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Tax issues dominate council meeting BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Answers and statistics regarding the number of residents taxed at urban and rural rates north of Highway 401 were brought to light during Tuesday’s regular Greater Napanee council meeting. Mark Day, Greater Napanee director of finance, presented council with a report detailing urban and rural taxation and services. Council then moved to hold a public meeting in a few months to discuss taxation with the public. Day’s report dealt only with properties north of Highway 401, along County Rd. 41, Community Road, Vanluven Road, Frisk Road, Kimmett’s Side Road, and Goodyear Road, which included 125 properties. Day’s report stated that out of those 125 properties, 99 are urban and 26 are rural. Further, there are 56 properties not on water and sewer that are being taxed at the urban rate, and 26 — also not on water and sewer — being taxed the rural rate. Day said his report aimed to answer questions brought to the Town of Greater Napanee regarding taxation and services in that area. “The question was: the number of properties on Vanluven Road area of the town not on water and sewer services that

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From left, Napanee Raiders players (from left) Michael Parr, Josh Murphy and Cameron Parr delivered lunch to June Lakins, pictured above, as part of the Meals on Wheels program. Lakins has been a Raiders fan since the team began in 1989. The players were on hand to help mark Meals on Wheels week, which was celebrated across Canada.

Construction to start on health centre BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Construction for a new, permanent Napanee Area Community Health Centre began this week — a project that has been about a decade in the making. Kingston Community Health Centres hosted a kick-off event on Tuesday to celebrate the construction phase, which will take about two years to complete. The new NACHC will be located in the former No Frills grocery store lot, located at 26 Dundas St. West.

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“It’s been certainly a long time coming and I’m probably as happy as anybody here to get the demolition of the old No Frills building underway and the construction of the new Napanee Area Community Health Centre started in the very near future,” said Stafford Murphy, director of operations at Kingston Community Health Centres, during Tuesday’s event at the future site. Shirley Boston, a Greater Napanee resident who also serves on the board of directors for KCHC, said the board has put a lot of time and effort into ensuring Greater Napanee community can have the health centre it deserves.

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“This is a big day for us. We have been waiting for it for a long, long time and it’s hard to believe that it’s finally happening,” Boston said on Tuesday, before taking a sledgehammer to the side of the old No Frills building, initiating construction. “It is my hope that this community health centre will not only address the illnesses in this community but also the nonmedical issues that are so significant to our health and well-being,” Boston added, saying that she is hopeful for future growth at the NACHC.

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HEALTH | Construction of new centre first announced in 2011 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Tuesday’s announcement has been in the making since a NACHC was first announced in 2006. Since 2009, NACHC has been providing services locally from a temporary site, located at 6 Dundas Street East. In 2011, the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care provided $6 million for a new building, which began construction at the old No Frills site this week. “It’s taken us 10 years,” said Hersh Sehdev, executive director of Kingston Community Health Centres, saying that she was overwhelmed that construction for the building was now beginning. “Then, it was three or four years that it took us to

convince the Ministry of Health that this community had a vision. The vision was a community hub, where people feel that they belong and they participate, they engage, and make this whole community better,” said Sehdev. “It isn’t just about providing care, it’s about achieving health. That’s what we were hoping for. It took us a while to get there but here we are,” she added. Meagan O’Leary, NACHC program manager, said a new, permanent building was long overdue in Greater Napanee. “For a long time, we’ve been waiting for this building. As we grow, our programs, our staff and our teams keep growing, so we really needed this building.

(It will) help us lay our foundations in the community as a community hub and (to) support our community the best we can,” said O’Leary. On top of providing primary health, education, and counseling to local residents, the NACHC will also include a dedicated, sacred space for Indigenous culture and ways of healing. “We will have space that is dedicated to the Indigenous health program. We work very closely with the Indigenous health community to create a space that will hopefully meet their needs,” said Murphy. Laurel Claus Johnson, co-chair of the Indigenous Health Council, brought greetings from the council during Tuesday’s event.

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“We have a relationship that is built on respect. We acknowledge these ancestral lands that we stand on today. We wish to acknowledge all the good minds that have come together over the years to bring this house of healing to reality,” Johnson said. On top of that, the NACHC vows to be a place that is accessible to all clients in need of health care services. Ken Ackerman, a NACHC client who also serves on the advisory and accessibility committee, spoke on accessibility in the new NACHC building. “I’m representing a number of people in the community with numerous disabilities. This building, I assure you, will meet all the standards and will be open

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‘Skate For Sophie’ scores for girl battling cancer

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A local hockey team organized a charity skate to support a teammate’s sibling battling cancer. Greater Napanee’s

Atom House League organized a ‘Skate for Sophie’ last Friday, which raised $825. Six-year-old Sophie Towns, who attends Selby Public School, has been battling leukemia for a few months. Her brother, Noah, plays on a Greater Napa-

nee Atom House League team, and his teammates decided they wanted to do something to support their friend. “I don’t know how to explain it. It’s my hockey team and I just feel like I need to help out,” said

Caleb Justason, a friend of Noah’s. “My uncle has leukemia and it’s been really hard on our family. So I want to help Sophie because I know how hard it is.” Another teammate, Jacob York, said the team has been trying to do everything they can to support Noah, while his younger sister battles cancer. “It’s a friend on our hockey team and as a friend it feels like it’s our responsibility to help him out when he’s in need,” said York. Friday’s fundraiser

for money to support Sophie and her family instead of gifts. He was able to contribute about $300 on his 10th birthday to Sophie and her family. “We’ve been raising money with these skates and when we’ve had hockey games we’ve raised money and some people are selling bracelets,” York said, explaining the team is doing everything they can to support their friend Noah, and his sister Sophie. “I really hope Noah feels better. The team feels like family,” said Justason.

included free skating at the Strathcona Paper Centre sponsored by the Town of Greater Napanee, a 50/50 draw and raffle prizes. Organizer Jessica McMurter said about 50 people participated in the event. “We’ve spent all of our time and effort on getting this all set up and now that it’s here we’re doing a really good job and I feel like Sophie will have a little bit more help,” said Justason during Friday’s event. York explained that when his teammate, Isaiah Deckwith, celebrated his birthday recently, he asked

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Thursday, March 26, 2015 MARCH 26 ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. MARCH 26-28 CRUSADE Evangelist Ven Allen is holding a crusade at the Mohawk College, starting at 7 p.m. On Deseronto Marysville Road. Call 450479-6965. MARCH 27 HOT LUNCH The Napanee Legion’s district famous lunch bunch are preparing and cooking a mouthwatering homemade hot lunch. Cost is $10 per person and the luncheon runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All are welcome and takeout is available. Plan to attend and support this worthwhile delicious charitable cause. FRIDAY LUNCH SPECIAL Home-cooked food, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Bath Legion in Millhaven. Public welcome. EASTER HAM BINGO At the Tamworth Legion, starting at 7:30 p.m. $500 jackpot. MARCH 28 MUSIC AT THE LEGION The Napanee Legion has live entertainment with Cowboys Don’t Cry from 8 pm to midnight. Cost is $5 for non-members and all welcome. EUCHRE TOURNAMENT Greater Napanee Fire Department will be hosting a euchre tournament at the Selby Hall to raise money for local charities in the Greater Napanee area. We are looking for 50 teams, first come, first serve. Cost will be $30 per team, cash bar available, light refreshments and snacks provided. Contact Katrina Jackson at jkatrina@hotmail.com, 613331-5841. PIE SALE At Riverside United Church in Yarker, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Assortment of homemade pies, $10. BREAKFAST In Enterprise at Stone Mills Pentecostal Church at

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COMMUNITY PULSE 9 a.m. Cost is $5, all welcome. Contact: 613-3582637. ‘BOOB BRIGADE’ LOONIE AUCTION The Relay for Life team the Boob Brigade is thrilled to be back for the fourth annual Loonie Auction. It takes place at J.J. O’Neill Separate School (240 Marilyn Ave., Napanee). Starts at 1 p.m., the first 90 minutes are to check out all of the amazing donations available, and place your tickets. The ticket draws start at 2:30 p.m. and you must be there to win. Admission is $10, for which you will receive 5 Loonie tickets to get started. Additional tickets are $1 each. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Cancer Society as a part of the 2015 Relay for Life in Napanee. For more information, check out the event page on Facebook or contact The Boob Brigade by email: theboobbrigade@hotmail.co m. We are determined to make cancer history! CONCERT At the Bath Legion in Millhaven. Dan Simpson, back by popular demand, from noon to 6 p.m. Admission $2 per person. Pot-luck, refreshments. Everyone welcome. CONCERT Carlos del Junco, one of the best blues harmonica players in the world will perform in concert with his trio at the Tamworth Legion at 8 p.m. Tickets $30. Call 613 379 2808. PIE SALE At Riverside United Church at 2 Mill St. in Yarker, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. An assortment of delicious homemade pies. All pies $10. CHILDREN’S THRIFT SALE At Bath Public School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. $2 Admission (kids free). Raising funds for a play structure. More info

countrygirlj73@gmail.com. BREAKFAST WITH EASTER BUNNY Come out and enjoy Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at the Newburgh Hall on Saturday, March 28 from 911 a.m. Adults $3, children free. Sponsored by the Newburgh-Camden Lions Club. For more information call 613-379-9972. ‘STEP INTO SPRING’ CONCERT

At Deseronto United Church at 1:30 p.m. Salmon River Boys, Ryland Clark, Quartet Melange, Art McCullough and many more. Freewill offering, light refreshments to follow. MUSIC AT THE DESERONTO LEGION Featuring Pickett Fences from 4-8 p.m. SPAGHETTI DINNER Proudly sponsored by the Napanee Lions Club. Come on out and support your local community. Dinner is being prepared by Chef Boy ‘R’ Mark Pilgrim. Dinner will be served from 5-8 p.m. Dinner will be served with buns, salad, coffee, tea, desserts. Adults $12, children under 12 are $6. DANCE Dancing with Jeff Code at the Golden Links Hall in Harrowsmith from 8 p.m. to midnight. Cost is $10 in advance, and $12 at the door. For tickets, call Brenda, 613-372-2410. MARCH 29 MUSIC AND LIFE-CHANGING STORIES NIGHT The Faith Mission in Canada and some of the local churches of Greater Napanee warmly invite you to attend a night of music and life-changing stories. It will be held at the NDSS at 7 p.m. It’s a free event. ‘MUSIC OF THE EASTER SEASON’ At the Community Church of God at 4734 German Rd. in Petworth. Starts at 2 p.m.

SUNDAY BREAKFAST Home-cooked food, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Bath Legion at Millhaven. Public welcome. SUNDAY LUNCH Freewill offering, at 1295 Ridge Rd., Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Queen Anne Parish Centre, noon to 3 p.m. Homemade Easter eggs, baked good and more. HAM SHOOT Zone G1 fundraiser hame shoot at the Tamworth Legion starting at 2 p.m. Five darts for $4. For information, contact Nancy at 613-547-2297. Come out and win your ham for Easter. HAM DINNER Bath and District Lions/Lioness Clubs hosting annual ham dinner, at South Fredericksburgh Hall. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. Adults $15, children 6-12 $7, under 6 free. Call 613373-9374 or 613-352-7720 for tickets prior to March 25. MARCH 31 TURKEY BINGO At Golden Links Hall in Harrowsmith, early bird at 7 p.m., books $7-$15. Call Brenda at 613-372-2410. APRIL 1 HIGHLAND DANCING The Napanee Legion continues its professional and fun Highland Dancing classes in the upstairs hall from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost is $5 and all welcome to enjoy, learn and excise. LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST At the Bath Legion at Millhaven, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Home-cooked food. Public welcome. APRIL 2 LUNCHEON At Riverside United

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Hopes and outcomes It appears as though Canada is poised to lengthen its mission in Iraq, and extend the reach of its ongoing bombing campaign to include sites in neighbouring Syria, in order to hit the strongholds of the Islamic State of Syria and Al-Sham. This week, the ruling Conservatives introduced a motion for the mission extension and expansion; the government didn’t give any firm indication as to when the mission might end, although Prime Minister Stephen Harper did say that, “We will deal with it (the ISIS threat) for as long as it is there and we will not stop dealing with it before that.” Given that the Conservatives enjoy a majority in the House of Commons, there’s no reason to expect that the motion, which will be debated today on Parliament Hill, will be defeated, despite the fact that both the NDP and the Liberals have indicated that they won’t support the motion. If polls are to be believed, most Canadians support the mission in the Middle East. Even if they don’t buy the suggestion that ISIS represents a direct threat to Canada — which, frankly, is quite a stretch — they are undoubtedly moved by the threat ISIS poses to anyone who doesn’t happen to believe in their particular brand of Islam. Indeed, ISIS’ slaughter of ‘non-believers’ is reprehensible and deserves a response. What should be sobering for all involved, however, is the track record of western intervention in the Middle East. To say it has been mixed would be overly generous. Western ‘victories’ in the Middle East have typically been fleeting; more often than not, those interventions have exacerbated the violence and instability that had prompted western action in the first place. So, when NDP Leader Tom Mulcair says he believes Canada is going to become embroiled in a Middle Eastern “quagmire” by extending its mission, his has ample historical evidence on which to base his prediction. We need look no further than ISIS: would it exist if the invasion of Iraq hadn’t taken place? It’s doubtful, to say the least. This is not to suggest we should simply sit on our hands. Certainly, there is a duty to protect innocent lives whenever possible. Further, we can say that Canada and the rest of the West are ‘doing the right thing’, from a moral standpoint, in intervening. However, if there is more than a little skepticism that our actions in the Middle East will improve the situation, it’s understandable. And, while we might be ‘doing the right thing’ by intervening, if we leave the region more violent and more unstable than when we found it, can we really say that we’re ‘doing the right thing’? Best intentions, after all, won’t ensure that worst outcomes will be realized. The West, including Canada, does not understand this region very well. If we did, we would be able to point to our successes in the region. We can’t. We hope that Canadian and overall western interventions achieve their goals, and that people are made safer, and that ISIS is neutralized. We hope that, this time around, we will enjoy more success. Maybe we’ve learned from past mistakes. Maybe, this time we’ll get it right. But we are not at all confident that we will achieve desired outcomes. And, we fear that we will only be contributing to making an admittedly bad situation worse.

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Magician Peter Mennie performed some magic tricks at the Napanee library branch as part of the March Break program, provided by the County of Lennox and Addington Libraries. The library was packed with children enjoying the show.

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Enlist MPAC on tax issue I was quite impressed with the overflowing attendance at the Greater Napanee council meeting on March 10; almost all of the attendees were there out of concern regarding the area rating on the property taxes that currently exists. After the three deputations by member residents and council discussions, Shaune Lucas’ motion to have a review of the existing rating was turned down by council; however the basis of this motion was to have a review so that a ‘fair for all’ conclusion could be attained, which is also what the three speakers all suggested to Council in their talks. I have lived in the Napanee area for over 40 years and, possibly like most residents, I was not aware of any area rating on our property taxes until the last few weeks. I don’t know how council came to the decision, 15 years ago to go with area rating, but I do remember that after amalgamation that the rural

ratepayers had a very strong lobby group. I am of the belief that people make the best decisions they can based on the information they have at that particular time, and that includes our council at that time. I think there is a lot of misinformation floating around that needs to be cleared up for us by council so that we, the residents and property taxpayers, can make an educated decision. For example, I have heard the possible property tax changes are exaggerated: is this true? Also all the deputations suggested that a third party be used to provide us with an independent review of this area rating. Until some other means of assessment is approved by the province and instead of spending a large amount of our dollars on an ‘independent’ review I would like to suggest that we have this accomplished by MPAC.

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Follow-up to town tax discussion I would like to thank the 250 people who came out to the Town Hall meeting on tax policy on March 10. I am sorry that many of you were unable to get in the door. There are obviously strong emotions about area rating in Greater Napanee but there is also a great deal of misunderstanding. In an effort to provide better understanding, I have set up a small website h t t p : / / m e m b e r s. k i n g s ton.net/d527r8/ devoted to this issue including a history of Greater Napanee's unique tax policy. Anyone wishing to post factual information or reasoned arguments may send them to me at hogles2@yahoo.ca and I will post them as written, whether I agree with them or not. Hubert Hogle, Greater Napanee

LETTER FROM PAGE 6 MPAC does a review, a market valuation, of every property in Ontario and takes into consideration the property’s location, quality and services provided. MPAC is funded by all Ontario municipalities so we are already paying for their services. Some may not like the numbers that MPAC comes up with; however, there is a ‘reconsideration’ process to have them review their valuations and because almost every Municipality in Ontario uses the MPAC numbers for their assessments, I believe that this would be the best for us. Greater Napanee is a wonderful community to live, work and to raise a family and I believe that most us would like to pay our share of the expenses as long they are ‘fair for all’. Ralph Gentile, Greater Napanee

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Guaranteed annual incomes? No way On March 9, Carol Goar wrote an article about guaranteed annual income in the Toronto Star, that shocked me. Let me explain why. Personally, I do not care how many citizens’ groups are pushing for this absurd idea. Recessions do happen and affect everyone, not just one group in particular. I understand that numerous non-profit organizations as well as socialist groups and a number of academics are actually supporting this as a good idea, thant is, giving everyone a guaranteed annual income. Life in our country is much better than most countries — if not all of them — so, what’s the beef with these groups? It seems to me that these groups feel compelled to complain about those who have been able to make a great life for themselves — physically, mentally and financially. Those who work hard and lay their assets on the line for a better life deserve all the benefits they have. It is bad enough our Ontario government seems hell-bent on designing new taxes to be able to spend more, regardless of the ridiculously high deficit they

have accumulated. Waste and poor decision-making have wasted billions of dollars. For example, I disagree with the all-day kindergarten program which is an extremely expensive form of babysitting. Children should either be at home being looked after by a loving parent, or parents should be taking the responsibility of paying for the service themselves. Of course, there are some extenuating circumstances. Ms. Goar and those groups she supports are dreaming in colour in promoting a plan that will never work and will likely cost far more than the current estimated $40 billion to implement. Hopefully, no politician worth his or her salt will ever agree to such a completely unaffordable and foolish plan. It is fair to recognize that we have in our society a number of people who, through no fault of their own, are unable to support or care for themselves. We must do all we can for them, whatever the cost. I am certainly not arguing that point. Where Ms. Goar and I differ is that those who can physically work need to do so. There are enough jobs available to

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Cheers & Jeers make it necessary for us to import casual workers from other countries who do the work that capable Canadians feel is beneath them. One thing I noticed when I was in Japan was that everyone, no matter what job they had, was proud to do that job to the best of their abilities. It was admirable. Instead of giving people money for doing nothing, there should be a program whereby they attend classes and learn how to improve themselves. As the age-old proverb says: “If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you

feed him for a lifetime.” Employment insurance should only support those who are between jobs, not replace work altogether. If at times no paid work is available, then volunteering should be a requirement for receiving supplement incomes. Governments provide so many programs to subsidize just about everything that I truly believe no government actually knows exactly how many programs they have or, if they are truly effective, or how much they cost. The suggested program of giving everybody a minimum income of $20,000 for adults and $6,000 for kids makes no sense. How would we pay for this? Human nature being what it is, it would not be long before people would request cost of living increases as well. People would still be unhappy, would likely spend more and end up in a worse financial state than they are now. The handouts, the free money through grants, must stop. Getting everything for free encourages people to look for more free handouts. These groups must stop trying to develop expensive programs we

cannot afford and instead work to develop ways to help people find jobs or some sort of training to help them create a better life and pride in themselves for a job well done. To be frank, I will do my best to see this plan fail. We are not a socialist country and I hope we never will be. Socialism is a form of government that believes in a set of attitudes and policies characterizing or tending toward the establishment of a welfare state (dictionary.com); which compares closely to, a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party (dictionary.com), referred to as ‘communism’ — dangerously similar systems, in my opinion. Three cheers for all of those who work and find a way of making a living on their own even if at times they need a little help. I believe that everyone would be happy to contribute to those who try their best to make it on their own. Pierre Cliche plcliche@sympatico.ca

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Changes needed to improve OPP transparency Last November my son was pulled over at the side of the road for a speeding violation. The officer was abrupt and rude and unwilling to listen to any explanation for the alleged offence. We complained about his conduct and were interviewed twice in our home about the circumstances of the roadside stop. The decision from the Professional Standards Bureau articu-

lated that the OPP was “satisfied the officer conducted himself appropriately… within generally accepted police practices…” We were disappointed but not surprised. The report outlined the police expectations that during a roadside stop, the officer would “project a courteous, non-confrontational attitude, be assertive without being overly aggressive, and be wary without demonstrat-

ing an overly suspicious attitude.” It also said “the stopping of a motorist is an opportunity for the OPP to make a favourable impression on the public if the uniform member handles the situation appropriately.” While eloquently stated, this is far from what is happening today. Antisocial behaviour and flippant remarks are tarnishing what should be a trusting relationship with police.

The problem of police investigating their own conduct is not conducive to building trust and is a clear conflict of interest. The solution is recording roadside transactions to protect both the police and the public. This keeps all conduct above board and encourages civility on both sides. We will pursue the opportunity to review the conduct complaint with the Office of the Independent

Police Review Director. We will do so simply to be heard and reinforce the need for the police to reaffirm their expectations of themselves and their relationship with the public. The last entry on our review letter states in italics ‘A Sense of Duty to the Public, to Each Other and to Ourselves’. It’s time to walk the walk. Geoff Hart, Enterprise

Local author showcase On May 23, the County of Lennox and Addington Libraries will be launching a brand new event called the Local Author Showcase. It will be an opportunity for the many talented writers in our region to come together and promote their work to each other and the public. This was an idea we have had brewing for a while. We are frequently approached by people in the community who would like to work with the library to promote their book.

SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB The Greater Napanee Shuffleboard Club every Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Strathcona Paper Centre, Napanee. New members are welcome. Come and join the fun! For information contact: Fred Dunk at 613-354-6299. YOGA At the Tyendinaga Fitness Resource Centre, on Satur-

In recognition of local literary and creative efforts, the library is always pleased to include the works of local authors in our collection wherever possible. Books assigned to the local author collection are clearly labelled and catalogued as such so patrons can easily access this pool of work. Through inclusion in the collection, the library assists the author’s efforts to market his or her work to the larger community. Because of the volume of requests received, however,

Catherine Coles Coles’ Notes we just cannot use our resources to regularly host or promote events for individual local authors. It still seemed important to do something to show support for our local writers though. What we needed was a casual, inclusive event where we provide the platform for local authors to promote their own work. This is how the

Local Author Showcase idea came to fruition. If you are an author from the region, we’d love to have you join us for the event. We will set you up with a table where you can display and sell your book as well as include you on the list of featured authors in our event promotions. The event will also feature a large book sale of used books as a library fundraiser plus refreshments. Weather permitting, it will be held on the garden patio of the Napanee Branch

COMMUNITY PULSE days from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Free with membership of $5 to drop in. For more information call 613-962-2822. BRIDGE LESSONS Frontenac Mall, offers bridge lessons Tuesdays 11:30 a.m., Fridays 11:30 a.m., and Saturdays 10:30

a.m.. We have duplicated games for all skill levels every day except Sundays. Partnerships arranged. For more information please call 613-507-6565. LUNCHTIME WORKOUTS Free lunchtime workouts with membership. Monday

and Wednesday: Better Butts and Awesome Abs; Tuesday and Thursday: Charging Circuits/Bodyweight. Free with membership or $5 for drop-in at the Tyendinaga Fitness Resource Centre, (613) 9622822.

Library. There will not be an attendance charge for authors or for the general public. If success dictates, we would love for this to expand into a much larger, annual event. So, please, invite all of your friends! For more information or to RSVP, please contact Julie Wendland, our Readers’ Services Coordinator, at jwendland@lennoxaddington.on.ca or 613354-4883 ext. 3371. Catherine Coles is the Manager of Library Services for L&A County.

KINGSTON DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB The Kingston Duplicate Bridge Club at the Frontenac Mall offers games for all skill levels every days except Sunday. Partnerships can be arranged. Lessons are offered Mondays 9:30 a.m., Fridays 11:30 a.m., and Saturdays 10:30 a.m.


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Grassroots Growers get ready for spring with guest speaker A C K

A trip through the pages of The Napanee Beaver 50 Years Ago March 31, 1965 n In a press conference in Napanee, a representative from the Canadian National Railway indicated that, within two years, passenger rail service to the town would come to an end. J.K Fleming, the passenger sales manager for the Rideau area, made the announcement about the changes in service. It was part of a plan to bring other major changes to rail service in the region. He said that all passenger traffic in the Rideau area, which was bounded on the east by Dorval and the north by Ottawa, would be serviced out of five terminals in Cornwall, Brockville, Kingston, Belleville and Cobourg. n Officials of Imperial Oil and members of North Fredericksburgh Township council reached an agreement on a sewer and water line in the township from the oil company’s service station and restaurant complex at the Palace Rd. Exit from Highway 401. The oil company hoped to connect the lines to the Napanee water and sewer system, but the station was located in North Fred and the lines would pass through the township between the station and the Napanee boundary.

35 Years Ago March 26, 1980 n Lennox and Addington was in full damage control after a record rainstorm caused massive flooding and damage across the region. Weather officials determined that the area got almost 54 millimeters of rain in just one day, shattering the old one-day record of 33 mm. According to the L&A County roads engineer David McIntosh, 16 of the county’s 22 roads suffered washouts or other forms of damage due to the rainfall. A sudden drop in temperature not long after the rainy day caused a new set of headaches for repair crews. n According to Napanee Region Conservation Authority General Manager Peter Gill, the Napanee River swelled to the point where its flow was 10 times greater than its normal flow. The heavy rainfall also forced the Strathcona Paper Mill to shut down due to the flooding conditions. There were 14 inches of water in the mill, said Frank Dorrington, a research technician at the mill. The mill stopped operating for three days. The flooding also caused damage to equipment.

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

As green thumbs across the region start to map out their gardens and landscaping projects for the upcoming planting season, Peter Fuller is encouraging them to keep functionality in mind. Fuller, who owns and operates Fuller Native and Rare Plants nursery in Belleville, will be giving a presentation in Erinsville on April 7. His presentation will be part of the Tamworth/Erinsville Grassroots Growers ongoing guest speaker series. “The emphasis will be on things that people can practically use in their landscape and garden or naturalizing on their properties,” Fuller says of the upcoming talk. “The rare things are maybe more things that are interesting to eastern Ontario, a little bit restricted maybe in their range.” Fuller says the talk will be geared towards gardeners living in this region. He’ll also offer tips for identifying what type of soil they have on

their property. For many species of plants, the type of soil it’s planted into is the most important factor in determining whether it will grow or not. “Eastern Ontario has quite a range of habitats,” noted Fuller. “There’s some remnants of grasslands, quite a number of woodlands and we have quite a lot of wetlands in eastern Ontario too. We have a whole host of plants that you can use. I focus mostly on perennials, ornamental flowers, grasses, ferns, things people can work into their garden setting.” A lot of the plants he will suggest also have a dual purpose that can benefit the local ecosystem. Specifically, he’s encouraging gardeners to plant species that will help out pollinators such as butterflies and bees, many of which who have suffered a steep decline in numbers in recent years. “Often (milkweed) is given out as a way of attracting butterflies or attracting bees,” said Fuller. “We’re really encouraging people to sustain those populations which looks at providing for them in all the stages of

life, not just the attractive ones when people notice the butterflies come through.” During his presentation he’ll go over which plants help out insects during their various stages of development. “A lot of municipalities are rethinking things,” Fuller said of milkweed. “It used to be on the noxious weed list and people were required to remove it from their property.” These days most regions are actually encouraging landowners to plant it on their property to help reverse the monarch butterfly decline. Should the weather co-operate, Fuller says he will have bulbs and seeds available for sale after his presentation as well. The talk will get underway at 7 p.m. at St. Patrick Catholic School, located at 6041 County Rd. 41 in Erinsville. All are welcome and admission is free, though they will accept donations to help cover costs. For more information on the Grassroots Growers visit www.tegrassrootsgrowers.weebly.com.

Getting ready for ‘Relay’ I love that April is just a week away. The snow is just about melted at my house and some bulbs have started to peak above the earth. This week I wanted to forgo my design column and speak about something close to my heart — awareness and funding for cancer research. Many of us are affected by cancer in some way. My mother passed away almost 20 years ago after a long battle with breast cancer. This made my decision to be part of a great team of women on the Napanee Relay for Life Committee very symbolic and rewarding. April is daffodil month for the Canadian Cancer Society. During Daffodil month, we are encouraged to contribute in some way to the fight against cancer. You will see volunteers selling daffodil pins throughout the month, as well as canvassers going through neighbourhoods for donations door-to-door. For the Canadian Cancer Society, The daffodil is a symbol of strength and courage. It says we will not give up. It says we will fight against cancer and we will win. Daffodil month leads up to Relay for Life in June, another amazing event to raise awareness and funds for cancer research for the Canadian Cancer Society. This coming Saturday, one of the local Relay for Life teams, the ‘Boob Brigade’, is holding their

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Design Time fourth annual Loonie Auction at J. J. O’Neil School from 1-4 p.m. Members of the team have all been affected by cancer and have made it their mission to fundraise year round. There is a $10 admission to the auction, but with your admission you receive five free tickets. Each ticket after is $1. Our local community has been wonderful in supporting this great cause. There are over 100 items from local vets, jewellers, artisans, local maple syrup and numerous gift certificates from restaurants and stores in our area, as well as home based businesses. Donations have been given as far away as Parry Sound and Oshawa, even 2 paintings by an artist from New Zealand. One lucky winner could also win a one hour design consultation from me! Be sure to support this

local relay team. Draws will start at 2:30 p.m. and last approximately 90 minutes. Winners must be present in order to claim their prize. For anymore information on the Loonie Auction or the Boob Brigade, you can contact them at boobbrigade@hotmail.com. The Napanee Relay for Life has become one of the most popular and most emotive fundraising events in the area. Leading up to relay begins with a celebratory kickoff party on April 13 from 6-8 p.m. at NDSS. It is a way of getting everyone excited and starting off the relay prep time. It is an opportunity for anyone involved to get information for this year’s relay or for those who have no idea what relay is about. It’s an opportunity to get your $10 registration before the fee goes up. Relay for Life has three main messages: celebrate, remember and fight back. ‘Celebrate’ is how the event is started with the survivors. Local survivors are celebrated with what they have been through, and honouring their presence at the event. ‘Remember’ is a very emotional part of the relay where people can buy luminaries in honour of the memory of someone. They are lined around the track and lit up in the evening. It is an absolutely beautiful sight. ‘Fight back’ is the hallmark of the Relay for Life.

Teams raise money and then walk 12 hours straight, taking turns around the track to show their commitment to fighting cancer. There are fun activities and entertainment throughout the night, as well as theme laps, team competitions and so much more. It is a great community-based event and shows the power in our remarkable community. There will also be a Relay Reunion held on Friday April 17 from 6-8 p.m., held at Kingston 1000 Island Sportsplex (Westbrook Dome). This reunion is a way to connect with old friends, make new ones, and to find out about all the exciting things planned for this year’s Relay for Life. If you are interested in getting involved in the Relay for Life, you are invited to attend kick-off at NDSS on Monday April 13 or contact Saralyn Morris at saralynm@hotmail.com or Michelle Way at shelstar2012@gmail.com. Merola Tahamtan is an Interior Stylist in Home & Business Design, Home Staging, Painting, Colour Consultation, Organization and Window Treatments. You can reach her at 613561-0244 or merolatahamtandesigns@live.ca Gift Certificates available for Design Consultations- A perfect Gift for that special someone!

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COMMUNITY PULSE APRIL 3 GOOD FRIDAY WALK-A-THON In support of the Canadian Food Grains Bank, the Napanee Salvation Army Food Bank and Morningstar Mission. Leaving Trinity United Church at 1:30 p.m. Registration open at 1 p.m., five to 10 kilometre routes. Pledge sheets are available at Trinity United Church Office, Tuesday-Friday, from 10 a.m. to noon. Call 613-354-3858. FRIDAY LUNCH SPECIAL Home-cooked food from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Bath Legion at Millhaven. Public welcome. ‘WALK OF THE CROSS’ Join the Community ‘Walk of the Cross’ through the streets of Napanee. Begins at Temple of Prayer and Praise at 261 West St. in Napanee at 5:30 p.m. A 30minute service will follow at 7 p.m. at the Temple of Prayer and Praise. Light refreshment and fellowship following the service. Everyone welcome. for more information call Temple of Prayer and Praise at 613354-4735 or Roblin Wesleyan Church at 613-3882518. Sponsored by the Greater Napanee and District Christian Ministerial. APRIL 4 EASTER BAKE SALE St. John’s Church Easter Bake Sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at St. John’s Memorial Hall, proceeds to support St. John’s Church. Meat pies, pot pies, butter tarts, easter variety plates, cookies, breads and much much more. Give your family and yourself an Easter treat while supporting the church. APRIL 5 SUNDAY BREAKFAST

DESERONTO-NAPANEE PASTORAL CHARGE Minister: Rev. Elaine Kellogg 613-354-4373

DESERONTO UNITED CHURCH 112 Fourth St., Deseronto Corner of Thomas & Fourth 9am - Worship Good Friday Service 3pm AA Meeting Fridays at 8pm

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150 Robert St., Napanee Corner of Bridge St. W. & Robert St. 10:30am - Worship Cable 10 Broadcast: Fridays at 8pm and Sundays at 12:30pm Please join our caring family congregations in Sunday Worship. Sunday School is available at both churches.

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 - Bible Study Thursday 7pm - Junior Youth Night Everyone welcome - Affiliated with PAOC

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD 4734 German Rd., Petworth Pastor: Rev. Ruth Ann Paul Phone: 613-358-2824 11am - Morning Worship Mar. 29th 2pm - Music of the Easter Season Everyone is always welcome at all our Services

At the Bath Legion in Millhaven, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Home-cooked food. Public welcome. APRIL 7 WOMAN’S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION The WCTU meets at St. Mary’s Anglican Church Parish Hall at 1 p.m. Wheelchairs are accessible at the rear entrance. Men and youth are also invited. Refreshments will be served. For information, call Ruth at 613-328-6860 ot Iris at 343-363-5162. APRIL 8 LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m. CANADIAN CLUB OF KINGSTON Canadian Club of Kingston. Luncheon meeting at noon. Non-members welcome. Speaker: Peng-Sang Cau, President and CEO, Transformix Engineering Inc., “Transformix Engineering: International Success Story (another of Kingston's best kept secrets). Venue: Minos Village Restaurant, 2762 Princess Street, Kingston. Reservations, call 613-3842021: members $27, nonmembers $35. Club information 613 530-2704, w w w. c a n a d i a n clubkingston.org. APRIL 9 ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. MAPLE RIDGE WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Group will meet will meet at the home of Marg Winter at 1 pm. Program: Tweedsmuir History with our annual meeting to follow. Roll call: Something I would like the public to know about Women’s Institute. For more Info, Call 613 354-9898.

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

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APRIL 10 ANNUAL PANCAKE SUPPER Selby-Empey Hill Men’s Club will be holding their Annual Pancake Supper from 5-7 p.m. in the basement of Selby United Church, at 153 Pleasant Dr., Selby. Admission Adults $10, children $5. For more information, call 613 354-9898. APRIL 12 GOSPEL SING At Wilton Standard Church, starting at 7 p.m., featuring Gary and Denise Frizzell. All are welcome, food and fellowship after the sing. A freewill offering will be received. For more information, call Bill at 613-386-3405. APRIL 13 GENERAL MEETING Of members of the Tamworth Legion, starting at 7:30 p.m. Nomination night. APRIL 14 ‘DON’T THROW STONES’ The Kingston Women’s Connection is presenting ‘Don’t Throw Stones’ from 7:30-9 p.m. at Gibson Hall at 990 Sydenham Rd. in Kingston. Glass House owner Lynda Mac Rae displays her glass wares and demonstrates techniques of her craft. Singer is Beth Giorno, speaker is Karen Erickson of Orleans. Reserve with Shirley at 613-547-4487 or email judycobham@sympatico.ca. Cost is $8, includes dessert and coffee/tea. APRIL 15 LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m. APRIL 16 ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion, from 9:30-10:30 a.m.

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

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261 West St., 354-5910 613-377-6406 www.mosriv.com (near Prince Charles School) ‘Like us on Facebook’ Pastor Rev. Stephen Lush The United Church of Canada Sun. Morning 10:30am RIVERSIDE UNITED CHURCH Worship Service 2 Mill St, Yarker, ON SonShine Corner Ages 4-9 9:30am Worship Service Wednesday 7pm - Bible Study & Prayer & Sunday School Welcome! Come and Worship with us. MOSCOW UNITED CHURCH Visit us online at: 25 Huffman Rd, Moscow, ON www.templeofprayerandpraise.org Worship Service 7pm - Social to follow Kids Club, ages 5-12 Sat. 10am-11am Everyone is always welcome

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APRIL 17 ‘CRANK UP THE COLOUR’ The Greater Napanee and Area Arts Association is having a second Art workshop: ‘Crank up the Colour’. By popular demand, Tim Nimigan has agreed to offer this second workshop to continue expanding and exploring on our colour skills. Takes place at L&A S.O.S. at 310 Bridge Street from 9 a.m.-noon. Reserve early, only a few spaces left. $20 for members and $30 for non members. APRIL 18 AMBUSH IN CONCERT Sponsored by the Napanee Lions Club, at the Napanee Lions Hall at 57 County Rd. 8. Doors open at 8 p.m., dance runs from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Prizes, luncheon. Cost is $25 per person. Call 613354-5939. APRIL 22 LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m.

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Minister: Rev. Christine Sloan Charge Office: (613) 352-5375 Email: bath.morvenuc.office@bellnet.ca MORVEN UNITED CHURCH Service: 9am Sunday School and Nursery BATH UNITED CHURCH Service: 10:30am Sunday School and Nursery Fellowship with refreshments after services. Everyone is welcome.

ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH

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

ROBLIN WESLEYAN CHURCH

SELBY - EMPEY HILL PASTORAL CHARGE

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Pastors: Bert McCutcheon, Dustin Crozier, Paul DeMerchant SUNDAY SERVICES 8:45am - Worship Service 10:15am - Sunday School 11am - Worship Service MOMENTUM - Youth - Thursday 7pm OTHER MINISTRIES:

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The United Church of Canada Minister: Michael Putnam Charge Office: 613-388-2375 Worship for all ages: Selby: 9:45am Worship Service and Sunday School Guest Speaker: Rev. Ed McCaig Men’s, Women’s & 50+ Small Group Studies Tues. 7pm - Bible Study For more information 613-388-2518 Wed. Evenings 6:30pm www.roblinwesleyan.com Cornerstone Children’s Group roblinw@gmail.com Empey Hill: 11:15am - Worship Service Find us on Facebook! Guest Speaker: Rev. Ed McCaig

82 Richard St., Napanee Office (Affiliated with PAOC) 354-4735 320 Bridge St. W., Napanee Major Craig and Patsy Rowe Pastor: Rev. Jim Somerville SUNDAY - 10:30am Morning Worship Sunday - 10:30am and 6:00pm WEDNESDAY - 12 noon Bible study Sunday School (ages 3-12) 1st Wed. - 12 noon Ministry to Women Wed. 6:00pm: BG Club - Ages 3-11 Wed. - 4:30pm Friends Club Ages 5-11 Thurs. 7:00pm: Jr. High (Grades 6 and 7) 3rd Thurs. - 12:30pm 55+ Sr. High (Ages 13-18); Small Groups Everyone welcome. 50+; Men’s & Women’s Ministry For more information, NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE call the Church at 613-354-4281 PASTORAL CHARGE www.evangelnapanee.com 613-378-2511 The United Church of Canada TRINITY UNITED CHURCH Minister: Rev. Barbara Mahood 25 Bridge St. E. 3-354-3858 Worship Service and Sunday School Join us and Rev. Mark Arnill 9:30am at Centreville for Palm Sunday 11am at Newburgh Sunday, 10:30am (Third Sunday of the Month is Con- Sunday School, Elevator and Wireless temporary Praise Service Hearing Assistance available. at Newburgh) Upcoming Easter Services: Everyone is Welcome! April 2nd 7pm Maundy Thursday/ Tenebrae and The Lord’s Supper WESTDALE PARK April 3rd 10:30am Good Friday Service FREE METHODIST CHURCH April 5th 7am Easter Sunday and (across from the hospital) The Lord’s Supper Pastor Derek Spink “May your world be lit with joy and 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee happiness with the coming of the Lord. 613-354-2669 Have a blessed Palm Sunday� www.westdaleparkfmc.ca email: info@westdaleparkfmc.ca SUNDAY 10:00am - Worship Service 11:15 - Coffee/snacks and small groups


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Rotary Club puts more bikes in local classrooms

BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Four more stationary bicycles have been donated to local schools thanks to sponsorship through the Rotary Club of Napanee. Southview Public School, The Prince Charles School, J.J. O’Neill Catholic School, and Bath Public School are receiving stationary bikes from the Rotary Club, which aim to help students to “self-regulate” themselves. “I promote healthy living and physical activity so I think that is fantastic,” said Aline LaRochelle, Grade 5 teacher at Southview Public School, who has helped the school to acquire six bikes. The Rotary Club donated a bike to Lauri Brown’s Grade 3 class last week. LaRochelle explained to Brown’s students the benefits of using a smart-brain bike. “There’s a word called ‘self-regulation.’ What it means is that if you’re able to regulate yourself, if you have self-regulation, you are able to understand that you need a break. That’s what this bike does. It’s called a ‘smart brain’ bike. Yes, you’re going to be exercising, but the idea is that it’s exercising your brain as well,” LaRochelle explained to the Grade 3 class.

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Students in Lauri Brown’s classroom at Southview Public School (above) and Allison Madden’s classroom at the Prince Charles School (right) will enjoy the use of new stationary bikes, provided by the Napanee Rotary Club. In both pictures, the club is represented by (at back, from left) Chris Seeley and Rick Walters. “When you’re in class and you’re feeling tired, or you’re feeling too hyper, or you’re feeling frustrated, sad, or angry, or maybe you’re just feeling bored, you can regulate yourself. If you know that you need a break, you can come over to the bike and start pedaling. It’s

actually going to help you to be able to focus in class. “It’s going to help you to feel happier when you’re feeling sad. It’s going to help you to feel a little bit more calm after you have too much energy,” LaRochelle added. LaRochelle said her stu-

YARKER FARMERS MARKET… The Yarker Farmers Market is getting ready for another season. We are looking for produce growers, farmers and market gardeners who would like to sell what they grow at our market this summer. For more information please contact Lynn lynnmrenaud@hotmail.com.

Talents Of the

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40 Vendors will be in attendance!

SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2015 10:00am - 3:00pm

Strathcona Paper Centre Lafarge Banquet Hall 16 McPherson Drive, Napanee Come and visit some of your favourite Market Vendors from last summer’s Talents of the Town Market and meet new ones as well!

Please contact Lyndsay Tee for more information at Phone: 613-354-3351 ext. 2017 Email: ltee@greaternapanee.com

dents use the bike in her classroom for a variety of reasons and are even able to work and pedal at the same time. “If I’m doing a lesson at the front and they’re following along on the page, there’s a clipboard beside my bike so they’ll put it on

the clipboard and pedal while they’re getting the work done. It’s the idea of moving their legs and getting exercise, while understanding that they need that opportunity to do that to regulate themselves,” LaRochelle explained. “When you walk into a

school, everybody wants one,” said Rotary Club representative Bernie Laliberte, who said he is hopeful that each classroom in each Greater Napanee school will have a stationary bike soon. Each bike cost the club about $600.

Elvis tribute act booked for Newburgh fundraiser BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Fresh off a month-long tour in Las Vegas, Elvis Presley — or a fairly-convincing facsimile — will be headed to the village of Newburgh for a one-night fundraising show at the Newburgh United Church. While it may not be ‘the’ Elvis that takes the stage, it might just be the next best thing in award winning Elvis tribute artist Matt Cage. More than just a guy wearing sideburns and rhinestones, Cage was named the 2014 Images of the King Memphis Pro Champ for his Elvis impersonating skills. He’s been named one of the top 15 tribute acts in the world.

“I saw him when I was in Memphis at the World Competition,” said Carol Murphy, event organizer. “Besides being a good singer, he’s an incredibly nice person. I approached him and asked if he’d be willing to do a concert to help celebrate Elvis’ 80th birthday year and do it as a fundraiser for our church in Newburgh, and he said he would.” Cage will wrap up his one-month show in Vegas known as ‘All Shook Up: A Tribute To The King On The Strip’, later this month and then head for Newburgh. He’ll bring with him his Mississippi Bullfrogs Band which just so happens to include special guests Johnny Cash and Buddy Holly. Or at the very

least, musicians who look and sound an awful lot like those legends did back when they were alive and in their prime. Just like the King did during his career, Cage will sing both gospel and secular songs that made Elvis an icon. Cage covers all the eras of Elvis’ career. Tickets for the show are $25 per person and are available by calling Murphy at 613-354-0255 during the day or 613-378-6452 in the evening. The show, which is about three hours long, will be held in the church located at 399 Academy St. Everyone is welcome. Money raised for the event will go towards covering the day-to-day costs of operating the church.

COMMUNITY PULSE APRIL 23 ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. APRIL 24 CONCERT Music West presents the last concert in its 2014-2015 series, Littler and Aston on Safari. Join Bob Littler and Peter Aston on a musical comedy fun-filled expedition around the globe as they encounter many fascinating flora and fauna. Special Guests are Chris, Heidi and

Neal Scott and Dianne Britton. This takes place at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s By-TheLake United Church in Kingston. (Front and Days Roads). Tickets are $15, $12 for students/seniors (65plus) and $7.50 for children under 13 years, available from the church office (9 a.m.-noon weekdays) 613389-8082 and at the door. APRIL 25 ‘GARBAGE BAG BALL’ Presented by the Dumpster Divas. Think beyond the

dumpster and celebrate local creativity at the 3rd annual ball. Enjoy a stationary fashion show along with live music by Tony Vani and Friends. Utilize the three Rs for your wardrobe and show up at The Belleville Club (22 Pinnacle St.) at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $10, tickets available in advance from Boretski Gallery (300 Front St.) or $10 at the door plus a donation to Gleaners. Info: Lisa Morris at morris.lisa6@gm ail.com.


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Town of Greater Napanee P.O. Box 97, 124 John Street, Napanee, Ontario K7R 3L4 Phone: (613) 354-3351 Fax: (613) 354-6545 Documents are available in accessible formats upon request. Check out the Town’s Web Site: www.greaternapanee.com Town Council Meeting Schedule

Thursday, April 2, 2015 Thursday, April 9, 2015 Thursday, April 9, 2015 Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Tuesday, April 14, 2015

6:30pm 8:00am 4:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

Ice Availability at the Strathcona Paper Centre

2015 Budget Meeting Community Development Advisory Committee Heritage/Street Smarts Committee Question and Answer with Council Regular Council Meeting

Citizens are reminded that there is a total BURN BAN in Greater Napanee Effective April 1st – May 15th In accordance with the ByLaw #2013-0033

It’s almost Summer! Registration for Summer Day Camp & Minor Ball will beginning the first week of April! Visit www.greaternapanee.com for details or call 613.354.3351

Weekday Evenings and Weekends!!

Call NOW to book your next ice rental!!

Youth Rate/hour: $149

Adult Rate/hour: $200

FOR MORE INFORMATION Phone: 613-354-4423 16 McPherson Drive Email: cbrown@greaternapanee.com Napanee, ON K7R 3L1

Part-time Employment Opportunity Summer Day Camp Leadership Position

Looking for energetic and enthusiastic Secondary and Post-Secondary students, to work with youth between the ages of 5yrs & 15yrs. Come join our Day Camp team as we enjoy a fun filled summer. There are seven, 8 week positions available. 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm with before and after care duties and Leader in Training duties. Applicants must be trained in CPR & First Aid, and will need a Criminal Background Check. Experience working with youth, as well as a High Five Certificate is an asset. Priority will be given to students pursuing a career in a youth related or Recreation field. Position starts Monday, June 22nd 2015 for training and preparation.

Interested applicants should submit a detailed resume and cover letter marked File #03-2015 to: Town of Greater Napanee Attention: Lyndsay Tee P.O. Box 97, 124 John St. Napanee, ON K7R 3L4 Email: hr@greaternapanee.com

10-1pm - Pancake Brunch 10am - Egg Hunt (5 yrs & under) 11am - Egg Hunt (6-10 yrs) 10-2pm - Photos with Bunnies*

By 4:00 p.m. April 17, 2015

Register per session online at estore.greaternapanee.com Or visit us at 12 Market Square, Napanee - Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm

Day: Saturday’s Time: 10:15am – 11:00am Cost: $32 per session Ages: 7yrs. – 13yrs. What to bring: Running shoes and a water bottle Location: Zeal Health & Fitness Studio – 23 Dundas St. E. Session Lengths: x x

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We are an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

For more information: Call: 613.354.3351 l Email: blessard@greaternapanee.com www.greaternapanee.com

Session #1) April 4th – April 25th Session #2) May 2nd – May 30th (excluding May 16th) Session #3) June 6th – June 27th

Presented by:

Be a part of the Greater Napanee Riverfront Festival and Showcase your Business!! For SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES See Mark Day, mday@greaternapanee.com

Day: Saturday’s Time: 9:00am – 9:45am Cost: $40 per session What to bring: Running shoes and a water bottle Location: Zeal Health & Fitness Studio – 23 Dundas St. E. Session Lengths: x

Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Session #1) April 4th – April 25th Session #2) May 2nd – May 30th (excluding May 16th) Session #3) June 6th – June 27th

*Gift Cards will not be accepted for programming provided by Zeal Health & Fitness Studio in conjunction with the Town of Greater Napanee*

Toddler Classes

Day: Sunday’s Time: 10:00am – 11:00am Cost: $30 for the three week session Ages: 18 months to 3 years (accompanied by an adult) Location: CASA ART ADVENTURES - 186 Adelphi St. Napanee Session Length: x Sunday April 12th x Sunday April 19th x Sunday April 26th

Register: Online estore.greaternapanee.com In person Visit us at 12 Market Square, Napanee Mon. to Fri. 8:30am – 4:30pm Call: 613.354.3351

Each fun-filled class introduces and allows children to explore a variety of art mediums (paint, drawing, paper mache, and clay!) with a small group!

New projects each class!

For VENDOR MARKET SPACE See Lyndsay Tee ltee@greaternapanee.com

Email:blessard@greaternapa nee.com www.greaternapanee.com

Presented by:

GREATER NAPANEE RIVERFRONT FESTIVAL Conservation Park, Napanee River Antique & Classic Boat Show Canoe & Kayak Races

Adveentures When: Saturday’s x April 18th x April 11th Time: 10:00am – 11:30am 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Multi-cultural Music & Dance Entertainment

Classes

Arts, Crafts and Food Vendors Market Community Breakfast

x April 25th

Ages: (7yrs. +) (4yrs. – 6yrs.)

Cost: $69.00 $48.00

Location: CASA ART ADVENTURES - 186 Adelphi St. Napanee

June 12—14, 2015

SAVE THE DATE

Boat Safety & Water Demonstrations Children Events & Activities *Gift Cards will not be accepted for programming provided by CASA ART ADVENTURES in conjunction with the Town of Greater Napanee*

Wagon Rides Volleyball Tournament

Stay connected at www.greaternapanee.com Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter


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Sunny approach to mobile power

Saturday, March 28 - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bath Public School, 247 Church Street, Bath Fundraiser for Play Structure

Solar panel acts as generator on back of truck BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Admission $2.00 - Children FREE CASH ONLY Children’s clothes, footwear, books, toys, maternity wear and much more.

A local man has invented a way to utilize solar energy while travelling: solar panel tonneau covers. After working four years at a solar company, on top of 15 years in a machine shop, Terry Arsenault has combined his skills to create a new product: Solar-To-Go. Arsenault said his product has been three years in the making and he just launched it in Novem-

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Terry Arsenault said that his solar panel tonneau covers would be useful for people who need energy while on the road, from campers to contractors. ber. The solar panels absorb sunlight while parked or driving, the energy from which is then transferred to a solar battery and then into an inverter so it can be used as a generator. “You can use the power for anything,� explained Arsenault. “It’ll run tools, like a skill saw or an electric chainsaw. It’ll run anything like that. If the power goes out at your house, it’ll run your sump pump. People with hunting cabins, sometimes they don’t have power and they want some power while they’re there, it’s good for that.� Solar-To-Go includes two full sized 220-watt panels. The batteries are 120-volt power and holds up to 100 amps of power at a time. The solar panels are the same as those used on homes or buildings. Arsenault explained in plain language just how powerful the solar panels are. He said about 15 would run an entire house and one truck is equipped with two. “It’s a hard-top cover made out of solar panels. If you’re going to have that flat

space you may as well use it like this. It does save you gas if you want to run it over a generator. It forms exactly like a small generator,� he said, adding there are also a number of health and environmental benefits to using solar-power as opposed to fuel-powered generators. “It’s environmentally friendly. Unlike a generator, there’s no maintenance for this. You don’t need gas, you don’t have to run the generator every month or so to make sure it’s still working properly. There’s nothing to do to it – but when you need the power, it’s there,� said Arsenault. He added that while a generator will continue to run until it’s physically turned off or runs out of fuel, these solar-operated generators would stop using energy once the use is no longer needed. That means if the power comes back on, the power stored in the batteries will stop draining and start to restore on their own. “This only makes (and uses) the power that you use,� he added. “The solar panels will charge it until it’s full and then stop

charging, so there’s no waste that way.� Arsenault expects Solar-To-Go to be popular among contractors and labourers, as well as those who enjoy camping. “A lot of contractors use cordless tools so they have to bring a generator to charge their batteries,� Arsenault explained. “You could (also) run a wire from the inverter to the truck and it’ll run your battery in the truck.� Arsenault said he has received positive response and interest both in Canada and the United States. And, just like other solar panels, these panels will generate energy even on cloudy days and through the winter. All Solar-To-Go covers are custom made, either with one panel or two, and include one batter and inverter. Arsenault said additional batteries could be added. The cost is $3,499 installed, or $200 fewer for trucks using only one solar panel. For more information, visit www.solar-togo.ca or contact Arsenault at: terrya@solar-to-go.ca.

BATH ARTISANS SHOW AND SALE‌ From March 14 to April 23. Twenty-three

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Pink shirts, yellow flowers spell bad news for cancer Napanee’s downtown merchants to host cancer fundraiser April 1-4

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

ocal merchants will be joining the fight against cancer next week, raising money for Lennox and Addington County General Hospital’s chemotherapy ward. As part of the Canadian Cancer Society’s nationwide Daffodil Month, which runs throughout April, downtown shop owners will be collecting funds April 1-4.

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“Fighting Cancer in our Community is the slogan because all the money is staying in the community.” Barb Tilander-Mack, event organizer “A lot of downtown merchants will have donation cans and some of the merchants have agreed to donate a portion of their revenue to our local hospital,” said Barb TilanderMack, owner of Signed by Barb and one of the campaign organizers. “It’s all staying local for our chemotherapy unit right here in Lennox and Addington.” Participating stores will have a poster in their window. Tilander-Mack has taken it one step further, designing custom T-shirts for the cause which she will sell from her 17 Market Sq. store throughout next week. They will be sold for $20, with $10 going to the cause. “Fighting Cancer in our Community is the slogan because all the money is staying in the community,” said Tilander-Mack, referring to the message on the shirt. “I know for a lot of fundraisers the money gets distributed evenly throughout the region or throughout the province.

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This is strictly a local campaign.” Along with raising money, Tilander-Mack says a major part of the campaign is to highlight how fortunate the community is to have a cancer centre so close to home and how important it is to support it. Unfortunately the odds are high that everyone in Napanee will see a friend or family member get diagnosed with the disease, if not themselves. “A lot of people don’t even know that we have a chemotherapy suite available here now,” said Mack. “Especially for our seniors that saves a lot of driving. To drive to Kingston and back for a two hour session every day, that’s exhausting in itself without being sick. And then there’s the expense of it. We think it’s really important that people realize it’s here in our community and that’s another one of the goals (of the campaign) to let people know that we have the facilities available.” In order for LACGH to be able to offer high level service such as a chemo suite, it relies on donations from campaigns such as this one. They banded together last year to hold a similar fundraiser last April but now that Tilander-Mack has come on board they’ve added the Tshirts to the mix. “It’s nice to see the downtown merchants come together as a group,” added Tilander-Mack, “Our downtown’s been revitalized so much that just getting everyone together on the same page is fun.” She says it was the great reputation of the town’s merchants that encouraged her to set up shop in Napanee. Along with next week’s initiative, several stores will also be accepting donations for daffodil pins April 9-12 as part of a provincewide campaign. According to the Canadian Cancer Society, the bright yellow pins are a sign of strength

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Barb Tilander-Mack, owner of Signed by Barb, shows off the custom designed t-shirt she has made for next week’s fundraiser, April 1-4. The shirts will be available from her store and is one of several downtown stores that will be participating in the campaign to support the fight against cancer. and courage in the fight against the deadly disease. Canvassers will also be going door to door seeking donations throughout the month. Money raised on the national level goes towards helping patients living with cancer and their families. The money goes towards cancer fighting research and helps to reduce the amount of lives lost to one of Canada’s most deadliest diseases. For more on Daffodil Month or to find out how to support it, visit www.cancer.ca.

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affodil Month is a national fundraising campaign of the Canadian Cancer Society. During April, Society volunteers raise vital funds for the fight against cancer. Money raised during Daffodil Month helps local patients living with cancer and their families. Donations fund life-saving research, support services and other important work that means fewer Canadians will be touched by the disease. The Canadian Cancer Society was officially formed in 1938,

but the seeds for the Society were planted back in 1929 when the Saskatchewan Medical Association formed the country’s first cancer committee. This committee responded to growing concern by doctors that people were not aware of the signs of cancer. By the time people consulted a doctor, their cancer was advanced and their chances for survival were decreased. Cancer committees in other provincial medical associations followed, and in 1931 the Canadian Medical Association’s National

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After the Greater Napanee Civitan Club fell dormant for a couple of years, a group of individuals are taking action to revive the local chapter.

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will have its own set of needs and interests,â&#x20AC;? said Wright, nothing each chapter is free to set its own goals. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The club will be active in responding to those. The club of course is more than just the charitable works that we do. The club is a social organization as well. The people get involved with the fellowship and share the camaraderie of getting out and doing good work together and making the community a better place.â&#x20AC;? Typically the local chapter would meet twice a month, once focusing more on business with the second time more of a social gathering. Membership fees depend on the club, but Wright says fundrais-

ing events can help offset those costs. Typically he says itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about $10 a month, but they can work with each individual to make it affordable to them. Wright says members come from all walks of life and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s open to anyone who is interested in making a difference in the community. Before a decline in their numbers forced the previous Napanee club to go on hiatus, they were involved in the community through the annual Earth Day clean up, helping to purchase a barbecue for Community Living and installing the white picket fence around the Macpherson House. On the international level clubs across the coun-

try help get guide dogs for people with autism, fund raise for the Special Olympics and arrange Christmas dinners for those with special needs. Webster says sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hoping to get the revived group up and running within six weeks. She and members from the other nearby chapters will have an information table set up at Napaneeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s No Frills store tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone interested in joining the club or looking for more information can call Mark Larabie at 613453-1834, or e-mailing reneewebsteris@gmail.com. The club as a whole was established in 1917, starting in Birmingham, Alabama.

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L&A Lightning secure spot at provincials Special Olympics floor hockey team to play against Ontario’s top teams in Ottawa

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n electrical storm is headed to the nation’s capital May 7-10 as the Lennox and Addington Lightning set their sights on a Special Olympics floor hockey provincial title. They earned their spot in the 24 team provincials following their showing at a tournament in Belleville. Despite playing the qualifier tournament nearly 7 months ago, it wasn’t until earlier this month that they found out they had earned a spot at provincial championships. Though they played well at in Belleville, deciding which team advances comes down to so much more than winning. Event organizers look at a team’s sportsmanship, penalty minutes, goals for and against and several other stats before determining which teams will earn a spot at the next tournament. “It’s not just a commitment from the coaches, it’s a lot of commitment from the guys and girls on the team,” said Graham Lane, one of the team’s coaches. “To them it’s a social event as well as a physical activity. To be able to go to provincials is very exciting for them but also very rewarding as coaches to see them develop. It’s something really positive for these guys.” Made up of players aged 17 to 48, the group has been practicing weekly for close to two years. To help get game ready they play exhibition matches against the local fire department. “We practice every Tuesday here at The Prince Charles School,” said Dan Chalk, one of the team’s coaches. “They’re really good for letting us use their facilities. We always have the same group of guys and girls and just have a lot of

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The Lennox and Addington Lightning floor hockey team will be headed to Ottawa May 7-10 to take part in a Special Olympics provincial tournament at Carlton University. With a strong showing there they can advance to the nationals, which will be held in Newfoundland. fun.” Though they take practice very seriously, it’s clear that the social aspect of the meetings is just as important. “You get to spend time and have lots of fun with your friends and coaches,” Roger Shorts, one of the Lightning players said of his favourite part. “We get along great as teammates and we like to have fun.” As the players got set to take part in practice on Tuesday the excitement of their upcoming trip to

provincials was evident. They were all smiles and eager to talk about playing at the provincial level. For most of them it will be a whole new experience. “We’re excited to make it that far and hopefully we can do good at provincials,” said Robert Pringle, one of the players. “I hope we win, that would be nice. But if we don’t, at least we gave it our best and that’s what really matters.” The only area the team is experienced is in net, which is manned by Shane

Tremblay. He was with the club back in 2008 when they, then known as the Lynx, traveled to nationals in Quebec City and capture the gold medal. He played a big role in helping the team earn its berth to provincials, posting a handful of shutouts in Belleville. “It’s going to be the next step up,” Tremblay said of advancing to provincials. “I’m trying to get healthy for it and walking more.” Up for grabs at the

provincials is a spot in the national tournament, which will be held in Corner Brook, NFLD. Though Lennox and Addington Special Olympics will be covering most of their travel costs, there will still be some out of pocket expense for the athletes. The coaches say they’re in the process of planning some fundraisers before they depart to help offset the costs. In the meantime anyone in the community interested in sponsoring the team can e-

mail Aimee Burtch at ehme@gmail.com. On route to the tournament they’ll have plenty of opportunity to meet with their competition. All teams will be travelling on the same Via Rail train, which will collect them from their home towns as they travel to Ottawa’s Carlton University. Lennox and Addington’s Special Olympic program offers a variety of sports to a wide variety of athletes with various intellectual disabilities.

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DSS’ midget girls volleyball team were on a roll at Sydenham on earlier this month, winning four their five games played. The one day tournament was designed for

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Grade 9 players to develop their skills and get a taste of playing KASSAA level volleyball. The Golden Hawks started with four straight wins, besting Sydenham, La Salle, Ernestown and LCVI before dropping their final game to Frontenac.

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and Karlee Degazio showed confidence at the net. The tournament experience could prove beneficial for the Hawk players who return to the team for their Grade 10 season. Elsewhere the NDSS badminton team got their

first action of the season right before the March Break, taking part in a singles and senior tournament held at Regi on Thursday. Ella King won her group in the junior singles event. Now that March Break

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With nerves of steel the Napanee Atom Crunch survived a thrilling overtime on Sunday to capture the Eastern Division of the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League. Entering the game in a must win situation, down 3-1 in the first-to-fourpoints series against the Ennismore Eagles, the Crunch posted a tidy 1-0 victory. Early in the game Napanee’s Nikki Weese took control of the puck, rushing into the Ennismore end and getting off a strong shot top shelf to put the Crunch ahead 1-0. Dominating the first and second period the Crunch were unable to find the back of the net despite the offensive pressure. In the third period the Crunch relied on their ‘rock’ Makenna Marlow in net to make some stellar stops as the Eagles attempted to find a break. A 1-0 win placed the teams in a three point tie, forcing an overtime, sudden death 10 minute period – winner take all. The Crunch continued their offensive pressure gaining control of the puck in the Ennismore end where Kristen Sutton shot the puck to the net and hit the outside post and deflected to the corner. Breanna Roy was able to take possession and send it out to Jaidyn Manion who was in front of the net and redirected it into the

Ennismore net to win the game and claim the league title. It was a solid team effort by all team members. The atoms now travel to Championship Weekend to meet four other Division Champions. n Despite pushing their arch rival Belleville Bearcats to the very limit on Sunday, the Napanee Crunch bantam team suffered a heart-breaking overtime shootout loss to end their playoff quest. Entering the game down 3-1 in the first-tofour-points series, the Crunch played a solid game in front of a packed SPC crowd, taking the game 4-1. That meant the two clubs would face off in a sudden death overtime with the Lower Lakeshore Female Hockey League title on the line. After 10 minutes settled nothing, they went to a shootout which the Bearcats won. Though their league championship bid came up just a little short, the team still qualified for provincials, which take place in Toronto next month. In the regular season they went 19-2-1, finishing first. They took part in three tournaments this season, finishing as semifinalists in Oshawa and Markham before winning gold in Belleville. At this time on behalf of the Napanee Bantam “B” Crunch, the team’s coaching staff wish to express their deepest thanks to all the fans, parents, grandparents, sponsorships and

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the Napanee community that helped in their bottle drive this past Friday night. And a thank you goes out to Crunch’s number one fan George and they may have recruited George Wager to girls hockey. The team thanks him for announcing their games. Now the team will regroup and prepare for Provincials in April. n Tuesday night at the Strathcona Paper Centre the Firelight Major Bantam As faced Whitby Blue in Game 3 of the Lakeshore Finals, suffering a 4-2 defeat. Late in the first period, Napanee got on the board on the power-play when Adam Doyle fed Campbell McEwen at the point. His low shot blew through the opposing goalie, and the Stars took the lead. In the

second frame, Brendan Hagerman won the draw back to Nelson Powers. His low shot was blocked by the netminder, but Steven Shea picked up the rebound, and deposited it in the back of the net. With a 2-0 lead, the boys came out strong in the third, but a loose puck in the Stars’ crease was tipped in, to narrow the margin to one. The Wildcats would add two more in a two-minute span late in the period. An empty net goal in the dying seconds gave Whitby a 4-2 win. Earlier, on Sunday, after a 10-day layoff, the boys played Game 2 of the Lakeshore League Finals with Whitby Blue, and were shut out 3-0. Bailey Maracle was very effective in net for the Stars facing over 30 shots. Game 4 is scheduled for Thursday in

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Whitby, with a possible Game 5 in Napanee on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. n The Napanee Minor Bantam Stars hosted the Loyalist Bantams in exhibition play during March Break with a short bench, and were out-pointed 4-1. The boys gave up a goal in the first on a Loyalist power play. Early in the second, Liam Wilkinson deked the goalie for the equalizer, set up by Josh Cudd and Kolten Montpetit. From there, the Jets took over, scoring three unanswered goals for the victory. Murray Craig was called on to make several outstanding stops for the locals. n The Byron Perry Automotive Novice Gray team played a home-and-home series beginning on the road in Tamworth facing the Stone Mills house

league squad. They skated past the Sabres 4-2 with a solid performance. Scoring for Napanee were Anthony Nugent (two), Nicholas Lamarche, and Noah Nugent. Cam Joyner was solid in net. Back home on Monday, the Sabres evened things up with a 4-3 win over the Gray squad. Owen MacMillan, Lamarche, and Anthony Nugent scored for the home team. The Napanee team travels to Whitby for the Pizza Pizza Tournament on the weekend. n The Napanee Bantam Roster Select team hosted a talented Kingston Church Athletic League team on Sunday falling 81. Down 2-0 midway in the first, Brock Vale tallied their lone goal, but their guests made it 3-1 shortly after, and added five more in the third.

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events, ladies/mens, mixed, doubles and skins. In the end it was Team Blue who won the day and took home the prizes. The Napanee participants were Karen Brant, Lana Latimer, Barton MacLean, Paul McDonald, Doug Pennell and Heather Ramshaw on Team Blue while Team Red featured Tom Ayling, Frank Dunham, Daryl Latimer, Louise Vanheighten, Cindy Woodcock and Allan Wrigglesworth. As the season winds down all are busy curling their best for the honour of getting their name on a

trophy. All winners will be reported next week. Still to come is the Martin & Walters on Saturday, the closing General Meeting on Sunday at 1 p.m.; the second Annual Elegant Garage Sale on April 18 and last but definitely not least is the Murder Mystery dinner on May 9. Shelley Alkenbrack and Debbie Currier are still looking for helpers for the garage sale and to setup and clean up for the Murder Mystery so anyone with spare time is encouraged to contact them.

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At the lowest prices in the area. Trade-ins accepted on new appliances. Big selection to choose from.

PAYS CASH$$$

For good used appliances in working order or not but no junk please. VISA & MASTERCARD accepted. We have our own financing also. Shop at our competitors & then come see for yourself quality at low prices. Open evenings 7 days a week. We Deliver.

SMITTY’S APPLIANCES LTD. 969-0287 FARM

2007 KUBOTA L39 BACKHOE

4wd (1400 hrs) Single owner, stored inside, very good condition $28,500. Call Brad 613-373-2227

FIRST CUT, round and square bales, $20 and $3.50. Call 613919-3822 or 613-373-9328. FORD 4610 farm tractor, comes with Allied Quick attach loader, 5’ bucket, good condition, $11,500; Charolais bull, sired by a Registered Charolais bull, ready for breeding mid summer, $2,200. 613-386-3949. HAY AND straw for sale, small squares. Call 613-417-1038. HAY, ALFALFA grass, 3’x3’x7+, $50 each first cut; $80 each second cut. Dean Head, 613-476-6446.

HIGHLAND CATTLE

WANTED TO BUY ANY AGE OR TYPE Call 613-273-5557

HOARD’S LIVESTOCK auction every Tuesday. For marketing and trucking information, call Murray Jackson, 613-354-6713.

HORSES

WANTED TO BUY ANY TYPE Call 613-484-3085

SQUARE BALES of hay, $3 each. Call 613-379-9901. WOODLOT OWNERS. We buy standing timber logs, hardwood and soft, firewood and pulp. Free evaluation and dollar estimate, over 30 years of proven service in the area. Call collect, 613-358-2370.

COMMERCIAL

STATIONERY, WE have a variety of office supplies including table paper. You can place an order with us for wedding invitations and accessories, business cards and address labels. If what you require is not in stock, we will be glad to order the item for you. The Napanee Beaver, 613-354-6641, ext. 101.

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BLUE SPRUCE, white Pine and white Cedar trees, bare-root seedlings, perfect for landscaping, bird cover and windbreaks, $2 each, pre-orders only by April 1st. Call 613354-3151. Pick-up April 25th. Proceeds to Newburgh United Church. RELIANT 450 Invicare lift and swing, very slightly used, new $2,400, asking $500. 396-6478.

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ARTICLES FOR SALE

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

PETS

K9 WILL at Pet Panache, Napanee’s premier pet training centre, puppy to advance training, custom-made classes to meet your pet’s needs, flexible schedules 7 days a week, 21 Dundas Street East. 613-354-9171. LUV-A-K9 DOG School for all your training! Obedience, Agility, Rally, CGN, Show, we do it all! Gorgeous training room, matted, heated, air, only the best for our clients! Classes 7 days a week. 613-3892895. www.luv-a-k9.com

OUR C L A S S I F I E D D E PA R T M E N T I S OPEN TO SERVE YOU

AVAILABLE MAY 1st, 2 bedroom second floor apartment, large yard, convenient to downtown, $860 monthly plus hydro, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613561-7956. DESERONTO ROAD, upstairs 3 bedroom apartment, $800 monthly plus utilities, first/last, available May 1st. 613-396-5226. LARGE 1 bedroom handicap accessible in Campbell House, elevator, $1,065 includes utilities, satellite (200 channels), appliances, central air, parking, garbage removal, coin laundry and WiFi. Yes, you can use NetFlix, this is a quiet, secure, smoke-free historic building, first/last. 613-532-3672. LUXURIOUS NEW home to share with country gentleman, private room, $500 monthly, first and last required. 613-379-1021. NAPANEE, 3 bedroom home, smaller bedrooms, older style property, across from Springside Park, basement for storage, sunroom, porch, appliances, washer and dryer included, non-smoking, no pets, $1,100 plus utilities, available June 1st. Call or text 613-539-4847. NAPANEE, SPACIOUS 2 bedrooms, in older quiet building, close to downtown, 2nd floor, fridge, stove, parking, no smoking in apartment, no dogs, $895 inclusive, available May 1st, first/last, references. 613354-7342, leave message.

FOR RENT

SHANNONVILLE, 2 bedroom main floor bungalow with laundry, deck, parking, wheelchair accessible, no smoking, $1,150 monthly includes heat/hydro, first/last, lease and references. 613-967-0706 after 5pm. SINGLE BEDROOM house on the level, eat-in kitchen, living room, porch, deck, no pets, available June 1st, references required, $1,000 plus, extra rent for garage. 613-484-2530. TWO BEDROOMS, comfortable, laundry, appliances in unit, perfect for retirees/seniors, beautiful, quiet building, close to downtown Napanee, hospital, non-smoking, no pets policy, $950 plus. 613-354-2461. VERY LARGE 2 bedroom apartment, $1,060 monthly plus damage deposit, heat, lights, water included, available immediately, fridge, stove, washer, dryer included, 35+ and references. 613-396-5489.

WANTED

MINT AND used postage stamps, covers, post cards, coins and paper money. Call Bob, 613-967-2118.

EMPLOYMENT WANTED

CARS AND TRUCKS WANTED

CLEANING HOMES and offices, top to bottom. Call Janice at 613920-8916. RENOVATIONS, REPAIRS, carpentry, drywall, ceramic, hardwood, laminate flooring, painting, windows and doors, roofing, etc. Free estimates. John, 613-354-3671. SEWING AND alterations, home decor and drapes by Pauline. Call 613-354-4262.

Please call Dan The Parts Man 613-929-7572

PERMANENT PART-TIME, 20-40 hours per week, sanding/finishing/cleaning/lifting. Hawley Bros. Furniture Factory, Marlbank. Email resume hawleybros@hotmail.com

CARS & TRUCKS

TOP DOLLAR PAID!

For newly opened auto recycler. Auto parts also sold.

NAPANEE AUTO RECYCLING INC.

4941 County Road 8, R.R.2, Napanee. K7R 3K7 Fully Licensed and Insured

“YOU AUTO TRY US”

CARS AND trucks wanted for scrap or recycling, auto parts also sold. Call Dan, 613-929-7572.

SEASONAL RENTALS

COTTAGE, WEEKLY rental: book now for your family’s summer holidays, child friendly, steps from the beach, no weeds, no stones, no mud, no snakes, one hour drive to Napanee. See www.bonechofamilycampground.com for photos and rates.

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL SPACES

72 Dundas Street East, Napanee 1,200 sq. ft. office which includes

3 rooms, 2 washrooms and partial kitchen. $650. MONTHLY Also 665 sq ft $550. MONTHLY BOTH UNITS: Includes heat, utilities and air conditioning. Located on second floor with private entrance from centre hall foyer. Good location on the main street across from Tim Hortons. To view, call the Business Manager,

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NAPANEE COMMERCIAL storefront, prime location, Dundas Street, back entrance, handicap accessible, bathroom, showroom window, efficient utilities, $700 plus H.S.T., plus utilities, lease negotiable. Call or text 613-539-4847.

FOR RENT

NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN, second floor 1 bedroom apartment, large deck overlooking waterfront, fridge, stove, washer, dryer included, excellent condition, no smoking, no pets, references required, available June 1st, $900 inclusive. Call or text 613-539-4847. MASSIVE 2 bedroom heated apartment, in excellent condition, has kitchen, living room and dining room, $975, first and last required. For viewing or information, call 613-354-9965 or 613-396-1606. NICE VIEW of the Bay, 2 bedroom house, newly renovated, 4 new appliances, $875 monthly plus utilities, first, last, references, no smoking, no pets, available June 1st. 613-354-2773. ONE BEDROOM apartment, adult building, parking, laundromat, $685 inclusive, no smoking, available May 1st. 613-354-7198, 613-650-7433. ONE BEDROOM apartment, close to Napanee, fridge, stove, washer and dryer included, $600 plus. 613-388-2923. ONE BEDROOM apartment, downtown Deseronto, available immediately, parking, fridge and stove included, $600 plus hydro. Call or text, 613-888-9630. ONE BEDROOM apartment, Napanee, very clean, fridge, stove, $650 plus, available May 1st. 613388-2923. TWO BEDROOM, newly renovated, upper level duplex, large, bright rooms and yard, located on Mill Street West, Napanee, $1,150 inclusive. 613-985-1975.

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COMING EVENTS

FIREARMS AND Hunter Education course, Tamworth, Firearms Course, April 17th, 18th; Hunter Education, April 24th, 25th. Wild Turkey licence examinations. Call Bill for course details, 613-335-2786.

CARDS OF THANKS

On the night of Wednesday, February 25th, my wife and I attended our grandsons’ hockey game at the Strathcona Paper Centre in Napanee. During the second period I went into cardiac arrest. Before my wife was even able to get to a phone to call for help, many good Samaritans took action and performed CPR on me and eventually had to use the defibrillator. It is because of these people knowing what to do and willing to help that I am still here today to express my gratitude toward them. I was able to get a few names of the people who worked on me and helped in any way. Lou Boutilier, Kevin Doyle, Bruce Fry are the names that I know. I also understand that there were 2 nurses attending the game who worked on me as well. To all of those who worked on me, the ones I have their names, the 2 nurses, the arena staff and to all others that I don’t have their names but they know who they are, I thank you and will be forever grateful to you for all that you did for me on that evening. It is because of all of you that I am now recovering at home and will be able to attend more of my grandsons’ hockey games. God Bless and Thank You. Robert Wood. The family of the late Gervase Gaffney would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone for the love and support shown to us in the sudden passing of our dear husband, father and “papa” on February 1, 2015. To all family, friends, neighbours and the community who brought food, visited, sent flowers, cards, phone calls, prayers, Mass cards, online condolences and charitable donations. Thank you to Stone Mills Fire Department (Tamworth Station), Paramedics and Emergency personnel. Our sincere thanks to Hannah Funeral Home, Father Charles McDermott, Father Joe Moran and Deacon Daniel Lavoie. Your thoughtfulness is much appreciated. Hilda, Kevin, Brian, Karen and families.

MEMORIAMS

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BIRTHS

Etta VanSteenbergen

Chad, Rebecca and big sister Ellie are thrilled to announce the arrival of

Etta Rebecca VanSteenbergen born March 8, 2015 at 1:23 pm weighing 6lbs 13 oz.

Proud grandparents are Dr. Robert and Ellen Reynolds and Connie and Evert VanSteenbergen. Etta is the seventh greatgrandchild for Louise Henderson and ninth great-grandchild for Ann Rodgers.

MARY BETH CRAPP February 24, 1965-March 26, 2008 God saw you getting tired, He closed His arms around you, And whispered “Come to Me.” In tears we saw you gone. You fought so hard to stay. We saw you sleeping So peacefully free from pain. If tears could build a stairway And memories a lane, I’d walk right up to Heaven And bring you home again free of pain. Sadly missed by your daughter Kaitlyn and family

GROOMS - To a loving wife, mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother, Barbara, March 26, 2014. God knew that she was suffering, That the hills were hard to climb, So He closed her weary eyelids And whispered “Peace be thine”, Away in the beautiful hills of God, By the valley of rest so fair, Some day, we know not when, We will meet our loved one there. Forever missed by the Grooms family.

MEMORIAMS

DILLENBECK - Garfield March 29, 2013. Always in my heart. Love you, Mary. HAYES - Mary (nee Root), December 28, 1962 - March 27, 1995. Remembering a loving mother who has been gone for 20 years. You certainly have missed out on the joy of having grandchildren, but we find some comfort in knowing you are guiding and loving us from above. Forever missed and always cherished. Love, Jess, Mike, Hennessy and Ira.

BETTY MADIGAN Called Home to be with her Lord April 4, 2014 What an Honour to be a Caregiver What an honour it was to be A caregiver to one who had cared so for me. In sickness and health she was always there With plenty of kindness and ready to share. The love that she had for friends and family And the special care that she had for me. When it was time for our roles to reverse, I remembered our vows, for better or worse. And I thanked the Lord for the privilege to serve And asked for help to give the care she deserved. As things progressed it consumed every day, But the Lord went before us to show us the way. Then came the day when our care was needed no more, For our loved one had stepped through Heaven’s door. With a body of glory, she won’t need our care And soon we will be joining her there. Forever loved by your husband, Allen, and sons Daryl (Wendy), Daren (Lori), grandson Matthew and your four brothers and families

VANHOOSER - In memory our our beloved Joyce. Joyce, you were so much more than my wife, You were a very special part of our family life, It’s hard to believe it’s been a year you’ve been gone, We think of you often through memories, pictures and song, In our hearts we’ll always hold you a special place And one day again, we’ll see your smiling face, You weren’t just my companion, you were my life, You’re loved even more now than the day you became my wife. Always loved, never to be forgotten, Willie and family. WHITTON - In loving memory of a wonderful husband, father and grandpa, Gary, who passed away one year ago, March 24, 2014. The moment that you died, My heart was torn in two, One side filled with heartaches, The other died with you, Remembering you is easy, I do it every day, But missing you is a heartache That never goes away, So God find the softest pillow To lay his head upon, Place a kiss upon his cheek And tell him who it’s from, Put your arms around him In a never ending hug, Tell Gary we miss him And give him all our love. Never forgotten, always loved and missed. Sharon, Tammie, Doug and grandchildren.


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SUZANNE J. MORIN

1959 March 23 - 2009 March 31

It has been six years since you left us. Millions of tears can’t bring you back, we know because we tried. The beauty of your spirit lives within our hearts and the everlasting memories keep us close to you. So many things have happened, so many things to share with you had you been left to stay! Our hearts are still broken, we miss you so much! Rest peacefully in the bosom of our Eternal God! Love, Mom, Emese, Tunde, Philip, Julia

DEATHS

PAUL, Alice Louise (nee Wartman)

VIVIAN YOUNG In loving memory of a dear wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who passed away on April 1, 2013. Softly the leaves of memory fall, Gently we gather and treasure them all, A thought, a prayer are all we can give, These you will have as long as we live. Beautiful memories silently kept Of one who we loved and will never forget, Close in our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. Forever loved by Bud, Owen and Carol, Colin and Warren and grandchildren.

DEATHS

COOK, Alice Amelia

(nee Dunn) Of Belleville, entered into rest at the Belleville General Hospital on Friday, March 20, 2015, in her 93rd year. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunn. Wife of Mr. Gordon Cook (C.D. RCAF) of Belleville. Mother of Ms. Joyce Reid of Bellville; Mrs. Shirley (Roger) Gibson of Tamworth and Ms. Brenda Mason of Napanee. Grandmother of 8 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. Mrs. Cook is predeceased by her brother Thomas Dunn. Arrangements entrusted to Quinte Cremation and Burial Services Ltd., 205 North Front Street, Belleville (613-962-7900). If desired, charitable donations may be made to the Belleville General Hospital Foundation or The Salvation Army. Online guest book and condolences at www.quintecremationservices.com

DILLENBECK, Duane

At the Lennox and Addington County Hospital in Napanee on Monday, March 23, 2015. Duane Harold Dillenbeck of the Village Green in Selby, at age 88. Son of the late Harold and Ola Dillenbeck and brother of Alfred Dillenbeck (late Luella) of Napanee and the late Garfield Dillenbeck (Mary of Napanee). Cremation has taken place. A family graveside Service at Morven Cemetery will be held in April. In the care of Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

Passed away peacefully on March 21, 2015. Beloved wife of Dr. Edward Paul (deceased), mother to Edward (Mary), Mary Alice and Neil (Christine), cherished grandmother to Jennifer, Matthew (Hiroko), Natalie (Jered), Benjamin (Ashley), Andrew, and David, and great-grandmother to Emma, Janey, Aiko, Jack, and James. Survived by sister Caroline Campbell (Kip) and sister-in-law Norma Wartman. Fondly remembered by her nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Loving daughter of dearly departed parents, Ward and Charlotte Wartman and predeceased by siblings, Jean Moore (Harry), Alvin (Phyllis), Hester Caldwell (Harry), Robert Wartman and Nancy Warren. Alice will be fondly remembered by family and friends for her warm and gracious hospitality at the family’s Centre Street home and her dedication to VON, St. Mary Magdalene Church, particularly the Altar Guild, to the Allan Macpherson House and to the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Auxiliary. Alice graduated as a Registered Nurse at Kingston General Hospital and supported her husband’s family practice for many years. Alice pursued many interests: curling at the Napanee Curling Club, downhill skiing, bridge and the arts, however sunset at West Winds on the Hayward Long Reach was her place of great contentment. The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Friday, March 27, 2015 from 2pm4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Saturday, March 28th at 11am. Interment Riverside Cemetery. Donations to St. Mary Magdalene Church and the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Foundation will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Two locations to serve you.

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MARACLE, Mildred Alice

Passed away March 11, 2015, at the age of 71, beloved wife of the late Reginald Walter Maracle (2009). Daughter of Clayton Roy and Mildred Eleanor Brant. Mother of Carol Anne Maracle (Patrick), Wayne (Joeanne), Lisa (Tim), Rick (Jackie), Kathy (Kevin), Nancy (Ernie) of Tyendinaga; Cyndie (James), Napanee; Lori (John) Toronto and Chuck from Farmington, N.Y. She was the Nana to 29 grandchildren and great-nana to 33 great-grandchildren. Survived by sisters, Gloria, Kathy, Diane and Jane and brothers, Brian and Clayton. Predeceased by sisters, Delores and Cheryle and her brother Frank. Mildred attended Deseronto Public School and was employed at Deseronto Skyway Lounge. She volunteered at many organizations for many years such as Quinte Mohawk School Committee, Q.M.S. Soup Program, Community Care for South Hastings (C.C.S.H.), Diners Club and Tyendinanga Pow Wow Committee. The Funeral Service was held on Sunday, March 15, 2015 at 1pm at the Mohawk Community Centre. Interment at Christ Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons, Cody, Markus, Dustin, Clayton, Kyle and great-grandson Tsisto. Donations to Tyendinaga Haudenosunee Longhouse Building Fund, 1327 Ridge Road, Tyendinaga KOK 1XO would be appreciated by the family.

MARKOTICH, Mary Louise (nee Pidgeon)

Passed away peacefully on March 22, 2015, surrounded by family in a Palliative Care Suite at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Tony Markotich and gentle mother of Cathy (Colin) and Gary. Cherished grandmother to Caitlin (Cody), also survived and cherished by her sister Jeannie Joynt and fondly remembered by her nieces and nephews and greatnieces and nephews. Mary lived a rich and full life in Napanee and enjoyed her time spent on the golf course or at the curling club. Summers were enjoyed at the cottage entertaining family and friends, as well as tolerating teen age shenanigans. Mary hosted a small family dinner with her sister Jeannie last week and we all will recall how the mention of someone’s “red hair” led to the question “Fred Astaire?” …and laughter filled the room. A room full of laughter and family is what Mary treasured most. The family would like to thank the staff in the Continuing Care Unit at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital and Dr. Thomas Touzel for their compassion and attention to detail for Mother’s brief stay. It allowed us the opportunity to share every remaining moment with Mother. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Patrick’s Church, 179 West Street in Napanee on Friday, March 27th at 11am. Interment at St. Patrick’s Parish Cemetery, followed by a luncheon reception at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital will be remembered with appreciation by the family. In the care of Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (613-354-3341). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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DEATHS

SKEELS, Dorothy Isabel

On Sunday, March 15, 2015, Dorothy Isabel Skeels (nee Woods) of Elliot Lake passed away at the age of 77 years. Beloved mother of Michael Skeels (Barbara) of Edmonton; sister of Ralph Woods (Beula) of Kingston; aunt to Richard Woods (Arlene Harper) of Kingston; Tom Woods (Linda Moir) of Devon, Illinois; Ruth George (Peter) of Orangeville and David Woods of Vancouver, B.C. Dorothy will be fondly remembered and missed by everyone whose life she touched. Dorothy enjoyed her last years in Tamworth and Elliot Lake surrounded by good friends who were just like family to her. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service to Celebrate Dorothy’s Life will be held at Trinity United Church in Grand Valley on Saturday, April 18th at 11am with visitation from 10am. Interment will follow at the Union Cemetery in Grand Valley. Memorial donations made to a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com “Together Again”

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TURNBULL, “Bruce”

Thomas Bruce Turnbull passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, at The John M. Parrott Centre on March 18, 2015, in his 93rd year. Beloved husband of 65 years to Alice Mary Turnbull (Hogeboom). Admired father of Tom Turnbull (Joan) and Corynne Dietrich (Brad). Bruce was a generous, hard working, kind, modest, loving parent. Fondly remembered by Holly, mother of Taryn (John), Breanna (Marc) and Stuart (Carolyn) as well as grandchildren, Blake (Whitney) and Andrew (Charise). He was a fearless, knowledgeable grandfather who cherished every shared moment with a story and a laugh. Great-grandfather of Helena, Benjamin and Elyse. Predeceased by siblings, Reta Conran (Harold), Marjorie McLeod (Allen), Mary MacQuay (Jack), Bud Turnbull (Marie), Gladys Mitchell (Charlie), Ted Turnbull (Joan) and Gwen Harman (Earl). Survived by siblings Norma (Glen) and Billy (Gene). The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home, Kingston Chapel at 980 Collins Bay Road on Sunday, March 22nd from 2pm-4pm and 7pm9pm. A Memorial Service was held at the Wartman Funeral Home at 1pm on Monday, March 23rd. In lieu of flowers, donations to The John M. Parrott Centre as a thank you to their staff for their tremendous care and the Lung Association would be appreciated. Bruce will be cremated and laid to rest at Cataraqui Cemetery. Online condolences at www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com Two locations to serve you.

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The Tamworth and Christ Church Cemetery Board is inviting tenders for grass cutting and trimming at the Tamworth Cemetery. Successful candidate will provide all equipment and gas for season May 1- October 30, 2015. Price submitted should be complete cost for full season, not price per cut. Please mail information before April 9 to: Board Secretary/Treasurer Natalie Minaker, 553 Frizzell Road, Tamworth, ON K0K 3G0.

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“ON YOUR BEHALF” ESTATE TAG SALE

Saturday March 28 @ 9am 9 Crerar Blvd, Kingston (South off Front Road just east of Days Road) The Forkes family enjoyed many happy years in this charming home just one long block from Lake Ontario. Come to see some of their lovely collections. Furniture: Gibbard Dining Room Table with 3 Leaves 6 Chairs & China Cabinet, Gibbard Tea Wagon, Gibbard Coffee Table, Corner Curio Cabinet, 2 Eastlake Rockers, Lazyboy Recliner, Vintage Table & China Cabinet, Magazine Table, Ottoman, Antique Piano, Vilas Coffee & End Tables, Antique Wash Stand, Half Moon Table, Vilas Double Bed & Highboy, Antique Wicker Chair, Cedar-lined Blanket Box, Spindle Double Bed, Queen Bedroom Suite with Double Dresser & 2 Bedside Tables, Vanity with Stool, Desk, Sewing Machine, Chrome Kitchen Set, Sofa, Vintage Kitchen Chair and so much more… China & Collectables: Limoges China for 12 plus Serving Pieces, Spode China Dinner Set for 8, Nippon China Fish Set, Nippon Tea Set, Waterford & Cross & Olive Crystal, Carnival Glass, Antique Milk Glass, Sterling Silver, Murano Glass Paper Weights & Figurines, Pottery, Early Fort Henry Tramp Art, Antique Mirrors, Vintage Toys, Tins, Figurines, Trays & Games, Large Assortment of Costume Jewellery, Vintage Kitchen Ware & Bar Ware, Antique Phones, Large Collection of Bosen Heads, Wooden Crates and many other items… There are too many items to list. Please visit our website onyourbehalf.ca for photos and other information. Always a Treasure to be Found Check out www.onyourbehalf.ca for photos & map to sale

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AT 9:00 A.M. ANNUAL SPRING FARM CONSIGNMENT AUCTION DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis LS /105000 kms sells safetied & “E” tested (excellent condition), Massey Ferguson 1080 tractor/cab, Hardi sprayer/Dickey-John system/50' eagle boom, on a '89 Dodge truck/ 350 Cummins turbo diesel engine & auto transmission, MF 35 gas tractor with loader/gravity trip bucket, MF 236 loader/ mounting brackets, set of tractor weights, Fair Farm grain cleaner/ auger & 2 motors (like new), Int. 510 16 run seed drill/grass box, Farmhand 10' solid sprocket cultipacker/ hydraulic lift, NH 519 single axle single beater spreader, MF silage blower, 12 ft. packer/wheels & cylinder, Ferguson 3 PTH 2 furrow plough, 3 PTH 8 ft. cultivator, 3 PTH 8' set of double discs, 3 PTH 6 ft rotary mower, DMI 300 bu. gravity wagon/tarp, Ford 3 PTH scraper blade, row crop cultivator, JD 1219 haybine, MF 725 haybine, JD 894A rake, Int. & Ford 3 pth sickle mowers, NH 352 grinder mixer, dirt bucket, manure forks & bale spear, New Idea 4 row wide corn planter (field ready), JD 7000 4 row narrow corn planter, NH 782 2 row corn harvester, Self unloading wagon, Allis Chalmers 12 ft set of trail type discs, White semi mount 6 furrow plough, 3 PTH post hole auger, McKee model 620 3 PTH snow blower, 2 utility trailers, 5 section set of drags/ evener bar, 5 bale thrower wagons, Little Giant elevator on undercarriage, pipe frame elevator/ motor, 15 ft. bumper hitch stock trailer (sells as is), roller, wood wagon, Driveway & basement wall sealer on trailer with Honda motor, Buster bar for chisel plow, Bodco straw chopper/motor, Starline heated waterbowl (new), Round bale feeders, tombstone feeder, 2 sheep feeders, mineral feeders, chicken feeders, wall mount hay feeders, rough cut pine lumber. MTD 5 H.P. chipper/shredder, Stihl FS45 weedeater, Homelite chainsaw, Ryobi 8 1/4” radial arm saw, Craftsman 10” table saw, Craftsman router/table, Busy Bee sander, Table top 5 speed drill press, Craftsman miter saw, Ryobi 6 1/8” jointer/planer, Makita 300 mm planer, scroll saw, 8 gallon shop vac, McCullough leaf blower, hand tools, Generator, 3 stage 25 ton cylinder, numerous other pieces. 1970 Allis Chalmers B10 garden tractor/ blade, Allis Chalmers B210 garden tractor/ mower (needs work), Ford 7 H.P. riding mower, Anvil, 2 Husqvarna chainsaws, hand power tools, Large qty. of fencing supplies including page wire, rolls of barbed wire, brace wire, insulators, stakes, cedar rails, hog panelling, gates, Global milling machine, table saw, drill press & numerous other shop tools. Note: All tractors & vehicles sell at 1:00 p.m. List subject to additions and/or deletions. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD AT 10 AM SATURDAY, APRIL 4TH AT 10 AM

2 DAY AUCTION SALE - THOMPSON TENTS (PARTY RENTAL DIVISION) 411 DUNDAS STREET EAST, BELLEVILLE 2 blocks EAST of Belleville Hospital- Vicinity of Dewes Independent Grocer FRIDAY APRIL 3RD at 10AM - Caterer ware including dishes including plates in various sizes; cutlery, glasswares, serving trays, serving stands, schaffing dishes, clearing tubs, bar supplies, back drops, chair covers, centre pieces, banquet decoratives, party favours, large quantity of linens in various colours, shapes and sizes; shelving, rolling safety stairs, stainless steel dish washing counter tops, balloon inflating equipment, welding equipment, rubber matting, numerous other articles. SATURDAY APRIL 4TH at 10AM - Wedding decoratives including pillars, floral supplies, arbours, French doors; antique kitchen cupboard, antique chest of drawers, casual furniture, decorating materials, table runners, bolts of linen, party favours, office equipment, wooden multi drawer cabinet, steel storage cabinet, Crown and Anchor games, Christmas decorations, numerous other articles. NOTE - Thompson Tent Rentals will continue business as usual in Tent Rental and Event Consulting Business. 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

GOOD FRIDAY APRIL 3, 2015

at 10:00 AM SELBY AUCTIONS CONSIGNMENT EQUIPMENT SALE 112 VANLUVEN ROAD, NAPANEE Already Consigned: T5050 NH tractor with 830TL loader 4 wheel drive shuttle shift deluxe cab 500 hrs., 8N tractor, 1998 Agro Allis 9655 tractor 5800 hrs 150 hp 4 wd 18 speed dual front & rear full stack of weights on front, ties excl shape, 14’ Corn stock trailer bumper pull, 2004 Arctic Cat 4 wheeler 4x4, 10’ field packer, Husqvarna chainsaws, Baler spear for JD tractor, NH single axle manure spreader, NH 489 haybine needs work, tandem 6000 lb axles float trailer bumper pull, JD 9400 combine with 920 flexhead 3600 hrs excel shape, JD 643 corn head 6 row narrow, 20 ft Smyth head wagon, 12 ft bush hog disk excellent condition, 33 MH seed drill, 53 ft highway storage trailers, 10 tn huydraulic shop press, hydraulic pipe bender, bush hog mowre, 2 horse trailer, 24 ft haywagon mesh deck 2 yrs old, 20 ft hay wagon mesh deck, 510 International soya bean special drill 18 run with double disk grass seed attachment hitch for packer, 6 compartment 6 hp hammer mill, 2 wagons, 6” 40 ft grain augers, Patz TMR mixer, JD 8300 seed drill 24 run double disk fertilizer attachm. Deon silage wagon, 24 ft pto driver hay rake, quantity of new rubber mats, JD zero turn riding lawn mower, JD 4x2 Gator, 2 drill presses, radial arm saw. Bert 613-536-9157 Mark 613-929-8424 AUCTIONEER: TOM HARRISON 613-813-2044 CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME selbyauctions.weebly.com


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Local man benefits from provincial program Campaign to raise funds for hearing aids ongoing

BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

A local man will be one of the first recipients to receive free hearing aids through a new hearing health-care program across the province. ListenUP! Canada is a hearing health-care clinic with over 100 locations across Ontario, including one in Greater Napanee. Next week, Carl Farely of Greater Napanee will receive a set of premium hearing aids thanks to the ListenUP! giveback campaign. “ListenUP! Canada has partnered with the National Campaign for Better Hearing to raise awareness about the causes and effects of hearing loss, treatment options for hearing loss and to educate the public on the importance of early detection,” explained Jillian Price, chief audiologist of ListenUP!Canada. The goal is to test every Canadian over the age of 60 in order to catch hearing loss at an early stage and treat it before it worsens. “It is known that many Canadians with hearing loss will wait more than five years to seek help. We also know that untreated hear-

ing loss can negatively impact your quality of life and the lives of others around you,” Price added. The campaign hopes to raise $100,000 this year by donating $2 from each hearing test performed in one of the 100 ListenUP! clinics. Each hearing test is free and the $2 donation is be made by the clinic. The program helps to provide hearing aids to those who would not otherwise be able to afford them. Price said the cost for hearing aids varies in each case, but the average cost ranges around $3,500. Farely has qualified for the program after being nominated by his healthcare professional. “Recipients of free hearing aids are determined by nominations from our clinicians and decision by the board,” Price added, stating financial need is also a deciding factor. Price noted that hearing loss is “on the rise” and therefore the need to have everyone’s hearing checked is more important than ever. “Two reasons for the increase is the aging population and, second, our constant exposure to noise pollution,” said Price. “Noise pollution is environmental sounds that, after

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Carl Farley of Greater Napanee will receive a set of new hearing aids as part of the ListenUP! Giveback campaign, which is taking place across Ontario. With a $2 donation for each hearing test, the company hopes to raise $100,000 for the campaign. prolonged exposure, damage the delicate hair cells in our ears. We live in a noisy world and the constant bombardment of sound over time can lead to permanent damage. Protecting your hearing by using earplugs or turning

down the volume on those MP3 players is highly recommended if you want to reduce your chances of developing hearing loss,” Price added. Price is encouraging everyone to go for a hearing

test at a ListenUP! Canada clinic in order to help the campaign reach its goal of $100,000 to provide hearing aids to those in need. “Just by coming in for a test, you will be supporting the giveback program and

will help someone in need receive a set of free hearing aids,” said Price. Farley will receive his new hearing aids April 3 at the Greater Napanee clinic, located at 307 Bridge St. West.

COMMUNITY FARM CALENDAR

THE AG & RURAL UPDATE IS AN ELECTRONIC BULLETIN THAT IS PRODUCED WEEKLY BY STAFF AT THE ONTARIO MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & FOOD, (OMAF), BRIGHTON RESOURCE CENTRE. IT IS DISTRIBUTED FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS. NOT ALL OF THE INFORMATION USED IN THIS FARM CALENDAR IS SUPPLIED BY THE ELECTRONIC BULLETIN.

The Yarker Farmers Market is getting ready for another season. We are looking for produce growers, farmers and market gardeners who would like to sell what they grow at our market this summer. For more information please contact Lynn lynnmrenaud@hotmail.com. Mar. 27 - The Ontario Farmland Trust’s Annual Farmland Forum will be held in the Peterborough area for the first time in the spring of 2015. OFT’s mission is “to protect and preserve Ontario’s farmlands and associated agricultural, natural and cultural features of the countryside through direct land securement, stewardship, policy research and eduvation for the benefit of Ontarians today and in future generations”. Farmers, land use planners and others are invited to discuss topical issues related to the protection of Ontario’s farmland. For more information visit www.ontariofarmlandtrust.ca March 27 - Country Square Dance at the Demorestville Hall starting at 8 pm. $10 per person with a late lunch provided. No experience required and everyone is welcome. A great evening out for families of all ages. Call Liz if you have any questions at 613- 8278972 Mar. 31 - Community Economic Development 101, Strathcona Paper Centre, 16 McPherson Dr., Napanee, 9am-12 noon - Workshop for Municipal Councillors, Staff & Volunteers. Join us for a Free

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We are looking for FARM/HOBBY FARM/RURAL PROPERTY listings for the spring market. We are expecting a good demand for rural property in 2015 and want to add your property to our rural inventory for our prospective buyers. - Combined sales experience of 34 plus years. - Bill McCutcheon is a lifetime farmer in the area - Rob MacDonald Napanee area resident for 50+ yrs with farming roots EXPERIENCE + INTEGRITY + TRUST = RESULTS Not intended to solicit properties already listed

Interactive Workshop. Learn the basics of economic development and take away practical tools to help your municipality develop & implement an economic development strategy. During the workshop we will: Provide you with a model of how to understand basic economic activity in your community; Identify potential roles for your municipality in economic development; Provide you with some practical tools to assist in your economic development efforts. For more information or to register contact AICC at 1-877-424-1300 or by email at ag.info@omafra.gov.on.ca. If you wish to register on-line go to: http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/rural/ edr/ced101/reg-form.htm Apr. 7 - L&A Cattlemen’s with TCO are having a Seminar at 7pm at Selby Hall. Features cow/calf/stocker vaccination programs and beef cow nutrition.

2015 RURAL SUMMER JOBS SERVICE - ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW The goal of the Rural Summer Jobs Service (RSJS) is to encourage rural employers to create summer jobs that enhance the life skills and work experience of students in Ontario. In 2014, over 1,500 employers participated in creating over 4,600 rural summer jobs. The RSJS is part of the Ontario Government's Ontario Summer Jobs Strategy to assist students across Ontario. What does the Rural Summer Jobs Service offer? The Government of Ontario provides a $2/hour hiring incentive to eligible, rural employers who can create summer jobs for rural students between the ages of 15 and 30. The program offers an opportunity for employers to hire a student and receive reimbursement for the time worked between April 1st and September 30th. Rural employers may receive the hiring incentive for up to 560 hours per

Your Produce Supplier Peter Oetelaar 1527 Bridge St. West Napanee (613)-396-6298

eligible summer employee. Application - Consists of three pages including an updated employer declaration. To ensure acceptance into the program, please make sure that all fields are completed in full. Important Dates: April 1, 2015: First day of eligibility for subsidized employment for student positions April 17, 2015: Deadline for submission of Employer Application forms May 2015: Student Checklist and Claim forms will be posted on the OMAFRA webpage May 30, 2015: Applicants will be notified of application status and number of positions approved July 31, 2015: Deadline for submission of the Student Eligibility Checklists September 30, 2015: Last day of eligibility for subsidized employment for student positions October 23, 2015: Deadline for submission of Employer Claim forms either by email, fax or by mail http://ontario.ca/bd2f

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TAXES | Public meeting pending are taxed the urban rate, and which properties are taxed at the rural rate. There are 56 properties that are taxed at the urban rate and there are 26 at the rural rate,” Day concluded. Ward 1 Councillor Mike Schenk moved a motion to hold a public meeting at the Strathcona Paper Centre in June regarding taxation, which was carried. Schenk’s motion reads: “That since current timing would not allow for a tax policy review to be resolved prior to the 2015 budget finalization, that council take the following steps: “That staff be directed to prepare for a public presentation as soon as possible after the 2015 budget and tax bills (June of 2015) have been finalized on a method of proceeding to complete an independent study of tax policy. “That the meeting be held at the Strathcona Paper Centre to accommodate public interest.” As for Ward 2 councillor Max Kaiser’s notice of motion, which was put forward at the March 10 meeting, it was carried, 43. In opposition were Ward 3 Councillor Roger Cole, Ward 5 Councillor Shaune Lucas, and Ward 4 Councillor Carol Harvey. Kaiser shared his disappointment with regards to his notice of motion, stating it was misinterpreted as a municipal tax issue, which he said is not

the case. “I didn’t realize the opportunity that I gave for misinterpretation and misunderstanding in the presentation I made,” said Kaiser. “I want to make it very clear that the motion that I’ve put forward is not to delay or defuse any taxation at all. This is not about this town’s taxation policy. If you read the motion it talks about MPAC and nothing else. MPAC is the basis of taxation, so it’s related to taxation, but it’s a very separate issue,” he continued. Kaiser’s notice of motion stated: “Whereas general assessment seems a very flawed measurement of property values; And whereas it is these values that are used as a base for taxation; And whereas we have seen great dissatisfaction with taxation levels with regards to services rendered; And further I believe that there may be similar interest on this matter elsewhere in this province, but no obvious avenue to discover it; Therefore, I move that council gives permission and enables Greater Napanee CAO and/or CFP to interact with their counterparts across the province, or as they might in the course of other activities, to begin a concerted lobby of provincial government seeking change in the legislative requirement to use MPAC assessment values,

as they are, as the basis for taxation.” Lucas said he felt this was a county issue and should be dealt with at that level and that Greater Napanee resources, money and staff time should not be spent on it. Day’s report also detailed possible revenue changes if taxation is changed. “Based on our 2014 tax rates, the increase in tax revenue for the properties in this area currently being taxed at the rural rate would be $9,737.49. Also, as requested, the reduction in tax revenue that would be realized if all of the properties in this area were paying rural tax rate would be $170,701.88,” his report stated. “The amount of commercial and industrial taxes in this area (based on 2014 tax rates) is $499,371.72,” according to Day’s report. Deputy Mayor Marg Isbester said she doesn’t understand why people receiving rural services are paying urban rates and believes taxation should be changed for these cases. “I still don’t understand, and I don’t know whether anybody can ever get it through to me, as to why there are residential properties out there that are not on sewer and water that are being charged an urban rate. I think it’s wrong; I think we have to find a way to fix it,” said Isbester. Council accepted Day’s report for information.

NAPANEE COMMUNITY BINGO… Come join us at the Napanee Lions Hall for our community bingo every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Run by the Lions Club and the Rotary Club of Napanee. Money raised from our bingos goes right back out into the community to provide funding and support for those in need. Come with friends, or come make some new ones. Canteen is open for a light lunch and refreshments. Everyone welcome, must be 18 years of age.

Do you know a

psychotherapist?

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For more information, visit crpo.ca *Other professions whose members can practise psychotherapy are: nurses, occupational therapists, physicians, psychologists and social workers.

CLUES ACROSS

1. Cycles/second 4. Fit for cultivation 10. Saami 12. Perceived scent 13. Liberal rights organization 14. Female flying fighters 15. Durham school 16. Ancient Scand. poet 18. Charitable performances 20. Siddhartha author Hermann 21. Letter destination 22. P.S. Buck's Pulitzer 25. Feel regret 26. Initials of e = MC2 author 27. From a distance 29. Cronies 31. Forty 32. Printing speed measurement 33. Nutty spread 40. White seedless grape 41. Hillsides 43. Inflammation of a bursa 44. Artery 45. Nail polish brand 46. A routine that is hard to escape 47. Indigo plant 48. Owners 50. Animal fluids 51. Mustelid in its white winter coat

52. Communist

CLUES DOWN

1. Come into conflict 2. A collection of things wrapped together 3. Bath spatter 4. Gunsmoke actress Blake 5. Direct to a source 6. Cartoonist Capp 7. Somewhat blue 8. 40 weekday periods 9. El Dorado High School (abbr.) 11. Heartbeat 12. Brit. rutabaga 17. Angle (abbr.) 18. Said as a greeting or wish 19. Festivals 23. Rita ___, singer 24. Belonging to us

27. Skating jumps 28. Building at 175 5th Ave. 29. Parts per billion (abbr.) 30. Atomic mass unit 32. Old Spanish currency (abbr.) 33. Insistence on traditional correctness 34. PBS wildlife show 35. Measuring blocks 36. Don't know when yet 37. Ancient city from which St. Paul first sailed 38. Breadwinner 39. Go to bed 40. Highest in degree or quality 42. Tossed, potato or waldorf 43. The trunk of a tree 49. Yes in Spanish

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The Napanee Beaver OPEN HOUSES SAT. MAR. 28TH 12-2PM SUN. MAR. 29TH 2-4PM

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This 3 bedroom, 3 bath new home is located on a cul-sac within walking distance to the new public school and the golf course. With 1850 sq. ft. between the main floor and the second level and a full I.C.F basement there is plenty of family space. This home boasts large bedrooms with the master bedroom enjoying an ensuite that includes a soaker tub and separate shower. The home’s large windows let in lots of natural light into the eat-in kitchen and living room. Plenty of attention to details makes this new home a home you will be proud to own. Talk directly to the builder at this open house. $389,900.

Call Kevin Maracle 613-961-9035 www.kcbuilders.ca

727 LITTLE CREEK RD. HOST: JAMIE YOUMANS Come take a look at this tastefully renovated brick bungalow with a huge attached garage. This home has many, many upgrades and updates. Features hardwood floors, maple cupboards and a full finished basement with a cast iron stove. A taste of country but still 5 minutes to town. A must to view! $244,900. (EX3671) MLS 14608606

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409 LITTLE CREEK RD. HOSTESS: LINDSAY WILBRAHAM Everything has been completely renovated throughout with hardwood and softwood floors, kitchen with granite countertops, 2 new bathrooms, newer windows, main floor laundry, formal living room and dining room, main floor family room with woodstove, 4 bedrooms and a den. Large deck around new pool and hot tub. $305,000. (EX3818) MLS 15602519

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

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17 JAMES ST. - HOST: DON COX Excellent solid brick bungalow on a quiet street. Features 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, full finished basement with gas fireplace and wet bar in the rec room. Hardwood floors, double car garage with heated workshop in back. $259,900. (EX3756) MLS 15600613

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900 NOTTINGHILL AVE. KINGSTON - $324,500. MLS 15602510 • Upgraded Open Concept • RecRoom w/Walkout • Beautiful Private Yard

Independently Owned and Operated

Call Michele Heaney, Sales Rep, at 613-583-7253 or Peg Campbelton, Sales Rep, at 613-449-4200

QUIET LOCATION CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN 2+2 BR with full finished basement. Well cared for and nicely updated. Newer sun deck from eat-in kitchen, paved drive, garage & shed. $229,900.00 MLS# Sutton GroupMasters Realty Inc. Brokerage

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1650 Bath Rd., Kingston 613-384-5500

Carol Harvey Sales Rep.

Call Direct: 613-540-2659

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1851 COUNTY RD. 14 - $129,900. Cherished traditions of simple country life. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Hardwood floors in main area. Newer roof, windows, soffits. Former Reidville Public School. (EX3719) MLS 14610060

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Call Bill Martin, Sales Rep Cell 613-540-4375 32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800

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26 QUAKER HILL ROAD - $187,500. MLS 15601185 This home is perfect for making family memories, which are laughed at around the supper table for years to come. This corner-home is nestled on historic Quaker Hill Rd., South Shore, Hay Bay. The TWO boat launches for summer swimming, boating & fishing and winter ice fishing are minutes from your front door. Two car garage has entrance to the home and room to store your winter & summer toys.

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Call Kristina Selby-Brown, Sales Rep, at 613-305-2900 or Joanne Holmes, Sales Rep, at 613-530-6705

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486 MILLER ROAD COUNTRY SPLENDOUR CLOSE TO TOWN This full ICF bungalow on 3.27 acres will enthrall you. Soaring vaulted ceilings create a bright open kitchen, dining, living room. Finished walkout lower level features cozy in-floor heating. 3 Bedroomss, 2 1/2 baths, covered verandah, deck with awning, oversized attached garage 32X28, gorgeous gardens with pergola, updated mechanicals. Your search is over! Offered at $369,900 MLS 15602481

Dennis Stover, Sales Rep. 613-384-1200 Cell: 613-328-6632 email: dennis.g.stover@gmail.com www.DennisStover.com


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On beautiful Bobs Lake, this unique home/cottage features 5 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, a cozy yet stately, stone fireplace, hardwood throughout, breath-taking panoramic views, a sandy beach, fire pit, and great potential for family fun. Also includes a private boat launch. MLSÂŽ15601908

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1117 Hidden Valley Rd.

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

136 PALACE RD

Greg Wagar

Broker of Record

613-541-9781

Move in ready. Good solid family home with all the proper maintenance. The upgrades and updates over the last 10 years to this spacious 3 bedroom, 1 ∏ bath house include siding, windows, kitchen, bath, furnace, central air, flooring, plumbing and wiring. Large formal dining room plus eat in kitchen. Comfortable west facing sunroom. Attached workshop and 2 sheds all on a good sized town lot with lots of parking space. Asking $179,900 #N15 MLS 15602199

227 JOHNSON BAY LANE

Here is your chance to own a piece of Howe Island paradise located on picturesque and serene Johnson Bay. 3 spacious bedrooms 2 full bathrooms and a finished basement with walkout to the oversized 70 foot pontoon style floating dock. Oversized windows throughout the home. Sunroom off the eat in kitchen to relax and enjoy the breathtaking sunrise and the sunset. Oversized triple bay detached garage. Asking $424,900 (N13) MLS 15601898

920 BLUFFWOOD AVE KINGSTON Family friendly 2 storey home with attached 1 car garage. Fully fenced backyard. Attractive open concept living, dining and kitchen areas. Spacious master bedroom with double closets. Full finished basement with rough in for 2 pc. bath. Asking $299.500. (N14) MLS 15602049

25 DAIRY AVE

Currently operatiing as a dance studio (2 separate classrooms) with living quarters. Open concept 3 bedroom living quarters with breakfast nook and dining area. Endless possibilites for this multi use property. Live on site and operate your business, rent/lease spaces or convert entire premises back to commercial. Asking $219,000 (N12) MLS 15601893

NEW PRICE

Wayne Elder

Sales Representative

613-536-8897

Barry Brummel

Sales Representative

613-484-0933

84 RAGLAN STREET

This 3 bedroom bungalow with finished rec room is a must see. Windows, natural gas fireplace in rec room and furnace with ac new in 2009; new membrane roof in 2008. Very nice back yard with shed. Close to all the amenities. Book your private showing today. Asking $195,000 (N06) MLS 15601050

8074 COUNTY ROAD 2

Charming Victorian charm a minute from town. Enjoy the renovated family room with cathedral ceiling, natural gas fireplace and bar, all overlooking private inground pool. 4 bedrooms, formal dining rom and eat in kitchen with open concept. Economically heated with natural gas furnace. Updates include roof/windows/furnace/fireplace. Stunning perennials with Japanese water garden in rear yard. Call for your personal viewing. Asking $319,000. (M130) MLS 15600191

Sales Representative

613-536-8589

Patsy Rhines

Sales Representative

613-331-0536

Rick Gerow

Sales Representative

613-329-9546

Marlene McGrath

Sales Representative

613-849-3264

7 CENTRE ST # 107

2 bedroom, 2 bath Vyas Villa condo. Main floor. Park just feet from your door. Newer flooring. Front window and patio door replaced. View of river. Oversized master bedroom. Immaculate. Just move in. Asking $169,900 (N07) MLS 15601114

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

Sue Rankin

1186 ELM TREE RD., ARDEN

Professionally built Central Frontenac bungalow with attention to every detail. Near Arden bordering Crown land. Year round stream with fully serviced trailer in woods, accessible by foot bridge, for weekend guests. New furnace, heated garage, workshop with attached finished den with bar. Large deck with screened gazebo. Immaculate home that you must see asking $245,000 (M136) MLS 15600692

Paul Wagar

Sales Representative

613-484-1603

Cathy Conrad Broker

613-484-2636

Trent Mosier, CRA

370 ACADEMY ST NEWBURGH

This 3 bedroom bungalow sits on a beautiful deep lot with a small stream running at the end of the back yard. Large front deck, 2 storage sheds and ample parking. New metal roof 3 years ago. Book your showing today. Asking $187,900. (M128) MLS 15600118

184 UNION ST

Rental property 3 bedroom plus small bachelor apartment, presently grossing $17760. annually. Operating expenses for 2013 Taxes $1078, Hydro $3520.00, Gas heating $1362.00, Water and sewer $1662.00. 2 wall furnaces. Asking $129,900. (N11) MLS 15601779

143 KILDARE AVE. AMHERSTVIEW Lovely 3 bdrm 5 yr old home in newer section of Amherstivew. Open concept with mocha hardwood in living room. spacious bdrms, fenced backyard with larger deck, larger lot. House is in great condition. Call for personalized showing. Asking $284,900 (M133) MLS 15600400

7389 COUNTY ROAD

Lovely brick and angel stone bungalow sits high and deep from municipal road and offers loads of living space; approx 2300 sq.ft. of upper living area and additional 1800 sq.ft. lower living space. Separate dining area, huge foyer, 2 separate stairways to lower area, fam rm with patio doors to deck, 3 plus 1 bdrms (with potential for additional bdrms), 3 bthrms, huge south facing livrm with angel stone fireplace and attached dbl garage with inside entry. 1 plus acre beautifully landscaped front and rear yards are sure to impress. Asking $269,900 (M125)

512 ASSELSTINE RD

Great rural 15 acre property with abundance of wild life and hardwoods. Nice 3 bdrm elevated bungalow. Nicely landscaped with large deck to enjoy sunsets. House is 21 years old and in great shape. Wood-oil furnace with great set up for firewood. Ready for a new family who are looking for privacy. Call to view asking $249,000 (N09) MLS 15601289

227 DRIVE-IN ROAD

PERFECT EXTENDED FAMILY DESIGN!!

This house offers flexible living space for the extended family, blended family or visiting grandparents or grandchildren. Would suit retired couple. 3 - 1 bdrm self contained units. All units offer complete privacy with fantastic views of surrounding countryside. Each unit has been updated including 3 new kitchens. The main living area has been meticulously updated and features new hrdwd and ceramic flrs, 2 new bthrms, convenient main fl lndry area and spacious Florida rm. Beautifully landscaped with plenty of space for parking, home is ideal for outdoor entertaining. Perfect for a dream retirement home, a granny/cottage or an investment property. Don't miss an opportunity to buy this unique property. Asking $369,000. (M108) MLS 14607627

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410 HUFFMAN RD., MOSCOW

Spotless rural home on 1.65 acres. Freshly painted interior. 2 bedrooms plus bed sitting room. 1 ½ bths. Large country kitchen with propane stove. Upper level vinyl windows. Large sunroom and enclosed front porch. Good dug well with state of the art water system. Years of proper maintenance evident here. Asking $169,900. (N02) MLS 15600865

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2 SPLINTER DRIVE

Immaculate 4 bdrm 3 bath bungalow. Gas fireplace, sunroom, main floor laundry & finished recroom. $278,900. (M77) MLS 14606275 NEW PRICE

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258 DETLOR RD This 2 bedroom mobile with addition would be ideal for the first time buyer who wants to live in the country. Only minutes north east from the village of Enterprise. The lot is 1 1/2 acres and private. Very affordable at only $89,900. (M127) MLS 14610147

5954 ARDEN RD

3 bedroom home with many updates in last 4 years, insulation, plumbing, wiring, windows, doors and deck. Large workshop and wood shed, newer drilled well. Minutes away from ATV and snowmobile trails, 15 minutes north of Tamworth Asking $119,900 (M134) MLS 15600632

135 GLASTONBURY RD NORTHBROOK

Newer home is unique and custom made for its owner currently off the grid running on solar, but all is in place for hydro. Even though living in the woods, you are close to civilization. Asking $75,900 (M104) MLS 14607414

5133 CTY RD 9 N. SHORE HAY BAY

Well cared for Hay Bay waterfront bungalow. Major renovation/addition 15 years ago included metal roof, insulation, vinyl siding, vinyl windows, furnace, double garage. Open concept 2+1 bedrooms, 2 baths. Patio doors from main and lower level. Great views of the bay. Tiered slope to natural 114 feet of shoreline, dock and electric boat winch. Asking $334,900 MLS 15600249 (M132) Virtual tour www.obeo.com/960804

1554 LAKE ROAD

This 2 bedroom home would be ideal for the first time home buyer. Deep lot in the Village of Enterprise. Quick closing available. Asking $156,900. (M131) MLS 15600202

80 UNION ST

Roomy 2 storey home with private and matured rear yard. Quiet area, well established. Natural gas furnace (to be installed), large rooms, 16` above ground pool. 1 bedroom basement apartment presently rented for $675.000 month. Asking $299,900 (N08) MLS 15601262

160 EAST ST

4 large bedrooms, 2 full baths, upper level laundry, updated kitchen with center island and in floor heating. Multiple heating sources including radiator (new boiler), pellet stove and gas furnace. In-ground pool, lovely patio with landscaping galore. Bonus feature included with the sale of this home: generator back up panel which will power 25% of the home. Never be left in the dark again. Asking $289,900 (N05) MLS 15601043

25 ALFRED STREET

3 Bedroom on main, Reno'd main floor 4pc bath, eatin kitchen, finished basement with rec room, bath, bedroom. Detached garage, 22’ x 26’ workshop, all on an oversized town lot. Asking $279,900. (M94) MLS 14607008


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727 LITTLE CREEK RD. 2+1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $244,900. (EX3671) MLS 14608606

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409 LITTLE CREEK RD. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $305,000. (EX3818) MLS 15602519

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17 JAMES ST. 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $259,900. (EX3756) MLS 15600613

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4481 COUNTY RD. 9 3+1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $274,900. (EX3815) MLS 15602463

BUTTERMILK FALLS RD. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $269,900. (EX3816) MLS 15602483

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43 SARAH ST. 3+1 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATHROOM $359,900. (EX3764) MLS 15600950

8034 COUNTY RD. 2 3+1 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $285,900. (EX3812) MLS 15602394

1538 LAKE RD. 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $219,900. (EX3803) MLS 15602198

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62 SLASH RD. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $259,900. (EX3784) MLS 15601623

256 DUNDAS STREET W. 4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $209,900. (EX3779) MLS 15601573

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137 COUNTY RD. 20 5+2 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH $320,900. (EX3759) MLS 15600750

61 BEVERLY ST. 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $319,900. (EX3742) MLS 14610465

93 HENRY ST. 5 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $334,900. (EX3748) MLS 15600129

388 DUNDAS ST. 2 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $289,900. (EX3728) MLS 14610197

28 FRIzzELL RD. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $259,900. (EX3775) MLS 15601455

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222 QUEEN ST. 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $329,900. (EX3722) MLS 14610088

1526 COUNTY RD. 5 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $379,900. (EX3729) MLS 14610245

VACANT LAND

HIGHWAY 41 - 8 acres of prime commercial land. Services at lot line. Located at 41 Highway and Vanluven Road. 132’ on 41 Hwy. 449’ on Vanluven Rd. with 8 acres +/-. Restricted covenant on title no restaurants. $519,000. (EX3610) MLS 14606775

82 ACRES on Shermans Point with 332 feet of prime waterfront. Build your dream waterfront home on the secluded wooded lot at the very end of the road. Good possibilities of developing the remaining acreage with 4560 feet of Town Road frontage. Zoned rural with a tiny bit of E.P. GST is applicable. $399,900. (EX3626) MLS 14607264

164 CROYDEN RD. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $299,900. (EX3789) MLS 15601787

13 CAMPBELL CRES. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $259,900. (EX3777) MLS 15601510

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ROBLIN RD. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $399,900. (EX3791) MLS 15601876

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MILL ST AMAzING 4 PLEX - 2 BEDROOM UNITS WITH GARAGES $579,900. (EX3792) MLS 15601889

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475 CAMDEN RD. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $163,000. (EX3781) MLS 15601591

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15 GEROW RD. 3+1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $224,900. (EX3788) MLS 15601757

178 COUNTY RD. 9 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $178,900. (EX3802) MLS 15602168

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237 PLEASANT DR. 2+2 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $364,900. (EX3723) MLS 14610127

1368 LITTLE CREEK RD. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $369,900. (EX3780) MLS 15601575

1175 FRALICK RD. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $249,900 (EX3804) MLS 15602234

8682 COUNTY RD. 2 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $325,000. (EX3799) MLS 15602090

1496 LAKE RD. 2 UNITS, 3 BEDROOM AND 2 BEDROOM $169,900. (EX3762) MLS 15600824

52 COUNTRY CLUB DR. 3+1 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH $589,000. (EX3660) MLS 14608379

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43 FITCHETT RD. 8 BRIDGE ST. Combine business and pleasure! Love golf? How about Excellent commercial building in great location. 2000 sq. The main building has two 14’ overhead doors. 600 AMP, 3 phase power, plus 50x62 cover-all building. Storage shed 121x31, quon- a golf cart rental business showing excellent returns. ft. was conducting business as the Super Cleaners. set hut 34x63, steel and pole barn 43x27. Building and lot only. Over 1500 tournament carts booked last year. $269,900. Please call for details. $219,900. (EX3808) MLS (EX3768) MLS 15601176 15602307/15602309 Business is not for sale. $589,000. MLS 14610445

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SHERMAN’S POINT WATERFRONT BUILDING LOT. 97’x403’. Deep water for boating. This lot is located at the lighthouse on Sherman’s Point Road. $179,900. (EX3629) MLS 14607486

181 QUEEN ST. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $274,900. (EX3790) MLS 15601838

81 SPLINTER DR. 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $269,900. (EX3813) MLS 15602419

COUNTY RD. 8, South Shore Rd. 225 acres of vacant land. Featuring approximately 80 acres of mixed wood, some work land, the remainder pasture. $300,000. (EX3744) MLS 14610480

BUILD YOU OWN DREAM HOME on this beautiful 63 GREAT BUILDING LOT with lots of privacy. Just minacre parcel. Approx. 30 acres of workable and 13 utes from town. $49,900. (EX3750) MLS 15600275 acres of cedar, pine, and spruce. Remaining is brush. BENN'S POINT RD. - Beautifully manicured and main$99,900. (EX3179) MLS 13603821 tained 2.03 acre building lot just minutes south of NaKIMMETT SIDE RD. - 2 acre industrial lot close to panee. Well record 23 LPM. Entrance in place. Quiet Goodyear, good access to Hwy. 401. Utilities at the road with well maintained homes in the area. $69,900. (EX3581) MLS 14605934 road. $89,900. (EX3415) MLS 14600527

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ATTENTION!! Pick your spot to build your dream home on this picture perfect 19 acre building lot located just minutes north of Napanee. Enjoy nature at its best. You will have lots of privacy. Entrance driveway is in. Good wells have been obtained on neighPETWORTH RD. - Build your dream home on this bouring lots. $49,900. (EX3373) MLS 13609013 3.43 acre lot with a drilled well already on the property. $59,900. (EX3551) MLS 14605162 IF YOU LIKE WIDE OPEN SPACES, this building lot is perfect for you. Build you dream home on this very PRISTINE SHORELINE - SHERMAN’S POINT ROAD nice, level lot and have space to roam. New well with - Build your dream home on this 100’ waterfront x 300’ lots of water. Taxes to be assessed. $49,900. cleared level lot. Nestled within the cedars on the shores (EX3751) MLS 15600277 of Long Reach. $169,900. (EX3701) MLS 14609617 416 DUNDAS ST. W. - Waterfront property on the Napanee River. Approved for 12 unit apartment building (plan included), or a single residential home. $225,000. (EX3569) MLS 14605621

36 NEVILLE POINT RD. - Beautiful, very well kept 1 acre property on prestigious Neville Point, Beaver Lake. Has 184 feet of waterfront. Great fishing, boating, swimming and skating. Village close by with all amenities. Paved road makes perfect location for your year-round home. Southern exposure, gentle shoreline and sandly lake bed. Private from road by trees. Includes drilled well, bunkie and dock. Not many lots available on Beaver Lake and this is one-of-a-kind. Call before it’s gone! $169,900. (EX3459) MLS 14601939


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7336 COUNTY RD. 2

Just like new. Beautiful spacious 2 storey home, 4 large spacious bedrooms, master with ensuite. Hardwood floors throughout, ceramic in baths, kitchen and foyer. Eat-in kitchen that has just been completely renovated and comes with newer stainless steel appliances. Entry to double car garage from kitchen, separate family room for the kids to play while the adults enjoy the fireplace in the living room. You will love the 3 season sunroom right off the living room. New septic system just installed. Nothing to do here but bring your furniture! $258,000. MLS 14608531

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242 CENTRE ST. NAPANEE

Completely professionally renovated house. Huge fenced yard with detached garage. Beautiful open concept kitchen with island. Large dining room, main floor laundry, all new wiring, plumbing, flooring and windows! This home shows like new!!! There are 3 bedrooms plus a separate office or playroom, 1.5 baths, large bright spacious rooms. Call Kelly to view today! MLS 14606879

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VACANT LAND Lot in Picton. Minutes from town. New well. $49,900.

78 BRANT ST. $104,900. OPEN HOUSE SAT. MAR. 28 12-1:30pm

NEW LISTING Great 3 bedroom home with newer windows, heating system and kitchen. Big yard with chainlink fencing. All appliances included. Must be seen. $104,900. (EX3798) MLS 15602121

18 MEADOW LANE $123,500. NEW LISTING

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Great starter home for your family. Nice character filled home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, main floor laundry, and large eat in kitchen with island. Newer windows, roof and gas furnace. Call today for a viewing. $92,000. MLS 14607892

50 ACRES With barn on Colebrook Road. $144,000.

Well maintained 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath condo with new laminate flooring on main level. Gas heat. Early possession available. $123,500. (EX3805) MLS 15602276

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FOR LEASE Large 45 x 100 warehouse with docks and overhead door. Plenty of parking and located right near the train station. Landlord flexible for improvements, Subject to negotiations. Excellent location! $1,000/month

BUILD MULTI-UNIT HERE! 4700 COUNTY ROAD 8, GREATER NAPANEE

Character filled spacious 4 bdrm home, newly renovated bath, newer kitchen, hardwood floors & wide plank pine flooring. New panel, newer windows (2012), large mudroom off kitchen. Exterior features 3 storey 60x35 barn with 2 stalls, goat pen & cattle corral, 2 storey hay loft, also a large chicken coop and separate workshop. Recently installed all new electric fencing with 2 man gates & 2 tractor gates. Over 7 ac of land to enjoy, this home is set well back from the road for the utmost in privacy. $230,000. MLS 15602047

Multi unit lot w/beautiful waterview. $54,900.

443 THOMAS ST. $139,900.

This beautiful 5 bedroom, 2 bath home is situated on 3.5 acres. Features include original wood trim railings and hardwood floors throughout. Main floor windows have upper leaded glass. Third floor loft. Great bed and breakfast potential. Great condition! $329,900. (EX3810) MLS 15602381

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Excellent 2 storey brick with lovely eat-in kitchen “plus” separate dining room. 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, main floor laundry. Third floor loft just waiting for your ideas. Must be seen!!! $139,900. (EX3806) Excellent 2 bedroom home situated on a good sized lot with great view of Beaver Lake. Some hardwood flooring, remainder is laminate. Steps from boat launch, park and swimming. Must be seen. $169,900. (EX3786) MLS 15601695

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Well kept 3 bedroom home with gas heat. Mostly newer windows, main floor bath and laundry plus 4 piece bath on second level. Rear deck and fenced yard. $129,900. (EX3787) MLS 15601701

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BEAUTIFUL HAY BAY WATERFRONT

Walleye fishing capital & amazing deep waterfront.This home is like new, large open concept great room with cathedral ceilings, 11 ft island in the kitchen with granite counter. Two master suites, both with ensuite baths & glass railing deck overlooking the water. All stainless steel appliances with commercial size fridge & freezer. lower level has another full size kitchen, 2 more bedrooms, large rec room with patio doors to hot tub deck, you will feel like you are at a resort when you sit at your waterfront deck with granite bar, bar fridge & enough dock space for all your friends boats! Enough water to park a sail boat at your dock! This would make an excellent waterfront `bed & breakfast resort` or great for 2 families, with 6 bedrooms, 2 kitchens & 4 NEW PRICE

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Good 2 bedroom situated on a beautiful 1/2 acre lot with tons of perennials, raspberry and vegetable gardens, 2 outbuildings 16x24 and 16x18, greenhouse 8x10, steel roof, hardwood floors, heat furnace and. Good dug well plus cistern, wrap-around decking. $149,900. (EX3745) MLS 15600088

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422 THOMAS ST. $129,900.

5453 COUNTY RD. 8 $149,900.

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1538 LAKE RD. $219,900. NEW LISTING

Enjoy the workmanship of yesteryear in this solid 2 storey, 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, vaulted family room plus finished rec room. 1 1/2 baths, duel wood/oil furnace. Detached garage and workshop. $219,900. (EX3803) MLS 15602198

ERINSVILLE $134,900. NEW LISTING Super 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with lots of character. Beamed ceilings, family room plus living room with fireplace. Formal dining room, detached garage with workshop! Don’t delay! Great home! $134,900. (EX3817)

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LOT 16R 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, hdwd, ceramic mn flr, luxurious ensuite. Starting at $235,000.

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Looking for a Nice end-unit Super family home great family condo with uplocated in a great NEW home just mindated kitchen and neighbourhood! LISTING utes from town? large deck. This You will feel welCome take a look unit has a finished comed as soon as at this great brick rec room and den you walk into the bungalow just on the lower level large oversized east of Napanee! along with in-unit foyer. New flooring Roof done in laundry. Roof comthroughout most of MOTIVATED Timberline shinpleted in 2014. This the home is tasteSELLERS gles 2013, most is an affordable fully done. Large windows 2014. Large garage with heated workshop makes it the ultimate man choice with heat master bedroom cave. Newer deck is a great place to kick back and relax. Spacious finished base- approximately $70/m and hydro $125/m for a family of 4. Great choice for and good sized additional bedrooms makes this a great choice for the growment with half bath and bedroom with separate entrance. Has huge in-law suite someone looking to own their first home or looking to reduce monthly hous- ing family! Newer roof, high efficiency furnace in 2009! Offered at $239,000. potential. Call today for your viewing! REDUCED to $195,000. MLS 14608065 ing costs! Offered at $124,900! MLS 15602273 MLS 14609930

Older 4 bed3 bedroom room home mobile with situated just many upwest of Nadates. Very panee. This economical home boasts l e a s e open con($162.00 per cept, hardmonth includwood floors ing taxes), and many propane furupdates including new kitchen cupboards, windows, propane furnace, nace. Situelectrical, plumbing, steel roof. Large detached garage with workshop. ated west of New well August 2014 (10 GPM). $209,000. (EX3689) MLS 14609326 Napanee on County Road 2. $44,900. (EX3794) MLS 15601962

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 WATERFRONT for bass, walleye, pike, etc. Open concept kitchen and living room, new appliances, large shed. $274,900. (EX3385) MLS 13609456 www.paradiseonbayofquinte.com

164 MILL ST., DESERONTO Older 3 bedroom home in Deseronto. Well kept home with nice decor and updates. Fully fenced rear yard. All appliances are included in asking price. $119,000. (EX3124) MLS 13602043

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287 MAPLE ST., DESERONTO Older 3 bedroom home in a quiet area of town. Very spacious home with updates. F.A. electrical, etc. Needs some exterior work. Low traffic area. $79,900. (EX3747) MLS 15600187

BUILDER’S TERMS BUILDING LOT 248’x124’ $23,000. (EX3703) 2.67 ACRE BUILDING LOT Newburgh area. Parcel was approved for severance. $24,000. (EX3704) EDGE OF TOWN 2 lots for $59,900. (EX3715) 6 acre parcel $169,900. (EX3716) INVESTMENT PROPERTY - Approved for 48 lots. $379,000. (EX3717) RECREATIONAL PROPERTY - Ideal recreational property for hunting, fishing, four wheeling or ski-dooing or a new home. Ample amount of level shoreline on Princess Lake. Nice hardwood ridge. Well treed property fronts on both sides of road. 46 kms from Bancroft. $99,900. (EX3311) MLS 13607388

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900 NOTTINGHILL AVE., KINGSTON • Upgraded Open Concept • RecRoom w/Walkout • Beautiful Private Backyard

6 BAYSHORE DRIVE, BATH • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Completely Updated Kitchen • Private Yard, 2 Tiered Deck w/Hot Tub

$419,900. MLS 15600497

$359,900. MLS 15600675

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NEW PRICE 107A FRETTS LANE, NAPANEE • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • 20 Acres of Land • Expansive Lower Level

118 NEVILLE POINT ROAD, ERINSVILLE • 3+1 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • Vaulted Ceilings • Covered Deck Overlooking Beaver Lake

2 beds, 1 baths, On demand hot water heating system, 2 car garage, large yard. $164,900. MLS 15602112

$249,000. MLS 15600787

$349,900. MLS 15600995

4307 OTTAWA STREET, HARROWSMITH • 3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • Hardwood Floors & High Ceilings • Garage/Workshop w/Hydro and Water

24 OLD COUNTY RD 9, NAPANEE • Beautiful and Private on 3.5 Acres • Almost 500ft of Waterfront • Newly Sided 4 Bedroom Home

$392,000. MLS 15602113

$369,000. MLS 15600901

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1205 LITTLE CREEK, NAPANEE • Beautiful & Private Setting • Custom Built 3+1 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home • Double Attached Garage

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17 FRISK RD, NAPANEE

2 bedrooms, 1 bath, updated home, large lot. $116,900. MLS 15601969

2 bedroom, 1 bath condo, Minutes to downtown Kingston. $198,000. MLS 15600317

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534C COUNTY RD. 15, TAMWORTH • Beautiful View on Private Lot • Well Maintained Home • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths.

3433 HIGHWAY 15, KINGSTON

6149 REVELL RD,VERONA

3+2 beds - 2 baths - full finished basement. $342,500 MLS 15600039

Immaculate Bungalow on one acre. $279,900.

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2- 2 Bedroom houses on 1 lot. Currently being used as rental units. Call for a list of upgrades & expenses.

217 SIMCOE STREET NAPANEE

MLS 15601092 $184,900.

172 MARILYN AVE NAPANEE NEW LISTING

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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 11AM-1PM 2 +1 Bedroom bungalow, large yard, newer 3 Bedroom bungalow, 1.5 bath, 1 car roof, windows & furnace. detached garage, newer roof, furnace & MLS 15601103 $179,900 kitchen. MLS $184,900

INDUSTRIAL BLVD NAPANEE

COMMERCIAL LOT 1.79 commercial building lot Close to Hwy 401. MLS 15601175 $159,900

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OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-3PM 4 + 1 Bed, 3 Bath,double car garage, fully finished basement, 7 year old Duvanco Build. Located in Carriage Lea Estates. Too many updates to list. MLS 15602076 $384,900

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10964 HIGHWAY 33 This is IT! Lake Ontario waterfront home just west of Conway on a beautiful 1.2 acre lot. The home has been totally renovated, is carpet free and features a living room, kitchen with eating area, separate dining room, office, 2 bedrooms, and 1.5 bathrooms. Lots of closets and fantastic views. There is 100â&#x20AC;&#x2122; of level shoreline, beautifully landscaped with mature trees, saplings, and lots of perennial flower beds. The property has been meticulously maintained both inside and out. There is also a very nice insulated 2 car attached garage. The house has been wired to accept an emergency generator as well. Excellent well, water treatment system with Reverse Osmosis System, and a well maintained septic system. Call Rob or Bill to book your private viewing. $409,900. MLS 15602257

162 HEMLING LANE Lovely 7 year old, well constructed, all brick 2 storey home on 38+ private acres. Large custom kitchen with quartz counters and granite flooring. Lots of custom extras throughout. Custom elevated 12' x 20' â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dura-deckâ&#x20AC;?, and a 12' x 53' concrete patio below offering great views of the surrounding property. There is a 24' x 36' detached garage beside the dwelling as well as 2 very nice shops, 30' x 40' and 16' x 25' respectively. $595,000. MLS 15602004

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A completely wrapping porch and symmetrical DEPTH: 42' - 0"character to this farmgables add distinctive house. The spacious foyer opens to formalrooms A and leads to a casual living area with a tiledhearth fireplace and a breakfast bay. The Ushaped kitchen boasts a pantry and access tothe porch. Second-floor sleeping quarters include the generous master suite with its window-seat dormer and private bath with a window-side tub,

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98 BEVERLY ST. Excellent family home on Beverly St., Napanee. 2650 sq.ft. family home on a spacious town lot. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, main floor family room, separate dining room, eat-in kitchen, 2 car attached garage. All brick exterior and large rear deck. Call for details. MLS 14609510

2541 EAST HUNGERFORD RD. Do you want lots of space and privacy? Very pretty 81 rolling acres of fields and woods on a long lane with no neighbours in sight. Large family home, huge livingroom with stone fireplace, large country kitchen, part finished basement with sauna. 3 car detached garage and numerous barns. This is the family farm you have been waiting for. Asking $369,900. Call today. MLS 14610232

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Nestled behind lush perennial gardens and built in the 1860â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, this exquisite 5 bedroom, 1.5 Bath home in the heart of Sydenham ward has all modern features while maintaining itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s original charm.

Spacious 4+1 bdrm, raised bungalow in amherstview and situated on a very large corner lot with views of the lake. Over $40,000+ in upgrades.

Beautifully finished family home in a perfect park side neighborhood. This 3 bdrm home i situated on a wide is hilltop lot.

NEW LISTING

1 CREIGHTON DRIVE MLSÂŽ 15602242

328 CENTREVILLE ROAD MLSÂŽ 15600028

3 bedrooms, updated kitchen, hardwood floors

6000 Sq ft, limestone manor has been updated on all levels

$269,900

$249,900

2888 RUTLEDGE ROAD, SYDENHAM MLSÂŽ15601709

1058 YORK ROAD MLSÂŽ15600033

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59 CAMBRIDGE CRESCENT $269,900

$989,000

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2 LOYALIST AVENUE KINGSTON $309,900

$329,000

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18 EARL STREET, KINGSTON $599,900

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This 3000 sq.ft. stone and stucco 4 bdrm mansion opens to a vaulted centre hall entrance, adorned with custom rod iron work.

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Nestled within the trees of Milton subdivision is this 4+1 bdrm 3 ½ bath 3400 sq. ft. Tudor style home. Vaulted ceilings & gas fireplace in living room.

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Enjoy the most beautiful views of the Cat River within this remarkable 3 year old home. The main BARRIEFIELD floor fl footprint has been ope opened for a spacious feel.

10 FOREST DRIVE KINGSTON $825,000

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4335 KING STREET, VERONA MLSÂŽ 15601440

150 FRASER STREET MLSÂŽ 15601712

Wonderful family home with attached sun room, big lot

Well kept 2 + 2 bedroom with 2 full baths bungalow


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1205 HEAD RD, NORTH FRONTENAC Private, 10 acres maples & pines, double garage, workshop. $234,500. MLS 15602332

Beaver Lake Home, 2bdrms. All year access, paved road. $199,500.

COUNTY ROAD 8, NAPANEE 50 acres for horse/hobby farm. Maple, oak, pine, cedar woods. $99,900. MLS 14607071

68 RAGLAN ST., NAPANEE 3 bedrooms, 5 appliances. All recently updated! $187,500. MLS 15600781

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185 DUNDAS ST. W., NAPANEE 3+1 Bedroom home, many updates. Walkout basement to screened-in porch. $249,900. MLS 15602109

2015 COUNTY ROAD 4 3 plus 1 bedroom, 2.5 bath. Lot home on over 27 acres. $459,900. MLS 15601001

373 BUTTERMILK FALLS RD. 22 acres of land, older farm house and huge barn on Salmon River. $379,900. MLS 15600504

1769 COUNTY ROAD 41 4 Bed, 2 Bath Home just minutes north of Napanee. Needs TLC. $145,000. MLS 15602058

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60 PALACE ROAD, NAPANEE 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, with unique bonus room, quick close available. $134,900. MLS 15600339

26 QUARKER HILL ROAD This corner-home is nestled on historic Quaker Hill Rd., South Shore, Hay Bay. $187,500. MLS 1561185

11128 LOYALIST PARKWAY 3 bedrooms with 600 ft of shoreline. Recently updated. $399,900. MLS 14609935

7 BAYVIEW DRIVE 3 bedrooms, 2 full bath, deeded access to water. $249,900. MLS 15600515

NEW PRICE

Hobby Farm

Waterfront Lot

Hunt Camp with Acreage

484 NAPANEE ROAD, MARLBANK 1 year old, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, 1008 sqft, 1.13 acre lot. $119,900. MLS 14610483

2541 EAST HUNGERFORD ROAD 81 acre farm, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, 3700 sqft with sauna. $369,900. MLS 14610232

472 DUNDAS ST. W., NAPANEE Waterfront lot on the Napanee River on west end of Town. $129,900. MLS 14609028

534 SLATE FALLS ROAD, DENBIGH 39 acre hunt camp backs on crown land, year round access. $65,900. MLS 14609768

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NEAR FOREST MILLS Building lot, 200’ x 1.43ac, good well, dead end road. $39,900. MLS 15600954

NEAR FOREST MILLS 53.65 acres, dead end road.

10964 HWY 33, GREATER NAPANEE Totally renovated, carpet free on 1.2 acre lot $409,900 MLS 15602257

162 HEMLING LANE 38+ Acres with 24’x36’ detached garage + workshops $595,000. MLS 15602004

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Thursday, March 26, 2015

LARRY BUCK Celebrating a 27-Year Partnership based on a Handshake.™ Gary Smith 613-544-7000 www.sutton-masters.com Kelley Hineman Sales Representative

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3242 COUNTY RD #6 $239,900 Take a look at this large 4 bdrm home, situated on 1.99 acres with oversized double heated garage and barn, boasting over 2000 sqft of finished living space. Only 20 min from the 401. Great property with potential for a separate inlaw suite. Directions: Hwy #38 to Yarker Rd., follow to Colebrook Rd. Turn right over bridge to Cty Rd #6, and follow signs. MLS®14608536

1432 EVERGREEN $599,900 Looking for just the right family home with loads of space? Take a look at this fantastic 4+ bedroom home, featuring main floor great room with gas fireplace, eat in kitchen with granite island and countertops, formal living room and dining room, plus wonderful lower level with rec room, sewing room, 4-pce. bath and two bonus rooms. Great design, wonderful finishing...it just needs you! MLS® 15602014

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Custom built, solid brick home on treed lot. Large 2 car garage, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, sauna, 2 kitchens, formal dining room, living room and eat-in kitchen. Master bedroom with ensuite and walk in closet. Fabulous lot and location. Quality throughout. Priced well below replacement cost. Possible in-law suite. MLS® 15601934. $499,000

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395 STONE STREET NORTH , GANANOQUE NEW LISTING!

Exciting ‘To Be Built’ Terry Grant Home....Quality built with 7 year tarion warranty. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, 1350 sq ft elevated bungalow. Call now and design all of your interior fixtures, flooring and colours. 22’ X 24’ double car garage. MLS® 15601936. $299,900

Extensively renovated and updated family home plus separate 2 level, one bedroom apartment. The main house enjoys quality hardwood floors on both levels, high quality wood kitchen cabinets, pantry storage, tile floors and granite counter tops. The two full baths one on each level are large and finely finished. Lots of parking with driveway access off Georgiana St. The rear addition is a separate 1 bedroom apartment on 2 levels, more modestly finished it rented month to month inclusive for $500. An excellent location this property is close to the heart of Gananoque, 401, schools and across from the Gan River green space. MLS® 15602165. $229,900

Sutton Group - Masters Realty Inc., Brokerage

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1444 AUDREY ST., KINGSTON NEW LISTING!

Well cared for two storey semi on a quiet cul-de-sac, 3 bedrooms converted to 2 easily converted back. Hardwood floor in living room, large eat-in kitchen with patio door to deck and pool. Full finished lower level. MLS® 15601880. $194,500

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