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Municipality looks to recoup costs

Next Thursday, local voters will get to assess their provincial candidates in person in the first and only all-candidates meeting in Napanee. The Napanee and District Chamber of Commerce is once again organizing the meeting, which will take place at the Strathcona Paper Centre in Napanee on June 5. A short meet-and-greet is scheduled for 6:15 p.m., with the meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. The debate will feature questions from a media panel as well as from the audience. Former NDCC president Dan Atkinson — who has been the emcee for several past allcandidates meetings — will reprise his role as moderator. All four of the candidates for the major parties in Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington — incumbent Randy Hillier representing the Progressive Conservative Party, Bill MacDonald representing the Liberal Party, Dave Parkhill representing the New Democratic Party and Cam Mather representing the Green Party — have all confirmed their attendance. Election day comes one week after next Thursday’s all-candidates meeting, on June 12. Watch for in-depth, oneon-one interviews with the candidates in next week’s Napanee Beaver.

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Special Olympic athlete Blair Latour accepts the torch from Napanee OPP Cst. Stacey Cooper to start the Law Enforcement Torch Run. The annual run, held last Thursday, raised $5,000 for Ontario’s Special Olympics. For more, see story page 12 .

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Individuals and organizations that in the past have enjoyed free hall rentals at the Strathcona Paper Centre and other municipal facilities, may need to bring a chequebook along when reserving their next event. On Tuesday, Greater Napanee council adopted a new facility subsidy policy to ensure the municipality does not continue to lose funds on free events or cancellations. That means charitable and non-profit organizations will no longer be provided with free hall rentals in 2015. The proposal was initially brought to council during a May 13 council meeting. Vicki Hallam, Manager of Safety Compliance and Accessibility, told the municipality that approximately $20,000 was lost in 2013 due to cancellations and subsidized rentals. Groups that have been offered facility use without a cost, such as seniors, non-profit organizations and charitable fundraisers, will require a partial payment at the time of booking to recoup funds. Applications can be made to council to request that fees, or partial fees, to be waived. Hallam said by requesting 50 per cent of the rental fee from these groups, $10,000 of the $20,000 lost in 2013 could be recouped. Mayor Gord Schermerhorn said the municipality is not looking to overcharge or limit which organizations will be able to use the facilities, but the municipality must find a way to run its facilities more efficiently. “It’s a way to recoup some of our costs. We just felt that we are giving too many hall rentals away and costing the taxpayers too much money. So this way we can get some of our cost back,” he said.

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FEES | New policies take effect next year CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Staff has suggested the change take effect Jan. 1, 2015, and that non-profit organizations, charitable and community-based groups, seniors, youth, benefit events and committees of council submit an application form to be considered for subsidized rentals. “We wanted to revisit the policy to consider the loss of income that’s been given away with our inkind rentals. We’ve prepared a comparison of our user groups, charitable groups, senior groups, and youth groups, to apply for a subsidy that is fair and consistent across the board. We’ve researched some policies in neighbouring municipalities and we’ve identified all of the existing stakeholders and drafted a policy to take into consideration for each user group,” explained Hallam. “The grant policy we’re looking at having it discounted user fee as opposed to offering it for free, in order to recoup some of the town’s cost for maintenance, cleaning, electricity, water and staffing.” Deputy Mayor Cole moved the staff recommendation that council moves forward with the new policy and increase subsidized fees. This motion was seconded by Ward 2 councillor Shane Grant and carried unanimously.


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Hefty hike proposed for parking fees, fines

BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Municipal parking fees and fines are likely to increase more than three times the current rates in 2015. Greater Napanee council passed first reading of a parking bylaw on Tuesday that would increase reserved parking fees from $10 a month to $40 and street parking fines from $10 to $50. “Currently it’s $10 a month for reserved parking, which is probably the lowest anywhere. That’s $0.35 a day. Neighbouring

municipalities are charging $35 to $40 for monthly parking and that guarantees that person that space for the month. So we propose that rate be increased to $40,” said Ermil Andoney, bylaw enforcement officer, at Tuesday’s regular council meeting. “Downtown parking fines are $10 and the cost of someone issuing that ticket is costing us quite a bit of money to get the $10, so we’ve asked that the fine be increased to $50,” he added. Andoney said it has been nearly a decade since municipal parking fees and

fines were reevaluated and in that time the municipality has grown significantly. “Here we are eight years later, and the municipality has changed and the flow of traffic in the municipality, downtown especially, has increased,” he said. Andoney said staff reviewed the parking bylaw to clarify wording and definitions, leave out irrelevant and duplicate information, and review monthly fees and fines. In order to determine new parking fees, Andoney said staff researched what neighbouring municipalities were charging. Fees

and fines in Gananoque, Brockville, Cobourg and Belleville were evaluated before presenting the proposed fees and fines to council. “The fines that are set in this bylaw are similar to those municipalities,” said Andoney. Ward 5 councillor Shaune Lucas moved first reading of the bylaw on Tuesday. Ward 3 councillor Marg Isbester seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously by council. Council will review the bylaw at a later council meeting and determine

COMMUNITY PULSE JUNE 5 ALL-CANDIDATES MEETING Hosted by the Napanee and District Chamber of Commerce at the Strathcona Paper Centre for the provincial election, featuring local candidates for Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington. Meet-andgreet at 6:15 p.m., meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.. SOUP AND SANDWICH LUNCHEON From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., $6 per person. At St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church. Come, bring a friend. Last lunch until September. ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion from 9:30-10:30 a.m. JUNE 6 FATHER’S DAY BINGO At the Tamworth Legion, starting at 7:30 p.m. $500 jackpot.

FIREMAN’S FISH FRY From 5:30-7 p.m. at Enterprise Community Hall. Adults $14, children 6-12 $7, children under 6 free. Sponsored by the Enterprise Fireman’s Association. JUNE 6-8 MARINE HERITAGE FESTIVAL Port of Bath Marine Heritage Festival, celebrating the lakeside history of the Bay of Quinte and the Great Lakes. Historic ships and boats. Guest speakers, historical interpretations, live music, local brews, boat building workshop. For more information call David Moore at 613-5445175 or visit www.brigantine.ca. JUNE 7 FUNDRAISING DANCE Zone G1 Fundraiser Dance

upstairs at the Napanee Legion from 7-11 p.m. DJ by P&J. Cost is $5. Come one, come all. Everyone welcome. There will be some auctions as well. ORANGE LODGE DANCE From 8 p.m. until midnight at 1825 York Rd., Tyendinaga Territory. Cost is $12 per person. Jeff Code and Silver Wings Band. Dance, lunch and prizes. Call 613396-6792. ‘A NIGHT OF TOE-TAPPING TUNES’ Sponsored by the Citizens Against Melrose Quarry. Takes place at The Core at 223 Pinnacle St. in Belleville, starting at 7:30 p.m. Featuring Brent Williams, member of the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame; Jeanette Arsenault, local Acadian and folk music artist; and

Marth Manthei, jazz musician from the group ‘Manteye’. Tickets $15 each. No reserved seats, advance ticket sales only. For tickets call Joyce at 613-966-1224, Nadine at 613-962-4403 or Bonnie at 613-967-9594. Refreshments available. LARGE YARD SALE Henderson United Church hosts a large yard sale, rain or shine, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Proceeds aid the church. Location is Henderson Community Hall at 2384 Henderson Rd., RR1 Arden, Ont. Call 613-3362467 or 613-336-2347

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Social Notes Birthd ays, Anniversaries, Graduations , Retirement s, Wedding s Happy 15th Anniversary

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COMMUNITY PULSE ‘THE COMMUNITY CLOSET’ A ministry of Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Dr. (across from L&A Hospital) provides used clothing, small household or personal items, and some non-perishable food free-of-charge to anyone. Open Wednesdays 1:30-3:30pm except closed the first Wednesday of the month. Call the church for details 613-354-2669. NAPANEE PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP Meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. at L&A Seniors Outreach Services, 310 Bridge St. W in Napanee, next meeting on May 13.. For information, call Don Ryan at 613-354-5238. YARKER WALKING CLUB Spring into action! Yarker Walker Club, starting from Riverside United Church at 8:30 a.m. on Thursdays. Walking the Cataraqui Trail, or ‘the loop.’ Come join us. Stay for coffee or tea. For information, call Lynn at 613-377-6385.

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Ken and Linda Allan of Napanee are happy to announce the marriage of their daughter, Meghan, to Todd, son of Ian and Linda Smith of Salmon Arm, BC. Meghan and Todd were married on Dec. 28, 2013, at the Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre in Sherbrooke (Lennoxville) QC. A west coast celebration is planned for July 29 at Sintry Provincial Park, Kelowna, BC.

1st Annual Outdoor Vendor Showcase Saturday June 7th at The Strathcona Paper Centre in Napanee from 9-3. Over 40 vendors! Kid’s Games, Cotton Candy, Balloons, Old Fashion Soda and more!

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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 new Web Site: www.greaternapanee.com Employment Opportunity 4 On 4 Hockey Referee

Reporting to the Facility Office Assistant, the successful applicants will work various week nights & Sunday afternoons as assigned.

Responsibilities: • Available to work week nights between 5:30-7:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoons as required. • Will be responsible for enforcing the on-ice rules of the game • Be courteous and polite with the public as per the Town’s Customer Service Policy. • Be familiar with all Health and Safety Rules and Regulations. Qualifications: • Must have experience as a referee for minor hockey games Salary: $20.00/game

Interested applicants should forward a resume marked 4 on 4 Referee, no later than Friday, May 30, 2014 at 4:30pm to: Town of Greater Napanee Attention: Chris Brown, Facility Office Assistant 124 John St., P.O. Box 97, Napanee, ON K7R 3L4 Or hr@greaternapanee.com The Town of Greater Napanee is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

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Town Council Meeting Schedule

Tuesday June 10, 2014 6:45pm Committee of Adjustment 7:00pm Regular Council

The Town of Greater Napanee is now taking registrations for

Summer Day Camp & Leader in Training Program!

Register today for a summer of fun! Camps operate from July 7th to August 29th Register by the week You can register until the Thursday prior to the week you wish to sign up for! Visit the Department of Community & Corporate Services at 12 Market Square, downtown Napanee or call 613-354-3351 for more information.

Greater Napanee Water Main Flushing Schedule

Greater Napanee Utilities will be flushing water mains and testing fire hydrants throughout the spring and summer season. This work may cause rust coloured water to appear from taps at or near the area of work. If this occurs, remove the aerator from the tap and let the water run for a few minutes, after which it should run clear. Then replace the aerator. The flushing schedule will be posted in this column throughout the season. Water Main Flushing Schedule Week Dates Boundaries 4 June 2nd to June 6th South of Napanee River and West of CN Rail 5 June 9th to June 15th Richmond Blvd to Dairy Ave. and West of Camden Rd. 6 June 16th to June 20th Downtown South: Dundas St. to the River; between Richmond Park Drive and CN Rail

Reporting to the Facility Office Assistant, the successful applicants will work various week nights & Sunday afternoons as assigned.

Responsibilities: • Available to work week nights between 5:30-7:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoons as required. • Will be responsible for recording the score, operating score clock, tracking game time. • Be courteous and polite with the public as per the Town’s Customer Service Policy. • Be familiar with all Health and Safety Rules and Regulations. Qualifications: • Experience using score clock at the Strathcona Paper Centre an asset Salary: $15.00/game

Interested applicants should forward a resume marked 4 on 4 Timekeeper, no later than Friday, May 30, 2014 at 4:30pm to: Town of Greater Napanee Attention: Chris Brown, Facility Office Assistant 124 John St., P.O. Box 97, Napanee, ON K7R 3L4 Or hr@greaternapanee.com The Town of Greater Napanee is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

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Categories: 1. The Volunteers of Greater Napanee 2. Flowers and Beautification in Greater Napanee 3. Napanee Through the Four Seasons (spring, summer, fall and winter) 4. Events and Celebrations in Greater Napanee 5. Recreation & Leisure in Greater Napanee Who can participate? Anyone and Everyone living within Ontario! Whether you are a professional or amateur photographer, we want to see what you’ve got! Prizes: Enter for your chance to WIN $100.00 & have your photo featured in the 2015 Rotary Club of Napanee’s Cash Calendar! Entry Fee: Free! Contest details and entry forms are posted online at: www.greaternapanee.com and on our Facebook page! Or, visit Ben Hagerman at the Department off Community & Corporate Services – 12 Market Square, Napanee

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‘Strong leader’ approach backfires About two weeks after federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau declared that any future Liberal MP under his watch would be expected to vote to protect a women’s right to choose if and when legislation regarding abortion is presented in the House of Commons, his announcement is still causing ripples. We see two stories here. First is, of course, the ever-contentious subject of abortion. Contentious as it may be, however, the reality on the ground in Ottawa is that none of the parties want to touch it, certainly not in a substantive way. The NDP have always been pro-choice and, now, the Liberals are more entrenched in the prochoice camp than they’ve been in the past. The Conservatives are moderately more open about the issue — the party has a very active pro-life caucus — but Prime Minister Stephen Harper has repeatedly stated that his government ‘won’t reopen the abortion debate.’ He has backed that pledge with action, much to the chagrin of the pro-life MPs in the party. So, at the end of the day — and like it or not — it’s exceedingly unlikely the Government of Canada is going to develop any kind of legislation governing abortion in the country, regardless of which of the main parties happens to be in power. The second story, however, speaks to the independence and freedom of conscience of MPs. When he first took the job, Trudeau’s approach was supposed to be the counterpoint to Harper’s top-down approach that has been widely criticized by observers for years. With Trudeau’s recent stand as it pertains to abortion, however, he seems to be doing Harper one better in the ‘top-down’ department, strong-arming MPs on an issue which, when it came to the Liberal Party, had always been subject to a free vote, since it was a matter of conscience. Is there a reason why Trudeau would seize on the abortion issue and take such an intractable approach? Perhaps it’s because he feels that strongly that it’s the Liberal Party’s job to defend a woman’s right to choose. Perhaps, as Liberal MP John McKay suggested in a recording of a private conversation, Trudeau had a ‘bozo eruption’, and didn’t really mean what he said. We don’t think it’s a case of misspeaking — if it were, Trudeau had two weeks to back down. Instead, it’s entirely possible that he might be trying to massage his own public image. Most certainly, Trudeau has never come off as a strong leader in the vein of Stephen Harper. Perhaps he saw the abortion issue — which, as we pointed out off the top, is an issue that is essentially going nowhere fast on Parliament Hill in the first place — as a means by which he could show his own political heft, his own ‘strong leader’ bona fides, without really having to stick his neck out very far. There are a few problems with this tactic, however. First is that it’s going to turn off those Liberals who find themselves in the prolife camp. Some have already torn up their membership cards. Second is, why is he trying to emulate what is arguably Harper’s least endearing political characteristic: that is, his my-way-or-the-highway approach to politics? In fact, on this issue, Trudeau is making Harper seem like an old softy. We’re assuming that, if Canadians should choose Trudeau and the Liberals to run the country after the next election, they’d want a different approach than what Harper and the Conservatives have displayed for the past decade. Based on how Trudeau has handled the abortion file, however, it seems as though Canadians just might get more of the same.

Farms need affordable energy ODERN farms run on energy. It’s one of the most expensive input costs for Ontario farmers. That’s why it’s a key election issue for the Ontario Federation of Agriculture in the lead up to the June 12 provincial election. We’re focusing on four key issues with candidates over the next few weeks, and the need for competitively priced energy is second in our series of election commentaries. Rising energy costs hurt the overall competitiveness and profitability for Ontario farms and rural businesses. We’re asking provincial candidates to commit to expanding natural gas infra-

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Mark Wales OFA Comment structure to deliver natural gas into more rural areas, and ensure affordable and competitive rates for electricity. Access to affordable energy will fuel further growth and opportunities in our rural economy. When it comes to natural gas, we’re proposing a multi-year project to expand the natural gas pipeline network across rural Ontario to help farmers reduce operating costs like heating barns and greenhouses, running

grain dryers and heating hot water tanks. Access to natural gas is a serious game changer for farmers, businesses and rural Ontario residents. At half the cost of electricity and one third the cost of propane, more widespread access to low-cost natural gas is the single best investment Ontario can make in its rural economy, and provide added incentives to attract new food processing, manufacturing and service firms to rural Ontario. We simply can’t grow our economy without more widespread access to natural gas.

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Hudak’s jobs plan will work In response to Joanne McAlpine’s letter in the May 22 Beaver: She “can’t figure out why he (Hudak) is slashing 100,000 public servants’ jobs”. As Mr. Hudak said, he will be doing it through attrition and those retiring won’t be replaced but the accusation of slashing jobs is a typical Liberal cynical scare tactic. She seems very concerned about these public servants being out of work and what unemployment will do to them and their families but doesn’t seem at all concerned about the 300,000 real job losses in the manufacturing sector during the Liberal reign of economic destruction. These are real working people with real families doing real productive jobs which are now gone because their companies couldn’t compete due to the high tax regime and exorbitant hydro rates created by the Liberals. Ms. McAlpine states: “Larger corporations are bent on moving to other areas of the world were unions, decent wages, and working conditions and employee protections don’t exist.” The 300,000 job losses came from the likes of Caterpillar, Heinz, Unilever, Magna International etc. and they moved to the U.S. — not exactly a country rife with slave labour. All these companies that fled to the U.S. were doing quite nicely until the Liberals came to power. And all these people losing their jobs were paying their exorbitant taxes and hydro rates so public servants could receive their bloated salaries, benefits and early retirements — bloated benefits that most working people can’t even dream of receiving. Andrea Horwath said last week that Ontario currently loses $1 billion a year exporting discount electricity to neighboring jurisdictions which results in squeezing residents and businesses. All these billion dollar boondoggles are wasted tax

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dollars — dollars taken from the people of Ontario and treated as if it is Monopoly money. Billions wasted that could have gone into our health care system. Ontario is almost bankrupt with an unsustainable debt and deficit. I believe the interest on the debt alone is $11 billion a year. And Moodys is concerned and may increase the interest rate on the debt meaning more billions wasted. Ontario became a have-not province under the McGuinty Liberals and if this continues we will be the Greece of North America, where the unemployment rate for young people 20 to 35 is in the 40 per cent range. And Wynne wants to increase payroll taxes so more businesses will have to cut back on hiring, lay off people or even shut down. There are well over one million public servants and this has come about because so many people have bought into the Liberal philosophy that government can be all things to all people. Well, the Liberals have succeeded beyond all expectations buying the votes of thousands of special interest groups who are only concerned about their own selfish interests instead of what is best for Ontario and Canada. Could it be that the Liberals hired 300,000 more public servants because if they have enough public service union supporters they will have a permanent Liberal voter support base forever? Of course Premier Wynne has oodles of money to pay the increased payroll taxes, fat salaries and benefits for these people who will be able to retire 20 years before the rest of us. I guess people like Ms. McAlpine believe that Premier Wynne can wave her magic wand and create a dream world of money growing on trees and geese laying their golden eggs. Dwight Hogg, Greater Napanee

Ag college decision will cost Liberals votes I would like to ask Lanark, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Liberal Candidate Bill MacDonald what we should call a person or a group of people who would propose to close all community colleges east of Toronto, and make all the young people of eastern Ontario go to a giant college west of Toronto (maybe Guelph)? I would think these people would soon be called fools and idiots. So then, what do we call a group of people at Guelph University that are suggesting to do just that to the Alfred and Kemptville

Agricultural Colleges in eastern Ontario? And what do we call the Ontario Minister of Agriculture, who happens to also be the premier of the province, who has refused to do anything about this madness? All she has done is send the Minister of Education to Kemptville to make the ‘big’ announcement that Kemptville College could stay open for another year, but just to teach a few ‘Mickey Mouse’ courses, while all the core ag programs are still moved to Ridgetown or the University of Guelph.

For these reasons, I am sorry to say I find it impossible to vote for you, Mr. MacDonald. And I would suggest that until this policy is totally and completely reversed, nobody that is connected to agriculture, directly or indirectly, should vote for any Liberal candidate in the province. This whole idea has nothing to do with improving agriculture in Ontario, but it smells a lot like creating a monopoly of agriculture at the University of Guelph. John Sonneveld, Greater Napanee

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Festivals merge for one great time Thank you for the past years of support given to the Napanee Multicultural Festival — you have created a huge success story and are to be truly appreciated for it. This year we celebrate our 11th anniversary, we never thought that this would have gotten to this point, but your support and commitment brought us here. This year we collaborate and are very pleased to be part of the larger Napanee Tall ships and Waterfront Festival. This year, we will celebrate at the location where it all started, at the Conservation Park in Napanee. The event will be held in conjunction with the visit of the Tall Ships. We will have an outdoor program that will start at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 14; plus, there will be an evening of celebration to continue

the theme with a great family movie. My friends, you have first choice of presenting your cultural cuisine and sweets/desserts to the many guests that will flock to the festival June 13-15. Further, we are planning extended entertainment. We have friends joining us who have been with us since the beginning, plus some new additions, including Irish, Arabic, Greek, Portuguese, ballroom and steel band entries. The musical entries will run a full six-and-a-half hours, and that will be as we feature our foods from around the world. We will have to be ready to feed all these people as they come to enjoy dinner in a family setting. We must give special salute to our flamenco, clogger, Irish and

Caribbean friends that have not missed a singe program even when we had the double festival in 2010. Last but not least, for the first time in 11 years, we will host a collaboration with the whole town of Napanee, and it is all made possible in the new River Festival, the first of many planned for the coming years. We would like you to have your associations participate, starting this year. Because of you, we are making 11 years of festival special. Contact Erin at the Town of Greater Napanee at 613-354-3351, through the town’s website, or contact Cortwright@ndmha.com, call 613-354-6263 or the Napanee festival Facebook page. Cortwright Christian, Founder of the Napanee Multicultural Festival

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affordable, competitive rates. Ontario now has among the highest electricity rates across all other North American jurisdictions. It’s just not sustainable for farming. And it’s not sustainable for the Ontario processing industry that purchases most of our products. We are calling on the government to find ways to deliver affordable electricity rates for farms and industry to keep us all competitive.

It doesn’t really matter where you live or work, we all rely on energy. For Ontario farmers, we know energy is a cost of business but it shouldn’t cost us our business. We need our politicians to know that competitively priced energy is a must have for rural Ontario.

It is estimated that a fully expanded natural gas system across rural Ontario would free up more than $1 billion per year of new disposable income for rural Ontarians to invest in and build our rural economy. Farmers and rural businesses also have a heavy reliance on electricity, and we must have more

Mark Wales is the president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.

Tiny tick, big problem I am a tick magnet. The ticks seem to know that I am a field naturalist and spend many hours in fields and wild areas where they abound. So, I am easy prey and they readily locate me – sometimes two or three at a time when I do my daily tick check. It isn’t long before I know they have found me as I detect a sense of presence. That is why I always carry a tick puller with me wherever I go. It’s not enough to wonder if they are in our area. They are more common in some areas than others, like Prince Edward County, but they are present everywhere and have spread at least to Tweed, according to one reader of this column. It is pointless to ask when “they” will do something about them. Ticks have moved into our area now and are not about to leave anytime soon. So, we need to take precautions to avoid becoming victims of Lyme Disease There are several species of ticks, but the one causing the most concern is the tiny blacklegged tick, for it is the one that carries the dreaded Lyme Disease. It is smaller than the common dog (wood) tick. They don’t fly, but move around in the tall grass until they can attach themselves to a passing host, be it a deer or a

human. Not all blacklegged ticks are infected with the bacteria that causes Lyme Disease, so not all blacklegged ticks are necessarily Lyme Disease carriers. They are slow feeders and it takes a while for the bacteria from an infected tick to be transmitted to your blood. So, even if an infected tick is feeding on you, the risk of catching Lyme Disease is reduced if the tick is removed early, within 24 hours. The big question though is, how long was the tick feeding before being discovered, as most of us tend to be quite unaware that we may be carrying these passengers, until we do a body search so it is important that we check ourselves thoroughly daily. Generally speaking, the larger its size, the longer it has been attached. When first detected, they are the size of a pin head. Global warming is enabling these ticks to survive and reproduce in more northern latitudes. The temperatures stay higher for longer throughout the year and that’s making southern Canada receptive for blacklegged ticks. Last winter’s relentless cold didn’t seem to affect their numbers one iota. Canada’s tick population was once limited to one area on the Long Point Peninsula on Lake Erie’s north shore. That is no longer the case.

Terry Sprague

Outdoor Rambles Now, more than ever, we need to focus on prevention, and how to properly remove a tick, if we should find one. First, forget the old wives tales about applying burning matches, solvents, alcohol, oil, ad infinitum to remove a tick – even using tweezers. Any aggressive approach may induce saliva regurgitation from the tick, subsequently increasing the likelihood of disease transmission, if the tick happens to be carrying Lyme Disease. Purchase a tick puller – pure and simple. There is no reason not to. Purchase several and keep them in your pocket, at home and in your car. They are but a few dollars and can cleanly remove a

tick in seconds. The best that I have seen is a product called the Tick Twister. They should be available in most pharmacies, pet stores, and garden centres. If not, ask them why they are not being stocked and instruct them to get on the ball. This is serious business. Your local animal hospital will certainly have them. I got mine at Picton Animal Hospital. They come two to a package, one large and one small. You will likely use only the small one as ticks, when first noticed before they have had a chance to engorge, are very tiny. The tick pullers are unbreakable and indefinitely reusable. After removing ticks, wash the site of attachment with soap and water or disinfect it with alcohol or household antiseptic. It is normal to see some redness around the area of the bite. Note the day of the tick bite and try to save the tick in an empty pill vial or doubled zip-lock bag. Contact a doctor immediately if you develop symptoms of Lyme disease, (fatigue, headache, joint pain, swollen lymph nodes.) The first sign of infection is usually a circular rash. Antibiotics are readily available, and the disease is effectively treated if diagnosed early in the course of illness. Persons diagnosed in the later stages of the

disease can have persistent or recurrent symptoms requiring a longer course of antibiotic treatment. Despite the risk, there’s absolutely no reason why any of us should avoid the woods or stay away from trails. Simply make it a daily ritual to take a gander, and see if there is anything moving or attached. As an added measure when walking on grassy trails and in fields, wear your socks over your pant legs and spray the area well with any insect repellent containing 20% or more Deet. That is where the ticks usually enter, then work their way up to the upper thigh, arms and neck areas. If preventative measures are taken and we make it a routine every day to examine ourselves, there is absolutely no reason why we cannot continue to enjoy nature to its fullest. And always make it a point to have a tick puller within reach. The longer a tick is left attached, the greater the risk of infection, and even Lyme Disease. For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail tsprague@kos.net or phone 613 848-4549. For more information on nature in the Quinte area, be sure to check out www.naturestuff.net.


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A trip through the pages of The Napanee Beaver 50 Years Ago May 27, 1964 n Enthusiasm for Lennox and Addington County’s 100th birthday was growing — quite literally. Several local male residents were participating in a beard-growing contest in conjuction with the county’s centennial. Among them were a number of public figures such as Herb Hayes, Cobe Harrington, Ron Wilson, John Munroe, Ralph Bell and Herb Knuth. It was hoped that “by the time the centennial celebration dates roll around (the first week in August) there will be many a bushy growth in evidence.” The contest was called ‘Brothers in the Bush.’ n A proposal to turn Highway 33 along the shores of the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario into a parkway was meeting some resistance from the local MPP. Norris Whitney, who represented Prince Edward-Lennox, told L&A County council that Highway 33 must remain just that, a highway, and that it could not be both a parkway and a highway.

35 Years Ago May 30, 1979 n Local MP Jack Ellis, Progressive Conservative, was resigned and realistic about his chances of being named to cabinet by newlyelected Prime Minister Joe Clark. He said that there were three elements to cabinet member selection — the three Rs: region, religion and the right man. “Unfortunately, the ‘right man’ rates last,” he said He noted that there were at least four other PC MPs from eastern Ontario who had more experience in parliament than himself He predicted that there would be a “shake up” in federal departments with Clark’s taking over. “They are too free with money and too complacent,” he commented. n Outgoing Town of Napanee Recreation Director Harry MacDonald said that he had a couple of job offers to ponder following his resignation from the post a few weeks earlier. In the meantime, he said that he was going to devote his time to catching up with some yardwork. The town’s recreation committee chairman Cummings Daverne asked MacDonald to reconsider his decision, but to no avail. MacDonald suggested that some of committee members were deliberately trying to find fault with his performance, as well as that of the assistant arena manager.

Editor’s Note: This is the 13th of an ongoing series provided by L&A County to mark the municipality’s 150th anniversary. The following article appeared in the Feb. 10, 1905 edition of The Napanee Beaver. Written by ‘Albert’, it describes the happenings of the meeting held at the Campbell House during the annual Warden’s Supper. The Warden, W. A. Martin, Esq., who was unanimously elected to the highest position in the gift of his fellow commissioners (county council), kept the timehonoured custom of the Warden’s Supper at the Campbell House on Friday evening last. The guests were the members of the county council, county officials and other friends to the number of nearly 40. Mr. Harry Taylor, the popular proprietor of the Campbell House, did himself credit on the occasion, the tables being beautifully decorated and the menu a long and varied assortment that tempted the inner man. Col. Thos. Clyde made a very acceptable chairman, while W. S. Herrington, K.C., at the opposite end of the table, made a capable assistant, in his

usual affable manner. After all had thoroughly enjoyed the elaborate spread, the toast to The King, was responded to by Sheriff Hawley, who said he had the honour of being born the same year as His Majesty. He referred briefly to the visit of the Prince of Wales, now King Edward VII., to Canada

and had the pleasure of seeing him in Kingston. Mr. Hawley spoke in glowing terms of the host of the evening, and congratulated him on his success. ‘The Army and Navy,’ was responded to by Col. Clyde, who said the Canadian youth possess the three great essentials of a soldier. He is a good marksman, he is brave, and he can endure hardship and fatigue. The armed Canadian had already given a good account of himself, and if

the need should arise, he will do it again. ‘Our Legislatures’ was briefly taken up by Mssrs. J. T. Grange and M. S. Madole, followed by Mr. Herchimer Aylesworth, Deseronto Road, who rendered a solo in his usual good voice. Messrs. H.A. Baker and M.C. Bogart responded to the toast, ‘"The County Council,’ and delivered interesting addresses. ‘Our Host,’ was ably handled by Mr. Martin. He said he had now attained his ambition in the county council, and thanked those present for their attendance and kind words. Mssrs. F. Burrows, I.P.S., and Geo Anson Aylesworth ably dealt with the toast, ‘Our Educational Institutions,’ the latter saying, in part, as follows: There are other educational institutions besides schools. It has been said that if you wish to properly educate a man, you must begin with his grandmother. The rigour of our climate compels those of us to labor who otherwise perhaps would be lazy all summer. When a man has gone through an election campaign or two he is very

apt to have learned several things that he didn’t even suspect before. Actual life in any and all of its activities is itself the best university. And yet when a man has gone through all the schools, from kindergarten to university and through public service, has acquired experience and wisdom — what then? Why, just then, or shortly after — he dies. Mr. H. Aylesworth favored those present with another solo, after which the remaining toasts were responded to by Mssrs. C. H. Edwards, W. G. Wilson and T. B. German. Those present besides the host were: M. C. Bogart, M. S. Madole, G. A. Aylesworth, C. H. Finkle, J. T. Grange, John English, W. P. Deroche, Irvine Parks, Thos. Symington, J. W. Hall, Stewart Paul, T. B. German, W. G. Wilson, H. Aylesworth, J. C. Creighton, W. A. Grange, Edgerton VanLuven, E. J. Pollard, W. S. Herrington, Arlie Benn, W. J. Shannon, Albert B. Root, Jas. Bryden, John Allison, Z. A. VanLuven, Geo. Woods, Morley Huffman, Dennis Lucas, F. P. Johnston, N. B. Miller, C. H. Edwards, H. A. Baker, M. N. Empey, F. Burrows, G. D. Hawley and Thos. Clyde.

Staff Picks: Shards Marg Wood of the Napanee Branch of the L&A Libraries recently enjoyed Shards: A Young Vice Cop Investigates Her Darkest Case of Meth AddictionHer Own, the real-life account of a young vice cop in Hawaii and her struggle to overcome her addiction to meth. This recently released non-fiction book is written by Allison Moore with Nancy Woodruff. “As a young recruit, petite blond Allison Moore showed the drive and determination to quickly receive a promotion to vice cop at the Maui Police Department,” Marg explains. “In this predominantly male-dominated surrounding Alli soon became known as a by-thebook cop with a stellar reputation for being both tough and fair. While Alli’s professional life was going great her personal life was not. Alli had felt the sting of rejection from her father at an early age and suffered terrible guilt over an abortion she had at 15

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Catherine Coles Coles’ Notes which led to a suicide attempt. She seemed to have her life back on track after her graduation from the academy but then she began a doomed affair with a married co-worker, a father of three. Her life began a quick downward spiral when she foolishly tampered with a bag of meth meant to be held for evidence and had her first hit. “Alli tells her story in an emotionally raw, noholds-barred manner. She becomes a liar and a thief and eventually prostitutes herself to feed her growing addiction, not caring who she hurts along the way. She manages to fool even the most seasoned of police officers by telling them that she has cancer as a way of explaining her rapidly declining appearance and weight loss. Alli’s

WOOD life becomes totally out of control when she meets her newest dealer; she is so desperate to get access to drugs at this point that she is willing to endure his endless physical and mental abuse. When Alli’s mother finally figures out what is happening she begins a desperate attempt to save her daughter and get her into a rehabilitation center. “When I think of Hawaii I have visions a

tropical paradise untouched by reality,” concludes Marg. “But this darkly disturbing story of addiction goes to show that drugs are a major issue even in the most idyllic of locations.” You can reserve Shards at your branch of the County of Lennox and Addington Libraries. Catherine Coles is the Manager of Library Services for Lennox and Addington.

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COMMUNITY PULSE MAY 26-30 OPEN HOUSE At the Tyendinaga Fitness Resource Centre, 14 York Rd. Shannonville. Free workout week, specials on year membership (get two months free). No taxes or contracts, special draw for $2 to win a year. MAY 29 ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion from 9:30-10:30 p.m. MAY 30 FRIDAY LUNCH SPECIAL Ham, scalloped potatoes and veggies, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m at Bath Legion in Millhaven. Everyone welcome. KINGSTON SENIOR CHORISTERS

The Kingston Senior Choristers will be presenting their ‘Celebrating 10 Years — Our Favourites’ concert at the Kingston Gospel Temple, 2295 Princess St. at 7.30 p.m. The repertoire will include songs from stage and screen that have appealed to audiences over the years. Abby Stewart will be the Choristers guest artist.Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children under 13, and may be obtained from any Chorister, by calling 613-7670673, or at the door. MAY 30&31 CHILDREN’S CHOIR Riverside United Church Children’s Choir presents the music from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. At 7 p.m. both nights at Riverside United Church, 2 Mill Street, Yarker. Freewill donation to support community ministry. MAY 31 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT The Napanee Legion has live entertainment with Jeff Code and Silver Wings from 8 p.m. to midnight. All welcome and cost is $5 for non-members. LAND O’ LAKES CRUISERS DANCE At the Enterprise Community Hall from 8 p.m. to midnight, followed with lunch. Tickets at the door, $25 per couple, $12.50 per single. Sponsored by the Tamworth and District Lions Club. For information call 613-379-2952 or 613-358-2720. PIONEER FAMILY DAY Celebrate the pioneer spirit at the Allan Macpherson House from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bring a picnic to enjoy on the banks of the Napanee River, and come dressed as a pioneer at this old fashioned, family friendly event. Lively

music by Steve Tanner and Seventh Town. Interact with members of the Heritage Ambassadors of Kingston. Watch historic re-enactors/demonstrators and learn about fibre arts, domestic life and farming. Craft and activities for children, tours of the Macpherson House, barbecue and drinks on sale. And many more activities. Families $10 (two adults and two children), adults $7, children $4. For more information, call 613-354-5982. MUSIC Open mic with Dan Simpson and Friends from noon until 6 p.m. at the Bath Legion in Millhaven. Barbecue. Come out and have some fun. ‘WINGS OF SERENITY’ BUTTERFLY RELEASE PROGRAM

Bereaved Families of Ontario – Kingston Region and Hospice Kingston invite you to purchase a butterfly to release at a very special event at Hospice Garden in City Park (at the corner of Bagot & West Streets). Butterflies are symbolic of many things and represent something different for each of us, so please join us as we release hundreds of butterflies to help us express our sorrow for the death of a loved one, to celebrate a new beginning, or to mark a life transition. Attend in person, have a volunteer release your butterfly in your absence, or purchase a butterfly as a gift and receive a butterfly figure with gift tag. From 1-3 p.m. Cost is $25/Butterfly (payable to BFO – Kingston or Hospice Kingston). Deadline for purchasing butterflies is April 2. JUNE 1 ROAST BEEF DINNER Morningstar Mission fundraiser. From 4:30-6 p.m. adults $12, children under 12 $6. Held at Morningstar Mission, 59 Water St. W. Napanee. All are welcome. WILTON CEMETERY MEMORIAL SERVICE Starting at 2 p.m. at Wilton Hall, 251 Simmons Rd. in Wilton. Featuring Brown Family, Wilton Trio and local clergy. Refreshments to follow. DOLL AND TEDDY BEAR SHOW At the Fish and Game Club at 170 Elmwood Dr. in Belleville. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission $4, free for children with adults. Antique, porcelain, barbies,

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The Town of Greater Napanee Notice of Tender Public Works Garage Addition

The Town of Greater Napanee Notice of Tender Above Ground Fuel Tank Installations

Sealed Tenders, in the envelopes provided, will be received by the General Manager of Infrastructure Services at the above-noted address, until 3:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, June 12th, 2014 for the following project:

Sealed Tenders, in the envelopes provided, will be received by the General Manager of Infrastructure Services at the above-noted address, until 2:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, June 12th, 2014 for the following project:

The contract includes the design, supply and installation of a 2,550 square foot, two bay garage addition including a new washroom. Renovations to the existing garage building includes: new overhead garage doors and openers, new windows and exterior main doors, new metal cladding, new heating systems, and cosmetic upgrades to the offices, bathroom and second floor training room.

The contract includes the removal and disposal of the existing fuel tanks along with all associated piping, including the removal and disposal of the existing fuel pumps and concrete pump island, as located at the Napanee Public Works Yard, 151 Kingston Road, Napanee Ontario. The contract shall also include the supply and installation of a new above ground fuel system, having (1) - 4,500 Litre gasoline tank, (2) - 10,000 Litre Diesel Tanks, concrete pump island with vehicle protection, fuel dispensers, card lock system, electronic inventory / monitoring controls, overhead lighting, asphalt paving.

Infrastructure Services 45 Commercial Court, Napanee, ON K7R 4A2

Contract No. IS-PW-2014-001 Public Works Garage Addition Design - Build

Tender documents may be obtained from the office of the Engineer between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. local time Monday to Friday commencing Thursday, May 22nd, 2014. There is a one-time charge of $50.00 (including H.S.T.) per copy (nonrefundable) for the Tender Documents. If further information is required, please contact the Engineer.

The Town of Greater Napanee reserves the right to accept or to reject any tender and also reserves the right to accept any tender other than the lowest tender. Engineer Chris Bent, P. Eng. Project Engineer G.D. Jewell Engineering Inc. 1-71 Millennium Parkway Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5 Telephone: 613-969-1111

Owner Peter Dafoe General Manager of Infrastructure Services Infrastructure Services 45 Commercial Court Napanee, ON K7R 4A2 Telephone: 613-354-5931, ext 2105

Infrastructure Services 45 Commercial Court, Napanee, ON K7R 4A2

Contract No. IS-PW-2014-002 Underground Fuel Tank Removals and New Above Ground Fuel Tank Installations

Tender documents may be obtained from the office of the Engineer between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. local time Monday to Friday commencing Thursday, May 22nd, 2014. There is a one-time charge of $50.00 (including H.S.T.) per copy (non-refundable) for the Tender Documents. If further information is required, please contact the Engineer.

The Town of Greater Napanee reserves the right to accept or to reject any tender and also reserves the right to accept any tender other than the lowest tender. Engineer Pat Schick, A.Sc.T. Project Manager G.D. Jewell Engineering Inc. 1-71 Millennium Parkway Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5 Telephone: 613-969-1111

Owner Peter Dafoe General Manager of Infrastructure Services Infrastructure Services 45 Commercial Court Napanee, ON K7R 4A2 Telephone: 613-354-5931, ext 2105

Notice To Permanently Close and Convey a Municipal Road Allowance

Notice Is Hereby Given pursuant to By-law No. 2007-59, that the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Greater Napanee intends to enact a by-law to permanently close, declare surplus to the Town’s needs and convey part of the municipal road allowance more particularly described as follows: • Part of the Road Allowance between Concession 5 & 6, being Part 2 on Reference Plan 29R-10142, geographic Township of North Fredericksburgh, now in the Town of Greater Napanee, and between parcels of land owned by James and Alison Duquet on Little Creek Road. The proposed by-law will be considered by Council at its regular meeting on: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Town Hall Council Chambers (upstairs), 124 John Street, Napanee, ON

or soon thereafter, at which time Council will hear any person who claims that his/her land will be prejudicially affected by the closing and conveyance of this municipal road allowance, and who applies to the Clerk to be heard. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Town Clerk during regular business hours - Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dated at Napanee this 22nd day of May, 2014.

Susan M. Beckel, Clerk Town of Greater Napanee Community & Corporate Services Office 12 Market Square, Napanee, ON Telephone: 613 354-3351

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BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT… 18th annual tournament on June 4 for the L&A County General Hospital at the Napanee Golf and Country Club. Cost: $110 per player includes cart, breakfast, barbecue lunch and banquet dinner. All proceeds to fund medical equipment at the hospital. Tee off times at 8 a.m. available. Call 613-354-3301 ext. 400.

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n L&A SOS and the 55 Plus Activity Centre for the spring are offering Fitness Classes: All levels including Cardio, Strength Training, Toning, Stretching, Yoga, Relaxation and Zumba Gold. Art Programs: Learn to Draw, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Painting, Creative Writing, Knitting, Quilting. Social Programs: Euchre, Family History, Bridge Refresher. Computer Courses: One on One Assistance for Beginners or Intermediate, (book an appointment), Skype, Facebook, E-Reader, Computer Level 1 You must be a member of SOS to attend. For information call 613-354-6668. L&A SOS Offsite Activities ($2 pay-as-you-go): n Line Dancing Progressive& Intermediate Mondays 1:30pm (Napanee Legion) n Line Dancing Beginner - Wednesdays 1:30pm (Napanee Legion) n Intermediate Tai Chi - Wednesdays 10:30 (Trinity United Church) n Beginner Tai Chi - Wednesdays 9:30 (Trinity United Church)

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DESERONTO UNITED CHURCH

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

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

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

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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 & Nursery Bath United Church Service 10:30am, Sunday School & Nursery Fellowship & refreshments after Service Everyone is Welcome!

ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH

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

137 Robinson St., Napanee K7R 2S3 51 Palace Road 261 West St., 354-5910 ST. PATRICK’S 613-354-3141 Pastors: (near Prince Charles School) CATHOLIC CHURCH Priest: Rev. Richard Hetke Rev. Ivan and Anne Langdon Pastor Rev. Stephen Lush 179 West Street, Rev. Brother D.B. Smith Sunday Worship - 10:30am and 7pm Sun. Morning - 10:30am Napanee SUNDAY SERVICES Children’s Program - 10:30am Worship Service Rev. Mark Chochrek, Pastor 8:00am Holy Communion Wednesday: SonShine Corner Ages 4-9 Phone: 613-354-5354 10:30am - Holy Communion Ladies Bible study/prayer 10:30am Wednesday 7pm - Bible Study & Prayer Website: www.stpatsnapanee.com Children’s Ministry Programs Men’s Bible study/prayer 10:30am Welcome! Come and Worship with us. Saturday 5:15pm - Mass TUESDAY 6:30-8pm Bible study/prayer 7pm Visit us online at: Sunday 9:00am-Mass; 10:30am-Mass Youth Program “The Heard” “In essentials: unity, In non-essentials: www.templeofprayerandpraise.org WEDNESDAY 10am liberty, In all things, charity (love).” ENTERPRISE-ROBLIN UNITED NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE Holy Communion Phone: 354-1924, 354-5637 CHURCH PASTORAL CHARGE PASTORAL CHARGE Visit us at Everyone welcome. Rev. Anne MacDermaid The United Church of Canada www.stmarymagdalenenapanee.ca 389-5548 EAST CAMDEN 613-378-2511 ENTERPRISE WESTDALE PARK PASTORAL CHARGE Minister: 9:15am 613-377-6406 www.mosriv.com FREE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Barbara Mahood Worship Service & Sunday School ‘Like us on Facebook’ (across from the hospital) 9:30am: Worship Service and ROBLIN ekellogg@persona.ca Pastor Derek Spink Sunday School at Centreville. 11am Worship Service & Sunday School The United Church of Canada 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee 11am: Worship Service and Everyone Welcome Rev. Elaine Kellogg 613-354-2669 Sunday School at Newburgh RIVERSIDE UNITED CHURCH www.westdaleparkfmc.ca (Third Sunday of each month ROBLIN WESLEYAN CHURCH 2 Mill St, Yarker, ON email: info@westdaleparkfmc.ca is a Contemporary Praise Service Pastors: 9:30am: Worship Service SUNDAY at Newburgh) Bert McCutcheon, & Sunday School 10:00am - Worship Service Everyone is welcome! Dustin Crozier, Paul DeMerchant MOSCOW UNITED CHURCH 11:15am - Coffee & Snacks SUNDAY SERVICES 25 Huffman Rd, Moscow, ON 11:30am - Sunday School & Small Groups 10:15am Sunday School Worship Service 7pm - Social to follow 6:30pm - Prayer Service 8:45am and 11am - Morning Service Kids Club, ages 5-12, Sat. 10am-11am KidsClub - Tuesday, 6:30pm NAPANEE BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone is always welcome MOMENTUM Youth - Thursday 7pm 474 Belleville Road “A Place to Belong” OTHER MINISTRIES: 613-354-1083 or PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 291 Dundas St. W. Men’s, Women’s & 50+ 613-354-6934 OF THE REDEEMER 613-354-4563 Small Group Studies Pastor: Tom Breeden 155 St. George St., Pastor John Stewart For more information Come join us in Worship Deseronto Sunday morning at 10:30am 613-388-2518 Sundays 10:30am & 6:00pm Minister: Rev. James Gordon Family Worship Service www.roblinwesleyan.ca Wednesday Prayer & 396-3119 or 396-2347 Sunday Evening Service 7pm roblinw@gmail.com Bible Study 7:00pm 9:15am - Church Service Chair Lift Available Find us on Facebook! Everyone Welcome and Sunday School “Where the Bible comes to Life!”

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

SELBY - EMPEY HILL PASTORAL CHARGE

The United Church of Canada Minister: Rev. Jean Brown Charge Office: 613-388-2375 “Worship for all ages; Children’s activity each week” Selby: 9:45am Worship Service Thurs. June 5 - U.C.W. Empey Hill: 11:15am Worship Service

EVANGEL TEMPLE

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

TRINITY UNITED CHURCH 25 Bridge St. E. 613-354-3858 Join us and Rev. Mark Arnill on the 7th Sunday of Easter at 10:30am Food Bank Sunday. Sunday School is available. We are open on Tuesday at 12 noon - 2pm and Thursdays from 5-7pm for “Quiet Reflection & Prayer Time”. All are welcome. www.trinitynapanee.ca


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Torch Runners lace ’em up for Special Olympics BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Sporting pins of the late Judy Taylor over their hearts, Special Olympic athletes joined law enforcement officers in a run through town during Thursday’s annual Law Enforcement Torch Run. Taylor, who was an avid curler, was a teammate of many of the Special Olympic athletes who wanted to honour her memory. Departing from the old downtown No Frills parking lot, the group of about 40 joggers and cyclists made their way to Giant Tiger, collecting donations from motorists along the way. Through pledges and local sponsors the run raised $5,000 for the Ontario Special Olympics. Fittingly, the top fundraiser was Lionel Taylor, husband of Judy for 33 years. He completed the run in a wheelchair, clutching a photo of his wife for the entire trip. “At the year-end banquet some of the athletes came to me and said they’d really like to dedicate the run (to Taylor),” said Carol French, a correctional officer at Quinte Detention Centre and organizer of the local branch of the Torch Run. “I thought it was an excellent idea.” Locally the athletes raised more than $2,000, which will help cover the travel and operation costs

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The Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics made its way through Napanee last Thursday, going from downtown to the Giant Tiger parking lot. Lionel Taylor (centre) holds a photo of his late wife Judy, for whom the local run was dedicated. ty,” said French. “The other will go to Special Olympics Ontario.” Now in its 27th year, the run is held in communities across Ontario to raise both funds and awareness about the Special Olympics. Since 1987 they’ve raised more

involved with basketball, floor hockey, curling, golf, softball and bowling. They are also hoping to add bocci ball and soccer to their program in the near future. “Any money that the athletes themselves raised will remain in our communi-

than $20 million across the province. Here in Napanee this year’s was decidedly more emotional than previous runs as friends and family remembered Taylor. “She had a saying when she (curled) that it’s only a game, doesn’t matter if you win or lose,” said French.

“She had that attitude in life as well.” After the run was completed, the athletes enjoyed a barbecue in the Giant Tiger parking lot, where many shared their stories of Taylor. Among the law enforcement agencies represented in the run were Napanee

OPP, Millhaven Institute, Bath Institute, Quinte Detention Centre, Picton OPP and Smith Falls OPP. After departing Napanee the torch continued on its way to York Region, where it is set to arrive on June 4. They’ll continue to visit communities along the way.

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Milkweed seeds available to attract monarch butterflies

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Once considered a noxious weed by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, milkweed is now being viewed in an entirely different light. Because it’s the sole source of food for monarch butterflies, which have experienced a recent sharp decline in numbers, environmentalists across the province are encouraging residents to plant milkweed. Napanee’s own Green Lights group is getting into the act, offering free milkweed seeds to the first 200 visitors to their booth at this Saturday’s Talents of

the Town Market. The local environmental group is leading the charge in helping to restore monarch numbers both in Napanee and on a much broader scale. “The monarch butterfly population drastically decreased in the past year,� said Laurie Snider of Green Lights. “They migrate to forests in Mexico and they measure the monarchs by how many acres they take up in the trees. They went from seven acres to three acres in the last year. Even seven acres is low.� Snider says that number represents an all-time low in the data, which

experts have been collecting since 1993. She says the three main causes for the decline are a lack of food sources, extreme weather and illegal logging practices being exercised in Mexico. “Governments and a lot of environmental agencies are quite panicked about the situation and they’re taking steps to help them,� added Snider. Among those steps are providing milkweed seeds to agencies like Green Light, which has teamed with Napanee’s Communities in Bloom for Saturday’s event. The Ontario government has also taken milkweed off the province’s noxious weed list.

Anyone interested in helping out locally can drop by the market on Saturday, which gets underway at 9 a.m. in Market Square, just outside town hall. Green Lights will have a giant decorated monarch on display to denote their booth. “I just thought this was a really good project because especially with the environment people sometimes feel so helpless, like ‘what can I do?’� said Snider. “This time there’s actually something that they can do. They can take a package of milkweed, plant it and get milkweed to come. If you start seeing butterflies then you’ve done a good thing.�

Electrosensitivity creates crisis for local woman BY SETH DUCHENE Editor

Although many people seemingly can’t live without their electronic devices and wireless network connection, there are some who can’t live with such modern technologies at all. Marisa Dailey, originally from Toronto, suffers from electrosensitivity, a condition that makes her sensitive to Wifi, cordless phones and microwaves. As such, she’s desperate to find accommodations that will allow her to avoid these gadgets. Dailey said that exposure to this technology — as well as to some other items such as bleach, chemical cleaners, dryer sheets, candles and scented prod-

ucts — produces several physical symptoms such as insomnia and cognitive impairment. She says it can also affect her digestive process. She said that she found out that she might be suffering from electrosensitivity in 2011. To that point, she had already moved four times that year and was unable to find peace. After talking with a woman who also suffered from electrosensitivity, it was suggested to her to shut off the cordless phone at the home in which she was staying at the time. After shutting off the phone, “I slept for 12 hours straight,� she said. To date, accommodations that can meet her needs have been exceedingly difficult to find; she hoping that with a public

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The Napanee and District Olde Tyme Fiddlers Association was established in 1985 by Ola McFarland. Since then, the group has managed to make donations to L&A County General Hospital reaching near $10,000. They also started donating to the Napanee MorningStar Mission foodbank and L&A Seniors Outreach Services to aid in the purchase of an automatic door for their building. Other donations were made to Napanee District High School and Southview Public School music department with the support of Marie’s Place, a music emporium in Napanee. Donations for year 2013 have amounted to $3,000. Although the numbers in the group are small they are abundant in talent from all over the area and continue to flourish and grow, thanks to the group’s followers. From left are Richard MacKinnon (president), Jeanne Irvine (treasurer), Hazel MacKinnon (director), Roy Bradshaw (first VP), Linda Bradshaw (director), Lorne Hart (director), Doris Hart (secretary), Ellis Wolfries (second VP). Absent: Bill Smith (director).

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Lennox Addington County County General General Hospital Hospital (LACGH) (LACGH) is is pleased pleased to to have have Lennox and and Addington been chosen as the partner partner for for Hospice Hospice Lennox Lennox and and Addington Addington (HLA). (HLA). For For been chosen as the 24 years, 24 years, HLA HLA has has specialized specialized in in providing providing palliative palliative care care and and bereavement bereavement support. Kim at HLA, support. Kim Ayling, Ayling, Executive Executive Director Director at HLA, says says “We “We are are excited excited to to partner with with LACGH. partner LACGH. Although Although our our organizations organizations will will maintain maintain our our own own identities, this this partnership will benefit identities, partnership will benefit through through the the sharing sharing of of knowledge, knowledge, expertise and resources.” expertise and resources.” In addition to to this this formal formal partnership partnership HLA HLA and and LACGH LACGH are are working working together together In addition to improve the the end end of of life life services services at at LACGH. LACGH. Service Service expansion expansion will will include include to improve a dedicated a dedicated space space for for patient patient and and family family support, support, including including aa fully fully equipped equipped resource library. library. Creating space is is just resource Creating a a comforting comforting therapeutic therapeutic space just the the first first step step for HLA HLA and and LACGH LACGH to to improve improveservices servicesavailable availabletotothe thecommunity. community. for

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HAND WASHING is the single most important method of preventing and controlling infections. When you visit our hospital or convalescent home please remember to wash your hands or apply alcohol rub. Hands should be washed: on entering/and leaving the hospital after using the restroom before assisting someone with their food before handling, preparing or serving food before eating when hands are visibly soiled after coughing or sneezing It is important to wash your hands for at least 15 seconds. Be sure to catch those areas that are commonly missed, paying attention to the thumbs, fingertips and nails, between the fingers, and back of the hands. (See diagram) It is your right to have safe care. If you are worried about your health care worker having unclean hands before caring for you, you have the right to ask them to clean their hands. You can make a difference. ”Just clean your hands”.

LACGH is is committed committed to to promote healthy lifestyles lifestyles not not only only with with LACGH promote healthy our patients patients but but also also with with our our staff. staff. In with KFL&A KFL&A our In cooperation cooperation with Public Health, LACGH offers our staff and their family members Public Health, LACGH offers our staff and their family members an opportunity to learn learn strategies to stop an opportunity to strategies to stop smoking. smoking. Promoting Promoting healthy choices choices with with our our staff staff helps helps us us to to be be better to healthy better equipped equipped to promote healthy healthy choices choices to to our our patients. patients. LACGH LACGH is is entering entering into into promote a program program that that will will offer offer smoking cessation aids aids to to our our in-patient a smoking cessation in-patient population. This This Ottawa Model for Program population. Ottawa Model for Smoking Smoking Cessation Cessation Program started as as part part of of a a study of Ottawa Heart started study at at the the University University of Ottawa Heart Institute. Entrance into the program is voluntary but it offers the Institute. Entrance into the program is voluntary but it offers the patient alternatives alternatives to to smoking smoking that that will will help help promote patient promote faster faster healing and quicker recoveries. Giving the opportunity to try try healing and quicker recoveries. Giving the opportunity to alternatives to to using using tobacco tobacco will will provide provide our our patients with alternatives patients with knowledge on how to move toward being tobacco free. LACGH knowledge on how to move toward being tobacco free. LACGH wants to to help help the the community make healthy healthy choices choices that that will will lead lead wants community make to improved improved health health and andaastrong strongcommunity. community. to


Lennox Lennox and and Addington Addington County County General General Hospital Hospital CONVALESCENT CARE

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In November 2013 2013LACGH LACGHopened opened2222 Convalescent Care beds. These beds arepeople for people In November Convalescent Care beds. These beds are for who who require support to regain physical strength they can returntototheir theirhome. home. The The maximum require support to regain physical strength so so they can return maximum length length of of stay stay is is 90 90 days days and and the the resident resident must must be be able able to to actively actively participate participate daily daily in in physical physical therapy. therapy. These These beds beds are are not not new new beds beds for for LACGH LACGH but but are are the the result result of of converting converting 22 22 Complex Complex Continuing Care beds beds to toConvalescent Convalescentbeds. beds. Continuing Care

In In order order to to be be admitted admitted to to aa Convalescent Convalescent Care Care bed, bed, Community Community Care Care Access Access Centre Centre (Homecare) completes an an assessment assessment and and application application form. form. Residents (Homecare) completes Residents have have been been accepted accepted from and have have come from anywhere anywhere in in the the South South East East Local Local Health Health Integration Integration Network Network and come to to LACGH LACGH from other hospitals as well as their own home. The occupancy in the Convalescent Care from other hospitals as well as their own home. The occupancy in the Convalescent Care Unit Unit has met and and exceeded exceededMinistry MinistryofofHealth Health&&Long LongTerm TermCare Carerequirements. requirements. has met

We Care. The We are are pleased pleased to to have have five five youth youth volunteers volunteers working working in in Convalescent Convalescent Care. The youth youth volunteer will assist assist with with recreational programming under under the the direct direct supervision of the volunteer will recreational programming supervision of the Recreational Services Manager. The evaluation and feedback from the Residents program has beenvery verypositive. positive. Recreational Services Manager. The evaluation and feedback from the Residents program has been

INFORMATION SERVICES

The is continually continually working working with with front front line line staff staff The LACGH LACGH Information Information Services Services Department Department is to way patient patient information information is is shared shared among amonghealth healthcare careproviders. providers. to improve improve the the way The goal goal is is to to enhance enhance patient patient safety safety and and efficiency. efficiency. Emergency Emergency Physicians Physicians notes, notes, The orders and reports are are now now being being recorded recorded in in an an electronic electronic medical medical record orders and reports record through through the the use of a Voice Recognition system in the Emergency Department. use of a Voice Recognition system in the Emergency Department. What does this mean to our patients? What does this mean to our patients?at the click of a button to all health care providers Patient’s information is available • Patient’s information is available involved in their care at LACGH. at the click of a button to all health care providers involved in their care at LACGH. The instant a patient leaves the Emergency Department, their family health care • The instant a patient leaves the Emergency Department, their family health care providerreceives receivesaacopy copyof oftheir their visit visit so so that that they they can can follow follow up up as as necessary necessary and provider and participate in their ongoing care. participate in their ongoing care. Betteraccess accesstotohistorical historicalER ERinformation information will will enhance enhance the the quality quality of of care care patients patients • Better receive by providing their health care provider with timely and accurate information. receive by providing their health care provider with timely and accurate information.

CHEMOTHERAPY DELIVERS CARE CLOSE TO HOME

LACGH to the LACGH is is in in the the second second year year of of providing providing Chemotherapy Chemotherapy services services to the community. LACGH chemotherapy clinic is classified as a level 4 satellite clinic of the community. LACGH chemotherapy clinic is classified as a level 4 satellite clinic of the Kingston Regional Cancer program. In the past nine months there have been 740 Kingston Regional Cancer program. In the past nine months there have been 740 visits suite. This This is is a a 61% 61% increase increase in in visits visits from from last last year. year. The The visits to to the the chemotherapy chemotherapy suite. increase in visits means we are serving our community better. The increase is a a increase in visits means we are serving our community better. The increase is result of growing awareness of of the the program program and and an an increase increase in in the the types of result of growing awareness types of chemotherapy delivered at LACGH. We are proud to be able to service our chemotherapy delivered at LACGH. We are proud to be able to service our community at aa vulnerable vulnerable time time in in their theirlives. lives. community at

NEW SERVICES We are pleased to be able to provide care closer to home. We welcome two new physician to our team. Dr. You – Pediatrics and Dr. Jamieson – Gynecology are now providing clinics on site. Patients can be referred to these services through their family physician. Living Well with Chronic Diseases is a self-management program offered through the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital. This highly-interactive, peer-led education program aims to help people better manage their chronic conditions. Living a Healthy Life is based on the Stanford Model Self-Management program created by the Patient Education Research Center at Stanford University. Topics include physical activity, healthy eating, better breathing, communication, working with health providers, understanding emotions, managing pain, coping with fatigue, and planning for the future. There is a strong emphasis on goal setting and problem solving. The hospital also offers another element of the Living Well program that focuses on those individuals living with diabetes. The Living Well with Diabetes workshop provides education and teaches practical skills to help develop self-management skills in order to better manage symptoms, challenges and the day-to-day tasks of living with diabetes. To date, we have hosted two Living Well with Diabetes and Living Well with Chronic Disease workshops that were very successful. We hope to offer additional sessions in the spring and fall. Our workshops foster an environment of participation and mutual support that builds the participants’ confidence to better manage their chronic conditions. Living Well is open to everyone: people with any type of chronic condition, their loved ones and caregivers, as well as anyone ready to make a lifestyle change to improve their health. For more information and to find out more information about the Living Well with Diabetes call 613-354-3301 extension 285. To register for upcoming Living Well with Chronic Disease call 613-354-3301 extension 409.


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GREAT NEWS FOR LACGH In hospital I n JJune u n e 22013, 0 1 3 , oour ur ho spital participated in an on-site external participated in an on-site external peer by Accreditation Canada. peer review review by Accreditation Canada. Accreditation A c c r e d i t a t i o n Canada C a n a d a is i s aan n ii nn dd ee ppeennddeenntt,, n no ot -tf-of or -r -ppr roof fi it t organization that sets sets standards standards for for organization that quality and safety in health care quality and safety in health care around the world. around the world. Accreditation Accreditation isis one ways for for one of of the the most most effective effective ways health to regularly regularly health care care organizations organizations to and consistently examine examine and and and consistently improve thequality qualityofoftheir their services. improve the services.

We pleased that, that, our our We are are extremely extremely pleased hospital achieved excellence excellence inin hospital achieved meeting the requirements of the the meeting the requirements of accreditation program and and was was accreditation program awarded the highest highest level level of of awarded the performance that an an organization organizationcan can performance that earn, “Accreditation with earn, “ Accreditation with Exemplary Standing”. This decision Exemplary Standing”. This decision is of the is confirmation confirmation of the extraordinary extraordinary work that all staff, physicians and work that all staff, physicians and volunteers provide each each and and every every volunteers provide day while caring caring for for day at at the the Hospital Hospital while patients and their their families. families. In Inorder orderto to patients and be peer surveyors spent be accredited, accredited, peer surveyors spent four days on site assessing the quality four days on site assessing the quality of we provide to patients of services services we provide to patients based on the standards b a s e d o n t h e s t a n d a r d s oof f excellence. Prior to the review we excellence. Prior to the review we were to conduct conduct aa hospital hospital were required required to wide Duringthe thesite site wide self self assessment. assessment. During visit, and Addington visit, the the Lennox Lennox and Addington County General Hospital achieved a 99.3% success rate in meeting the County General Hospital achieved a 99.3% success rate in meeting the 1,441 1,441 standards set out for the hospital. standards set out for the hospital.

“For the Record” April 2013 to March 2014 Emergency visits

23,948

Chemotherapy visits

970

Cardiac Rehab visits

3,567

Clinic visits

12,280

Physiotherapy visits

7,395

Diabetes visits

1,507

Electrocardiograms

6,252

X-Rays

15,412

Ultrasounds

4,123

Mammogram exams

1,284

Bone Density exams

397

Surgeries Laboratory tests

2,761 534,914

Echocardiograph exams

484

Dietician visits

567

The surveyors were very very impressed impressed with with our our organization stating; “This “This is is aa true The surveyors were organization stating; true community hospital. The organization goes the extra mile to support patients and community hospital. The organization goes the extra mile to support patients and to to bring innovative approaches to care. Everyone pulls together to get job done!” bring innovative approaches to care. Everyone pulls together to get the the job done!” We are We are very very proud proud of of this thisachievement achievement and and are are committed committed to to continue continue delivering delivering quality healthcare to our community. quality healthcare to our community.

THE HOSPITAL FOUNDATION The Hospital Foundation wishes to thank individual donors, businesses, organizations, and service clubs for their generous contributions. With your support, the Hospital Foundation is able to purchase medical equipment for new programs and services to benefit our community. Lennox & Addington County General Hospital Foundation is a registered charity that provides tax receipts for donations of $10 and over.

Need further information or want to make a donation, contact or mail cheques to: Lennox & Addington County General HOSPITAL FOUNDATION 8 Richmond Park Drive Napanee, ON K7R 2Z4 Tel: (613) 354-3301 ext.400 ONLINE DONATIONS THROUGH WWW.CANADAHELPS.ORG

Charity Registration # 89059 7842 RR0001 DATES TO REMEMBER Benefit Golf Tournament and Dinner Hospital Annual General Meeting Volunteer Services Annual General Meeting Foundation Annual General Meeting Volunteer Services Tag Day

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Pioneer Day comes to Macpherson House Live music, live animals part of events for ‘traditional fair’ at historic home this Saturday

BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

A traditional pioneer fair will be held at the Macpherson House next weekend, featuring live music, live sheep shearing and a homemade apple pie contest. House curator Karen Price said many vendors and volunteers have already come forward to contribute to the event, which will not only feature the historic home but also all that area has to offer. “I thought this would be

a great way to showcase the community as well as the house. We’ve been able to build of community partners, while doing this. We’ve already got about 15 people coming and helping out with the event. We have members of the 4-H Club, we have spinners and weavers coming, we have natural tie-dying, we have gardeners coming from Community Gardens, we have wood turners, heritage re-enactors, a military display, and live musicians,” said Price. The event will take place from 11 a.m. until 3

p.m. on May 31. The price is $10 for a family of five or $7 per adult. The Lennox and Addington 4-H Club will be bringing some live animals for the event, which will be on display from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and sheep will be sheared on site at 11:30 a.m. Alongside that, traditional pioneer games such as three-legged races will be happening. “We’re really fortunate this year that we got a lot of support, a lot of community people came in and said, ‘I’ll help you with this’ or ‘I’ll do that for you,’ so that’s been

Macpherson House summer kitchen by at 10 a.m. Judging will take place at 11:30 a.m. “The main ingredient in your pie must be apple and made from scratch. It can also contain berries or whatever your recipe or imagination calls for. It could even be an applesauce pie. All ages are invited to enter a pie,” explained Price. Heritage demonstrations and a small market will be held throughout the day in the back garden, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. On

great,” said Price. “We have all kids of crafts and activities for the kids. They’re going to be able to try out weaving wool, we’re going to have things they can make and take home,” said Price. Most of those events, including a children’s military muster will be held, games and races, butter making demonstrations and baking on the hearth demonstrations will be held from 12:30 until 2 p.m. Those entering the homemade apple pie contest can drop off pies in the

top of that, spinning demonstrations will be held in the morning room, and dress up and heritage toys will be upstairs in the ballroom. Live music will begin at 11:30 a.m. A barbecue will be held from noon until 3 p.m. and tours of the Macpherson House will be offered at 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. This is the first pioneer day event the Macpherson House has held. All funds raised will go toward Macpherson House programming.

Repeat performers Mark Cullen The Green File asparagus does not contain, of a healthy nature. Note that female plants produce mildly poisonous berries. Plant the roots in the bottom of the trench. As they grow, gradually fill in the trench with triple mix or quality planting soil. In about four weeks your green shoots will be reaching for the sky. Now wait for three years for your first crop of fresh asparagus. Your patience will pay off as your asparagus patch will, in all likelihood, out live your tenure at your current place of residence. I have seen patches of the stuff still producing after 30 years. Diligent weed control is the long range answer to success. That and an annual layer of compost over the roots, about 4 cm thick. Rhubarb The expressions about ‘rhubarb’ often suggest that the word is used as a substitute for the word ‘nonsense’. I can tell you that having it in your gar-

den is anything but. It is so easy to grow that you will find yourself wondering why you didn’t plant it years ago. It requires an organic, rich soil, loves the sun and welcomes spring before most any other edible in the garden. I have been pulling my rhubarb for about three weeks now (you pull it, don’t cut it). No need to be jealous, just make some room for a root or two in your garden and you will be pulling it too, in about three years. Take only the long, young stalks and cut off the leaves (which are poisonous). Remove flower stalks as they are produced to maximize leaf/stem production. As your plants mature they will produce a crop for up to 10 weeks, but not until they have been established for five or more years. Don’t delay. Time is ticking by Once planted, rhubarb goes on forever. Strawberries They love the sun, they are easy to grow but not always easy to keep the birds out of as they ripen (a layer of cheese cloth draped over them at harvest time usually prevents this problem). Buy one year old plants this time of year and line them out in a row about 30 cm apart in sandy/loam soil. Triple mix works like magic. Keep weed free and let the runners establish themselves as they are produced.

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Local man lobbying for accessibility action BY ASHLEY ESPINOZA Staff Reporter

Will Johnson knows all too well how difficult it is to have stores, restaurants, walkways and housing not

be wheelchair accessible, which is why he’s pushing for accessibility in Napanee. Johnson has been in a wheelchair all his life. In 1987 he wheeled 500 miles in five days to raise aware-

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ness in hopes that accessibility would improve. That event took place in Picton, his hometown, but with little improvement in accessibility over the years, he eventually moved to Napanee. Now he’s planning a similar event here. Johnson moved to Napanee since he could not find a wheelchair accessible apartment in Picton. Still, it has not made his life much easier. He says accessibility should be made a priority in Napanee and across Canada. “The goal is wheeler equality. That we’re all equal and it’s not seen as a disability. That accessibili-

Deseronto Transit, helping me out last month because my tire rim blew off my wheelchair, I would have had to make it home on my own will, slowly. The rim blew apart and cracked because of the sidewalk and potholes,” said Johnson. He hopes to plan an accessibility walk later this summer and also gather people together to form a support and information group that meets once a month. “The walk that I’m planning to do is to get everyone that feels the way I feel about accessibility going to the forefront, come

together to show that we’re not disabled. Even if you feel that you agree with me, even if you don’t have a physical limitation, even if you just agree with my cause,” said Johnson. “I don’t see myself as a disabled person. I was born without the ability to walk… Stop looking at it as a disability. We all have dis-abilities, but no one is disabled,” he added. Those interested in joining Johnson to plan an accessibility awareness walk this summer, and to push for accessibility in Napanee, contact Johnson at 613-354-7398 or johnsonws@yahoo.ca.

Teams already lining up for annual Relay for Life

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Some 20 teams have registered for the upcoming Relay For Life event, which will return June 13 for a ninth year on the NDSS track. Team captains dropped by the Hampton Inn’s meeting room on Thursday to officially register their squad in advance of the cancer fundraiser. “We still have plenty of space left for teams that want to register,” said Michelle Way, one of this year’s co-chairs for the event. Way says they’re hoping to get about 40 teams out to this year’s event and top last year’s mark of $100,000

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ty be put in the forefront and make it important as well. It seems that accessibility has been put on the back-burner. “The accessibility is really bad here. People will say there’s not a need here but that’s because people are shut in their homes and can’t get out because the streets are so bad,” he said. The problem doesn’t just sit on the shoulders of store and restaurant owners, though. Johnson said Napanee’s lack of wheelchair accessible taxis and cracked sidewalks greatly restrict his mobility. “If it wasn’t for

They will root where they grow. For the first two seasons remove the fruit to

raised by at least $15,000. “That $100,000 (raised last year) was better than what (the Canadian Cancer Society) had when they started,” added Saralynn Morris, also a co-chair for the Napanee chapter. “The Cancer Society got more than they had Friday morning. In my mind, every little bit helps.” Though they have set a lofty goal, they are confident the community will rally behind them and help them reach it. “We’re up there pretty neck-and-neck with some of the communities that are far bigger than us who have a lot more to draw from,” added Way. The top five teams that

fundraise the most money will win a ‘dinner under the stars’, which allows them to enjoy a meal from Easton and Main on the field during the relay. Another five dinners will be randomly selected amongst the other registered teams. There will also be a prize available for the team with the best decorated site along side the track. Teams can still register by logging onto www.cancer.ca or e-mailing SaralynM@hotmail.com or shelstar2012@gmail.com. They can also call 613-888-9065 or 613-893-6523. Anyone in Napanee interested in taking part in the relay but unable to get enough members for a team can join the MyFM team,

which is accepting members. Relay For Life is a 12hour overnight fundraiser held in communities across Canada. Teams of 10 to 15 people will take turns walking laps around the track throughout the night as a celebration of those who have beaten cancer, to provide inspiration for those still fighting or pay tribute to those who have passed away from it. Last year across Canada they raised $46.5 million which is used to help fund research for finding a cure. Napanee’s relay will get underway at 7 p.m. on the Friday and carry on until the following Saturday, ending at 7 a.m. with a breakfast from Denny’s.

encourage lots of ‘top’ growth and in the third season get to work picking, cleaning and eating the sweetest strawberries that you have

ever tasted. They always taste sweeter when you grow them yourself. I mulch my strawberries with a thick (20 cm) layer of clean straw each fall [thus the name] and remove it mid May to encourage the sun to work its magic.

hard in late summer, to about 20 cm high (July-bearing) and the ever-bearing varieties I prune down to 50 cm high in late fall or early spring.

D-DAY CELEBRATIONS Tamworth Legion Branch 458 Celebrates the 70th Anniversary of D-Day Sunday, June 1, 2014

Parade at 10:45 a.m. from the Tamworth Legion. Wreath laying at 11:00 a.m. at Tamworth Cenotaph. Light lunch will be served afterwards in Abbott Hall, Tamworth Legion. The Picton Legion Pipe Band will perform during 2 minutes of silence and during the march past.

Everyone welcome to attend!

Raspberries Ever-bearing or Julybearing? You choose. I think both have their advantages: July-bearing produce an abundant, sweet tasting crop that is over in two to three weeks. Perfect for preserving or freezing. Everbearing are actually ‘late season’ bearing, producing most abundantly mid August through September. I remember when my mother-in-law picked a crop of ever-bearers in a snowstorm in November and made a pie with them the same day. The only downside to the ‘everbearing’ varieties is that you get a smattering of a ripening crop over a period of several weeks and they are not as sweet tasting as the July-bearing. Nothing is easier to grow, however. And they produce a crop for years after being planted. Prune raspberries annually to maximize the fruiting potential and to avoid having them take over your property. I prune mine down very

Fruit trees Apples, peaches, pears, plums. Why, when we are looking for a good tree for the yard, do we so often overlook the fruiting species? They do require some insect and disease control. Best that I write a future column on the selection, planting, care, feeding and harvest of fruit bearing trees. Meantime put them on your radar. Edible flowers Not all of them are perennial and return each year but the chances are you are growing some of them and looking at them right now. Nasturtiums, roses, gladiolas, pansies, violas. For a complete list go to my website at www.mark cullen.com and search ‘edible flowers’. Plant, eat, live: edible gardens for a long, healthy life. Mark Cullen appears on Canada AM every Wednesday morning at 8:40. He is spokesperson for Home Hardware Lawn and Garden. Sign up for his free monthly newsletter at www.markcullen.com.


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Raiders to host youth summer hockey camp Open to players born in 2000 or later

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

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Covering the plate after a wild pitch, Napanee pitcher Hudson Sheffield tags out a Bayridge runner attempting to score. Sheffield closed out the Hawks’ 8-5 win on Tuesday in Kingston.

Hawks escape seventh to advance to semifinals NDSS edges Bayridge in KASSAA quarter-finals BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

DSS Golden Hawk pitchers were their own best friends in Tuesday’s 8-5 KASSAA baseball quarter-finals win against the Bayridge Blazers at Kingston's Woodbine Park. Hurlers Josh Murphy, Chase Dowdle and Hudson Sheffield drove in four of Napanee’s runs and combined for seven innings of five run ball. Murphy started the game, matching Bayridge's ace Matt Brash pitch for pitch through the first four innings. Napanee entered the game with the strategy of trying to stay close with Bayridge in the first four innings and then striking when Brash left the game after he threw his four inning limit. KASSAA

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rules dictate starters can only go the first four innings. Sheffield rewarded his starter’s effort with a run to work with in the top of the fourth, launching a two our RBI double. Bayridge answered back in their half of the inning, scoring a run on an infield single. With a runner on second and third with just one out Napanee caught a huge break when a ground ball destined to sneak through the infield struck the runner heading to third. That meant the runner was out and the runner at third had to go back to his base. Murphy escaped the jam by retiring the next batter to strand the runner. Napanee took advantage of the fortunate break, scoring four runs in their half of the inning and then two more in the sixth.

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Things got tense in the final two frames as Bayridge threatened in both innings, scoring four times. After Dowdle worked an inning and a third, Sheffield came in to close out the game. He induced a six-four-three double play to lock down the win. With the win Napanee advances to the semifinals which will take place on Tuesday. Their opponent and start time of the game is yet to be determined. The game was just the third Napanee has played all year as this year’s prolonged winter severely delayed the start of the KASSAA season. All KASSAA teams were able to get some game action last Thursday in an all day seeding tournament held at Melrose Field in Tyendinaga.

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Young hockey players will have a chance to sharpen their skills with the Napanee Raiders this Aug. 18 to 22 as the Junior C club hosts their first ever Summer Camp. Open to players born between 2000 and ‘09, the competitive camp will work in fun ways to learn skating, agility, passing, shooting and stick handling. “We’re going to have some current as well as alumni players involved,” said Mike Airhart, a former Raider and camp organizer. “Mike Hartwick (the team’s current coach) is going to be the on-ice trainer.” A stand out with the OHL who played professionally in Germany, Hartwick just wrapped up his first year at the helm of the Raiders. The camp will be broken into two sessions and age groups, with a 9 a.m. to noon session and another from noon to 3 p.m., all at the Strathcona Paper Centre. The camp is open to both male and female players. For some of the older players it’s a chance to get onto the Raiders’ radar if

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Raiders coach Mike Hartwick (right), seen here playing ball hockey, will lead the team’s ice hockey youth summer camp Aug. 18-22 at the SPC. they have aspirations of lacing up for the local club down the road. “It’s giving back to the young kids in the area and teaching them some of the skills that they were taught,” Airhart said of the Raider players who will be involved with running the drills. “We’re going to take the first 60 kids because we don’t want it to be 50 kids on the ice for each of the two sessions. We want to have a handful of kids so

they get more one-on-one time.” Cost of the week long camp is $200 which includes 15 hours of on ice time, a Raiders’ practice jersey and passes to a Napanee home game. Registration is on going and Airhart says they’re already about a quarter of the way to being full. To register call 613-354-2152 or e-mail Mairhart@Mcdougallinsurance.com.

Outlaws battered by Highlanders Napanee opens 2014 season with 62-7 loss

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he reigning champion Lanark Highlander gave the visiting Napanee Outlaws a rude welcome to the 2014 rugby season, lambasting them 62-7 in Saturday’s season opener. Using size to their advantage, the Highlanders dominated in all facets of the game, delivering a jolting wake up call for the young Outlaws team. “They used there big guys to crash us at fringes

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which sucked us in which created over laps on the outside which they capitalized on very often,” said Outlaws’ Trevor Sager. “I also think the young guys where little nervous.” Sager says his team settled down a bit come the second half, gaining some ground and even scoring a try. Evan Morey-Lynch had the privilege of scoring Napanee’s only try of the game. “Even through the score was heavily on the Lanark side there where some positives,” added Sager. “We where really

impressed with flanker Eric French. He tackled really well and had some strong runs. Man of match Evan Morey-Lynch and hats of to James McKinney.” Opening the year on the road against the best team in the league was a tough draw for the Outlaws, who were returning to the league after taking a hiatus last year. They’ll look to get back on track this Saturday when they return to action. They’ll host Cornwall for a 1:30 p.m. match at NDSS’ Gibbard Field.

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Napaneeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wyatt Fenwick connects on a high fastball during Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game against the Bayridge Blazers. for the KASSAA title. Though far from an ideal situation, all teams are just happy they were able

to play any ball this season. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just nice to get playing,â&#x20AC;? said Hawks head

coach Daryl Sheffield. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a good bunch of kids, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got three Grade 9s, so thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the future. All three of those guys are playing ball somewhere. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re used to softball, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re getting a chance to play some hard ball.â&#x20AC;? This is just the second year NDSS has fielded a hard ball team. At one point it looked like the season would be a complete wash as the city of Kingston deemed their fields unplayable until earlier this week. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We started in late March and here we are finally getting some games,â&#x20AC;? said Sheffield. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was kind of a crazy season. We all wanted more games, but werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t able to with the weather.â&#x20AC;? Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll look to close out the season, albeit a shortened one, on a high note next week as they attempt to advance to the league finals.

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they get a stadium finish,â&#x20AC;? Worthy says of having the kids enter the track at the end. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Their other teammates get to see them coming in and cheer them on.â&#x20AC;? Worthy says he received several glowing emails from principals from other schools about the event, especially that of Kingstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Centennial Public School. Because their bus was running late, their atom girls team knew they would have to run their race immediately after arriving to NDSS. To help put them at ease, several NDSS students, including the Golden Hawk mascot, greeted the kids as they got off the bus and high five them as they exited the bus. That helped put a lot of smiles on the anxious athleteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s faces. They were put at ease and able to compete at their best. With another successful run in the books, the event is quickly becoming an NDSS year end tradition. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s already plans to host the event again next year, perhaps even expanding it to include more schools.


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2001 CHEV diesel 1 ton dump truck, excellent condition, never winter driven, 135,000 km. 613-399-5143. CARS AND trucks wanted for scrap or recycling, we buy scrap metals, free pickup or you bring in. Dan, 613-438-7572. We also sell auto parts and tires. 14’ ALUMINUM boat, 5 horse motor, 2-wheel trailer, $500 or best offer. Call 613-354-2570. 1984 LARSEN 16’ boat cuddy cabin, 3.8 GM, excellent condition with trailer, $3,500, best offer. 613331-1303.

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2 BEDROOM apartment in 1/2 duplex, Enterprise, $600 monthly plus hydro, available July 1st. 613358-2029. APARTMENT FOR rent. Ask for Eddie, 613-354-5392. AVAILABLE JUNE 1st, one bedroom apartment, upstairs, all inclusive, suitable for 1 person; 2 bedroom apartment, no pets/ smoking, first/last. 613-354-2435. BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms, dining room, privacy balcony, keep cool this summer with central air, laundry facility, parking, heat included, hydro extra, big back yard freshly sodded and available for BBQ and relaxing, just blocks from downtown Napanee. 613-352-7805.

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BEAUTIFUL, NEWLY renovated 1 bedroom apartment, in duplex, Enterprise, $800 plus, available June 1st. 613-602-7757. BRIGHT GROUND level 2 bedroom apartment in quiet Napanee neighbourhood, $950 monthly plus hydro, first/last, references, non-smoking building, no pets. 613-540-3352. LARGE 2 bedroom apartment in Napanee, appliances, hardwood flooring, security entrance, laundry, quiet building, $750+/M. For viewing call 613-478-2043

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2179 Big Creek Road, charming and spacious, spotlessly clean, 4 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath home on navigable stream, over 300’ waterfront, treed lot, $169,000. Call Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. Brokerage. MORVEN #7113 Highway 2, big 4 bedroom home, double garage and barn on 200’ partly treed lot, $123,900 with $6,000 down O.A.C. Call Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. Brokerage.

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MINT AND used postage stamps, covers, post cards, coins and paper money. Call Bob, 613-967-2118. VENDORS FOR Indoor/Outdoor market at The Old Hudson Mill, 75 Prince Street, Deseronto. Shelley, 613-396-6125. $45 for 3 days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

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BACK TO Basics lawn mowing. Call 613-354-1759. HAVE TRACTOR with loader, brush hogging, yard work, tilling garden, cutting lawns. Call Earl, 613-354-2570.

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LAWN CARE and backhoe service, 40 hp tractor with backhoe, loader bucket, grapple bucket, bush hog, landscape rake and box scraper comes with scarifier shanks, wire/irrigation shank ripper, post hole digger, Zero turn commercial mower, Stihl Multi System comes with grass trimmer, rotatiller, edger, brush surface cleaner, Stihl chain saw, wood splitter, Husgavarna heavy-duty brush/weed trimmer, etc. Sgt. Major Ent. Brad Graham, 613-354-6857. 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. WE CLEAN homes, offices, windows and carpets, free estimates. Call 613-396-5258 or 613-483-5290.

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FIREARMS AND Hunter Education courses at Tamworth. Firearms course, June 6th, 7th; Hunter Education, June 13th, 14th. Wild Turkey licence examinations. Call Bill, 613-335-2786.

CARDS OF THANKS

Thank you for the wonderful party our family and friends organized in celebration of our 30th Wedding Anniversary. To our amazing daughter Kristen for all of her hard work along with her partners in crime (Di, Trina, Karen, Brandi, Hank and Marianne) for the wonderful food provided, the beautiful flowers and decorations and incredible slide show; to Joel and Tara for your contribution from Regina, wish you could have been here and to all of our friends and family, we are forever grateful. The music supplied by Future Vibes Entertainment DJ Services (Carlos) was amazing!! We had so much fun! Thank you to all for the beautiful cards and gifts. We feel so blessed!! Barb and Barry Kelly.

MEMORIAMS

BLACK - Dorothy Caroline, May 31, 2009. It’s been five years, Gone but not forgotten. Love, Gerry.

CARDS OF THANKS

I want to say a big thank you to everyone who helped me celebrate my 80th Birthday. So many thanks to my family for the food preparation and planning, this includes everyone who brought food. Thank you for the beautiful flowers, gifts and gift certificates. It was a great day filled with fun, great food, visiting and entertainment. I certainly appreciate my friends and family. Carol Kimmett. Thank you to our families, friends and neighbours for attending our Jack and Jill party. Thank you for your generous donations, cards and Best Wishes. Thank you to all the ladies who helped with the food preparation and all the people who helped with the setup. Thank you to our wedding party for helping make the day such a success. We both had a great time. Jeff Garrison and Melissa Jackson. The family of the late Russell Fraser wishes to express our sincere thanks and appreciation following his death. The outpouring of support, kind messages, phone calls, cards, home visits, delicious food, floral arrangements and donations made to the Lennox and Addington Hospital Palliative Care Unit, in his memory, were truly overwhelming. They are too numerous to mention individually. Special thanks to Mary Lee Turcotte and Brittany Evans for the beautiful Service and very touching readings in memory of Russell. Thanks also to the St. Matthews Guild for the lovely luncheon provided after the Service. The family would also like to thank Johnny Tyner, Teddy Boutilier, Roger Sexsmith, Charlie Hollar, Jesse Turcotte and Dave Allen, the pallbearers. Special thanks is also extended to the doctors and nurses of Lennox and Addington Hospital for all the care and professionalism they provided to both Russell and his family. The guidance and support extended to our family by Lindsey of Hannah Funeral Home, Tamworth is also greatly appreciated. Heartfelt thanks from Helen Fraser, Renata and David Holden, Brittany and Mike Evans, Michael Holden, Matthew Holden and Jarrod Fraser. We would like to thank everyone who helped us celebrate our 25th Wedding Anniversary. Thanks to our daughters, Emily and Olivia and our son-in-law Andrew for throwing us a great party and to everyone who helped them in any way. Thanks to Elsie Dowdle for another delicious, beautiful cake, to Craig Logan, the best D.J. ever and to the amazing staff at the Napanee Legion. Thank you to everyone for the gifts, cards and Best Wishes and for coming out to share the fun with us. What a wonderful night! We are truly blessed! Love, Terry and Lori Eves.

PERRY - In loving memory of our dad, Carl, who passed away May 31, 2013. It is hard to believe just one year ago We lost our dad and we miss him so. God knew a cure was not to be, So He gently whispered, “Carl, come to me.” We miss you so much dad, but you are in our thoughts and hearts every day. Until we meet again, here’s hugs and kisses from all of us. Love you for all eternity. Dolores, Pat, Glenda, Marvin, Jackie, Helen and families.

DEATHS

MARTIN, Helena Helen

(nee Lambert) Peacefully at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee on Saturday, May 24, 2014, in her 88th year. Companion of the late Dennis O’Connor. Loving mother of Allan (Betty) of Ottawa; Helen Rough (late Garry) of Deseronto and the late Bernice Whitfield. Cherished grandmother of 4 and great-grandmother of 6. Dear sister of Irene Asselstine (late Roy), Vivian Moore, Neil (Sally), Dorothy Thompson (late Don), Minnie Griffith (late Keith) and Claude (Sally). Predeceased by her brothers Cecil and Charles Lambert. Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews and their families. A Memorial Service will be held at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 11am. Donations by cheque to The John M. Parrott Centre will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Online condolences at www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com Two locations to serve you.

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BAKER, Irene Gweneth

(nee Allinson) Peacefully at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital on Thursday, May 22, 2014, in her 89th year, beloved wife of the late Clarence Baker. Loving mother of Allan (Shari) of Toronto; Doug (Heather) of Napanee; Jane Hough (Robert) of Napanee; David (Christine) of Mitchell and Mark (Janny Maas) of Napanee. Sadly missed by her 10 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Dear sister of Helen Scott and Shirley Ritchie and predeceased by her brothers, William, Harvey and Robert Allinson and by her sisters, Mary Lillis, Marie Aylesworth and Audrey Allinson. Fondly remembered by Ken and Elaine Baker and many nieces and nephews and their families. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Monday, May 26, 2014 from 10am-11am. Funeral Service followed in the Chapel at 11am. Interment Cataraqui Cemetery. Donations by cheque to Trinity United Church or a charity of your choice will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Online condolences at www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com

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COTNAM, Murray Graham

At the Streamway Villa Nursing Home, Cobourg on Thursday, May 15, 2014, age 74 years. Murray Cotnam, son of the late Graham Cotnam and the late Fern (McClelland). Loving husband of Margaret (Hudgin). Dear father of Robert Cotnam and his wife Beth of Pembroke and Judy and her husband Allan Hodgins of Brighton. Brother of Brian Cotnam of Pembroke. Sadly missed by his grandchildren, David (Sarah), Crystal (Nathan), James, Christopher (Kayla), Carolyn (Andrew), Joshua and greatgrandchildren, Kayleigh, Nate, Ella and Ava. The family received friends at the Brighton Funeral Home, 130 Main Street, Brighton on Sunday, May 18th from 7pm9pm and on Monday, May 19th at the Evangel Pentecostal Church, Brighton from 12 noon. Funeral Service followed in the Church at 2pm. Interment took place at Mount Hope Cemetery on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 2pm. As an expression of sympathy, donations to the Diabetes Association or the Streamway Villa Resident’s Council would be appreciated by the family. www.rushnellfamilyservices.com

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

HART, Lily 1924 - 2014

Peacefully with her family by her side, at the Lennox and Addington County Hospital in Napanee on Monday, May 26, 2014. Lily Dora Hart of Roblin, at age 90. Daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Morris. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth Hart. Dear mother of Morris (Jane) of Napanee; Michael (Sherrill) of Deseronto; Tim (Wendy) of Roblin and Nancy Lockridge (Paul) of Newburgh. Grandmother of Mary Beth DuChene (Seth), Andrew Hart (Sarah) and David Hart; Adam Hart (Brandi), Jason Hart (Crystal), Jennifer Kitchen (Ryan) and Kristin Hart (Alex); and Rebecca Stacey (Matthew), Erin Oogarah (Jesse) and Brent Lockridge. Great-grandmother of Calvin and Ryan DuChene; Lily Hart; Gabriella, Nathaniel, and Nicholas Stacey; Ethan and Justin Kitchen; and Rachel Hart. Predeceased by great-granddaughter Alicia Oogarah. Sister of the late Elsie Andrews, Stella Vine, Tom, Henry, Bob and Raymond Morris. The family will receive friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee, at 123 Dundas Street West (613-354-3341) on Thursday, May 29th from 2pm-4pm and 7pm9pm. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Friday, May 30th at 11am. Interment at Roblin Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation or the Roblin United Church would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

FOX, Gerald “Foxie” Thomas

Of Rivers, Manitoba passed away at the Riverdale Personal Care Home, Rivers, Manitoba on Saturday, December 14, 2013, at 83 years of age. A graveside Service will be held at the Ancrum Cemetery, RM of Daly, Manitoba on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 1:30pm. For those so desiring, donations may be made in Gerald’s memory to the Riverdale Personal Care Home, Rivers, Manitoba, R0K 1X0. Messages of condolences and/or photos can be shared at www.campbellfuneralhome.ca Campbell Funeral Home, Hamiota are entrusted with the arrangements. (866-620-2744)

At the Central West Hospice, in Ottawa on Friday, May 23, 2014, at the age of 80 years, beloved wife of the late Ron. Loving mother of Leif (Sherri), Abigail, Lauri (Odette) and Berit (Sean). Dear grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. She is survived by her sisters, Helen, Ada (Gordon) and by her brother Karey. A private family Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Central West Hospice would be appreciated by the family. Condolences, tributes or donations may be made at www.tubmanfuneralhomes.com

KELLAR, Alice

Peacefully at home on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Lillian Alice Kellar of Enterprise, at age 99, beloved wife of the late Donald Kellar. She will be sadly missed by her daughter Audrey Love (Wallace) and by her grandchildren Debbie Clair (Casey), Alan Love (Cheri) and Cheryl Snider (Doug). Great-grandmother of Ted Clair, Kate Whitmer (Dennis), Christopher and Ashley (Mike). Greatgreat-grandmother of Asia and Sam, Vincent and Casey and Jordan and Madison. Sister of Doris Parish and Theodore Kirkham and the late Irene Plumley, Walter Kirkham, Bill (Huck) Kirkham, Doug Kirkham and Ed Kirkham. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth on Sunday afternoon, May 25th from 1pm-4pm. Funeral Service was held at the Enterprise United Church on Monday, May 26th at 11am. Interment Moscow Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital or the Enterprise United Church would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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THAT OLD COLLECTION OF CLUTTER MIGHT NOT MEAN MUCH TO YOU ANYMORE, BUT CHANCES ARE SOMEONE OUT THERE WOULD LOVE IT!

YARD SALE

Two locations to serve you.

1 COL. X 2 1/2” Ad for $11.00 + HST

Clean Out Your Garage and Turn the Items You’ve Forgotten Into Cash.

To place an ad, simply call 613-354-6641 or Fax to 613-354-2622 email: beaverclass @bellnet.ca Deadline: Tuesday at noon OVER

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locally owned and operated newspaper

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

Casual Landfill Attendants

The Township of Stone Mills is a lower-tier municipality with a population of approximately 7200 residents located in central Lennox and Addington County.

The Township is presently accepting applications for Casual Landfill Attendants for the Camden, Moscow and Sheffield landfill sites. Reporting to Public Works Management, this position is responsible to ensure that all waste and refuse brought to the waste site is disposed of in compliance with Township policies and in a safe and efficient manner. The ideal candidate will possess the following: • Strong personal skills • Work well independently and with little supervision • Punctuality and dependability • Flexibility of availability due to the variation of hours and duties required.

This Casual position’s wage is $12.07 -$14.21 for up to 14 hours per week. Interested candidates are requested to submit a resume by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday June 9, 2014. Please send to:

• VISA • MASTER CARD • AMERICAN EXPRESS • INTERAC

Township of Stone Mills Keith Miller, Public Works Manager 4500 County Rd 4 Centreville, On K0K 1N0 Fax (613) 378-1434

We thank all applicants that apply and advise that only those to be interviewed will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, and will be used for the purpose of candidate selection. The Township of Stone Mills is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive barrier-free recruitment and selection process. If you require this document or correspondence in an alternate format, please contact the above noted contact for accommodation.

Contract Position Truck Driver/Labourer

CIRCULATION

The Napanee Beaver

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

HELP WANTED

Yard/ GARAGE Sale

VanDeBOGART, Wayne Allan

Former owner of the Watch Chalet, musician and artist. Wayne was in his 71st year. He is survived by his wife and soulmate Bonnie (nee Hughes). Son of the late Allan and Muriel VanDeBogart. Son-in-law of Ellen and the late Grant Hughes. Stepfather of Tony and Tosha Reid, Sandhurst Shores. Brother of Lyall and Joan, Napanee; Linda and Ken Bye, Wasaga Beach; Nancy and Tony Strugnel, Napanee and Adelle and Peter Chatterton, Napanee. Brother-in-law of Elwood and Marg Hughes, Glen and Deanie Hughes and Brenda and Bill Cowling, all of Napanee. Loving grandpa to his two special girls, Lydia and Elizabeth Reid. Dear nephew of Arlene Barnhart and uncle to many nieces and nephews. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Friday from 2pm4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service was held in the Chapel on Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 11am. Interment Riverside Cemetery at a later date. Donations by cheque to the Lennox and Addington Hospital Foundation will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Online condolences at www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com

Thursday, May 29, 2014

The Township of Stone Mills is a lower-tier municipality with a population of approximately 7200 residents located in central Lennox and Addington County.

The Township is presently accepting applications for Contract Position Truck Driver/Labourer for the Public Works department. Reporting to Public Works Management, this position is responsible for a wide range of operations varying from operation of assigned DZ Class vehicles and equipment, general construction and/or maintenance work. The ideal candidate will possess the following: • Class DZ licence with a clean drivers abstract • Knowledge of safe operations and precautions required in operating all assigned vehicles and attached equipment • Considerable knowledge of truck driving techniques as applied to general construction and maintenance work. • Punctual and dependable • Willingness to work flexible hours to accommodate construction/department project

This Contract Position of Truck Driver/Labourer position’s wage is $19.08-$22.48 for 40 hours per week with potential for overtime for a period of up to 5 months (possibility of an extension).

Today youÊve earned the distinguished honour of a graduate. We congratulate you on this fine achievement and wish you all the best as you embark on new careers and academic pursuits. As you celebrate your graduation, take the opportunity to announce to the community what you have accomplished and where your hard work and dedication will lead you. On Thursday June 26th, The Napanee Beaver will be publishing a special graduation page. Submit a colour picture and text to our office by Thursday, June 19th at 4:30pm or email; beaverclass@bellnet.ca

Rest in Peace $20.00 plus HST

Interested candidates are requested to submit a resume by 4:00 p.m., Tuesday June 9, 2014. Please send to:

Township of Stone Mills Keith Miller, Public Works Manager 4500 County Rd 4 Centreville, On K0K 1N0 Fax (613) 378-1434

We thank all applicants that apply and advise that only those to be interviewed will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, and will be used for the purpose of candidate selection. The Township of Stone Mills is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive barrier-free recruitment and selection process. If you require this document or correspondence in an alternate format, please contact the above noted contact for accommodation.

HELP WANTED

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN OR APPRENTICE

Stormy’s Car Sales in Picton is looking to hire a full-time automotive service technician or apprentice to join our team. 40 hours per week.  Competitive wages.  Apply within or email resume to stormys@kos.net Resumes may be faxed to 613-476-4880


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Thursday, May 29, 2014

relay for life

yard SALE Saturday, May 31st 52 Mechanic St., Deseronto 8am-3pm

Multi-Family Yard Sale. All proceeds going towards donations to the Canadian Cancer Society! Items for sale include: furniture, electronics, toys, small kitchen appliances, house wares and much more. Help support our “Weeding Out Cancer” Relay for life 2014 Team!

yard SALE 9 Springbrook Drive Camden East Friday, May 30th Saturday, May 31st Generator, new push mower, air purifier, tools, clothes and more.

2 family yard SALE 22 Blake Street Napanee Saturday, May 31st Tools, CDs, movies, games, plus size clothes, many more items.

The Annual Riverine Retirement/Independent

Indoor SALE Proceeds go to our Resident’s Council

Rain or Shine 328 Dundas St. West, Napanee 613-354-8188 Saturday, June 7 8am-12noon Items: Chairs - Lazy Boys, Rockers, Office and Lawn; TV, Desk, Dressers, Storage Bins, Fax Machine, Phone Sets, Radios, Cassette Players, Coffee Makers, End Tables, Small Tables, Puzzles, Books, Household Knick-Knacks and more!

moving SALE Saturday, May 31st starting at 8am 262 Newburgh Road

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yard SALE 40 Cherrywood Parkway, Napanee Saturday, May 31st starting at 8am

Antique and modern golf clubs, golf bags, snow skis, boot and poles, roller blades, electric guitar, garden hose, electric weed eater, boy’s miscellaneous hockey equip., rubber garage floor mats, car mats, and other things.

yard SALE Two Family

177 Simcoe St Napanee Saturday, May 31st 8am-3pm

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moving SALE Household good, furniture, appliances, microwave, tools, yard implements

May 31st 9am-4pm 685 Addington Street, Tamworth

GARAGE

SALE

Saturday, May 31st 8am - 3pm 444 Bridge Street West Napanee

Saturday, May 31st 9am-3pm 1150 County Rd. 11 Greater Napanee

Saturday, May 31st 2251 County Road 4 Napanee

Household items, brand name clothes

1 mile south of Camden East

and graduation gowns all mint condition, baby items, Goodyear Wrangler tires 225/75/T16, brand new never used 2 gas water pumps, riding and push lawn mowers, weed eater, 2 utility trailers, 16” Ryobi scroll saw, lawn swing bench.

YARD SALE

Boat and trailer, pool table lite, collector plates and a whole lot more.

8am-3pm

yard SALE

Household items, formal dresses, good used clothing, crafts, and much, much more

Nursing Home 9756 County Road 2 Deseronto

208 Old Hamburg Road Napanee 8am-Noon

Saturday, May 31st starting at 9am

3 family yard SALE Saturday, May 31st 8am

garage SALE

huge yard SALE

Saturday, May 31st

Saturday, May 31st 8am-4pm 160 East St, Napanee

at the Hawley Church, County Road 22

Lots of vintage items, glass, china, furniture, collectibles and more Rain Date Sunday June 1st

Art, antiques, collectibles, Loonie tables.

Large variety of items

yard SALE

yard sale

Saturday, May 31st

3-wheel stroller, household items, knickknacks, lamps and much more

461 Dundas St. W. Napanee

huge Multi-family

Saturday, May 31st 8am - 1pm

Some furniture, books, and much more

8am-3pm

CLASSIFIEDS / 25

spring SALE

10 minutes south of Napanee

Check Kijiji for photos

Large variety of items. Something for everyone. Everything must go.

3377 Big Creek Rd., Napanee

543B South Shore Road, Napanee Saturday, May 31st 8am-3pm Household items, tools, small appliances and miscellaneous items


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Thursday, May 29, 2014

AUCTIONS

SATURDAY, MAY 31ST

AT 10:00 A.M. ON SITE AUCTION SALE - FARM EQUIPMENT, TOOLS & LIVESTOCK FOR SANDRA WHITE, STOCO Directions: From Hwy. 37 just south of Tweed take Marlbank Road east about 1 km. to Stoco Rd. Follow Stoco Rd. to sale site at 1173 Stoco Road. Massey Ferguson 35 diesel tractor, International 4wd tractor with Mount-o-Matic 2250 loader/ down pressure, White 1370 2wd tractor with heavy industrial loader (running but needs some work), Bumper hitch 16 ft. tandem axle stock trailer/ electric brakes & dividing gate & 4 new tires (sells with safety & ready to go), New Holland 488 haybine, 4 bar side delivery rake, New Idea 484 round baler, 16 ft. flat bottom hay wagon, 24 ft. pipe frame elevator/ motor, New Holland 512 single axle manure spreader/ single beater, 3 pth “S” tine 10 ft. cultivator, Ferguson 3 pth 8 ft. cultivator, set of chain harrows, Bogballe 3pth fertilizer spreader/ top attachment, 2 drum field roller, Calsa trail type field sprayer, heavy duty dump trailer, utility trailer, 3 pth 92” scraper blade, 3 pth PTO driven buzz saw, Honda 200 3 wheeler/ winch (needs work), 3 pth rotary mower, Craftsman LT 1000 18OHV 42” cut riding lawn mower, truck cap, poly water tank, 10 ft. x 24 inch culvert, cement mixer/ motor, fuel tank, qty. of stanchions, galvanized sap pails, qty. of farm hardware, baler twine, used water softener system, round calf hutch, pig farrowing crate, goat milking stand, homemade loading ramp (brand new), cattle oiler/ brushes, 2 round bale feeders, chicken feeders & waterers, heat lamps, stock water tanks & heaters, livestock head gate, 4 sheep feeders, feeder front panels, sheep creep feeder, sheep hoof trimming tilt table, small animal portable weigh scales, pen panels, wall mount hay feeder, qty. of steel farm gates, rubber feed tubs & pails, wheelbarrow, 2 sets of burdizzos, new Clipmaster sheep shears, lambing supplies including lamb digital scales, ram marker harness, lamb coats, feeding tubes, new hand shears, horse supplies including 17” western saddle, 3 saddle blankets, horse blankets & assorted tack, halters, grooming supplies, storage barrels & many more farm related smalls. Livestock: A registered Appaloosa mare & a registered Overo paint mare (sell with reserves). Approximately 100+ sheep sell consisting of about 45 Katahdin & Katahdin cross dorper ewes, some with lambs at their side & many selling separately from their lambs, a purebred registered Katahdin ram, a Wiltshire horned ram & a black belly ram, a Nubian doe/ 2 kid bucks, a Nubian doe/ 1 doe kid, a Nubian doe, 1 whether, a kiko x boer buck, A gelded llama. Ewes will sell in groups and/or on choice. Some will sell by the pen. A purebred Berkshire boar sells and 2 Berkshire sows sell exposed to the boar. This is a good sale to source healthy well grown sheep & lambs. A sale not to miss!! See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash, Debit, Visa, MC or Cheque/ID Lunch available Owners and/or auctioneers not responsible in case of accident

SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH

AT 10:30 AM AUCTION SALE - ESTATE OF MARGARET WILLIAMS 1779 BIG ISLAND ROAD SOUTH R.R.#1 DEMORESTVILLE, ONT., BIG ISLAND PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY 5 miles SOUTH of Belleville on Highway 62 and turn EAST onto county Road 14 for 5 miles to Demorestville and turn NORTH onto County Road 15 for 2 miles and turn onto County Road 21 (Big Island causeway)to Big Island Road South and turn EAST for 2 miles ( watch for signs) ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES sell at 10:30 am including antique walnut drop front secretary with upper glass doors, antique Victorian rocker, antique Eastlake parlour tangle, signed 14″ Moorcroft table lamp, antique drop leaf table, antique press back chairs, fireplace mantle, antique nursing rocker, antique wicker doll carriage, antique oak dresser, antique side table, antique trunk, antique wicker chair, antique chest of drawers, antique oak rocker, antique walnut occasional chair, mahogany finish 2 door storage cupboard, maple drop leaf table, walnut finish dining room suite with table, chairs and china cabinet, 5 piece bedroom suite,curio cabinet, Sony 33′ flat screen TV, wooden duck decoys, Royal Doulton figurines, collection of antique and vintage dolls including AM, Germany , Celluoid, composition, Reliable, Canadian dolls, reference books, travel dolls, flo blue pieces, Hummel, Bisque figurines, child’s antique dishes, Black Americana collectibles, stoneware, child’s wagon, Victorian prints, oil lamps, glasswares and hand painted china, toilet set pieces, FARM EQUIPMENT Farmall Cub gas tractor with Woods belly mount 42″ mower deck – good running condition; 1958 Cockshutt 550 gas tractor in running condition; Farmall A gas tractor- running, Farmall H gas tractor- running, Case D gas tractor, New Holland 489 9 ft haybine, New Holland 479 haybine, Oliver 3 point hitch 3 furrow plow, belt driven 3 point hitch circular buzz saw, VEHICLE 1990 Chrylser Daytona 2 door hatchback with standard transmission – sells as is; vintage 3 hp Johnson outboard motor, numerous other articles from an old farmstead. 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

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4TH

AT 5:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE - DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Duncan phyfe drop leaf table/ 43 lyre back chairs, wooden kitchen table/2 leaves & 4 chairs, living room furniture, coffee & end tables, plant tables, double bed, chests of drawers, large qty. of glass & china, collectibles, books, old prints, qty. of small shop & garden tools. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH

Consignment Sale 6:30pm Viewing 5:00pm 662 Cty. Rd. #12. 3.5 kms southwest of Bloomfield at Koopmans Auction Centre See website www.koopmansauctionservices.com Always accepting good clean consignment for upcoming sales. We also conduct Estates, Farm and Commercial sales on site. Canteen Available, Terms: Cash and Debit For your entire auction needs, call Auctioneer: Gerald Koopmans 613-393-1732

SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH

AT 10:00 A.M. ON SITE AUCTION SALE FOR LOIS RAWN, MARYSVILE, ONT. Directions: From Hwy. 401 east of Belleville take Deseronto Rd. (Exit 570). Go north to Blessington Rd (at the river). Turn west & follow to 4595 Blessington Road, or from Shannonville Rd. follow Blessington Rd east to 4595, sale site. Walnut drop leaf table (circa 1800), 1800’s era dough box in original paint, Oak transitional 3 drawer chest, 3 shelf hanging pine corner cupboard, Boston rocker/ original stenciling, Antique 3 board harvest table, Simcoe County slant top desk /original yellow paint with large bottom drawer & false drawer front, Hastings County primitive cupboard in blue/grey paint, Empire style transitional 2 drawer, dovetailed & with original vinegar grained paint (circa 1800), King George II side chair from England, Nova Scotia dresser (refinished), cherry gate leg table (3 board top), set of 6 tiger maple chairs/caned seats, Simcoe County 5 drawer dresser with red paint, Simcoe County captain’s chair, Simcoe County antique jam cupboard/ tin door inserts & ox blood paint, Empire style 6 drawer butternut bonnet shelf with cherry accents (refinished), Antique rod back chair/ splayed legs, Thumb back chair with saddle seat (refinished), primitive barn board cupboard, 2 original stenciled Hitchcock chairs/ rush seats, old chimney cupboard, ash drop leaf table, salesman’s sample 3 drawer chest, 50’s era 6 drawer oak dresser/mirror, Kranich & Bach apt. size piano/ bench tuned with “concert pitch”, Nova Scotia candle table (1700 era), upholstered chair with cabriel legs front & back, assorted primitive chairs ladder backs etc., Acorn style rope bed, rolling pin rope bed, antique arm chair in black paint, old settee reupholstered, General Electric “Hotpoint” electric stove (burners redone) one of GE’s first electric stoves, wood stove, 2 antique open washstands, tin trunk, folk art percheron horse painting, framed mirrors, crocks & pitchers, carved swan butter print, pressed glass footed pedestal bowl, stoneware mixing bowls, folk art sheep painting, 2 framed dummy boards, qty. of agate, tin toy truck, old cutlery boxes, hooked rugs & chair pads, child’s potty chair/ original stenciling, Nova Scotia press glass footed compote, 2 doll cradles, 2 pieces of chalet, child’s tin bath tub, repro “fish” copper weather vane, dough board, lither “Special Hudson-Fulton” in original paint, antique inlaid chess board, rug beater, pair of horse themed lithographs from England, old oil paintings, large lithograph titled “Coming From The Horse Fair”, silver plate tea service, antique spinning wheel, pewter steins, tray & tea pot, old hand made quilts, navy & white woven coverlette, antique cradle, assorted old baskets, floor lamp, old day bed, framed prints, repro of Quebec antique arm chair, pine hanging corner cupboard refinished/door, several old car hood ornaments & trim, old pine tool chest, rocking horse, old sleigh, milk cans, cast iron kettle & trivet, old cook stove, beam scales, large shuffle board, beam tongs, several old rope beds & many many more antique pieces far too many to list everything. Lois Rawn has been an avid collector for many years and is now selling as the farmstead has been sold. This is a sale you don’t want to miss. Please register at the sale for a buyer’s number. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash, Debit, Visa, MC or Cheque/ID Lunch available Owners and/or auctioneers not responsible in case of accident sale day

Call 613-354-6641 to advertise your Auction in The Napanee Beaver

THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014

4:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE Antiques/Collectibles, Furniture, Appliances, Crystal, China, Glass, Military Medals, Boat, Motor, Trailer NOTE: E Bikes, 50 cc Motor Scooters, Several 2 Wheel Mini Bikes/Dirt Bug Bikes Held Approx. 12 Miles West of Kingston, Odessa Fair Grounds (Exhibit Palace), From 401 (Exit 599) Cty. Rd. #6 South Through Lights on Left Kenmore Washer/Dryer (Front Load, can be stackable, Like new); Double Hideabed/Matching Lazy Boy Chair; Cherry Round Extension Table, 4 Matching Chairs; Kitchenette Table/2 Chairs; Bar Stools; Dresser/High Boy/Matching Nite Stands; Solid Maple Dresser; Highboy; Antique Dresser/Mirror; Antique Bridge Lamp; Antique Sewing Machine Table, Oak Top; Oak Magazine Table; Solid 3 Pce. Oak Coffee/End Tables; Wallmount Corner Cabinet; Folding Cot; 70's Spring Rocking Horse; Doll Carriage/Crib Etc.; Only a Partial Listing; Military Medals - 3 Generations of One Family; Pr. Silver Alter Candle Sticks; Carved Collection Plate; Pr. Brass Candlesticks; Westinghouse Wooden Radio; 3 Coke Adv. Bars; Early Wm. Pipe (Kingston) Rare Bottle; Chown Terpentine Paper Label Bottle (Kingston); Mason Jars; Tobacco Tins; Labatts Ash Tray; 2 - Wooden Milk Cases; Crystal Spring Dairy Box; Ainsley #8364 Valencia 8 Place Setting of China; Approx. 25 China Cups/Saucers (Royal Albert, James Kent Etc. Some Very Early); Setting of 12 Cutlery/Case and Extra Pces.); Quantity of China; Crystal; Glass; Oil Lamps and Everyday Dishes; Cooking Pots/Pans; Small Kitchen Appliances; Ironing Board; Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner/Storage Box; Card Table/4 Chairs; Quantity of Books (Arts of Blacksmithing, The Hand Plane, The Game Bird Carvings, Prey and Game Birds, Etc.); Wood Carving Tools; And Others; 2 Kitchen Cabinet Bases Moulded Island Top; Vanity Sink, Medicine Cabinet Etc. Only a Partial Listing; BIKES - John Deere Childs Bike (Like New); Collector English Bike with Locking Key; Raleigh Grand Prix (English) Bike; Bike Helmet; Folding Bike (Like New); TOOLS/YARD/GARDEN - Shed N Chip 5 H.P. Shredder/ Chipper; Gas Power It 2.5 Kohler 6.5 H.P.; Power Washer (New); Craftsman 6" Jointer Planer (used only 2 times); 2 Ton Folding Hyd. Engine Hoist with 8 Ton Cylinder (New); Wet Tile Cutter; Industrial Carpet Cleaner; 7 Ft. Alum. Step Ladder; Pr. Of Pole Climbing Spurs; Electric Chain Saw Sharpener; 3/4" New Craftsman Ratchet/Extension 4 Sockets; Dato Blade; Jig Saw; New Bolts; Router Bits Etc.; 3 Farm Gates; Much More. BOAT - 14' Alum. Boat, Boat Trailer, 28 LB. Thrust Trolling Motor, Oars, Anchor; NOTE - 4 Baja Electric Scooters; 5 - 50 cc Motor Scooters; 3 - 2 Wheeler Mini Bikes; 2 Dirt Bug Mini Bikes; Snow Track 13/28 Demax Snowblower; 2 - John Deere Push Lawn Mowers and Others (This Lot Sold As Is) AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is a very clean sale, something for everyone, sale order - China, Antiques, Tools, Furniture, Outside Items. All Verbal Announcements takes precedence over any written matter. TERMS OF SALE: Cash/Interac/Cheques (with proper I.D.) For Pictures and listing go to www.daveasniderauctionservice.ca DAVE A. SNIDER, AUCTION SERVICE (613-386-3039) AUCTIONEER - BRAD SNIDER (613-386-3773) Owners/Auctioneers will not be responsible for any accident on or about property day of sale

FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH

AT 10:30 AM AUCTION SALE - DAN SCHICK 17914 TELEPHONE ROAD, R.R.# 1 TRENTON, ONT. Exit SOUTH off 401 Highway onto Wooler Road at Trenton (Interchange 422) for 1 mile and turn EAST onto Telephone Road. Collection of vintage and antique restored pedal cars including “Garton” tractor, Thistle Major tractor, AMF pedal cars including “Hook and Ladder”, Junior Scout car, MoBo pedal cars, Shore Patrol jeep, VW bug, Fire Fighter Unit 508, Charger 426 Hemi, John Deere tractor; vintage Gottleib wooden framed pinball machine, collection of press metal toy trucks including Lincoln Allied Moving truck, Canadian Flyer toy, Structo, Tonka; vintage chest style Coca Cola Cooler, chest Pepsi Cooler, Pepsi display, Coca Cola picnic cooler, White Rose gas can, Buckingham tin signage, Marx tin garage, remote controlled air planes, City Service oil bottle, Moto Master gas cans, collection tins, Munro “Bobby Hull” Canadian hockey game still in the box, Lesney, Dinky toys, copper fire extinguisher, iron ware, collection of vintage farm hand tools, wooden pop boxes, iron ware, Schwinn Silver Ray bicycle, AMS Pacific Coast Chopper bicycle, Werlich tricycle, Goodyear bicycle, BF Goodrich bicycle with white walls, vintage snow blowers, child’s red wagon, Antique Adams wooden wheel wagon, John Deere 214 riding lawn mower, vintage Allis Chalmers riding lawn mower, Hand crafted ‘Well Fargo” yard wagon, chainsaw carving, Findlay oval cookstove, antique parlour stove, steel wheels, vintage gas dispenser cans, collection of die cast cars and trucks representing 50″s 60′s and 70′s, numerous other articles. 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


COMMUNITY FARM CALENDAR T H E

Thursday, May 29, 2014

N A P A N E E

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. Register for Beef Sen$e This 4-H Ontario conference is for youth from ages 18 to 25. Find out from some of the top farmers what it takes to run a successful beef operation. Gain an advantage by learning the importance of beef business management and how it can lead to increased profits. By touring top beef farms in Ontario, you’ll see successful management systems in action. Network with young beef farmers and industry leaders and learn the key elements of a succession plan. The maximum number of participants for this conference is limited to 40. This conference is co-managed with the Beef Farmers of Ontario. The conference registration deadline is July 3, 2014 and the date of the event is August 7 – 9, 2014 at Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. The cost to attend is $125 per person + HST. This

includes accommodations, meals, tour travel and resource materials. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. For more information, please visit: bit.ly/1kLWkz9 June 12 - Prince Edward Federation of Agriculture Monthly Director Meeting, 7:30-10pm, OPP Office Boardroom, County Rd. 1, (Schoharie Road), Picton. All Welcome! Contact Patti Stacey at 613-476-3842 or email princeedwardfarmers@gmail.com June 19-21 - Toronto 6th annual Wine & Spirit Festival presented by Sobeys Urban Fresh, Sugar Beach, Toronto in partnership with the 2014 Redpath Waterfront Festival. Join us at Sugar Beach, located at Jarvis and Queen’s Quay! Thursday 6pm - 11pm Friday 5pm - 11pm Saturday Noon 10pm. Advance Tickets: $21.50 purchase at www.ticketfly.com/search/?q=toronto+wine+and +spirit+festival

PIERCY’S FARM MARKET 9715A County Rd 2, East of Deseronto

613-396-3596

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Lennox & Addington Seniors Outreach Services Inc.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF L&A SOS 2014 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Lennox & Addington Seniors Outreach Services Inc (L&A SOS) will take place: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Light Refreshments at 4:00 pm Meeting 4:45 – 6:00 pm 310 Bridge Street, Napanee

For the purpose of receiving the Financial Report of the Auditors for 2013/2014 and appointing auditors for 2014-2015; confirming election of Board members; and transacting such other business as may be required. REGISTRATION Members attending the Annual General Meeting (AGM) are asked to register in advance by Monday June 2, by calling into the office 613-354-6668. Only Members who have paid their membership to L&A SOS are eligible to vote.

PROXY Members who are not able to attend the Annual Meeting should assign another member to vote on their behalf by returning a completed Proxy Form. This form is on our website to print off and submit to SOS by drop off, mail, fax or email by Monday June 2, 2014. Website: www.lasos.ca Email: info@lasos.ca

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LOCAL SERVICES

WATER SYSTEMS

WINDOW CLEANING

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Napanee Golf Report

No Slacker Here

Friday’s top team cards 32 BY DOUG MURISON

Special to the Beaver This week’s Friday night scramble saw nine teams consisting of 40 players enjoy an evening of golf at the Napanee Golf and Country Club. Finishing in the top spot was the team of Kevin Baker, Doug Murison, Lana Latimer, Madeline Brady and Joanne Stafford who led the field with a 32. In second was Bob Kerr, Ross Wannan, Marlene Elliott, Marjorie Finlay and Sue McIsaac, who carded a 33, just edging the team of Rick Gerow, Mark Taylor, Anna Kerr and Martha Brandham who also carded a 33. John Smith, Bud Acton, Cathy Lee, Shirley Egerton and Sheila Wannan followed with a 34, followed closely

DATE: TIME: PLACE:

by Paul Haaksman, Paul McDonald, Bob McIssac and Cynthia Woodcock who also finished with a 34. Sixth place team Darrell Scott, Brian Woodcock, Angie Ash and Karen Brant shared the same score as the seventh place team of Daryl Latimer, Ray Moore, Doug Sexsmith, Tar Brady and Sheryl French

who both had 35. Next to last was the team of Bruce Finlay, Chris Goody, Art Hunter and Jane Pearson, who finished with a 36, just one over par. Last but not least was Jim Ash, Don Pearson, Maureen McDonald and Jane Haaksman, who were awarded their special prizes by the special m/c Art Hunter.

BRIDGE WEST ANIMAL HOSPITAL DR. JULIE AMEY 311 Bridge Street West, Napanee 613-409-PETS (7387) bridgewest@kingston.net www.bridgewestanimalhospital.ca

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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING LENNOX AND ADDINGTON COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL CORPORATION TUESDAY, JUNE 10TH, 2014 7:00 P.M. AIRHART CONFERENCE ROOM

All members of the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Corporation are cordially invited to attend together with staff and interested members of the public. Please note that only those holding memberships in the Corporation are eligible to vote and must be present at the Annual Meeting to vote. Adam Prudhomme-Staff

Scott Slack held an ‘inside ride’ fundraiser on Sunday, facing off against teams of four to see who could pedal the furthest on a stationary bike. Proceeds from the event, along with a yard sale of donated items organized by Oasis Pet Hotel’s Steve and Laura Durnan, went to Slack’s Ride to Conquer Cancer. To donate for his June 7-8 ride, visit www.conquercancer.ca and then search his name under donate.

COMMUNITY PULSE JUNE 8 GOSPEL CONCERT An evening of gospel music featuring ‘Vocal Legacy’, at the Wilton Standard Church at 242 Simmons Rd. in Wilton. Call 613-386-3405. GRAND OLD ENTERPRISE COUNTRY JAMBOREE The Grand Old Enterprise Country Jamboree will be held at 1 p.m. in the Enterprise Hall. This will be the second round of the second annual Youth Talent Competition (18 years and under). Special guest, James Ryce. House band: Fred Brown and Friends (Chuck Daoust, Bill Barkley, Ian Bell, Sammy Johnston); sound by Freeman Daigle. Come out for a great afternoon of fun, music, dancing and listening to the entertainers of the future. Canteen available.

Sponsored by the Newburgh-Camden Lions Club. Call 613-530-5859, 613-378-1553 or 613-379-9972 for more information. Admission $8; open-stage entertainers: Free. JUNE 9 GENERAL MEETING For members of the Tamworth Legion, starting at 7:30 p.m. JUNE 10 PARKINSON’S GROUP BARBECUE Parkinson’s group regular meeting will be a barbecue starting at noon at L&A SOS Building at 310 Bridge St. W. Barbecue for all members and guests for further information call Don Ryan at 613-354-5238. Please note the time change for this meeting only. Regular meetings start again on the second Tuesday of each month starting on Sept 9.

According to the By-Laws of the Corporation of the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital and the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital Foundation, membership is defined as follows: Life Members People who have made a minimum donation of $1,000.00 to the LACGH Foundation are Life Members of both the LACGH Corporation and the LACGH Foundation. Annual Members People who want to be Annual Members can apply to the Office of the CEO at 613-354-3301 ext. 202 and pay an annual fee of $100.00 to the Hospital. This membership is from April 1 through to March 31 of the year in which the membership is paid. Members must live, be employed or carry on business within the catchment area of the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital (i.e. County of Lennox and Addington, Town of Deseronto, Township of Tyendinaga and the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory).

At this year’s Annual General Meeting, changes to the By-Laws will be presented.

Anyone wishing to check their current membership status may contact Angela McCullough, Executive Assistant to the CEO at 613354-3301 ext. 202.

ADOPT-A-PET For adoption info, please call 354-2492 or stop in at 156 Richmond Blvd. Napanee, the L&A Branch of the Humane Society. To view our pets, visit our web site at www.lennoxaddington.ontariospca.ca

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June is Senior’s Month Seniors - Cont. from Page 30 • Employment: Many people now look at retirement as the end of one career and the beginning of another. As retirement draws closer, men and women might want to consider turning an interest or passion into a second career. Such a move might make retirement more exciting while removing some of the fear of finding enough things to pass the time that many people have with regard to retirement. • Relocation: Where to spend your retirement years is another thing to consider before the big day arrives. Do you, like many retirees, prefer to stay in your own home?Do you want to relocate to a warmer climate or move to another country? Do you want to move closer to your children and grandchildren? Do you want to split your time in separate cities? Is a retirement village something you might be amenable to? Each of these options is different, and each requires a different financial commitment, so carefully consider where you want to spend your retirement and then consider how you can make those wishes a reality. • Medical costs: Private insurance or government-

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83 COLLEGE ST., DESERONTO - HOST: DAN JACKSON Great street appeal! Older home on a huge fenced yard with 1 1/2 detached garage. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, newer roof, central air, appliances included. Great starter home! $129,900. (EX3451) MLS 14601801

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96 COLLEGE ST., DESERONTO - HOSTESS: SHARON SHARPE Good 3 bedroom with lovely upgraded country kitchen with tons of cupboards. Central air, 1 1/2 baths, newer shingles, rear shed, 1 1/2 garage, rear deck, lots of parking. $134,900. (EX3515) MLS 14603989

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831 HOGSBACK RD., MARLBANK - HOSTESS: AUDREY ANN HAMILTON This beautiful and stately century home must be seen! Hardwood and softwood floors throughout, huge country kitchen, main floor family room with wood stove. Barn 50x56, triple detached garage. Situated on 30 acres of pasture, mixed bush and a little wetland. $379,900. (EX3505) MLS 14603728 Check out the virtual tour http://www.obeo.com/884516

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35 DURHAM ST., NEWBURGH - HOSTESS: JOHANNE BRUNNER Lovely 3+1 bedroom with natural gas heat. Central air, hardwood floors, new kitchen, newer roof and windows. Finished basement with bath. Close to school. $229,900. (EX3475) MLS 14602610

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283 EDMON ST., DESERONTO - HOSTESS: SHARON SHARPE This 3 bedroom home awaits your inspection. Spacious living room and kitchen. Main floor bedroom, laundry, and bath. Detached garage, handicap accessible. $134,900. (EX3472) MLS 14602400

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4481 COUNTY RD. 9 - HOST: JAMIE YOUMANS This house features a kitchen with large island and breakfast bar, 1 1/2 baths, hardwood floors throughout, high efficiency propane furnace and central A/C, central vac, propane BBQ hookup, double car garage with inside entry and a shed in the back yard. Includes a full basement that is partially finished for you to complete your own way. $269,900. (EX3522) MLS 14604317

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134 PRINCE ST., DESERONTO - HOST: DAN JACKSON Super 3+2 bedroom home with newer gas furnace, 2 baths, hardwood and laminate flooring. Lower level totally finished with outside entry. Inlaw suite potential. $174,900. (EX3518) MLS 14604228

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NEW LISTING

OPEN HOUSE

24 MEADOW LANE JUST LISTED! A must to view. It is immaculate. Large deck at back, vacant, just move in and enjoy! Ceramic flooring and carpet. Asking $124,900. Call me to see. I have the key! (EX3511) MLS 14603900

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10 TESKEY RD. $269,900. - WOW $20,000 REDUCTION High on a hill looking down on the world. Listen to the quiet. Secluded privacy. Away from the world. Large master bedroom looking down on great room. 2 other bedrooms on 1st floor, main floor laundry. Attached two car garage. (EX3300) MLS 13607609

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

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

Independently Owned & Operated

Call Doug Nugent, Sales Rep Home 613-396-5110 Cell 613-483-7768

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

4 6 32 G ar ri so n C o urt $3 2 5, 0 00

WATERFRONT HOME 20 MINS FROM TOWN Elev. bungalow on quiet cul-de-sac with 200+ ft of waterfront, just NE of Napanee, off Petworth Rd. 3 beds, 2-1/2 baths, ask about all the updates. Great swimming, boating, fishing. MLS

*Sales Representative

ELANA CAMPBELL* - 613-929-4795 elanac@royallepage.ca ROBIN KEELER* - 613-331-1156 robink@royallepage.ca www.robinandelana.com

438J CEDARSTONE ROAD - $579,900 MLS 14604323

• Beautiful Home with Spectacular Views on Beaver Lake • 3+2 Bedrooms, 4 Full Baths • Vaulted Ceilings, Granite Countertops & Walkout Basement

Independently Owned and Operated

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

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

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

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

Independently Owned & Operated

NEW PRICE

1398 CALLAGHAN RD. JUST LISTED! Just a short drive to Belleville or Napanee (15 to 20 minutes). Great starter home. Very private, treed 1 acre lot, cozy woodstove in living room. Needs some TLC. $104,000. MLS 14603393

35 SARAH ST. Beautiful, well maintained 2 storey home in a highly desired location. Featuring 3 bedrooms, some hardwood, new solid wood kitchen with raised bar, main floor laundry. Walk-out patio doors off kitchen to extensive decking and above-ground pool. Home is also wired for a generator with panel box. A real pleasure to show. Call today to view. $259,900. (EX3466) MLS 14602266

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

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

Independently Owned & Operated

Call Doug Nugent, Sales Rep Home 613-396-5110 Cell 613-483-7768

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

Independently Owned & Operated

NEW LISTING

NEW PRICE

NEW LISTING

WATERFRONT

1503 SOUTH SHORE RD Enjoy the amazing views of hay bay that this year round home has to offer from the sunroom or the multi level decks. Excellent for swimming, fishing and boating. Updated kitchen, baths, flooring, some new windows, newer furnace and roof. Attached garage with inside entry to house and an additional storage room under garage with access to basement. Asking $239,000. (M24) MLS 14601924

226 NEWBURGH ROAD Maintenance free elevated bungalow with attached garage. Close to everything Napanee has to offer. Including 6 appliances, central air, central vac and large open concept kitchen. Finished basement with extra bedroom and 3 piece bath. Private fenced yard with garden barn. Many more extras including video surveillance system. $224,900. (EX3477) MLS 14602782

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

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage

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

Independently Owned & Operated

Sutton GroupMasters Realty Inc. Brokerage

INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

1650 Bath Rd., Kingston 613-384-5500

VICTORIAN DOUBLE BRICK IN NAPANEE Charming 3 BR with original woodwork, main floor laundry, eat-in kitchen with pantry and open concept. Updated and Ready to move right in. $172,500.

Carol Harvey Sales Rep.

Call Direct: 613-540-2659

callch@sympatico.ca


MICHELE HEANEY

PEG CAMPBELTON

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WATERFRONT 438J CEDARSTONE RD. • Beautiful Home with Spectacular Views on Beaver Lake • 3+2 Bedrooms, 4 Full Baths • Vaulted Ceilings, Granite Countertops & Walkout Basement

$189,900. MLS 14604126

* Not intended to solicit properties already listed.

$264,000. MLS 14602372

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Call for a Free Market Evaluation $289,900. MLS 1460

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613-449-4200

$319,900.

$579,900. MLS 14604323

Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage 9 Commercial Court, Napanee 101 William Henderson Drive Unit 1

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WATERFRONT 5851 COUNTY ROAD 41

1058 PERRY ROAD

• Waterfront Bungalow • Pool • Triple Car Garage

• Beautiful Marble Lake • Open Concept • 4 Acres

$342,000. MLS 14603170

$179,900. MLS 14604024

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

WATERFRONT

330 SKOOTAMATTA LAKE RD

1851 COUNTY RD 9 NAPANEE

9035 COUNTY RD 2 NAPANEE

• Excellent Value • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths • Huge 32’x32’ Garage/Workshop

• 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths • Beautiful Decks Overlooking Property • Attached Double Garage/ Workshop

• Large Open Concept Main Floor • Beautiful Kitchen Cupboards • Large Detached Garage & Workshop

$349,900. MLS 14603440

$239,000. MLS 14602173

$349,000. MLS 14602134

WATERFRONT 4307 OTTAWA ST., HARROWSMITH

506 SHERMANS POINT RD.

483 CAMDEN ROAD, NAPANEE

• High Ceilings & Bay Windows • Eat -in Kitchen + Separate Dining Room • Detached Garage/Workshop with Hydro & Water

• Over 97 ft. Waterfront on Long Reach • 3 Bedrooms • Year-Round Home

• 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Walkout to Deck & Fenced Yard • Partly Finished Basement with Huge Rec. Room

$309,000. MLS 14602972

WATERFRONT 1087B HUGHES LANDING RD. • 640ft frontage on Beautiful Skootamatta Lake • 2 Bedrm Cottage + Bunkie • Great for Fishing & Boating

$199,000. MLS 14602806

$249,900. MLS 14602284

WATERFRONT

75 RIVER RD. NAPANEE

WATERFRONT 345 RED CEDAR POINT RD.

• Tastefully Decorated • Finished Basement • Municipal Services

• Level Waterfront • 3 Bedrooms • Metal Roof

$339,900. MLS 14602808

NEW PRICE

• 85+ Acre Property • 3 Bedrooms • Minutes from Picton

213 MITCHELLS CROSSROAD, PICTON

WATERFRONT

208 PERCH COVE, NAPANEE • 2 Bedroom Cottgage on the Lake • Clean Level Waterfront with Dock • Large Detached Garage

$262,500. MLS 14601304

$399,000. MLS 14601151

$295,500. MLS 14603139

$234,800. MLS 14600218

1010 MARYSVILLE ROAD

WATERFRONT 466 DUNDAS ST., NAPANEE

2762 COUNTY RD 27

WATERFRONT 379 RED CEDAR POINT RD.

• Beautiful Limestone Home • Open Concept with Wide Plank Pine Floors • Backs onto Salmon River

• Waterfront Bungalow • Municipal Services • Bonus Room in Basement

• Double Attached Garage • 10 Acres • 3 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths

• Open Concept 3 Bedroom Home • Large Deck • Detached Garage

$219,900. MLS 14600475

$117,000. MLS 14600161

32 OLD COUNTY ROAD 9

175 - 316 HAIG RD., BELLEVILLE

• Chalet Style • Waterview, Close to Boat Ramp • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths

• 2 Bedroom Condo • Enjoy the view from the Balcony • Close to Hospital, Waterfront & Shopping

VACANT LAND:

$307,900. MLS 14604442

NEW PRICE

1084 ACADIA DR., KINGSTON • 3 Bedroom, Double Car Garage Home • Master Ensuite • Beautifully Landscaped Fenced Yard

$249,900. MLS 14602341 - 61 BRICKWORKS RD • Beautiful Lot • 4 Acres • Drilled Well $38,000. MLS 13608507 - CRAIGEN ROAD • 65 Acres • Mixed Hardwood & Wetland • Great for Hunting & ATVs


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Host: Sue Rankin, Sales Rep

Greg Wagar

Trent Mosier

Broker of Record

Sales Representative

Marten D. Lewis

Cathy Conrad

613-541-9781

Sales Representative

613-539-9852

Tanya Myatt Mosier

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613-532-0330

Marlene McGrath

Sales Representative

613-849-3264

Rick Gerow

Sales Representative

613-329-9546

Bob Rae

Sales Representative

613-561-0907

613-483-9618

Broker

613-484-2636

624 HAMBLY RD

Host: Marlene McGrath, Sales Rep

753 DESERONTO ROAD

Corner of County Rd 1 West (502) and Deseronto Road. 18 Acre Horse Farm 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths. Only 2 minutes from the 401! Asking $374,500. (M04) MLS 14600335

This 55 acre farm has a 12 year old bungalow, complete with main floor laundry, 3 bedrooms, currently operating as a horse farm. Level land with 40 acres hay fields, never sprayed; 11 year old huge 32` x 48` shop/garage; 11 year old horse barn 31` x 27` with 4 stalls, one being a huge foaling stall; spacious tack room with shelves, saddle racks and hay loft. This is a private country spot with a long driveway only ten minutes South of Napanee. Asking $419,900 (M37) MLS 14602839

Host: Patsy Rhines, Sales Rep

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

195 WHITE LAKE ROAD # C

DESIRABLE WATERFRONT LOT

Just 10 minutes from Napanee, this superb building location features 187 feet of level shoreline, a southern exposure and fabulous views up Hay Bay. Gradual slope to the water`s edge would easily facilitate a walkout lower level. Cleared, fenced ready to build on and conveniently adjacent to the boat launch at the bottom of Cuthill Lane. Asking $179,900 (M44) MLS 14603143

15359 LITTLE LAKE RD., BRIGHTON Perfect for the commuter only minutes from 401. Fully renovated w/inlaw suite. 5 bed/2 full baths. Country lot w/creek. Asking $299,900. MLS 14604506

200 LUFFMAN RD

1600 sq. ft. home has a lot to offer. Open concept kitchen/living/dining area, pine floors, wooded ceiling, detached workshop, shed. Excellent well, a little over 3 acres, fully wooded. Asking $227,500 (M48) MLS 14603762

951 COUNTY ROAD 25

9 yr old all stone country home built on 14.8 acres, complete with a large barn. Country living at its best with a mixture of woods, pastures, fields creeks and a massive garden. $339,900 (M50) MLS 14603942

Sue Rankin

You will enjoy your summers at this very nice 3 seasoned, 2 bedroom modular on beautiful White Lake. Part of Cedar Cove Estates. Fully furnished! Excellent for snowbirds, cedar cove is a corporation, each owner owns a share of the entire property with title to their lots deeded back to the share owner by the corporation. $250.00 yearly covers your common expenses. Asking $75,000 (M36) MLS 14602831

NEW PRICE

Sales Representative

613-536-8589

Patsy Rhines

195 FRIZZELL ROAD, STONE MILLS 2,100 sq. ft. home features 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Asking $285,000. (L97) MLS 14601834

57 SPLINTER DR

Great home for first time buyer, or investment property. 3 bedrooms 1 1/2 baths, large eat-in kitch. Asking $129,900 (M35) MLS 14602824

19 MAIN ST ODESSA

Sales Representative

613-331-0536

Paul Wagar

Sales Representative

613-484-1603

Barry Brummel

Sales Representative

613-484-0933

308 BELLEVILLE RD

Only $179,900. this cute war time home has had many upgrades. 2 + 1 bedrooms. Walking distance from schools. Quick closing available. (M15) MLS 14601224

5467 COUNTY ROAD 8

3 bedroom bungalow in Village of Dorland. 4pc. & 2 pc. bath. FAO heating, central air and woodstove. Full finished basement. Newer windows and doors. 16` x 28` 2 tier deck. Asking $199,900. (M22) MLS 14601786

265 PALACE RD.

This 3 plus 1 bedroom, 2 full bath home will make an ideal home for your growing family. Large fenced in backyard with 24` above ground pool, wrap around porch, close to Napanee Golf and Country Club. Walking distance to down town. Quick closing available. Asking $174,900. (M42) MLS 14603031

55.8 Acres of Development Land with 234.29’ Road Frontage on Main St (County Rd 2) Part of the land is within the Odessa West Neighbourhood Plan; Great Location, Walking Distance to Ernestown Secondary and Odessa Public Schools; 10-15 Min Drive to Kingston and Minutes from the 401. Asking $2,475,000. (M21) MLS 14601746

1262 LAZIER RD

898 COUNTY ROAD 12 Salmon River Estate www.898countyroad12.com Asking $999,900. (M31) MLS 14602544

Solid older (circa 1896) post and beam farmhouse and carriage house. Gutted to the post and beam frame in 2006 and rebuillt with today’s efficiencies into a 2 storey plus great room board & batten home. Trimmed with wood, complimentary laminate flooring, fixtures, kitchen and baths and propane heating. Detached garage, interlocking patio, large deck and sunroom. Tastefully landscaped property and 2 golf holes on the panoramic 4 acre site with pond. Asking $349,900 (M51) MLS 14604061

182 ACRES - CRAIGEN RD With over 1700 feet of road frontagest. Asking $124,900. (M38) MLS 14602843

4329 COUNTY ROAD 9

88 GROVE ST., NEWBURGH 3 Bedroom bungalow with 300` of waterfront on the Napanee River. Asking $249,900. (M27) MLS 14602299

Well maintained waterfront property on Hay Bay. Updates over the last few years include: roofing, furnace/ac/heat pump, most windows, carpeting, central vac, bsmt bath, driveway grading & gravel. Fantastic view of Hay Bay. This efficient 3+1 bedroom/2 bath home is located just 20 minutes south of Napanee and Hwy 401 on one of Ontario’s select fishing & boating waterways. Update/upgrade list available. Asking $298,900. (M28) MLS 14602433

530 COUNTY RD 27

Well maintained farmhouse featuring original wood trim and wood railings, main floor windows with upper leaded glass, high ceilings, main floor laundry/bath. newer roof and some newer windows. Potential bonus room over attached workshop. Asking $392,000. (M23) MLS 14601910

4180 KING ST VERONA 3 bedrooms open concept Meadow wood Mobile Home Park. Asking $89,900. (M03) MLS 16600196

454 PALACE RD.

Immaculate 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home with attached 1 1/2 car garage. Open concept living space. With the exception of the rec rm, all flooring has been upgraded to ceramic, bamboo and laminate over the last 3 yrs. Kitchen island, countertop and plumbing 2013. Large lot (79 ft frontage) with no neighbours to the rear. Nice curb appeal and quick access to Hwy 401 Asking $249,900. (M40) MLS 14602872

34 REID STREET Fully fenced backyard, ensuite off master bedroom, oak kitchen with island and a two tier deck. Rec room with gas freestanding stove, den, bedroom and full bath. Asking $239,900. (M30) MLS 14602469

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

VACANT LAND

200 ACRES of excellent recreational property for the avid hunter. Ponds on the property and dug well. Great deer and bear hunting. Located 20 minutes north of the 401. Asking $110,000. (M39) MLS 14602845


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THE NAPANEE BEAVER THE PICTON GAZETTE EMC/METROLAND NEWSPAPERS. 23 COMMUNITY PUBLICATIONS REACHING OVER 500,000 HOMES.

TO PLACE ADS OR FLYERS IN 1 OR IN ALL 23 COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS, CONTACT YOUR AD REP TODAY! 613-354-6641 (Napanee) 613-476-3201 (Picton)


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

email: wmitchell@exitnapanee.ca

OPEN HOUSE SUN. 1-3PM

447 HOLDEN RD. - HOSTESS: ELAINE TARANU 3+2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $259,900. (EX3516) MLS 14603998

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

OFFICE: 354-4800 CELL: 541-9152

email:gmitchell@exitnapanee.ca

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 12-2PM

NEW LISTING

4481 COUNTY RD. 9 - HOST: JAMIE YOUMANS 4 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $269,900. (EX3522) MLS 14604317

NEW LISTING

8 THOMAS ST. 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $94,900. (EX3528) MLS 14604440

NEW LISTING

373 DUNDAS ST. W. 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH (EX3519) $499,900. MLS 14604162

NEW LISTING

237 PLEASANT DR. 2+2 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $384,900. (EX3529) MLS 14604458

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

NEW LISTING

59 BEVERLY ST. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $285,900. (EX3520) MLS 14604206

NEW LISTING

285 BARRETT BLVD. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $219,900. (EX3530) MLS 14604465

SOLD

200 DUNDAS ST. W. 1 BATH $169,900. (EX3464) MLS 14602105 BEDROOM/STUDIO,

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

505 COUNTY RD. 8 3+1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $219,900. (EX3523) MLS 14604349

236 ROBERT ST. TO BE BUILT - 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $199,900. (EX3526) MLS 14604374

SOLD

WATERFRONT

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

7 CENTRE ST., UNIT 104, 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $199,900. (EX3510) MLS 14603885

543B SOUTH SHORE RD. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH - $398,900. (EX3532)

2382 COUNTY RD. 11 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $289,900. (EX3480) MLS 14602957

21 UNITED ST. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $169,900. (EX3455) MLS 14601860

NEW PRICE

WATERFRONT

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

7 CENTRE ST., UNIT 107 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $179,900. (EX3462) MLS 14602041

9396 COUNTY ROAD 2

5 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $314,900. (EX3450) MLS 14601789

17 HARTWOO CRES. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $334,900. (EX3479) MLS 14602920

18 WATER ST. E. 1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $250,000. (EX3319) MLS 13607632

10 HARTWOOD CRES. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $324,900. (EX3488) MLS 14603331

9 BRANCH ST. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $239,900. (EX3495) MLS 14603439

166 SIMCOE 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH $289,900. (EX3421) MLS 14600866

128 THOMAS ST. E. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $169,900. (EX3424) MLS 14600874

285 DUNDAS STREET W. 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $269,900. (EX3447) MLS 14601752

52 COUNTRY CLUB DR. 3+1 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH $589,000. (EX3437) MLS 14601492

16 UNITED ST. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $179,900. (EX3435) MLS 14601439

SOLD

498 PALACE RD. 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH $244,900. (EX3418) MLS 14600662

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SOLD

455 CENTRE ST. Location, location, location! Prime commercial site located on Centre Street North across from the Napanee Mall and right beside Petro Canada. 1400 sq. ft. Butler building features 2 entrances off Centre Street. $599,900. (EX3401) MLS 13609803

VACANT LAND COUNTY RD. 9 - Excellent 92 acre parcel to build your dream home. Overlooking Hay Bay, the land features 40 acres workable, a good woodlot on the back of the property with some pasture land. $124,900. (EX3501) MLS 14603548

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

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

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

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH (ROUGH-IN FOR 2ND) $149,900. (EX3499) MLS 14603458

44 QUAKER HILL RD. 4 BEDROOM, 1 BATH

$189,900. (EX3413) MLS 14600482

VACANT LAND

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. 416 DUNDAS ST. W. - Waterfront property on the Southern exposure, gentle shoreline and sandly lake bed. Napanee River. Approved for 12 unit apartment building Private from road by trees. Includes drilled well, bunkie (plan included), or a single residential home. $225,000. and dock. Not many lots available on Beaver Lake and this (EX3414) MLS 14600533 is one-of-a-kind. Call before it’s gone! $169,900. (EX3459) MLS 14601939 If you like wide open spaces, this building lot is perfect for you. Build you dream home on this very nice, level lot and 92 GLENNELM RD. - Great 15 acre building lot with lots have space to roam. New well with lots of water. Taxes to of privacy. Just minutes from town. $48,900. (EX3402) be assessed. $49,900. (EX3044) MLS 13600215 MLS 13608425

NEW LISTING

38 MOWBRAY RD. 5 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $269,900. (EX3502) MLS 14603576

VACANT LAND

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 neighbouring lots. $49,900. (EX3373) MLS 13609013

183 RED CEDAR POINT RD. 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH $198,500. (EX3500) MLS 14603526

VACANT LAND

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. (EX3386) MLS 13609448

PRISTINE SHORELINE - SHERMAN’S POINT ROAD - KIMMETT SIDE RD. - 2 acre industrial lot close to Build your dream home on this 100’ waterfront x 300’ Goodyear, good access to Hwy. 401. Utilities at the road. cleared level lot. Nestled within the cedars on the shores $89,900. (EX3415) MLS 14600527 of Long Reach. $175,000. (EX3049) MLS 13600288 VANLUVEN RD. - 8 acres of prime commercial land. Great building lot with lots of privacy. Just minutes from Services at lot line. Located just off 41 Highway on town. $49,900. (EX3045) MLS 13600234 Vanluven Rd. (EX3317) MLS 13607574

County Rd. 8, South Shore Rd. 225 acres of vacant land. Featuring approximately 80 acres of mixed wood, some work land, the remainder pasture. $350,000. (EX3387) MLS 13609454 BUILD YOU OWN DREAM HOME on this beautiful 63 acre parcel. Approx. 30 acres of workable and 13 acres of cedar, pine, and spruce. Remaining is brush. $99,900. (EX3179) MLS 13603821 PETWORTH RD. - Build your dream home on this 3.43 acre lot with a drilled well already on the property. $59,900. (EX3142) MLS 13602636


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234 THOMAS STREET, DESERONTO

Good family home with 3 bedrooms, main floor laundry, 2 baths. Some updates: High efficiency gas furnace (‘12), hot water tank (‘14), kitchen countertops. Call today. $135,900. MLS 14602240

134 SCHOOL ROAD, STONE MILLS

Beautiful country bungalow within walking distance to the school, village and park. Features double attached garage, kitchen/dining room combo with new laminate flooring throughout, 2 decks, A/C, C/Vac, roof ‘08. Enjoy the privacy of your surroundings. A great starter home or a place for retirees. $187,400. MLS 14601120

KELLY PERCIVAL

Independently Owned & Operated

email: kellyp@exitnapanee.ca

www.exitnapanee.ca

TRIPLE CAR GARAGE!

Gorgeous character-filled country home except it is all newer. The woman in the house will fall in love with the large kitchen, the man will fall in love with the oversized triple car garage that has enough power to do welding. The master bedroom is huge and has a private deck overlooking the countryside as well as an ensuite and walk-in closet. The wrap-around covered front porch is a great place for your morning coffee. Garage built in ‘09, house built in ‘93, new roof, 35 year shingles in ‘07, 60 amp generator panel. $299,000. MLS 14600244

Separately metered duplex. 1-3 bdrm side, 1-2 bdrm side. Newer flooring, f r e s h l y painted. Great investment property! MLS 13603423 $119,000.

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122 ACRES!

Stop dreaming and start living in this 4 bedroom waterfront home. Open concept kitchen to cook in and watch the boats go by at the same time. Propane fireplace in living room for those chilly nights. Master bedroom has ensuite bath. Large deck to sip your morning coffee and watch the fish jump in the beautiful Hay Bay. Large boathouse with approval previously to build on top of it. Come to the Walleye capital of the world and enjoy your piece of paradise all year round. $325,000 MLS 14601821

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234 DUNDAS ST., DESERONTO

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. $99,900. MLS 14601416

Character filled older farm house with 122 acres of land to farm on or play on. Home features new outdoor wood furnace, some new windows, steel roof. Land has 80 acres workable, 20 acres pasture and 22 acres bush. Property is fully fenced and has a spring at back of property and a drilled well with plenty of water. $234,000. MLS 14604303

NEW G LISTIN

HAY BAY WATERFRONT

Highly desirable neighbourhood and a great home. Interior features 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, jacuzzi tub, new hardwood flooring in living room and dining room, gas fireplace in your large dining room. Newly drywalled and insulated eat in kitchen with mud room off of kitchen. Newer windows, 3 large bay windows, steel roof and great wrap around porch. Walk to the river and the golf course. $189,000. MLS 14600286

SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Immaculate 3+1 bedroom semi. All new flooring, all new lighting, new central air in 2012, new kitchen in lower level. This home can have a seperate in-law suite with their own entrance. Shows very well. $174,900. MLS 14601972

INCOME PROPERTY

MIKE GORDON

Kingston

DARREN HILL

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148 CALDERWOOD DRIVE , KINGSTON SHORT WALK TO ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE Nice 4 bedroom backsplit with 2 full baths, fenced in yard. Recent upgrades including high efficiency gas furnace, roof, a/c, kitchen, new flooring throughout and more. Just a short walk to St. Lawrence College makes for a good investment or a place to call home. Quick closing possible. All appliances included. Call today! $274,900. MLS 14603166

221 NEWBURGH RD., NAPANEE

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32 Industrial Blvd., Napanee

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325 GINGER ST. Nice semi on a quiet, family oriented street. Large eat-in kitchen opens to a spacious living room. Lower level features walk out basement, rec room, 2 more bedrooms and full bath. $169,900. MLS 14602658

LOG HOME IN THE WOODS Ever dreamed of owning a log home with a view of the water? Start living the dream in this beautiful 3 bedroom log house, huge kitchen with full wall pantry and island, balcony overlooking the large living room, master bedroom has a balcony looking out onto the water. Fully finished lower level with walkout has inlaw suite potential. Detached garage. Hurry on this one! $309,900. MLS 14603357

WAYNE ELDER

Sales Representative OFFICE

613-354-4800 CELL

613-536-8897

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

2289 MORVEN CRES. Enjoy country living on quiet Morven Cres. just minutes from Napanee and easy access to 401 and Kingston. Beautifully maintained bungalow with 1980 sq. ft. of living space and full unfinished basement. Hardwood floors, sunken living room with stone fireplace. Open concept overlooking in-ground pool in back yard. Many upgrades. Shows immaculate! $279,000. (EX3294) MLS 13606981

694 ADDINGTON STREET, STONE MILLS Beautifully maintained family home that has been redone top to bottom. Large village lot close to park. Updated and open kitchen with plumbing, windows, wiring and drywall upgrades. Detached, insulated garage in double wide drive. Double whirlpool tub. $172,000. (EX3426) MLS 14600977

NEW PRICE

VACANT LAND

COUNTY RD. 8 2 lots for $59,900. (EX3129) 6 acres $169,900. (EX3131)

INVESTMENT PROPERTY

Approved for 48 lots. $379,000. (EX3131)

BUILDING LOT

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

356 MAIN ST., DESERONTO Commercial building with living quarters. Good central location next to library for any type of retail. Fenced rear yard with parking. Inclusions: fridge, stove, woodstove, storage shed. $99,900. (EX3369) MLS 13608915

81 COUNTY RD. 12 Enjoy country living. Minutes from Napanee. Well maintained/immaculate country home. Bright southern exposure with 4 bedrooms. Large main rooms. Detached garage. Adjacent 48.5 acres could be purchased. Call listing agent for details on adjoining property. $183,500. (EX3456) MLS 14601912

232 JOHN ST., NAPANEE Victorian charm in town. High ceilings, french doors in large main rooms, formal dining room. Upgraded windows, R-52 attic insulation, 3 1/2 year old H.E. natural gas furnace, 6 year old roof, 6 year old 32’x14’ heated sports pool with elephant cover. Gas fireplace and 3 bathrooms. Old fashion charm. Walking distance to amenities. $224,900. (EX3439) MLS 14601577

1186 ELM TREE RD, CENTRAL FRONTENAC From this immaculate bungalow enjoy majestic views and vivid colours from the decks and gazebo of Little Clear Lake. Very private setting offers crown land bordering the property. Stream running through and fully serviced trailer in the woods accessible by a foot-bridge for weekend guests. New furnace, heated garage with workshop and den and bar. Minutes to Hwy. 7 and Sharbot Lake. Call for the numerous upgrades. $249,900. (EX3419) MLS 14600708

726 WESTPLAIN RD. New bungalow on 30 acres minutes from Napanee. Rural and very private setting for the ultimate in privacy. 10gpm drilled well. 2 bedroom. Property being sold “as is”. $149,900. (EX3514) MLS 14603960

685 ADDINGTON ST., TAMWORTH Brick bungalow on large lot. Windows and roof replaced in 2007. 3 Bedrooms. Everything on main floor, bright southern exposure. Includes appliances, perfect starter home. Rear deck overlooks opoen space and woods. $169,000. (EX3483) MLS 14603117

369 SOUTH SHORE ROAD Professionally renovated waterfront bungalow. 4 appliances. 2006 furnace. New kitchen overlooking Hay Bay. Pellet stove, wood fireplace and detached garage. Enjoy sunsets from he large deck and gazebo at waterfront. Gabion supported shoreline. $249,000. (EX3491) MLS 14603398

SOLD

209 THOMAS ST. W., NAPANEE Economical living in this quaint, tastefully decorated, immaculate starter home. Updated bathroom and kitchen including faucet and backsplash. Main floor hardwood, separate dining room with garden doors to deck and fully fenced back yard. Affordable utility bills, central air. $179,900. (EX3463) MLS 14602049

HAY BAY

NEW PRICE

226 NEWBURGH ROAD Maintenance free elevated bungalow with attached garage. Close to everything Napanee has to offer. Including 6 appliances, central air, central vac and large open concept kitchen. Finished basement with extra bedroom and 3 piece bath. Private fenced yard with garden barn. Many more extras including video surveillance system. $224,900. (EX3477) MLS 14602782

80 QUEEN ST. MARLBANK Affordable and nicely decorated Marlbank home. 5 minutes from 3 fishing lakes and 20 minutes to 401. Wood and pellet stoves for heating. Fenced yard with heated detached garage. Pine siding. Entire upper level is one bedroom. Easily converted to two. Move in condition. Why rent? $104,000. (EX3504) MLS 14603603


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At first glance, it feels like home. Lovely curb appeal, long drive- way and room for several vehicles. Oversized double attached garage and front porch are just the beginning. The flowing floor plan in this home makes it easy to entertain. Bright living room with skylights, separate but open dining room and great eat-in kitchen with cherry cabinets and plenty of storage. The main level also offers a powder room, laundry and large family room with woodstove and garage entry. 3 bedrooms, spacious bath and loft style den/office/craft room. Come and visit me this Saturday to view this lovely country home! 1477 Lower Slash Rd, Deseronto. MLS®# 2141859 $229,000

Contact Lisa or Linda today!

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JOHN CURRAN Sales Representative

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NEW LISTINGS ARE WELCOME! Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage* Independently Owned and Operated

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I can help with any of your real estate needs.

Email: john.curran@century21.ca Website: johncurranrealestate.com

CONTACT JOHN TODAY AT 613-328-1767

61 ACRES PALACE ROAD This unique parcel is right in town with municipal services directly across the street. 1883 ft. street frontage provides tremendous potential for residential development. Included is a 4 bedroom century limestone home and a 48’x60’ post and beam barn in good condition. This is a beautiful elevated setting with great views over the town and is fully surveyed. Call for details. M L S 14600095 $499,900.

1006 BETHEL ROAD COUNTRY 2 STOREY This beautiful family home is well kept and ready to move into. This 8 year old home has 4 bedrooms and three baths. Features include formal living and dining rooms, main floor family room, eat in kitchen with lots of cupboard space and upper level laundry area. Wood floors throughout the main level, a gas fireplace and a high dry unfinished basement with a walkout complete the home. Sitting on 4.31 acres makes this the perfect country home just looking for a family to move into it. MLS 14600027 $309,900.

GREAT POTENTIAL, GREAT PRICE Excellent 25 acre parcel of land with many possible uses. Small insulated office 16’x12’ with 100 amp service, woodstove and attached garage/storage 11’x23’, all with aluminum siding and metal roof. Additional outbuilding made with 3 45 foot trailers in U shape with good metal roof over opening supported by trusses. Concrete slab at rear 12’x45’, also covered. This property is subject to HST. Possible vendor take back at good rate available. All chattels on the property are available for negotiated sale. List is available. MLS 14600834 $119,900.

Sales Representative Cell 613-484-4743

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

10 HARTWOOD CRESCENT 1612 sq ft solid brick 2 + 2 bedroom bungalow with vaulted ceilings. Patio door off kitchen/breakfast nook combo, formal dining room with gleaming hardwood floors throughout kitchen, dining and living room. Massive master bedroom with walk in closet and 3 piece ensuite. Full, finished basement with 2 bedrooms and a large rec room. $324,900. MLS 14603331

FALLS RD. Very nice building lot about 15 minutes from town and 401. Easy commute to Napanee or Belleville. Very nice road with upscale homes in the area. Level lot and partially treed. Dug well with return rate of approximately 16 gals. a minute according to report. MLS 14600096 $34,900.

DRIVE IN ROAD -

REDUCED Very desirable 27

Acre lot, backing on to the 401 and with 645 ft of frontage on Drive In Road. This property has two gates and a drilled well. There is a Hydro easement on the property. The Seller has no information on the well and has never used it. MLS 14600840 $109,900.

D LD OL SO S

7 CENTRE STREET, UNIT 107 Looking for a ground level 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo? Look no further. All new windows and doors, all new flooring throughout in the last 5 years. Large master with ensuite and walk-in closet. Beautiful riverview from the patio. $179,900. MLS 14602041

1209 SHIBAGUA RD.

2382 COUNTY ROAD 11 Excellent family home, close to town. This 4 bedroom, 3 bath offers generous room sizes, newer windows, full unspoiled basement, large double car detached garage. Patio doors off den to large deck, very private. This is a must to view! $289,900. MLS 14602957

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

3.79 ACRES ON

REDUCED B U T T E R M I L K

REDUCED Time to give Privacy and up the snow good sized shovel? yard makes This fabuthis a super lous main choice for level, waterthe first time front condo o w n e r. awaits you! L a r g e r Picturesque r o o m s view of the throughout Napanee with eat-in River with kitchen parks and which has loads of shopping nearby. Carefree living in a security building. This 3 bedroom, two bath pine cupboards and wainscoting in dining area. Home also has newer steel roof, siding unit, with in-unit laundry and storage, offers you all you need without all the outdoor upkeep and large concrete porch! Very close to the quaint Village of Tamworth. Offered at 105,000. hassles. $189,900. MLS 14601760 MLS 14602481 11 CENTRE ST., UNIT 104, NAPANEE

JOHANNE BRUNNER

VACANT LAND

NEW LISTING

THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS – 38 MOWBRAY ROAD – $269,900. 2 separate deeded properties. House and 1 acre and barn and 45 acres being sold as one. 5 bedroom home could be resold if you like and you could build a new home on 45 acre parcel. All set up for horses already! Good deep soil here! Got ideas? Act on them! (EX3502) MLS 14603576

OPEN HOUSE SUN. 2-4PM

759 COUNTY RD. 41 $219,900. Location is a win, win! Close to town but rural setting. Only minutes to all amenities. No water and sewer bill and cheaper rate of taxes than urban. This 3 bedroom side-split with attached garage is waiting for you! (EX3434) MLS 14601425

NEW PRICE

10 TESKEY RD. $269,900. - WOW $20,000 REDUCTION High on a hill looking down on the world. Listen to the quiet. Secluded privacy. Away from the world. Large master bedroom looking down on great room. 2 other bedrooms on 1st floor, main floor laundry. Attached two car garage. (EX3300) MLS 13607609

399 MAIN ST., NEWBURGH $129,900. Fantastic lot. Little less than 2 acres right in the heart of historic Newburgh! House requires T.L.C. Being sold “as is.” If you are looking for a project, this is it. (EX3512) MLS 14603932 3 CEDAR ST. $99,900. Retirement living at its best in this seniors’ park. Nice 9’x20’ deck just off sunroom addition. Bright open concept, large master bedroom, 2 bedrooms, kitchen with ample cupboards, appliances included. On water and sewer. (EX3113) MLS 13601800


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Kanvers Way, Napanee (Bridge Street West to Angus, to Beverly, to Kanvers Way)

SALES OFFICE 613-354-7474 CELL 416-576-4473

10 Models to Choose From

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N E W S E M I S & B U N G A L OW S R E A DY N OW ! ! From 1200 - 1310 sq.ft.

Starting at $225,000.

Many sizes to suit your needs Bungalows & 2 Storeys on 50’ Lots

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LOT 12 - Model 1380 1380 SF 2 bdrm, 2 bath, ideal home for downsizing, mn flr laun, step-in shower, many upgrades, hdwd, ceramic, no rear neighbours $279,900 HST Incl.

LOT 5 - Model 1530 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large 3 car garage. Many upgrades including hardwood flooring, ceramic tile, oak stairs.

Full 7 year TARION Warranty

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Beautiful wooden railings and kitchen cabinetry!

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4 2 LARGE LOTS STILL AVAILABLE! Robert Storring ELISHA

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BILL MCCUTCHEON

BROKER OF RECORD 613-453-4347 KASHWAKAMAK LAKE YEAR-ROUND HOME Lovely home and property on a year round road. Nice protected waterfrontage with 100 ft. on the lake. The dwelling has been well maintained with an abundance of windows allowing excellent lake views. Fireplace in livingroom, 2 bedrooms, workshop in basement, 2 additional storage buildings and a newer 2 car detached garage. Move to the lake year round and enjoy the “good” life. Asking $259,900. MLS 14600756 Call today.

200 ROBERT ST. Don’t miss out on seeing this vibrant, 3 level, Victorian style home with many modern upgrades including roof (2011), both bathrooms (2010), windows (2008) and updated flooring, to name a few. Original tin ceilings in dining room, tin panelling in the kitchen, and custom etched glass windows just add to the character of this unique home. Located on a quiet street close to all amenities, this 2000 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house is the perfect place for your next home. All of this with a fully fenced back yard and a detached garage. $210,000. MLS 13609822

VACANT LOT Kashwakamak Lake building lot on Myers Cave Rd. with yearround access. This is a great building lot for your new home. Hydro and driveway installed. 2 good building locations on the lot. There is a lower building spot that has easy access off the road. There is also an elevated building location but WOW what a view of the lake. Full survey available. Asking price of $110,000. MLS 14600755

OPEN HOUSE SAT. MAY 31ST 1-3PM

210 CENTRE ST., NAPANEE Minutes from downtown Napanee, this spacious 2 storey home has a lot of character! 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with an eat-in kitchen as well as a separate dining room. Large detached garage/storage shed. Walking distance to all amenities! Fall in love with this century brick home! $198,900. MLS 14600360

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

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FARM AND ACRES 412 ACRES - Family homestead for family who wants lots of space. This farm has something for everyone in the family. Well maintained and updated home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, main floor family room. Good barns. Land consists of a mix of workland, pasture, large hardwoods, year-round creek, ponds, trails and great hunting. Located at the end of a dead end road but within 35 km to Kingston and 17 km to Napanee. Call for full details $449,900. MLS 14602292

Excellent family home on Beverly Street, Napanee. 2650 sq. ft. family home on a spacious town lot. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, main floor family room, separate dining room, eat-in kitchen , 2 car attached garage. All brick exterior and large rear deck. Priced at $289,000. MLS 13608793 Call for full details.

Broker

2 bedroom cottage with 3 piece spacious kitchen/ living room area. Propane heater, gas hot water on demand, and propane space heater. The property includes 2 waterfront lots with nice frontage and are well wooded. Drilled well. Large boathouse with sleeping area. Located on a year-round road. Asking $269,900. MLS 13607476

Located on a quiet country road, this 1 storey brick/stone house is your next home! 1,678 sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home which includes a large eat-in kitchen, cozy living room with a large bay window letting in a lot of natural light, heated sun room off of the dining room, large rec room in the basement perfect for a man cave or a great place to entertain company! Basement also includes a laundry room, cold storage and a great place for a workshop. Sitting on 2.8 acres, this property is great for taking strolls right in your back yard, and also includes a large vegetable garden and multiple perennial gardens for the gardener in you! This home is perfect for first time home buyers, families, or a quiet place to retire! All of this for $229,900. and only 10 kms north of Napanee!! MLS 14601980

NICEST YARD IN GREATER NAPANEE Century Farm at 55 Salmon River Rd. with landscaping that has been the envy of the area for years. Spacious farm house on 37 pretty acres. Approximately half is work land and the balance is a nice maple bush. 4 bedroom home with wrap-around porch and rear patio area. 1.5 car attached garage with second level being a good workshop. 2 older barns/sheds. This is a must see at $249,900. Call us today. MLS 14604470

CHARACTER PRESERED! Victorian home features good size principal rooms, 3 bdrms, 1 ½ baths, separate dining room, main floor family rm with FP, den or hobby rm, and even a hidden kids play room or perhaps mums retreat! Extra bonus is the huge garage with upstairs. Walk to the riverside park or kids to the splash pad. $274,500 mls 14602305 www.napaneehome.com

BRAND NEW! Think of it, untouched by anyone but you. New home features 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, master ensuite and walk-in closet, open kit/dining rms, living rm with gas fireplace. Garden doors from dining to back yard, single car garage. 165 foot lot for deep back yard. Tarion New Home Warranty. $289,900 mls 14601281

WATERFRONT HOME HORSE-HOBBY FARM Set up for horses has 25 acres, box stalls, outdoor riding ring, pond and pasture fields. The home is finished with lots of pine accents, a woodstove and a back deck to view your critters, the pond and the wild life. Features 2 or 3 bdrms, kit open to living rm, upper level laundry and more. $249,900 mls 13609280 www.horsehobbyfarm.com

Beaver Lake home offers spectacular southern views, good swimming, fishing & boating. Features open concept dining/living rm so have full view of lake, well appointed kitchen, 3 bdrms & bath on main level. Lower level is all finished with walkout from huge rec rm, den or extra bdrm and bathrm. Deck on upper level and patio lower level. Separate workshop building has ample room for all the toys. $384,500 mls 14602073 see www.beaverlakewaterfronthome.com

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Which Mortgage Type are You? This is a Conventional Mortgage because the down payment is 20% or more.

TRENT MOSIER, CRA Sales Representative

Serving Napanee and Kingston Area

Wagar & Myatt Ltd. are pleased to announce Trent Mosier, CRA has joined our staff as a Real Estate Sales Representative. Trent brings with him 22 years of real estate appraisal experience, along with 8 years of real estate sales experience. Trent looks forward to meeting you and assisting you in all of your real estate needs. If you are thinking of buying or selling, come visit Trent at the office 112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee or give him a call at office 613-354-3550 or cell 613-483-9618.

FEATURE HOME OF THE WEEK

First Floor

Plan No. SHSW00367

COZY COTTAGE

There's no shortage of curb appeal for this lovely two-storey cottage. Abundant windows and dual access to the covered porchmake this home a great choice for a scenic location. A mud room is ready to receive muddy shoes and coats at the entrance on P theright. Inside, the eat-in kitchen flows effortlessly into the living DEPTH: 30' - 0" room. A bedroom on the first floor with access to a full bath is idealfor guests or in-laws. On the second floor, the spacious T master bedroom uses a full bath, with a loft nearby. First Floor: 730 sq. ft., Second Floor: 438 sq. ft., Total: 1,168 sq. ft.

To more details on this plan, visit www.selectfloorplans.ca/dfl and Second Floor enter the plan number above. Use advanced search features to browse thousands of other home designs, including bungalow, two-storey, multi-level, and cottage country homes. Order blueprints online or call 1-800-663-6739 for more information on how to order and modify plans.

Ralph McKenny

Mortgage Agent Martel Mortgages FSCO #11963 (W) 1-855-320-2464 Ext #112 (C) 613-449-0680 www.martelmortgages.ca/ralphmckenny

Given the mortgage rate “wars” of late I’m being asked more and more about the low mortgage interest rates and “is there a catch?” We are a suspicious bunch and in the case of a mortgage, that is a very good thing to be. We should be cautious and knowledgeable about what we’re getting ourselves into. This week I’m going to talk about conventional and high ratio mortgages and collateral mortgages. What is all the chatter around collateral mortgages anyway? Are they good or bad? That is for you to decide.

Conventional Mortgage To determine whether a mortgage is conventional or high ratio we must first calculate the loan-to-value ratio. We do so by dividing DESIGN FOR LIVING amount into the mortgage the purchase priceDESIGNS of the ©Copyright SELECT HOME home. Mortgage Amount = Loan to Value Purchase Price For example you purchase a home for $200,000 and you have a down payment of 20% or $40,000. The mortgage amount is $200,000 - $40,000 = $160,000 $160,000 = 80% $200,000

High Ratio Mortgage In the above example if your down payment was $20,000 (10%) your loan-tovalue ratio is now 90% and this is known as a High Ratio mortgage. Federally regulated banks must obtain mortgage default insurance for High Ratio Mortgages. The premium is added to the mortgage. Whether Conventional or High Ratio you will know your balance, term, interest rate, payment amount and amortization. You will have pre-payment privileges that allow you to pay your mortgage down faster and without penalty. At the end of the term you are able to switch to another lender if you feel they will give you a better interest rate or better service or for any reason. These mortgages are registered with Land Registry Office and can be transferred at renewal time, to another lender and usually for free.

Collateral Mortgages A collateral mortgage is a promissory note and a lien registered against your property is the lenders security. The amount registered can be up to 125% of the property value which may be more than what was actually advanced to you as a mortgage. This means the lender can advance more money to you after your mortgage closes without you having to refinance or incur legal costs. An issue is disclosure and borrowers finding out at renewal time (or before) that collateral mortgages are not transferrable. Not without paying legal and appraisal costs. Customers are finding they are not allowed a free switch to another lender for a better rate and don’t’ have

the flexibility or negotiating power they thought they had. Canadianmortgagetrends.com caution us that “Collateral mortgages also allow lenders to do things like change your interest rate, increase your loan amount, and use your mortgage payment to pay down other debts you have with that lender (if you default on those debts)”. Collateral mortgages are a good option for anyone who knows they will want to borrow further and over the life of the mortgage trust their financial institution is always going to give them the best rate and service. If you want flexibility and the freedom to negotiate, conventional may be a better choice. They say the devil is in the details. Beware of the many “low rate” offers out there. Don’t just sign what is put in front of you without first asking some questions. What type of mortgage product is this? How much flexibility do you have if you lost your job or your job transferred to another city? What if you got seriously ill? What if your wife is going on maternity leave? Can you get out of, renegotiate this mortgage if need be? Get into the details or contact me and I’ll do it for you. It’s my responsibility to understand your situation, your short and long term goals and find the mortgage product best suited for you. If you need assistance please don’t hesitate to contact me. Compliments of Ralph McKenny, a local Mortgage Agent with Martel Mortgages FSCO License 11963. Questions can be addressed to rmckenny@martelmortgages.ca or see contact information top of column.

SUTTON GROUPMASTERS REALTY INC., BROKERAGE Brokerage, Independently Owned and Operated

Duaine Presley Sales Representative

384-5500 office 561-4953 home

New ! Listing

Beautiful century home with income!! This home has been professionally renovated and has a great location with just a short walk to the down town and the spring side park. It has a large back yard backing unto green space with access to the Napanee River. Updates and reno`s include newer kitchen, bath, flooring, plumbing, wiring, steel roof and much more. This home is in great condition and is currently set up with a one bedroom in-law suite that will pay a large share of the mortgage, or can be easily changed back to a one family home if so desired. $199,900. MLS 14603865

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

VACANT LAND

One of a kind piece of property with cottage on a beautiful secluded part of the lake that is totally surrounded by crown land. Located on a stunning point on buckshot lake that is covered with shade trees and has gorgeous water views on 3 sides. Waterfront is pristine clean and is every thing you could dream of from rocky and deep to shallow and sandy. $169,900. MLS 14602335

GREAT ESCAPE PROPERTY - 83+/- acres of Canadian Shield property. In the middle of hunting and fishing country. On paved road with hydro and telephone service. Lots of room to roam. $69,900. MLS 13604047 PERFECT FOR HUNTERS. 46+/- acres of beautiful Canadian Shield property on paved road with hydro and telephone service. Right in the middle of hunting and fishing country that also abutts crown land. Great get away! $59,900. MLS 13604046 4 +/- ACRE BUILDING LOT on quiet country road. 10 minutes from 401 Hwy and Napanee. $29,900. MLS 13609018 1 1/4 +/- ACRE BUILDING LOT with drilled well. located on a beautiful senic country road about 5 miles northwest of sharbot lake. great location for home or a get-a-way property. $14,900. MLS 14600272 90 ACRES +/- ON A QUIET SIDE ROAD 10 to 15 minutes north of Napanee + 401 just off 41 Hwy. Perfect location for your dream house in the country or just a great retreat to get away from it all. Mixed bush with hard maple sugar bush and thousands of beautiful land scape rocks. Don`t wait. Call today! $72,900. MLS 14603826

Waterfront! Beautiful and private waterfront home on White Lake. 2 plus 1 bedroom home is in immaculate condition newly constructed about 8 years ago. Cathedral ceilings, open, spacious concept, custom kitchen cabinets, solid hardwood floors, 2 patio doors leading to the covered porch overlooking lake, full finished lower level with walk out to lake and airtight woodstove to heat the entire home. Wrap-around covered porch, over sized double car garage/workshop plus your own boat launch, with aluminum dock. $379,000. MLS 14610669

Gorgeous executive waterfront home boosting 3,000+ sq. ft. of living space. Stunning kitchen with custom built cabinets and built-in kitchen appliances, large open concept living and dining area and patio doors leading to the new decks that over look the salt water in-ground pool and lake. Main floor bedroom with newly renovated ensuite. Large family room on lower level with huge master bedroom and bubble tub with garden doors leading to pool. Two car attached garage on the main level and workshop on the lower level. $449,000. MLS 14601890

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


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ARIES (Mar 21/Apr 20) Interaction with an elder is something to cherish this week, Aries. Listen closely to the good advice you are offered, as it will pay dividends down the road. TAURUS (Apr 21/May 21) Taurus, a new coworker may come to you with questions. This is your opportunity to serve as a mentor and use your experience to help the next generation. GEMINI (May 22/Jun 21) Gemini, you are intent on purchasing an expensive item sometime this week, but make sure it can be returned. Hold on to the receipt and carefully survey your finances. CANCER (Jun 22/Jul 22) It is time to get out of a rut, Cancer. Explore a new fashion choice or dine on a different type of ethnic food. The idea is to step out of your comfort zone. LEO (Jul 23/Aug 23) Leo, thoughts of returning to school may have floated around in your mind in the past. This week you are energized to investigate your educational options. VIRGO (Aug 24/Sept 22) Your creativity is on display this week, Virgo. You have ideas, and you need to put your thoughts in motion, whether through an art project or entrepreneurial venture.

LIBRA (Sept 23/Oct 23) Your ability to compromise is a big asset in the workplace, Libra. This alone can propel your career to new heights. You'll take a few steps in the right direction this week. SCORPIO (Oct 24/Nov 22) Your ability to stay informed helps you to feel in touch with your surroundings, Scorpio. You will enjoy socializing with friends this week and may host a gathering. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23/Dec 21) Do your best to turn a negative into a positive, Sagittarius. It may require a little creative thinking to pull this off, but you are up to the task. Start by smiling more often. CAPRICORN (Dec 22/Jan 20) Family matters will fare better this week than business matters, Capricorn. Focus more of your energy on your home life than happenings at the office that are beyond your control. AQUARIUS (Jan 21/Feb 18) Aquarius, pay attention to all of the little details this week. If you can keep your eyes open, you may find new opportunities coming your way in the next few days. PISCES (Feb 19/Mar 20) Pisces, don't let your emotions get the best of you when making an important decision this week. Let logic reign.

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REAL ESTATE / RE11

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2 - 4

Dennis Stover SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Cell: 613-328-6632 Res: 613-354-1441 Email: dennis.g.stover@gmail.com

DREAMING OF DOWNSIZING

WATERFRONT HOME / 4 SEASON GETAWAY

Ainsley Creighton

$299,900.

Sales Representative Direct: Office: This is the one. 29 Kanvers Way. Popular features include: main floor laundry, walkin shower in ensuite, rich hardwood & ceramic, lower level with massive rec room and 3rd full bath, premium green space lot, no rear neighbours. Located close to med facilities, retirement homes, downtown & shopping. Asking $329,900 MLS 14603021

In the heart of Land O' Lakes 1074 Little Pond Rd. Picturesque privacy with 200' on non-motorized Tawny Lake. 2000+ sq ft 4 bedroom elev. bungalow, on-grade walkout lower level, 2.5 baths, att 2 car garage, fantastic 1.25 acres of pines & granite, end of a cul-de-sac. 10 min to village amenities, 45 min to 401 Asking $349,900 MLS 14603581

CUTE, CLEAN & COMFORTABLE

HANDYMAN SPECIAL NEEDS LOVE

Retire here. 36 Beverly St. Spacious 2+1 bedroom, 2 full bath bungalow semi with garage and its own double-wide paved drive. Rich hardwood & ceramic floors (bedrooms carpeted), lower level 3rd bedroom, rec room and den, plenty of storage. Walk to church, park, retirement homes, clinic and pharmacies. Asking $238,900 MLS 14603136

If you are handy shine up your tools. Located in a quiet family neighbourhood in the quaint Village of Newburgh. Potential for a great first time buyer's home. Lovely 116X188' lot. Walk to school, church, riverside park. 10 min to town, 25 min to Kingston. Sellers are anxious to move on. Asking $85,000 and open to offers MLS 14600356

Not intended to solicit clients currently under contract

613-545-7253 613-389-7777

401 COUNTY ROAD 15, TAMWORTH

- Country setting on 4.34 Acres - 2 kms. to Amenities in Tamworth - In-Ground Pool very private - Main Floor totally renovated 2012 - Newer windows, doors, floors, drywall, insulation - Huge Sunroom with Skylights - Newer Kitchen with Built-In Appliances - Ceramic Floors/Backsplash and Granite

- 3 Full Bathrooms including Ensuite - 4 Bedrooms - 3 on Main / 1 Lower Level - Triple Car Attached Garage with Heated Workshop - 60' x 24' Steel Barn for storing Boats, Cars - 2 Chicken Coups, Huge Vegetable Garden, Fruit Trees TEXT 14111 to 28888 - FOR MORE PHOTOS

Find some of the

Real Estate listings in the Greater Napanee area in this Real Estate Section!

Each office is independently owned & operated.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the community for all the wonderful support and great turn out. Also a special thanks to Bob McCaw of Dominion Lending Centres, The Pilbrow Goup of Mortgage Brokers City, McDonalds, Kingston Bouncy Castle Rentals, Glitter Bling Sparkle Tattoos, Country Traditions, & the Town of Napanee for their donations. The weather was beautiful and the Yard Sale & Car Wash was a big success! We raised just over $1,000! All of which will be put towards a great cause.


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www.187MarilynAve.com

OPEN HOUSE

OPEN HOUSE NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

SATURDAY MAY 31, 2-4PM 246 RIDEAU STREET, KINGSTON

SATURDAY MAY 31, 1-3PM 6750 OLD HIGHWAY 2, MARYSVILLE • 3 Bedrooms & 3 Baths • Large Principal Rooms • 3 Car Garage/Workshop • $289,900

www.142B-WhiteLakeRd.com

NEW LISTING

• 4 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • 3 Fully Finished Levels • Fruit Trees and Small Vineyard • $529,900

www.260FrizzellRd.com

NEW LISTING

• 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • Large Docks • Waterfronton White Lake • $219,900

• 4 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • New Custom Kitchen • 2 Garage/Workshops on 19 Acres • $299,900

• 2+1 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • Double Car Garage/Workshop • All Brick with Newer Windows • $149,900

• 1 Bedroom & 1 Bath Condo • Waterview • Close to Downtown • $129,900

• 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Open Concept & Loft Masterbedroom • Level Waterfront Home on Hay Bay • $325,000

• 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • Sunroom • Detached Workshop • $99,900

www.35HaslerSt.com

www.5497D-CountyRd9.com

Cindy Haggerty Broker of Record Cell: 613-540-2116

Kevin Haggerty Sales Representative Cell: 613-539-2120

Terra Haggerty Sales Representative Cell: 613-583-5629

www.CindyHaggerty.com

www.246RideauSt.com

www.6750OldHwy2.com

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Team

OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2-4PM 187 MARILYN AVE., NAPANEE • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Granite Countertops • Large Fenced Yard • $241,900

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Independently Owned & Operated

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www.9-205CentreSt.com

www.4CedarSt.com

www.1244LittleCreekRd.com

www.16E-BradshawRd.com

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SUNDAY JUNE 1, 1-3PM 1244 LITTLE CREEK RD, NAPANEE • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • 2 Tiered Deck • Privacy on 4.48 Acres • $349,900

www.WartmanRd.com

www.151MoscowRd.com

NEW LISTING

• 4.51 Acres • Level Lot • Hydro at End of Road • $39,900

www.866CountyRd15.com

NEW PRICE

• 4 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • Double Car Garage & Oversized Outbuilding • 60 Acres • $349,900

www.70YorkRd.com

• 3 Bedroom & 1 Bath • 2+1 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • 1868 Circa Limestone Home • Licensed Dog Kennel on 15+ Acres • 1 Bedroom & 1 Bath Rental Unit • 3 Season Sunroom • $174,900 • $319,900 www.3414CountyRd14.com

www.113036Hwy7.com

NEW LISTING

• 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • Recently Renovated • Waterfront on Beaver Lake • $219,900

www.238ClareviewRd.com

NEW PRICE

• 2+ Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Vaulted Ceilings & In-floor Heating • Just under 50 Acres • $339,900 www.5776CountyRd8.com

• 4 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • 30 GPM Well • Open Concept Kitchen w/Oak Cupboards • $119,900 www.BayshoreRd.com

• 80’ Waterfront on Adolphus Reach • 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • 5 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Clean, Deep Shoreline • Hardwood Floors & Newer Windows • Enclosed Sunroom • Beautiful Views • 102 Acres w/Large Barn • Attached Garage & Separate Workshop • $129,900 • $104,900 and Outbuildings • $329,900

www.3748CountyRd1.com

• 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Custom Built Timber Frame on 4.86 acres • Romeo & Juliet Balcony • $469,900

www.2467CountyRd11.com

• 6 Bedrooms & 5.5 Baths • In-Ground Pool & Limestone Hot Tub • 98 Acres with 50x120 Megadome • $749,900

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