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‘Warm Toes’ heats up as temps drop

Two make bid for local PC nomination

Former MP Daryl Kramp, Bancroft councillor Tracy McGibbon announce candidacies....................... Page 2.

Women urged to ‘Just Book It’

Push is on to collect boots for kids in need

Push is on to get previouslyunscanned women to get mammograms during special campaign..................Page 3.

BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

J.P. Cormier next up in Starstop series

Canadian music veteran will perform at St. Mary Magdalene in Napanee next month........................Page 5.

Napanee Raiders see win streak snap

Junior C Club now facing a two-game losing streak after defeats at hands of Port Hope and Picton..... Page 19.

INDEX Social .................................. 4 Op/Ed............................... 6/7 History.................................. 7 Real Estate.........................11 Sports ................................19 Classifieds .........................21 Games .............................. 26 Business Directory............. 25

Vol. 147 ● No. 42

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Brodie Maracle of the Napanee Raiders is hopeful of a juicy rebound as Picton Pirates goalie Aaron Young makes a save during Friday’s PJHL game in Napanee. The Raiders lost the game 5-2 for their first defeat of the season. For more on this game, see Sports Page 19.

As cooler weather moves in, the Greater Napanee Poverty Reduction Committee is appealing to the community to help to make sure no child goes without winter boots. Known as Operation Warm Toes, the annual campaign calls for donations of new winter boots which will be distributed to those in need in time for winter, ideally ahead of the first snowfall. “It’s for any school-age child in (elementary) school or high school,” said Dana Henry, Community and Family Services co-ordinator for the Napanee Salvation Army and member of the Poverty Reduction Committee. “They can register (at Salvation Army) or at the Health Centre. The pick up date for the boots will be early November at the Health Centre.” Parents and guardians can register their children throughout the end of this week at either location. Registration is simple: they simply confirm that the family has an income of less than $35,000. “It’s a very easy registration to do,” said Henry. “We encourage anyone that thinks they might be in need of boots for their kids this year to come in and register.” The numbers have stayed fairly steady throughout the years in terms of those who require the service. “We’re expecting over 350 boots (to be handed out),” said Henry. “That’s for all of Lennox and Addington County from the north and out Amherstview way.”

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HERE are two hats in the ring for the Hastings-Lennox and Addington Provincial Progressive Conservative nomination. Former local Conservative MP Daryl Kramp and Bancroft municipal councillor Tracy McGibbon have announced that they’ll seek the PC nod in time for the 2018 provincial election. The nomination meeting is planned for mid-November, according to the riding association’s Facebook site.

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Changes to both the federal and subsequently provincial riding boundaries means that there will be no incumbent in the race in the next provincial vote; current local MP Randy Hillier will be seeking the nomination for the PCs in the new neighbouring riding of LanarkFrontenac-Kingston. For Kramp, the nomination bid represents a return to the political arena after being narrowly defeated by Liberal Mike Bossio in the federal election last year. Kramp had served as MP for Hastings-Prince Edward

since 2004. Kramp announced his candidacy earlier this month. In a press release, Kramp pointed to rising energy costs as one of the main reasons for re-entering the political fray. “I can no longer sit back and watch Ontario become a have-not province,” he said. “The Ontario Liberal Party under Dalton McGuinty and now Kathleen Wynne are forcing people out of their homes due to the out-of-control energy costs. Regulatory nightmares, criminality and mismanagement have strangled

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our economy and negatively affected the lives of ordinary citizens. The rapidly-growing debt is threatening the future of our young people.” He said that he believed his “knowledge and commitment” have served the riding well, and would do so again if elected. McGibbon, meanwhile, says her experience at the municipal level, as well as working on a number of community boards and committees, would assist her as an MPP. She’s currently the chair of the North Hastings Family Health Team board of directors, and was recently selected as one of the advisors for the PC Party on natural resources policy. “Under the Wynne government, we’ve experienced hardships impacting our families, children, seniors and business owners, making it less and less affordable to live and do business in Ontario,” she said in a press release issued earlier this month. “We’ve seen skyrocketing electricity rates, excessive taxes, red tape, job losses and cutbacks in health care and education. My community and rural Ontario are feeling the pain and I want to do something about it.” Replacing the Wynne government, she said, would be the first step in tackling those problems. “The province needs a new generation of leadership and that’s what Patrick Brown’s PC Party is offering. We need a break from this old, tired Liberal government. It’s time to revive Ontario.”

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The Napanee Salvation Army’s Dana Henry says the need for quality winter footware is as severe as ever.

TOES | Looking for donations to hit goal CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 To help match that quota, they’re asking members of the community to give generously either with new boots of through monetary donations. They do get some funding from the United Way but could always use more. This year they’ve teamed with Giant Tiger to help supply the boots. “We’re looking for all sizes but often times we have a hard time getting the bigger sizes,” said Henry. Making matters worse

is they don’t have many boots left over from last year’s campaign and will really depend on the community to help replenish their stock. And early indications are that this winter will be a particularly harsh one, making the need for warm boots that much greater. Donations can be made at the Salvation Army at 135 Mill St. or the Napanee Area Community Health Centre at 26 Dundas St. W. Monetary donations will also be accepted and are subject to a tax receipt.

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Charges pending in bus accident near Denbigh: OPP BY SETH DUCHENE Editor

The Napanee OPP detachment said yesterday that charges are pending in relation to a passenger bus accident that occurred in the northern end of Lennox and Addington County last Friday. According to Napanee OPP Detachment spokesperson Constable Jackie Perry, none of the approximately 50 seniors travelling on the bus suffered lifethreatening injuries, although 10 needed to be taken to hospital for treatment. The accident occurred on Highway 28 west of Highway 41, shortly before 10 a.m. Cst. Perry reported that the bus was transport-

ing a group of Shriners who were making their way from Bancroft to Montreal to deliver toys to a children’s hospital. The bus had left the road and entered a ditch. The incident resulted in a significant mobilization of regional emergency crews. Cst. Perry said that paramedics from Lennox and Addington as well as Hastings County, Frontenac County and Renfrew County all responded to the call. She also said that the Renfrew, Killaloe and Kaladar OPP detachment sent officers to respond. The highway was reduced to one lane of traffic while emergency crews responded. Cst. Perry said the incident is still under investigation.


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Women urged to ‘Just Book It’ Breast cancer screening day taking place at L&A Hospital BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

In the spirit of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the staff at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital are urging women to ‘Just Book It’ on Oct. 26. The ‘it’ they are referring to is a potentially life-saving mammogram. “We’re going to have a full day of mammograms but the Just Book It portion will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.,” said Wenda Lalande, technical specialist of the diagnostic department at LACGH. “In particular, from 3:30 p.m. until 7 p.m., we will be screening women between the age of 50-55 who have never been screened for the Ontario Breast Screening program. These are women who you might typically expect to be in the workforce possibly working Monday to Friday and are not able to book an appointment for a mammogram.” The goal of the event is to take away the hurdles that would preAdam Prudhomme-Staff

Using a Lendrum spinning wheel, quilter Beth Abbott blends multi-coloured yarns into her next work of art during last weekend’s Fall Fibre Affair. The event, which was well attended, was held in Bath’s historic Fairfield-Gutzeit House and featured seven unique artists.

vent most women from getting screened and making it as easy as possible. From 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in particular, the screenings will be done with no appointment necessary — patients can simply walk in. A mammogram is an X-ray of the breast that can detect early signs of cancer. LACGH has had mammogram screening equipment since November 2012. Local businesses Sand n’ Sea, Milady’s Lace and Seasons Fine Foods will be on hand to provide food and showcase some of the clothing available to women who have had reconstructive surgery. Though they aim to create a fun and welcoming atmosphere for the event, that doesn’t underscore the importance of getting screened. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Ontario, with an estimated 9,800 women diagnosed with it in 2015. Approximately 1,900 women died from it last year. “There’s been a decrease anywhere from 25 to 35 per cent in the mortality in breast cancer and

it’s being attributed to early detection,” said Lalande. “Catching it early gives you a better chance for healing the cancer. It’s less likely to spread and it gives the patient more treatment opportunities and options.” Because the disease is so common, doctors urge women to get tested on a regular basis. “At 50, on your birthday call and make an appointment,” said Lalande. “From that point on, if all things are good, it would be every two years and you get a recall letter from Cancer Care Ontario saying your Ontario Breast Screening Program mammogram is due in two months.” A mammogram can be scheduled without a referral from a family doctor. The results will be sent to a patient’s family physician. All mammograms are free of charge. To book an appointment, visit www.LACGH.com or by calling 613-354-3301. The Just Book It clinic will be held at the Bridge Street entrance of LACGH, around the back of the building.

‘SERVING HUMANITY GALA’… Hosted by the Napanee Rotary Club tomorrow. Proceeds to build an accessible children’s playground in Rotary Park. At Napanee Lions Hall. Hors d-oeuvres, multi-course dinner, live auction and dance. For your listening and dancing pleasure, there’s Mr. Rag Time from 6-8 p.m. and the Kim Pollard Band from 9 p.m. to midnight. Tickets available at Pringle’s Ford, L&A Mutual Insurance, Doyles Windows and Tim’s Truck and Equipment. Ticket cost is $150 per person. Credit card transactions available at Tim’s Truck and Equipment.

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If you have a non-profit community event or program you would like to promote? Let us promote it in our Community Pulse event listings. Send the details to beaver@bellnet.ca (‘Community Pulse’ in the subject line), fax them to 613354-2622 or drop them off at the Beaver office. Events must be in by the Monday before our Thursday publication to ensure the event is entered into our system in time. Events are listed chronologically and printed when possible. For more details on the Community Pulse listings, please call 613-3546641 ext. 109. OCTOBER 20 MIXED DARTS LEAGUE At the Napanee Legion, upstairs in Perrin Hall. L&A SOS SOCIAL DINERS L&A Seniors Outreach Services will host a social diner at Odessa Emmanuel United Church Hall, 63 Factory St., noon-1:30 p.m. A delightful meal of baked ham with peach glaze, scalloped potatoes, vegetables, coleslaw, dinner rolls, and apple or peach crisp dessert. Entertainment by Fred Brown and Friends. Cost is $10 per person. Limited seating so book early to avoid disappointment — first-come, firstserved. All seats must be reserved no later than Oct. 17 by calling the L&A SOS office at 613-354-6668, ext. 0. Transportation provided

LENADCO AUXILIARY BAZAAR Wednesday, Nov. 2nd 9am to 1pm at the John M. Parrot Centre Crafts, Baking, Treasures, Jewellery, Homemade Strawberry Jam, Dozens of Boxed Christmas Display Pieces (donated to Auxiliary) Luncheon 11am to 1pm Everyone Welcome

upon request for a small fee. Wheelchair accessible. VICTORIA II WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Group will meet at the home of Linda Williams in Selby at 7:30 p.m. The topic is agriculture, and the roll call is ‘name nutritious local foods beginning with your first initial’, and 10 cents for each step in your house. LUNCHEON At Riverside United Church in Yarker, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Homemade soup, sandwiches, dessert, coffee and tea, cost is $7. Takeout available. Call 613-377-6424. DANCE FITNESS At the Tamworth Legion, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. OCTOBER 21 SENIORS EXERCISE GROUP At the Napanee Legion, from 11 a.m. to noon. NAPANEE LEGION FRIDAY LUNCH Come out and enjoy a delicious, hot meal home-made by our wonderful ‘Lunch Bunch’. This week enjoy gently seasoned, tender chicken breast with mashed potatoes, salad, dessert and coffee or tea for only $12! Everyone is welcome, serving starts at 11:30 a.m. Come hungry, the portions are huge! Take-out is available, call 613-4095275. OPEN SHUFFLEBOARD At the Napanee Legion main lounge, starting at 7 p.m. Cost is $3. EUCHRE At the Napanee Legion, starting at 8 p.m. OCTOBER 22 ENTERTAINMENT At the Napanee Legion featuring The Swinging

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Doors playing from 8 p.m. to midnight! Gather your friends and come out for a fun filled night of dancing! Everyone is always welcome, $5 for non-members. FALL BAZAAR At Trinity United Church in Napanee, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Morning coffee at 3 p.m. Luncheon — two sittings — at 11:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. Adults $12. Children under 12 free. Advance tickets. Call Elaine at 613-354-4486 or the church office at 613-3543858. CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND GIFT SALE The Verona Lions Club is holding their annual Christmas Craft and Gift Sale in the Verona Lions Hall at 4504 Sands Rd. in Verona from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Please plan to join us for great gifts and gift ideas. Free admittance. Free coffee. Breakfast and lunch available. For more information, please call Al Beatty at 613-352-5220 or email allanbeatty@hotmail.com. OCTOBER 23 CLASSIC COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL Will be held from 1-5 p.m. at the Newburgh Hall in Newburgh. Come out and enjoy an afternoon of dancing and great country music with the Country Sky Band and local entertainers. Open mic. Admission is $8, entertainers are free, and a canteen will be available. All proceeds go to local community projects. Sponsored by the NewburghCamden Lions Club. Please call 613-354-6528 or 613379-9972 for more information.

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‘Clem Chesterfield’ rides into L&A County Local musician Tim Sheffield invokes old cowboy’s persona for upcoming museum performance BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Drawing on inspiration from the likes of Willie Nelson and Hank Williams, ‘Clem Chesterfield’ will bring his own brand of ‘slacker country’ to an Oct. 27 acoustic performance at the Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives. Chesterfield is perhaps best known around Napanee by his real name, Tim Sheffield. As both a music teacher and performer, Sheffield was a fixture in the Napanee music community for much of the last two decades. Though he moved to Kingston in 2012, he has continued to return for the odd performance in his old stomping grounds. During his time in Napanee, he was mostly known as a rock and blues musician. While reflecting on a difficult time in his life, he began to develop his alter-ego of a

country music cowboy known as Clem Chesterfield. His Live at the Museum performance next Thursday will be to promote his debut CD titled The Chronicles of Clem Chesterfield which he released earlier this year. “It’s more like a 1950s kind of old country, like Hank Williams or Wilf Carter,” said Sheffield. “It’s just a steel guitar, upright acoustic bass and myself on guitar and vocals. We kind of did it old style just sitting around a microphone and came up with the ‘old country’ thing.” For his performance next week he will be accompanied by fiddle player Al Duquette. For those familiar with Sheffield’s other work, a turn to the country music genre might seem a bit random. He does, however, come by honestly. “My dad as a music teacher was a complete country man,” said Sheffield. “My roots were definitely in

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country. I didn’t feel like it was a departure. And, really, the way songs come about, I’ve been writing songs for 30 years. Over that time period you sort of go through the cast-offs that maybe didn’t make the record or maybe didn’t make the recording stage even. That’s what I did and wound up with these six songs.” He says songs that didn’t fit into the rock genre were

given new life when he added a country twist. It turns out an appearance at the museum, which has its genesis as the county’s jail, is a perfect fit for his alter-ego. He says he’s hoping to scope out the joint as a possible set for a music video to accompany his song ‘She Just Waved Goodbye’. “Being in a jail is funny because I’ve been putting together some ideas for a

music video,” said Sheffield. “It would take place in a jail cell with the singer telling his story on death row.” On an even broader scale, Sheffield says he’s excited for the idea of reviving the live music scene. During his time in Napanee he says he saw the growing pains fellow musicians had to go through trying to find a venue that would welcome live, original music. He says

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News from the U.S. presidential election is difficult to avoid, even north of the border. That’s somewhat understandable, given the unprecedented way that campaign has unfolded. When there’s a train wreck Combined in 1965 happening, it’s hard not to watch it. with The Napanee What’s up for debate is whether or not we’re Express (EST. 1861) and The Deseronto watching it from a safe distance. We’ve already commented on how Canada would Post (EST. 1904) do well to avoid the kind of politics that are happening in the U.S., the stoking of nationalist sentiAn independent ments and racial tensions being the ugliest examples. community What’s more disturbing than the campaign itself, however, has been the fact that conditions newspaper existed for that kind of campaign to happen; further, it casts some uncertainty on what will happen after the election. The tenor of the campaign has JEAN MORRISON been dreadful. Republican nominee Donald Trump, OWNER & of course, is casting himself as the victim of a vast PUBLISHER conspiracy against him, mobilized by the global elite; he has routinely called for the jailing of his SALES MANAGER opponent; he has routinely suggested that he’ll be SCOTT JOHNSTON victim of voter fraud (despite a dearth of any eviMANAGING EDITOR dence to support the claim); he’s even hinted that SETH DUCHENE Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton could be “dealt with” by defenders of the Second Amendment (the BUSINESS MANAGER one that protects the right of Americans to bear DEBBIE MCCANN arms). This in mind, it’s difficult to believe that PRODUCTION MANAGER Trump’s most ardent supporters would accept a MICHELLE BOWES Clinton win with a shrug and a willingness to move ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE on. DIANE GROSE But Clinton and her campaign aren’t blameless in this. Although the Clinton campaign has (justifiably) criticized Trump and his antics, it hasn’t ADVERTISING SALES REPstopped with Trump. In a fundraiser, she called RESENTATIVES: LISA PRESTrump’s supporters “deplorables” — hardly the LEY, LINDA WARNER . words of someone who’d like to be ‘better together’, CLASSIFIEDS MANAGER: as her campaign slogan goes, and it certainly feeds JANE WRIGHT. COMPOSinto perception that the nebulous ‘elites’ are out of ING STAFF: MARION touch with the concerns of everyday citizens. SEDORE. STAFF REPORTThe kind of polarization that’s happening in the ERS: ASHLEY ESPINOZA, U.S. is troubling, to say the least. It suggests that, ADAM PRUDHOMME. after all the votes are cast, the U.S. will remain divided, and perhaps violently so. We wonder if Americans — particularly the ones who find themselves solidly in one camp or the other — forget the fact that not matter who wins or loses on Nov. 8, they’re still going to have to live together and work together; it’s not as if, should their desired candidate win, all those elitists or deplorables are going to evaporate or disappear. Here in Canada, we too are going to live with whoever Americans choose to be their next president; although there’s not much we can (or should) do to affect the outcome, our close relationship with the U.S. means that the election could have a dramatic impact on Canada. But if there’s a lesson we can take from the American experience, it’s that we should avoid taking the same road to polarization. Napanee Beaver - 40005335 It’s easy enough to say that kind of trend goes against our polite Canadian nature, and it’d be nice The entire content of The Beaver to think that’s true, but there are no guarantees. The Americans have a tough row to hoe to is protected by copyright. No portion thereof is to be repro- become reunited after the dust settles next month. We Canadians should be mindful in not allowing duced without permission of the ourselves to become so painfully divided in the first publisher. place.

Staff Picks: Behind Closed Doors Marg Wood of the Napanee Branch of the County of Lennox and Addington Libraries recently enjoyed Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris, a popular new thriller for fans of Gone Girl. “I have been on a real psychological suspense kick as of late and Behind Closed Doors, the debut novel by B. A. Paris fits the bill as a face-paced, spellbinding and chillingly suspenseful thriller,” says Marg. She explains, “Jack Angel seems to have it all. He is a successful attorney who has never lost a case, he is extremely good looking and wealthy and has a beautiful, devoted wife named Grace. From outward appearances the newlywed Angels have the ideal life, Coles’ on occasion hosting perfect dinner parties for a few select friends but generally opting to spend their time with only each other. Things are not always as they appear as this book soon reveals — we never really know what goes on behind closed doors! “On their wedding night Jack shows his true colors leaving Grace shocked and

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think is a fair comparison but personally I found this book to be much more captivating and the characters better developed,” concludes Marg. “Getting into Jack’s psyche is extremely disturbing and at times downright creepy but ultimately this was a book I could not put down. I would suggest this book to fans of Paula Hawkins, Karin Slaughter, Fiona Barton, Mary Kubica and perhaps even Stieg Larsson.” Reserve Behind Closed Doors today in regular print, large print and Overdrive mp3 audio formats at www.countylibrary.ca.

alarmed to find out she has married an extremely controlling monster. The caring, charismatic and charming man she thought she knew turns out to be a very twisted man with a violent backNotes ground too horrible for Grace to imagine. Now Grace must find a way to protect herself and her 18year-old sister Millie who is soon scheduled to move in with them. She must find a way to get away from the secured fortress of a home Catherine Coles is the that has become her prison. “Behind Closed Doors has Manager of Library Services been compared to Gone Girl for Lennox and Addington by Gillian Flynn which I County.

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Greater Napanee council and the Greater Napanee Arts and Culture Advisory Committee recognized the winners of the recent Arts and Culture Awards. Winners were Michelle Hauser (established artist of the year), Ron Sheffield (arts educator of the year), the Lennox Agricultural Society (lifetime achievement award, group), the Pioneer Square Dance Club (lifetime achievement award, group), John Sonneveld (lifetime achievement award, individual), Napanee Heritage Quilters Guild (community impact by an organization) and Emily Saunders (student artist of the year).

COMMUNITY PULSE OCTOBER 29 CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND GIFT SALE The Loyalist Junior Tennis Club is holding its second annual Christmas Craft and Gift Sale at the South Fredericksburgh Community Hall (County Rd. 8 between Bath and Napanee) from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Please plan to join us for great Christmas gifts and gift ideas from many local crafters and artisans. Free admittance, complimentary coffee. Also featuring demonstrations by Dustin Etherington, bower and fletcher (crafter of primitive Bows and Arrows). Dustin has devoted many years developing this art and has distinguished himself as a master craftsman. He will also show the art of hand knapping flint and bone arrow heads which he uses making jewellery, knife blades and stone axes. Come and enjoy this presentation. Breakfast and lunch available. For more information about this event, please call Al Beatty 613 352 5220 or email allanbeatty@hotmail.com. HISTORICAL SOCIETY BANQUET Hastings County Historical Society Annual Banquet and Celebration of History with guest speaker, acclaimed author and Globe and Mail columnist, Roy MacGregor, speaking ‘On Bumblebees and Maple Leaves’. Find out how he solves the riddle of their similarity. Social hour at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. at the Travelodge Ballroom, Belleville. Tickets at $65. are available at Quinte Arts Council office, 32 Bridge St. E, Belleville, or by calling MaryLynne Morgan at 613-961-7091. For more information about this event, please go to www.hastingshistory.ca. OCTOBER 30 TURKEY DINNER Newburgh United Church will host its annual turkey dinner from 4-6:30 p.m. at 339 Academy St. in Newburgh. Freewill offering at the door. Dine in or take out. All are welcome to attend.

NOVEMBER 1 SENIOR DRIVER REFRESHER WORKSHOP Driver refresher re-scheduled. Join us at L&A Seniors Outreach Services at 9 a.m. for another 55Alive Driver Workshop. This program is geared to mature drivers over the age of 55 who are in need of a refresher on the rules of the road and changes to the traffic laws. Tim Smith, our new mentor, is a retired OPP officer. This is excellent preparation for those that will be undertaking the mandatory testing though MTO. Please call Reception at 613-3546668.Cost is $30 with lunch. NOVEMBER 2 LENADCO AUXILIARY BAZAAR From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the John M. Parrott Centre. Crafts, baking, treasures, jewellery, homemade, strawberry jam. Dozens of boxed Christmas display pieces (donate to auxiliary). Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Everyone welcome. NOVEMBER 5 HOMETOWN COUNTRY JAMBOREE At the Napanee Lions Hall, doors open at 6 p.m. and starts at 7 p.m. Entertainers are Evelyn Ramdhanie, Kiley Jo Masson and Greg Yarker. Emcee is Joe Saunders and our favorite band Heartland Country. Tickets can be purchased at the door or please feel free to call 613-242-3168. FAMILY BAZAAR At Riverside United Church in Yarker, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Refreshments, bake table, silent auction, collectables, local artisans and more. For more information, call 613-378-2241. FALL BAZAAR At Deseronto United Church, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bake table, dime table, book room, country booth, draw for groceries, draws to begin at 1 p.m. Lunch: chili or homemade soup, bread, cake. Adults $6, children 12 and under $3.

CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND BAKE SALE Trinity United Church, Hwy. 38 in Verona, will be hosting a Christmas Craft and Bake Sale from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. There will be 28 craft and gift tables offering hand crafted items, a bake table of delicious homemade baking, and a fundraising luncheon. For information, call Marni at 613-374-9929. NOVEMBER 5&6 BATH ARTISANS ANNUAL ART SHOW From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. John’s Hall in Bath. Fine art, glass, photography, wood, jewelry, etc. Our local talented artists will be on hand to speak with you and explain their creations. Free admission, coffee and a draw for a progressive painting. For more information, visit www.bathartisan.info. WEST END ART FESTIVAL Over 20 of your favourite artists in one great location, no driving around like other art tours. It’s easy, all at St. Andrew’s By the Lake United Church at 1 Redden St., located near the intersection of Front and Days Rd. Showing on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to Sunday from 1-4 p.m. Come out and enjoy this wonderful feast for the eyes. Admission is free. NOVEMBER 6 FULL ROAST BEEF DINNER At the Morningstar Mission in Napanee, 59 Water St. West. Dinner is served between 4:30 and 6 p.m. Adults $14 and children under 12, $7. Come and have an enjoyable, relaxing evening with family and friends and support a worthwhile cause. Funds donated will be used to support our ongoing meal programs at Morningstar! LIONESS CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Napanee Lions Hall. Door prizes, gift baskets. Admission is $2 or non-perishable food items of equal value. All proceeds go back into the community.

■ Napanee council gave the green light to a new subdivision development on the east end of town. Acting on a recommendation from the town’s planning committee, council approved the subdivision application. The property was owned by Thomas and Harold Barrett. The subdivision would be located east of Camden Road and south of Church Street. The proposed subdivision would have 86 property lots. The plans were presented to a meeting of the board which met before council. ■ The chair of the Napanee policing committee, deputy-reeve W.R. Douglas, said he and his committee were going to take their time in appointing a new chief of police. The previous chief, H.R. Benn, had resigned at the end of July. Benn then accepted a job as a constable with the force following his resignation Douglas had reported that some 14 applications had come in seeking the police chief’s job. He said the committee was still meeting to determine the best candidate for the job, and wouldn’t be rushed in doing so.

35 Years Ago October 22, 1986 ■ As the temperture was beginning to drop outside, there was an increase in the number of heating-related fires. One occurred at a Belleville Road home when a woodstove chimney heated up to the point of igniting some cedar shinles near the stovepipe. While the home was heavily damaged, no one was injured. Meanwhile, a heating blanket caught fire in an apartment building in Napanee. The tennant was visiting a neighbour at the time when they noticed smoke emerging from the apartment. The blanket had caught fire on the couch. ■ The Napanee Lions Club approached Napanee council to push for the Napanee Rotary pool to be enclosed. Bill Raycraft, speaking on behalf of the Napanee Lions Club, said that “we would like to work with the recreation committee to get a pool enclosure. “We (the club) have finished our project at the hospital, and two weeks ago at our regular meeting, we decided we needed another project. Napanee has come of age for a yearround facility at the pool area,” Raycraft continued.


8 / COMMUNITY OCTOBER 23 GOSPEL SING Featuring the ‘Old Hims’, starting at 7 p.m. at Wilton Standard Church at 242 Simmons Rd. in Wilton. All are welcome to attend. Food and fellowship after the sing. For more information about this event, call Bill at 613-3863405.

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Please register with reception in advance. Call 613-3546668. OCTOBER 26 ‘MAMMO MONTH’ A campaign during October urging women to make the time for a mammogram. It takes just five minutes to book a mammogram appointment. It’s worth making time to detect early signs of cancer. Screenings taking place at L&A County General Hospital from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. To book an appointment, call 613-354-3301 ext. 285 or walk in from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m. OCTOBER 27 ‘DEATH BY CHOCOLATE’ From 7-9 p.m. at the Napanee Golf and Country Club, to support the Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre. Tickets $25 per person. Contact Nicole at nic_e_butler@yahoo.com, please use ‘DBC’ in the subject box. Chocolate dessert buffet, silent auction, 50/50 draw, Napanee Beer Company beer tasting, Three Dog Winery wine tasting. Live musical performance by

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Steven Albertson. If you’d like to bring a donation fo the animals, our wish list is: unsalted almonds/wal nuts/pumpkinseeds, Canadian Tire money, paper towels, bleach, toilet paper, dish soap, extra-large heavy duty garbage bags, blankets/towels, disposable gloves, postage stamps. DANCE FITNESS At the Tamworth Legion, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. OCTOBER 28 ‘SPOOKTACULAR’ Napanee Lions Spooktacular, tickets $10 per person. From 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., featuring DJ Earl. Draw prizes, door prizes, best costume, midnight snacks. SOUP AND SANDWICH LUNCHEON At St. Matthew’s Hall in Marlbank, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $7 per person. Includes soup, sandwich, dessert, tea or coffee. Will also have baked goods for sale. CLUB 39 DANCES The music of Cowboys Don’t Cry at the Belleville Royal Canadian Legion Branch 99 at 132 Pinnacle St. in Belleville (upstairs) from 8 p.m. to midnight. Doors open at 7 p.m. Singles and couples welcome. Members $10, nonmembers $12. Come out and enjoy. Lunch will be served. For information call 613-3921460 or 613-966-6596.

OCTOBER 29 HALLOWEEN DANCE At the Napanee Legion featuring Texas Tuxedo playing from 8 p.m. to midnight! Gather your friends and come out for a fun filled night of dancing, costumes and prizes! Everyone is always welcome, $5 for non-members. EUCHRE TOURNAMENT Starts at 1 p.m. at Napanee Golf and Country Club. Cost is $15 per person, including first and second prizes, dinner (lasagna/shepherd’s pie). Contact Denise Hinch at ngcc.dhinch@gmail.com, call 613-536-9489. HALLOWEEN DANCE Downstairs at the Deseronto Legion, from 8 p.m. to midnight. Featuring the band South of Seven. Food item donation, prizes for best costume. FALL BAZAAR At St. Alban’s Anglican Church fall bazaar at 8 a.m. Crafts, baked goods, deli, books and silent auctions. Come for a pancake breakfast with sausages or muffins and coffee. Come do your Christmas shopping early. HARVEST SUPPER Emmanuel United Church at 63 Factory St. in Odessa is holding its harvest supper at 5 p.m. Enjoy a locally-grown roast beef dinner with all the trimmings, beverage and dessert too. Adults $15; children 6-17 $8; two adults and children $40; one adult and children $25.

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

DESERONTO PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

469 Dundas Street, Deseronto, Ontario 613-396-3841 Assistant Pastor Dan Rooney 10am - Sunday School 10:45am - Morning Worship 6:30pm - Evening Service Wednesday 7pm - Bible Study Thursday 7pm - Junior Youth Night Everyone welcome Affiliated with PAOC

EVANGEL TEMPLE

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

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Minister: Rev. Elaine Kellogg 613-354-4373 DESERONTO UNITED CHURCH 112 Fourth St., Deseronto 9am - Worship Service GRACE UNITED CHURCH 150 Robert St., Napanee Corner of Bridge St. W. & Robert St. 10:30am - Worship Service and Sunday School Cable TV Broadcast on Sundays and Wednesdays at 9am

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Minister: Stephanie Klaassen 613-377-6406 www.mosriv.com ‘Like us on Facebook’ The United Church of Canada RIVERSIDE UNITED CHURCH 2 Mill St, Yarker, ON 9:30am - Worship Service & Sunday School MOSCOW UNITED CHURCH 25 Huffman Rd, Moscow, ON 7pm - Worship Service, Social to follow Everyone is always welcome

NAPANEE STANDARD WESLEYAN CHURCH

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

NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE PASTORAL CHARGE 613-378-2511 The United Church of Canada The Rev. Barbara Mahood Worship Service and Sunday School: 9:30am at Centreville. Contemporary Praise Service: 11am at Newburgh Everyone is invited and always welcome!

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER

155 St. George St., Deseronto Minister: Rev. James Gordon 396-3119 or 396-2347 9:00am - Church Service and Sunday School

ROBLIN-ENTERPRISE UNITED CHURCH Rev. Nancy Clarke 613-384-4698 3271 County Road 41, Roblin 11am - Worship Service and Sunday School Everyone Welcome

ROBLIN WESLEYAN CHURCH

Pastors: Bert McCutcheon, Dustin Crozier, Paul DeMerchant SUNDAY SERVICES 8:45am & 11am - Sunday Services 10:15am - Sunday School Ministries for all ages Thursday 7:00pm - Youth 1st & 3rd Friday 7:00pm - Young Adults All are welcome! www.roblinwesleyan.com roblinwc@gmail.com Find us on Facebook!

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST 4734 German Rd., Petworth ANGLICAN CHURCH Pastor: Rev. Ruth Ann Paul Phone: 613-358-2824 11am - Morning Worship November 13th 2pm Gospel Music Concert in Celebration of our 17th Anniversary December 11th 7pm Christmas Sing Along Everyone is always welcome at all our Services

212 Church Street, Bath K0H 1G0 613-352-7464 www.stjohnsbath.ca Priest: Rev. Bramwell Pearce Sunday Service 10am - Holy Communion Sunday School Fellowship and refreshments after Service Everyone welcome

The United Church of Canada Minister: Michael Putnam Charge Office: 613-388-2375 Worship for all ages: SELBY 9:45am - Worship Service and Sunday School Wednesday evenings 6:30pm - Cornerstone Kids Group EMPEY HILL 11:15am - Worship Service

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

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ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHURCH

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

ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH

TEMPLE OF PRAYER AND PRAISE

“By grace through faith...” 261 West St., 613-354-5910 Pastor Rev. Albert Trask Sunday Morning 10am “Celebration of Jesus” Sonshine Corner ages 4-8 Young Disciples grades 4-6 Last Sunday of month 6:30pm “Touching Jesus Healing Service” Wednesdays 7pm - “Going Deeper” in the Word, Spirit and Prayer Everyone welcome! Bring a friend! www.templeofprayerandpraise.org

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82 Richard St., Napanee Office 354-4735 Major Craig and Patsy Rowe SUNDAY - 9:30am Morning Worship WEDNESDAY - 12 noon Bible study 1st Wed. - 12 noon Ministry to Women Wed. - 4:30pm Friends Club Ages 5-11 3rd Thurs. - 12:00 noon Sr. Group 55+ Everyone welcome.

TRINITY UNITED CHURCH

1840-2015 25 Bridge St. E. 613-354-3858 Join The Reverend Mark as he celebrates and worships with us duringThanksgiving Sunday. Children of all ages are invited to our exciting new Sunday School. Ministry of Music with our own Trinity's Choir! Service begins at 10:30am. Everyone invited and Always Welcome.

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WESTDALE PARK FREE METHODIST CHURCH (across from the hospital) 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee 613-354-2669 info@westdaleparkfmc.ca www.facebook.com/westdalepark SUNDAY Coffee Fellowship 9:00am WORSHIP SERVICE 10:00am PRAYER TIME Sunday 6:30pm, Tuesday and Thursday 9-9:30pm


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‘Zombie Walk’ returns in time for Halloween Second-ever event designed to collect hat and mitten donations — and create some spooky fun BY ADAM PRUDHOMME

‘zombie’ participants will be donating hats and mitts to Staff Reporter Greater Napanee Emergency Services fire departUndead creatures will shuf- ment for kids in need. The just-for-fun walk is fle through downtown on Oct. 30 marking the second open to all ages and particiannual Napanee Zombie pants are encouraged to don their best zombie costume. Walk. “What we’re doing is There’s no need to fear, however, as these are more gathering hats and mitts for kind-hearted zombies than kids,” said event organizer the ones typically por- Wendy Oakley. “Donations trayed. Prior to departing can be made to the Civitan from Market Square the Club as well where they

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have hot chocolate for sale (in the Market Square). We’re going to hand everything over to the fire department and they can do their Christmas stuff with that we gather that day.” Drawing inspiration from Kingston’s Zombie Walk as well as her love for the hit show The Walking Dead, Oakley says she was eager to bring the event to Napanee. Knowing she had a hit event on her hands,

she decided to add the charitable aspect to it. “Hats and mitts are just like socks, they tend to disappear,” said Oakley, “so the more we can get the more we can know our kids are nice and cozy so the kids can go out and play safe and not get frost bitten.” The walk will get underway at 2 p.m. as the group of ghouls travel west along Bridge Street, making a left on Robert Street. From there

they will take a left on Dundas Street, stroll through downtown all the way to East Street, where they take a left and circle back to town hall. After seeing a crowd of about 30 for their first walk last October, Oakley is expecting to see an increase this time around as word of the event has spread through social media. “(Participants) put a lot of attention to detail and a lot of effort,” Oakley said of

the costumes last year. “It’s such fun and the artists in this town are just amazing.” For those that love this time of year, it’s the perfect chance for them to show off their makeup and costume skills just prior to Halloween. Anyone interested in the event can search Zombie Walk Napanee, Hats and Mitts for Kids on Facebook. They can also call Oakley at 613-354-5745.

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58 BEVERLY ST. NAPANEE $299,900. Beautiful 2-storey home, with 2 1/2 baths in one of Napanee`s finest locations. Huge master bedroom with cheater ensuite and walk in closet. Hardwood floors, central air, open concept kitchen and living room. Finished basement with rec room and 3rd bath. A pleasure to show! (EX4321) MLS 450840697

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35 OLD HAMBURG RD Sweet little starter/retirement home. 2 bedroom 1 bath bungalow minutes from Napanee. Home was fully re-furbished in 2010 - in great condition - large yard for kids & pets. Very private location. $159,900. MLS 451160068

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287 HAMBLY RD

$399,000. (O84) MLS 451120036

73 KANVERS WAY $241,900. (O77) MLS 416606744

Rick Gerow

RIVERVIEW DR CAMDEN EAST $89,900. (N53) MLS 15605179

$159,900. (O100) MLS 45090009

$259,900. (O99) MLS 361330056 NEW PRICE

Tanya Myatt Mosier Sales Representative

613-532-0330

1062 LITTLE POND RD

$259,000. (O36) MLS 361770259

441 GOODYEAR RD

$289,900. (O103) MLS 451420140

695A ADDINGTON ST E TAMWORTH $349,900. (O48) MLS 450530159

844 MELROSE RD

$169,900. (O98) MLS 405570089

86 & 88 WEST ST. NAPANEE

124 ADELPHI ST

$194,500. (O24) MLS 450920105

29 BROWN SIDE ROAD

$459,000. (O90) MLS 450810278

5997 COUNTY RD 41

$99,500. (O94) MLS 451390193

385 CHURCH ST, BATH

$239,900. (O95) MLS 451340310

$349,900. (O07) MLS 450930036

6 ACRES

FACTORY ST, ODESSA

$249,900. (O47) MLS 451280014

NEW PRICE

75 KANVERS WAY

$241,900. (O82) MLS 16607308

HERRINGTON LANE

1.39 acre building lot with excellent well Asking $69,900. (O41) MLS 450770176

ANN ST S MARLBANK

$179,000. (O38) MLS 402710044

807 HUNT RD

$205,000. (O88) MLS 450670114


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77 PALACE RD.

Extended family? Look no more! Lovely side split bungalow close to downtown and Napanee River! Complete in-law suite which could easily be converted into duplex. Upper has 3 beds, 4 p. bath, living, dining and good size kitchen. Lower has huge kitchen with eating area, master with walk-in closet, 3 p. bath, living room, laundry space, storage. Each level has its own appliances. 2014 & 2015 Upgrades and Additions: new shingles, main floor windows,main floor high grade laminate floors and attached garage with 2 ext doors. Beautiful partly treed lot with concrete patio, perennial gardens, good size shed and 5 total park spaces. Very reasonable utility costs and impeccable condition! Must see! $269,000. MLS 450920173

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7420 COUNTY RD 2 Excellent bungalow in a great location, just east of Napanee. 2 bedrooms up, 2 bedrooms down, 1 1/2 bathrooms. wood fireplace in large finished rec room. Newer shingles. double car garage, paved drive. This is a must to see! $239,900. MLS 451140397

Tammy Heath Gurr

DESIGN FOR

Your Total Real Estate Package! www.gurreathomes.com Tammy Direct:(613) 583-0616 Heath Direct: (613) 985-2414

*Sales Representatives DND RELOCATION PROFESSIONALS

JANSSEN ADRIANO* Cell: 613-530-7448 Email: jadriano@live.ca www.janssenadriano.com

$849,900

7 Centre St. #207SAT. Napanee - $169,900 OPEN HOUSE 11AM-1PM

Excellent condo in the heart of Downtown Napanee with a gorgeous view of the Napanee River. This condo is in

69 Noonan Road

20 Tett Circle Exceptional 4 bedroom, 4 bath Devil Lake home with level access sandy beach, docking, 2 boats and boat ramp. With designer kitchen, in-law suite, three-bay garage, Bunkie, beautiful landscaping and incredible views, this is indoor/outdoor living at its best. Amazing waterfront package! MLS® 362490386

appliances, large master bedroom with ensuite and walk in closet, and a second bedroom with walk in closet too! Also features an in unit laundry room.

551 Braeside Cres. Kingston - $319,900 OPEN HOUSE SUN. 2-4PM

Beautifully home with new kitchen (2014) #114 Renovated - 566 ARMSTRONG RD,with granite counter tops, New Upstairs Bath (2014), NEW KINGSTON Features LISTING3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, fully finished Basement. MLS 367490007 New $162,000. (2014) Engineered Hardwood flooring throughout, In the last 2 years, New windows and doors and New Shingles and so much more. Don’t delay Call TODAY!

DESIGN FOR LIVING GREAT KINGSTON SEMI

7 Centre St. #207 Napanee - $169,900

Excellent condo in the heart of Downtown Napanee with a gorgeous view of the Napanee River. This condo is in a secured building features a bright and spacious living/ dining area, updated kitchen and includes stainless steel appliances, large master bedroom with ensuite and walk in closet, and a second bedroom with walk in closet too! Also features an in unit laundry room.

209Clearfield CHURCH ST, NAPANEE 939 Cr., Kingston - $219,900 $229,900. 450880096 Excellent opportunityMLS for home ownership! Freshly updated home in a great location! Features Large Pie shaped Lot, 3 bedrooms, Updated full Bathroom plus 2 half baths and sauna! Fully finished basement. Call Today for your personal viewing.

GREAT KINGSTON SEMI

$272,000

$160,000

405 Devil Lake Road

Cranberry Lake Lot

This beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home sits on a private East-facing 4 acre waterfront lot with 365 ft. of and peaceful 4 acre lot that is well landscaped with frontage on Little Cranberry Lake. Shallow entry, mature trees and gardens. Recent updates include sandy shoreline, heavily treed terrain with several good new roof, windows, oil tank & well pump/tank. This building sites, roughed-in driveway and hydro at the fantastic property is just minutes from Westport, lot line. Build your dreams here and enjoy the Rideau Wolfe Lake & Upper Rideau Lake! MLS® 442600059 system! Vendor financing available. MLS® 362870276

www.gurreathomes.com

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 2-4PM

AWARD WINNING SERVICE

188 REGENT STREET, KINGSTON aNEW secured building features a bright and spacious living/ PRICE dining area, updated kitchen includes stainless steel $399,900. MLSand 360220150

Heritage 1838 farm house with oak post and beam construction located just 5 minutes from Westport. Original home has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath and the attached apartment has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, offering great in-law suite potential. Beautiful one acre landscaped lot with attached greenhouse/workshop. MLS® 441050161

OPEN HOUSE SUN. 2-4PM

NEW *Sales Representatives LISTING DND RELOCATION PROFESSIONALS

NEW JANSSEN ADRIANO* PRICE

$224,500

Cell: 613-583-2896 Email: prutter61@hotmail.com www.paulasellshomes.ca

AWARD WINNING SERVICE*

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 11AM-1PM Cell: 613-530-7448 Email: jadriano@live.ca www.janssenadriano.com

PAULA BEVENS RUTTER*

APARTMENT CONDO 939 Clearfield Cr., Kingston - $219,900 Excellent opportunity for home ownership! Freshly updated home in a great location! Features Large Pie shaped Lot, 3 bedrooms, Updated full Bathroom plus 2 half baths and sauna! Fully finished basement. Call Today for your personal viewing.

NEWLY RENOVATED

551 Braeside Cres. Kingston - $319,900

Regent Street Beautifully Renovated home with new315 kitchen (2014) with # 502, granite counter tops, New Upstairs BathKingston (2014), $198,000 Features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, fully finished Basement. This 2 bedroom condo south New (2014) Engineered Hardwood flooring of Princessthroughout, street, steps away from downtown In the last 2 years, New windows and doors and and withindelay walking distance to New Shingles and so much more. Don’t Call TODAY! all amenities and Queen`s University. Great views off the 5th floor balcony, NEWLY RENOVATED completely carpet free with 15 WILLIAM ST., NEWBURGH new andStreet ceramic 315laminate Regent $169,900. MLS 450680163 tile #flooring. Kitchen has new 502, Kingston countertop, tile backsplash, $198,000 flooring & newcondo LED light This 2 bedroom south fixture. Bathroom hassteps new of Princess street, flooring, newdowntown vanity, fixtures away and & tilefrom backsplash. New within walking distance to included. all appliances amenities and Queen`s University. Great views off the 5th floor balcony, HOME & BUSINESS completely carpet free with new laminate and ceramic tile flooring. Kitchen has new countertop, tile backsplash, flooring & new LED light 5.5has new fixture. Bathroom flooring, newACRES vanity, fixtures & tile backsplash. New appliances included.

48 JOHNSON ST., CAMDEN EAST $234,900. MLS 450750310 APARTMENT CONDO

112 BROWN ROAD, STONE MILLS $489,900. 450630263 HOME MLS & BUSINESS

315 Regent Street # 201, Kingston - $198,000 Great location! South of Princess Street, within walking distance to grocery, convenience stores, restaurants, shopping, Queen`s University, parks & downtown. Carpet free 2 bedroom condo with exposed brick hallway, large living room and dining room with newer hardwood floors. Large updated windows & new laminate floors in bedrooms. Fridge, Stove, Washer, Dryer & Dishwasher included.

8682 Highway 33, Greater Napanee, ON. - $199,900 General store plus two apartments in a trendy location on busy Loyalist Parkway. The building has been beautifully renovated; new windows, board & batten exterior, insulation, flooring, walls, ceilings and so much more. Many permanent residents in the area. Local attractions include wineries and apple orchard.

PAULA BEVENS RUTTER* Cell: 613-583-2896 Email: prutter61@hotmail.com www.paulasellshomes.ca

*

17 Frisk HOUSE Rd., Napanee - $124,900 OPEN SAT. 2-4PM

Beautiful Country Setting within city limits of 1046 ROSSLAND RD,the CENTRAL Beautiful Napanee! This home has been updated FRONTENAC with newer kitchen cupboards, flooring, windows, $84,900 . MLS 361680418 bathroom, painted, furnace and shingles. Features 2 bedrooms and 1 bath.

FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS 17 Frisk Rd., Napanee - $124,900 Beautiful Country Setting within the city limits of Beautiful Napanee! This home has been updated with newer kitchen cupboards, flooring, windows, bathroom, painted, furnace and shingles. Features 2 bedrooms and 1 bath.

FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS Long Lake Rd., Parham $139,900 1257 1037 WESTBROOK RD,–KINGSTON This is$235,000. a perfect opportunity for home ownership! Newer MLS 362650098 Windows, Shingles, Ikea Kitchen, Updated Bath and flooring upstairs. New flooring in the basement in 2014. This home features 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deck with screened area, a full partly finished basement with a walkout to a patio, on a good sized lot & paved driveway. Only 35 minutes to Kingston.

OPEN HOUSE Sat. Oct. 22 2-4pm

IMMACULATE BUNGALOW 1037 Long Lake Rd., Parham – $139,900 This is a perfect opportunity for home ownership! Newer Windows, Shingles, Ikea Kitchen, Updated Bath and flooring upstairs. New flooring in the basement in 2014. This home NEW features 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deck with screened area, a full PRICE ©Copyright Designs partly finished basement with a walkout toSelect a patio, Home on a good sized lot & paved driveway. Only 35 minutes to Kingston. 81 BRENTWOOD CRES., KINGSTON $259,900. MLS BUNGALOW 361130276 IMMACULATE

Plan No. SHS

6149 Revell Rd., Verona, ON. - $279,900

FILLED WITH

Immaculately kept 3+1 bedroom bungalow on a landscaped acre of land. Brand new custom maple kitchen, cabinets to ceiling, new countertop w/ ceramic backsplash & under cabinet lighting. Living room with hardwood floor, bay window & fireplace. Large rec room & games room for the family, 4th bedroom & additional hobby room & large 3 piece bath. Huge insulated double car garage with heating & workshop, large deck, updated windows, newer A/C unit, woodstove and fireplace, with in-law suite potential and more! Only 20 minutes to Kingston.

*Based on 2013 & 2014 Individual Gross Commission Sales Each office is independently owned & operated

315 Regent Street # 201, Kingston - $198,000 Great location! South of Princess Street, within walking distance to grocery, convenience stores, restaurants, shopping, Queen`s University, parks & downtown. Carpet free 2 bedroom condo with 26 MOSCOW RD,room STONE MILLS exposed brick hallway, large living and dining room with newer hardwood floors. Large updated windows & new laminate floors in $329,999. MLS 450700052 bedrooms. Fridge, Stove, Washer, Dryer & Dishwasher included.

8682 Highway 33, Greater Napanee, ON. - $199,900 General store plus two apartments in a trendy location on busy Loyalist Parkway. The building has been beautifully renovated; new windows, board & batten exterior, insulation, flooring, walls, 132 COUNTY RD 8, NAPANEE ceilings and so much more. Many permanent residents in the $319,900. MLS 451130145 area. Local attractions include wineries and apple orchard.

6149 Revell Rd., Verona, ON. - $279,900

Immaculately kept 3+1 bedroom bungalow on a landscaped acre of land. Brand new custom maple kitchen, cabinets to ceiling, new countertop w/ ceramic backsplash & under cabinet lighting. Living room with hardwood floor, bay window & fireplace. Large rec room & games 974 CTY RD 15,hobbySTONE MILLS room for the family, 4th bedroom & additional room & large 3 piece bath. Huge insulated double car $499,900. garage with heating & workshop, large deck, updated windows, newer A/C unit, MLS 450470221 woodstove and fireplace, with in-law suite potential and more! Only 20 minutes to Kingston.

* is on based 2013, 2014 & Commission 2015 Individual Commission *Based 2013 &on 2014 Individual Gross Sales EachGross office is independently owned Sales. & operated

FEATURE EK FE ATURE HOME OF OF THE THE WE WEEK ©Copyright Select Home Designs. All rights reserved

Plan No. SHSW2577

FILLED WITH LIGHT First Floor: 893 sq. ft. Second Floor: 342 sq. ft. Total: 1,235 sq. ft. First Floor

First Floor Plan No. SHSW2577

FILLED WITH LIGHT

This attractive home basks in natural light, with two sun decks, one greenhouse window, and ten skylights! Unwind on the front porch’sL-shaped bench and admire beautiful flowers in three sizable planters. The living room is warmed by a fireplace flanked by cozy windowseats. In mild weather, step through the adjoining dining room’s French doors and enjoy the breeze on the rear deck. In the spacious islandkitchen, you’ll find a greenhouse window above the sink—the perfect spot to grow fresh herbs. Upstairs, the

skylit master bedroom offers a vaulted ceiling, plus French doors to a private wraparound deck. Two main-floor secondary bedrooms offer cheerful boxed-out windows. First Floor: 893 sq. ft. Second Floor: 342 sq. ft. Total: 1,235 sq. ft. To see more details on this plan, visit www.selectfloorplans.ca/dfl and enter the plan number above. Use advanced search features to browse thousands of other home designs, including bungalow, twostorey, multi-level, and cottage country homes. Order blueprints online or call 1-800-663-6739 for more information on how to order and modify plans.

RELEASE DATE: PLAN NO: WIDTH: 46' - 0"

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This attractive home basks in natural light, with two sun decks, one gr Second Floor L-shaped bench and admire beautiful flowers in three sizable planters. T seats. In mild weather, step through the adjoining dining room’s French do kitchen, you’ll find a greenhouse window above the sink—the perfect spo


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Thursday, October 20, 2016 $599,900. MLS 361840234

$399,900. MLS 361840385

$299,900. MLS 451020530

$299,900. MLS 450540197

1743 COUNTY RD. 27 • Main Level Living • 2 Bedrms, 2 Full Baths • Attached Garage

150 BAYVIEW DR., NAPANEE • Brick Bungalow • 3 Season Room • Full Walkout Basement

12 OTTAWA ST., TAMWORTH • Beautiful Red Brick Home • In-Ground Pool • Located on the Salmon River

360 MAIN ST. DESERONTO • Renovated • Beautiful Decking • Income Potential

111 WEST STREET, NAPANEE • Completely Renovated • Updated Plumbing & Electrical • Detached Garage

495 BEECHWOOD RD NAPANEE • Minutes to Town • Attached Garage • 17 Acres

9 YEOMANS ST., NAPANEE • Beautiful Gardens • Updated Furnace • In-Law Suite Potential

17813 HWY. 41, CLOYNE • Bungalow • Attached Garage

1670 PINE GROVE RD. • 3+2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths • Peaceful & Private • New Propane Furnace

332 MAIN ST., DESERONTO • Open Concept • In-Law Suite • Detached Garage

7243 COUNTY RD. 9, NAPANEE • 105 Acres • Good Outbuildings • Prime Agricultural

28 ALFRED ST. NAPANEE • 3 Bedrooms • Tastefully Decorated • Move-In Ready

362 MAIN ST., DESERONTO • Retail Space • 2 One Bedrm Apartments Zoned C2

534C COUNTY RD. 15, TAMWORTH • Beautiful Views • Dock • Walkout Basement

$30,000. MLS 450300275

$85,000. MLS 450280056

0 ACKROYD RD., DENBIGH • Vacant Land •11 Acres

VACANT LAND ASHBY LAKE RD. • 35 Acres • Year Round Maintained Rd. • 5 Minutes to Lake & Trails

Sarah Sears

Kevin Haggerty

Client Care

Cell: 613-539-2120

Team Leader

Cell: 613-328-7529

Chris Jackson

Buyer Specialist Cell: 613-888-1017

www.159SecondAve.com

$224,900. MLS 450800056

$259,900. MLS 450300140

$749,900. MLS 451090079

$199,900. MLS 450910108

TEAM KEVIN www.12CedarSt.com

$229,900. MLS 451150041

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$68,900. MLS 450340196

$279,900. MLS 450930125

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$259,900. MLS 450910119

FINEST REALTY

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$269,900. MLS 450670237

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$189,900. MLS 405910120

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$199,900. MLS 451130338

$389,900. MLS 450530096

1922B SOUTH RD KASHWAKAMAK LAKE 1922A SOUTH RD KASHWAKAMAK LAKE • 4 Cabins • Great Investment • Cottage • 3 Bedrooms + Loft • Beautiful Views • Year Round Or they can be sold together for $999,800.

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I N C. - B R O K E R A G E EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

SALES REPS

www.TeamKevin.ca

www.44HaslerRd.com

www.170CamdenRd.com

OPEN HOUSE • SUNDAY 11-12:30PM OPEN HOUSE • SUNDAY 11-12:30PM

NEW LISTING NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

• 3+1 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • Updated Interior • Large Patio Backyard • Detached Single Car Garage • $189,900

• 3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • Open Concept Main Floor • On Quiet Dead End Street • $249,900

• 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bathroom • Open Concept Living Room and Kitchen • Attached Garage • $119,900

• 2+2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • New Flooring Throughout • Fully Finished Basement • Large Deck • $162,500

• 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • Large Eat In Kitchen • Good Size Yard • Steps From Downtown • $215,000

www.1383CountyRd1.com

www.90WartmanRd.com

www.32TrumbleAve.com

www.1558DoyleRd.com

www.6105McMahonSt.com

• 3 + 2 Bdrms & 2 Baths • Large Oak Kitchen • 3 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths • 2 yr old Custom • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths • New Kitchen with • 1+2 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths • Open Concept • Custom • On Almost 27 Acres • Full In Law Suite • Many Appliances • Full In-Law Suite • Large Detached Kitchen • Fully Finished Basement • Landscaped Yard Bungalow • Hardwood and Ceramic Recent Updates Throughout • $399,900 Garage and Storage Buildings • $259,900 • Detached 3 Car Garage • 50 Acres • $568,500 Throughout • On Over 4 Acres • $395,000

www.1057CrotchLakeTrl.com

• 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath • On Crotch Lake • Wrap Around Deck and Dock • $199,900

www.22GerowRd.com

www.382GingerSt.com

• 3 Bedrooms & 2 Full & 2 Half Baths • Largest • 3+1 Bedrooms & 3.5 Baths • 2400 sq ft 14 Model in the Neighbourhood • Fully Finished Year Old Bungalow • Stunning Mature Basement • Most Major Updates Done • $244,900 Landscaping • On 3 Acres • $449,900

www.3020CountyRd41.com

• 2 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • Main Floor Laundry • Large Lovely Landscaped Lot Only 20 Minutes to the City • Detached Garage/Workshop • $259,900

www.5525CountyRd9.com

• 3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths • 10 Minutes • 9.37 Acres • Over 900 Feet of North of the 401 • Many Recent Waterfront • Located Only 15 Minutes Updates • $169,900 South of Napanee • $309,900


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ROBERT STORRING Broker 613-379-2903

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BILL TAMMY McCUTCHEON WOODBURN Broker Sales Rep 613-453-4347 613-328-8038

JOANNE HOLMES Sales Rep. 613-530-6705

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JASON McDONALD Sales Rep 613-572-6131

DEBORAH DAVE BILL MALCOLM PINNELL RORABECK Broker of Record Sales Rep Sales Rep 613-392-2511 613-373-0008 613-328-7213

5 APPLIANCES INCLUDED

FAMILY HOME

1120 MARYSVILLE ROAD

123 PRINCE ST, DESERONTO

1313 CENTREVILLE ROAD

241 EAST STREET , NAPANEE Brick, 2 storey, all updated. Large garage,shop. 2 bdrms, 2 baths. $249,900. MLS 450910165

2 NEELY STREET, TAMWORTH 4-5 bdrms, 1 ½ baths. Character preserved. All updates. $229,900. MLS 450540302

LOCATED IN THE HISTORIC VILLAGE OF LONSDALE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, double car garage. Beautifully landscaped, great well. Asking $249,900, MLS 405720054

PARTIAL COMMERCIAL ZONING 3 plus 1 bdrms, on large lot, large 24’x35’ garage/workshop plus additio to garage. $224,000. MLS 405890137

3 bed, 1 bath, full unfinished basement large 2 car garage with power. Asking $199,900. MLS 450640088

68 HENRY STREET

VILLAGE HOME

PRIVATE SETTING

293 MCCUTCHEON RD

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

2 bedroom home, single floor living, in quiet neighbourhood close to golf course and school. Asking $169,900. MLS 451150078

252 THOMAS ST. DESERONTO 3 Bed, 1 Bath, double car garage. $164,900. MLS 405880141

358 PALACE ROAD Just Move in, Solid Oak Hawley Brothers Kitchen. $238,777. MLS 451160006

MOVE IN READY Well maintained 3 bdrm, 2 bath country home on 6.5 acres. Only 15 minutes to 401 $299,900. MLS 450650087

NEAR 3067 CTY RD 27 Over 20 acres, 2 Drilled wells $69,900. MLS 16606631

1760 COUNTY RD 1

3020 COUNTY ROAD 41

398 PALACE ROAD

56 VANLUVEN RD

ON NAPANEE RIVER 6 acres for $169,900. Call today. MLS 451160518

GREAT STARTER HOME 3 bedrooms, spacious living-room and dinning-room. 1.5 bathrooms. $169,900. 450790107

GREAT STARTER Or young family home. 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, gas fireplace in livingroom, fenced yard, ample parking. Only $174,900. Call today. MLS 451160013

Check-out this move in ready home. 3bdrm, 2bath just 2 minutes from the 401 on a nice country lot. $209,900. MLS 450760090

BRA ND NEW SEMIS NOW READY TO MOVE IN! Call Cathy @ 613-484-2636 to view

C H O O S E F R O M B U N G A L OW S O R 2 S T O R EY MO D E L S

Interior property layouts vary and may not be exactly as shown in pictures.

BUNGALOW MODELS include.... 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, hardwood & ceramic flooring, spacious kitchen w/island.

2 STOREY MODELS include.... 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, hdwd, ceramic mn flr, luxurious ensuite, paved drive.

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

SALES / CONSTRUCTION OFFICE 613-354-7474 CELL 416-576-4473 Mon - Thurs Builder on-site for showings

Full 7 year TARION Warranty

For Viewing Contact Cathy Conrad, Broker

613-484-2636


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EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

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

email: wmitchell@exitnapanee.ca

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

Thursday, October 20, 2016

GEORGE MITCHELL

SALES REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE: 354-4800 CELL: 541-9152

email:gmitchell@exitnapanee.ca

NEW LISTING

OPEN HOUSE SAT. OCT. 22 1-3PM

1888 MORRISON ROAD 3 BEDROOMS, 1 1/2 BATHS. (EX4327) $429,900. MLS 362790948

409 PALACE ROAD 3 + 1 BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATHS. (EX4331) $244,500. MLS 450870029

0 COUNTY ROAD 9 2 BED 1 BATH $149,900. (EX4269) MLS 451130479

23 PARKVIEW HILL 3 + 1 BEDROOMS, 1 1/2 BATHS. (EX4333) $249,900. MLS 450760154 87 BEVERLY STREET 3+1 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS. $339,900. (EX4317) MLS 450840602

8286 COUNTY ROAD 2 2+2 BEDS , 2 FULL BATHS $189,900. (EX4260) MLS 451160099

SOLD

Hostess: Elaine Taranu

7420 COUNTY RD 2 2 + 2 BEDROOMS, 1 1/2 BATHS. (EX4322) $239,900. MLS 451140397

COMMERCIAL

47 DUNDAS GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. BUILDING IS LEASED

TO A LONG TERM TENANT. LOTS OF PARKING FOR 15 CARS. CALL FOR DETAILS. $329,900.

MLS 450920087

NEW PRICE

113 BEVERLY ST. 2 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS $279,900. (EX4310) MLS 450840347

663 COUNTY RD 14 3 BED 1.5 BATH $299,900. (EX4245) MLS 450560171 LAND

398 PALACE ROAD 4 BEDS 1 1/2 BATHS $159,900. (EX4252) MLS 451160013

NEW PRICE

18 SOUTHWOOD 3+1 BED, 2 BATHS $239,900. MLS 450760160

14 ACRES - COUNTY ROAD 8 COUNTY RD 8 JUST PAST GOLF COURSE. 1000 FT OF ROAD FRONTAGE WITH 14 AC OF LAND, PRIME LAND CLOSE TO NAPANEE. IDEAL FOR DEVELOPMENT. $280,000. MLS 451130177

PROVIDES NUMROUS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. INCLUDES LARGE 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH SPACIOUS EAT-IN KITCHEN AND ENCLOSED RUSTIC PATIO AREA.

NEW PRICE

243 DUNDAS ST.

NEW PRICE

14 GREENVIEW DR., UNIT 206 2 BEDROOMS, 1 FULL BATH $169,900. (EX4308) MLS 367230014

2498 SANDS ROAD 2 BEDS, 1 BATH $149,900. (EX4196) MLS 362960584

HAY BAY WATERFRONT

1580 LAKE ROAD 2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH. $129,900. (EX4319) MLS 450620266

165 GREEN 2 BEDS 2 BATHS $112,900. (EX4258) MLS 450830075

8074 COUNTY ROAD 2 4 BED, 2 BATH $274,900 MLS# 451160121

520 HAMBLY RD 2+1 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATH REDUCED TO $409,900. MLS 451130634

SENIOR PARK - 10 BIRCH 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS $145,000. MLS 16603944

23 MEADOW LANE 3 BEDROOMS, 1 1/2 BATHS. (EX4323) $142,900. MLS 458060023

73 ANGUS DR. 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH $349,900 (EX4138) MLS 450840148

NEW PRICE

4311 COUNTY RD 9 3 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS $459,900 (EX4182) MLS 451030032

NEW PRICE

258 ADDINGTON 3 BEDROOMS, 1 FULL BATH $189,000. MLS 450420153

NEW PRICE

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Businesses come together at annual ‘Showcase’ BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

Networking opportunities abounded in the Strathcona Paper Centre Lafarge Banquet Hall on Thursday during the Napanee and District Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Business Showcase. Several business owners had booths set up in the hall and were ready to talk and listen to their colleagues in an effort to share best business practices. “The main purpose is a business to business function, with an overlap in moving to consumers to get to know the businesses in the community,” said Art Dolan, Napanee and District Chamber of Commerce President. “They know a lot of them but not necessarily all of them.” The event was free of charge and allowed visitors to peruse the hall and get a feel of the many different businesses that are available in Napanee and the surrounding area. “Last year we did it for the first year and a number of people who were exhibitors found it very worthwhile because they met people on a different level and were able to find business in that,” said Dolan. “That’s the whole objective is ultimately to find business.”

The benefit wasn’t just for business owners, but in job seekers as well. Career Edge, an organization that helps connect job seekers with employers, was also on hand. They work with local businesses to help fill a need for a particular skill set. Gathering a handful of businesses into one room was a great opportunity for job seekers to get a feel for the local job market. “I’m quite excited about this community and the progress and the general direction it’s moving to,” noted Doland, who says Napanee has experienced considerable growth over the last decade. “It’s one of those few communities in North America that has wifi throughout and that’s the future. Napanee seen that and stepped forward with that. I think the town is moving in the right direction and we service a broad spectrum.” Dolan says the success of this year’s event will mean it will be back for a third year. Next time around, however, he’s hoping to reach out to the agricultural and trades industry which is abundant in Napanee. He hopes to have those sectors better represented at their future showcases. “We may developing some other shows that may particularly suit that category,” Dolan said of agriculture and trades.

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J.P Cormier next up for Napanee Starstop series around North America and carved out his own niche in the Canadian music scene as an accomplished solo performer. “I started out in this business as a side man in bluegrass music in the U.S., and now I’m a solo act,” he said. “So, do the math. (My music has) gone through every kind of incarnation you can possibly imagine in the past 40 years. It’s getting close to 35 years that I’ve been on the road. It never stops evolving.” Although he embarked on his life in music on the guitar, Cormier has branched out to include banjo, fiddle and a number

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of other instruments. In fact, he’s won championships playing fiddle, guitar and banjo over the years. Cormier points to a number of musical influences that have guided him along the way, from Django Reinhardt to Pete Seager to Gordon Lightfoot. “I’m not really a one-trick pony,” he said in a telephone interview earlier this week. “I’d never stop and do one thing. My shows have a lot of variety, it’s all over the place. Each one of those directions comes from one of those inspirations.” When asked whether

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Sr. Hawks take down Sydenham NDSS football teams sport 2-2 records BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

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Napanee’s Sean Robertson (left) and Picton’s Braydon Forestell go hard in the corner after a loose puck.

Pirates spoil Raiders’ perfect record Port Hope Panthers emerge as last unbeaten team BY ADAM PRUDHOMME Staff Reporter

ny hope of the Napanee Raiders besting the franchise best mark of 37-3 they set in 2008-09 was dealt a huge blow this weekend as they suffered a 5-2 loss at home against Picton followed by a 3-2 road loss in Port Hope. Granted, the Raiders had a long way to go to match that mark, as they came into Friday’s game having won their first seven games but now sit at 7-2. After they saw their own seven game win streak snapped on Friday the Raiders had a chance to end Port Hope’s seven gamer. Justynn Steven got the Raiders off on the right track, scoring a power-play goal at the 9:38 mark of the first with help from Matthew Scott and Austin Boulard. The Panthers roared back with two late in the period with Dalton Lawrence striking on the power-play and Andrew Gurr adding one late in the first. Nic Case tied it up early in the second and the game

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remained 2-2 until Cameron McGill potted the eventual game winner at the 15:41 mark of the second. Despite outshooting the Panthers 75 in the third period, Napanee couldn’t muster the game tying goal to at least force overtime. Sheldon Calbury took the win, stopping 22 Raider shots. Matt Loveys turned away 32 Panther chances in the tough luck loss. Though little consolation in the standings, to date the Raiders have come the closest to handing the now 9-0 Panthers their first loss of the season. The twotime reigning league champions have won all of their others games by at least two goals and sport an overall goal differential of plus-40 (58 for, 18 against). On Friday the Raiders weren’t quite as crisp in their 5-2 home loss to the Pirates. The two sides traded goals early in the game, with Picton’s TJ Patterson and Jacob Murphy each had a first period goal, sandwiched around one from Napanee’s Devon King. Scott knotted the game at 2-2 with an early powerplay goal in the second but was quickly countered by

Picton’s Riley Reynolds and Will Harrison, each scoring less than five minutes later. Patterson iced the win with an early power-play goal in the third while the Raiders’ offense was shutout over the final 39 minutes of the game. Aaron Young picked up the win, stopping 26 shots. Loveys took the loss, allowing all five goals on 14 shots. He was replaced early in the third period by Kyle Martelle, who turned away the final nine shots of the game. Napanee will look to snap their mini two game slide this evening when they travel to Picton. Tomorrow night they will welcome the Panthers for their first trip to the SPC this season. Despite their back-toback losses, the Raiders are still second in the league with their 14 points. They trail Port Hope, which has 18. The rest of the league is still working towards the .500 mark with third place Picton at 3-4-1 (seven points), Gananoque at 3-5-1 (seven points), Amherstview at 3-6 (six points) and Campbellford still winless at 0-8.

NDSS Golden Hawks senior boys quarterback Curtis Lambert aired out a pass to Gabe Charlebois who in an attempt to make an overthe-shoulder catch inadvertently deflected it right into the arms of teammates Brock Vale, who ran it in for a touchdown. That play came during Thursday’s home game against the Sydenham Golden Eagles, pushing the score to 18-0 in an eventual 29-7 NDSS victory. That fortunate bounce is a perfect example for how things have gone for the senior Hawks recently, who after stumbling to an 0-2 record out of the gate are now 2-2 on the year. “I think that it comes down to the hard work,” senior boys coach Corey Bowen said of getting the breaks in their favour after nothing went their way in their first two games. “We preach to the guys that the play’s not over until it’s whistled down. For Brock to get to where the ball is, sometimes the ball bounces your way, sometimes it doesn’t. Today it went our way which is great.” That’s not to say the win was a fluke by any stretch, as the Hawks played a fundamentally sound game. As they say, luck tends to favour the prepared. Lambert opened the scoring with a quarterback sneak on the one yard line, plowing through the Golden Eagles’ defense for a touchdown. Later that same quarter he found Josh Parker in the end zone for a 13-0 advantage heading into the half. NDSS put the game away with the deflected pass to Vale, which seemed to take the wind out of Sydenham’s sails. The visitors would manage their only touchdown in the fourth quarter, but it was offset by one from Charlebois to close out the game. For the Hawks it’s been a complete night and day

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(Top) NDSS’ Alex Chandu-Lall gets low to make a big hit on a Sydenham running back; (bottom) Justin Crosby attempts a stiff arm block as a Sydenham defender goes in for a tackle.

difference for their offense, as they were held scoreless in two road losses but put up 56 combined points in their back-to-back victories. “We keep letting them know that this system we put in is going to work if you trust it and they’ve got to get behind that 100 per cent,” said Bowen. “That’s what they’ve done and that’s the reason our offense is finally starting to click and we’ve been able to put

points on the board. Saying that, it wouldn’t happen if not for our defense. We had one little lapse in judgement and it ending up costing us.” NDSS will look to remain undefeated in their house this week as they play their final home game of the regular season this afternoon against the 1-3 Bayridge Blazers.

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HAWKS | Penalties costly for Jr. Hawks CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19 “You’re probably expecting to win but you still have to go out and play the 60 minutes of football. If you don’t, they’re a team that’s not just coming here for a sightseeing trip. They’re coming here to play football. I’ve scouted their team, they’ve definitely got some good players, they can execute their plays and put us on our back heels. We’ve got to be ready for this week. Knowing it’s our last home game and to get three wins at home, I don’t know if the

school’s ever done that.” Kickoff for that game is 3:30 p.m. In the junior game, the Hawks struggled to mount much offense against a tough Sydenham team, losing 21-6. Colby Webb had the lone touchdown for the home team, catching a pass from quarterback Brayden Aldridge. NDSS was its own worst enemy at times, drawing penalties at inopportune times with undisciplined play. “We knew it was going to be a tough game, Syden-

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ham was coming in undefeated and in sole possession of first place,” said Hawks coach BJ. Hubble. “We knew our gameplan coming in and the guys really executed well on both sides of the ball. We played a strong game and I think we may have turned some heads keeping it within a touchdown right up until the end. We had some untimely penalties which negated some very large gains at various points in the game. It’s different if you can still score after a big penalty like that, but these ones came back to bite us a few times.” Defensively, the Hawks were able to hold the Golden Eagles to their fewest points of any of their four games. “Sydenham’s running back was putting up big numbers coming into this game, and we were able to stymie his production which is a huge pat on the back for our defense,” said Hubble. “Our offensive players were on the ball in this one coming off the field and sharing what they were seeing. We were able to use that information to attack specific areas and put up some great ball movement drives. Both running backs, Cal DuChene and Matt Ruttan, had a Adam Prudhomme-Staff big day. In the end, it really NDSS’ Kyle Campbell attempts to poke the ball over the net and a leaping came down to the penalties, Ernestown defender during Thursday’s game. but we have to put that behind us and prepare for our next opponent.” That next opponent will be the Blazers this afternoon in Bayridge. Game off spot this week after NDSS girls finished the regBeaver Sports time is 3:30 p.m. NDSS splitting their two matches. ular season with a 4-2-3 comes into the game at 2-2 NDSS’ junior boys volleyAt home on Thursday record, which was good while Bayridge is 0-4. ball team moved into a play- they jumped out to an early enough to clinch home field lead and never looked back for this afternoon's KASin a three set sweep of the SAA quarter-finals match Ernestown Eagles. On Tues- against Sydenham. Game day they were bested in four time for the must-win match is 3:30 p.m. Winner sets by Sydenham. NDSS is now 2-2 on the advances to Monday’s semiBES season, which is good for finals at the Invista Centre. BEST For NEW or GUARA T Y NTEE T In their second final seventh in the KASSAA I L A GOOD USED Appliances QU standings, two points better game of the season Gracie Smitty has been keeping customers than both Marie-Rivier and Hearns had the lone goal in happy for 25 years in the appliance BES business. This proves Smitty has the Bayridge. The top eight a 1-1 tie against the undeT S BE BEST PRICE, SELECTION, SELEC T feated Bayridge Blazers. advance to the playoffs. E T C GUARANTEE, QUALITY & SERVICE I O I N PR plus same day delivery, seven days a week. In basketball both The senior team was swept in Sydenham and Hawks teams were bested Smitty plans to be around for another 25 BEST years. Now he has in-house financing at still winless on the year, by Sydenham. The junior NO INTEREST. These are just a few of the SERVI team is now 1-5 on the year falling to 0-6. many reasons to visit SMITTY’S for your CE new or used appliance purchase. In field hockey the while the seniors are 0-5.

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SPECIAL NOTICES

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

napaneekarate.org BRIAN LOWRY kicks@kos.net

COMING EVENTS

FIREARMS AND Hunter Education Courses. Wild Turkey licence examinations. Call Bill, 613-335-2786.

PERSONALS

DON’T FORGET ME! This mid years gent with lots of interests and hobbies is seeking a fuller figured lady. Hope to hear from you soon. Contact me at Advertiser Box 168, c/o 72 Dundas Street East, Napanee, Ontario K7R 1H9.

LOST

LOST ONE YEAR AGO $1,000 CASH REWARD! African Gray Parrot named Buddy. Flew from outdoor cage in Deseronto. Body is all gray, red tail, white around eyes. Deeply missed every day. Please call 613-3962424 day or night.

CARDS OF THANKS

Thanks to my family, relatives and friends who celebrated my 80th birthday with me. Thank you for the cards, flowers and gifts that I received. Thanks to those who decorated and prepared the lovely reception. It was a wonderful day. Mary Doughty.

CARDS OF THANKS

The family of the late Harold 'Mac' McGinness wish to express their deep appreciation to those who have offered such kindness, support and messages of sympathy and comfort in our bereavement. Words cannot fully express our gratitude, but we especially wish to thank: to the entire health care team at Kingston General Hospital Cancer Clinic Team, specifically Dr. Khaled Zaza, MD., FRCPC, and the Radiation team for your patience and understanding manner with Harold's treatments; to Community Care Access Centre, Napanee, Care Partners, Hospice Lennox and Addington, St. Elizabeth Health Care, and CBI Home Health Kingston, specifically Kim Green, nurses Kendra, Aiden and Jim for all your guidance and ensuring that Harold could be at home with his family; to Dr. Craig A. Mitchell, and Renata Holden, RN, Napanee for your everlasting and continued support to Harold and to our family; to Lindsey and Brenda Hannah, Steven Hannah, Maureen and Patrick Way of Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee for your professionalism and thoughtfulness provided to our family; to Rev. Richard Hetke of St. Mary Magdalene Church, Napanee for your kind words and spiritual support to us; to Harold's nephews: Jeff Smith, Mark Miller, and Justin Strayhorn, thank you for honouring your Uncle Harold as pallbearers along with Harold's 3 grandchildren to carry him to his final place of rest; to all who came to our homes, the funeral home, sent flowers, made donations, called or sent condolences - thank you, knowing that so many people care about Harold and our entire family, provides us much reassurance and support now, and in the days to come; and to our entire family and extended families for your ongoing support, comfort and just being there during this difficult time for our family. These many acts of kindness and sympathy shown by all continue to be of great solace to us in our time of sorrow. With deepest appreciation and thanks, The McGinness Families "The clock of life is wound but once, so live, love and laugh to the fullest, for no one knows when the clock will be still."

MEMORIAMS

CHAMBERS - In loving memory of our wonderful parents and grandparents, Madge, who left us October 21, 2008 and George, February 7, 1999. Loving and kind in all their ways, Upright and just to the end of their days; Sincere and true in their heart and mind, Beautiful memories they left behind. Always missed by Gina and Tim and family. CHAMBERS - In memory of loving parents, grandparents and greatgrandparents, Madge (October 21, 2008) and George (February 7,1999). Our hearts are like a memory book It’s pages crystal clear, Holding all the loving thoughts of you, Recorded year after year. A book of golden yesterdays, Bound with love and care, A rare edition, parents dear, Because you’re treasured there. Still missed, loved and always remembered, Love Brenda and family.

MEMORIAMS

BERRY - Kimberly Ann (nee VanDusen), October 21, 2009. “God’s Lent Child” I’ll lend you for a little while A child of Mine, God said. For you to love and nurture While she lives with you. It may be one or two years Or thirty eight or nine, But will you till I call her back Take care of her for Me? She’ll bring her charms to gladden you And should her stay be brief, You’ll have her lovely memories As a solace for your grief. I’ve looked the whole world over In search for teachers true And from the things that crowd life’s lane I have chosen you. Will you give her all your love? Nor think the labour vain? Nor hate me when I come to take This lent child back again? I fancied that I heard them say “Dear Lord, Thy will be done”, For joys the child will bring The risk of grief we’ll run. We will shelter her with tenderness, We’ll love her while we may, And for the happiness we’ve known Forever grateful stay. But should the angels call for her Much sooner then we’ve planned, We’ll brave the grief that comes And try to understand. We speak of you every day Kim, sometimes with tears and others with a smile. Lovingly remembered, Mom, Des and Craig.

KIMBERLY ANN BERRY (NEE VANDUSEN)

In loving memory of our “Mom” who has been in Heaven since October 21, 2009.

Beyond our smiles there lives a tear For the Mom we lost and loved so dear God whispered in her ear Believe in Me and have no fear Come with Me and take my hand I will take you to another land A place of peace, a place of light Don’t be afraid, just hold on tight Your days on earth are done but don’t be sad Remember all the good times you had Loved ones will join you, don’t despair You have many in Heaven waiting there. Leave your body, your soul is free That’s why you get to fly with Me.

Our hearts hold you dearly ‘Mom’ as we love and miss you every day, Alyssa and Jordan.

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OSTER - David Jr. Promoted to Glory, October 17, 2006. When the autumn comes And leaves begin to fall, My heart grows sadly heavy And I miss you most of all. Ten seems a lonely number, Quickly fly the years. As summer passes and fall presses Come memories and tears. To us who remember you are very dear, We can close our eyes and draw you near, We can still see your face, your wonderful smile, On Memory Lane we can visit awhile. God blessed us with you, He called you away. We’ll be together in Heaven Some wonderful day. Love you forever, (I ‘member Davey). Mom.

DEATHS

BERGEVIN, Francois

Passed away suddenly, at home on Monday, October 17, 2016 after a hard-fought battle post double lung transplant. François Yves Bergevin of Bath, at age 58. Beloved husband of Wendy Balsillie. Cousin to Jacques Blanchette (Annette) and nephew of Louise Blanchette (Jacques) of Montreal. Son-in-law of Barbara and Ian Balsillie of Picton. Brother-in-law of Doug (Leslie), Peter (Barbara), Murray, Sheila McIlmoyle (Dave). Cousin to Christian and Patrice Simon of Montreal, brother of Jean Bergevin of B.C. and dear friend to Nancy and Colton Neufeld. Mon Oncle to Megan, Amelia, Maureen, Janelle, Desirae, and Billy. François loved to create furniture in his woodworking shop as much as he loved his dogs Oreo and Islay. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre would be appreciated by the family. In the care of Hannah Funeral Home in Napanee (613-354-3341). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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Passed away peacefully, at the Kingston General Hospital on Sunday, October 16, 2016. George Lindsay Greenley of Erinsville, at age 78. Beloved husband of the late Sheila Greenley and dear father of Terri of Erinsville and William (Kim) and Sharon (Jeff) of Tamworth. Grandfather of Lesley, Aimee, Tiffany, Helena, Shelly, April, Malcolm, Brittany, Stacey and Raven. Great-grandfather of Cruze, Kahlyn, Duke, Darla and Jackson. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations (by cheque please) made to the Cancer Society or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. In the care of Hannah Funeral Home, in Tamworth (613-3792997). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

HELP WANTED FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR 14265 Hwy 41 Cloyne, ON

$12-16 / hour Start Date: As soon as possible 65-80 hours / bi-weekly Permanent, Full-time, On call, Early morning, Morning, Day, Evening, Weekend, Night SKILLS REQUIRED:

GILBERT, Effie Pauline (nee Moore)

With sadness we announce the death of Effie Gilbert (nee Moore) at The John M Parrott Centre on September 27, 2016, in her 96th year. Beloved wife of the late Stewart Wm. Gilbert. Predeceased by her parents Clarence Moore and Bessie Moore, her sister Zella Moore and brother Bill Moore. Remembered for her love, generosity, sense of humor and quick wit by sisters-in-law Marilyn Moore, Victoria, BC; Evelyn Gilbert, Belleville, ON and her nieces and nephews, East Coast to West Coast and Taiwan. The family is deeply grateful to caregivers at The John M Parrott Centre and her long time friends Thorpe Holden and Gladys Lee for their kind and loving care. The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home "Napanee Chapel" (448 Camden Rd, Napanee, ON, K7R 1G1), on Friday October 21, 2016 from 10:30am-11:30am with service to follow in the Chapel at 11:30am. Interment Riverview Cemetery. Donations by cheque or credit card may be made to the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be shared at www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com Two locations to serve you.

McCUMBER, Junior George

Peacefully, following a brief battle with leukemia on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Kingston General Hospital with his loving family by his side. His loss is deeply felt by his loving wife Joan (nee McQuaig), his daughters Joanne Kinnear, Janet McCumber (Johnny Kennedy) and Judy deHaan (Jeff), step-son Randy McQuaig (Cathy) and grandchildren Sharon (Dan), Randall (Kristy), Dustan, Jacob (Alisha), Jade, Lane and Abby. Great-grandfather of Joslyn, Jordan, Danika, Hailey, Tate, Jace, Sloan, Cadence, Aiden and Maddox. Dear brother of Vera Haggerty (late Elwood), Barbara York (Jim), Marion McCumber, Jack McCumber (Pat), Dale McCumber (Wanda), Gayle McCumber and Marilyn McCumber (Dave Tolls). Also remembered by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents George and Hazel, brother Glen and sister Marie Normile. The family received friends at the Hannah Funeral Home, in Tamworth (613-379-2997) on Sunday, October 16th from 7pm-9pm. Service was in the Chapel on Monday, October 17th at 11am. Interment Reidville Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Centreville United Church or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

VIENNEAU, Alice

Peacefully, at home in Trenton, on Thursday, October 13, 2016. Alice Dorothy Vienneau (nee VanDusen) formerly of Oshawa, at age 85. Beloved wife of Randolph Vienneau and dear mother of Laurie Rodgers (Raymond) of Trenton, Mark VanDusen of Marlbank, Jeff Vienneau (Lee) of Shannonville and Rhonda Wright (Dave Whitmore) of Trenton. Grandmother of Casandra Mitchell (Clyde) of Trenton, Gina Edwards (Paul) of Trenton, Jody Rupert (Shawn) of Shannonville, Jason Wright of Belleville and Alicia Wright of Trenton. Beloved great-grandmother of 8. Sister of Joe VanDusen of Tamworth and the late Lois, Roy and Don. Graveside interment service at the Tamworth Cemetery on Wednesday, October 19th at 11am. Memorial donations (by cheque please) may be made to a charity of your choice. In the care of Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth (613379-2997). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

Rest in Peace

Apply by email to: gogagill@gmail.com

FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR 10201 Hwy 41 Kaladar, ON

$12-16 / hour Start Date: As soon as possible 65-80 hours / bi-weekly Permanent, Full-time, On call, Overtime, Early morning, Morning, Day, Evening, Weekend, Night SKILLS REQUIRED:

Education: - College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma from a program of 3 months to less than 1 year Experience: - 1 to less than 7 months Languages: - English - Punjabi Apply by email to: gogagill@gmail.com

RETAIL STORE SUPERVISOR 10201 Hwy 41 Kaladar, ON

$12-16 / hour Start Date: As soon as possible 65-80 hours / bi-weekly Permanent, Full-time, On call, Early morning, Morning, Evening, Weekend, Night Education: - College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma from a program of 3 months to less than 1 year Experience: - 1 year to less than 2 years Languages: - English - Panjabi, Punjabi Additional Job Requirements: - Hindi

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

Rest in Peace

Education: - Secondary (high) school graduation certificate Experience: - 1 to less than 7 months Languages: - English

SKILLS REQUIRED:

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

Apply by email to: gogagill@gmail.com

SIMPLE AND ALWAYS AFFORDABLE CREMATION

$1815.00 plus HST Napanee, Kingston and Surrounding Areas No hidden or extra fees.

Wartman Funeral Home Inc. GREENLEY, Lindsay “Slim”

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Four generations of service since 1926.

NAPANEE KINGSTON 448 Camden Rd. 980 Collins Bay Rd. 613-354-3722 613-634-3722 www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com Cremation transfer package includes consultation, documentation, CPP kit, local transfer (≤50 kms), sheltering, standard cremation, casket, urn, coroner fee and cremation fee. We are a full fledged cremation and burial service provider and the above is just one of our many service options. Choose us and you will not be limited in your choices. Many payment options available.

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AUCTIONS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2016

AT 9:30 A.m. SNIDER’S 38TH ANNUAL FALL AUCTION 12 miles West of Kingston, Odessa Fairgrounds (Exhibit Hall), From 401 (Exit 599) Cty. Rd. #6 South Through Lights Sale on Left CONSIGNED - Concord Buggy; Meadowbrook Cart Etc. Shafts, Poles; Barn Finds (Last Week); Single Clear Vision Gas Pump (as found); 20 Cockshutt Tractor (with Hydraulics); Horse Drawn McCormick Corn Binder; Frost & Wood Mower with Original Seat; M.H. Seed Drill, I.H. Seed Drill; Other Farm Related Items; Cast Iron Seats (Named/Plain); Hay Trolleys; Quantity Antique Wrenches; Several Metal Signs; Some Oil Memorabilia; Large Bell; Quantity of Primitives; Antiques; Collectibles of All Types. This is Only a Partial Listing of a Large Sale. You Never Know What Will Be Here. Taking Items to Friday Noon. Watch Web Site for updates/pictures. www.daveasniderauctionservice.ca TERmS OF SALE: Cash/Interac/Cheques (with proper I.D.) NO BUYERS PREmIUm DAVE A. SNIDER AUCTION SERVICE 613-386-3039 or Brad Snider 613-328-8575

STORAGE UNIT YARD SALE Unit B14, Big C Storage, Advance Avenue, Napanee Saturday, October 29th 10am-3pm Antiques, large dining room suite, variety of articles, too numerous to mention.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH

AT 5:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Admiral fridge, 16 cu. ft. chest freezer, antique hoosier with enamel top counter & flour bin, pine kitchen table, walnut china hutch & matching table, chesterfield, lazy boy recliner, glider rocker, oak coffee and end tables, Knechtel coffee table, antique side by side secretary ( as found), TV stand, JVC 48” TV, Queen size bed with Kingcoil mattress & matching chest of drawers, 2 night tables & dresser/mirror, nesting tables, 2 short wave radios, bar stools, plant tables, corner cabinet, magazine racks, Raymond treadle sewing machine, driftwood end table, telephone table, stacking end tables, walnut smoker, organ stools, mantle clock, large qty. of smalls including Royal Albert “Tranquility” pattern dishes 12 dinner plates, 12 b&b, 12 side plates & 12 cereal bowls, old handmade quilts, costume jewelry, antique spice box, old tin toys, wooden pull toys, cups & saucers, old games, pinwheel crystal, Homelite electric chain saw, Craftsman weedeater, chest of flatware, set of stoneware dishes, carnival glass, shadow boxes, new implement jack, FireKing pieces, milk cans, black Americana salt & pepper, railroad lamp, washboards, table & floor lamps, area rugs, bossons, old crocks, oil lamps, small boat propeller, tins, wooden crates, Fiesta barbeque, lawn furniture, step ladder, cast iron pieces, shop & garden tools & numerous other pieces. Welcome back to this interesting offering as we begin our sales series again. See my web site for detailed list & photos. DOUG JARRELL AUCTIONS 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

BOATS & MOTORS

NAPANEE ROTARY CLUB CASH CALENDAR WINNERS

October 10 October 11 October 12 October 13 October 14 October 15 October 17 October 18 October 19 October 20 October 21 October 22

Monica Litkey Stephanie Oliver Chuck Meeks Sharon Chevalier Richard Kizell Gabriele Whan Michael Coady Cindy Mills David Pottie Mabel Burns Mark Nelligan Elizabeth Thomas

$250. $25. $25. $50. $25. $25. $25. $25. $50. $25. $25. $25.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29TH

AT 9:30 A.M. AUCTION SALE DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Murana 375 CC 28 inch snowblower with electric start, Evinrude 25 H.P. outboard motor, garden dump trailer, lawn aerator, Buffalo floor model drill press, Trademaster 15 inch planer, Craftsman 12 inch band saw, scroll saw, wood lathe, Mastercraft table top drill press, Craftsman router, Craftsman table saw, a large number of hand power tools, qty. of shop hardware, radial arm saw, table saw, Power G 1200 watt portable generator, 24 ft. aluminum extension ladder, step ladders, nylon rope, stainless steel tub (used for maple syrup), wheel barrow, large qty. of garden tools 7 numerous other smalls. Approximately 60 boxes of clock parts & accessories including frames, mechanisms, faces, glass covers etc., ideal for the clock building enthusiasts ( sells as one large lot). 2 western horse show saddles, one western saddle, saddle pads. This is a large sale with a wide variety of smalls. Photos will soon be available. See my web site for detailed list & photos. DOUG JARRELL AUCTIONS 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

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

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 2016 - 1:00 P.M.

ANTIQUE, MODERN & COLLECTABLE AUCTION SALE AT NAPANEE LIONS HALL APPROXIMATE ORDER OF SALE - 1 P.M. SMALLS; 4 P.M. COINS; FURNITURE APPROX. 5:30 P.M. FEATURING: A 1500 wt generator; chain saw & compressor (as new); chop saw; 2 sawalls; Official Rain Barrel; outdoor child’s bench & garden bench; bow & arrow target; gun cabinet with security cable; mostly silver U.S. & Can. Currency & sets; other silver collectable coins; good selection of glass, china & linens; wooden decoys; military items, swords & badges; postcards; vintage watches; fishing reels; handmade quilts; oil lamps; refinished wooden boxes & mirrored window; collection of 19 pocket watches; rare 1960 Japans Lucky toys; large brass propeller; Gibbard solid cherry single bed; phone table & 4 cane back chairs; large pine harvest table with 4 chairs, buffet hutch & corner cupboard (showroom condition); high bar type dining table with 6 chairs; kitchen table with 4 chairs; double & single bedroom suites; several small tables; small glass door cupboard with shelves; pine country 2 seater couch; metal bunk beds; fridge; stove with convection oven; 47" L.C.D. TV; upright freezer (as new) NO BUYERS PREMIUM - VIEWING 12 noon Terms: Cash, Interac, Visa, MasterCard only. Canteen Available For pictures, please go to www.lambertauctions.ca NEIL LAMBERT, AUCTIONEER Napanee 613-354-3406 e-mail Sally1@KOS.net

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28TH

Consignment Sale Viewing 5:00pm Sale 6:30pm At Koopmans Auction Centre located at 662 County Rd. 12 Picton, 3.5km south west of Bloomfield Ont. Antique stereo card holder and cards, oak library table, Antique pine drop leaf table and Antique English writing desk, Antique dresser with side mirror, oak Queen bedroom set with 6 drawer tall boy 5 drawer dresser and 2 door night stand, Queen mattress / box spring, Antique dresser with oval mirror, Antique washstand, Antique chest with copper inlay, Brass dbl bed, oak round pedestal table /4 oak press back chairs, Free Spirit treadmill, Viking upright freezer, Antique kitchen cupboard-The Chatham needs repair, Antique pine book shelf, 4 drawer file cabinet, pine gun cabinet locking glass doors, Bicycles from Police, jewellery, wool area rug, Quantity of hand tools still in original boxes, 12 ft. step ladder, Antique hand tools, 2-Danby stand alone air conditioners, Lincoln ac 225 arc welder like new, General XP 8000E gas powered generator with electric start, quantity of Stamps, bakkers rack, many more items to come. See website www.koopmansauctionservices.com Always accepting good clean consignment for upcoming sales. We do onsite sales or purchase estates. Canteen Available. Terms: Cash and Debit For your entire auction needs, call Auctioneer: Gerald Koopmans 613-393-1732

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2016

AT 10:00 Am AUCTION SALE FOR RV FARmS Held on site at Civic #7243 Cty. Rd. 9 (Hay Bay North Shore Rd.). From Hwy. 401, take Exit #579 at Napanee, travel South approx. 7 kms to Cty. R. 9. Turn West and travel approx. 1.5 kms. Watch for signs! TRACTOR, FARm mACHINERY, ATV, LG. QTY. OF ITEmS RELATED TO THE VEGETABLE BUSINESS INCL. IRRIGATION EQUIP. & mUCH mORE! KOBOTA M7404WD tractor with M20 front end loader, cab & only 3700 hrs, JD Gator 6x4 with dump box, JD LA 145 48in. cut riding mower, 8ftx12ft utility trailer (like new), JD 7000 6 row corn planter with dry fert. (30in. rows), JD 7000 corn planter with wet and dry fert. (36in. rows), 3pth. 114ft. cultivator, 6ft. bush hog rotary cutter, tandem fert. buggy (approx. 6 ton cap.), White 14ft. hyd. disc, 500 gal. Hardy crop sprayer with 40ft. hyd. boom (high narrow wheels), Turnco 16ft. sprocket packer, flat-top wagon, vegetable vendor’s covered wagon (nice), 2 row wet/dry vegetable transplanter, Cockshut vegetable transplanter, in-row 3pth. cultivator, IH #36 3 furrow 3pth. plow, QA bale spear, set of QA pallet forks, 3 pth Ferguson hay rake, International stationary power plant, 40 ton gas-powered horiz. or vert. wood splitter, 2003 GM 3/4 ton reg. cab truck (sold as is), 1998 GM 1500 reg. cab 4 WD truck (sold as is), approx. 6000 feet of 2in. & 3in. alum. irrigation pipe on wagon, 6in. pto. driven irrigation pump, approx 100 water guns, 3in. upright water cannon, water wagon, fert. pump, several fruit and vegetable bins, 2 corn bangers, JD garden trailer, Landa pressure washer / kerosene heater / generator with 8HP Honda engine runs well (pressure washer portion needs new piston), 3 10ft. galvanized farm gates, 2 seater horsedrawn buggy, 12ft.x12ft. steel-framed building structure, Honda 3500 generator, Husqvarna roto tiller (like new), 2 2in. gas pwr. trash pumps, 4 2in. elec. pumps, assort. lumber, qty of shovels, rakes, forks and other garden and stable tools, 500gal. fuel tank, 10 plastic fold-up market tables, old store scales, elec. welder, O/A torches, table saw, tile cutter, traps, alum. ladders, qty of hand and power tools, qty. of strawberry, sweet corn, pumpkin and other vegetable signage, 18 cases of berry-grower’s t-shirt bags (1000 bags/case), qty. of fruit and veg baskets, 650 sap buckets, approx. 2000 sap spiles, some household effects, many other articles too numerous to mention! Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident Terms: Cash or good cheque with proper I.D. Props: RV Farms Reason for Auction: Farm for sale - proprietors relocating Auctioneers and Sale managers Tom Harrison Auctioneering Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd. Amherstview, ON Ingleside, ON 613-813-2044 613-537-8862 www.theauctionfever.com


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COMMUNITY FARM CALENDAR November 4 at 7am to November 13 at 11am-17 - Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, 45 Manitoba Dr., Toronto. This Trade Show event is the largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian competition in the world has been an autumn tradition in Toronto for over 90 years.

November 23 –24 - 6th Annual Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference, March Church, Towne Place Suites, Belleville. “At this year’s conference, we will be gathering over 200 local food producers, processors, consumers, rural economic development officers, NGOs and others who directly impact local food. The conference theme is MISSION: Resilience. We will be exploring the impact of climate change on the local food system, and the opportunities and the challenges it creates,” explains Conference Co-chair Jennifer Rushlow, Tourism Coordinator for the City of Quinte West. “With fast paced innovations in the local food sector, this conference will allow attendees to stay ahead of the game, allowing them to bring innovative and inspiring ideas and products to life,” said Karen Poste, Manager of Economic and Strategic Initiatives for the City of Belleville, Conference Co-Host. For more information please visit www.eastontlocalfood.com

SAWDUST FOR SALE

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613.779.8588

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613-396-3596

• Pumpkins • Squash • Gourds • Cauliflower • Hot & Sweet Peppers • Cabbage • Broccoli • Summer Savoury • Citron • Red & White Potatoes • Fruit Business Hours: Mon - Sat 8:30am-7:00pm Sun - 10:30am-5:00pm

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BRIDGE WEST ANIMAL HOSPITAL DR. JULIE AMEY 311 Bridge Street West, Napanee 613-409-PETS (7387) Your Pets...... Our Privilege

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37 Johnson Sideroad Napanee, K7R 3L1

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TREE SERVICE

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Fully Insured Trimming & Tree Removal Free Estimates Dry Hardwood For Sale CECIL & Mary ann PrIngLE NAPANEE

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Minor Hockey Report

Sizzling start for midget Stars Beaver Sports

he Napanee Cab Midget Stars got their season off on the right foot with three wins in four days. After defeating the Bancroft Jets 4-2 on Thursday and the Lakefield Chiefs 3-1 on Saturday, the Stars travelled to Douro to top the Dukes 4-0 on Sunday. In the team’s season opener, the Stars needed to come from behind to beat the Jets, scoring all four of their goals in the second period before shutting down Bancroft the rest of the way. Liam Wilkinson, Keegan Makpah, Dawson Closs and Mike Lloyd all scored for the Stars. Connor Milroy

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40. One of Thor’s names 41. Public relations 42. Chitchat 48. Metal alloys made of copper and zinc 50. Explain 51. Canned fish 52. Of the nervous system 53. Surrounded by 54. Adam’s wife 55. Thallium 56. Called 58. Monetary unit 59. If not 60. Very fast airplane CLUES DOWN 1. Bother 2. Sounds caused by reflections 3. Abstains from 4. Article 5. Intuition 6. Ideas of right and wrong 7. Group of chemicals 8. Elected official 9. Magnesium 12. Inspect

13. Initiates function (military) 17. Los Angeles footballer 19. Decomposition of a cell 20. Spartan Magistrate 21. Treaty organization 25. Supplants 29. The common gibbon 31. Members of a Semitic people 32. Small tropical fish 33. Of the cheek 35.

LAST WEEK’S SOLVED

CLUES ACROSS 1. Not him 4. Discrimination against older people 10. A team’s best pitcher 11. Hard aromatic seed of an East Indian tree 12. San Francisco 14. Superhigh frequency 15. Not fat 16. A movable indicator on a computer 18. Endings 22. Rapper Iggy 23. Environmental kind 24. Agent of downfall 26. Spanish be 27. Rocky Mountain herb 28. __ and void 30. Uprising 31. Automatic teller machine 34. European country 36. No seats available 37. Make sense of a language 39. Sea eagle

Closeness 38. Consider to be unworthy 41. Of the penis 43. Plural form of beef 44. Able to speak or write a language 45. Body part 46. Information 47. Communicate information 49. Nabran village 56. Of (French) 57. Darmstadtium

picked up the win between the pipes. Makpah, a midget rookie, earned player of the game honours on the blue line. The Stars followed that up Saturday with a chippy win over Lakefield. Murray Craig was on his way to a shutout before the Chiefs, capitalizing on a prolonged goalmouth scramble, managed to find the back of the net in the dying minutes of the game. Taylor Stalkie scored a pair for Napanee, while Nick Yeomans netted his first of the year. Both Cal Doyle and Kyle Weese contributed with assists. The Stars turned to Milroy in net again versus Douro, and he made the

most of his start with a shutout. Lloyd and Closs had multi-point nights with a goal and two assists each, while Wilkinson and Stalkie each added goals of their own. The Stars have another busy week ahead. They travelled to Campbellford to face the Colts last night (results were not known before press time). They host the Tweed Hawks tonight at the SPC (Home Hardware rink) at 9 p.m. and the Centre Hastings Grizzlies on Saturday (Goodyear rink) at 6:30 p.m. Editor’s note: minor hockey coaches or managers can e-mail game reports to adam.prudhomme@gmail.c om

Calling ALL Volunteers for Napanee Build 2016 (October 1st - November 5th)

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

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Helpful Hands

KIDS’ HALLOWEEN PARTY… BellRock Hall is hosting a youth halloween party on Oct. 29. Costumes are encouraged by not obligatory. Cost is $5, and the fun starts at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call Judy Reynolds at 613-374-2036. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. See www.bellrockhall.ca for details.

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Pictured above are just some of the volunteers who helped out with a door-to-door food drive on Saturday, which was sponsored by the L&A Community Risk Watch. The volunteers collected a large haul of food, which will be distributed to the Salvation Army Food Bank and Morningstar Mission.

Writers’ workshops set Beaver Staff

Beginning at the end of this month, and then in 2017, local writer Christine Peets will be offering a series of workshops geared to ‘unleash your inner writer.’ The workshops will deal with various aspects of writing and publishing, including how to get started, how to structure a story, editing and getting published. The first in the series is Oct. 29. The series picks up again on Jan. 28 and continues into April. All of the workshops are at the Strathcona Paper Centre, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost for each session is $50 per person with a package price of $200 per person for all five sessions. For details and to register, visit her website, www.CaptionsCommunications.ca or contact her at Christine@CaptionsCommunications.ca or at 613-767-5848.

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

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Napanee Beaver October 20, 2016  

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