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(20 hours per week) Application Deadline: July 16, 2012 4pm Preferred Start Date: August 20, 2012

Person with excellent organizational, computer and people skills required to run a busy church office and provide support to Minister, Staff, Board, etc. Church office experience preferred. For more information see www.graceunitedministries.ca and send resume with detailed work history and references to graceuc@mycando.ca with office administrator in the subject line.

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WE HAVE the key to unlock locked-in pension funds, free consultation. To relieve financial stress, call 613-779-8008.

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DO YOU feel that your personal life is or has been deeply affected by close contact with a problem drinker? If so Al-Anon can help you. For more information call 613-384-2134, 613-3549835. fEEL YOU have a drinking problem? Help is available. Call Alcoholics Anonymous. Napanee, 613-354-9974, 613-354-4890; Deseronto, 613-396-2543. PAIntInG On the dock, limited spaces, 4 week program, inspire personal growth, relaxation psycho therapy, meditation, ENT, materials included $160. 613-354-6720.

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fIREARMS AnD Hunter Education courses at Henderson School. Firearms course, July 6th, 7th: Hunter Education, July 13th, 14th. Wild Turkey license examinations. Call Bill, 613-335-2786.

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tRIPOD, LEft at Centennial Park. Contact Sandra Randall, 613-659-3911 or drop off at OPP.

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I want to thank my neighbours and friends for the cards, flowers, gifts and food brought to our home and also my family for looking after me. Rose Ingoldsby.

MEMORIAMS

BRADLEY - In loving memory of Frederick Douglas, who passed away 20 years ago on June 29, 1992. I once had something special That money could not buy, I had a very special dad And had to say good-bye, Our memories and photos Are all I have to touch Of a very special person, Whom I loved and miss so much And when I feel lonely And tears fill my eyes, I think of you at peace And I know I shouldn’t cry, So I try to hide my heartache As you would want me to And when I cry my tears alone, No one hears them but you. I miss you dad so much, I will see you someday. Love, your son Frederick Robert Bradley and daughter-in-law Gweynne.

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KIMMERLY - In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Harold, who passed away July 6, 1997. Tenderly we treasure the past With memories that will always last. Lovingly remembered by Marie and family. MENOR - In loving memory of Carl, who passed away July 1, 2011; Mother, July 1, 1989. A sadness still comes over us, Tears in silence often flow, Memory keeps you near us, Though you died one year ago. Sadly missed, remembered by Grace, Gerald, Shirley, Steve and Wayne. STOKES - Allen, 1951 - 2010. Beautiful memories are wonderful things, They last till the longest day, They never wear out, They never get lost And can never be given away. Loved and remembered always, Mom and brother Don. STOKES - Allen, who passed away July 10, 2010. “Always in thought, memories forever”. We miss you because we love you, You were dearer to us than gold, No treasure on earth can replace you, Your memory will never grow old. Daughter Shasta, grandchildren, Faith and Briana.

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STOKES - Allen, July 10, 2010. A million times I’ve needed you, A million times I’ve cried, If love could have saved you, You never would have died, Things we feel most deeply Are the hardest things to say, My dearest one, I loved you In a very special way, If I could have one lifetime wish, One dream that could come true, I’d pray to God with all my heart For yesterday and you. Love you always, Marilyn.

MILLER - In loving memory of my dear wife, Heather Lynne, September 13, 1961-July 7, 2005. Seven years have passed and gone Since one we loved so well, Was taken from our home on earth With Jesus Christ to dwell, The flowers we place upon the grave, May wither and decay, But the love for her who sleeps beneath Shall never fade away. Love, Garry.

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In loving memory of our dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who passed away on July 9, 2011. We thought of you with love today, But that is nothing new, We thought about you yesterday And the days before that, too, We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, Now all we have are memories And your picture in a frame, Your memory is our keepsake With which we’ll never part, God has you in His keeping, We have you in our heart. Always in our thoughts and sadly missed by son Hudson and wife Marion, grandson David, his wife Darlene and family.

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August 1, 1946 - July 4, 2011 No more pain, no more suffering, One year has passed since God called you Home, Resting in a quiet country graveyard, Beneath a tall oak tree, Our lives go on without you, But nothing is the same, A beautiful fall wedding, Two new grandsons named after you, Another hockey season you would have loved, Lots of goals and lots of laughs, Dance, soccer and swimming are on the go, We often turn to share these moments with you, Only to be reminded that you are not there. We knew you were on the bench cheering, As we honoured your memory not long ago, Supporting a good cause is something we learned from

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STOKES - Allen, July 10, 2010. May the winds of love blow softly And whisper for you to hear, That we’ll always love and miss you And wish that you were here. We love and miss you Grampy. Sandy, Cathy, Shelly and Bethany.

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AKEY, Donald

AT Kingston General Hospital, June 18, 2012, beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother. Very Special “Poppy” to Logan and his sister Amy. Arrangements by Simpler Times Cremation. Don was Our Rock, Our Heart, Our Life, Our Love, His love never let us down. Love you forever. From James Matthew Bruce. “God gives us our memories so that we might have roses in December”. Corinthians 13. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. May God’s grace be given that we shall meet again in Heaven.

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BUTLER, Kathleen Elizabeth

Died peacefully on Sunday, July 1, 2012, at the age of 46, from cancer. Loving and devoted mother of Nicholas and Richard, daughter of Lois and the late Richard and loving sister to Mike (Elise), John and Tina. A caring aunt to Amanda and Amy (daughters of Tina) and Emily and Jessica (daughters of Mike and Elise). Cherished granddaughter of Thelma and the late Bill Butler. Remembered with deep affection by her aunts and uncles, Diane (Bob), Dennis (Gail), Barry (Wendy), Valerie (Howard) and Bob and many cousins. Kathleen was a deeply spiritual person who found solace in nature and especially at her grandparents’ house near the river, in Newburgh. She will be fondly remembered as a kind, compassionate and joyous person. A Celebration of Kathleen’s life will be held at a later date in Newburgh. If you wish to make a donation in memory of Kathleen, please donate to St. Josephs Hospital Foundation London for The Acquired Brain Injury Program. The family wishes to thank all care workers and physicians in Palliative Care at the Parkwood Hospital in London and the Freeport Hospital in Kitchener-Waterloo. Condolences may be sent to amorgan44@hotmail.com and they will be forward on to all family. Please advise as well if you would like further information regarding the Interment at a later date.

BARKER, Reg

At the Kingston General Hospital on Saturday, June 30, 2012. Reginald M. Barker of Napanee, at age 84. Son of the late Hazel and Hilliard Barker and husband of the late Rose McClaren. Dear father of Jeff (Donna), Wayne and Carol. Grandfather of Shaun (Michelle), Jennifer (Shawn), James and Graeham. Great-grandfather of Jake. The family will receive friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (WannamakerTierney Chapel) on Thursday, July 5th from 12 noon followed by a Service in the Chapel at 1pm. Interment Riverview Cemetery. Donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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you, Sad are the hearts that loved you, All we have now are memories, Those special moments will never be forgotten. Continue to walk with us through life’s journey, Rest in peace dear husband, father, granpa, hoppa and friend. All our love, Veronica, Donnie, Sarah, Lauri Anne, Adam, Kerry, Adam, Andrew, Karrah, Taylor, Brandon, Cameron, Emily, Benjamin, Jackson, Hunter and Ty.



Thank you to all family, friends, neighbours and co-workers for your love and support during Fred’s illness and the difficult time following his passing. Words cannot express our sincere appreciation for your thoughtfulness, visits, flowers, food dropped off, childcare, and the donations made in Fred’s memory. Thank you to Father McDermott for his guidance. A special thank you to all those who came out and supported the First Annual Fred Wemp Memorial Ball Tournament. Thank you to those who volunteered their time, made donations and played in the tournament. It was a huge success and many children will benefit, through participation in organized sports, from your generosity.

DEATHS

EASTERBROOK, Heather

Suddenly, at the Lennox and Addington County Hospital in Napanee on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Heather Carolyn Easterbrook of Tamworth, at age 67, beloved wife of the late Alan Easterbrook. Dear mother of Richard (Tracy) of Tamworth and loving Nana of Candice and Natasha, also fondly remembered by her brothers, Richard Dow (Heather) of Erin and Wayne Dow of Rawdon, Quebec and her nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service was held at Christ Church in Tamworth on Monday, July 2nd at 11am. Interment Christ Church Cemetery followed by a reception at the Tamworth Fire Hall, In the care of the Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth (613-379-2997). Memorial donations made to the Stone Mills Fire Department (Tamworth Station) would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

FORTNER, Beatrice

(nee McLeod) December 2, 1920 - July 1, 2012 It is with great sadness that we announce Beatrice’s peacefully passing at the Friendly Manor Nursing Home in Deseronto, in her 92nd year. Beloved mother of Rita (Aretta) Manion of Harrowsmith and Betty Fortner of Sydenham. Predeceased by her son Charlie Fortner of Vernon, B.C. Dearest grandmother of 11 grandchildren, great-grandmother of 26 grandchildren and great-great-grandmother of 8 grandchildren. In keeping with Mom’s wishes, there will be no Service, cremation will take place at the Glenhaven Memorial Gardens in Glenburnie. Interment will take place at a later date at Highland Memorial Gardens, Toronto. The family would like to send a very special thank you to the exceptional staff at the Friendly Manor Nursing Home and Dr. Reynolds. For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society in memory of Beatrice. Online condolences may be made at www.mcgladefuneralhome.com In the care of the McGlade Funeral Home, 78 Centre Street, Deseronto, Ontario (613-396-2310).

MILLIGAN, Betty

At the Kingston General Hospital, with his loving family by his side, on Monday, July 2, 2012, at age 49, former husband of Jennifer. Loving father of Josh. Survived by his mother Shirley and predeceased by his father Dale. Caring brother of Sharon (Ron) Doreen and Jon (Leslie) Dupre. Cherished grandson of Garnet Dupre. Fondly remembered by Kirk (Dorothy) Dupre, Deborah (Gerald) Stullen and by many nieces, nephews and cousins. The family will receive friends at the Temple of Prayer and Praise, 235 West Street, Napanee on Friday, July 6, 2012 from 10am11am. Service to follow at 11am. Interment Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Donations by cheque to the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario will be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel”.

(nee Hart) At the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital on Wednesday, June 27, 2012, in her 65th year, beloved wife of the late Dan Milligan. Loving companion of Rick McGarvey and cherished mother of Tracy (Shannan) of Napanee and Trevor (Sarah) of Roblin. Sadly missed by her 6 grandchildren. Dear sister of Donna Detlor (Benny), Marion Carroll (late Glen), Shirley Fenwick (Jim), Eddy Hart (Marg) and Bob Hart (Amber). Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Friday from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service was held in the Chapel on Saturday, June 30th at 1pm. Interment Riverview Cemetery. Donations by cheque to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (Kingston Chapter) will be remembered with appreciation by the family.

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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.

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RUSSELL, Marian

Peacefully, at the Lennox and Addington County Hospital in Napanee on Tuesday, June 26, 2012. Marian Pearl Russell of Napanee, at age 94. Beloved wife of John Russell and dear mother of Barbara Jocko (David) of Napanee; Kenneth Russell (Sandra Whitley) of Belleville and predeceased by son Douglas Russell (Diane of London). Loving grandmother of Nathan Jocko of Ottawa and Andrew Jocko (Megan) of Napanee and Christopher and Nicholas Russell of London. Great-grandmother of Bauer Jocko. Sister of the late Helen Hutchison. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (Wannamaker-Tierney Chapel) at 123 Dundas Street West on Saturday, June 30th from 12 noon followed by a Service in the Chapel at 1pm. Interment Riverside Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

SEDORE, Joseph

Peacefully, with family by his side, at the Lennox and Addington County Hospital in Napanee on Thursday, June 28, 2012. Joseph Herbert Sedore of Tamworth and formerly of Flinton, at age 74. Dear father of Sherry Deshane (Jack) of Kaladar; Sheila Parks (Laurie) of Inverary and Darlene Graham (Murray) of Colborne. Fondly remembered by 7 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Brother of Greta Woodcock (Floyd), Harold Sedore (Charmaine) and Brenda Kyek. Our family would like to thank Lynn and Doug for their care during Joe’s illness. A private family Service will be held at a later date. In the care of the Hannah Funeral Home, Tamworth (613-3792997). Memorial donations made to the Cancer Society or the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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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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ACTIVITY AIDE Pine Meadow Nursing Home

The successful candidate must be an outgoing, energetic team player with a passion for making a difference in the live of our Residents! Applicants must be willing to work evenings and weekends. The incumbent will report to the Resident Program Manager. The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities and qualifications:

RESPONSIBILITIES  Plan, implement and evaluate both individual and group activation program based on assessed needs and as assigned by the Supervisor.  Set up and clean activity area as necessary and transport residents to and from programs. Maintain program and resident records according to department policy. Work cooperatively with other departments to meet resident needs.

QUALIFICATIONS  Candidate must have a post-secondary diploma or degree in recreation and leisure studies, therapeutic recreation, kinesiology or other related field from a community college or university; or are enrolled in a community college or university in a diploma or degree program in such a field.  Demonstrate written and verbal communication skills, as well as excellent documentation skills.  Knowledge and demonstrate experience in one-one/group program planning, implementation and evaluation for both well and the cognitively impaired.  Ability to work independently and the ability to manage time effectively.  Ability to plan, implement and evaluate new ideas, resident programs and volunteer initiatives.  Knowledge and/or experience in working with the geriatric population, especially those with cognitive impairments; as well as awareness of Ministry of Health Standards specific to LTC. CLOSING DATE Interested applicants may forward their resume in confidence no later than July 13th 2012, to the attention of: Mallory Wionzek Pine Meadow Nursing Home 124 Lloyd Street Northbrook, Ontario K0H 2G0 Phone (613) 336-9120 fax (613)336-9144 or e-mail malloryannewionzek@gmail.com

“Our Family Caring for Your Family”

OFFICIAL NOTICES

Come join our team in providing exceptional care for our Residents! We are currently looking for a: Full Time & Part Time Registered Nurse

THE TOWN OF GREATER NAPANEE NOTICE OF TENDER PALACE ROAD SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT

We offer: Competitive wages & benefits Educational opportunities to enhance your skills & knowledge base Supportive environment for reflective practice Family atmosphere work environment Free on-site parking 12 hour shifts & flexible scheduling

Please forward resume to Sue Reynolds by: Fax: 613-384-9407 Email: suereynolds@gibsonfamilyhealthcare.com

Saturday, July 7th 8am (Rain Date July 14th) No Early Birds South of Napanee, off County road 8

163-165 Pruyn Crescent, Bath Look for signs

9am-4pm Saturday, July 7th Bar, furniture, antiques, glassware, knickknacks, clothing.

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Candidates are invited to apply for the position of casual Activity Aide for our 60-bed home located in Northbrook, Ontario.

Helen Henderson Care Centre

Utilities/Public Works 45 Commercial Court Napanee, ON K7R 4A2

Garage Sale Estate Items, small and large items, antique furniture and collectibles.

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Huge Multi-Family Yard Sale 8am-2pm Saturday, July 7th 3690 Highway 41 (2 km north of Roblin) Children’s clothing, kid’s items, maternity clothes, TV stand, Rotel stereo amplifier, Yamaha am/fm receiver, misc household items, plus books, salt and pepper shakers, propane camp stove, animal trap, antique kerosene stove, and much more! Don’t miss the deals!

Hennessy Family Garage Sale 1276 Pine Grove Road, Roblin Saturday, July 7th 9am-3pm Rain or Shine Car seat, vacuum cleaner, booster seat, doll house, weed wacker, clothes for men, women, boys and girls, books, cookies and drinks, and more

OVER 14,600 CIRCULATION

YARD AND GARAGE SALE

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Clean Out Your Garage SEALED TENDERS, in the envelopes provided, will be received by the Director of Utilities and Public Works Construction at the above-noted address, until 2:00 p.m. local time on Wednesday, July 11th for the following project:

CL395342

Requirements: Available days, evenings, nights & weekends Current registration with the College of Nurses in Ontario

12+ houses from Pickeral Park to Blakewood Lodge Antiques to swimming pools and everything in between. CL395500

ROGERS, Stirling Carl

“To be absent from the body is to be present in the Lord”. At the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital, with his loving family by his side, on Thursday, June 28, 2012, at age 84. He leaves Anna (nee Forbes) his wife and love of his life for 65 years, daughters, Linda Judge (Lorne) and Kathy Cook (Robert). Predeceased by his son Harold (Cheryl). Precious grandpa to Mark (Sue), Jennifer (Ron), Sarah, Jeff, Andrew (Hyeon Jung) and great-grandpa to seven. Dear brother of Roy (Betty), Margaret Martin (Bill), the late Harold and brother-inlaw of Ruth Townsend (Terry) and Theodore (Nan). The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Monday from 2pm4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service was held in the Chapel on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 11am. Interment Wilton Cemetery. Donations by cheque to the Gideon Bible Society or the Napanee Standard Wesleyan Church will be appreciated by the family.

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

Multi Family Yard Sale

CONTRACT NO. IS – PW – 2012 - 006 PALACE ROAD SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT

Work of the contract includes sidewalk removal and replacement, storm sewer system removal and replacement, asphalt boulevard construction and miscellaneous grading. Tender documents may be obtained from the office of the Engineer between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. local time Monday to Friday commencing Thursday, June 28, 2012. There is a one-time charge of $100.00 (including H.S.T.) per copy (non-refundable) for the Tender Documents. If further information is required, please contact the Engineer. The Town of Greater Napanee reserves the right to accept or to reject any tender and also reserves the right to accept any tender other than the lowest tender.

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Peter Dafoe Director of Utilities and Public Works Construction Utilities/Public Works 45 Commercial Court Napanee, ON K7R 4A2

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See last weeks paper and website for details. 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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AT 10:00 Am AUCTION SALE - JOhN AND mARY O’fLYNN Of BELLEvILLE PLUS PRIvATE COLLECTIONS SALE CONDUCTED AT BELLEvILLE AND DISTRICT fISh AND gAmE CLUB 170 ELmWOOD DRIvE, BELLEvILLE, ONT. 2 miles EAST of Belleville on “Old highway 2” and turn NORTh onto Elmwood Drive for ½ mile. ARTWORK- 2 original Manly MacDonald oil paintings, original Poul Thrane oil, original Wm Sawyer oil portrait, FS Coburn etching, water colour by Ramus, Helen V Piddington etching, artwork by AM bailey, Myron Jones, Tin Yan Chan, mUSICAL – Jonas Chickering concert grand piano (serial number 75705), Jonas Chickering square grand in Rosewood, table top Victorla with tin horn, 2 violins, vINTAgE fIREARmS AND SPORTINg gOODS – Parker Bros 20 ga double barrel shotgun (serial number 67123), firearms by Winchester, BSA &Co Snider, Springfield, Harpers Ferry, Snider Enfield, Lee Enfield, Martini Henry, Marbles, Stevens, J Drumoulin & Co., Evinrude 6 hp outboard motor, vintage fishing tackle, collection of wooden shaft club clubs including “Expert” tripod club carrier; carved ducks, ANTIQUE fURNITURE- Victorian burled walnut drop leaf table, oak bow front china cabinet, oak and glass barristers bookcase, 8 piece oak dining room suite, tea wagon, spinning wheel, mahogany hall table, Gibbard bedroom furniture, Gibbard ladies writing desk, oak fireplace mantle, Victorian Mr. and Mrs. and side chairs, oak sideboard, walnut chest of drawers, parlour tables, pine dining table and chairs, walnut sideboard with carved backsplash, silverware table, mahogany coffee table, cutlery box, ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES AND gLASSWARES- Edward Prior 4 case pocket watch in tortoiseshell and sterling silver, set of toy Ives train engines and cars, sterling silver flatware, Paquegnat mantle clock, Burled walnut tea caddy , burled document box, Canadian stoneware with blue, Cranberry oil lamp, Mary Gregory , Wedgewood, Royal Doulton, Flo Blue, opalescent glass, Ivory pieces, Moorcroft, Royalty pieces, RS Prussia, Germany dolls, Inuit snow goggles, harpoon, soapstone carvings, postal scales, vintage cardboard advertising, apothecary bottles, costume jewelry, vintage vinyl record albums numerous other articles. OUTDOORS – Sells at approx 1PM Toro Ground Master 455-D grass cutter with front mount mower and hydraulic lift side mowers, 5’X 8’ single axle enclosed trailer, Complete listing with details available at www.sullivanauctions.com vIEWINg 8 Am – SALE TImE – DAY Of SALE TERmS: CASh OR ChEQUE OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE fOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY Of SALE SULLIvAN AUCTIONEERS Plainfield 613-477-2082 www.sullivanauctions.com for photos

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Selling the Quality Contents of the Home of Irene Fink of Avenue Road, Toronto Sunday, July 8 - Preview 9:30 a.m. Auction 11:00 a.m. Auction to start outside at 10:30 a.m. with small Furniture, Household Items, Numerous Job Lots, Solaris Self-Propelled Push Cordless Electric Lawn Mower & Wicker. Starting inside at 11:00 a.m. to include Estate Jewellery, Oriental Porcelain, Ivories & Painted Folding Screen, Quilts, Sterling & Silver Plate, Press Glass, Crystal, Stemware, China, Dinner Sets, Royal Doulton Figures, Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Collector’s Items, Books, Large Collection of Oil Paintings, Prints & Watercolours to include several Canadian Artists. Furniture to include: Baby Grand Piano, Krug style Bedroom Suite, Biedermeier Style Dining Room Suite, Walnut Dining Suite, Mahogany Empire Hairy Paw Dresser & Tallboy with Mirrors, Victorian & Pine Furniture, Side Tables, Upholstered Furniture, Numerous Oriental Carpets & Light Fixtures and all items associated with a long established home. ****************************************** Monday, July 9, 2012 – Preview 5:00 pm Auction 6:00 pm Auction to include Small Furniture, Collector’s Items, Books & Numerous Tray Lots. Large Indoor Yard Sale: Sunday @ 9:30 am & Monday @ 5:00 pm 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 10:00am AUCTION SALE fOR DOUg DORLAND (mOvINg) 14 CENTRE ST., BRIghTON, ONTARIO DIRECTIONS: main St. Brighton to Centre St. (3rd St. to the south) Watch for Signs. Antiques, cranberry glass, collectibles and household. Partial List: Westminster grandfather clock, marble to entry table, venetian mirror, claw foot drop leaf dining room table, 8 dining room chairs (2 arm, Prince of Wales feather design), china cabinet & matching sideboard, 12 place settings silverplate, various occasional tables (hall & side), 2 leather arm chairs, Chippendale chesterfield, what knot, matching coffee and end tables, 4 piece mahogany bedroom set, brass bevelled chevel mirror, mahogany sideboard, desk, ornate mahogany pedestal, several pieces of Satsuma, several Tiffany style lamps, sm. safe, globe w floor stand, matching crystal gold plated table lamps, 2 Japanese vases, quantity of figurines, several pieces of cranberry glass, Alfred Meakin Kingsdale dishes, misc. glass plates & bowls (Austrian, Germany hand painted, pressed) jack in the pulpit(cranberry), numerous china cups & saucers, cranberry lamp, carnival & pressed glass pieces, lg. collection of canes & walking sticks, lg. collection of shaving mugs(24), antique shaving mug display rack from Brighton Hotel, occasional chairs, couch, inventory of lamp parts, silver coins, mantel clock, collector plates, hand carved chess set, antique porcelain pipe, original stamp & deed 1803 for lot 28 & 29, conc. 4 Brighton Twp.(formerly Murray Twp.) 3 sheets of Canadian $1 bills (1973), various kitchen utensils, misc. tools and garden tools, alum. ext. ladder, Dodge SXT 2002 quad. cab (sells as is), 5x8 Wells Cargo covered trailer, 6 hp. Snow blower, antique locomotive bell metal bell(stamped NYCR). Many more items. Auctioneers Note: Plan to attend this sale. Large assortment of unique items. Doug was the owner of the Antique Warehouse in Brighton for 16 years. Items in excellent condition. For list and pictures go to www.jimnelsonauctions.ca. Owner and auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident on sale day. Terms: Cash or cheque with proper ID. Lunch available. AUCTIONEER: JIm NELSON 613-475-2728 www.jimnelsonauctions.ca

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at 1 p.m. ANTIQUE & MODERN AUCTION SALE At the Palace Building Fair Grounds, York St., Napanee (Behind Curling Club) ANTIQUES & FURNITURE: One of a kind china cabinet & buffet made by a local craftsman; small library table; corner whatnot; large dining table with 6 chairs; farmer’s white table, 6 chairs & buffet hutch; blonde colour kitchen table & 6 chairs; oval Vylas maple table; antique hanging oil dining table light & elect. hall fixture; stained glass Tiffany hanging lamp; wall clock with weights; COLLECTABLES: 1950's tin Structo Ready-mix concrete truck; Dinky toys; Die Cast cars & airplanes; Prince Edward milk bottles (Calnan; Herrinton’s; Roblin Belleville); child’s wooden wagon (Sears); CHINA: Pinwheel crystal; English pieces; etc.; MUSICAL: Yamaha APX 500 guitar (new); Squirer Electric (By Fender); auto harp with case; OTHER: Small slate bottom pool table (excl) (E. P. Riley); power glide electric hockey game; Crossman pellet rifle; transit inst., 2 McCullough chainsaws; large anvil; large 9x10 tent (as new); 8 hp Yamaha outboard motor; 5 gal. Johnson outboard tank; several horse blankets NO BUYERS PREMIUM - Very Partial Listing VIEWING SALE DAY ONLY - 12 noon Terms: Cash, Interac, Visa, MasterCard only. Canteen available NEIL LAMBERT, AUCTIONEER Napanee 613-354-3406 e-mail Sally1@KOS.net For pictures - www.lambertauctions.ca Next sales - July 23 at the Palace in Napanee - July 28 on site in Picton

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AT 5:00 P.m. DOUg JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEvILLE AUCTION SALE fOR LOIS CROLL, STIRLINg Antique china cabinet/ glass on 3 sides, maple single pedestal round kitchen table/ 2 leaves, 6 chairs & matching hutch, chesterfield & chair, sofa loveseat, 2 swivel rockers, antique oak fold down secretary, 2 coffee tables, 3 book cases, entertainment unit, liquor cabinet, modern pine dry sink, nesting tables, dresser/ mirror, deacon’s bench, area rug, large qty. of quality glass & china, Royal Doulton “Sarie Gamp”, Rosenthal cat, Moorcroft candy dish, Nippon & Noritake pieces, Allerton’s “onion” pattern pieces, Approx. 30 Royal Albert “Petit Point” pattern pieces, Wedgwood cup & saucer & “Richborough” cake plate, Minton cake plate, Bridal rose pieces, approx. 50 pieces of Furnivals “Denmark” dishes, Limoges side plates, flow blue pieces, a number of BMP pieces, 3 “Friendly Village” pieces, Indian tree pitcher, collector plates, crystal pieces, stemware, Royal Winton “Summertime” cup & saucer, depression, 2 Royal Crown Derby soup bowls, silver plate, ship’s decanter, 3 military medals from WW II, brass & copper pieces, cuckoo clock, videos, prints & frames, craft supplies, small tools & numerous other pieces. Auto: 2001 Saturn 4 door sedan with 63,000 kms. in excellent condition. Sells certified. Will sell at 7:00 p.m.. See my web site for detailed list & pics AUCTIONEERS: DOUg JARRELL & BEN TREvERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

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AT 10:00 A.m. ON SITE AUCTION SALE: ESTATE Of mRS. IDA PEARL LYONS 1422 SOUTh ROAD, fERNLEIgh, ONT Directions: from Kaladar on hwy. 41 go north 7 kms. past Northbrook, turn onto hwy. 506 & follow 20 kms. to fernleigh. Turn south onto South Road & follow to 1422 sale site. Admiral fridge, Inglis 30” range, Kenmore stacking washer & dryer, Frigidaire small chest freezer, Kenmore microwave, chrome table/leaf & 6 chairs, set of 4 press back chairs, antique press back rocker, Singer cabinet model sewing machine, sofa bed, 2 Lazy boy recliners, swivel rocker, coffee & end tables, RCA TV & 2 VCRs, book case, double bed/ box spring & mattress, 2 single beds, ¾ bed with steel bedstead, antique vanity/ bench & matching chest of drawers, pine night table, small oak table, microwave stand, retro record player/ 2 speakers, ash tray stand, pine 5 drawer chest, night table, dressing mirror, dresser/ mirror, Admiral TV/remote, magazine rack, lawn furniture, floor & table lamps, Filter Queen vacuum (new), old books, prints & frames, old globe, costume jewelry, qty, of glass & china including 6 antique footed carnival nappies, Fire King 3 bowl mixing set, Pyrex mixing bowls, footed cake plate, Royal Albert coffee mugs, chariot clock, “A Santini” signed sculpture, several coal oil lamps, floor fan, Telefunken radio, sewing box, old buttons, material, patterns, collector plates, pink depression tray, footed bowl, fruit bowl & nappies, Germany cream & sugar, press glass pieces, Fire King bowls, “Royal Park” divided relish dish, set of Meyers pots & pans, T-fal pots & pans, stainless bowls, corning ware, corelle dishes, silver plate coffee set, assorted cups & saucers, novelty salts & peppers, jack knives, lodge badges, sheet music, Townhouse “Greendale” pattern set of dishes, canister sets, old cameras, Shark vacuum, small qty. of old coin & currency, linens & bedding, dresser pieces, 2 micro furnaces, small kitchen appliances, snow shoes, & many more smalls. ShOP & gARDEN: Craftsman 13 H.P. 42” cut riding mower, Yard Machine push mower, Craftsman II 11 H.P. 30 inch snowblower, Craftsman 4 rear tine tiller, air compressor, Ryobi 10” surface planer, Craftsman radial arm saw, Delta 10” table saw, National 10” table saw, Crafstman 10 : band saw, Mastercraft scroll saw, Craftsman 4 H.P. 10 gallon shop vac, Mastercraft model 554508 wood lathe (3 ft. bed), 2 sets of lathe chisels, Craftsman router & stand, router bits, wheel barrow, 2 wheel cart, Delta 6” bench grinder, 2 work benches with vises, bird fountain, oil burner, Stihl 026 chain saw, lawn spreader, several shelving units, hand power tools, large qty. of shop tools including Wagner paint sprayer, tap & die set, wrenches, socket sets, ratchet wrenches, drill bits, pipe wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, 2 cant hooks, beam tongs, shop mate, battery chargers, axes, broad axe, limber, chimney brush, qty. of hardware, small qty. of lumber. Hummingbird LCR 400 portable fish finder, fishing rods, reels, line nets, few lures, minnow traps, manual ice auger, 2 boat seats. 2007 Ford Focus wagon with 76,600 actual kms (sells as is) This is a one owner car in nice condition (sold subject to a low reserve). See my web site for detailed list & photos AUCTIONEERS: DOUg JARRELL & BEN TREvERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash or cheque/ ID Estate and/or auctioneer not responsible in case of accident Lunch available


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NDCF celebrates quarter-century this year BEAVER STAFF The Napanee District Community Foundation is celebrating 25 years of community service this year. What began in 1987 when the foundation was established through a gift of $100,000 from the Hogarth family of Napanee, has today grown into a foundation that has an asset base of more than $2.2 million. David Remington, the volunteer executive director at NDCF, started the 25th Annual General Meeting of the Foundation recently with a brief history of the organization. According to Remington, the NDCF has a long tradition of making a difference in Lennox and Addington County. Its support of not-for-profit organizations helps to ensure that many worthwhile community projects are accomplished. The proceeds of the current $2.2 million asset base are invested, with these funds annually given back to the community in the form of grants and scholarships. For 2012, seven organizations received grants to support local projects. A total of more than $16,000 was awarded to the Macpherson House summer program, the Greater Napanee Gymnastics Club, Hospice L&A service promotion, 640 Hastings and Prince Edward Army Cadets, Lennox and Addington Special Olympics, Napanee and Area

Multicultural Society festival, and L&A 4-H Association to visit farm operations. In addition to the general grants handed out each year, there are also more than 20 other funds from which to draw. Donors may direct the awards themselves as is the case with The Mazinaw Community Fund. This year, the Mazinaw Community Fund supported the Land O’ Lakes Food Bank and the Pine Meadow Nursing Home. Carly Wood was this year’s recipient of the Leone Frances Scholarship Fund, which is also donor-directed. This fund is open to women of Lennox and Addington county, and offers a bursary to cover all or part of the tuition costs for education/training needed to enter or re-enter the work force. The focus of the fund is to provide recipients with an opportunity to develop practical skills which will help them gain employment upon graduation. This year, a total of $46,000 was awarded to 15 students through the Charlotte Uens Scholarship Fund, which supports students graduating from Napanee District Secondary School. Recipients of scholarships from the fund are pursuing a post-secondary education. Financial contributions are awarded to those who will be attending a university, college or apprenticeship program in the fall.

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A pair of American tall ships take a break from pursuing the Royal George to blast a few shots at the village of Bath during the ‘Flight of the Royal George’ re-enactment, which took place on Lake Ontario over two days this past Saturday and Sunday. The event — which attracted some 35,000 to the area — was the largest War of 1812 ‘living history’ event to take place in North America this year.

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Sitting shotgun alongside pilot Ken Saumure, Napanee's Byron Perry got a bird's eye view of Canada Day activities around the Strathcona Paper Centre on Sunday. Helicopter flights by Tamworth's Kouri's Kopters Inc. were a popular attraction that day.

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Some bubbly participants in Wiltonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first Bruce Burt Memorial Tractor Parade make their way through the village on Canada Day.

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Greater Napanee firefighter Chad Taylor does a good job cooking pancakes at Napaneeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Canada Day celebration at the Strathcona Paper Centre.

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Maple leaves adorn this float and participant in the Bath Canada Day Parade on Sunday.

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Above, British soldier re-enactors march down to Fairfield-Gutzeit House to participate in the Flight of the Royal George battle; at left, thousands of spectators gather along the Bath waterfront to take in the show.

History with a BANG Cannons echo through Bath again as Flight of the Royal George reset street fight began to brew to drive the American’s from the local shores, that it all came together for It was a weekend that will Smith. “I think one of the go down in history for the funnier stories was when a village of Bath. couple of the American As the region marked officers were harassing the the 200th anniversary of public,” he said. the War of 1812 with a sig“A couple of six-yearnature St. Lawrence War old boys were watching of 1812 Bicentennial when one of them said to Alliance the officers event, Bath of the U.S. ‘It has been a celebrated 21st, ‘It’s not with a numnice to come dream of mine to ber of events and try to including a take our try to bring this re-enactthings.’ It piece of history in just means ment of the Flight of the some of our region to light.’ that Royal the history George. David Smith, is getting “It was passed on to Canadian Fencibles our youth.” certainly very successFor Doug ful and the Brown, a re-enactor with crowds were outstanding,” the 22nd U.S. Infantry said David Smith, event Regiment, the weekend chair for the weekend. was a fun experience. “The checked-in attenThe Brantford native dance was about 35,000 said that his unit was over the weekend and the based out of Pittsburgh, crowds were thrilled with Pennsylvania, with most of the living history side of its members coming from it.” the Greater Toronto Area. Smith said that, from “A lot of people here that standpoint, it was a are easy to talk to,” he once-in-a-lifetime opportusaid. “We were landing on nity to bring to life the his- the beach and forced the tory surrounding the British out, raised the flag Flight of the Royal George. and took theirs down.” “Being tied to Canada Day, Brown said that it was I think the crowd showed an honour to represent the its patriotism,” he told the 22nd Infantry, which is Beaver. still in operation to this For Smith the highday. light during the re-enactLooking back on a sucment was seeing the U.S. cessful weekend, Smith flag lowered and the Union said it was a great experiJack going up. “It has been ence. a dream of mine since I “Everybody is a little was a small lad to try to tired but we’ll take stock of bring this piece of history the impact from a tourism in our region to light,” he perspective,” he added. said. “I found that person“We’re hoping to enhance ally satisfying.” it in the future through It was an incident on the Lafarge 1812 DiscovSunday morning, as a ery Centre.”

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Above, an American gunboat is seen in the foreground with the Royal George (portrayed by the brig Niagara) passing by Bath in the background — and with a modern interloper joining the fray. At right, American forces arrive at the docks at Bath to join the battle on shore while spectators look on.


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Food webs, not food chains “Gardeners are a part of the natural world.” Lois Hole, past L. Governor of Alberta, Garden Communicator Over the years, I have read about gardening, met and talked with a lot of Canadian gardeners, accu-

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right. But stand back from your own personal needs and wants and realize what makes the outdoor space around your home different from your indoor space is that it is not yours at all. It is the lack of enclosures, namely ceilings, windows, and doors that distinguishes your garden. The fact that you hold a legal deed to the property means not a whit to the natural world of which it is a part. Consider the birds, insects and wind that pass through ‘your’ yard on a daily basis. Each holds a free pass to use your place to feed, live, reproduce, and in the case of the wind itself, to just pass by. What is so exciting about the world of gardening today is the growing realization that we do not do it alone: everything that we do in our yards and gardens impacts the natural world around us. In a recent issue of The Garden, the official magazine of the Royal Horticultural Society in the U.K., some ‘Wildlife facts’ were offered up. These stats provide a fascinating snapshot of the natural activity that we foster in our yard by way of the plants that we place and nurture there. Based on a 30 year study of her garden in Leicester, Jenifer Owen discovered 422 species of plants and 2,204 insect species. She estimates that British gardens harbour 8,450 species of insects, that there are 5 billion (with a ‘b’) aphids in a single hectare of garden. She reminds us that Charles Darwin calculated that beneath an acre of healthy soil there are up to 50,000 earthworms. Food Webs While we live a in world based on the obvious – what our 5 senses pick up

from day to day, season to season — there is a lot more going on in our yard than our powers of observation allow us to connect with. Take our reference to the ‘food chain’ for instance. This linear illustration of how we function within the rules of Mother Nature is an oversimplification of how things really work out there. Ecologists now talk about food webs, not chains.

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The magazine, The Garden reports that in a single species of Cytisus (Broom) found 19 herbivores, 60 predators and 66 parasitoids at one site, connected by 370 feeding links. We do not have to understand the implications here; we will leave it to the ecologists to figure it out. Most important is our understanding that our yards and gardens do not stand alone in the universe of life. If I can offer just one thought that might change your vision of what a garden is, let it be this: gardeners provide an impact that is changing the world. To stand at your kitchen window and gaze at what is there with a view to birds, flowers, a deck, barbecue, and to see nothing more is to rob yourself of the benefits of reality. In the garden we often see things two-dimensionally. But that does not have to be. Let me illustrate with this one fact: in a single handful of quality garden soil there exists over 4 billion (another ‘b’) interdependent living organisms. Bacteria, fungi, protozoa, insects, and a cocktail of other stuff work together to create a support system for the plants that grow in your garden. As a result of this complex system we impact the natural world every time we dig a hole, pull a weed, or place a bird feeder on our property. According to Jennifer, if you have visitors to your garden like frogs, toads, earth worms, bats, moles, voles, and song birds you have sure signs that your garden ecosystem is functioning smoothly. Are you Doing Your Part? If you agree that gardeners (and there are over 20 million of us in Canada) have a vital role to play where ecological preservation and enhancement is concerned, then perhaps you will be interested in learning how each of us can do more to enhance that ecosystem. Here are my suggestions: Attract pollinators. Plants produce flowers in an effort to attract pollinators. Exchanging pollen and nectar for sustenance ensures that both the plant and the pollinator have a future. This is symbiotic career advancement.

Plant lots of flowering plants. Use plants that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, song birds and yes, even moths, certain types of wasps, and mason bees. Place a ‘mason bee house’ about two meters off the ground and out of the wind. Put out bird feeders including hummingbird feeders. Squish an over ripe banana with a fork onto a dish and place it outside to attract butterflies. Mix up your bird food to include peanuts, black oil sunflowers, nyjer seed, and quality millet. Water. Provide a drink and a bath for visiting wildlife. You will never know the degree to which a bird bath gets used, especially while you sleep. Grow a variety of trees and shrubs and vines. These permanent additions to your garden support the wildlife that frequents herbaceous perennials and annuals through the production of foliage, flowers, and berries. Leave a pile of brush or fire wood to rot in a corner of your yard. You will likely want this out of sight, which is fine. The insects that the decaying materials attract also attract birds and other predators that feed on them. Think ‘food web’ not ‘chain’. Compost. Your soil will improve as you harvest the finished stuff from your composting unit or pile and it will host small creatures that are all beneficial to your garden. If you get the odd visit from a raccoon, better that they frequent your composter than your attic. They just may turn the raw material over and save you the trouble. It always helps to leave your garden a little bit messy. By that I mean, leave your grass clippings on the lawn, let the leaves that fall in autumn remain on your garden, and allow some of your flowering plants to go to seed after flowering. They will provide a quality source of food for song birds later in the season. I am relieved that we, as Canadian gardeners, have matured to the point where we no longer fight what happens naturally in the world around us. Instead we have a new generation of gardeners (and an old one that is learning!) who are embracing the idea that our gardens are a natural link to the wild world that is outside of our property lines and inside them as well. Question of the Week Q/ My Asiatic Lilies are being eaten by red beetles. What is the best way to get rid of these pests? A/ Lily Beetles can be handpicked from the plant and destroyed in a bucket of soapy water. Another option is to spray the lilies with Neem Oil. Spray the top and underside of leaves every few days for the best control.


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CENTRE… Joint effort made heritage project possible

ready-mix plant donated the concrete. “That’s certainly our As the eleventh hour goal with the Lafarge 1812 approached, Zätterberg Discovery Centre.” said that the groups call for Smith said that the a few extra docks did not centre has been a dream of fall on deaf ears. theirs for a long time but “There is a number of wasn’t closer to being a other local businesses that reality until six years ago. have stepped up and “We got the doors open helped us out in time of and we have a lot of need,” he said. “Only a few enhancements coming to short days ago we were in the displays,” he told the need of a few extra docks Beaver. “By the fall we will and we went over to ask for have our genealogy and some advice at Loyalist research section in place. Cove Marina. They actualUltimately we’ll encourage ly threw a whole bunch of people to both look online people at it and built us and come visit the centre to some docks.” discover He said their roots in these docks the Ernestare now part own area.” of the fabric Countof Bath, less individwhere visiuals have tors can made the come in, project a sucshop and cess, Smith dine at local said. restaurants. “Every“ T h a t Bill Lowry, body has would be a Loyalist Twp. Mayor said all big bonus for along, ‘How the success can we help you.’ No one of this site,” said Zätterput up any roadblocks to berg. making this happen,” he In addition to housing added. artifacts, the centre also “As I have often said, it features documentary can only happen in Bath video clips that bring the and Loyalist Township — regions history to life. they get the connection to Those videos were protheir heritage.” duced by the FairfieldBill Lowry, the mayor of Gutzeit Society and WanLoyalist Township and dering Journalist ProducWarden of Lennox and tions. Addington County, said he For Dale Morrisey, a admires the people who writer/producer with Wanhave worked so hard to dering Journalist Producmake the centre a reality. tions (WJP Media), work “I think it’s going to on the half-hour documenteach a lot of people, espe- tary started in 2010. cially our children, what “It was a lot of fun. It the War of 1812 meant and was interesting and there how proud we are that we were a lot of challenges had the British behind us,” involved, but they were fun he said. challenges,” he said. “We The township con- had to be very creative tributed $160,000 towards because of the budget and the project. timelines involved, and it Randy Hillier, the MPP was an interesting creative for Frontenac, Lennox and process as a result.” Addington, said he has seen a significant difference in society over the last few decades. “From the time I was a child that difference is in our recognition of our history,” he said. “I don’t think there is a more appropriate name than this discovery centre because we are discovering our heritage and our history, and it is wonderful to behold.” Recalling the day that Smith approached him about the centre, Lafarge Bath Plant Manager Mike Kralik said the company is very proud to be a part of this historic moment in Bath. “When David Smith came to us with what the community was looking to do, we knew we wanted to be a part of that,” he said. “It has been a good thing for Lafarge internally as well. We will celebrate our 40th anniversary next year, so we enjoy being a part of the community and want to continue to support what this team is going to do with the Lafarge discovery centre.” He said that the cement plant has committed 10 years to the operation of the site, as well as donating cement, while the

‘I think it’s going to teach a lot of people… what the War of 1812 meant.’

He used the Canadian ship St. Lawrence II as the Oneida in the film, portraying its pursuit of the Royal George. “The Americans in all of their paintings show the Oneida as being the big hulking ship of the lake, when in reality it was the smaller vessel of the two,”

he said. “Right up until September 2011 we didn’t have any footage for the George. We were just using illustrations and pictures, so it was really lacking without that footage.” A chance encounter with the US Brig Niagara in Kingston led to footage that Morrisey videotaped

in Prescott. “In September I was driving through Kingston on Labour Day Monday and there moored right beside the Holiday Inn downtown was this big giant tall ship, which hap-

pened to be the Niagara,” he said. “They were sailing to Prescott and offered to do one sail by and fire their cannons. I went down the next day and sure enough I got one shot, so they were our Royal George.”

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