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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Rough Welcome

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Beaver in Brief

Local MPP Randy Hillier offered a bluntly negative assessment of the job done by outgoing Premier Dalton McGuinty. See Page 2 We mark Small Business Week with our special ‘Business Bits’ advertising section. See Pages 13-18

Governor General David Johnston received a warm welcome in Bath on Saturday morning during a visit to a Habitat for Humanity home build site. Before meeting the new homeowners, John-

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ston greeted visitors, including Kelly Squier, the volunteer coordinator for Habitat for Humanity Greater Kingston and Frontenac. He spent the remainder of the day at Queen’s University.

Gov.-Gen. finds welcoming Habitat David Johnston pays visit to Habitat for Humanity build site in Bath By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER Governor General David Johnston visited Queen’s University on Saturday – where he studied and taught law – but not before making a stopover at a Habitat for Humanity build site in Bath. As patron of Habitat for Humanity Canada, Johnston said that seeing people helping others at such

events has influenced him as the Governor General of Canada. “Canada is a country where from the very beginning we have always helped our neighbours,” he told the Beaver. “We are a nation of barn builders. If a new person moves into the community you help them put up their barn, and if the barn burns down you help them put it back up.” As patron of Habitat for Humanity Canada, John-

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he said. “I have always felt Canada is a good country and I never realized how good it was until I had a chance to see it community by community, across the country.” Asked whether there is one lesson he feels is still important for Canada to learn, Johnston said the lesson of helping one’s neighbour is key. “It has been part of our history and it’s so important as we move into the

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L&A County heard a passionate plea to improve the availability of subsidized housing for seniors at its most recent meeting. See Page 22 County council is urging the riding boundaries commission to keep L&A intact in one of the new constituencies. Page 27

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McGuinty was bad for Ontario, says MPP Conservative Randy Hillier less than impressed by legacy left by outgoing Liberal premier By Seth DuChene EDITOR ANARK, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington MPP Randy Hillier suggested this week that, while outgoing Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty might have been a nice guy, he left Ontario worse off than how he found it nine years ago.

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“Forget whether or not somebody is personable or nice or congenial,” said the Progressive Conservative Critic for Labour and Northern Development, Mines and Forestry in a telephone interview on Tuesday. “There are lots of nice people, and we all enjoy the company of nice people. But, in politics, as with any other employment or career, you also

have to be judged on your record and your actions.” McGuinty announced that he would be stepping down a premier and leader of the Ontario Liberal Party Monday night. At the same time, and in the midst of a firestorm of controversy regarding the cancellation and relocation to Greater Napanee of a proposed gas-fired electricity plant, McGuinty announced that the Ontario legislature would be prorogued. It’s expected that the legislature will be shut down until February,

after the Ontario Liberals hold a leadership convention to replace McGuinty. “I think the deduction is pretty clear that McGuinty realized he wasn’t going to be able to dance himself out of this fire, and the heat was too much. (It was) time to leave the kitchen and let it burn down with others in it instead of him,” Hillier said regarding McGuinty’s resignation, which came unexpectedly on Monday night. “There was a lot of heat coming at him, and his only choices would have been

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probably also hoping that maybe the economy will look a little bit better in the springtime and things won’t be as bad as they are today, that they might have some hope down the road.” In explaining his decision to prorogue, McGuinty said the decision was made in order to allow the Liberals to negotiate a wagefreeze agreement with public sector unions “in an atmosphere that is free of the heightened rancour of politics in the legislature.”

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Thank you Michelle Hauser for the refreshingly honest and inspiring piece ‘Falling Behind’ in your ‘Train of Thought’ column in the Napanee Beaver on Oct. 4. You spoke the truth for a lot of women and we need to challenge the destructive track of the “yin and yang of self-love and selfloathing that is anchored to my willingness (or lack thereof) to take care of myself, to prioritize my physical and emotional wellbeing by eating right and exercising...”. You are so not alone and while we can acknowledge that our culture and society reinforces this yin/yang, we as individuals need to get out from underneath this crap, put ourselves first, and focus on our health, not on chasing some crazy goal of being thin. Other cultures worldwide are so much healthier in this regard — maybe it’s because many of them do not have the luxury and privilege of denying themselves food.

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The legacy of ‘Premier Dad’ Last week in this space, we reflected on the progress, or lack thereof, of the Ontario Liberal government of Dalton McGuinty, which was marking its first year since being returned to power — with a minority government — in the last provincial election. We discussed how bad a year it had been for McGuinty, and how he’d be hard-pressed to extract himself from his current problems and be successful in the next election, whenever that happened to be. As it turns out, we weren’t the only ones who saw rocky seas ahead. Within a week, McGuinty had announced that he would be stepping down and stepping away from politics. Was it the crush of scandals that finally prompted the embattled premier to call it quits? With 22 years in provincial politics, including nine years a premier, we don’t think McGuinty owes the province any more of his time. Even if things were going swimmingly for him, his stepping-down would be understandable. That said, the mess he and his government find themselves in now make for bleak prospects for the Liberals, and McGuinty in particular. And, when McGuinty says his party needs renewal, we couldn’t agree more. In his own assessment of his government’s work, McGuinty admitted that while he and his party made mistakes, they got the “big things” right. Well, yes and no. Generally speaking, the broad priorities of McGuinty’s government are ones we can agree with. His government’s investments in health care and education were positive

and important — let’s not forget that the L&A County General Hospital redevelopment was (finally) started when the McGuinty government gave us the green light, and most of the money, to do it. Notwithstanding the current impasse with public teacher unions, McGuinty and his government did ‘get it right’ when it comes to education — the Ontario education system has been held up internationally as an example of how to improve student performance. Finally, the McGuinty government was ambitious in its effort to ‘green’ the province’s economy, at a time when governments need to be ambitious in protecting the environment and in finding more sustainable energy sources. Whether or not it’s another Liberal government that replaces the outgoing McGuinty premiership or not, we hope that we continue to make strides in these areas, and not takes steps backward. All this being said, we think McGuinty’s understating his mistakes. We’re going to rhyme off a few of the bigger ones. The first is related to the government’s ‘green’ ambitions. While laudable, the implementation of that energy program has been nightmarishly bad. In fact, the entire energy file has been badly bungled — whether we’re talking about the heavy-handedness of the Green Energy Act or the cancellation of gas plants. And, on this score, the McGuinty government’s management of these problems appeared to be getting worse, not better. Second, McGuinty made moves that ul-

timately undermine peoples’ faith in politics and politicians. We can see three major examples — one at the beginning of his career as premier, and two at the end. First is the imposition of the ‘health premium’ — a tax — a matter of mere months after explicitly promising not to raise taxes during the 2003 election campaign. Even though he managed to escape punishment at the polls for the move, it only buttressed the impression that politicians will say anything to get elected. Second was the cancellation of the gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga in order to save Liberal seats during the latest election campaign. Of course, this area now stands to gain from this decision since a gas plant is now destined for Greater Napanee, but there’s no getting around the fact that the only reason it’s coming here is because of a costly political game — the kind of game that leaves voters feeling jobbed. Third, and most recently, was the prorogation of the legislature with McGuinty’s retirement announcement. The move effectively shut down any public scrutiny of these gas-plant deals and other issues troublesome to the Liberals — and despite protestations to the opposite, we believe that’s the central reason McGuinty prorogued the legislature. The move is fundamentally undemocratic. We’re sure others can find other good things or bad things to say about McGuinty’s tenure. It’s our wish that, whatever government replaces him, they can get the ‘big things’ right without mismanagement of the ‘small’ details.


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The season of mean As I lay in my beach chair half asleep, the shout of “Come on fatty, get in the boat!” shattered the mid-morning silence on Lake Kashwakamak. I looked up to see the last of four pre-teens slip into the yellow canoe that was destined for Frog Island. With my eyes still adjusting to the sun, I saw four girls in all. Not a single one was fat. Indeed the dawdler was the most skeletal of the group. It seemed as if, in her case at least, “fatty” was meant as an ironic term of endearment rather than a full-blown insult. But in a culture where you can’t be too rich or too thin it’s not a given that she would have taken the comment as praise versus abuse, in spite of its absurdity. I wanted to study her features to see if the remark had registered, but her back was turned to me. I could see only a bony spine clad in a small bikini, as the occupants of the canoe paddled in tandem towards their destination, all giggles and laughter across the clear lake. No harm done right? I’ve never met a ten-yearold girl who was so rock-solidly confident with her body image that some part of her budding ego might not secretly suspect her friends did think she was fat. This phenomenon of selfdoubt and self-loathing — in spite of ample physical evidence to the contrary — is exactly the kind of thing that wreaks havoc on young girls who suffer from anorexia and other eating disorders. Was it a joke perhaps? Teasing maybe? Whatever you want to call it, it still sounded frighteningly mean. The moms on the beach were silent, unaffected. Could it be they had grown accustomed to the ban-

ter of pre-adolescents (acidic or otherwise) in the same way I have gotten used to the sound effects of crashing cars and explosions from five year-old boys? Some would be quick to defend these girls, saying they’re not bullies, not ‘mean girls’ in the Hollywood sense. And in all likelihood, they would be right. But what if meanness is an acquired taste — like a fondness for broccoli or caviar — and what if the process of sampling from the buffet of mean, and learning to enjoy it (possibly crave it), is for these young women (and millions like them) already well underway? The really tough part of course is for parents to be objective enough to see the evolution and escalation of meanness taking place in their own children, particularly if it mirrors their own. In the homes where these girls live, and at family dinner tables across the country, the torment and eventual suicide of Amanda Todd will no doubt be a subject of conversation. But in most cases there will be an externalization of it, a quality of otherness assigned to the extreme of mean this tragic case has once again brought into our public discourse — something akin to, “Isn’t it

awful what they did to her…” Indeed the nationwide murmur is audibly self-righteous — so quick we are to blame things on the ubiquitous ‘they’ — when borderline hate-speech is spread across online news outlets every day, hundreds of thousands of times each day. But what will the flavour of conversation be when it moves, inevitably as it will, to other things, when Amanda Todd is no longer front page news? Will ‘they’ and ‘them’ ever give way to ‘us’ and ‘we’ as we look to ourselves to try to figure out the deeper causes for this mean season in which we find ourselves? Whether it’s Aunt Sally’s enormous thighs, or Uncle Bob’s ugly moles, who among us isn’t guilty of using words to hurt or mock people, spreading meanness from time to time? The question for us as a society in light of Amanda’s tragic suicide is to see that meanness unchecked in the electronic age — even the casual but ugly kitchen table variety that we don’t always think of as ‘mean’ — is a recipe for disaster for our children. In this way, Amanda Todd is the child we all must take responsibility for. Mean words are like weapons of mass destruction in the Internet age, and they are

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increasingly lethal in the hands of people too young and immature to understand the consequences of their actions. I heard a physicist comment the other day that the bullet is but one piece of the puzzle — the speed at which it is launched is what really clinches the deal. People (including kids) have always been mean to varying degrees, but the Internet — through its scope, speed and anonymity — has done for meanness what gunpowder did for the bullet. Many parents know what is trending on Twitter from one day to the next, everything from celebrity gossip to what videos have gone viral on YouTube. But do they know what’s trending in the minds and hearts of their children? Are kids throwing around words like ‘loser’ and ‘fatty’ with an LOL (laugh out loud) tagged on the end, as if the words themselves have no meaning? Worse still, is their discourse merely a musing on what they hear, see and read from the adults around them? I guess it’s easier to throw stones at those who hurt Amanda Todd, leaving them in the comfortable category of ‘the other’ and waiting for another day to do the hard work of honest, self-reflection. But the place to make a difference for Amanda is not at Queen’s Park or the House of Commons. The truth is there are bigger, more powerful houses where we can try to set things right, namely: yours and mine. Michelle Hauser lives in Napanee with her husband Mark and their son Joseph. She loves to hear from readers, so feel free to email her at mhauser@ontario.anglican.ca.

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NOVEMBER 2 LUNCH At the Napanee Legion. Come and enjoy a hot meal including dessert, coffee and tea for $9. From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All welcome. NOVEMBER 3 OPEN SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNEY AND MEAT SPIN At Royal Canadian Legion Branch 623 on County Rd. 4 in Millhaven. Meat spin from 1-4 p.m., shuffleboard tournament registration at noon, play starts at 1 p.m. Entry fee $5 each. Bring your own partner. Everyone welcome, win cash prizes. ENTERTAINMENT At the Napanee Legion, featuring A Bit of Nostalgia from 7:30-11:30 p.m. $5 for non-members. All welcome. NOVEMBER 9 FISH AND CHIP DINNER St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Main Street, Odessa is hosting a fish and chip dinner, with salads, baked beans and pie for dessert at 5- 7 p.m. Catered by Mike Mundell. Cost is $15 for adults; $10 for child 12 and under. Call 613386-3500 to reserve your tickets. NOVEMBER 10 QCHS VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT Quinte Christian High School is scheduled to have its annual 4 on 4 coed volleyball tournament. There will be a recreational and a competitive division. The teams must have at least one female on the court at all times. The cost to play is $20 per person. If you would like to play, register your team at athletics@qchs.ca or call John VanderWindt at 613-968-7870 x222. All registrations must be in by Nov. 5 and please designate whether you would like to play in the competitive or recreational division. So come on out for lots of fun and community building. NOVEMBER 14 PARKINSON SOCIETY MEETING At 1:30 p.m. at L&A Seniors Outreach Services, 310 Bridge St. W. in Napanee. Guest speakers. Contact Don Ryan at 613-354-5238.

One doesn’t fry eggs in these ‘pannes’ e call it ‘autumnal recrudescence’. That period in the fall when the temperatures, daylight hours, and even length of darkness approximate those of spring. Many animals, especially birds, experience a physiological reaction. Photoperiodism, if you will. Sandhill cranes will spend endless days facing each other and jumping high into the air as they would in the spring, to impress a mate. Many species will sing, and in some extreme cases, weak attempts at nest building may take place. Wildflowers sense seasonal changes too, bravely sending out flowers in October. Perhaps not in grand profusion as they would in spring, but admirable attempts at providing some additional colour to the backdrop of reddening trees. I have seen sprigs of lilacs in bloom on warm, November days in past years, and once, at Point Traverse, a wild apple tree there was covered in delicate blossoms… in late October! I was reminded of this as I leafed through the most recent issue of Between Friends, published by the Friends of Sandbanks. In it was an archived article that I had written back in my days as an interpretive naturalist at the park, in the late 1980s. The article was for a column called Sandscript that several staff members, including myself,

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contributed to during the operating season at the Park and which appeared regularly on the pages of the Picton Gazette. This one was about pannes – low, flat, wetland areas in the park that often host a riot of colour in August, once the water levels have dropped. The plants responsible are hardy species as they must contend with an alkaline environment, one in which water levels can fluctuate dramatically at the whims of rainfalls, drought and changing lake levels. If you happen to own a copy of Sandscapes, published early this summer by the Friends, the subject is covered there. We strolled through these unique wetlands along an established path just a few days ago, and continued deep into the dune system. Along the way, we found a few plants that had responded to recent rains and several balmy days that October so often offers. I brought up the subject of fringed gentian, and one photographer mentioned that he came across one farther back, and had photographed it. Others peeked bravely between browning sedges and sprigs of silverweed. First a single gerardia, then numerous isolated stems of Kalm’s lobelia. Most contained but one miniature flower, as though in defiance of November days around the corner. The most unexpected of all

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Outdoor Rambles though, was a blossoming hoary puccoon, a wildflower we more closely associate with hot summer days in June. But, here it was, grabbing our attention on a small hummock of sand as we made our way to an enormous dune blowout that I always like taking people to on walks. As winds continue to work the sand, this blowout seems to be getting less dramatic than it was when I used to trail campers over there on my guided interpretive walks 25 years ago. I recall pure sand and towering mountains surrounding this cavernous valley which even kids on our hikes found difficult to ascend to the top. Today, it is becoming more vegetated and stable as the dunes around this blowout con-

tinually become moulded by the forces of nature. We found a couple examples of another type of dune. These are called parabolic dunes and their impressive horseshoe shapes form when strong winds push the unstable leading edge forwards, leaving long, trailing elongated arms on either side. You can see them sometimes as miniature etches on the beach, but the ones we were staring at were several metres high. It can be a wild place out there in the pannes where these strange formations provide variety to an otherwise flat wetland. Years ago, I used to take campers to a wonderful example of a barchan dune — like a parabolic dune but reversed. With these, the wind blows the leading edge forwards, downwind, and the slipfaces are on the concave side of the dune. As barchans migrate, and they do move along

from year to year, smaller ones behind catch up, bumping into the rear of the larger barchans, and appearing on the other side, almost like waves of light or sound that pass through each other. This was a Thanksgiving hike we were on, and the comment was made that the 15 or so of us could be viewed as rejects, with no special plans for a Thanksgiving Sunday. Actually, we felt quite special, being caught up in this extraordinary environment where the forces of nature are at work daily, changing the sandscape and creating new images. For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail tsprague@kos.net or phone 613476-5072. For more information on nature in the Quinte area, be sure to check out www.naturestuff.net .

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A trip through the pages of The Napanee Beaver 70 Years Ago October 21, 1942 n At the behest of the Wartime Prices and Trade Board, downtown Napanee merchants agreed to a binding set of store hours, which would be followed by all businesses in town, year-round. Under the new set hours, all businesses would open at 8:30 a.m. and close at 6 p.m., Monday through Friday — though on Wednesday, businesses would close at 12:30 p.m. On Saturday, businesses would stay open until 10 p.m. It was determined, however, that drug stores might be exempt from the new arrangement, though details of how those shops would operate hadn’t been hammered out yet. n A Belleville man was sentenced to a month in jail after pretending to be a repairman from the Wartime Prices and Trade Board. The man would attend residents’ homes saying that it was his job to inspect, repair or confiscate sewing machines. He would collect between $3.50 and $9 for any repairs that were needed.

35 Years Ago October 19, 1977 n Lennox and Addington Board of Education trustees were given an earful regarding their decision to grant raises to three of their top employees. Howard Church “lambasted” the board, criticizing it for following the lead set by other boards in the province in making their decision to offer the raises. “The people of this county want an end to this kind of buck-passing,” he said. He also said that L&A residents could not afford to keep paying more for public education, and that the board needed to start saying ‘no’ to expenditure requests. n Napanee’s Allan Macpherson House was destined to be the site for a two-day historybased seminar. Representatives of the Ontario Museum Association from all-around the province would converge on the home to participate in a session dubbed ‘Historic Kitchens’. Although the seminar was geared primarily for professional museum workers, a number of the volunteers who work at the Macpherson House said they planned to take part. The event would feature practical cooking and baking sessions.

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Taking the wraps off the latest Habitat for Humanity project were (clockwise from bottom left) homeowners Michael Lortie and Aileen Young with her children Kelsey and Tanner; Governor General of Canada David Johnston, Habitat for Humanity (Greater Kingston) CEO John Alkenbrack and Board Chair Ron Darling.

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Habitat for Humanity Greater Kingston and Frontenac partnered with Corrections Canada and St. Lawrence College on a pilot program, giving a team of inmates from Corcan’s Pittsburgh Institution the opportunity to work on the home. In addition to on-site work experience, they also developed carpentry and construction skills, according to Board of Directors Chair Ron Darling. “Those two partnerships have made this project a standout among others going on in Canada, because they have turned our build site into a classroom,” he said. “We’ve also partnered

with a focus program at Queen Elizabeth Collegiate and Vocational Institute, where 16 students have spent time learning here on this Bath build.” Darling indicated that a total of 10 homes have been constructed in the City of Kingston since the affiliate branch was established. “We are very pleased that homes No. 11 and 12 here today are in Loyalist Township,” he said of the semi-detached home. “As you can see from the donor board, this would not have been possible without the strong support of local trades people and businesses. They have joined with individual volunteers, corporate team builds and two very special partnerships to

help us get where we are today.” Before meeting with the home’s new owners, Johnston thanked those involved with the project. “What you do is inspiring to everyone across the country,” the Governor General said. “I am looking forward to telling the story of this great home here, when I travel in other parts of the country.” In an interview with Aileen Young, who will be moving into the home with Michael Lortie and her children, Tanner and Kelsey, she was amazed at the progress volunteers had made. “It’s just unbelievable and still doesn’t feel real,” she said. “The groundbreak-

ing was on May 28 and we found out that we were selected on July 9. It’s amazing the Habitat family and how the community has all come together.” According to Habitat for Humanity Greater Kingston and Frontenac, this build marks the first two homes in their five-year strategic plan of building eight homes in that period. It also represents the organization’s response to several reports indicating that the community is experiencing an affordable housing crisis. Following his stopover in Bath, Johnston gave a lecture at Queen’s University that afternoon and later accepted an award from the alumni society.

MPP… Province ‘worse off ’ now than in 2003

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Since first being elected in 2007, and during his time as president of the Ontario Landowners Association before that, Hillier has been an outspoken critic of McGuinty and his government. With McGuinty’s resignation, Hillier offered a blunt assessment of his tenure as premier. “In 2012, Ontario is in much worse shape than in 2003 when he started,” said Hillier. “There are far more people unemployed than in 2003. Taxes are significantly higher today than they were in 2003. More people are on social assistance and requiring assistance from the state to survive. Many

people and families are finding it exceptionally difficult just to make ends meet for the necessities — the skyrocketing hydro costs, the lack of opportunities and prosperity. As far as I will say, he has not been a benefit to this province, he’s been a detriment.” Hillier also said, “McGuinty played fast and loose with taxpayers’ money over the years, so I thought his time was up earlier.” The MPP did acknowledge that McGuinty had been able to come back to score political victories even after he’d been written off. “He was a skillful political dancer,” Hillier admitted, “but, the jukebox ran out of tunes.” When asked about the future of

the gas-fired power plant destined for Greater Napanee, in light of McGuinty’s resignation and with the future of the Liberal government uncertain, Hillier suggested that while he deemed the recent contract cancellations were a mistake, the costs would be compounded if the contracts were cancelled once again. “I’m not sure what’s going to happen there,” he said. “We know that cancelling contracts is a costly game to be in. I know McGuinty dug a hole for the Ontario taxpayers and energy users with his contract in Oakville and Mississauga, and he’s digging another hole, in my view, with the proposal at Lennox. At some time, you have to stop digging the holes.”

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C O M M U N I T Y PULSE

Thursday, October 18, 2012 OCTOBER 18 VICTORIA II WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Group will meet in the home of Valerie Smith, Napanee at 7:30 p.m. The topic is Public Relations. The roll call is ‘what is your response to telemarketers and solicitors?’ Come and enjoy some new games. Contact: 613-354-1115. RETIRED WOMEN TEACHERS The Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (Belleville and area) welcome all members and other retired women teachers to their Fall luncheon. A special welcome is extended to newly retired teachers. We will meet at Emmanuel United Church, 458 Ashley Street in Foxboro at 11 a.m. Following a pork loin lunch, we will be musically entertained by Carolyn Dafoe, Vicki Williams and Beverly Dafoe. For more information and to reserve your place, please call 613-967-1863. LUNCHEON At Riverside United

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Church in Yarker from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Homemade soup, sandwiches, dessert, coffee and tea, $6. Take-out available. Call 613-377-1700. ‘DO WE HAVE INVADERS’ Do We Have Invaders? Friends of the Salmon River annual general meeting in Tamworth. Alison Kirkpatrick presents on Zebra Mussels and invasive plants in Salmon River watershed. At Tamworth Elementary School, 6668 Wheeler St. at 7 p.m. All are welcome at no charge, come for discussion and refreshments. More info: Susan at 613-3795958. ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion from 9:30-10:30 p.m. OCTOBER 19 LUNCH At the Napanee Legion. Come and enjoy a hot meal

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including dessert, coffee and tea for $9. From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All welcome. PUTT PUTT At the Napanee Legion, from 3-6 p.m. Lots of fun and great prizes. All welcome. OCTOBER 20 EUCHRE NIGHT At 7 p.m. at J.J. O’Neill School, 240 Marilyn St. in Napanee. Sponsored by St. Patrick’s Church, Catholic Women’s League. CHURCH SUPPER Moscow United Church is holding a supper with Oktoberfest sausage, sauerkraut, Moscow potatoes, carrots, beets and cake between 4:30-6:30 p.m., $12 for adults, $6 for children 6-12 $6. ENTERTAINMENT At the Napanee Legion, featuring Sittin’ Ducks from 7:30-11:30 p.m. All welcome. $5 for non-members.

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ROAST BEEF DINNER At Emmanuel United Church in Odessa from 5-7 p.m. Dinner includes roast beef, potatoes, assorted vegetables, coleslaw, rolls and homemade pie for dessert. Coffee/tea. Cost is $12.50 for adults, $6 for children under 17, children under 5 are free. Family rates available. Call 6130386-3490. DANCE At the Enterprise Community Hall, with music by the Land O’ Lakes Cruisers

band. From 8 p.m. until 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. WILTON HARVEST SALE AND LUNCH From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in beautiful Wilton Hall (251 Simmons Rd. Wilton, just up the road from the cheese factory), you’ll find a cornucopia of baking preserves, garden-fresh pro-

COMMUNITY / 9 duce, books, gently-used items and more. Admission free. Homemade soup, sandwich and dessert lunch available for $7. Call 613-386-3329 or 613-3867969. KINGSTON GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY The Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society will meet in the Wilson Room of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson St. in Kingston at 10 a.m. Sandra Joyce will speak about her book The Street Arab, The Story of a British Home Child. Visitors welcome. Further information at www.ogs.on.ca/kingston.

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would like to thank everyone for a very successful Scarecrow Festival. We had an awesome turnout. Sponsors Cangig Entertainment Ellena’s Simply Delicious CafÊ 4H Club Hayes Printing Home Hardware Lafarge

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Special thanks to Hubert Hogle for delivering the stage Downtown Window contest Winner: Flowers By Barbara Runners Up: Serendipity Studios, TD Bank Thank you to everyone who decorated their windows Committee Sondra Elliott, Chair Pet Panache • Al Beatty, resident Linda Cooper: Waste Management • Dave & Caitie McNichols: L&A 4H Linda Warner: Napanee Beaver • Joane Wright: myFM Dennis Whitty: Cangig Country Showcase

Church Services SUNDAY, OCT. 21 , 2012 ST

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

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

GRACE UNITED CHURCH

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

DESERONTO PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

NAPANEE STANDARD WESLEYAN CHURCH

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

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TRINITY UNITED CHURCH

25 Bridge St. E., 613-354-3858 Join us and Rev. William Perry at 10:30am for Worship Sermon: “From God to What God?� Sunday School - 10:30am Everyone Invited & Always Welcome Thought for the Day: “Following God can help us avoid a lot of wrong turns.� www.trinitynapanee.ca

NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE PASTORAL CHARGE

613-378-2511 The United Church of Canada Minister: Rev. Burry Wiseman 10am - Contemporary Praise Service at Newburgh celebrating their 154th Anniversary Guest Speaker: Rev. Georgia Copland Everyone is welcome!

BATH-MORVEN PASTORAL CHARGE

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

Sunday Services Rev. John VanStone 469 Dundas Street, Deseronto, Ontario 613-378-1281/379-2204 613-396-3841 St. Luke’s, Camden East Pastor Rev. Howard Dudgeon 9:15am Service and Children’s Program Assistant Pastor Dan Rooney Christ Church, Tamworth 10am - Sunday School 11am Service and Children’s Program Morning Worship at 10:45am You are welcome to join us Evening Service at 6:30pm for weekly Service. Tuesday 5:30pm-Kid’s Program EAST CAMDEN “Faith Weaver Friends� COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD PASTORAL CHARGE Wednesday 7pm - Family night. 4734 German Rd., 613-377-6406 7pm-Youth Bible Study Petworth The United Church of Canada at Pastor Dan’s Home Pastor: Rev. Ruth Ann Paul Rev. Elaine Kellogg Everyone welcome. Phone: 613-358-2824 Riverside United Church Yarker Affiliated with PAOC. Morning Worship - 11am Worship Service & PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Coming up: Sunday School 9:30am OF THE REDEEMER November 11th, 2pm Details: 613-377-6406 155 St. George St., Deseronto Gospel Music Concert in celebration of www.mosriv.com Minister: Rev. James Gordon the Church’s 13th Anniversary Moscow United Church 396-3119 or 396-2347 December 9th, 7pm Worship Service 7:00pm 9:15am - Church Service Christmas Sing-Along Social to follow and Sunday School Everyone is always welcome Kids Club, ages 5-12, Please join us! at all our services Sat. 10am-11am

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TEMPLE OF NAPANEE BAPTIST CHURCH “A Place to Belong� PRAYER AND PRAISE

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

ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH

137 Robinson St., Napanee K7R 2S3 613-354-3141 Priest: Rev. Richard Hetke Rev. Brother D.B. Smith SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00am Holy Communion 9:15am - Holy Communion 10:30am - Holy Communion WEDNESDAY 10am - Holy Communion “Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.�

WESTDALE PARK FREE METHODIST CHURCH (across from the hospital) Pastor Derek Spink 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee 613-354-2669 www.westdaleparkfmc.ca email: info@westdaleparkfmc.ca SUNDAY 10:00am - Worship Service 11:15am - Coffee & Snacks 11:30am - Groups for all Ages

THE SALVATION ARMY

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

THE ANGLICAN PARISH OF TYENDINAGA

The Ven Brad Smith, Rector Sunday Celebrations Revised Schedule October 21st - November 25th All Saints Church - 9:30am 1295 Ridge Rd., Tyendinaga M.T. 613-962-278 All are welcome! For more info, please visit www.parishoftyendinaga.org

ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHURCH

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

SELBY - EMPEY HILL PASTORAL CHARGE

The United Church of Canada Minister: Rev. Ryan McNally Charge Office: 613-388-2375 “Worship for all ages; children’s activity each week� Selby: 9:45am Worship Service and Sunday School Soup and sandwiches following the Service Empey Hill: 11:15am - Worship Service

82 Richard St., Napanee Office - 354-4735 ENTERPRISE-ROBLIN UNITED Major Vi Barrow SUNDAY - 10:30am - Morning Worship CHURCH PASTORAL CHARGE WEDNESDAY - 12 noon - Bible study Rev. Anne MacDermaid 1st Wed. - 12 noon 389-5548 Ministry to Women Enterprise Church Wed. - 4:30pm 9:15am - Worship Service Friends Club Ages 5-11 Roblin Church 3rd Thurs. - 12:30pm-55+ 11am - Worship Service and Sunday School Everyone welcome. Everyone Welcome

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

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

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.: BG Club - 6:00pm Ages 3-11 Thurs.:7:00pm: Jr. High (Grades 6 and 7) Sr. High (Ages 13-18) Other Ministries: 50+, Men’s & Women’s Ministry For more information call the church at 613-354-4281 www.evangelnapanee.com


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Thursday, October 18, 2012 OCTOBER 20 HALLOWEEN DANCE Rogues Hollow Renewal Committee is holding a Halloween Dance from 8-11 p.m. at the Newburgh Community Hall. Music by DJ Johnny. Cost is $10/person Children under 12 (accompanied by an adult) free. Prize for best costume. Call Donna at 613-378-1905 for more information. HARVEST BAZAAR From 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., St. Patrick’s Parish Annual Harvest Bazaar at J.J. O’Neill School, 240 Marilyn St., Napanee. From 8:30-10 a.m., morning coffee ($4/adults, $2/children 12 and under); 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., luncheon ($6/adults, $3/children 12 and under). Gym doors open at 9 a.m. Silent auction, baked goods, preserves, crafts, ‘bling’, and much more. Grand Draw (cash prizes). Draw will take place after the euchre tournament which begins at 7 p.m. at J.J. O’Neill School. All are welcome! OCTOBER 20-21 FALL FISHING DERBY At the Deseronto Yacht Club, for more information call Terry at 613-354-2254. Cash prizes for largest two walleye, two pike and two bass. Tickets are $5 each. COMMUNITY YARD SALE At the Deseronto Yach Club, for more information call Terry at 613-354-2254. OCTOBER 21 FUNDRAISING JAMBOREE At Marysville Parish Hall, at 7288 Old Hwy. 2 (across from Briar Fox Golf Course), for parish hall renovations. From 1-4 p.m. Monetary donation only. Hosted by Fred Brown and Friends.

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Featuring Stompin’ Jon, Mitch Barker, Dallas Arnie. Sound by Charlie King. GOSPEL CONCERT Featuring ‘The Old Hims’ at the Wilton Standard Church at 7 p.m. Food and fellowship after the sing. A freewill offering will be received, proceeds to go to the Wilton Standard Church. For more information, call Bill Hare at 613-386-3405. TURKEY DINNER At the Golden Links Hall in Harrowsmith from 4:30-6 p.m., cost is $13. Call Barb at 613-372-2315. OCTOBER 22 AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Meeting of Napanee Group 150 at 7 p.m. at Trinity United Church in Napanee, John Street entrance. GENERAL MEETING Of members of the Deseronto Legion, starting at 7:30 p.m. All members are urged to attend, refreshments will be served. OCTOBER 23 ‘BREAKAWAY’ CLUB For Grade 7-8 students, will begin weekly meetings with registration at 6:30 p.m. at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Dr., across from L&A County General Hospital. Age appropriate activities, games, special projects, Bible lessons and discussion. Snacks too. No cost to join. For information, call 613354-2669. OCTOBER 24 HERITAGE DINNER Join the members of the Adolphustown-Fredericksburgh Heritage Society for a

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community roast beef dinner. Following the meal the Lennox and Addington Museum and Archives’ archivist, Shelley Respondek, will be presenting ‘This Old House: What Secrets does it Hold?’, a step-by-step guide to discovering the history of your house. Arrive at South Fredericksburgh Hall, 2478 County Rd. 8, at 6 p.m. to view displays. Dinner served at 6:30 p.m., costs $16. For tickets call Kathy Staples at 613-373-2877. LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-9 p.m. OCTOBER 25 ZUMBA GOLD At the Tamworth Legion from 9:30-10:30 p.m. OCTOBER 26 LUNCH At the Napanee Legion. Come and enjoy a hot meal including dessert, coffee and tea for $9. From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All welcome. ‘THEME’ YOUTH DANCE Sponsored by the Odd Fellow and Rebekahs, at Golden Links Hall in Harrowsmith. Come dressed in a costume for a chance to win a $25 gift card. From 7-10 p.m. Cost is $6 for kids ages 9-15, call Sharon at 613-372-1274 or Wayne at 613-358-2533. OCTOBER 27 ENTERTAINMENT At Napanee Legion, featuring Chuck and Western Skies from 7:30-11:30 p.m. Cost is $5 for non-members. ‘JUST PIES’ Pie sale at Riverside United Church in Yarker from 10 a.m. to noon. Wide variety of

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homemade pies, $8 each. Call 613-377-1700. HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY At the Deseronto Legion from 8 p.m. to midnight. Hal-

loween costume part and karaoke dance with A-1 Karaoke. Prizes, light lunch good times. ‘PUMPKIN POWER!’ Everyone is welcome at the

COMMUNITY / 11 Macpherson House at 180 Elizabeth St. in Napanee. Tour the Macpherson House decorated for the season, sample some home-baked pumpkin treats baked on a traditional hearth, and activities for the whole family. Admission by donation. Call 613-354-5982.


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HALLOWEEN HAUNT SCAVENGER HUNT… At Lil Posh Parties and Boutique, 824 Palace Village, Napanee, to support local food banks. Tickets $15 each, or $10 each with food donation. From 6-7:30 p.m. for ages 2-9, and from 8-9:30 for ages 10-14. Halloween-themed snacks and drinks to follow. Ballot draw to win a prize. Tickets limited, call 613-354-3838 or visit Facebook page to RSVP. All RSVPs will be entered into early-bird draw. Watch each week for clues in your local newspapers that will lead ‘little ghouls and boys’ to a spooktacular prize.

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The long term dedicated staff at Doyles have the experience necessary to support all your product needs. Doyles are proud to announce that we have added 2 new sunroom products to round out our lines, and we look forward to being your one-stop-sunroomshop, with do it yourself kits, 3 season, 4 season and conservatory models available. Call or drop in today for a free in-home consultation on any of our many products and services. Richard R. Larose Owner/President

formerly Stone Mills Foodland, was established in February of 2000. Larry and Kim McCutcheon, along with their children, Blair, Brittany and Chad, purchased the business in August of 2005. Stone Mills Family Market is a local grocery store in Tamworth. They offer everything from fresh baked goods, sliced deli meats, and fresh cuts of meat from their butcher to fine quality produce and free warm smiles. You can even stop for a hot cup of coffee, a bowl of soup or have a fresh sub sandwich for your lunch. Next time you are in Tamworth, visit Stone Mills Family Market and experience what hometown, friendly service is all about.

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Hogan Apiaries a-buzz with new investment Grant allows for new honey extraction method By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER

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The new honey extraction line was partially funded through a peLa CFDC grant for $10,000, allowing for easy expansion down the road. pictured working on the deboxer and decapper are Jason Whitney (left) and paul Hicks.

It has been nearly 80 years since B. Hogan Apiaries opened its doors in Bath, and the Hogan family now plans to expand once again. Thanks to a $10,000 Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Community Futures Development Corporation grant, owner Ben Hogan says he now has modern honey extraction

equipment, less stress on his staff and the ability to expand production more than two-fold. “We got the forklift with a loan through PELA in the past and now with the new extraction line, it has just changed everything,” he said. “It’s incredible because I used to have to hire guys to come in and you’d have to hand-bomb everything, or move it from place to place.” Hogan said that to replace his extraction line now, it would cost about $60,000 – an investment that paves the way for an expansion. “We can easily run 6,000 pounds a day without a lot of effort, where before it was hard work,” he told the Beaver. “It helped the guys so we get more work out of the guys, and one of the huge prob-

lems we had in the past was time.” During years with a large crop of honey, Hogan said they just couldn’t keep up with the old system. “The bees weren’t being treated in time so we would lose them. Now this allows us to spend more time on the bees,” he said. “It has allowed us to take better care of the bees, plus we can double our production if we wanted to. It’s all those good things plus the guys, and they are very happy that they are not working like they had to before.” The new extraction line features a deboxer that automatically loads frames of honey onto the line, which are then sent towards an extractor that spins twice the number of frames as before.

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Bonnie Foley, the production manager at B. Hogan Apiaries, fills honey containers at the final stage in the production process.

The company’s previous extractor, which had to be loaded by hand and was more likely to damage frames, is still in use but primarily for frames that were already broken and cannot be loaded onto the new line. Located just of the Village of Bath on the Loyalist Parkway, B. Hogan Apiaries was started by William and Howard Hogan – The Hogan Brothers – in 1934. The apiary currently manages 25 bee yards and 800

hives, which equates to approximately 50 million bees. These bees produce on average 120,000 pounds of honey each year. “You get all that force on your frame and it can blow them out,” Hogan said of the old system. “With this one you don’t get any blowouts. This is state-of-the-art equipment, the best you can buy.” All the capping and wax is collected, separated and stored. The honey goes back into production, while the wax is heated up and made into bricks that are in high

demand to manufacture candles. “The wax is worth more than the honey. Our wax is in big demand because we keep our equipment in good shape, so our cappings are nice and yellow,” he said. “It’s quite easy to sell actually.” With the new system in place, Hogan plans to expand the business from 800 hives to 1,000 in the near future. “PELA has just been fantastic and you can see what it has done for us,” he said during a tour of the property. “We are very appreciative of everything they have done for us.”

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Chamber of Commerce sweetens membership By Seth DuChene EDITOR he Napanee and District Chamber of Commerce is introducing a new program that will ensure that membership matters. With its new ‘Member to Member’ initiative, the Chamber of Commerce is encouraging its members to offer promotions and incentives to each other. “This is something that we have talked about onand-off over the years, but it

just didn’t get off the ground,” explained NDCC Manager Kathy Medd, who added that other Chambers of Commerce employ similar programs. During the NDCC’s strategic planning exercise in 2010, the idea was revived, and the wheels were put in motion. “Providing good services to our members was very important, and we recognized we had to increase the value of membership for our members,” she said. “(We thought this) would be a step in the right direction.” So far, several local busi-

nesses have signed on in the first year, with about 35 members taking part. “We’re really pleased to see the response,” said Medd. Under the program, participating members offer deals and bargains to fellow members and their families, and can take advantage of incentives offered by fellow members as well. Those incentives can be viewed at the NDCC website at www.napaneechamber.ca. Medd says the program should meet several objectives

identified by the NDCC. “We want to increase business for our members, we want to make the Chamber of Commerce network stronger, and increase the NDCC membership itself,” said Medd. “We like the ‘buy local’ attitude the programs encourages as well.” The program will get its official launch at the Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon today. “There are a lot of benefits to the program, and we’re please to be unveiling it finally,” said Medd.

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Talents of the Town a business boost downtown Final market of season set for Oct. 27 By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER REATER Napanee’s Talents of the Town outdoor market made great strides in its third year under town management, firmly rooting itself within the community. Each year the attendance has grown to the point where almost everyone in town knows that every second Saturday in May through October, vendors will line the Napanee Market Square. “I think this year went very well,” said Greater Napanee Core Area Advisory Committee Co-ordinator Lyndsay Tee. “(This year) was probably our most successful summer we’ve had yet. There were lots of vendors that came out to participate and lots from the public that came to shop on a biweekly basis as well.” While great for local vendors, the market’s benefits have trickled to the downtown shops as well. The age-old battle for Napanee’s Business Improvement Area has always been finding ways to draw shoppers into the downtown on weekends.

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Geoff Johnson and Anne-Marie Pap rehearse for their upcoming show, God’s Middle Name, which will open next Wednesday night at the Earl Street Theatre in Kingston. so it will tire us out by the end of the night.” Johnson said his biggest challenge has been bringing the character to life. “In my mind I always think I want to make this realistic, I don’t ever want anyone to think I don’t believe this when they are watching it,” he said. “You want it to be true, you want to be honest about the part, and because it is autism

you don’t want people going, ‘Oh yeah I don’t believe that.’” He said that watching YouTube videos on autism has helped him a lot, but does not end there. “It’s like personalities, there are so many aspects of autism and every person is different,” Johnson said. The Earl Street Theatre is located inside Kingston Collegiate and Vocational School, with

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Deseronto’s first trip to the SPC a stormy one Fists fly in Napanee’s 7-1 victory By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER SPORTS To paraphrase comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Tuesday’s Deseronto Storm and Napanee Raiders game resembled a boxing match with a little mix of hockey. On the puck side of things, the Raiders gave the Storm a rude welcome to their barn, lambasting them 7-1 in their first trip to Napanee. Frustration boiled over in the third as three separate fights broke out within a nine minute span. As ugly as the final outcome was, at the close of the first period Napanee held just a slim 2-1 lead. “I don’t know what happens,” said Storm head coach Adam Maracle, who was ejected in the third for an abuse of officials gross misconduct. “We seem to be right there, then all of a

sudden a couple of bad penalties, a couple of bad goals and everybody gets down on themselves. Everybody loses their cool, including me. It gets frustrating.” Deseronto actually got on the board first as Brett Maracle scored the at the 8:07 mark of the opening period. Luck seemed to be against Napanee early on as twice they rung shots off the post as they searched for the equalizer. Zach Knapp-Hermer finally had the answer at the 13:39 mark, popping the cap on the first of seven straight Napanee tallies. Bud Norris scored the eventual game winner just shy of the 16 minute mark, taking a Jayden Adams and Evan Brown feed and going top shelf on Storm goalie Dan Corrigan. Ryan Thistlethwaite, playing in his first game with the Raiders since coming over in a trade from Port Hope, made his presence felt with an early second period goal. Luke Emmons had two, his brother Donny had one and

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The gloves came off (several times) on Tuesday night, as Deseronto’s Riley Muise (left) drops the gloves with Luke Emmons. This was the first of three fights on the night. Brown added one of his own to secure the win. “It was a bit of a slow first period,” said Raiders head coach André Roy. “I

didn’t say a whole lot between the period, but they got my message. I think I said six words, but it seemed to be effective.”

Napanee made good use of eight power-plays, scoring on three of them. Deseronto on the other hand went 0-8 with the

man-advantage, including an empty handed five-onthree. Kyle Copeland took the win, stopping 16 shots, snapping a personal two game losing streak. “I was hoping the game didn’t get carried away like it did,” Roy said of the fights. “They got tired and that’s the way it went. You hope it doesn’t happen that way but that’s part of the game.” The win was the second straight for the Raiders over the Storm, as they earned a 4-1 win on Friday in Deseronto. Once again the Storm struck first, this time Jordan Cannons giving his team the early lead. Chris Doyle answered for Napanee in the final minute of the first, allowing the teams to enter the break deadlocked 1-1. Jayden Adams and Donny Emmons each potted a goal in the final two minutes of the second, providing the difference. Luke Emmons added an insurance marker early in the third.

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Bronze finish for Hawks golfer NDSS v-ball team earns a split Austin James shoots 156 over two days at OFSAA BEAVER SPORTS DSS’ Austin James fired identical rounds of 78 at OFSAA's golf championship last Wednesday and Thursday, giving him a share of third place overall. That forced a playoff between him and Joseph Kremer, which Kremer won to claim bronze. James was awarded an antique bronze for his finish. James’ two day total of 156 was four back of first place finisher Luke Moser of Waterloo’s St. David CSS. Hanish Nagrani of Welland’s Notre Dame was one shot back in second. Conditions were anything but ideal for all golfers in the field, as strong winds and fast greens lead to unpredictable rolls. That presented its share of challengers for all competitors, many of which who had never seen Vineland, Ont.’s Twenty Valley Course. The medal wraps up a strong first half of the season for James, who captured KASSAA and EOSSAA titles. He and the rest of the NDSS Golden

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Austin James battled tough conditions at OFSAA last week to finish tied for third. Hawks golf team will return to action this spring when they head to South Carolina to take part in the Palmetto High School Championship. When not

competing he trains on Bath’s Loyalist Golf at Country Club. The team is coached by Mike Hartwick and Geoff James.

Flashes of brilliance, mixed with mental lapses gave the NDSS Golden Hawks senior boys volleyball team a 1-1 record last week. On Tuesday they were shutout on the road in Bayridge, losing 3-0. In their previous game at home on Thursday, they looked near unbeatable for some stretches, winning 31 over La Salle. “It was a tighter match than necessary,” said Hawks head coach Jill Ardern. “The boys haven’t been playing very consistently lately. I don’t know if it’s a confidence thing. They certainly have the skill.” In the first set Napanee had several chances to run away with the game, but always allowed the Black Knights to claw back and tie. After a back and fourth battle the Hawks would finally break a 23-23 tie and squeeze out a 25-23 win. In the second set they failed to build off that

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NDSS’ Sloan Creighton (right) attempts a block. momentum, falling behind 10-5. Napanee would rally back on the strength of Steve Brazda’s serves, pulling ahead 17-16 and then never looked back in a 25-16 win. Once again they couldn’t capitalize on the momentum in the third, trailing most of the in a 2521 defeat. In the fourth they had to sweat a bit and play a little extra, breaking a 2626 tie with two straight points to hang on for the

28-26 win. Angus McLaughlin lead the team in kills while Sloan Creighton delivered excellent blocking at the net. Those two provide a quiet leadership on the team, and the coach hopes more will follow their lead. “We need a few more of the boys to step up and find some confidence,” said Ardern. “We do have some newbies on the team.” With the split Napanee is 3-4 on the year, sitting tied for seventh in KASSAA league standings.


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The Napanee Stars Novice As are still undefeated, with a record of 7-0. They defeated the Cobourg Cougars 8-3. Scoring for Napanee was Quinton Pierce with a hat trick, Cole Campbell, Ethan Martin, Owen Gibson, Reid Lambert and Lukas Hannah. Assists in this game went to Pierce and Cal Uens (three), Zach Slaven (three), and Campbell. Ryan Aldridge

and Corbin Votary shared the goaltending duties. Next was a home game against the Oshawa Minor Generals, which the Stars won 8-1. Goal scorers in this game were Campbell (two), Uens (two), Slaven, Ethan Sutcliffe, Lambert, and Ben Albright. Assists in this game went to Sutcliffe (two), Campbell, Albright, Lambert, Pierce and Slaven. Votary went the distance in net. The Stars then went to Whitby to continue their

Oct. 19: Amherstview Jets at Deseronto Storm, 8:30 p.m. at the Deseronto Community Arena. Oct. 23: Port Hope Panthers @ Napanee Raiders, 7:30 p.m. at the Strathcona Paper Centre.

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streak, beating the Wildcats 4-0. Campbell earned a hat trick, while Uens chipped in one. Assists went to Pierce, Gibson and Slaven. Votary and Aldridge shared the shutout. n The Novice AE Stars went to Peterborough to face the Minor Petes. It was a hard fought battle to the bitter end, but Napanee lost 3-2. Scoring for Napanee were Gavin Brooks and Spencer Cranley. In Napanee on Sunday the team played another exciting game against the Kingston Canadiens, a team that allowed just six goals in seven games. Thanks to goal scorer Cranley, Napanee came out strong, and held the Canadiens off with a one goal lead in the first. Unfortunately they succumbed to the intense pressure of the Canadiens in the second and third periods, and lost 6-2. Cranley did manage to heat things up in the final minutes of play, and score a second goal. Nathaniel Cinnamon and Jacob Brown shared the puck stopping duties in net for both games making several timely saves. n The Atom A team fell 5-2 in Uxbridge, but held Clarington to a 4-4 draw on the Goodyear rink on Sunday. Ethan McKeown put Napanee on the scoreboard first, with a helper registered by Tristan Shelley. Mason Barker made it 2-1. After they fell behind, Nolan Gunter tied the score 3-3 in the final frame. McKeown gave the home squad a 4-3 lead with only 4:25 remaining, but their guests got the equalizer on the power play in the last minute. n The Napanee Minor Atom

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pushed their record to 7-0 to start the season with two wins. It was 6-2, in Pickering where the locals controlled a large margin of the play, outshooting their opponents 475. Then they travelled to Clarington, and although it was 1-1 after the middle period, their continued pressure paid off as they preyed on the Toros in the third to win 7-2. Cobourg will be in town Saturday at 6 pm. n The Peewee AE Stars had a weekend of ups and downs, going 1-2 over a busy four days. Penalty problems proved devastating for the Stars at home on Thursday night, as the Belleville Bulls shut out Napanee 5-0. Four Bulls goals came on the power play. Cole East was stuck with the loss, despite playing a strong game in net. Things went much better on Saturday night when the Stars hosted their stellar counterparts from Uxbridge, and cruised to a 7-3 win. Spencer Chatterton had a pair of goals, while Colby Sweet notched a goal and a couple of assists. Cal DuChene scored a goal and an assist. Seth Barton, Brock Vale and Michael Lloyd all scored, while Kolten Montpetit, Bruce Dunham and Kiel Benton earned assists. Goalie Nolan Hatch collected the win. The Stars found themselves on the losing side of the ledger on Sunday in a 83 loss to the Whitby Wildcats. Chatterton had a pair of goals, while Lloyd had a goal and an assist. DuChene and netminder Hatch each got assists. Hatch and East shared time in net in the loss.

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ual podium, Moore's time helped her St. Lawrence Vikings win the team bronze. The Vikings had an average time of 21:10. Last year Moore took home bronze at the Humber event en route to being named the 2011 SLC Female Athlete of the Year. Moore will now prepare for the Ontario College Athletics Association Provincial Championships this Saturday at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie. Last year she earned bronze at OCAA.

Break out the brooms, curling’s coming NDCC readies for 2012/13 By Sandy Eastlake ON THE BUTTON Another season of curling is almost upon us. Napanee District Curling Club league directors are hard at work putting teams together so you should be getting a call on the time of your first game soon. The ice is ready to go with only a couple of minor installation headaches for Steve, Don and Frank to

deal with. Today and tomorrow from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. is open for all members to throw a few rocks and there will be club instructors available for anyone wanting 'refresher' assistance. The full new curler clinic is set for Sept. 21 at 1:30 p.m. and I have called or emailed all who requested this free clinic. If for some reason you were not contacted, please call me Sandy 613-354-7138. See you on the ice.

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Mike Brogee manned the net, turning away 34 of 35 attempts. Corrigan was saddled with the loss, facing 43 shots. With the two wins Napa-

nee improved to 5-3, sitting third with 10 points. Amherstview is second with 11 points (5-2) while Picton leads the way at 6-0-1. Napanee will try to give Picton their first regulation loss tonight when they trav-

el to Picton for a 7:30 p.m. tilt. Tomorrow night they head to Port Hope for an 8 p.m. puck drop. On Tuesday they return home to host Amherstview for a 7:30 p.m. game at the SPC. Meanwhile Deseronto,

who sandwiched a 4-3 loss to the Jets on Sunday between back-to-back losses to Napanee, is now 1-8. They’ll try to snap their seven game slide tomorrow night when they host Amherstview for a 8:30 game in Deseronto.

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County urged to improve seniors housing By Seth DuChene EDITOR At its working session last Wednesday night, Lennox and Addington County council offered sympathy but little in the way of solutions after hearing an appeal from a local senior to improve availability of subsidized social housing to elderly in the area. Following a presentation made by Shirley Stinson — a resident at a social housing building in Napanee — council requested a report from Prince EdwardL&A Social Services Director Brian Elo-Shepherd regarding the state of sen-

iors’ social housing in the county. Before doing so, however, councillors and staff suggested that without substantial additional money from the provincial government, and without changes to the way social housing is administered, little could be done to improve social housing availability for seniors in the shortterm. “I agree with Shirley, we have a problem, but we’re not the only county in the province who has a problem,” said Greater Napanee Mayor Gord Schermerhorn. “You go to Prince Edward, you go to Belleville, you go to Kingston, they have the same problems as we have.

The problem is building these things, millions of dollars to build apartment buildings and so on, and the province handed them down to (us).” “This isn’t just Napanee, this is the County of L&A,” said Loyalist Mayor and L&A Warden Bill Lowry. “We have many people in the north and many people in the south of Napanee who need just as much or more than what you require. But, unfortunately, we don’t have facilities built yet. It is a challenge for this county council over the next few years in our budget deliberations, to try to do something about it, but there is no instant remedy.”

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Stinson urged council to make at least some of the current social housing apartment buildings for seniors only; she also argued that seniors should be given priority over younger social-housing applicants to ensure seniors have an affordable place to live. “All of these buildings… were all built, originally, for seniors,” Stinson told council. “Now, the big problem is, instead of being able to put our name on the list to come into senior housing and expect to wait our turn, we’re being pushed down the list.” She said that at her own apartment complex, senior residents are living alongside younger residents; she said that the lifestyles of seniors and young people are generally incompatible. “We have these much, much younger people moving in, and I think everybody realizes that 70- and 80-yearolds don’t mix all that well with 20-year-olds,” she said. “We need a place that is for seniors, because we don’t live the same lifestyle as young people,” Stinson continued later. “We don’t party all hours of the night. That’s not conducive to a happy relationship. Seniors who have worked hard and raised families deserve to have a quiet spot. We have contributed to this town over the years, and that’s my big disappointment, that at this stage of my life, I can’t have anything that I can really call a ‘seniors’

place’ that is quiet and peaceful.” Stinson also argued that few Napanee-area residents realize that buildings such as Jubilee Apartments, the Maples and the Queen Elizabeth Apartments are no longer designated as seniors-only. “What are we supposed to do in an aging community like Napanee? It’s always been an old community, but even moreso today. If the waiting list (to get into subsidized housing) is five years for seniors, we don’t have five years to wait. We need to have housing,” she said. Elo-Shepherd was pressed by Loyalist DeputyMayor Ric Bresee on whether the county could make buildings seniorsonly. “What you’re saying is that we don’t have the legal right to discriminate by selecting an age group available for our social housing units?” Bresee asked Elo-Shepherd. “Essentially, yes. There are some nuances associated with that,” replied EloShepherd. Elo-Shepherd told council that the county had little in the way of options when it comes to reworking social housing administration policy. “The province does clearly spell out a number of requirements for municipalities to follow in the administration of social housing. That certainly includes a whole lot of requirements, a whole lot of rules,” he said.

“There are other pieces of legislation that govern our activities and our responsibilities, the Human Rights Code being one of them. It has be successfully argued in many municipalities proposing a challenge around whether a building can accept only seniors or if it would have to accept young people. So, there are precedent-setting, binding things that we must consider in the administration of social housing,” Elo-Shepherd continued. “I appreciate completely in terms of what Ms. Stinson has outlined to us, in terms of the real challenge that comes with being a senior trying to find housing in our communities. But… there is a very significant network of rules and requirements (over which) we do not have a whole lot of flexibility in terms of how we approach things.” Besides requesting a report from Elo-Shepherd regarding the state of seniors social housing in the county, council also asked that staff review living arrangements within the buildings. Following the meeting, Stinson said she was disappointed by council’s reaction to her presentation. “I think they have it backwards,” she said, particularly as it related to the idea that the county could not discriminate against young people in making social housing units available. “I think they’re discriminating against seniors.”

C O M M U N I T Y PULSE

OCTOBER 27 HALLOWEEN DANCE From 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 623 on County Road 4 in Millhaven. Cost is $10 per person. Music by DJ, light lunch served later in the evening. Come dressed in your best costume, everyone welcome. Call 613-3527772. BEST HALLOWEEN COSTUME DANCE From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Enterprise Community Hall. Dress the part! Tons for prizes for costumes. Judging at 11 p.m. Music by DJ, buffet, tickets at the door. Sponsored by the Enterprise Community Hall Committee, 613-358-2002. POKER RUN TRAIL RIDE At 1 p.m. at Hot 2 Trot Stables, 1003 Lucas Rd. in Odessa, to support the Canadian Cancer Society. Cost to participate is $20. Multiple games and events on-site throughout the day, along with prizes. Lunch available for $5. Participants can arrive at noon into time to get unloaded

and in the saddle in time for 1 p.m. For more information or to register, call Megan Desjardins at 613-243-6088. CHRISTMAS GIFT SALE The Bath and District Lions Club and the Amherstview Lions Club are holding their annual Christmas Gift Sale in the Amherstview Community Hall (108 Amherst Dr., Amherstview.) from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Free admission, free coffee and free gift wrapping. ALL HALLOW’S EVE CHARITY BALL Public event by Ange Benn and Vicky Koutroubis MacPherson at the Lions Hall in Napanee from 8 p.m. to 2 p.m. Prizes for best costumes, music food and fun while raising money for a lucky charity. Raffle and silent auction. Tickets $20 each and are available at Gray’s IDA and Starlet in Downtown Napanee. Featuring DJ Liana Parr. CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT Starting at 2 p.m. at the Tamworth Legion, cost is $4.

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1 LOCATION for your food and decorating supplies, 1527 Bridge Street West, Napanee. Call 613-396-6298. 3 PTH snowblower, 6’. Call 613354-4604. 4X6 ICE fishing hut, pressured treated floor and skis, small offset for stove, leaving room for comfy bench seat, accommodates 2 or 3, new last year, stove and bench included, $525. 613-583-1992. CHERRY WOOD buffet-hutch, table with 3 leafs and 6 chairs, $1,300. Call 613-354-6155. CUB CADET hydrostatic lawn mower, 42” cut, 180 hours, snowblower attachment, 42”, garden cart, $2,500. 613-358-9466. DRY HARD mixed stove wood, cut and split, delivered, sold by halfton box full. 613-358-2046. DRY HARDWOOD, oak and maple, split 16”, $140 half-ton load. Call 613-396-9900. FOUR SNOW tires on rims, used 1 season, 185/65R14, $200; trailer hitch, $100. Call 613-396-3414. FREE WINDOW, three sections. Call 613-308-9288. HATS FOR hides, 232 South Church Lane, Deseronto, current hats and crests. Call 613-921-7376. NEW SEARS Craftsman 24” dual stage snowblower, purchase price, $749, selling price, $600. Call 613967-8287. WHITE ALUMINUM doors, 32”x80”, $50; white, vinyl, double hung, thermal pane windows, $50 each, approximate sizes, 33”x52”, 70”x52”, 22”x33”, obscure glass only. Open Monday-Friday, 7am4:30pm. 1296 Hamilton Road, Trenton. 613-392-3100.

APPLIANCES FOR SALE

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Stoves, washers, dryers, freezers, dishwashers, 3 mos. old & up. Sold with written guarantees. Fridge's $100. & up.

NEW APPLIANCES

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

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

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2ND AND 3rd cut, alfalfa, high moisture hay, single wrapped. Call 613-354-3590. ASP CONTRACTORS, airless spray painting, power washing, barns, houses, factories, etc. Corn, glass and sandblasting, new steel roofs installed, roofs screwnailed and boards replaced, eavestroughs and gutter guards installed. Call George, 1-800-589-1375, cell 613827-8485. E-mail: georgewickens@hotmail.com BARN REPAIRS, steel roofs repaired or replaced, barn boards replaced, beam repairs, sliding doors, eavestroughs, screwnailing, painting, sandblasting, etc. Call John, 613-392-2569. HOARD’S LIVESTOCK auction every Tuesday, For marketing and trucking information, call Murray Jackson, 613-354-6713. HORSE BOARDING, Tamworth area, indoor arena, 2 outdoor sand rings, 128 acres of trails, daily individual turnout, coaches/trainers welcome. e-mail asutcliffe@kos.net or call Alison, 613-379-2139 or 613530-0520.

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RED CEDAR posts, $1.50 per inch, 8’. Call 613-546-1048. SPRAY PAINTING, roofs and sides, screwnailing steel roofs, 5” and 6” seamless eavestroughs, soffits, facia and gutter guard installed or delivered, free estimates. 1-877-490-9914. WOODLOT OWNERS. We buy standing timber logs, hardwood and soft, firewood and pulp. Free evaluation and dollar estimate, over 30 years of proven service in the area. Call collect, 613-358-2370. YEARLING EWES for sale; fresh grass fed lamb for sale. Call 613358-1260.

COMMERCIAL

2012 DAILY Date book is still available, only 1 left at half price. Our front office has a variety of office supplies including table paper. You can place an order with us for wedding invitations and accessories, business cards and address labels. If what you require is not in stock, we will be glad to order the item for you. The Napanee Beaver, 613-354-6641, ext. 101.

DOYLES WINDOWS AND SUNROOMS BUY DIRECT AND SAVE HUGE FACTORY DISCOUNTS Take advantage of the weather and large Discounts available on our custom made Windows, Entrance Systems, Patio and Storm Doors. Come see our displays at our showroom at: 140 Industrial Blvd., Unit 1, Napanee, ON Call 613-354-3597 or 1-888-282-5213 Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Evenings and Weekends by appointment MOORE BROS. Water softeners, water purifiers and filtering systems. Free water test, free installation. Salt available. 613-354-5516.

WOOD HEAT SOLUTIONS 2012 FALL REBATE SALE Factory incentives up to $1,000 or Instant Rebates up to $600. Call for more information

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LUV-A-K9 CLASSES, dogs love school too, obedience, puppy, manners, agility, Rally O, conformation. Register, 613-389-2895 www.luv-a-k9.com

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

MOTORCYCLE, 2000 Yamaha VStar 650 Classic, black, 24,000 km, excellent condition, $3,500 certified. 613-476-5509. SECURE STORAGE for motorcycles and seadoos, in Napanee, starting at $25 per month, November 1st-April 30th. Call 613-3861460 after 6pm or leave message.

CARS & TRUCKS

AUTO PARTS, new and used, auto and truck parts, we buy scrap metals. Cars and trucks wanted. 816 Goodyear Road, Napanee. Call Parts-A-Plenty Inc. 613-242-2326, 1-888-689-1795. Yes, we have tires.

CARS AND trucks wanted for scrap or recycling, we buy scrap metals, free pickup or you bring in. Mike, 613-561-8445 or Dan, 613929-7572. We also sell auto parts and tires. NAPANEE FAIRGROUNDS vehicle storage, $10 per linear foot for season, all vehicles in Saturday, November 3, 2012 and out Saturday, April 13, 2013. No exceptions. Proof of insurance required. First come, first served, 9am. Information, 613-354-5264.

BOATS & MOTORS

1962 18’ Grew Cruiser Lap Strake Mahogany interior, 4 cyl, 60 hp, Volvo Penta inboard, 2nd owner (stored for 20 years), excellent condition for restoration, $3,500 or best offer. Brad, 613-373-2227.

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COMMERCIAL FOR RENT

425 SQ ft store in The Campbell House, 11 Dundas West, $600 includes all utilities, central air, parking, free WiFi, garbage disposal, sign. 613-532-3672. 800 SQ ft, retail or office space, prime location on Advance Avenue, excellent visibility on high traffic intersection. Jim, 613-540-4447.

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL SPACE

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

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

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The Napanee Beaver

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Downtown commercial space, street level, 2100 sq.ft. office space. $925. monthly plus HST. Includes heat, utilities & A/C. Perfect location on Dundas Street across from Tim Hortons.

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

FOR RENT

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1st and December 1st, 2 bedroom apartments, in quiet, clean building with laundry facilities, parking, first/last and references required, $875 inclusive. 613-876-1320. DESERONTO, 2 bedroom duplex, deck, large back yard, parking, laundry closet, excellent condition, $850 plus, non-smoking, no pets. 613-539-4847. ONE BEDROOM and 4 bedroom apartments, $625 and up. Call 613-929-4155.

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DESERONTO, 2 bedroom second floor apartment with loft in security building, available November 1st, $915 monthly inclusive, central a/c and on site parking, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613561-7956. DESERONTO, AVAILABLE immediately, large 1 bedroom, second floor apartment in security building, $725 monthly inclusive, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613-561-7956. NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN, second floor, 1 bedroom apartment above retail store, recently renovated, excellent condition, $750 plus hydro, off-site parking available, nonsmoking. 613-539-4847. TWO BEDROOM apartment, main floor, appliances, non-smoker, no dogs, available December 1st, references, first/last, $900 monthly inclusive. 613-354-7042.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN street level store or office plus 2 spacious, bright rented apartments with potential of over $2,200 monthly income, $169,000. Call Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. 613273-5000. RESTAURANT FOR sale or lease, seats 30 people, new furnace and electric panel, freshly painted, all contents included. 613-388-2520.

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CASH FOR farms and acreage in Napanee to Kingston area. Call Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. 613273-5000. CONTRACTOR BUYS in town and rural properties in need of repair. Call us for free evaluation. Call Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. 613273-5000.

WANTED

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

EMPLOYMENT WANTED

FURNACE CLEANING, experienced gas tech, certified and licenced, seniors rates. Call 613-354-3192. HAVE TRACTOR with loader, brush hogging, yard work, tilling garden, cutting lawns. Call Earl, 613-354-2570.

JIM PORTER PLUMBING 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE NEW JOBS WANTED

• Plumbing Service Work • Pumps & Pressure Systems • Water Treatment - Sales & Service • Ultra Violet Purifiers plus Yearly Lamp Replacement - Sales & Service • Hot Water Tanks - Sales & Service

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RENOVATIONS, REPAIRS, carpentry, drywall, ceramic, hardwood, laminate flooring, painting, windows and doors, roofing, etc. Free estimates, John, 613-3543671; cell, 613-561-1621. SEWING AND alterations, home decor and drapes by Pauline. Call 613-329-4015. WE CLEAN homes, offices, windows and carpets, free estimates. Call 613-396-5258 or 613-4835290.

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PASSPORT PHOTOS Taken Professionally by MJM PHOTO / MIKE MURPHY Call: 613-354-3232 246 East St., Napanee Total cost $15.00

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

SPECIAL NOTICES

FEEL YOU have a drinking problem? Help is available. Call Alcoholics Anonymous. Napanee, 613354-9974, 613-354-4890; Deseronto, 613-396-2543.

HERITAGE HALL

BUFFET DINNER HAM & SCALLOPED POTATOES

Sunday, October 21st Serving 4pm - 7pm $10 per person

613-476-2342 166 County Rd 6, Picton *No Reservations

INDIAN COOKING classes, $35, special until October 31st, bring 4 friends, you’re $17, bring 5 friends, you’re free. 613-354-6635.

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PASSPORT PHOTOS professionally taken by Mike Murphy/MJM Photo. Call 613-354-3232. Only $15 total. ST. VINCENT de Paul C.W.L. Bazaar winners: Maggie Marlow, $200; Pauline Milligan, $100; Monica LaVecque, $50. WINNERS OF Bath & District Lioness Club Meat Draw: M. McIlwaine, $300; A. Lafontaine, $150; G. Dillenbeck, $50. Thank you for your support.

COMING EVENTS

FIREARMS AND Hunter Education courses at Tamworth. Firearms course, November 23rd, 24th; Hunter Education, November 30th, December 1st. Wild Turkey license examinations. Call Bill, 613-3352786.

WOMEN’S FITNESS BOOT CAMP Tuesdays and Thursdays 6pm-7pm October 16th* - December 20th Southview School $100 Bring weights, mats, water and indoor shoes *Register with Angela Kimmett Morris 613-354-2318 or email at jasabe@kos.net

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All levels welcome! Run Club Sunday at 8am It’s free and fun!

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GOLD RING with diamonds on Friday, October 12th and $50 bill, in Napanee. Reward. 613-354-3056.

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SMALL BLACK pouch containing hearing aid batteries from ListenUp, found at the Napanee Beaver office on Monday, October 15th. To claim, call 613-354-6641, extension 101.


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CHAMBERS - In memory of a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Madge, who passed away October 21, 2008. You can shed tears that she is gone, Or you can smile because she lived, You can close your eyes and pray that she’ll come back, Or you can open your eyes and see all she’s left, Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her, Or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday, You can remember her and only that she’s gone, Or you can cherish her memory and let it live on, You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back, Or you can do what she’d want: Smile, open your eyes, love and go on. Always lovingly remembered by Brenda and family. JACKSON - In loving memory of Homer Jackson, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, who passed away July 25, 2005; Mary Jackson (Craig), mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, who passed away October 19, 2011 and William (Ivan) Jackson, husband, father, brother and uncle, who died suddenly on September 21, 1978. They say there is a reason, They say that time will heal, But neither time nor reason Will change the way we feel, For no one knows the heartache That lies behind our smiles, No one knows how many times We have broken down and cried, We want to tell you something, So there won’t be any doubt, You’re so wonderful to think of, But so hard to be without. Sadly missed and always remembered by Morley Jackson, Marilyn Creasy, Lorne and Donna Jackson, Lois and Bill Hopkins and their families. KIRKPATRICK - In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Anna, who passed away October 21, 2002. Always remembered and loved by Ken, Karen, Lance, Jordan and Aaron and Buck, Kerri, Kelsey and Tyler. MOON - In loving memory of our very dear father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Clayton, who passed away October 21, 2008. Although we smile and make no fuss, No one misses you more than us And when old times we often recall, It’s then we miss you most of all. Forever loved and sadly missed by sons, Jack and Don and their families. OSTER - In loving memory of my dear son, David (Jr), who was promoted to Glory, October 17, 2006. I Miss You More Life goes on as usual, Everything seems okay, On the outside there are smiles sometimes And church and work and play, But in the quiet times the tears still flow, An emptiness settles in, My broken heart grieves on for you, Deeply missing you again, I love you, Davey, and My love grows stronger day by day, Six years and I miss you more Than when you went away. I pray every day I’ll see you again And that we’ll never part, I believe that’s in God’s plan for us, I feel it in my heart. Davey, I ‘member, Love you forever, Mom. TAYLOR - Herbert. December 23, 1919-October 18, 2009. In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. We little knew that morning, God was going to call your name, In life we loved you dearly, In death we do the same, It broke our hearts to lose you, You did not go alone, For part of us went with you The day God called you Home, You left us beautiful memories, Your love is still our guide And though we cannot see you, You are always at our side, Our family chain is broken And nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, The chain will link again. Forever remembered by Michelle, Dale, Josh and Taylor. THOMPSON - In loving memory of my dear husband, Gordon, who passed away October 18, 2002. Every day in some small way, Memories of you come my way, Though absent you are ever near, Still missed, still loved and forever dear. Always in my thoughts, Mary.

MEMORIAMS

William Maurice Wheatcroft

In loving memory of our Dad and Papa

Dad, We cannot believe it’s 5 years since you left us It seems like yesterday We miss our time spent together, Watching racing is just not the same, We miss your voice, the phone calls, Your smile and your advice, Most of all we just miss you and mum, You are always in our hearts and thoughts, We love you forever. David and Sharon

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Dad, we can’t believe it has been 5 years since you have been gone. We still think you are just around the corner. We miss our weekly dinners, having coconut cream pie together, your advice and wisdom, your saying ‘I’ve been to bed since’ when you can’t remember something from years ago. Every time we see a train we think of you. You are never out of our thoughts and every day we wish you (and mum) were still with us. We love you and miss you so much. Susan and Gaetan Papa, there are so many things that we miss that we just don’t really know how to articulate them. We miss your huge smile when we would come over to visit, the twinkle in your eye when you found something funny, and the way you would pick out a comb out of somewhere and brush your hair to the side just so. We miss hearing you calling Nana “duck” and always holding hands. We just miss you. Michelle and Scott, Elizabeth, Stephen, great-grandchildren Keiden and Raine.

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DUNN, Sharon

At the Kingston General Hospital on Saturday, October 13, 2012, after a brief illness. Sharon Marlene Dunn (nee Curson) of Napanee, at age 62. Beloved wife of the late Ian Dunn and dear mother of Bradley Dunn (Vicky) of Croydon and Jason Dunn (Alesa O’Neil) of Napanee. Grandmother of Wade and Lexi Dunn and their mother Wendy of Napanee. Dear sister of Donna Holden of Napanee and Marilyn Christie (Doug) of Westport. Sister-in-law of Alex Dunn (Gail) of Ottawa; Elizabeth Townsend (Ken) of Innisville; Stephen Dunn of P.E.I. and the late Roy Dunn. Fondly remembered by nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (Wannamaker-Tierney Chapel) at 123 Dundas Street West (613-3543341) on Thursday, October 18th from 9:30am followed by a Service in the Chapel at 11am. Interment Riverview Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Cancer Society or the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

CONLIN/SHELLEY, Florence

December 1936 - October 2012

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MANION, M. C. Kathleen (nee Manion)

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In loving memory of Calvin Frank Struthers, October 14, 2003. It has been nine years since you slipped into the arms of Jesus. And though we know you are safe and at peace with Him, we still long daily, that you were still here amongst us to guide and encourage us. Our memories of you keep us going and we can only pray that we will all be together once again, God rest your soul. All my love Beverly, children Diane, Calvin Jr., Mervin, Dale,  Bambi, Allan, Mark and families

THOMPSON - In loving memory of our dear father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Gordon, who left us October 18, 2002. Precious memories never die, As years roll on and days pass by, In our hearts the memories are kept Of the one we love and will never forget. Love you and miss you always Dad, your daughter Sharon and son-in-law Mel, grandchildren, April (Tom), Derek (Tina), Leigh-Ann (Ian), great-grandchildren, Zachary, Tessa, Jessica, Brooklynn, Tyler.

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BENN, Nellie Myrtle

(nee Lloyd) February 9, 1924 - October 11, 2012 Peacefully at Kingston General Hospital, October 11, 2012, surrounded by her family. Nellie is predeceased by her loving husband, of 53 years, Orville Benn, infant grandson David Michael Jensen and her nine brothers and sisters. She is survived by her daughter Doris Jensen (Benn), son-in-law Ole Jensen, grandson Philip Jensen, granddaughter Lena Jensen, grandson-in-law Pat Guertin and by her sister Kay Lott. She will also be lovingly remembered by her sisters-in-law, many nieces and nephews and friends. In keeping with Nellie’s wishes, cremation will take place. Family and friends will be received at James Reid Funeral Home, 1900 John Counter Blvd., Kingston on Thursday, October 18, 2012 from 10am12 noon with a Service to follow at noon, Rev. Jim Baldwin to officiate. Committal at Cataraqui Cemetery, with a Reception to follow at James Reid Funeral Home Reception Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations to either the Canadian Cancer Society, the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be greatly appreciated. www.jamesreidfuneralhome.com

Peacefully at home in Napanee on Friday, October 12, 2012, at the age of 95, beloved wife of the late Elwood Manion. Dear and loving mother of the late Edward (Marjorie of Arnprior); Francis (Cathy) of Napanee; Joanne Manion of Kingston; the late Joseph (Eileen of Picton); Marlene Manion and Mary Manion of Napanee; Robert (Nancy) of Kingston and David of Napanee. A cherished grandmother and great-grandmother to many. Survived by her loving sisters, Eileen Manion and Monica Manion, brother-in-law Burt (Mary) and sisters-in-law, Evangeline (late Charlie) and Theresa (late Ray). Predeceased by her brothers and sisters, Edmund (Margaret), Gerald (Beatrice), Leo (Patricia), Marjorie Evans (James), Louise Manion, Frances Manion and parents John and Annie Manion and brothers and sisters-in-law, Oswald (Vi), Evert (Audrey), Francis (Mary of Ardoch), Clifford (Eileen) and Cletus (Marilyn of London). Remembered fondly by her many nieces and nephews and their families. Kathleen was always an avid exhibitor at the Napanee Fair. On several occasions she won “The Most Points” in the baking class. She was well known for her vegetable stand on #2 Highway in Napanee where she sold rhubarb, sunflowers and tomatoes for many years. She also took great delight in her small flock of chickens. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Wednesday, October 17th from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm with prayers at 6:30pm. Funeral Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church on Thursday, October 18th at 11am. Interment St. Patrick’s Cemetery. Donations by cheque to Birthright will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Two locations to serve you.

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

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

Peacefully at the Lennox and Addington Hospital in Napanee on Wednesday, October 10, 2012. Florence May Shelley/Conlin, in her 76th year. Florence had been a recent resident of the Village Green in Selby and a long-time resident at Picton Manor. Loving mother of Bruce Shelley (Rose) and Michael Shelley (Cathy). Florence will be missed by grandchildren, Jennifer Remington (Ryan), Blaine Shelley, Tara Beattie (Luke), Tim Shelley and Sarah Voutt. Great-grandmother of Bryson and Kyleigh, Brandon and Chloe. In keeping with Florence’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A graveside Service will be held Friday, October 19th at 2pm at Riverview Cemetery in Napanee where she will be laid to rest with her son Brian James Shelley.

ERICKSON, Ron Albert

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Thursday, October 18, 2012

FISHER, Annie Margaret (Clark)

Peacefully with her family at her side at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee on Sunday, September 16, 2012, in lher 99th year. A lifelong resident of Belleville, beloved wife of the late Fred J. Fisher. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Christ Church on Coleman Street in Belleville at 1pm, Wednesday, October 24th followed by a reception. Interment at the Belleville Cemetery for family members. In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation to The John M. Parrott Centre, Napanee or a charity of your choise would be appreciated.

KNIGHT, Terry Robert Paul

Suddenly at home in Napanee on Wednesday, October 10, 2012, in his 55th year. Loving husband to Jackie (nee Cary) and cherished father of Robert and James. Dear brother of Betty, Mary, Jenny and Gordy and predeceased by his parents Reg and Margaret and his brothers, Wayne, Bill and Cecil. Fondly remembered by the Cary family. A Memorial Service will be held at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 11am. Interment to follow. Donations by cheque to the family would be greatly appreciated.

HELSLOOT, Aaltje “Alice”

(nee Pathius) Passed away peacefully at the Kingston General Hospital, with her family by her side, on Friday, October 12, 2012, in her 89th year, beloved wife of the late Cornelis Helsloot. Dear mother of John Helsloot of Enterprise; Ina (late Doug) Emmons of Enterprise and the late Patricia Helsloot. Lovingly remembered by her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Cherished sister of Bill (late Ann) Pathius of Enterprise; the late Ewe (Rie Pathius) of Holland; the late Bien Deboer of Holland and Sjaan Deleeuw (Johan) of Holland. Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews. For expressions of sympathy, donations may be made by cheque to the Lennox and Addington Hospital Foundation in memory of Alice. A private family Interment of Alice and her daughter Patricia’s ashes will be held at the Reidville Cemetery on October 27, 2012. Arrangements entrusted to the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel”. Two locations to serve you.

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

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

RAMSHAW, Eleanor (nee Hornby) “The Butter Tart Lady”

Two locations to serve you.

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

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

SHANKS, Irene

At the Landmark Nursing Home in Cobourg on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Irene Elizabeth Shanks, at age 94, beloved wife of the late Frank Shanks. Sister of Eva Amey (late Vernon) of Napanee; Jack Murphy (Ann) of Erinsville; Beatty Roffey (late David) of Cobourg and the late Ken Murphy, Dorothy Perry, Jean Murphy and Erma Egan. Fondly remembered by several nieces and nephews. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (Wannamaker-Tierney Chapel) at 123 Dundas Street West (613-354-3341) on Wednesday, October 17th from 10am followed by a Service in the Chapel at 11am. Interment Riverview Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

STANLEY, Richard

At home on Saturday, October 6, 2012, after a 20 year battle with cancer, at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Shirley. Loving father of Leif (Sherri), Abigail, Lauri (Odette) and Berit (Sean). Dear grandfather of 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He is survived by his brother Wilfred (Florence) and by his sister Margaret (Doug). A private family Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Condolences, tributes or donations may be made at www.tubmanfuneralhomes.com “Gone Fishin’. See you guys later.”

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Passed away peacefully at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital on Friday, October 12, 2012 with family by his side. Richard Stanley, beloved brother of Bill (Angela), Louise and Phyllis (Tub). Will be sadly missed by his niece Christina, nephews, Craig, Jean Marc, Denis and Dallas, greatnieces, Holly, Kianna, Brea and great-nephews, Noah, Sam and Isaac. Cousin of Pat Scott. In keeping with Richard’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Family and friends are invited to a Celebration of his Life to be held at The Temple of Prayer and Praise, 261 West Street, Napanee on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 2pm-4pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital, 8 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee, Ontario K7R 2Z4 or a charity of your choice. In care of Simpler Times Cremation Service (613-3897223/613-382-3683. Online condolences www.simplertimes.org

Suddenly at home on “The Bay” on Wednesday, October 10, 2012, at the age of 69, after spending an amazing Thanksgiving weekend with her family at the cottage on Mazinaw Lake. Eleanor May, loving wife of 48 years to Christopher and devoted mother to Sara (Eugene McNamee) of Belfast, Ireland; Heather (Gary Thompson) of Napanee and Christine (Geoff Perry) of Napanee. Eleanor is survived by her sister Shirley (Don Murray) of Komoka. Predeceased by her mom and dad, Stella and Elmer Hornby and infant sister Muriel. She is remembered endearingly by her mother-in-law Jean and family, Ferne, Tom and Brenda, Phil and Sheila Ramshaw as well as many nieces and nephews, cousins, great-nieces and nephews. Eleanor’s enthusiasm for family, curling, teaching and community services will be forever remembered and will live on in all of us forever. The family received friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Sunday, October 14th from 2pm-4pm and 7pm9pm. Funeral Service was held in the Chapel on Monday, October 15th at 11am. The family invited everyone to join them at the Napanee Curling Club following the Service for refreshments and to celebrate Eleanor’s life. In lieu of flowers, donations by cheque to the Cancer Society or the Lennox and Addington Hospital (Cardiac Rehab Program) will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Two locations to serve you.

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

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


Thursday, October 18, 2012 DEATHS

MALINOFF, Nancy 1960 - 2012

After a courageous battle with cancer, it is with great sadness that Colleen Rokoss (The John M. Parrott Centre Hair Salon) announces the passing of her sister Nancy on Monday, October 15, 2012. A life taken much too young, A spirit cherished always in our hearts.

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WRIGHT, Shirley Adelaide

(nee Brant) Passed away peacefully in her home after a lengthy illness with Multiple System Atrophy on October 11, 2012, in her 80th year. Daughter of the late Florence and Clarence Brant. Loving mother of Lianne Wright and Crystal Wright-Lenis. Treasured grandmother of Jami Lenis, Kasi Lenis and Gage Lenis. Dear sister of Dorothy William, Joan Pattenden, David Brant, Don Brant and Gail Brant. Shirley will always be remembered by her many nieces and nephews. Family and friends were received at the McGlade Funeral Home, 78 Centre Street, Deseronto (613-396-2310) on Monday, October 15, 2012 from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service was held on October 16th in the Funeral Home at 1pm. Interment followed in the Mohawk Pentecostal Church Cemetery. For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice in memory of Shirley. Online condolences may be made at www.mcgladefuneralhome.com

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20TH, 2012

9:30 A.M. AUCTION SALE Antiques; Collectibles; furniture; Approx. 15 Handmade quilts; quantity of Dishes; quantity of Shop/welding/ Electrical Tools of All Types; ford 8N/Loader Tractor; 10 hp Outboard; 3 wheeler; Buggy fOR MRS. ELIZABETH MURPHY - Held on Site - Approx. 5 Miles North west of Odessa, from 401 Exit 599 Take Cty. Rd. #6 North Approx. 3-1/2 Miles To Simmons Rd. west Approx. 2 Miles to 788 Simmons Rd. Special Interest: Approx. 15 Handmade Quilts/Pillows (Grandmothers Flower Garden, Windmill, Drunkards Path, Butterfly, Dresden Plate Just To Name a Few); Mrs. Murphy was a Member of Heirloom Quilters for Many Years and Has Won Awards At Many Fairs and Quilt Exhibitions. 2-3 Pce. Bedroom Suites; 2 Pce. Bedroom Suite; Other Chests of Drawers; Set of Bunk Beds; Round Wooden Kitchen Table/8 Matching Chairs; Dining Room China Hutch; Antique Wardrobe Cedar Lined; Antique Cupboard; Very Early Stencilled Nursing Rocker; Hooked Cushion; 3 Antique Centre Tables; 4 Pce. Wooden Trimmed Chesterfield Suite; Coffee Tables; End Tables Etc.; Several Table Lamps; Pr. Of Stove Table Lamps; Cord Organ/Bench; 2 - Flat Top Guitars; Large Quantity of L.P. Records; Hi-Fi Unit; Portable Singer Sewing Machine (Green); Sewing Machine Cabinet; Large Mirror; Keirstead Print; Large Klondike Air Tight Stove; Fire Place Stove; Box Stove; Cook Stove; Etc.; Ovation Central Vac (New In Box); 4 Drawer Filing Cabinet; The Old Mill 8 Place Setting of Johnson Bros. England; Large Set of Antique Dishes (125 Years Old +)(Approx. 60 Pces.); Several Cast Iron Fry Pans; Approx. 20 Bone China Cups/Saucers (Shelly, Ainsley, Foley, Royal Albert) Etc.; ½ Gal Beaver Sealer; ½ Gal. Anchor; Other Canning Sealers; Set of Stoneware Dishes; Quantity of China/Glass Dishes; Small Electrical Appliances; Cooking Pots/Pans (Only a Partial Listing); Full Body Hockey Players Game; Air Hockey Game; Large Collection of Teddy Bears; Large Quantity of Pocket Novels; Older School Books and Hard Covered Books; Pr. Snow Shoes; Several Pr. Of Wooden Skiis; Antique Childs Sled; Wooden Toboggan; Wooden Rocking Horse; 2 New Garden Canopies In The Box; Many More items. FORD 8N TRACTOR With Loader (Bucket/Blade); Tractor Chains; H.D. 3 PTH Tarris Blade; 1985 Honda 3 Wheeler; Sears 5 H.P. Roto Tiller; Weed Eater; Collector 396 Snow Jet (Super Jet) Wide Trac; Snow Machine; Older Boat Trailer; 10 hp Johnson Outboard; Paddle Boat; Very Large Vise Approx. 250 lbs.; Air Compressor; New ½ H.P. Garage Door Opener; New Pipe Bender (these last 2 items still in boxes); 2 - Alum. Ext. Ladders (30'/24'); Several Alum. Step Ladders; Large Roll of Big O Pipe; Livestock Steel Water Tank; Scaffolding/Plank; Steel Shelving; Etc.; Shop Tools/Wrenches; Double Chest on Chest Rolling Tool Box; Accetlyne Welding Gauge/Tips; Several Welding Helmets; Double Bench Grinder; Sand Blaster; Shop Vac; Pullers of All Types; Clamps; Quantity of Files; Several New Mufflers; Exhaust Pipes; Several Lengths of Copper/Iron; Copper Fittings; Tow Bar/Hitches; Alum Ramps; Quantity of Air/Power Tools Of All Types. Fibre Glass Body Shell for Dune Buggy, Volkswagen Engine, Yamaha 2 Cylinder Engine; Extra Heavy Chain; Other Chains; Chain Tightener; Log Lifter; Hand Push Cultivator; Milk Cans; Rain Barrels; Several Cases of Nails; Quantity of Nuts/Bolts/Screws; Chimney Brush; Coleman Camp Stove; 3 Cast Iron Flower Pots; Quantity of Lawn Ornaments; Bird Bath; Several Mens/Ladies/Childs Bikes; This is only a partial listing of a very large sale. Rain or Shine. All verbal announcements takes precedence over any written matter. For pictures and updates www.daveasniderauctionservice.ca TERMS Of SALE: CASH, INTERAC OR CHEqUE wITH I.D. LUNCH: L&A 4H Beef Club AUCTIONEERS: DAVE A. SNIDER - (613) 386-3039 BRAD SNIDER - (613) 386-3773 Owner and or Auctioneer will not be held responsible for any accident on or about property day of sale

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27, 2012

Tack Sold @ 9:30 A.M. - Horses Sold After CONSIGNMENT HORSE SALE Selby Livestock & Auctions Centre, 11 Pleasant Drive, Selby, Ontario 613-354-6260

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20

AT 9:30 A.M. AUCTION SALE OF WOODWORKING, GARDEN & SHOP TOOLS DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Case model 444 garden tractor with front mount snow blower with hydrostatic drive & chains (excellent shape), 3 PTH 5 ft snowblower, Honda generator, Viking 5 H.P. 21 in. snowblower, Gilson compact tiller, small garden tiller, Toolex heavy duty wood lathe, Mastercraft 230 welder & accessories, Norton 51,000 BTU electric furnace, air conditioning unit, Craftex band saw, Mastercraft miter saw, Delta table top lathe/ 36 in. bed, Delta 10 in. table saw, Mastercraft mortise & tenon unit, Delta table top band saw, Mastercraft table top drill press, bench grinder, Skil router & bits, Busy Bee belt & face sander, Simoniz S2000 pressure washer, Mastercraft 12.5 in. planer, Stihl leaf blower, air compressor & Brad nailer, air pig, Craftsman weedeater, Electric leaf shredder, Poulan 38 cc chain saw, garden cart, step & extension ladders, sets of lathe chisels, numerous hand & power tools, hardware, wrenches, parts cabinets & many more related shop tools far too many to list, small utility trailer/ ownership. See my web site for detailed list & photos AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

BRIGHTON ESTATE AUCTIONS

LARGE ANTIqUE & COLLECTOR’S AUCTION TO INCLUDE THE CONTENTS Of A COBOURG AND AN OSHAwA HOME Sunday, October 21st - Preview 9:30 a.m. Auction 11:00 a.m. Auction to include: Large Collection of Small Antique & Collector’s Items, Oriental Items, Ivories, Sterling, Silver Plate, Porcelain, Crystal, Royal Doulton Figures & Character Mugs, Hummel Figurines & Books. Large Collection of Signed Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Limited Edition Prints. “Kawai” Apartment Size Piano, Antique Dining Room Suite, New Colonial Queen Size Bed, Bedroom Suite, Upholstered Furniture, China Cabinets, Small Tables, Oak Drop Leaf Tables, Corner Cabinets & More. Large Indoor Yard Sale: Sunday @ 9:30 a.m. David Simmons: Auctioneer & Appraiser Looking for quality estates or single items for upcoming auctions www.brightonestateauctions.com 101 Applewood Drive, Brighton, Ont. K0K 1H0 Phone 1-613-475-6223

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26

AT 10:30 AM AUCTION SALE - MR. PAUL BOYD 2001 COUNTY ROAD # 3, (REDNERSVILLE ROAD) R.R.# 1 CARRYING PLACE, ONT. Turn WEST off Highway #62 immediately south of Belleville Bay Bridge at Rossmore to Rednersville Road and continue WEST for 5 miles. EQUIPMENT- Massey Ferguson 135 diesel tractor – excellent condition; 1948 Minneapolis Moline “U” gas tractor in excellent condition- once owned by Toronto Maple Leaf- Don Metz (1942) ; McCormick Farmall “A” gas tractor in good running condition; Buhler/Farm King 3 point hitch PTO 6 ft rotovator- like new; Farm king 7 ft 3 point hitch PTO finishing mower, Bush Hog 6 ft 3 point hitch PTO finishing mower,orchard mower, Danuser 3 point hitch post hole auger, Massey Ferguson 3 point hitch hay mowers, GB 250 gal trail type PTO orchard sprayer, propane powered indoor fork truck with 10 ft height capabilities- running condition; 2 trail type vintage ground driven potato diggers, vintage “Canadian Potato Co” potato planter, Holland trail type transplanter, Dearborne 2 furrow plow, Ford 3 point hitch 8 ft disc, 3 point hitch scraper blade, flat bed hay wagon, 3 point hitch cultivator, 3 point hitch potato planter, Toro Ground Master 455-D grass cutter with front mount mower and hydraulic lift side mowers; VEHICLES AND RECREATION- 1963 Pontiac Parisienne 2 door convertible with automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, 283 engine; 2010 Club Car XRT 950 4 wheel side by side ATV with cab and rear tilt box- 75 hours- like new; 1970’s “Grew 255” 25 ft fibreglass pleasure boat with cuddy cabin, 2 -165 hp Mercruser out drives, canvas top on tandem axle boat trailer- good running condition; HLA 6 ft quick attach snow blade – like new;1970 Ski Doo Elan snowmobile – good condition; 1970 Ski Doo 340 TNT snowmobile- good condition; 1969 Sno Cruiser snow mobilegood condition; TOOLS, COLLECTIBLES AND MISC- Kodiak gas powered pressure washer, Spray Tech 20 gallon trail type estate sprayer,portable Campbell Hausfield air compressor, Craftsman 10” radial arm saw, vintage Clinton 3 hp gas engine, garden tiller, vintage portable generator, 2 wheel garden trailer, garden tools, hand tools, antique washstand, antique extension table, antique oak office desk, antique cast iron parlour stove, “Marvel” cook stove,antique pump organ, upright piano, collection of vintage “silhouette “ goose decoys, Carry Lite plastic duck decoys, shop vac, barn scales, 5 ft hanging steel and neon Marquee signage, upright and chest freezer, Maytag refrigerator, Maytag washer/ dryer, bushel baskets, wooden potato crates, 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

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24

AT 5:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Dining room/leaf & 6 chairs & hutch, queen size bed/ new Serta mattress, 2 wardrobes, dresser & 2 night tables, set of bunk beds, futon, breakfast drop leaf table/ 2 matching stools, coffee & end tables, Haler 23 in. flat screen TV, plant tables, qty. of glass & china, corning ware, collection of sports memorabilia, garden & shop tools & numerous other pieces. See my web site for detailed list & photos AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com WAYNE A. MAYTT AUCTION SERVICE

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25

VIEWING 5:00PM SALE WILL START AT 6PM, OUTSIDE WEATHER PERMITTING AUCTION SALE AT THE HERITAGE HALL, 166 COUNTY ROAD #6, PICTON Antiques: Earth crocks, prints and frames, Duncan Phyfe table and chairs, East Lake high headboard bed, etc. Household: chesterfield, love seats, dropleaf table, table/4 chairs/4 foldup chairs, maple double bed, toddler bed, book shelves, trunks, Crosley blue radio, small pool table, lamps, pictures, copper horse picture, Manley McDonald print, European dishes, crystal glasses, Moffat electric stove, side by side fridge/freezer, Admiral washer and dryer, corner cabinets, china cabinets, porcelain dolls, luggage (new), qty of laminate flooring, glass Jade flower, etc. Misc: 8hp Ironhorse motor, steel wheels, lobster trap, decorative ducks and decoys, 12” Delta planner, door handles, tarps 25’x50’, 24’x56’, wishing well, windmill, weather vane, round cedar table/benches, box lots and much more. List is subject to changes. Still taking good clean consignments. TERMS- CASH OR CHEQUE WITH ID REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE Owner/auctioneer not responsible for accident or injury day of sale, nor lost or stolen articles. Auctioneer: WAYNE A. MYATT, AAO Member 613-476-7214, 1-877-238-6566 www.waynemyattauctions.com

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27

AT 9:30 A.M. AUCTION SALE FOR LIEUTENANT-GENERAL JACK E. VANCE, 685 STOCO ROAD, STOCO, ONT. SALE HELD ON SITE DIRECTIONS: South of Tweed take The Marlbank Rd. east to Stoco Road. Turn north & follow Stoco Road to 685 (north of Trudeau Park) Antique dining room suite consisting of table/2 leaves, 6 chairs, sideboard & china cabinet, Maple kitchen table and 6 matching chairs, Antique walnut tea wagon, antique china cabinet, antique oak oval hall table, wicker fernery/ tray, 2 fireplace screens, coffee & end table set, Mason & Hamlins antique pump organ style 103, Antique walnut gateleg table, glass top brass inlay oval coffee table, 2 small antique foot stools, 2 loveseats, Antique sheet music cabinet/ drawer, several antique parlour chairs, 2 single craftmatic beds, antique dresser/ beveled glass tilt mirror, chest of drawers, 2 night tables, cedar chest, antique organ stool with brass claw & glass feet, set of stacking tables, several plant tables, double pedestal oak office desk, several book cases, wicker lounge, lady’s dressing chair, retro yellow top chrome table, large qty. of smalls, glass & china including but not limited to gingerbread clock, alabaster 2 tier pastry tray, Belleek tea pot, cream & sugar, vase, cake plate & salt & pepper, Minton cream & sugar & small footed pastry, Shelley creamer, set of Roseville book ends, sterling top ink well, a collection of Hummell figurines, pinwheel footed berry bowl, pinwheel decanters, 2 cranberry vases, Royal Doulton "Tinkle Bell” HN 1677 & " Southern Bell” HN 2229, Hamilton Beach retro milkshake maker, demi tasse set, large qty. of cups & saucers ie Royal Albert, Aynsley, Coalport, Royal Stafford, Colclough & numerous others, Bird of Paradise pitcher, Germany berry bowl/ 12 nappies, cuckoo clock, Wedgwood pitcher, black amethyst pitcher, Delft creamers, decanters & more, Crown Devon 7 piece wash set, antique relish dishes, vases, bowls, cake plates, set of silver plate in chest, assorted silver plate pieces, antique sugar bowl with spoons, alabaster lion signed "Diogenes”, military statue by Don Begg artist number 33/50 & dated 1991, 2 metronomes, military statue by C Micha, Aynsley luncheon set, Royal Winton "Chintz” covered jam pot, set of mantle lustres, Meisenheim German pottery jug with blue motif, small wall hanging display shelf, marble Chinese checker set, floor & table lamps, a number of military pieces including uniforms, hats, cap badges, several presentation pieces, old books, every day dishes including corning ware, pots & pans, small kitchen appliances, numerous board games & puzzles, qty. of fishing tackle & several rods & reels. A number of shop & garden pieces including Adirondack chairs, Shindaiwa model 377 chain saw, hand power tools, hardware, wrenches, large square cast iron register, wheel barrows, garden tools & planters, 2 western pony saddles, 2 large stoneware crocks, old trunk & many more interesting pieces far too many to list. Auctioneer’s note: Mr. Vance, in his career has travelled the world, and a number of pieces from all over are selling. Some items will sell under cover. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash, Debit, Visa, MC, Cheque/ID Lunch available Owner and/or auctioneer not responsible in case of accident


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1991 Ford L9000 Complete with Hopper sander, one way plow & snow wing Odm 197,306 km 1991 Ford L9000 Complete with Hopper sander, one way plow & snow wing Odm 387,661 km 1975 Belly Dump

Tender documents are available at www.stonemills.com and viewing location: Public Works Yard 4500 County Road 4 Centreville, ON K0K 1N0

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October 18 - Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) 2 day Workshop, Lions Hall, Tweed. This workshop will give you an opportunity to asses your farm operation from an environmental view, identify opportunities for actions, and qualify you for cost-share opportunities for onfarm projects. For more details and to register contact Stan Meeks 613-478-5472 / stan.meeks@ontariosoilcrop.org or visit

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100-150 lbs 150-400 lbs STOCKER: 400-600lbs STEERS: 600-800lbs 800-1000lbs STOCKER: 400-600 lbs .85 - 1.53 1.5850 HEIFERS: 600-800 lbs .80 - 1.40 1.43 COWS: .20 - .64 .66 BULLS: .69 - .8450 .8550 HOLSTEIN SPRINGERS: $800 - 1300 $1600 FRESH COWS: PIGS: 25-35 lbs: $14 - 17.50 35-50 lbs: SHOATS: LAMBS: 45-65 lbs - 1.70 - 1.75 1.80 65-85 lbs - 1.72 - 2.00 2.12 85-100 lbs - 1.55 - 1.90 1.95 KID GOATS: $40 - 150 NANNYS & BILLIES: $70 - 205 TOP STOCKER STEER: 400-600 lbs: 440 lbs @ 1.9250, Harvey Ambler, Westport 600-800 lbs: 615 lbs @ 1.6450, Mike Zufelt, Norwood TOP STOCKER HEIFER: 2 av 610 lbs @ 1.43, Bill Snider, Godfrey TOP CALF: 100-150 lbs: 135 lbs @ 1.30, Francis Crowley, Norwood TOP CALF: 150-400 lbs: 350 lbs @ 1.6750, Chris Rots, Odessa TOP COW: 1885 lbs @ .66, Stan Klemensic, Trenton TOP SPRINGER: 1600, Louckes Bros., Campbellford TOP PIGS: 30 lbs @ 17.50, George Robinson, Marmora TOP LAMBS: 115 lbs @ 1.75, Dave Gibson, Hastings

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Thursday, October 27, 2012

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Riding should keep L&A intact: council By Seth DuChene EDITOR Lennox and Addington County is appealing to the Ontario electoral boundaries commission to keep L&A together when it devises new ridings for provincial and federal representation. At its working session last Wednesday night, council passed a motion calling for L&A to be included in a new riding with Belleville and Hastings County. For Greater Napanee Mayor Gord Schermerhorn — who made the motion to add L&A to Belleville and Hastings — it was a matter of standing up for what’s best for the county rather than simply accept something that’s been handed down from the commission. “I don’t think it’s going make a heck of a lot of difference, but I don’t believe in rolling over and playing dead when somebody tries to shove something down our throats. I think we should make a proposal and see what happens,” he said. Currently, the commission is suggesting that the county be divided between two ridings: Greater Napanee, Loyalist and Stone Mills would be situated in the new riding of BellevilleNapanee-Frontenac, while Addington Highlands would be in the new riding of Lanark-Frontenac-Hastings. Since the commission unveiled the proposed boundaries, a number of local municipalities have suggested alternatives. Hastings County and the City of Belleville have suggested two other options to the commission. One would see L&A remain in one new riding of Frontenac-L&ALanark (with Hastings and Belleville in another riding), while the other would see L&A split between two ridings — Greater Napanee and Loyalist would join with Hastings and Belleville in a new riding, while Stone Mills and Addington Highlands would be in a riding including most of Frontenac County and all of Lanark County. After a brief debate, council opted to present their own alternative to the commission, with all of L&A joining a new riding with Belleville and Hastings County. However, county Chief Administrative Officer Larry Keech warned that this option might be unpalatable for the commission since it would result in large population differential between the two new ridings, with L&A’s new riding having more than 130,000 residents, and the new easterly riding including

Lanark and Frontenac containing only around 90,000 people. While he said he’s happy to present county council’s views to the commission, Loyalist Mayor and L&A Warden Bill Lowry expressed some skepticism as to whether its request would be heeded. “I don’t mind going in front of them and supporting what council would like to see. But, at the end of the day, I truly feel that what we see is what we’re going to get. They’ve made up their mind, they’ve done a lot of deliberation on it,” he said. “I just hate to see our county split,” said Schemerhorn. “At the same time, I want good representation at the province and the federal level, and I think we have to strive toward that.” Ridings across Canada are regularly adjusted according to the latest census findings to more fairly represent population figures. While the exercise is undertaken by the federal government, provincial riding boundaries are automatically adjusted to match federal ridings. L&A County will make its representation to the commission at a public consultation meeting at the Radisson Hotel in Kingston on Nov. 7.

SPECIAL TO THE BEAVER On Sept. 30, more than 100 children and the young-ofheart converged to celebrate the grand opening of a new playground located at the Centreville Fairgrounds. The site provides other opportunities for light recreation year-round in addition to hosting an annual twoday agricultural fair every Labour Day weekend. The energy for this initiative came from a vision to create an accessible park. Thanks in large part to a successful grant application through the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Centreville Agricultural Society realized the first stage of a three-phase plan. The next two phases will focus on expanding the playground to include new play and accessibility features, including accessible washrooms. “We want to create an accessible, barrier free public space for individuals of all ages and abilities,” said Rhonda Clancey, president of the Centreville Fair Board. “We want to encourage families to use and enjoy this site. This is the only space of it’s kind in

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the successful outcome of the next Ontario Trillium Foundation application. The Centreville Agricultural Society thanked the Ontario Trillium Foundation for their contribution and recognition of the need for funding to underserved areas like Centreville. As such, the Centreville Agricultural Society is hopeful

that the full project will be completed. The Centreville Fair Board welcomes community support and is pleased to hear from potential volunteers. Interested persons can contact the board at centrevillefair@gmail.com or any board member as listed on the website at www.centrevillefair.ca.

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OCTOBER 27 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;STITCH IN TIMEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BAZAAR At Trinity United Church in Napanee from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Coffee and muffins, luncheon at 11:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Adults $10, children $5 (advance tickets). Phone church office at 613-354-3858 or Lorraine at 613354-4167. Crafts, baking, book sale, plants and produce, quilt display and much more. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;SNOWFLAKEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BAZAAR Frontenac Chapter No. 90 of the Order of the Eastern Star is holding it annual Snowflake Bazaar at the Odd Fellows Hall, 218 Concession St. in Kingston from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free admission. Hot lunch available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $5. Parking at the hall. OCTOBER 28 PUMPKIN SCULPTING WORKSHOP Free event at Workshop Wizards, at 301 John St. (Napanee train station). From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., bring your own pumpkin. Donations for Napanee OSPCA collected. ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER At Newburgh United Church at 339 Academy St., from 46:30 p.m. Freewill offering at the door. HISTORY AND HAUNTINGS GHOST WALK In Deseronto and Napanee starting at 4 p.m. Tour startpoint is at the John and Mill Street parking lot in Napanee. Tour two historic towns with a psychic medium. Shuttle service provided by Deseronto Transit. Cost is $25 person. Tickets at the Napanee and District Chamber of Commerce, Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Place (501 Dundas St. in Deseronto) and Deseronto Town Hall. DART TOURNAMENT Open doubles tourney, at the Tamworth Legion, starting at 11 a.m. OCTOBER 30 MOURNING COFFEE The opportunity to join other bereaved individuals for casual coffee break chat. Hosted by Bereaved Families of Ontario Held from 10-11 a.m. at Tompkins Funeral Home in Kingston, 435 Davis Dr. (Upstairs in the Trillium Room. Please park in the left-side lot and use the right-side entrance). OCTOBER 31 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;THE MOUSETRAPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Anglican Church presents a performance by the Domino Theatre, The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie at 52 Church St. (the old Harold Harvey Arena). The performance is at 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $18 per person and are available from Ron 613-384-9097, Barb 613-544-3302 or St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s church office 613-3841782.

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The Rotary Club of Napanee's splash pad project received a financial boost on Monday, garnering two cheque donations. Above (from left) Scotiabank's Tammy Benn, Sandra Beaubien, Carol Manion, and Joe McMaster look on as Rotary's Bob McCaw and club president Brian Patterson accept a $502.50 cheque from Scotia Bank's Melissa Dusharme, Janet Coward, Tanya Bell and Brenda Benn. The money was collected during the bankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hot dog fundraiser. Shortly after this photo (at left) McCaw and Patterson accepted a $146.85 donation from R.V. Farm's Vicki Foster, who raised the money during the recent Talents of the Town corn roast.

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Push is on to make CO detectors mandatory By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER

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On Monday, the Napanee Lions Club contributed $5,000 toward the L&A County General Hospital Foundation. The cheque was presented to Hospital Foundation Chair Robert Paul by club president Floyd Scott (both in front, holding cheque). After accepting the cheque, Paul acknowledged the ongoing support the club has provided to the hospital over the past several years.

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PHOTO ART 2012 Presented by the Napanee Photo Club. Enjoy 60 works from 24 photographers in five categories: colour pictorial, flowers, innovative, monochrome and nature. Can be viewed daily until Nov. 2 at the L&A County General Hospital

Community Corridor, free admission. For more, visit http://Napanee_Photo_Club.tripod.com. L&A HOSPICE REGAL GIFTS Please visit Hospice Lennox and Addington’s own Regal Gifts fundraising website at: www.hla.shopregal.ca

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With the recent carbon monoxide scare at a Toronto daycare in the spotlight, a Brantford foundation is calling for the province to require carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in all residential buildings that have a fuel-burning device or attached garage. John Gignac, the co-chair of The Hawkins-Gignac Foundation for CO Education, points out that installed carbon monoxide alarms sounded and children and staff were safely evacuated, but asks what if there had been no alarms installed. “The time is now for a law requiring carbon monoxide alarms in all residential units in Ontario,” he wrote in a recent letter to the editor. “Almost four years ago my niece, OPP Cst. Laurie Hawkins, and her family died in their Woodstock home of carbon monoxide poisoning. Their lives could have been spared if they had a CO alarm.” CO is colourless, odourless and tasteless – and that’s why Gignac says it’s known as the ‘silent killer.’ The MPP for Laurie’s riding, Ernie Hardeman (Oxford), called for the passing of Bill 20, the HawkinsGignac Act 2012, shortly after the accident. Now in its third version, the Private Member’s Bill stalled in the first two versions, Gignac said. “Thankfully, this time Bill 20 has cleared committee and been ordered for third and final reading,” he said. “To make it law, all that is needed is for the Liberal House Leader to call for a vote.” It’s assumed, however, that with the recent prorogation of the Ontario legislature, the passage of the bill will be delayed.

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SOS Seniors centre gets rec room, social area By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER The 55 Plus Activity Centre has pulled the wraps off its new recreation room and social area. Representatives from Lennox and Addington Seniors Outreach Services, their volunteers and users made the opening official with a balloon pop last Thursday. Space that had previously been used as storage has now been transformed into the recreation room, said Executive Director Wendy McDonald. “Our classes went from eight to 22 and we still have room to do some more things,” she said, adding that staff has been using the space since late September. “We don’t get any ministry funding for this so we had to take it slow.” In addition to their fundraising efforts, funding also came from the County of Lennox and Addington and the United Way. “We pretty much had to go to a bigger room or the members weren’t going to

come back. It was too tight in the other room,” McDonald said. “We had to make that decision and every year we go after funding to sustain it.” McDonald says that funding is in place for all programming until next year, with several proposals already on the go. “We’re hoping they will be successful,” she said. Tricia Cammaart, the activity centre co-ordinator, told the Beaver that the new space is being used primarily for fitness, arts, social and educational programs. Each of those programs is offered from beginner to intermediate and advanced. “We were in a smaller spot that held 10 (visitors) so this is nice, plus we can hold up to 25 in here,” she said. “Even now that we have the new room and it has only been a few weeks, the numbers have increased. We had 20 at our first class this morning and 22 in our second class today.” One program in particular — the gentle exercise program — has been so popular that staff can now

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After starting off with reception duties, Colling began to branch out and help wherever he could. “Now I teach beginners computer classes for seniors and that’s fabulous,” he added. “You get all these seniors that have been given computers and don’t know how to use them. I take them from that stage to the Internet, e-mail and a few other things. It’s nothing too complicated – whatever their needs are.” He said the highlight is receiving e-mails from those he taught, showing him what they have learned. “It’s just fantastic,” said Colling. “They are so appreciative and it is just very rewarding.” 55 Plus Activity Centre memberships are $30 per year and most programs are based on a pay-as-yougo rate of $3 per program/per day. With transportation a possible deterrent for some seniors, the centre does all it can to accommodate those who wish to attend programs but have no way to get there. L&ASOS currently boasts a network of over 300 volunteers, with approximately 30-50 dedicated towards the activity centre. For more information contact the 55 Plus Activity Centre at 613-354-8740.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 29 Gignac pointed out that, since his family’s disaster, some Ontario municipalities have passed bylaws requiring CO alarms, but argues why only some people should be protected. “Our family cannot understand the government’s delay in protecting all Ontarians,” he added. When it comes to Greater Napanee, there is no such bylaw on the books. Greater Napanee Fire Chief Terry Gervais says it’s something the department is looking at: a municipal bylaw for carbon monoxide detectors. “I think it’s very similar to the way the smoke alarm became code in both the Ontario Building Code and the Ontario Fire Code,” he told the Beaver. “It was originally started by the passing of bylaws in many municipalities. As important as a smoke alarm is, with more and more people going on natural gas appliances, we’re finding that CO detectors are also saving lives.” He said that the department plans to pursue a bylaw in the next six to eight months. “We’ve had some calls in our own town where CO has been an issue. Fortunately all of them have had a detector and as a result we have been able to catch it early,” Gervais said. “In other areas where I have worked I have been out to a number of calls. One serious call that I can remember was where the people didn’t have a detector but were very sick. By the time we got called out as a medical call, along with the EMS service, both people were unconscious when we arrived.” Nationally, Gervais said, there have been a number of high profile deaths attributed to CO. “They call it the ‘silent killer’ for a reason. Usually when there is a fire there is smoke and people see it, or eventually the next-door neighbour sees smoke. But when the CO poisoning hits the residents, there is nothing that shows on the outside of the building,” he added. “It’s not until somebody intervenes or a detector goes off, so I think that’s why it’s important.” He said that the technology is there, pointing to combination smoke and CO detectors that even speak to residents, warning them of either hazard. “There has been quite an education campaign going on for quite a few years on CO, but it’s just coming more and more to the forefront,” he said. “We did something here not too long ago, but it’s like seat belts. All of a sudden they came along and there was a law. Smoke alarms were the same and CO detectors will be the same.” He said the local department wants to be proactive, and recommend that anyone with a fuel fired appliance in their home install a certified CO detector. “If you’re going to buy a detector make sure it’s CFA or ULC approved, and if you have any questions or your detector goes off, don’t be afraid to call the department,” he said. “We can come out to check it out and have instruments that can check for CO.” For more information contact the Greater Napanee Fire Department at 613-354-3415; or to find out more about The Hawkins-Gignac Foundation for CO Education, visit www.endthesilence.ca.

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Local history lives at L&A archives Archivist to give crash course at upcoming heritage dinner By Jane Lovell SPECIAL TO THE BEAVER We in Lennox and Addington are among the many communities in eastern Ontario that can claim Sir John A. McDonald as a native son. As a child and young man, McDonald played on the shores of Hay Bay, attended school in Adolphustown, practiced law in Napanee and later owned property in South Fredericksburgh. How cool would it be to find that he lived in your house, attended a school that was once on your property, or imbibed a tipple in the tavern that was a previous incarnation of hour home? While not many of us are likely to find Sir John A. associated in some way with our homes, properties, or businesses, other colourful characters can be found lurking in the history of where we live and work. The Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives provide the ultimate one-stop shopping experience on the road to uncovering the history of your home. A colourful past starts with the Archives themselves, which are housed in the old jailhouse behind the County Courthouse on Thomas Street in Napanee. Locked up in that old jail is a treasure trove of documents and other artifacts, many of which can tell

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the story of hour home and the people who lived there. The person with the key to all that history is L&A County archivist Shelley Respondek. Since arriving at the archives four years ago, Respondek has indulged her passion for history and discovery by familiarizing herself with the extensive holdings,through a thorough cataloguing, arranging, indexing of the collections. All of this clerical effort allows easy access to an amazing assortment of documents: land titles and deeds, wills, old photographs, municipal papers, diaries, old books, personal papers of notable local residents, vintage posters, old maps, published and unpublished family histories, and records from various clubs, fraternities and temperance organizations. What is not physically

present within the Archives’ holdings can be accessed via microfiche (local newspapers, census data, land transfer records, etc.) or online through free access to Ancestry.com and other online databases. The AdolphustownFredericksburgh Heritage Society has invited Shelley Respondek to speak at the Society’s community dinner this coming Tuesday night. In her presentation entitled ‘This Old House – What Secrets Does it Hold?’, Respondek will give step-bystep instructions for researching the history of your home, and will illustrate how to locate and interpret various source documents though a case study of a local property. The AdolphustownFredericksburgh Heritage Society endeavors to pro-

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mote interest in the history all around us and strives to encourage members of the community at large to experience the thrill of discovery of their own historical roots. The general public is invited to join Society members over a roast beef dinner and to participate in an evening exploring the possibilities for uncovering the secrets locked in the history of local homes and businesses. The doors of the South Fredericksburgh Hall at 2478 County Road 8 will open at 6 p.m. to allow the public to view the many displays depicting life from bygone eras. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shelley Respondek’s presentation. Tickets are $16 and are available from Kathy Staples at (613) 3732877 or kathystaples0@gmail.com.

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The Napanee Golf and Country Club would like to invite the public and close neighbours to attend their annual pesticide product application meeting on Monday October 29, 2012 at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at the Club House. The following elements will be presented verbally:

• Quantity in kilograms of each pesticide ingredient used. • How the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program has helped minimize the application of pesticide and how it varies from year to year. • A map of the golf course property and where pesticides have been applied. • Contact information for the Club and registered IPM agent • Public inspection of the Annual Report.

It is important that each person planning on attending notifies the NGCC personally to reserve seating. Your contact information is necessary before attendance. Please phone your reservation into NGCC or email: ngcc.turfmanager@gmail.com Time will be provided to meet with the IPM agent for the NGCC to discuss any questions that you may have.

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Bill McCutcheon, Broker of Record

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26B Richmond Blvd. Napanee 613-354-4213 Office 613-453-4347 Cell

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149 BAYVIEW DRIVE 1100 sq ft elevated bungalow on large private lot with attached 2 car garage with basement entrance. This home features 3 bedrooms on main level with a 4pc and ensuite 2pc and 4th bedroom and 4 pc bath in basement along with a 45 ft by 13 ft recroom with bar area. Many recent renos inc some windows, roof painting laminate flooring. The property has mature trees and landscaping with a covered deck at rear and is a stones throw from Boat launch. Enjoy the water view. Asking $199,900. (K110) MLS 12603085

WAGAR WAGAR & MYATT

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494 PALACE ROAD, NAPANEE Looking for a nice 3 + 1 elevated bungalow in town? This deceivingly large home is waiting for you. Open concept with separate dining room with fireplace. Large main floor family room. Florida room with hot tub opening to fenced landscaped backyard. Master bedroom has fireplace, ensuite and spacious walk-in closet. Large deck off the kitchen to do your bar-b-quing. Located 1 minute from 401 for easy commute to Kingston or Belleville. Asking $259,900. (K116) MLS 12607268

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112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550

IN NAPANEE

4-PLEX – $189,900. MLS 12607857 4-PLEX – $249,900. MLS 12607854 6-PLEX – $249,900. MLS 12607856 Mike Gordon, Sales Rep Cell 613-329-4266

EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage 32 Industrial Blvd.,Napanee Office: 613-354-4800 Independently Owned & Operated

Wayne Elder, Sales Rep Cell 613-536-8897

1321 MOSCOW RD., STONE MILLS Great family home located 20 minutes from Kingston, 15 minutes from Napanee. Well maintained bungalow sitting on picturesque 3 acres. Home offers eat-in kitchen with garden doors to deck, sunken living room with bamboo hardwood floor, main floor laundry, 3 bedrooms, 1-4 pc bath, master with 3 pc ensuite. Fully finished basement with walkout. Asking $239,900. (K118) MLS 12607562

WAGAR WAGAR & MYATT

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE

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

112A Industrial Blvd, Napanee 613-354-3550


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Beverly Street, Napanee (Bridge Street West to Angus Drive to Beverly)

This outstanding 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath bungalow features Master with Walk-in, Ensuite with Corner Soaker Tub & Step-in Shower, Backing onto Green Space.

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613-540-2116 * 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Vaulted Ceiling in Livingroom with Fireplace * 2 Acre Private Treed Lot * $329,900

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* 3 Bedroom & 2 Baths * 75' Waterfront Varty Lake *Beautiful Kitchen with Island * $279,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Timber Frame Construction * 4.89 Acres * $499,900

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NEW LISTING

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Your Friendly Neighbourhood 'Home' Team

GREAT LOCATION. County Road 41 just north of Napanee. Large 3 bedroom home, 1.5 bath with large attached double garage. Huge separate workshop with drive-in doors. Nicely treed, private lot. Easy access to Hwy 401 and commute to Kingston and Belleville. Property being sold "as is." $217,500. MLS 12607775

NEW PRICE

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16 THOMAS STREET EAST, NAPANEE Great rental investment or starter property. 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath home in good central location. Many upgrades including new windows, doors, flooring, insulation, kitchen, and bathroom. Deck and parking at back with deep fenced lot. Current inspection report available. $139,000. MLS 12605900

NEW PRICE

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There are certainly circumstances when renting a home makes sense, but for many Canadians, homeownership is the more fulfilling and financially-savvy choice. According to a recent survey commissioned by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA), more than 70 per cent of renters in Ontario reported they would like to buy a home in the future. The dream of homeownership is clearly alive and well and for many reasons buying a home is still the best investment you can make, according to Ron Abraham president of OREA. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For one, a home is a terrific forced savings plan. Each mortgage payment buys you a larger portion of an appreciating investment and, when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve paid off the mortgage, you fully own a sizeable asset,â&#x20AC;? says Abraham. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Furthermore, the freedom and security of one

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day owning a home outright is enough incentive for most people to work hard and find a way to save a down payment for a first home.â&#x20AC;? Once the mortgage is paid off, the only expenses remaining are taxes, maintenance and utilities which a retirement income can easily cover. Ideally, most homeowners who have paid off their mortgage have money left over each month to use for travel and other hobbies. There are several government programs available to help first time buyers purchase a home including the Government of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Home Buyersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Plan which allows qualified buyers to withdraw a maximum of $25,000 tax free from their RRSPs to purchase or build a house. Other government incentives include the Home Buyer Tax Credit (HBTC), Canada Mortgage and Housing

Corporation (CMHC) mortgage loan insurance and the Ontario governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Land Transfer Tax rebate. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With these home buying incentives, todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s low interest rates and a wide variety of homeownership options available, buying a home is more attractive than ever,â&#x20AC;? says Abraham. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But the best part of buying a home is that along the way, you and your family have enjoyed many years of shelter, security and the shared joys only your home can provide. And letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not forget the pride and sense of accomplishment that comes with being able to renovate and update your home to make it truly your own. Supporting new buyers in getting the home they want is one of the most rewarding parts of my job.â&#x20AC;? More information about the benefits of homeownership is available at www.howrealtorshelp.ca.

163 Bridge Street West, Napanee $315,000

COUNTRY RETREAT, CLOYNE Two bedroom bungalow on a lovely treed country lot just around the corner from Skootamata Lake. With some TLC, this home would be great for a retired couple, or a country get away retreat. Features open concept living rm/dining room & large open kitchen. Newer decking. Includes hydro (200 amp), drilled well, septic,(water pump 2012) & HWT(2003). Detached garage with concrete floor and hydro. Potential seasonal rental property. $84,900. MLS 12606516

Essentially a brand new home in Arden. Everything beautifully redone in last two years,and done well!! Brand new: interior walls, insulation, wiring, plumbing, windows, and doors, deck, landscaping, drilled well and exterior siding! Quality appliances are all brand new and included. Steps to bike, hike or ATV trail. Includes workshop. 15 minutes to any of 21 lakes. New WETT certified wood stove is primary heat source. Nothing to do but move in and enjoy! $135,900 . MLS 12607255

This historic Georgian style home was built back in the mid 1800's. Lots of character with many original features including hardwood/pine floors, trim and corner cabinets with restoration opportunity. Deep lot with salt-water in-ground pool and mature perennial gardens. Covered side porch to patio and walkout from basement. Approximately 15 mins north of Hwy 401 and easy commute to Kingston, Napanee or Belleville. $149,900. MLS 12607297

GREAT RUSTIC WATERFRONT LOT with build potential. Check out this lovely off-the-grid 1.5 acre property with 138 feet of waterfront on Sheffield Lake just north of Tamworth. Approximately 45 minutes from Kingston and 30 minutes from Napanee. If you are looking for peace and quiet, great fishing and swimming, this spot is for you. Included is a newly built shed/bunkie, new generator, canoe, and trailer. $119,000. MLS 12606441

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Re/Max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage 9 Commercial Court, Napanee

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MICHELE HEANEY

PEG CAMPBELTON

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NEW PRICE 144 DUNDAS STREET Century Red Brick ...New price! $206,900 • Original character maintained • Curved front staircase • Master with ensuite • Large fenced yard • Covered porch MLS 12606061

6953 COUNTY ROAD 2 EAST, NAPANEE $244,900. MLS 12607811

2868H COUNTY ROAD 8, NAPANEE $210,000. MLS 12607834

GREAT LOCATION

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26 REID STREET, NAPANEE $209,900. MLS 12607625

3297 COUNTY RD. 11, SELBY $379,900. MLS 12607405

352 RIVER ROAD, NAPANEE $269,900. MLS 12606286

2609B SOUTH KASH LANE $285,900. MLS 12606879

PICTURE PERFECT WATERFRONT

7 YR HOME - 10 ACRES

HOBBY FARM 12 ACRES

COTTAGE - BEAVER LAKE

315 SOUTH SHORE ROAD, NAPANEE $274,900. MLS 12607413

586 COUNTY ROAD 14, STONE MILLS $269,900. MLS 12606384

1077 SHIBAGUA ROAD, TAMWORTH $179,900. MLS 12606962

85F SOUTH SHORE DRIVE, TAMWORTH $194,900. MLS 12606349

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MISSISSAGAGON LAKE

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427 RED CEDAR LAKE ROAD, YARKER $243,900. MLS 12606952

1025 KASHWAKAMAK LAKE ROAD $129,900. MLS 12606077

TWIN PINE LANE, UNIT 8 N. FRONTENAC $92,000. MLS 12606530

149-163 DRIVE-IN RD, NAPANEE $299,900. MLS 12606749

FEATURE HOME

466 DUNDAS STREET W., NAPANEE ~ $439,900. MLS 12605841 GORGEOUS WATERFRONT HOME! Here's a wonderful opportunity for those that are considering downsizing and want 'move in ready' comfort. Beautiful waterfront home overlooking the Napanee River with access to Bay of Quinte and the Great Lakes. Entertain in your open concept kitchen/family room with walk out to maintenance free deck which overlooks the water. Or just sit and enjoy the scenery from your wonderfully landscaped and private, stone patio area. Lovely separate living room/dining room has cathedral ceilings and large palladium window. This custom built home has cathedral ceilings, hardwood and ceramic flooring, laundry on main level. Lots of room on the finished lower level for your guests including full bath. Bonus room (20' x 29.8') could be set up for games room, workshop or lower level rec room. Just a gorgeous place to call home.

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113 Richmond Blvd., Napanee

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81 HINCHEY RD. 3+1 bedroom home in country. Older bungalow with carport, 2 car detached and heated garage, 1 single car garage. Main floor is hardwood throughout, wood combination furnace. Close commute to Napanee or Belleville. $159,900. (EX2892) MLS 12605364

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55 & 57 DUNDAS ST. 4-plex in downtown area. Upgrades include roof ‘05, oil fired boiler ‘08, oil tanks, lines and fitting ‘05, electrical ‘08. Tenants pay hydro. Lots of parking. Call listing agents for financials. Please allow 24 hours for showings. $249,900. (EX2997) MLS 12607854

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61 DUNDAS ST. W. Downtown 6-plex showing good return. Close to amenities. Hardwood. Five 1 bedroom and one 2 bedroom. Electrical upgraded in 2006. Call listing agent for financials. Please allow 24 hours for showings. $249,900. (EX2998) MLS 12607856

WAYNE ELDER

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Sales Representative OFFICE

613-354-4800 CELL

613-536-8897

welder@exitnapanee.ca

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75 & 77 DUNDAS ST. W. 4-plex in downtown Napanee. Close to all amenities. Updated roof 2000, wiring 2004. Showing good return. Call listing agents for financials. Allow 24 hours for showings. $189,900. (EX2999) MLS 12607857

3440 COUNTY RD. 41 Gorgeous setting on over an acre. Ranch style home with wheelchair accessible living quarters on lower level with all amenities. Professionally designed eat-in kitchen. 2 person whirlpool tub in master bedroom. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Detached double garage and private pond. 2 years worth of wood for heating. Many upgrades. $229,000. (EX2930) MLS 12606233

1265 OLD MACKENZIE RD. Ideal recreational property for hunting, fishing, four-wheeling or skidooing, 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 km. from Bancroft. $99,900. (EX2966) MLS 12606953

372 DESHANE RD, MARLBANK Nature at your doorstep with this private setting. 3 year old, 4 bedroom bungalow, hardwood floors and wrap-around deck to enjoy wildlife. 1200 sq. ft. Open concept kitchen, dining room, living room. High efficiency propane furnace and large lower level bedroom. Seclusion at its best. $184,900. (EX2797) MLS 12603387

291 OLD HAMBURG ROAD Proud Victorian styling in rich red brick to match your pride of ownership. On a 5+ acre private retreat. 3 car garage with studio above. Wraparound veranda, douglas fir floors throughout. Cherry kitchen cabinetry with granite tops on counter and island. Refurbished top to bottom. A luxury estate minutes from Napanee. $499,900. (EX2983) MLS 12605131 http://www.toursrus.ca/291oldhamburgrd/tour.htm

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

164 KIMMETT SIDE RD You own the lot with this starter modular home 2 minutes north of 401. Updates include windows 2010, F.A.O. furnace 2011. 2 bedrooms, reasonable taxes and municipal services on this roomy lot. $119,000. (EX2773) MLS 12602476

9658B HIGHWAY 33 Executive, custom built bungalow on 5 1/2 acres. Eat-in kitchen and separate dining room with views of Lake Ontario. Large family room with wood fireplace and walkout to private patio. Some frontage on Lake Ontario overlooking serene bay with several swans. Many upgrades. Call for more info. $285,000. (EX2835) MLS 12604235 http://www.toursrus.ca/9856Bhwy33/tour.htm

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CEDARSTONE RD., TAMWORTH Excellent cleared and level building lot close to Tamworth. Drilled well with well record at 6 gpm. Vendor able to prepare quote for foundation. Septic system or additional fill is required. $24,900. (EX3000) MLS 12607809 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. $279,900. (EX2832) MLS 12604181 www.paradiseonbayofquinte.com

52 COUNTY RD. 18 Century home situated on 1 acre parcel. Very private and well treed.This home boasts hardwood throughout, large eat-in kitchen, main floor laundry, completely updated. Well decorated home with lots of character. $259,900. (EX2981) MLS 12607288

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

2 bedroom bungalow, large living room and extra large eat-in kitchen. Main floor laundry. Extra large town lot. Roof, furnace and windows updated. $129,900. (EX2929) MLS 12606209

343 GINGER ST. $194,900.

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

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9 CENTRE ST., NAPANEE

Security building! Ideal retirement living within walking distance to downtown and boardwalk to the falls of the Napanee River. Great view of river from your balcony. One bedroom. Condo fees include water and sewer fee. $129,900. (EX2954)

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This 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 baths home is situated in a nice area of town. Features gas heat, oak kitchen cabinets, finished family room in basement, inside entry from house to attached garage, patio doors from living room to rear deck, paved drive. MANY RENOVATIONS completed in recent weeks. (EX2878)

NEW LISTING

OFFICE 354-4800 CELL 453-0486

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9563 COUNTY RD. 2 WEST Great starter or retirement home. 1 1/2 car garage plus shed, paved drive, 2 baths, hardwood floors on main level, pine floors on upper level. Situated on a beautiful lot. Walking distance to downtown. $139,900. (EX2982) MLS 12607327

Duplex that has been COMPLETELY renovated in recent years. Two 2 bedroom units grosses $21,600. annually. Each unit has separate laundry facilities. All appliances included even washers and dryers. Call Sharon for further details. (EX2972)

Totally renovated home in a private setting only 5 minutes from Tamworth. New furnace, hot water tank and steel roof. Hardwood floors, main floor laundry, newer deck and front porch. Freshly painted and ready for the new owner. Immediate possession available. Situated on approximately 1.32 acres $154,900. (EX2973)

SHARON SHARPE Sales Representative

202 CAMDEN RD.

DUPLEX $149,900.

276 WOODCOCK MILLS RD.

356 DESERONTO RD.

356 DESERONTO RD. New propane furnace approximately 2 years ago. New windows in 2006 (except bay window), steel roof. New kitchen cupboards 2007. Ceramic floor new in 2010. Nice private setting only 5 minutes from Napanee. $124,900. (EX2976)

SOLD Super 1 1/2 storey home complete with 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, family room that leads out to a deck with 24’ above-ground pool, double car attached garage. A lot of upgrades include 200 amp wiring with additional set up for generator. 2011 new shingles on the front of the house. Solar set up to heat the pool. $169,900. (EX2964)

SEMI - 402 CAMDEN RD.

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This very spacious 3 bedroom semi is situated on a big 60' x 137' fenced lot within walking distance to downtown and amenities. Outside side entry to basement, large bright rooms, main floor laundry. Call for further details. $139,900. (EX2883)

132 GREEN ST. DESERONTO

NEW PRICE

This very spacious home is in good condition. Many upgrades such as kitchen and baths. Raised oak cupboards that are sure to impress, huge eat-in kitchen, large bright living room, 1 1/2 baths, fenced yard. Total heat and hydro costs for last 12 months. Approximately $236./mth. $129,900. (EX2925)

439 MAIN ST.

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New shingles 2011, newer windows on main level, 2 baths, was a 3 bedroom home and can easily be converted back. Paved drive, good size storage shed, handicapped accessible, huge yard. Good little starter home. $87,900. (EX2932)


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ise of new experiences and fresh starts. Students head back to school, adults resume regular working hours and the real estate market tends to experience an upswing in activity. “Autumn is a special time with its wonderful colours and warm days, and it’s also a great time for both buying and selling a home,” says Ron Abraham, president of the Ontario Real Estate Association. “Home sellers can increase the saleability of their home by simply sprucing up their landscaping, while buyers can get a good glimpse into the exterior of their future home. It’s not uncommon for a homebuyer to fall in love with a home simply because of its beautiful garden.” Homeowners planning to sell in the spring, should still be thinking about their landscaping in the fall, says Abraham. “By taking the time now to prepare your yard for the winter, you’ll be giving it what it needs to come back strong and save yourself a great deal of time in the spring. You’ll also be that much more prepared when the time to sell comes.” To help create curb appeal this fall and beyond, Abraham recommends these simple landscaping tips to homeowners: Rake up the leaves: you want your home, inside and out, to appear as clean and de-cluttered as possible when presenting it for sale. Start by raking up the leaves in your front and back yards, and cleaning up any debris, weeds and dead vegetation from your summer garden. Plant away: this is a great time to plant trees and shrubs, but if you’d like to see daffodils and tulips in your garden next spring, now is also the time to plant spring bulbs. Add a boost of colour: fall bloomers like mums and pansies add a wonderful colour boost to gardens and give open house visitors a warm welcome. Protect your garden: help keep certain trees and shrubs protected from the winter elements by wrapping them with burlap. This will ensure they look as beautiful next spring when the time to sell comes. “There’s no need to break the bank when preparing your home for sale,” says Abraham. “Be sure to speak to your Realtor about other ways to prepare your home for sale. A Realtor can not only tell you what your home is worth, but how to sell for what it’s worth.” More information is available at www.howrealtorshelp.ca.

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1017 PINEGROVE ROAD $89,900. Small house on 30 acres. Handyman fixerupper. Other storage sheds on site. “Invest Low! Profit High!” 30 acres! They don’t make land anymore! Make your offer. Invest in your imagination. (EX2904) MLS 12605702

291 OLD HAMBURG ROAD - $499,900. The ambiance of old and new! The moment you step into this blissfully serene home, the rush and confusion of every day’s routine melt away. 5+ acres, 3 car garage with studio above, wrap around veranda, cherry and douglas fir trim and cupboards. It’s just plain beautiful. (EX2983) MLS 12605131

25 MEADOW LANE $119,900. 3 CEDAR ST. - $109,900. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath condo. Has been renovated and Bright open concept, skylights, sunroom leadrecently painted throughout. Hardwood and bamboo flooring, nice deck leading from dining area for those out- ing to deck & fully landscaped lot. Upgraded door barbecue chefs. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer in- newer windows, maintenance free. Main floor laundry. (EX2854) MLS 12604607 cluded. (EX2996) MLS 12607678

29 LUFFMAN RD, MARLBANK YOUR SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT HOME HAS ENDED! This home has loads of room and tons of privacy. Just 20 minutes from town. You can entertain in your rec room or just kick back and enjoy the tranquility of this fabulous home. Surrounded by mature trees, this home can be your personal oasis! $179,900. MLS 12604809

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ATTENTION TO DETAILS! This home has breathtaking views of the Bay and is loaded with many extra special touches. Gorgeous kitchen with island/eat-at bar, gleaming hardwood floors, dramatic great room with cathedral ceilings and recessed lighting throughout creates a stunning effect! Care and pride in ownership. Come take a look. You won’t be disappointed. Offered at $269,900. MLS 12606982

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Perfect place for retirees or first-time home owners. Stunning kitchen and bath makes this place a great buy for you! Flagstone walk and gardens add to its charm. Too many updates to list here! Asking $129,000. MLS 12606543

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MEACH ROAD Attention all outdoors men! 50 acres of property featuring a rustic cabin and cleared trails for 4 wheeling fun! Loads of open space including four ponds on fenced property. Would be a great place to build a new home too. $84,900. MLS 12605830

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SELLER MOTIVATED! Great choice for first time homeowner or those looking for easy living on one floor! Super garage where one can putter their days away. Conveniently located near downtown. Super place to live. $149,900. MLS 12603885

BUNGALOW ON THE WATER 2913 COUNTY ROAD 1, CAMDEN EAST

Absolutley mint. Interior features hardwood & ceramic throughout the entire upper level, open concept with vaulted ceilings and large island. Master bedroom has a walk-in closet & ensuite bath. Lower level is fully finished with a propane fireplace, third bathroom, large rec room and fourth bedroom. Walkout from lower level to patio with wiring in place for a hot tub. Exterior features dbl paved driveway, dbl car garage, large deck with gazebo. This is an ICF home which makes your heating costs minimal. Hurry on this `mint` home on the river! $339,900. (EX2947) MLS 12606513

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2 bedroom interior features eat-in kitchen, sunroom overlooking the water. Newer windows and metal roof. Very nice level lot with seperate bunkie, large deck, dock and nice beach area, flagstone patio. Drilled well & septic. Excellent fishing & boat launch nearby. $154,900. MLS 12607475

WATERFRONT HOME

Interior is open concept with dining room large enough for a table of 12, living room has a wall of windows with stunning views of the lake, oversized kitchen with island, master suite features fireplace and balcony overlooking the lake. Lower level is fully finished and could be used as a seperate rental or in-law suite. Sit in your hot tub which is heated with an outdoor wood furnace & watch the boats go by. Call Kelly & start living the dream!! MLS 12605776 $475,000.

WATERFRONT COTTAGE

Very spacious cottage within 20 munites to Kingston. Interior features 2 bedrooms on main level and upper bedroom loft. Cottage will sleep 12 comfortably. Large deck to have your morning coffee on while you watch the boats go by. Very nice level lot. MLS 12605784 $199,000.

CTY RD 9

Stunning waterfront lot on the beautiful Hay Bay, over 4 acres of privacy to build your dream home on over 100 feet of waterfront, excellent boating, fishing,large cleared area with amazing views of the water. (EX2956) MLS 12606680 $209,900.

Tremendous value in this home. Located only 10 minutes north of Napanee. This home features 3 bedrooms, newly renovated bath with soaker tub, large country kitchen with wood stove, newer windows, spacious living room, carpet free home with newer flooring. Exterior features detached garage with woodstove, fully fenced yard with inground pool and poolhouse change room. Enjoy those campfires in your own backyard oasis. All appliances included. MLS 11606638 $174,900.


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OPEN HOUSE SAT. 1-3PM 1243 COUNTY RD 1 WEST - HOST: DON COX Spacious 1.5 storey home on 10+ acres. Bright kitchen, living room, formal dining room and cozy sunroom overlooking tranquil countryside. 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, freshly painted throughout. Insulated workshop, above-ground salt water pool. Plenty of water at 38 G.P.M. $199,900. (EX2989) MLS 12607485

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Custom built, waterfront country estate on Picton Bay in Bass Cove. 3000 sq ft to enjoy on the main level featuring; great room with 25’ ceilings, 3 fireplaces, 3 baths, gourmet kitchen. Master bedroom has upper loft and private deck. 2000 sq. feet more in the finished lower level with media room (9 foot screen), full in-law suite with walkout. Maple and ceramic floors, geo-thermal for heat and air conditioning, in-floor heating, central vac, computerized water pressure equalizer. Triple car garage, 25’ x 40’ “toy” storage building with boat port on side. 52 acres, 762 feet of waterfront, open land for crops or maybe a vineyard. (EX2948) MLS 12606535

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998 CALLAGHAN RD. Lots of room to roam! Large 4 bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, bright family room, living room and 8017 COUNTY RD. 2 den, 32 x 40 Immaculate, spacious executive bungalow on private 1.3 acres. Features shop with include marble foyer with hardwood and ceramic throughout, maple kitchen hydro. Great 1.5 acre property close to the 401. Property being sold with granite countertops and back splash, cathedral ceilings. Large master with huge 5 piece ensuite. Everything is upgraded here. A must see! $389,900. “as is.” $189,900. (EX2891) MLS 12605300 (EX2921) MLS 12605957

2438 SOUTH SHORE Pretty 1/2 storey with balcony off of master bedroom. Kitchen has newer cupboards, newer windows throughout, windows (5 years). Excellent 9396 COUNTY ROAD 2 Grand 2 storey, 5 bedroom in a fabulous park-like setting with incredible water 1025 COUNTY RD. 1 EAST barn with 5 box 306 CAMDEN RD. views. Very spacious home with many upgrades including kitchen and 2 piece Century home situated on 7.4 acres. Very private and well treed setting featuring 4 stalls and hay loft. bedrooms, 3 baths, gleaming hardwood floors, main floor family room with fireplace Looks can be deceiving. More room here than you think! Excellent 2 bedroom washroom, hardwood floors and newer windows. Huge 2700 sq. ft. 2 storey Large 1 1/2 garage with electricity. All situated on a picturesque 5.32 and walkout to large deck. Formal dining room, balcony off master bedroom, and 2 bungalow perfect for starter or retirement. Gas heat, paved drive. Great loca- outbuilding. Would make an ideal building for home business or workshop. acres. Horses permitted! $249,900. (EX2978) MLS 12607173 tion walking distance to downtown. $129,900. (EX2889) MLS 12605287 $239,900. (EX2946) MLS 12606508 car garage. This is a must to view!! $359,900. (EX2919) MLS 12605941

NEW PRICE

1457 WOODFIELD CRES., KINGSTON Great location. Solid brick and stone bungalow. 3 bedrooms up, 1 down. Large covered deck off living room, full finished basement with large rec room and sauna. New roof (2012), new gas furnace and central air in 2007. Detached double car garage, minutes to the Cataraqui Centre. $229,000. (EX2916) MLS 12605921

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549 COUNTY RD 9 A rare find. 64 acres only 1 km from town. Features 3 bedroom bungalow, 40x40 shop with 20 feet clear span, insulated and heated. Great barn with 5 stalls, tack room, hydro and water. This property also comes with a piece of waterfront. Possibilities are endless. $324,000. (EX2923) MLS 12606068

160 EAST ST. Don’t miss this fabulous family home maintaining the original beauty of yesteryear. Features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen with infloor radiant heat. Original hardwood flooring. Updates include new wiring and plumbing, new roof 2012. 16x32 in-ground pool, 12x18 workshop with loft. $287,900 (EX2961) MLS 12606789

HOBBY FARM WITH INCOME 83 MITCHELL RD. 127 acre farm with 2 1/2 acre Licensed Gravel Pit. 90 acres good, workable farm land, the remaining pasture and bush. The home features 2 storeys, 3 bedrooms, formal dining room, large living room, plus a den. $489,900. (EX2953) MLS 12606696

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132 RIVER RD. 5388 sq. ft. limestone century home located on 480 rolling acres overlooking the Napanee River. Featuring 5 bedrooms, formal dining room, main floor family room and rec room, three woodburning fireplaces and 3.5 baths. The horse barn features 5 box stalls, tack room, hay storage overhead. Plus a horse barn that features 8 stalls plus a drive shed plus another drive shed with workshop. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own “A Mansion on a Hill” (EX2836) MLS 12604245

SOLD

7685 COUNTY RD. 2 50 acres with a great Christmas tree business - approximately 25000 trees planted. Outstanding outbuildings. The home features 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, wood insert in fireplace in living room. This home is updated, just move in! Call for your personal viewing. $550,000. (EX2951) MLS 12606579 139 WILSON ST, KINGSTON Legal duplex with additional income in lower unit. All brick units separately metered, parking for 3 vehicles, on-site laundry. Top unit rented. Buyer can live in one and rent the 3rd one. Market rent of 3 bedroom for $800. plus, 2nd floor unit $850. plus, lower level 2 bedroom $750. plus. Tenants pay for utilities. Seller may hold 1st mortgage dependant on qualifications of buyer. Lower level and 2nd level can be viewed without notice. $284,500. (EX2907) MLS 12605759

SOLD

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

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

219 BRIDGE ST. W. Roomy 2 storey red brick on corner lot. Interior features main floor family room with gas fireplace, large living room with a gas fireplace, unique bay window sitting area. 4 bedrooms, 2 with ensuites and 2 more bathrooms! New boiler heating system, metal roof and lots of character. $249,900. (EX2963) MLS 12606842

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20 MARKET SQUARE 1000 square feet of space, 2 offices, board room, 2 piece bath, central location. Triple Net Lease. $1450./month (EX2950) MLS 12606569

Year round home offers 80’ of waterfront with panoramic views, great fishing and boating access to Napanee, Picton, Belleville and Kingston. Open concept kitchen/dining/living room with main floor laundry, 4 bedrooms (master with vaulted ceiling), 2 baths (one ensuite), and central A/C. Fully finished basement with in-law suite, laundry, kitchen/bar, gas fireplace and walkout to 14’ x 28’ in-ground pool. Covered marine rail system, dock, boat lift, sprinkler system, wrap-around deck and 2 car garage. Many upgrades include new roof, oil tank, pool pump, tile and hardwood floors throughout main level. $365,000. (EX2938) MLS 12606318

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13 DUNDAS ST EAST Great 1800 sq. ft. commercial rental space with 2 two bedroom apartments above. Great investment opportunity. $179,900.

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17-125 EAST There are 2 buildings on the subject property; the sales office (35x24) 840 sq. ft., the garage is 1190 sq. ft. with two bay doors, used to be a service station. The property is accessible from Adelphi and East St. Excellent development property. Must be sold. Open for offers. $249,900. (EX2962) MLS 12606792

319 CAMDEN RD. Excellent starter or retirement home. 2 bedroom bungalow, new kitchen 2009, hardwood flooring in living room and dining room, new roof 2008, large 12’x16’ deck off kitchen, fenced yard. $167,000. ( EX2995) MLS 12607647 126B LASHERS RD. Looking for prime waterfront? Look no further. Winterized cottage, year round access. Featuring large living room/dining room combo with views of the water. Walkout basement with rec room. Great dock and boat lift with deep water. Massive quonset hut with woodstove on Long Reach. Don’t miss this one. $259,900. (EX2879)

164A LASHER RD. Beautiful secluded, woodsy lot with sloping shoreline to excellent deep water for boating and fishing. Single sleeping cabin 8` x 10`, double sleeping cabin 10` x 10`, 3 decks, steel dock and boat lift, pellet stove in living room. A must see!!! Prime building lot. 4 acres on Napanee River. Including 3 car garage $189,900. (EX2895) with workshop. Severance and survey just being completed. MLS 12605430 $139,900. (EX2918) MLS 12605940

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

COMMERCIAL

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

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63 DUNDAS STREET This building consists of a 2 bay garage, sales office, 2 washrooms. The building has not been used after May 6/96. There Excellent Main Street location, next to Tim Hortons. is an environment report on file that was completed in 1993. Featuring 4900 sq. ft. building in good condition, 3 bay This property is being sold “as is.” Must be sold. Open for doors. Asking $350,000. Must be sold! Open for offers. $185,000. (EX2980) MLS 12607155 offers. (EX2890) MLS 12605290

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Looking for a great private waterfront building lot on South Great in-town building lot with a total of 2.6 Shore, Hay Bay with 360 feet of level water frontage. SOLD acres. New driveway being installed. Build your Ready for your dream home. $99,900. (EX2899) MLS dream home today. $49,000. (EX2720) MLS 12600982 12605561 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this 200’ by 4 acre Great building lot on South Shore, Hay Bay with 84 feet of prime waterfront lot on Hay Bay. Sandy shoreline, level water frontage. $49,900. (EX2900) MLS 12605562 lot. Listing is conditional on severance and survey. $189,900. (EX2970) MLS 12607050/12607053 A RARE FIND. Unbelievable 300’ of water frontage on Hay Bay, deep water. Build your dream home on this 2.26 ATTENTION!! Pick your spot to build your dream home acres. Enjoy the spectacular views. $249,900. MLS on this picture perfect 19 acre building lot located just min12603942 utes north of Napanee. Enjoy nature at its best. You will have lots of privacy. Entrance driveway is in. Good wells Great building lot with lots of privacy. Just minutes from have been obtained on neighbouring lots. $49,900. town. $48,900. (EX2779) MLS 12602858 (EX2977) MLS 12607132

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. (EX2768) MLS 12602220 8 ACRES of prime commercial land. Services at lot line. Located just off 41 Highway on VanLuven Road. $240,000. MLS 12603946

LOOKING TO BUILD YOU DREAM HOME but want to EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT located on Robert Street be close to Town. Look no further. Great building lot on just north of Graham Street. 50` x 106`. Level lot. $46,900 Little Creek Street 246’ x 150’ with a great well. Lots of (EX2545) MLS 11605554 water. $49,900. (EX2887) MLS 12605266 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME, very private. 15 acres was EXCELLENT WATER FRONT approved for 12 unit apart- a former sand pit, yet still on a public road. $29,900. ment. Building includes all engineered plans, or build your (EX2543) MLS 11605474 dream home. Call for more details, GST applicable on the GOOD 2 ACRE PARCEL of industrial land cleared and subject property. $225,000. (EX2859) MLS 12604759 ready to build on. Water and sewer at the front of the propIf you like wide open spaces, this building lot is perfect for erty. Call for more details. $82,900. (EX2019) MLS you. Build you dream home on this very nice, level lot and 10601646

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 have space to roam. New well and entrance to be PRISTINE WATERFRONT LOT with well. Ready to build Road frontage. Zoned rural with a tiny bit of E.P. GST is installed. Taxes to be assessed. $49,900. (EX2990) MLS on! Barn currently on property to be removed. Call today 12607523 applicable. $399,900. (EX2825) MLS 12604012 for details. $239,000. (EX2487) MLS 11604152


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494 PALACE ROAD, NAPANEE Looking for a nice 3 + 1 elevated bungalow in town? This deceivingly large home is waiting for you. Open concept with separate dining room with fireplace. Large main floor family room. Florida room with hot tub opening to fenced landscaped backyard. Master bedroom has fireplace, ensuite and spacious walk-in closet. Large deck off the kitchen to do your bar-bquing. Located 1 minute from 401 for easy commute to Kingston or Belleville. Asking $259,900. (K116) MLS 12607268

3781 COUNTY RD 9 Very nice 5 year old open concept 3 bedroom home 10 minutes from Napanee. Full length veranda on front and back of the house. Cathedral ceiling. Over sized insulated garage. Full unfinished basement with walk-out to garage. Carpet free. Excellent well, All this on almost 5 acres of level land close to Sherman`s Point boat ramp. Asking $204,900. (K79) MLS 12604091

106-108 BRIDGE ST EAST

Distinctive fieldstone home brimming with character. The potential is there to re-convert to duplex or enjoy as is â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a large home with 2 paved driveways and a 2nd staircase leading to 2 privacy bedrooms and separate bath. Timeless styling abounds. There are 2 covered porches (front wraparound with balcony), and a 2 storey carriage house. The roof has been reshingled and the 2nd storey windows are vinyl. Pleasing dĂŠcor, high ceilings, hardwood floors and main floor laundry. Take the virtual tour then book a showing appointment to appreciate the unique charm of this property close to downtown. Asking $233,000 (K117) MLS 12607376 Virtual tour http://www.Obeo.com/748355

47 PEARL ST. DESERONTO Recent renovations and rear addition have transformed this 2 bedroom home just steps from waterfront park. Updates include: roof shingles & exterior siding and a completely refurbished interior. Very comfortable and efficient living with a view of the Bay of Quinte. Asking $126,000. (K120) MLS 12605190

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4525 COUNTY RD 4 3 bedroom village home that has been completely renovated inside. new kitchen and flooring throughout. new well pump and pressure system, large 4 pc. bathroom with laundry on second floor. very nice large landscaped lot with beautiful mature maple trees. excellent well. home is tastefully decorated and ready for a new family. early possession available. Asking $152,900. (K78) MLS 12606552

Come up the landscaped drive into the glazed entry of this sun lit home. Spaced along the southern exposure the living, dining and family areas lead past the fireplace onto the ample deck, then down onto the sheltered patio past the paddocks, the pond and the extended barn and around the shoulder of the great hill. Through the woods to the boundary river with its 2 family building lots. deer, turkey, marble, granite strawberries and raspberries. come to a world of your very own. Asking $439,900. (K121) MLS 12607637

725 LITTLE CREEK STREET, NAPANEE Updated brick bungalow complete with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Inground swimming pool; fenced in backyard. Oak kitchen cabinets, built in dishwasher. very nice French doors leading into the livingroom. Lower level new windows in 2011. Newer propane stove/fireplace in main level and recroom. Finished recroom with in-law potential. Attached double car garage. Only 5 minutes south of Napanee on Little Creek road. Asking $265,000. (K119) MLS 12607573

1321 MOSCOW RD., STONE MILLS Great family home located 20 minutes from Kingston, 15 minutes from Napanee. Well maintained bungalow sitting on picturesque 3 acres. Home offers eat-in kitchen with garden doors to deck, sunken living room with bamboo hardwood floor, main floor laundry, 3 bedrooms, 1-4 pc bath, master with 3 pc ensuite. Fully finished basement with walkout. Asking $239,900. (K118) MLS 12607562

181 WHITE LAKE ROAD A very nice mobile at Cedar Cove Estates, complete with an addition on beautiful White Lake. Your escape from the city. Fully furnished, just bring along your towels and bedding. An additional Bunkie to bring along your family complete with its own bathroom and kitchenette. Sit on the covered deck and enjoy the view. This is a 3 site property so you may bring in another unit and share with your family. $750.00 yearly covers your common expenses Asking $109,000. (K109) MLS 12606137

9563 HIGHWAY #2 W. Very nice 1 1/2 storey home complete with 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, family room that leads out to a deck with 24` above ground pool, double car attached garage. A lot of upgrades include 200 amp wiring with additional set up for generator. 2011 new shingles on the front of the house. Solar set up to heat the pool. Most windows upgraded in 2006. Asking $169,900. (K112) MLS 12606802

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216 CAMBERLEY CRES., KINGSTON Three bedroom, 2 bath side-split home in a desirable quiet neighborhood. Mature trees and large deck; fenced backyard complete with two storage sheds. Close to schools, shopping, park and much more. New roof in 2008. New electrical for laundry and den/office in 2011. Asking $256,000. (K114) MLS 12606979

149 BAYVIEW DRIVE 1100 sq ft elevated bungalow on large private lot with attached 2 car garage with basement entrance. This home features 3 bedrooms on main level with a 4pc and ensuite 2pc and 4th bedroom and 4 pc bath in basement along with a 45 ft by 13 ft recroom with bar area. Many recent renos inc some windows, roof painting laminate flooring. The property has mature trees and landscaping with a covered deck at rear and is a stones throw from Boat launch. Enjoy the water view. Asking $199,900. (K110) MLS 12603085

FITCHETT RD Well treed 4.25 acre property, great place to build log home or other. Very private. Asking $69,900. (K113) MLS 12606906

106 BEVERLY ST., NAPANEE One of a kind, very large 4 bedroom home in a great location with all the extras. Large kitchen, formal diningroom, fireplace, 2 full baths and two half baths. main floor laundry, 2 car attached garage with paved drive. Much more to see. House in perfect condition. No smokers or pets have lived in. Asking $319,900. (K70) MLS 12605895

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

FITCHETT RD. 12.5 Acre building lot. Nice piece of property, treed, water view. Asking $40,000. (K82) MLS 12604334

1125 MOSCOW RD. STONE MILLS Century home - 5 generation home sitting on 80 acres of land near Varty Lake, just 20 minutes to Kingston. Has many uses with this 10,000 sq. ft. storage barn, large workshop and tool shed. New oil and wood furnace with new oil tank. Great for bed and breakfast, also for storage in this large barn. Much much more. Beautiful maple tree lined driveway. Asking $319,900. (K67) MLS 12606217

FITCHETT RD. 8 Acre building lot. Nice piece of property, partially treed on hilltop. View of Hay Bay. Directions: County Road 9 to Fitchett Road, go south 1Km. Asking $45,000.(K81) MLS 12604333

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

765 PALACE RD Terraced town lot (9/10th acre). Available municipal services. Over 200 feet, this deep lot backs onto conservation lands and the Napanee River. The 3 bedroom house plans take advantage of the land contour with double patio door walkouts. The established driveway goes down to the oversized garage/workshop /storage. 1200 + sq ft., 200 service, concrete floor. Come and build and look over the Napanee River Valley. Asking $69,900 . (K108) MLS 12605667

5991 COUNTY RD 41 Very nice home on large lot in Erinsville, walking distance from Beaver Lake. Beautiful pine floor in living room. Landscaped with flowerbeds and vegetable gardens. A must see. Great home for first time buyer. `Newer windows and furnace`, installed three years ago. Asking $139,900. (K106) MLS 12606797

106 THOMAS ST WEST Formerly carload food market. Main floor of building in need of renovations. 2 upstairs apartments, one newly renovated and rented. Good location near high school. Part of main floor rented, no lease. Unlimited possibilities. Asking $159,900. (K76) MLS 12603611

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Three serviced residential building lots in napanee on water and sewer. Asking $24,900. per lot or get a package deal buying all three. (K71) MLS 12803228

WATERFRONT LOT - CUTHILL LANE A very 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. The 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 $189,000. (K58) MLS 12601906

200 BELLEVILLE ROAD, NAPANEE Good commercial site with corner exposure. Existing building has 2 drive bays, small showroom and 2 piece washroom. Hydraulic hoist included (as is). Zoned C2 Arterial Commercial Property being sold "as is". Asking $99,900. (K77) MLS 12603613


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- Stone executive west end corner lot home - 3 levels of finished living space - Very private backyard with large deck - 3 plus 2 bedrooms - 3.5 baths MLS 12607779 Offered For Sale at $374,900.

- 3 bed, 2 baths - Extensively renovated and upgraded - Approximately 65 acres with barn and garage - Waterfront on Salmon River MLS 12604053 Asking $479,900.

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This waterfront property has huge potential with its lovely living room with hardwood, spacious kitchen/ eating area that leads to a wonderful sunroom over-looking the water. The walkout lower level has large rec room, bedroom and bath and can easily become an inlaw suite. Property has beautiful trees/ gardens, a shed at the water, dock, double upper and lower garages. $273,500. MLS 12606837

Wonderful family home with newer roof (08), 3 bedrooms up, new 4 pc bathroom (11), newer kitchen (08), dining room and living room and 2 pc. bathroom, main floor family room with fireplace and patio doors off to your private landscaped backyard. New carpeting upstairs (11) and min floor laminate (11) Finished basement with rec. room, 2 spare bedrooms, laundry and 2 pc. bath. $244,900. MLS 12603650

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12 Room motel with 3 bdrm living quarters in Ompah across from Palmerston lake and public beach. Property has potential for many uses and sits on 1 1/2 acres. $159,900. MLS 12603242

Ready for new owners, live in the house and have this 8 room well maintained motel generate income. There is a detached garage, sheds and lots of parking. Close to the 401 and Hwy 2 there is lots of potential. $399,900. MLS 12606450

VACANT LAND GREAT COMMERCIAL LOT across from Palmerston Lake and next to the 12 room motel. Great potential for this property that is in the heart of cottage country. $29,900. MLS 12603237 THIS HOBBY PROPERTY has 18 acres with workshop/garage and large barn. Property has a view of Lime Lake, septic and well on it. Ready to build your dream home. $89,900. MLS 12603911 GREAT DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Large acreage zoned M-1. Potential for rezoning Fronts on Hwy 2 and backs close to the 401. $399,900. MLS 12606454

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- Side-by-side duplex showing excellent return - Each unit is a 3 bedroom, 1 bath with large living spaces - Many recent updates inside and out - Tenants pay utilities Offered For Sale at $189,900.

- 3 bedrooms - 1 bath - Finished basement - Attached 2 car garage - Almost 2 acres Offered For Sale at $209,900.

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SUMMER WILL RETURN! But you can also enjoy Beaver Lake cottage in winter with cozy woodstove installed. New listing is 2 bdrms, huge living/dining kitchen area, deck on front right over water and screened in sitting room. Level shore, new septic, good swimming boating. $189,900. 12607827

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WANT AN OFFER! Says the owner. Small bungalow in Tamworth is perfect for retirees or beginners. 2 bedrooms, good size living rm open to an eat-in kitchen. Full basement with inside & outside entry, chimney for woodstove, carport & nice size storage workshop building. Immediate possession, $109,900 mls 12607434

- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths - In-town red brick home on large lot - Needs TLC - In-law potential Offered for sale at $169,900.

VACANT LAND 8 plus acres with waterfront. Offered for sale $54,900. Call for details.

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A REAL GEM! Side split in Centerville is set back from street with nicely groomed yard and even a small stream through. Very bright living rm, 3 bdrms, eat-in kit & lower family rm with woodstove to heat whole house. Solarium/sunroom to enjoy evening meals & insulated 2 car garage has workshop. NOW $227,000 mls 12606648 see www.centervillecountryhome.com

SNOWBIRDS Small home at Kennebec lake is not waterfront but boat launch is close by. 2 bedrooms, open concept living/dining rooms with propane fireplace and working kitchen. Excellent condition is perfect set up for those who might winter in south and just want small cheap place here for summer. $129,900 mls 12607184


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ARDEN BEAUTY Open concept two bedroom beauty in Arden. This home was completely rebuilt in 2009 and is very modern with newer windows and appliances, large open concept kitchen and living area. 2 skylights, 1 1/2 baths, 2 generous sized bedrooms with the master having a walkin closet. This home is also wheelchair accessible on both levels. MLS 12607538 $139,900.

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COUNTRY TWO STOREY Almost new 2 storey home in a lovely quiet setting. This home if very adaptable as it can have 3 or 4 bedrooms and can very easily accommodate an in law suite. Large main floor bath with double shower. Both an attached and detached garage/workshop. Easy driving distance to Napanee or Belleville. $259,900. MLS 12606560

256 DUNDAS ST. WEST A wonderful late nineteenth century character home. Spacious four bedroom centre hall plan. Has a second living unit with private entrance. Formal living and dining rooms, modern oak kitchen, upgraded windows. Refinished woodwork. Oversized town lot with mature trees and a good 2 storey garage/barn/workshop. A unique property. MLS 12606115 $269,000. Virtual Tour myvisuallistings.com/vt/64702.

3.79 ACRES ON BUTTERMILK FALLS RD. Very nice building lot about 15 minutes from town and 401. Easy commute to Napanee or Belleville. Very nice road with upscale homes in the area. Level lot and partially treed. Dug well with return rate of approximately 16 gals. a minute according to report. $37,900. MLS 12601115

FOR CREATIVE THINKERS Just a great 158 acres of vacant land just waiting for your creative Ideas. Almost 800 feet of frontage on Old Wilton Road, and over 1 mile of frontage and exposure to the 401. Year-round exposure and free advertising to 40 to 70,000 vehicles per day every day of the year. Call today to discuss your possibilities. $595,000. MLS 12605631

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 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; post and beam barn in good condition. This is a beautiful elevated setting with great views over the town and is fully surveyed. Call for details. MLS 12605596 $499,900.

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

ATTENTION FIRST TIME BUYERS Nice little 1 1/2 storey home in the older section of downtown Napanee. 3 bedrooms, nice living room and dining area. Old attached garage was converted to a large workshop/storage area. Older back porch could make a nice screened-in area with little effort, and nice newer sunroom on the south side makes this a perfect home for the first time home buyer. $139,900. MLS 12605110

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DRIVE-IN ROAD. Very desireable 27 acre parcel of vacant land backing onto the 401 and having 645 feet of road frontage on Drive-In Road. Property has 2 gates and a drilled well. $148,900. MLS 12605400

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