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L&A Economic Development is holding a series of workshops to assist businesses and new entrepreneurs. See Page 2 Greater Napanee council voted to move forward with a municipal ‘rebranding’ strategy. See Page 12

The Strathcona Paper Centre and Selby Community Hall could both be hosts to new rooftop solar installations in the not-too-distant future. It was during last year’s municipal election that the town was first approached about the projects, and the idea was presented to councillors during orientation. According to Kevin Hill, the director of parks, recreation and culture, a number of companies pitched the idea. “We do have five or six companies that have expressed interest, and we will be contacting them immediately with the Request For Proposal,” he said. “The objective for the RFP being released by the town is to gather proposals offering solutions, with design, installation and revenue structures.” Only after all submissions have been reviewed will the town decide whether to lease or purchase the equipment necessary, Hill said. “Right now we’re only looking at proposals for the Selby hall and the Strathcona Paper Centre,” he added. “It is for roof-mounted solar systems that will provide the municipality with a revenue stream. We’ll wait and see what the proposals bring.” Hill told the Beaver that council expressed an interest in exploring the possibilities early on. “The Request For Proposal is nearly completed and hopefully will be released late this week or early next week,” he said. “The mayor (Gord Schermerhorn) had mentioned that he would like to have something back in February, so we’ll try to keep it as tight as possible.” He said that companies that have expressed an interest will receive the RFP document by e-mail, in addition to it being posted on the town’s web page and being advertised in the municipality’s newspaper column. An update from Hill is expected before council sometime in February.

The Deseronto Storm reeled off three straight wins last week, thanks in part to some new faces in the lineup. See Page 28

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ing Canal Bash in Newburgh on Saturday. From left are Don Asselstine (owner of Hilltop Farm Belgians), his daughter Penny Simkins, Al Yeomans and five-year-old Jessie Cummings of Shannonville. The wagon ride was just one of the attractions at Canal, with hundreds attending the event. Eastern Ontario’s Space Heating & Solar Energy Specialists

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The Napanee Raiders fell victim to a come-from-behind win by the visiting Picton Pirates on Tuesday. See Page 28

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kitchen tables, I’m meeting in coffee shops, (Monday) I was in a barn talking to a farmer... I meet them where it’s most convenient and comfortable for them.” In one incident Snow spoke with a woman who had wanted to start a business for seven years. “She just didn’t have anyone to talk to about it and didn’t know where to start,” recalled Snow. “Finally someone told her she had to call Tracey Snow, this is what she does for a living. She called me and (said) ‘I’m so glad

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n Odessa Diners at Emmanuel United Church on Jan. 20 at noon, cost $9 per person. Call 613-354-6668 to reserve your meal/transportation by Jan. 17. Meatloaf dinner with pie, musical memories with Dick McNulty.

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n L&A SOS and the 55-Plus Activity Centre is offering Fitness Classes: Levels 1-3, Weights, Yoga and Meditation ($3 pay as you go). Social Programs: Euchre, Painting, Stitch-In, Cooking, Refresher Bridge, Wii Games, Family History, Creative Writing. Computer Courses: Level 1, 2, Digital Photo Editing, Internet and Email, and Drop In. New Programs offered in January: Chair Exercise, Laughing Yoga, Osteoporosis Workshop, Scrapbooking. Activities are held at 310 Bridge St. (old Lenadco).You must be a member to attend. For information call the activity centre at 613-354-8740. L&A SOS Offsite Activities ($2 pay-as-you-go): n Intermediate Line Dancing: Mondays and Wednesday 10:30 a.m. at the Napanee Legion n Beginner Line Dancing – Mondays 1:30 p.m. at Napanee Legion. n Tai Chi – Wednesdays at 10 a.m. at Trinity Church, Beginner/Intermediate n SOS Vocal Ensemble – Wednesdays from 1-2:30 p.m. Call SOS for details. FOR INFORMATION, CALL L&A SENIORS OUTREACH SERVICES AT 613-354-6668.

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Town of Greater Napanee P.O. Box 97, 124 John Street, Napanee, Ontario K7R 3L4 Phone: (613) 354-3351 Fax: (613) 354-6545 Check out the Town’s new Web Site: www.greaternapanee.com

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Take Notice that in accordance with the Municipal Act, 2001, c.25, as amended, and Town of Greater Napanee Notice By-law No. 07-58, the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Greater Napanee at its regular meeting on January 25, 2011 will be considering a new Taxi Licensing By-law, including changes to the fares that can be charged by taxi cab owners.

Fridays January 14 - March 25, 2011 6:00 - 9:00pm Excluding March 18, 2011 $155.00 Minimum 8 People

A copy of the draft by-law can be obtained from the Town Hall or by calling Rebecca Murphy 613-354-3351.

If interested, please contact the Napanee Indoor Pool 613-354-7964.

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Register Now!! Masters Swim This “new” program is geared for Adult Swimmers. Participants will improve strokes and increase their proficiency in other aquatic sports/triathlons/and recreational swim time. We will set goals to accomplish with the swimmers. Tuesday & Thursdays 8:30 - 9:30pm January 12 - March 31, 2011 $75.00 or No Charge with an Adult Membership Must Register to Take Part

Swim Team Greater Napanee’s Recreation Swim Team “The Sting Rays” wants you to join us!! This is geared for children Level 6 and up who are interested in working on endurance and swim strokes. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 4:30 - 5:30pm January 10 - April 1, 2011 $100.00 or No Charge with a Youth Membership Register for the 12 week session!! For more information, please call 613-354-4423

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Core Area Advisory Committee Subcommittees (CAAC) • Economic & Technological Development Subcommittee (up to 5 Members). This subcommittee will develop and implement work plans relating to all websites, communications with community organizations and the attraction of new and help expand commercial or residential developments. Marketing & Promotions Subcommittee (4-6 Members) • This subcommittee will focus on all efforts related to the branding, special events and marketing of the core area for tourism and citizen engagement.

Physical Improvements Subcommittee (up to 2 Members) • This subcommittee will focus on all tasks and projects related to the beautification of the Core Area including infrastructure and seasonal streetscape.

Fundraising/Financing Committee (up to 4 Members) • This subcommittee will review the budgets of all other subcommittees and determine the best way to fund each project including community fundraising initiatives. Heritage & Architectural Advisory Committee • This committee will review applications for grants from businesses to improve facades and act as a resource to Council and other Committees on matters of heritage or historical significance. Volunteers for research assignments would be of interest.

Those citizens interested in volunteering for any of these committees, please submit a letter of interest including Name, Address and Contact information, any experiences or employment history that you think would help the Committee advance their objectives and times of day and week you may be available to attend Committee Meetings when held. Letters of intent should be received by January 21, 2011 to the Town of Greater Napanee, 124 John Street, P.O. Box 97, Napanee, K7R 3L4 Attn: Raymond Callery. For further information on the CAAC Subcommittees, contact Lyndsay Tee at 613-354-3351 Ext. 2017 and Police Services Board, Raymond Callery, Ext. 2002.


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A new year’s resolution HERE is much speculation that Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty won’t be Liberal leader by the time the next provincial election rolls in 2015. In a interview last Thursday with the CTV, the premier hinted that if he and his party are re-elected to government in the upcoming vote this October, he’ll step away from the top job before Ontarians go to the polls again. Well, talk about hypotheticals. When talking about the Liberals being reelected to government in October, that’s a very big ‘what-if ’, if recent opinion polls in the province are to be believed. Those polls show that the Progressive Conservatives have a healthy lead among voters. Saddled with blowback from the Harmonized Sales Tax and rising energy costs, the Liberals flagging in popularity should come as no great shock to anyone. Of course, anything can happen — we need look no further than the last provin-

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cial election campaign. In the months leading up to the vote, the PCs under the leadership of John Tory appeared to be poised to usurp McGuinty and the Liberals. Then Tory released his controversial plan to provide public funding for private religious schools, and the PCs’ electoral fortunes went off the rails in dramatic fashion. It’s not beyond the realm of possibility for something similar to occur this October — if it happened once, it can happen again — but the Liberals probably shouldn’t rest their hopes on tactical missteps on the part of their political opponents. What’s perhaps more surprising, given the political landscape in Ontario, is that McGuinty hasn’t stepped down already. His return as premier is far from being assured. Then again, since he became leader of the party way back in 1996, McGuinty was quite often written off for dead. Remember the ‘Dump Dalton’ campaign that made the rounds shortly

after his first electoral defeat at the hands of Mike Harris back in 1999? More often than not, McGuinty has proven wrong those who would underestimate him, and he has shown the ability to come up off the mat before being counted out. Much to the chagrin of his detractors, McGuinty has proven himself to be resilient. However, getting the opportunity to be able step down as premier — and not leader of the opposition — following the next provincial election will undoubtedly be his toughest task yet.

The evil results of alcohol are noted every day in area newspapers. A few days ago one informed us that highway alcohol related deaths were up one-third in 2010 over 2009. Almost 50 per cent of highway accidents have an alcohol component. I cannot comprehend completely the sorrowful adjustments that have to be made in the families involved. And yet alcohol is promoted on television, with laughing comments by announcers about drinking. Society is kidding itself and nobody seems to take notice. A recent statement I saw noted that alcohol is the No. 1 drug problem in Canada. Most every edition of a newspaper tell of an arrest, a domestic disturbance, an assault, an accident, a rape or murder as the result of alcohol A few years ago I heard the crash near my house when a drunk driver hit another vehicle and killed a woman that was a wife and mother. My wife just said sarcastically to me, “It really sounds like fun.” Just remember the sad story of the death of a lad in an Ottawa parking garage when the Tobin man was allegedly having a drunken fun time with a rented vehicle. Do you recall seeing on TV the tears of the distraught mothers? Those tears are repeated thousands of time each year across Canada. Perhaps it’s every day. When will we wake up? In Canada we make a big fuss about the health effects of tobacco. But alcohol gets a free ride with our Ontario government making money out of the carnage that comes from drinking. Something doesn’t compute — doesn’t add up. We need to come to our senses and change our attitude about alcohol. Roy C. Kenny, Napanee

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New opportunities for OFA in 2011 his year was an important one for the Ontario Federation of Agriculture. Over the past 12 months we have made significant strides in solidifying future opportunities for farmers through our collaborative work with farm organizations, government and our industry partners. The beginning of a new year always provides opportunity and interest in looking ahead to make plans for success in the months ahead. Most of us begin January with a sense of optimism, considering the possibilities and how we will achieve our goals. The OFA is no different. As always, this will be an exciting and actionpacked year for the OFA, acting on several key issues while preparing for a busy political calendar. The OFA celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. While we take the time to remind ourselves of our proud history, we continually keep our eye on the target of improving the social and economic wellbeing of farmers in collaboration with our agricultural partners. Several key issues stand out that we will continue to work on throughout the coming year. This year, we will be launching our Proud to Lead campaign – a program to identify and develop leadership potential across Ontario to ensure our proud history is sustained. We’ll also focus on a critical priority of members from all areas of the province for the proper handling of predator issues. We will revamp the OFA Predator Task Team to take stock of the situation and breathe new life into our predator and wildlife damage needs. In addition, we will be working on further refinement of beginning farmer policies and programs, Biomass research projects and green energy initiatives, the ongoing development and finalization of the National Food Strategy, formalization

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of OFA governance policies, completion of the Open for Business process to ease regulatory concerns, and launching the new OFA website and social media procedures to name just a few important actions. All of this work will be performed in the context of an election year. We are working towards the provincial election in October but also carefully watching the federal landscape. Nothing enables the promotion of the agricultural agenda and key issues better than an election. We have filed an important pre-election briefing with the Ontario government in the form of our Pre-Budget briefing. In it we have identified important fiscal and nonfiscal policy measures the Ontario government can enact to improve the farm sector and our province’s economy as a result. We will refine these messages in the spring as provincial politicians begin touring Ontario in advance of the October vote. Likewise, we will be prepared for action in Ottawa if and when a federal election is called. There is no question the National Food Strategy, as a set of governing objectives for good agricultural and food policy, will be a key election issue. Our success in influencing will continue to lie with our collective ability to convey a strong and consistent message on our critical issues. To help make that happen, I urge all farmers to stay informed and involved in your organization. Contribute to the policy debates and take the messages to our policy makers on every occasion. As our 75 years of history have proven, there is no voice stronger than a unified farm voice. We wish you all the best for the New Year and look forward to working with you. Bette Jean Crews is the president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.

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If you were starving what would you do? Most of us would go to our fridge and get a snack but some people in the world don’t have a fridge or even access to food. This is called starvation. A group of three girls from Odessa Public School are doing a project called Challenge For Change. Challenge For Change is an assignment where each student in the Challenge Programs decides on a way to make a difference in their local or global communities. The girls chose hunger

because they could not imagine going without food for one day let alone months or years. The girls created three paintings about world hunger in order to raise awareness. The paintings will be displayed in the Lennox and Addington Library in Napanee at 25 River Rd. from Jan. 15-17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and at the Napanee Dairy Queen at 14 Richmond Blvd. from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. on Jan. 18-20. Breanne Jackson

.JANUARY 20 VICTORIA II WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Group meets at the home of Denise Wright in Napanee at 7 p.m. Topic is ‘education.’ Roll call is: a memorable event you can recall from your school years. For information, call Valerie at 613-354-1115. JANUARY 22 MUSIC AT THE NAPANEE LEGION Featuring Joe Saunders and ‘Red Rose Express.’ It will be great to have this band back with us again! 8 p.m. to midnight. Everyone welcome! HOSPICE L&A FUNSPIEL At the Napanee Curling Club. Two six-end games. Prizes, fun, lunch, dinner. Cost is $160 per team. For more details see www.landahospice.ca. Call Peggy at 613354-0833 to sign up today! JANUARY 23 WINTER BREAKFAST At the Tyendinaga Township Recreation Centre in Melrose from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, toast and all the ‘fixins’. Adults $7, children under 10 $4. Fundraiser for Shannonville Agricultural Society. Call Debbie Sherwin at 613477-2485.

JANUARY 26 BEGINNER LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m. PARKINSON SOCIETY MEETING If you are providing support/care for a family member or friend who has Parkinson’s Disease, join us on the last Wednesday of the month at Kingsdale Chateau, 520 Kingsdale Ave. Kingston. This is an opportunity to focus on your needs as a carepartner. Next meeting is the above date at 3 p.m. Call 613-541-0829 for information. JANUARY 29 MUSIC AT THE NAPANEE LEGION Featuring 'Nighthawk'. Come out and hear this band that’s new to the Legion! From 8 p.m. until midnight. Everyone welcome! FEBRUARY 1 PARKINSON SOCIETY GENERAL MEETING Group’s meeting are the first Tuesday of the month at Ongwanada, 191 Portsmouth Ave. in Kingston. The next meeting is at 7 p.m. For information call 613-541-0829. FEBRUARY 5 EUCHRE St. Patrick’s Church euchre starts at 7 p.m. at 179 West St. in Napanee.

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Awesome possums moving into area Ken Ashton admits that he is fairly good at knowing what animal makes tracks in his backyard north of Trenton, but those that appeared one recent night had him scratching his head. Then, one afternoon, he spotted a Virginia opossum strolling from the edge of the woods to his bird feeder where it proceeded to forage on the spilled seeds on the ground beneath the feeder. It even allowed Ken to take a photo which he forwarded to me in an e-mail. This is the second report of an opossum that has come to my attention this past year. Earlier last year, wildlife rehabilitator Sue Meech of the Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre in Napanee showed me an opossum that she had in her care. The animal she carried in her arms came from Peterborough, considerably north of southwestern Ontario where one usually expects to find these solitary and nomadic animals. Past sightings from anywhere east of Toronto have most always been shrugged off as simply unlucky opossums that had curled up on the framework of transports and woke up someplace else. Not necessary so, says Sue Meech. She knows of two opossum groups in Frankford, and one in Roblin. On top of which,

the individual in her care is a juvenile, suggesting that it was born in Peterborough and not on a Kenworth hauling produce. She believes they are migrating to the rest of Ontario from the Southwest where they are common. Numerous road killed opossums can be seen along Highway 400, she says, and she has never really subscribed to the hitch hiker theory, although the 1994 Atlas of the Mammals of Ontario strongly suggests that this may have been the case with sightings as far north as Massey. Several sightings in the Bloomfield area in 1997, one of which was a rare albino, were thought to have arrived on one of the many Georgia and area transports that came occasionally to the old Cobie Foods Plant in that village. That they never really became established in Prince Edward County, and there have been no further sightings, suggest that these particular individuals did not arrive on their own volition. But is it just a matter of time as our winters are now much milder than they were several decades ago, allowing these shy little creatures to survive despite the occasional individual coming through the winter with frost bitten ears and tails. The individual that I saw being cared for in Napanee cer-

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Outdoor R ambles tainly did not display the growling, hissing traits that popular legend purports them to show when approached by humans. And at no time did it hang by its tail from Sue’s arm! Another myth that remains popular, although opossum young will occasionally do this. Their semiprehensile tails are not strong enough to support a mature adult’s weight. Instead, the opossum uses its tail as a brace and a fifth limb when climbing. The tail is occasionally used as a grip to carry bunches of leaves or bedding materials to the nest. That opossums are able to play dead is also a bit of a myth.

At least, it is believed that opossums don’t play dead intentionally. Rather, it is an involuntary physiological response, brought on by fear. The lips will be drawn back, teeth bared, saliva foams around the mouth, and a foulsmelling fluid is secreted from the anal glands. Their stiff, curled form can be prodded, turned over, and even carried away. The animal will regain consciousness after a period of minutes or hours and escape. As many predators will only eat live prey, it is a successful escape maneuver that has served the opossum well. They are actually shy, gentle animals who rely on stealth and nocturnal lifestyles to minimize human encounters. There are more than 60 different species of opossum in the world, which are often called just plain possums. The most notable is the Virginia opossum - the only marsupial (pouched mammal) found in the United States and Canada. A female opossum gives birth to helpless young as tiny as honeybees. Babies immediately

crawl into the mother’s pouch, where they continue to develop. As they get larger, they will go in and out of the pouch and sometimes ride on the mother’s back as she hunts for food. Opossums may give birth to as many as 20 babies in a litter, but fewer than half of them survive. So, keep your eyes open from now on at your bird feeders for these nocturnal creatures. They certainly seem to be increasing across Ontario and will provide an interesting addition to the nocturnal brigade to our feeders which now includes cottontail rabbits, flying squirrels, and a host of others that allow us to enjoy our feeders 24-7, instead of just in the daylight hours. For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail tsprague@kos.net or phone 613476-5072. Greater Napanee residents can call 613-354-3312 and your call can be directed automatically to my home office. For more information on nature in the Quinte area, be sure to check out www.naturestuff.net.

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A trip through the pages of The Napanee Beaver 60 Years Ago January 10, 1951 n The Lennox and Addington Public Health Unit issued a warning that chickenpox cases were on the rise throughout the county. “The patient should be isolated, especially from other children in the family, until the scabs come off the affected skin areas, which usually takes two to three weeks,” the health unit advised. The health unit also said that siblings of those with the chickenpox should be allowed to attend school. n One of the oldest buildings in Napanee was about to be torn down. The frame structure located on Centre Street North had been formerly owned an operated as a grocery store by the Denison family. The store had been in the family for three generations. The property had been purchased some time earlier by Trudeau Motors. The company looked to establish a new car lot on the site.

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n The Lennox Generating Station along the lakeshore near Sandhurst began sending electricity into the Ontario power grid for the first time. The station’s first unit finally came on-line after five years of construction. The oil-fired plant was the first of its kind in the province. It would have the capacity to generate almost 2,300 megawatts of electrical power, enough to meet double the combined power needs of Kingston, Belleville, Ottawa and Hamilton. Three more of the plant’s four generating units still had to come on-line before the plant was operating at full capacity. n At the first council meeting of the new year, Napanee Mayor Lorne Smart warned that council had to hold spending to the very minimum in 1976. Smart made the remarks in light of broader efforts to curb inflation. The mayor also said council had to work hard to ensure the rail underpass on Centre Street proceeded as planned. “There is lots of work to be done and it is up to this council to show the interest and initiative to get things done,” he told council at the meeting.

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Thursday, January 13, 2011 Do you have a non-profit community event or program you would like to promote? Let us promote it in our Community Pulse event listings. Send the details to beaver@bellnet.ca (‘Community Pulse’ in the subject line), fax them to 613-354-2622 or drop them off at the Beaver office. Events must be in by the Monday before our Thursday publication to ensure the event is entered into our system in time. Events are listed chronologically and printed when possible. For more details on the Community Pulse listings, please call 613-3546641 ext. 109. CRAVING CHANGE? Starting Jan. 11, the Napanee and Area Community Health Centre will be offering a Craving Change workshop. It is for individuals who struggle to maintain healthy eating habits? Eat for comfort or in response to strong feelings? Feel frustrated with the usual weight loss programs? Want to feel more in control of their eating? The intent of the Craving Change workshop series is to have the participants: Reflect on why it is challenging to eat in a healthy way; Determine their personal problematic eating triggers; Learn a variety of strategies that they can experiment with to positively change their eating behaviours over the longterm. Key elements of the Craving Change workshop program include: Factors that influence eating behaviours; Increased awareness of eating triggers and patterns;

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Unlearning behaviours; The cognitive-behavioural approach; The Change Buffet of techniques and skills for changing triggers and the eating response. Contact Jenny or Danielle at 613-354-8937 for more information. INDOOR WALKING Walk On! indoor winter walking. Join volunteers in a safe, free and social atmosphere. At the Prince Charles School on Tuesday and Thursday evening from 5-6 p.m. Call 613-5491232 ext. 1180 for more information. DRIVERS NEEDED Volunteer drivers urgently needed to take cancer patients to the hospital for treatment. If you have a car and some time to spare, please call FrontenacLennox & Addington Unit (613) 384-2361. CALLING ALL ARTISTS The Friends of Bon Echo Park invite all nature artists to the 16th annual Bon Echo Art Exhibition and Sale at Bon Echo Provincial Park. The theme of this juried exhibition of original art is about Canadian nature, wildlife or countryside, and will take place on July 22, 23, 24, 2011. Deadline for applications: March 1, 2011. For applications and information, contact Derek Maggs, Executive Director, Friends of Bon Echo Park, 16151 Hwy. 41, RR1, Cloyne, ON, K0H 1K0. Phone: 613-3360830 Website: www.BonEchoFriends.ca. JAMMING AT THE NAPANEE LEGION Wednesday night jams are back at the Napanee

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Legion, from 7:30-10:30 p.m. Bring your instruments and/or your singing voice and join in for an night of fun and dancing. No charge, everyone welcome. CALLING LOCAL AMATEUR MUSICIANS Belleville’s Quinte Living Centre Concert Band welcomes all amateur musicians to join this fun band. Mondays 7 - 9 p.m. at Quinte Living Centre, Front St, Belleville. From student to senior. Especially welcome, trombone, flute and clarinet players. Dust off your instruments and join us. Further info: Sally 613-779-6846 or Jennifer 613-393-2331. JANUARY 13 TAOIST TAI CHI SOCIETY OF CANADA Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada holds an open house from 11 a.m. - 12: 30 p.m., at St. Paul’s United Church, Harrowsmith. See demonstrations, chat with instructors, register for classes, enjoy refreshments. This exercise can be done in a chair or wheelchair, or standing. More i n f o r m a t i o n : www.taoist.org/kingston, 6 1 3 - 5 4 4 - 4 7 3 3 , kingston@taoist.org. JANUARY 14 BUSINESS MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BANQUET At Selby Community Hall at 6:30 p.m., cost is $12 per person. Reservations must be made immediately. Special music by Richard Gillingham and special speaker by William DeRoos, a sergeant with the OPP. Tickets available at Marie’s Place in Napa-

nee, or contact Don at 6133888-2674, Rev. John Hilliard at 613-352-5691 or Garfield at 613-354-9235. JANUARY 15 MUSIC AT THE NAPANEE LEGION Jeff Code & 'Silver Wings'; Always a packed house when Jeff & the band are here so come early! From 8 p.m. to midnight. Everyone welcome! OPEN DOUBLES DART TOURNAMENT The Tamworth Legion is

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holding an open doubles dart tournament. ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY The Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society will meet in the Wilson Room of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson St. at 10 a.m. "My Interesting Ancestor". Several members will speak about why their ancestor is particularly interesting. Visitors welcome. Further info at www.ogs.on.ca/kingston.

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JANUARY 17 BATH GARDENING CLUB Our first meeting of the new year will be held at 2 p.m. at St John’s Church Memorial Hall in Bath. The guest speaker will be Sally McCulloch, who will give a presentation on the 2010 Chelsea Flower Show. Guests and visitors are always welcome. Don’t forget to bring your tea cup. Call, (613) 352 4170 or (613) 352 8700. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Napanee Group 150 meets at 1:30 p.m. at Trinity United Church, John Street entrance. All welcome.

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“A Place to Belong” PASTORAL CHARGE 291 Dundas St. W. - Phone: 354-4563 Minister: Rev. Christine Sloan The United Church of Canada Charge Office: (613) 352-5375 Minister: Rev. Ryan McNally Pastor Dr. Doug Porter Email: bath.morvenuc.office@bellnet.ca Jane Hughes, Secretary Sunday morning at 10:30am Morven United Church 613-354-4825 Family Worship Service & Sunday School Service 9:00am “Worship for all ages Sunday evening at 6:30pm Sunday School & Nursery Children’s Activity Each Week” “Where the Bible comes to Life!” Bath United Church SELBY - 9:45am PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Service: 10:30am Worship Service and Sunday School OF THE REDEEMER Sunday School and Nursery EMPEY HILL - 11:15am Worship Service 155 St. George St., Deseronto Fellowship with refreshments after Service ENTERPRISE-ROBLIN Interim Minister: Rev. James Gordon Everyone is Welcome! UNITED CHURCH 396-3119 or 396-2347 PASTORAL CHARGE X ST. MARY MAGDALENE 9:15am - Church Service and Sunday Rev. Anne MacDermaid ANGLICAN CHURCH School - Please join us! 389-5548 137 Robinson St., Napanee K7R 2S3 UNDAY ANUARY Enterprise Church TEMPLE OF PRAYER Priest: Rev. Richard Hetke 9:15am Worship Service AND PRAISE Rev. Brother D.B. Smith GRACE UNITED TRINITY UNITED CHURCH Roblin Church 261 West St., 354-5910 SUNDAY SERVICES X MINISTRIES 25 Bridge St. E., 11:00am Worship Service (near Prince Charles School) 8:00am Holy Communion X and Sunday School 613-354-3858 Corner of Thomas St. and Fourth St. Pastor - Rev. Stephen Lush 9:15am - Family Service Everyone welcome. Supply Minister: (Deseronto) Sunday Morning 10:30am Holy Communion Rev. William Perry Corner of Bridge St. and Robert St. 10:30am - Worship Service 10:00am Wednesdays - Holy Communion ROBLIN WESLEYAN CHURCH 10:30 am (Napanee) SonShine Corner Ages 4-10 Pastors: Bert McCutcheon, St. Mary Magdalene welcomes Sunday Morning Service 613-354-4373 7pm - Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Dustin Crozier, Paul DeMerchant, past and new members 2nd Sunday after Epiphany Minister Rev. Frank Hamper SUNDAY Welcome! Come and Worship with us. Trinity’s Church Family Welcomes You! Sunday Worship WESTDALE PARK 8:45am - Worship Service Visit us online at: • 9:00am - Deseronto ST. LUKE'S FREE METHODIST CHURCH (Nursery provided) www.templeofprayerandpraise.org • 10:30am - Napanee “Come As You Are!” 10:15am Sunday School ANGLICAN CHURCH TAMWORTH • 10:30am - Sunday School Pastor Derek Spink (Age 3 to Seniors) Camden East Nursery Care Provided ANGLICAN-CHRIST CHURCH 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee 11am - Worship Service (613) 378-1281 AA Meeting (Deseronto) Friday 8pm (across from the hospital) 613-354-2669 26 Concession St. N. 613-379-2204 (Nursery, Jr. and Sr. Church provided) Rev. John VanStone Cable 10 Broadcast Rev. John Van Stone www.westdaleparkfmc.ca TUESDAY You are welcome to join us Fridays 8pm - Sundays 12:30pm 8:30am-Coffee and Praise email: info@westdaleparkfmc.ca 6:30pm - Kids Club (Oct.- Apr.) Ages 5-Gr. 6 for weekly worship A Caring Family Church 9:00am Church Service SUNDAY THURSDAY Sunday - 10:45am Please join us for worship and Children’s Program 10:00am - Worship Service 7pm - MOMENTUM Youth Supervised Nursery & 11:30am - Sunday School DESERONTO Other Ministries: Men’s, Women’s and 50+ Children’s Program NAPANEE STANDARD TUESDAY For more information 613-388-2518 PENTECOSTAL CHURCH WESLEYAN CHURCH NEWBURGH-CENTREVILLE 6:30pm -Community Kids’ Club/Youth www.roblinwesleyan.ca 469 Dundas Street, 51 Palace Road PASTORAL CHARGE JK-Gr.5 / Gr.6-8 roblinw@gmail.com Deseronto, Ontario Pastors: Minister: Bible lessons, snacks, fun activities Find us on Facebook! 613-396-3841 Rev. Ivan and Anne Langdon Rev. Burry Wiseman Pastor Rev. Howard Dudgeon Sunday Worship - 10:30am and 7pm 613-378-2511 ST. PATRICK’S THE ANGLICAN PARISH X Children’s Program: 10:30am Assistant Pastor Dan Rooney The United Church of Canada CATHOLIC CHURCH OF TYENDINAGA Wed: Ladies Bible study/prayer 10:30am 10am - Sunday school. 9:30am - Worship Service 179 West Street, Napanee The Rev’d Brad Smith, Rector Bible study/prayer 7pm Morning Worship at 10:45am at Centreville Rev. Rod McNeil, Pastor Sunday Celebration - Jan. 16, 2011 “In essentials: unity, 11am - Worship Service Evening Service at 7pm Phone: 613-354-5354 All Saints’ Church - 8:30 am in non-essentials: liberty, at Newburgh Wednesday 7pm - Family night. Website:www.stpatsnapanee.com 1895 Ridge Rd., Tyendinaga M.T. in all things, charity (love).” Sunday School Friday 7pm - Kids Under Construction Saturday - 5:15pm - Mass 613-396-3797 Phone 354-1924, 354-5637 at both locations Everyone welcome. Sunday - 9:00am - Mass; www.parishoftyendinaga.org Everyone welcome. Everyone is welcome! Affiliated with PAOC. 10:30am - Mass

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ARMY X THE82SALVATION Richard St. Majors Bill & Barb Pearce SUNDAY 10:30am - Morning Worship Wednesday - 12 noon - Bible study 1st Wednesday - 12 noon Ministry to Women Wednesday - 4:30pm - Friends Club Ages 5-11 3rd Thursday - 12:30pm-55+ Office - 354-4735 Everyone welcome.

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

THE ANGLICAN PARISH OF ADOLPHUSTOWNSANDHURST Reverend Dr. John W. Walmsley 613-766-6058 Please join us for Sunday Worship Both churches are on Highway #33 St Paul’s, Sandhurst 9am St Alban’s, Adolphustown 11am Everyone is very welcome


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Indoor soccer off-and-running in Napanee Local team brings home silver medal; club set to begin second session later this month By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER APANEE'S indoor soccer program captured its first medal over the holiday break as the Under-10 rep team took home silver at a tournament at Queen’s University. Heading into the tournament many of Napanee United’s members hadn’t played together in a real game. They managed to come together quickly and advance to the finals by virtue of the best goals against average. With a shot at gold they were overpowered by the Pegasus squad out of Gananoque. Though they had to settle for runner up, it was still a good start for the very young indoor soccer program. Playing in the renovated old hockey arena on York Street, the program has just about wrapped up its first session. “We ended up with about 105 youths and we have four mens’ teams and two ladies’ teams,” said Ron Yeomans of Soccer

After striking a deal with the Lennox and Addington Agricultural Society to rent the arena, the club then quickly began converting the hard floor to a rubberized surface. Through a lot of hustle and determination they were able to launch the league in just a few short weeks. They are also currently working on installing heat into the building at field level, which will certainly be appreciated by parent spectators. Registration for the second session, which runs until April, will be held this Saturday and Jan. 22 at the arena from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Games are played once a week at a cost of $100 for youths and $75 for adults. The club hopes the indoor program will serve as a nice warm-up for the outdoor season which saw about 600 kids take part in last year. By playing throughout the year they hope they will be able to stay competitive with Kingston and Belleville’s clubs, which also have indoor facilities.

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The Napanee United U-10 indoor soccer team captured the silver medal at a tournament held at Queen’s University over the holiday break. The medal was the first in Napanee’s indoor soccer history. Napanee. “In the second session we’re going to start a mixed league.” The next session will begin Feb. 1 and they’re

hoping for even bigger numbers for the second half of the season. They also plan to form more rep teams to go with the U-10

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JANUARY 29 WINTER CARNIVAL DANCE Sponsored by the Odessa Agricultural Society, at the Odessa Fairgrounds. Music by live band, Rick Smith and Free Beer. Cost is $15 per person. Hot meal and bus ride home. Doors open at 8 p.m., dance starts at 9 p.m. Tickets available in Odessa at Savages, Pop-In and Corner

Pocket. For information, call 613-3863592. FEBRUARY 11 VALENTINE GOODIES SALE Takes place at the Airhart Room at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital, from 9-11:30 a.m. Sponsored by the hospital’s Volunteer Services (the Auxiliary).

squad, which is currently their sole travel team. “We were a little late in the take-off (of the league) because we didn’t start

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Council sets rebranding strategy into motion Municipality engages Kingston-based consultant to upgrade town’s corporate image By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER Greater Napanee council has selected the company that will update the town’s image in the months to come. Following a detailed Request For Proposal process for the branding and graphic design job, the town’s Core Area Advisory Committee received five proposals. On Tuesday night, council approved a staff recommendation

to award the contract to Small World Marketing Group, a Kingston-based company. According to a report by CAAC Coordinator Lyndsay Tee, the winning proposal provides the town with a ‘menu’ of options, at a cost of about $15,200 when compared to the services quoted by the other companies. The SWMG budget presented was just over $21,000 in total, but Tee pointed out that it included some extras. “After a brief telephone conversation with the co-owner Vanessa

Pizzinato, she explained that the budget outline presented in the proposal was a ‘menu’ of options which clients are able to accept and decline based on their projects goals,” Tee said. “That being said, when various extras were removed from the budget breakdown, the price became comparable to the other proposals making them a more viable option.” SWMG will create and present three brand concepts, allowing the committee to choose the final brand, Tee added. “Weekly reports will be pre-

pared throughout the process which will be time-stamped and uploaded to an online work area where the progress can be easily tracked and monitored,” she said. “The wide list of comparable references and their professional manner provide confidence and assurance that they will complete the job both on-time and professionally, working until the Town of Greater Napanee is completely satisfied with the final product.” Proposals were also received from Paula Brooks and Christine Peets ($8,475.25); TD Graham &

Associates – Marketing Communications ($10,735.20); BmDodo Strategic Design ($11,526.18); and Marketing Magnitude ($14,750.14). The CAAC secured a $7,000 grant from the Prince Edward and Lennox and Addington Community Futures Development Corporation for the project. In evaluating each proposal, a ranking system was used by Tee which looked at cost, comparable reference, research/data collection, professional appeal, focus and an interview.

Town considers industrial park signage program New sign would advertise properties for sale; council calls for co-ordinated effort By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER A request to advertise the sale of industrial land north of Highway 401 led council to consider proposing an independent signage program for the

town’s industrial park. During Tuesday’s regular session of council, a motion advising staff to notify property owners along the Goodyear Road park was passed. According to Chief Administrative Officer Raymond Callery, a

request was made by one property owner to place a development sign on town property. The sign was intended to promote industry in the park and to attract possible buyers, with the end result being jobs and development in both Greater

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Napanee and the area. Ward 3 Councillor Marg Isbester said that, by approving a sign for a specific individual, the municipality would be “opening up a can of worms.” “We have other signs out there, will we have other developers wanting to do exactly the same thing?” she asked. In response, Mayor Gord Schermerhorn said the request should have been made through a minor variance application. “We have sign bylaws

and ‘for sale’ signs are even covered underneath our sign bylaws,” he told council. “We are trying to encourage development in that area, we’re trying to encourage new business to build there, and we’re trying to encourage people to buy industrial land and create jobs.” But, Schermerhorn said he did not like limiting this decision to one persons request. Pointing out that he has no problem with the industrial area promoting

itself, much like the downtown has, Ward 5 Councillor Shaune Lucas said it should be done in a professional manner. “I would make a motion that the park should have a sign professionally done,” he said. Isbester agreed, adding that a ‘collage’ of professional signs would be a better idea. A motion calling on staff to notify all industrial park property owners, about the possibility of cooperative signage at a cost to them, was passed.

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JANUARY 18 ‘FAMILY NIGHT’ An support evening open to any adult who has lost a loved one, presented by the Kingston regional chapter of Bereaved Families of Ontario. Runs from 7:30-9 p.m. at 721 Progress Ave., Unit 1, upper suite, in Kingston. For information, call 613-6341230 or email bfo@kingston.net. LENADCO AUXILIARY Group’s annual meeting takes place at 2 p.m. at the John M. Parrott Centre. Welcome to family and friends of residents. For details, call 613-354-9520. HERITAGE QUILTERS GUILD We will meet at 7 p.m. at the Strathcona

Paper Center. This will a swap and sell night, so bring in your quilting stuff. The scissor sharpening man will also be there. Don't forget your off white fat quarters and your coffee mug. Everyone welcome. For information call Linda 613-388-2606. JANUARY 19 BEGINNER LINE DANCING At the Tamworth Legion, from 7-8:30 p.m. L&A HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY L&A Horticultural Society meeting at Memorial Building, Robert Street entrance, at 7 p.m. Gardening video. Everyone welcome. Information- contact Florence 613-354 2002

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SAT. JAN. 15TH 1-3PM 445 DUNDAS ST. W. - HOST: KEN THOMPSON Want to own a home? Then don’t wait to get started and come see this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Great features include large living room with patio doors to beautiful covered deck to enjoy family gatherings. Dining room with gas stove for ambiance, hardwood throughout, cheerful custom kitchen with appliances included. First-floor laundry and mud room for hats and boots. Large 24’ x 28’ garage with loft. $209,900. (EX2336) MLS 11600214

Wade Mitchell, Broker of Record/Owner Cell 613-539-1433

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31 MEADOW LANE $124,900. Economical living. Beautifully finished bottom to top. Bathroom on every level. Rec room or games room. You will be pleased at the detail of quality floor space. Call today. (EX2334) Bill Martin, Sales Rep

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A LOT OF HOUSE FOR THE PRICE! 451 HUFFMAN RD. - Beautiful 3 + 1 bedroom home situated on a peaceful 1.3 acre lot only 20 minutes from Kingston or Napanee. Large eat in kitchen with patio doors leading out to the 16x32 inground pool with a spacious deck area for entertaining or just relaxing. Hardwood floors throughout, including a recently updated bathroom. Great views from the Master bedroom with patio doors overlooking the pool. Enjoy the fireplace in the living room or have a nice dinner in the private dining room. Fully finished basement with a large entertainment area, pot lights, ceramic tile and fireplace. Very well cared for home including many updates. A must see! $219,900. (J02) MLS 11600101

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2227 COUNTY ROAD 11, SELBY Wonderful 3 bedroom family home located 5 minutes from Napanee. Many recent improvements. Built-in appliances, pellet stove, fireplace, garage, workshop and low maintenance yard are only a few of the features this home has to offer. This home is larger inside than it looks from the outside and is well worth a look! (H186) MLS 11600047

Cell 613-583-2896 WAGAR WAGAR Representative, 112A Industrial Blvd, & Napanee MYATT 613-354-3550

484 COUNTY ROAD 9 - HOST: JAMIE YOUMANS Settle down and make a home for your family in this 1 storey, 3 bedroom home on 1.45 acres close to Napanee. Great features include a large living room with hardwood floors, dining room, basement laundry and deck. Nice water view of the Napanee River. (EX2338) MLS 11600228

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IN TOWN STARTER HOME - $169,900. Great value in this all brick bungalow on Second Ave. Easy walk to all town amenities. 3+1 bedrooms, 2 baths. Good original hardwood flooring throughout main floor. Newer furnace and roof shingles. Appliances included. Don’t miss it! (10N302) 10606131 Call John Curran, Sales Rep. at 613-328-1767 or Jim Stafford, Sales Rep. at 613-540-4447 Call John Curran, Sales Rep. at 613-328-1767

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www.169 County Rd9.com Magnificent Views! Enjoy the views overlooking the town in this one of a kind bungalow on the edge of Napanee. Features include patio doors from all bedrooms, main floor master, full walkout to lower level onto pool deck, wrap around decking with screened sunroom, sunken livingroom, 2 gas fireplaces, wet bar in rec room, open concepts main level, roadway to waterfront with docking on deep side of channel of the Napanee River. With a little TLC this would make an exceptional property! $369,900. Call Cindy Haggerty, Broker, at 613-540-2116 or Kevin Haggerty, Sales Rep, at 613-539-2120

9 Commercial Court Napanee 613-354-5435

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2 SPLINTER DRIVE 1300 sq. ft. 9 year old brick bungalow in excellent location. This home features solid oak kitchen, main floor laundry, hardwood floors, gas fireplace in livingroom. French doors off of dining area to 20` x 10` screened in deck. 3 bathrooms, 4 bedrooms (2+2), finished rec room, high efficiency gas heating with central air. Attached car & half garage, paved drive, heating $800, hydro $1200, water & sewer $1200. Asking $229,500. (HJ01) MLS 11600088

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Enjoy the radiant atmosphere of the sunroom in this brick home in Napanee. Has 2 bedrooms up and 1 down, 1 bathroom, dining room, large living room, basement laundry, partially-finished basement, shingle roof. $184,900. (EX2335) MLS 11600211

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IN TOWN WATERFRONT - 424 DUNDAS ST. WEST Join the boating set and still live in town! Large pretty lot with attractive peaceful views. Custom built, 4 level split with top quality finishing throughout. Large kit, formal din rm, 3 large bedrooms, central air, hot tub, fireplace. Real value here! NOW OFFERED AT $344,000. (10N300) 10606103 Virtual Tour: www.obeo.com/jimstafford Call Jim Stafford, Sales Rep. at 613-540-4447 or John Curran, Sales Rep. at 613-328-1767

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Excellent 3 bedroom bungalow on a 1 acre lot close to Kingston and Napanee. Features tasteful livingroom with hardwood floors, custom kitchen with built-in appliances, pantry and work island, under counter lights, and beautiful cupboards. Swim in the pool and lounge on the deck. Large rec room with pellet stove. Double garage. $249,900. (EX2340)

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Excellent 3 bedroom bungalow on a 1 acre lot close to Kingston and Napanee. Features tasteful livingroom with hardwood floors, cus-

445 DUNDAS ST. W. - HOST: KEN THOMPSON Want to own a home? Then don’t wait to get started and come see this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Great features include large living room with patio doors to Enjoy the radiant atmosphere of the sunroom in this brick home in covered deck to enjoy family gatherings. Dining room with gas stove Napanee. Has 2 bedrooms up and 1 down, 1 bathroom, dining beautiful for ambiance, hardwood throughout, cheerful custom kitchen with appliances room, large living room, basement laundry, partially-finished base- included. First-floor laundry and mud room for hats and boots. Large 24’ x 28’ ment, shingle roof. $184,900. (EX2335) MLS 11600211 garage with loft. $209,900. (EX2336) MLS 11600214

484 COUNTY ROAD 9 - HOST: JAMIE YOUMANS Settle down and make a home for your family in this 1 storey, 3 bedroom home tom kitchen with built-in appliances, pantry and work island, under on 1.45 acres close to Napanee. Great features include a large living room with counter lights, and beautiful cupboards. Swim in the pool and hardwood floors, dining room, basement laundry and deck. Nice water view of lounge on the deck. Large rec room with pellet stove. Double the Napanee River. (EX2338) MLS 11600228 garage. $249,900. (EX2340)

Excellent well maintained home with a detached one bedroom apartment over Only minutes from town yet enjoy peace and quiet in this great elegarage with income of $660. per month. Close to 401 and downtown. Featuring cathedral ceiling with open concept, gas fireplace and balcony overlooking liv- vated bungalow. This property features 2 bedrooms up, 1 down, full ing room and dining room. Large balcony off master bedroom with great view finished rec room with a wood stove. Beautifully landscaped yard of the river and sunsets. Very tastefully decorated with many updates. with mature trees. Two separate deeded lots being sold as one par$299,900. (EX2251) MLS 10606726 www.toursrus.ca/georgemitchell.html cel. Don`t miss this one. $197,500. (EX2253) MLS 10606826

3 year old custom built 1478 sq. ft. bungalow. Stone and brick with double garage and veranda. 2 bedrooms up, 1 down. Main floor laundry, 3 full bathrooms, hardwood and ceramic floors, large living room, dining room and kitchen. Full finished basement with gas fireplace. Possible in-law suite. Custom white sheers up and down and kitchen appliances. Lot 67’w x 452’ d. $299,900. (EX2210) MLS 10605937 http://www.toursrus.ca/wademitchell.html

Excellent fieldstone home located on the north edge of Tamworth Village. Features main floor family room with woodstove, large living room with hardwood flooring, one bedroom on the main level, 2 bedrooms up, 1 1/2 baths, closed in sunporch. Beautifully landscaped yard. A must to see. $220,000. (EX2274) MLS 10607432 http://www.toursrus.ca/10607432/tour.htm

4700 CTY. RD. 8 Beautiful century farm house on a well treed property. Great hobby farm poten- Excellent hobby farm on 49 acres. Beautifully renovated home features large tial with 7 acres of land including barn with outbuildings. This 5 bedroom home country kitchen, possible 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, separate in-law suite with 2 has had lots of renovations in the last four years, too many to list. If you are bedrooms and a full bath. The barn features 5 box stalls for your horses, room for cattle and more. Lots to offer and only 10 minutes to town. $344,900. looking for the perfect setting, it is here. $219,900. (EX2279) MLS 10607498 (EX2269) MLS 10607300 www.toursrus.ca/10605188/tour.htm

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Great semi for the first time home buyer or retired couple to live in luxury. This home features 3 bedrooms, 2 up and 1 down, 2 full baths. Flooring is hardwood, ceramic and carpeting. Deck off large eat-in kitchen. Finished rec. room with den. Single attached garage with paved drive. $229,900 (EX2314)

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408 BRIDGE ST. W. Immaculate 2000 sq. ft. solid brick bungalow. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, open concept kitchen and main floor family room with patio doors to large deck. Living room, dining room, main floor laundry, walkout basement with patio, natural gas hook-up for stove and barbecue. Fully fenced back yard and much, much more! $319,900. (EX2145) MLS 10600564 www.toursrus.ca/wademitchell.html

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1223 SOUTH SHORE ROAD 106 DONALD ST. Let’s go fishing, boating and swimming. Prime waterfront bungalow with Make a great start in the New Year with this brick bungalow just out- Well maintained family home in great neighbourhood. Features 3 bedrooms, 1 a walkout basement featuring 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, formal dining side of Napanee. Features include 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room 1/2 baths, hardwood floors, deck off large open kitchen overlooking beautiful Neighbourhood of picturesque homes. Featuring living room 16 x 22 with room with patio door to deck plus a granny suite on the lower level. Deep with hardwood floors, new in ‘08. Eat-in kitchen with appliances landscaped backyard with in-ground pool. Bright rec. room with gas fireplace. fireplace, formal dining room with lots of natural wood, 2 1/2 baths, rec water at dock approximately 7 feet deep. Call to view. $369,000. included, finished walk-out basement, basement laundry, shed. Nothing to do but move in and enjoy. Great value here. $224,900. (EX2301) room with fireplace, single car attached garage, paved drive. $249,900. (EX2303) MLS 10607961 http://toursrus.ca/106donald/tour.htm (EX2313) MLS 10608263 www.toursrus.ca/10605777/tour.htm MLS 10607946 www.toursrus.ca/10606075/tour.htm $209,900. (EX2324) MLS 10608482

Absolute turn key, money making operation. 5 separate buildings, laundromat (14 washers, 12 dryers, 2 bay car wash with all the options, 2 bedroom renovated rental house. A commercial building, rented out and the main house. Great investment. $539,900. (EX2321) MLS 10608417 The laundromat and the car wash can be purchased together for $329,900. (EX2320) MLS 10608416

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Zoning draft plan approval for 175 single family lot and 242 apartment units. Water and sewer is located off Dundas St. in front of the subdivision. $799,000. (EX2255) MLS 10606891

Nice level building lot in quiet village. Great spot for a smaller bungalow as a starter or retirement home. $10,900. (EX2250) MLS 10606725

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The property was used for a laundromat. All hookups are there to reopen for a laundromat. Net-net lease, tenant to pay heat, hydro, water and sewer. $750./month plus utilities. (EX2185) MLS 10605598

A new home for your business! Prime area of downtown. Full potential for second level apartment or offices. Full basement with underground garage, extra lot behind store for parking. $199,900. (EX2322) MLS 10608441

This building consists of a 2 bay garage, sales office, 2 washrooms. The building has not been used after May 6/96. There is an environment report on file that was completed in 1993. This Property is being sold "AS IS". $185,000. (EX2257) MLS 10606938

18 unit apartment building in Napanee. Solid brick, new metal roof and eaves three years ago. New manser siding ‘04. All hot water tanks are owned and have been replaced in the last five years. All balconies redone, most windows replaced. $1,200,000. (EX2289) MLS 10607715

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48 DUNDAS ST. E. Downtown commercial plus 2 bedroom apartment in mint condition. 1400 square feet of retail space. List price $169,900. (EX2237) MLS 10606410

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82 acres on Shermans Point with 332 feet of prime waterfront. Build your dream waterfront home on the secluded wooded lot at the very end of the road. Good possibilities of developing the remaining acreage with 4560 feet of Town Road frontage. Zoned rural with a tiny bit of E.P. GST is applicable. $424,900. (EX2263) MLS 10607039

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VACANT LAND

413.39 feet of prime waterfront on Hay Bay on deep water. Good 2 acre parcel of industrial land cleared and ready to build EXCELLENT WATER FRONT approved for 12 unit apartment. Features boat house, shore well, boat launch. $290,000. on. Water and sewer at the front of the property. Call for more Building includes all engineered plans, or build your dream (EX2221) MLS 10606187 details. $82,900. (EX2019) MLS 10601646 home. Call for more details, GST applicable on the subject property. $225,000. (EX2018) MLS 10601641 42 ACRE PARCEL just north of 401. Will subdivide. (EX793) 67 ACRES OF PRIME WORK LAND. The property backs onto big creek, 1 well on property and older barn. The land could be NICE LEVEL BUILDING LOT in quiet village. Great spot for a BUILD YOU OWN DREAM HOME on this beautiful 63 acre classified as “organic,” no commercial fertilizer has ever been smaller bungalow as a starter or retirement home. $10,900. parcel. Approx. 30 acres of workable and 13 acres of cedar, used on the land. Excellent location to build you dream home! (EX1482) MLS 08606194 pine, and spruce. Remaining is brush. $99,900. (EX2043) Call listing broker for more details! $210,000. (EX1900) MLS 09607004 Excellent water front approved for 12 unit apartment. Building Build your dream home on this beautiful 14 acre parcel with commanding view! Offers a drilled well, cedar rail fences. Frizzell Beautiful level building lot with a nice view. Municipal services includes all engineered plans, or build your dream home. Call for Road is being paved for your driving convenience. $44,900. ready to go. Call for details. $29,900. (EX2305) MLS 10607983 more details, GST applicable on the subject property. $240,000. (EX2021) MLS 10601654 (EX2312) MLS 10608235

There are 2 buildings on the subject property. Sale office (35’ x 24’) 840 sq. ft. The garage is 1190 sq. ft. with two bay doors, used to be a service station. The property is accessible from Adelphi Street and East Street. Excellent development property. $290,000. (EX2256) MLS 10606936 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on the 100’x300’ waterfront on the Long Reach. Deep water for boaters. A must to view. Call listing agent for more details. $210,000. (EX942) MLS 07603258 Excellent building lot close to Sherman’s Point Road access to boat ramp, good well, new in 2006. 2 acres mostly cleared. (EX2020) MLS 10601647

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on the 100' x 300' waterfront on the Long Reach. Deep water for boaters. A must to view. Call George Mitchell for more details. $195,900. (EX1843)


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EXIT REALTY ACCELERATION Real Estate Brokerage Independently Owned & Operated

113 Richmond Blvd., Napanee email: kellyp@exitnapanee.ca

www.exitnapanee.ca

KELLY PERCIVAL Sales Representative

OFFICE 613-354-4800 CELL 613-583-1659

DIR: Centre St. to River Rd., follow to Fire #1232. Close to town. Interior features 4 bedrooms, newer bathroom, new ceramic tile, new breaker panel, laundry, spacious kitchen and living area. $158,900. MLS 10608048

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Beautiful red brick with over 2 acres of property and great water view. Large eat-in kitchen with exposed beams, formal dining room with tongue and groove ceiling. This home has been updated but kept the original character. There is a totally separate 2 bedroom in-law suite with separate entrance. $247,000. MLS 10604365

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Good solid LOT three bedroom home. New high 7 acres to efficiency gas build your furnace, newer dream windows, new home with siding, new new drilled front deck & well & nice new breaker panel. Nice spacious rooms, sunroom off the view of the water. eat in kitchen. Large detached outbuilding. Call to view today. $109,000. MLS 10608082

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TIM BAKER Sales Rep.

Cell 613-453-2502

www.exitnapanee.ca 113 Richmond Blvd. Suite 6, Napanee, Ontario K7R 3Z8 Phone (613)354-4800 Fax (613)354-4804

3114 SWITZERVILLE ROAD Country living at its best and only minutes from town. Beautiful elevated bungalow on just over 2 acres. New steel roof, detached garage and totally renovated lower level. $244,900. (EX2318)

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120 PARK DR., SANDHURST SHORES Where can you get a 3 + 2 bedroom home for this price? This home is ready for a new family. Beautiful waterfront park, family oriented subdivision. Call Marina today to view. $174,400. (EX2267) MLS 10607143

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MARINA SCOURSE Sales Rep.

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED

113 Richmond Blvd., Napanee

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MIKE GORDON

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613-354-4800 CELL

613-329-4266

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1400 sq. ft. 3 bedroom bungalow boasts open concept, cathedral ceiling, hardwood, extra large country kitchen. This property offers 99 acres full of wildlife, 5 acre pond, well treed, ideal property for hunting. Full unspoiled basement with walkout. $289,900. (EX2304) MLS 10607973

3 bedroom bungalow with in-law suite on lower level. 1500 sq. ft. on main floor. Windows and roof updated, F.A. oil and wood combination furnace, large family room to deck that views Hay Bay. Also included is separate deeded lot and school house (132’ x 165’) that runs adjacent to property. $222,000. (EX1584) MLS 08608410

Nice end unit townhouse in very desirable neighbourhood. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Priced to sell. $124,900. (EX2323) MLS 10608472

113 Richmond Blvd., Napanee

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This 2 bedroom, 1 bath, modernized, four season cottage is surrounded by trees and a spectacular view with 120 ft of supreme Bay of Quinte shoreline. Interlocking patio leads to seawall and 60 ft dock to hot spot for bass, walleye, pike, etc. Property is meticulously maintained and boasts gleaming laminate floors, electric fireplace, loads of closets, open concept kitchen and living room., granite top in bathroom, new appliances, large shed. New steel boat lift added in 2009 for larger boats for your family pleasure. $319,900. (EX2281) MLS 10607596 Virtual tour http://www.paradiseonbayofquinte.com

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WATERFRONT Fully furnished, 2 bedroom home on Hay Bay. Great view, great sunsets, great buy at this price. A must to see. Level shoreline. $229,900. (EX2261) MLS 10607031

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Building lot north of Napanee. Quiet setting, well treed, cedar fenced and partially cleared. $18,900. (EX2196) MLS 10605697 2 acre building lot on McKeown NEW PRICE Drive Road. Gradual sloping lot, well treed with newer homes, dead-end street, local traffic. Minimum home to be constructed - 1600 sq. ft., M.F. new survey, well drilled 10 GPM. Entrance and road up to Township standards. Taxes to be assessed. $39,900. (EX1878) MLS 09606622 79 ACRES - ZONED MI - $269,900. - (EX1377)

LITTLE CREEK ROAD Come home to life in the country. Relax in the outdoor sauna as the kids roam 78 acres. Close to town. 5 minutes to 401. $299,000. (EX2233) MLS 10606369

Well maintained family home in great neighbourhood. Features 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, hardwood floors, deck off large open kitchen overlooking beautiful landscaped backyard with in-ground pool. Bright rec. room with gas fireplace. Nothing to do but move in and enjoy. Great value here. $224,900. (EX2301) MLS 10607946 www.toursrus.ca/10606075/tour.htm

WAYNE ELDER

5 bedroom home in need of renovation, being sold as is. Solid structure, large bright rooms, wheelchair access (main floor only). Easy commute to Kingston or Napanee. Granny suite - 1 bedroom, 1 bath and living room. New windows April ‘09, new deck and ramp ‘09, septic tank 5000L ‘05, electric breaker panel (100 AMP) ‘99. Pellet stove heating cost $1500/yr, oil heating $1500-2500. $160,000. (EX2326) MLS 10608531

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EXCELLENT INCOME PROPERTY Solid brick 5-plex minutes from Napanee. 5 separate meters. All tenants pay own utilities. Fully rented as of March 2010. 2 natural gas furnaces. $209,000. (EX2004) MLS 10601407

1209 RUTLEDGE ROAD Spacious and beautifully decorated raised bungalow minutes north of Kingston. Halliday Home. Totally private with professional landscaping. Open kitchen, dining room to large sunroom, hardwood, ceramic and vinyl flooring. 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite. Newly renovated kitchen, partly finished lower level. Immaculate, move-in condition. $274,900. (EX2244) MLS 10606575

3 bedroom cottage on Cedar Lake very private setting. Fully furnished and equipped (turn key). Good clear lake with bass and trout. Non-motorized lake. 15 minutes from 401 or Kingston. A must to see. $108,500. (EX2090) MLS 10603260

5104 LONG SWAMP ROAD Brick bungalow with barn on +140 rolling acres of pasture and reforest (blue spruce/pine/oak/hickory/butternut). Cameron Creek runs through property (39 acres E/P), double garage with workshop, in-ground pool, large sunroom, all appliances. 15 minutes from 401. $299,000. (EX2176) MLS10605342

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JOHN CSalesURepresentative RRAN Cell 613-328-1767

32 years combined selling experience in Napanee and Surrounding Area. Email: jim.stafford@century21.ca Website: century21.ca/jim.stafford

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GREAT STARTER - $73,900. Drive a little - save a lot!! Estate sale in Marlbank Village. Comfortable older home on a nice lot backing onto park area. New furnace 2001. Large combination garage/barn/shop. Immediate possession. (10N367) 10607583

NORTH COUNTRY ESTATE - 165 ACRES Almost new and barely used. This beautiful home is hidden away on a gorgeous wilderness property near Northbrook in the centre of vacation country. A year round home with top quality materials and workmanship. A nature lover’s paradise. Fully forested with lots of trails. Now offered at $299,000. (10N005) 10600047 Virtual Tour: www.obeo.com/jimstafford

21 UNIT MOTOR HOTEL/RESTAURANT Modern style motor hotel consisting of 20 regular rooms and 2 apartment suites plus fully equipped 40 seat restaurant. On heavy traffic Highway #2 with no other similar competitors nearby. Great potential for a great business. Call for details. (11N002) 11600052

IN TOWN STARTER HOME - $169,900. Great value in this all brick bungalow on Second Ave. Easy walk to all town amenities. 3+1 bedrooms, 2 baths. Good original hardwood flooring throughout main floor. Newer furnace and roof shingles. Appliances included. Don’t miss it! (10N302) 10606131

BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 5 TREED ACRES Don’t miss this completely remodelled 2 storey, four bedroom, 3 bath home on a gorgeous lot just outside town. You will love the mature oak, maple and hickory trees. Formal dining room, generous kitchen cabinetry. Newer flooring throughout. This is a spacious home with 2650 sq.ft. plus full basement. $299,000. (10N243) 10604874 Virtual Tour: www.obeo.com/jimstafford

3.18 ACRES CENTRE ST. NORTH This location has the highest traffic exposure and visibility in Napanee. 265 ft. of frontage zoned M-1. An ideal lot for any large business. Call Jim for details. (10N158) 10602745

MUST SELL - $79,900 3 Bedroom home on a pretty lot on outskirts of Tamworth, propane heating plus woodstove. Detached garage. Vacant and ready for immediate possession. (10N347) 10606964

28 ACRES NEAR BELLEVILLE A 6 yr. old home with a fully equipped in-law suite on the main level. Generous maple kitchen cabinetry and lots of maple flooring. Huge partially finished basement with recroom. 70’x70’ timberframe barn in excellent condition with hydro, water, workshop, and horse box stalls. Land is mixed with some bush, open fields and year-round creek. Priced to sell at $339,000. (10N239) 10606478 Virtual Tour - www.obeo.com/jimstafford

IN TOWN WATERFRONT - 424 DUNDAS ST. WEST Join the boating set and still live in town! Large pretty lot with attractive peaceful views. Custom built, 4 level split with top quality finishing throughout. Large kit, formal din rm, 3 large bedrooms, central air, hot tub, fireplace. Real value here! NOW OFFERED AT $344,000. (10N300) 10606103 Virtual Tour: www.obeo.com/jimstafford

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ATTENTION DEVELOPERS AND INVESTORS There really is a 61 acre parcel right in town and directly across the street from all municipal services. 1883 feet road frontage. Elevated location has fantastic views of Napanee. A 4 bedroom limestone home with amazing potential for restoration and a really good 48’x60’ post and beam barn. (10N149) 10602571

This lovely waterfront bungalow on Beaver Lake with spectacular views, sitting on over 200 feet of good clean waterfront has been totally renovated over the last 5 years. Complete with 12X24 Bunkie, garden shed, sauna and roughed-in central vac. This home is priced to sell $299,900. (10N111) MLS 10601854

VACANT LAND IN TOWN NEW WATERFRONT - $49,900. Napanee River vacant watrerfront lot on edge of town Dundas St. W. 157 ft. of good usable shoreline. All municipal services are nearby. (11N001) 11600050 NICE LOT BUTTERMILK FALLS RD. Great location on pleasant rural road with upscale newer homes in area. 1.3 acres. Level partially treed setting. Good new well and survey. $29,000. (9N349) 09607142

CENTRAL NAPANEE $97,900. Great central location on full size town lot near the public and high schools. 2+1 bedrooms, gas hot water heating. Currently has a long term tenant. Call Jim for details. (10N362) 10607499

FOR YOUR NEW HOME! A 2.71 acre lot with 504 feet frontage and fully treed. Already surveyed and has a strong well already to go. One of the nicer lots we know of. $39,000. (10N187) 10603419

5 MINUTES FROM TOWN - $149,900. A great starter home with immediate occupancy. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, full basement with recroom and walkout. Gas furnace and central air. Nice oak kitchen. Pretty 1.14 acre lot. A real deal. (10N332) 10606536

BUTTERMILK FALLS RD - LOT Nice 3.79 acre lot on quiet country road in Forest Mills area. Level lot partially treed. New survey. Good new well. $35,000. (9N347) 09607138 2 SIX ACRE LOTS $49,900 EACH Prime building lots in the Selby area. Ideal for your dream home and easy commuting distance to Kingston or Napanee. All surveyed. Wells to be installed by seller. (10N299) 10606059 COUNTY ROAD 9- BUILDING LOT 5 Acre Building lot close to Hay bay and overlooking Kaiser Lake Farms. Deeded access to the water and boat launch which are just 3 minutes away. $40,000. (10N231) MLS 10604585

ENJOY A CAREFREE LIFESTYLE with this beautiful condo along the river. 3 bedrooms or can be 2 bedrooms plus large den or studio. Meticulously maintained and decorated, this home shows off the pride of ownership indicated. Popular ground level location. All newer appliances and newer windows and doors. Now offered at $194,900. (10N318) 10606351


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Property located North Shore Hay Bay across from boat ramp. Newly decorated, new roof, new garage doors w/openers, paved driveway and gravel driveway to backyard. Large rec room w/professional bar. Fenced in yard. Many extras including garage is R-20 insulated. Call John or Anne at 613-354-4857 or cell 613-532-6614

Welcome to this century home that exudes warmth & charm with its original baseboards, light fixtures and combination of hardwood & pine plank flooring. It is family ready with 3 BR, 2BTH, DR,LV, FM, mnfl. LA, mud room & sunroom. The oversize lot has a double heated gar.,shed, deck & patio area. Walk to shop or rec.! Quick possession possible! Asking $234,500. MLS速 10607080

CHERYL MONK

ProAlliance Realty, Brokerage Independently Owned and Operated

Showcase of Homes Motel on 1.37 acres just off a 401 exit and close to Hwy 2 has huge potential for growth. 8 rentable rooms, an office, garage and living accomodations. Motel is in great shape, property is nicely landscaped. Water and sewer are close to property. MLS10606245. This property also has potentail for developement with parcel MLS10606318

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INDUSTRIAL LAND

Development Land with 401 exposure. Property is zoned M-1 and has stream, pond. There is an unusable barn on the property, an unopened road allowance. Property has approx. 900 ft frontage on Hwy 2 with potential of a commercial rezone. Full service at the road. MLS10606318. This property butts MLS10606245

Sales Representative 640 Cataraqui Woods Drive, Kingston, ON K7P 2Y5 office 613-384-1200 cell 613-328-2088

CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN

Duplex has lots of potential. Front part of the house has large open concept kitchen/dining room, spacious living room. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms, bathroom and laundry. I bedroom apt. at the rear of building with separate entrance. Large fenced back yard with lots of room for parking. $169,000. MLS 10608372

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In a prime location, this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home is ready to move in. Home features finished lower level, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, main floor den, oak kitchen, dining room with garden door to the spacious deck with awning, gazebo and hot tub. Fully fenced yard with a storage shed and play structure. $279,000. MLS 10607782

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www.92mainstreet.com

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-Waterfront on Bay of Quinte - 3 bdrm, 3 bathrooms - Walk-out basement $324,900.

- Beautiful red brick Victorian - 3 bdrm, 1.5 bathrooms - Large fenced yard $159,900.

- 3 bedroom, 1 bath - Nicely updated and decorated - Large fenced yard $209,900.

www.6126countyroad9.com

www.89greenstreet.com

- Large country lot - Unspoiled view of Hay Bay - Winterized 1 bedroom cottage $149,900.

- Solid brick home - 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms - Large fenced yard w/deck $129,900.

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- 3+1 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms - Attached 2-car garage -$245,900.

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- 3 bedroom, 1 bath main house - 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment - Large yard $119,900.

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Robert Storring Broker

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

See at www.storringrealestate.on.ca

L ANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED

Beverley Street, Napanee Phase 5 Beverley Street is Quickly Coming To An End!

HURRY IN... ONLY 4 3 HOMES LEFT!

PRICE REDUCED Picture the cozy living rm with fireplace burning brightly & separate dining rm. for family feasts, Erinsville home has 4 bedrooms, up to date open kit, 2 baths, main floor study could be master bdrm with ensuite. Detached garage with workshop. NOW $115,500. MLS 10608201

MAKE AN OFFER! Great home in Mountain Grove is looking for a new occupant. Updated windows, paint refreshed, large lot with garden area. 2bdrms & bath up, eatin kit & living rm down. The garage has been converted to a comfy Bunkie. $81,500. MLS 10608431

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SHEFFIELD LAKE, 3+ acres, with over 500ft shoreline, well wooded, road in, hydro available. High shoreline for great views, down access, deep water swimming. $99,900.

BELLEVILLE HOME Located in a desirable area close to mall & services. Bungalow features close to 1400 sq ft, 2 bdrms, 2 baths, huge living rm & dining rm. Unfinished basement awaits your touch. Available immediately $249,900.

WOODED RETREAT & CABIN, 23 acres, offers large pond, lots of woods, trails through, all year access, hydro available and a storage building to convert to a getaway cabin. Includes access to Sheffield Lake. $54,900.

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WATERFRONT SPECIAL 3 BRs, 2 fireplaces, finished basement and Priced to Sell at $349,900. MLS# 10605920

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www.cindyhaggerty.com OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-3PM

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www.511Glennelm.com

www.357PalaceRd.com

Hwy 41 Noth, Left on Cty Rd 12, Left on Pinegrove, Left on Glennelm Rd

Just off Centre Street on Palace Rd.

✶ NEW LISTING ✶ * 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Move In Ready - Large Intown Lot * Detached single Car Garage * $169,900

* New Home * 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Open Concept, Vaulted ceilings * $389,900

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 1-3PM

www.7763Highway33.com

www.112ThomasSt.com Located across from the court house

CINDY HAGGERTY Broker / Owner cell: * 3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths * Original trim & Woodwork * Large deck & detached garage * $229,900

613-540-2116

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www.161CharlesSt.com

613-539-2120

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * 1.12 Acres with Waterview * Many new updates * $264,900

www.703FitchettRd.com

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

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613-354-5435

* 2 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths * Full Finished basement with rec.room * Detached Single Car Garage * $152,500

www.napaneefinesthomes.com ** Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated.

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Hardwood & Ceramic throughout * Custom Oak Kitchen * $255,000

www.53MainSt.com

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www.102HuffmanRd.com

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* 5 bedrooms & 3 Baths * New Windows, Floors * Detached Double Garage * $254,900

* Executive Bungalow * 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * 3 Bay heated garage * $349,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Newer Furnance, Windows & Central Air * Large intown lot * $222,500

* 5 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * 99 Acres of Prime Agricultural Land * Huge Country Kitchen & Updated cupboards * $489,900

* 4 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths * Timber Frame Estate * 3800Sq Ft of Living Space * $479,900

www.315NevillePointRd.com

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* Waterfront on Beaver Lake * 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * 2000 sq ft. of livingspace * $329,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Family Room, Living Room & Study * Formal Dining Room & Large Kitchen * $289,900

* 5+3 Bedrooms & 3 Baths * Over 2200 SqFt of main living space * 3 Bedroom walkout inlaw suite on lower level * $359,900

www.11CentreSt-102.com

www.1SlashRd.com

www.183SecondSt.com

www.48JohnsonStr.com

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* 3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Updated Century Home * Attached Garage, Village of Bath * $169,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths * Hardwood Floors & Oak Kitchen * Finished lower level * $214,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms * Open concept, Cherry Kitchen * Backyard Oasis * $349,900

www.2382CountyRd11.com

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* 2 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Waterfront Condo * Close to everything * $159,900

* 4 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths * Cape Cod Style Home * View of the River * $234,900

* 3+1 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Attached Double Garage * Large Lot * $189,900

3 Bedrooms & 1 Bath * Commercial income with garage * Sun Room & Large Lot * $175,000

www.28CardiffLn.com

www.1021MurphyRd.com

www.5180CountyRd41.com

www.199SimcoeSt.com

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* Executive Waterfront * 4 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths * Porcelain & Hickery Floors * $399,900

* 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths * Large Open Concept Rooms * In-ground pool and hot tub * $289,900

*3 Bedrooms & 1.5 Baths * Single Attached & Double Detached Garage * Outbuildings & 2.42 Acres * $169,900

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Dining Room: Size________________ Flooring_______________ Family Room { } yes { } no Size___________________ # of Bedrooms & Sizes _______________________________ # of Bathrooms _____________________________________ Condition/Special Features_____________________________ __________________________________________________ Closet Space { } adequate { } inadequate { }ample Basement: { } finished { } unfinished size:_______________ Laundry Room: Size__________ appliances______________ Air Conditioning: { } central { } individual Which rooms? ________________ Type of Heating ________________________________________ Extras/special Features (pool, wet bar, fireplaces, etc.) __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________

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This 2600 sq.ft. custom built 3+2 bedroom, 2-car garage home is sure to impress! Open concept maple kitchen with large island with built-in wet bar opens onto a spacious dining area/great room with 17` ceilings, floor-t0-ceiling stone gas fireplace; french doors to separate large formal dining area; bedroom/den with access to powder room; oak/cherry hardwood and ceramic tiles throughout. Upstairs features 3 bedrooms, large master with cathedral ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and ensuite with jacuzzi tub and corner shower, laundry room and a loft living area overlooking the great room. Lower level is fully finished with theatre room, 4th bath, 2 bedrooms and lots of storage space. Fully fenced yard with play structure. Asking $449,900. (J04) MLS 11600116

Immaculate 2263 sq. ft. 3 + 1 bedroom with a fully H o st : S h a nn o n G r e e n, finished walk out basement in highly desired S al es R e p . neighbourhood. Beautifully finished throughout with hardwood floors, Berber carpet and ceramic tile. Enjoy a fire in your comfy living room or entertain in your private dining room. Master ensuite with jacuzzi tub, 9` ceilings on all floors, gourmet kitchen and stainless appliances and a compete home sound system for music in every room! 3.5 baths with guest room ensuite. Oversized 2 car garage with upper mezzanine for storage. Oversized lot close to schools and community centre. $404,900. (H174) MLS 10608032

230 SIMCOE STREET, NAPANEE Good starter or retirement home in great area of town. Large fenced yard. 2+ bedrooms. Close to schools and fairgrounds. Full unfinished basement, central air. New gas furnace and newer roof. Completely redecorated top to bottom. Immediate possesion. Asking $155,900 (H139) MLS 10606250

468 CAMDEN ROAD Great 3 bedroom home on extra large lot with excellent landscaping. Single car garage, Florida room and large deck at rear. Fully finished all 3 floors with nothing to do. All updates such as new windows, roof and much , much more so well appointed in and out its a must to see. $234,900. (H177) MLS 10608101

This bungalow features 3+2 bedrooms with finished walk out lower level, 3 full baths, newer flooring, roof and paint within the last few years. Close to 3000 +/- finished square feet of living space, large windows throughout, great open floor plan, large family room w/fireplace, a huge master with ensuite with jacuzzi tub and two sets of doors out to the amazing wrap around deck. All sitting on a picturesque 1 acre lot with custom decking with a unique bridge leading to the above ground pool with new liner in 07`! Only 7 mins north of the 401 and 20mins to Kingston or Napanee. Call today! Asking $239,900. (H176) MLS 10608071

144 MILLIGAN LANE, NAPANEE This 2576 square foot building was currently operating and established as a garage/car lot. All equipment still available and negotiable with purchase. Solid steel building on a slab with steel roof and parking for 30 +/cars. warehouse has 2091 sq. ft. with 16` ceilings and a 14` x 14` and 12` x 8` overhead doors. Front office has 485 sq. ft. zoned business park with multiple permitted uses. Asking $239,900. (H184) MLS 10608421

1463 LOWER SLASH ROAD This 2200 sq. ft. 4 bedroom home features 3.5 baths, large open kitchen with huge island, large master with ensuite, full finished basement with separate entrance with 2 bedrooms, full bath and large living area. 10` x 40` overlooks your 1.75 acre lot. 24` x 48` insulated garage with separate electrical panel. immediate possession. Asking $269,900. (H179) MLS 10608188

Welcome to this 6th generation Family home originally built in 1885! Completely restored and renovated to todays standards but still maintaining its historic qualities. Large home addition includes a generous inlaw potential suite with a full sunroom. Newly updated antique kitchen overlooking the open concept living room and dining room area including 9` ceilings. 3 large full bathrooms. 3 heat sources including a newer forced air furnace, 2 newer pellet stoves, and a newer oil stove. Large newer windows throughout the entire home. Freshly repainted roof. Sitting on a very picturesque private 12.5 acre lot, enjoy views of goose creek running though your land. One of a kind! $349,900. (H173) MLS 10607956

6652 WHEELER STREET Don`t be deceived this house is larger than it looks and is move in ready! Features 2+2 bedrooms but could be converted back to 3 bedrooms up. Two full baths, fresh paint and newer floors, large bright kitchen, formal dining room, bright and airy living room large master with wall to wall closets and a fully finished basement. And check out the huge games/family room with gas fireplace and double patio doors that lead you directly out to the gorgeous fenced in-ground pool. This house is perfect for entertaining! $219,900. (H172) MLS 10607967

3781 COUNTY ROAD 9 4 year old open concept home on 5 acres 13 miles from town. Full length veranda both front & back. New oversized heated garage. Cathedral ceilings. 2 bedrooms plus huge 3rd bedroom loft. Great value. Listed at $214,900. (H170) MLS 10607792

1132 MORRE RD., CENTRAL FRONTENAC 134 GREEN STREET, DESERONTO Cozy 2 bedroom 1.5 storey home featuring large living and dining room area, good sized kitchen, large master bedroom & bathroom, and workshop. Upgrades include new bathroom, newer windows, newer roof, vinyl siding, updated electrical, newer deck and 3 season sunroom. Asking $98,500. (J06) MLS 11600175

Unique home with approx 6.5 acres off the grid north of Kingston, lots of privacy, 12 years old. This open concept elevated bungalow features 2 living spaces, upstairs has a large kitchen, living rm, full bath and 2 bedrooms and the lower level offers a kitchen, living area, dining area and full bath and 1 bedroom, wheelchair accessible, Both levels are bright and spacious. Wired with 200 amp service, that runs on generator and solar panels. This property is across the road from second depot lake. Asking $224,900. (J05) MLS 11600171

2488 COUNTY ROAD 6 71 WATER STREET, NAPANEE $164,900 Napanee Duplex within walking distance to downtown. 2+2 bedrooms with separate meters and newer gas furnace. Many updates over the last four years including, new insulation in attic, all new laminate floors upstairs, paint up and down, new windows, newer gas furnace, newer kitchen on main level and galvanized plumbing recently replaced. Metal roof, refinished hardwood on main level and a single car attached garage. Call for more info. $159,900. (H143) MLS 10608288

46 FLYNN ROAD, TWEED

1125 MOSCOW ROAD Older 5 generation home sitting on 80 acres of land near Varty Lake. 10,000 sq. ft. storage barn. Large workshop and tool shed. Newer oil and wood furnace with new oil tank. Great for bed and breakfast, also for storage in this large barn. Much much more. (H180) $435,000. MLS 10608335

101 CHESTERFIELD DR., AMHERSTVIEW Attention first time buyers or retirees! This elevated bungalow is move in ready and features a newer kitchen and bath, newer gas furnace and central air and a newer roof within the last few years. Large deck, fully fenced 66` x 100` yard with mature trees and a detached garage. Finished lower level with fireplace and large storage area. Seperate dining room could be converted back to a third bedroom. Asking $189,900. (H168) MLS 10607742

8 PINE GROVE ROAD Beautiful 3 + 1 bedroom home just minutes from town. Extra large kitchen with many extras. Sunken family room and rec room in lower area. this home could have 5 bedrooms by using the office on the main level. Half acre lot, gazebo, 2 car garage, 2 1/2 baths and in an excellent location. $275,000. (H134)

Ho s t: Pa ula B ev e ns Rut te r, Sa le s Re p. 2227 COUNTY ROAD 11, SELBY Wonderful 3 bedroom family home located 5 minutes from Napanee. Many recent improvements. Built-in appliances, pellet stove, fireplace, garage, workshop and low maintenance yard are only a few of the features this home has to offer. This home is larger inside than it looks from the outside and is well worth a look! Asking $164,900. (H186) MLS 11600047

86 BAYVIEW DRIVE 4675 COUNTY ROAD 9 Unbelievable deep waterfront property. Custom build 3 bedroom with panoramic view of Hay Bay. Open concept with cathedral ceilings. Oversized garage with heated workshop. Ceramic & hardwood flooring. Balcony & decking facing the water. Very private. Call to view. $469,900. (H167) MLS 10607679

14 THOMAS ST E, NAPANEE Good duplex near downtown and schools. 1-4 bedroom, 1 bachelor. Some upgrades. Bachelor rented for $750.00 month. $157,900. (H165) MLS 10607544

NEW PRICE 648 COUNTY RD 15, TAMWORTH Just like new! This 4 year old home shows complete pride of ownership! 2+1 bedrooms, 2 full baths, gorgeous large kitchen with island/breakfast bar, open concept living area, partly finished basement with separate entrance, 1 1/2 car garage, great 8 g.p.m. well, all on a 3.75 acre manicured lot with large deck and above ground pool! 15 mins to Napanee. $224,900. (H147) MLS 10608446

Ryan Burns

Year round home on North Shore Hay Bay! This all brick bungalow is larger than it looks! Features 3 bedrooms plus a den, 3 baths, master w/ensuite, open concept layout with lots of large windows and patio doors to see those amazing views! Fully finished walkout lower level with recroom, tons of storage and separate hot tub room. Attached 1 car garage in front, rear garage for toys or workshop, separate 1 1/2 car detached garage and a carport. Huge deck for entertaining, level lot, clean shoreline, mature trees and so much more! Immediate possession available. $299,900. (H161) MLS 10607431

1246 BRIDGE STREET WEST Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 storey home just minutes from town. Sitting on four acres with pool and so many extras. All rooms are formal for formal entertaining. This house has a very private setting with long treed drive a must to see. New geo-thermal heating, new carpet, living and dining room. New deck at pool side. Asking $420,000. (H120) MLS 10608007

1901 COUNTY RD. 9 Lovely limestone 3 bedroom on the shores of the Bay of Quinte, 5 miles from Napanee. Level shoreline, large living and dining room, modern built-in appliances in kitchen. Enjoy the sunsets from you oversized deck. Mature trees. Call to view. Asking $234,900. (J03) MLS 11600112

536 PARK RD, VARTY LAKE Newer waterfront home only 2 years old. I.C.F. home from ground up. New detached garage. Home has a great view of the lake. Close to Kingston and Napanee. Home has many decks at each level great for entertaining and party. All appliances and much more to offer. A must to see. $439,000. (H146) MLS 10606684

386 MCEWEN DR., KINGSTON Exquisitely finished bungalow where virtually everything is new. All new windows, new walkway & porch, immaculately finished hardwood floors. Gorgeous new custom kitchen, main floor washroom w/ custom porcelain standup shower and ceramic floor & new fixtures. Newly finished lower level w/ sep entrance. Asking $259.000. (H182) MLS 10608386

939 CLEARFIELD CRES., KINGSTON Attention 1st time home buyers! This west end semi features 3 large bedrooms, 1.5 baths, a full finished recroom with sauna and shower, central vac, central air, garage with inside entry to the house, oversized deck off dining area to large fully fenced yard with mature trees. Updates include: ceramic in kitchen, upper bath and front foyer (`07/`08), berber carpet upstairs (`07), front windows (`07), front walk (`05), and roof (`02). Asking $213,900. (H183) MLS 10608395

16 HAMILTON ST. KINGSTON Updated 1.5 storey close to Queen`s and Downtown. 3 bedrooms on main floor with large kitchen and living room currently rented for $1,500/mth inclusive with 2nd floor bachelor suite currently rented for $800/mth inclusive. Both apartments leased until April 30, 2011 by Queen`s Students. Laminate floors throughout, newer metal roof, newer furnace, vinyl siding, updated electrical panel & plumbing, newer front porch with parking at rear. Asking $227,900. (H185) MLS 10608535

9 CENTRE ST. UNIT 103 Ground level 3 bedroom condominium unit facing the Napanee River. Newly painted and shampooed and ready for you. Close to downtown and golf course. A must to see. Asking $184,500. (H160) MLS 10607370

106 THOMAS STREET Great location for this commercial property. Needs renovations but 2 rented apartments will pay the mortgage. Call to view. $179,900. (H145) MLS 10606646

39 ALFRED STREET, NAPANEE Newly Renovated 3+1 bedroom home on a family friendly street within minutes to the library, downtown and waterfront park. 3 baths, 2 car attached garage, main floor laundry, patio doors to good sized yard, with deck and built in hot tub! Fully finished recroom and new gas furnace! Great value here! $234,900. (H142)


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COMPOUND BOW, reflex charger by Hoyt, $850, like new, shot approximately 20 times, less than 1 year old, includes hard case, quiver, arrows, a release, bow has true glow sites. 613-531-2328. DROLET PEDESTAL wood stove, complete with ash drawer, heats 1,800 sq ft, $450. Call 613-372-2549. FIREWOOD,CUT/SPLIT, $225 per cord, delivery extra, Shannonville. Call 613966-1146. FURNACE OIL tank, manufactured in 2006, excellent condition, $270. Call 613813-4147. HUSQVARNA 10” ice auger, good condition, $250. Call 613-373-9354.

SOFTENING WITHOUT salt? Ask Norm at Water Source (formerly Water Treatment Warehouse). 613-968-6256, Toll Free 1888-328-8574 www.safepurewater.com

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

ANIMAL COMMUNICATION workshop with Lauren Bode. If only your pet could tell you why it has training problems, about its health concerns, what it likes and needs, why it has problem behaviour, what it feels about you and the family. Lauren is an international animal communicator and speaker. This one day basic workshop will get you started on a path to better communication between you and your pet, whether a horse, dog, cat or exotic. At Pet Panache, 21 Dundas Street East, Napanee, Sunday, February 20th, 10am5pm. Cost: $200 per person (light lunch included). Participation is limited to 15. To register call 613-354-9171. Registration deadline, January 31st (to ensure that mom and dad get Lauren’s undivided attention, we ask that all pets remain in the comfort of their home). Check out Lauren’s web site at www.animaltalk.ca AT LUV-A-K9, obedience, puppy, manners, agility, RallyO, conformation. Register, 389-2895 www.luv-a-k9.com GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, 4 males, 4 females, ready to go to their new homes January 15, 2011, first shots and deworming completed, $600, parents on site. 613-476-6888.

NEW APPLIANCES

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APPLIANCES FOR SALE FRIDGE AND 24” stove, good condition, $75 each or best offer. Call 613-532-3672.

NEW and USED APPLIANCES USED REFRIGERATORS

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

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

SMITTY’S APPLIANCES LTD. 969-0287 FARM DRY HARD mixed stove wood, cut and split, delivered by 1/2 ton box full. Call for pricing, 613-358-2046. HAY FOR sale. Call 613-354-5562, leave message. HOARD’S LIVESTOCK auction every Tuesday, For marketing and trucking information, call Murray Jackson, 354-6713. SELBY CREEK Stables, boarding, training, lessons (English and Western), leasing, few spots available for February, indoor and outdoor riding facilities, fulltime care, the best for you and your horse, 5 minutes from Napanee. 613-388-2457. SPRAY PAINTING, roofs and sides, screwnailing steel roofs, 5” and 6” seamless eavestroughs, soffits, facia and gutter guard installed or delivered, free estimates . 1-877-490-9914. WANTED TO buy, large round or square bales of mixed alfalfa required, grass hay suitable for bedding also required. Call 613-378-6632. WOODLOT OWNERS. We buy standing timber logs, hardwood and soft, firewood and pulp. Free evaluation and dollar estimate, over 30 years of proven service in the area. Call collect, 613-358-2370.

9 TON float, $2,800. Call 613-813-4147.

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT 1,000 SQ ft plus, Dundas Street space available, ideal location, available February 1st. Call Brian for details, 613-384-8461.

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

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

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

613-354-6641, Ext. 105

The Napanee Beaver AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, Napanee, 500 sq ft office unit/professional, plenty of parking. Call 613-849-3146.

LEGAL OFFICE-MEDICAL-DENTAL

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Now looking for quality tenant(s) for anchor facility near downtown Napanee. • Build to suit • Sizes from 500 to 10,000 sq ft • Close to your clients • Lots of parking CALL WILL 613-389-5702 e-mail: willrhodgskiss@aol.com

MOORE BROS. Water softeners, water purifiers and filtering systems. Free water test, free installation. Salt available. 3545516. STATIONERY SUPPLIES. Our front office has a variety of office supplies, wedding invitations and accessories, table paper, business cards, address labels, rubber stamps and Trodat stamps. If what you require is not in stock, we will be glad to order the item for you. The Napanee Beaver, 354-6641, ext. 101.

NAPANEE RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL, storefront, Dundas Street, prime location, 950 sq ft, plus storage basement. Call 613-539-4847. NAPANEE, DOWNTOWN boutique retail/ professional office space, approximately 420 sq ft, large display window, prime location, $450 inclusive. 613-354-4840. NAPANEE, RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL storefront, downtown, high traffic count location, approximately 1,600 sq ft 1st floor, approximately 650 sq ft 2nd floor, prime location, ample parking. 613-354-4840.

DOWNTOWN NAPANEE

• Tons of parking • Convenient to your customers and downtown • Sizes from 500 to 10,000 sq ft • Rents from $400 and up • Automotive uses • Auto glass shop • Fabricator • Small dents repair • Welder • Sign shop • Used cars • Other

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FOR RENT ASSISTED LIVING, rooms currently available for seniors, Sherwood Manor, 231 Dundas Street West. 354-6446, 354-0038. ATTENTION SENIORS, 2 bedrooms in The Campbell House, handicap accessible, $1,050 includes utilities, satellite (200 channels), air conditioning, appliances, coin laundry, garbage removal, parking, no smoking in building, no large dogs, first/last. 613-532-3672. BACHELOR APARTMENT, main floor, close to downtown Napanee, $450 plus hydro. Call 613-388-9280. BACHELOR APARTMENT, $550 monthly, first/last, no pets, Deseronto, available January 15th. Call 613-396-8656. DESERONTO, 1 bedroom house apartment, excellent location, porch, appliances, private porch, downtown area, suitable for senior or single, $650 plus hydro. 613-539-4847. DESERONTO, 2 bedrooms, 2nd floor apartment in security building, balcony and view of Bay of Quinte, $850 monthly includes all utilities, garbage, air conditioning, parking, available immediately, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613-561-7956. DESERONTO, 1 or 2 bedroom apartment, immediate possession. Call 613-396-1962. FIVE BEDROOM house, 7 minutes north of Napanee, $1,575 plus hydro. Call 613378-6560. FOUR BEDROOM 2 storey brick home in Napanee, attached double garage with loft, $1,475 monthly plus utilities. 613-539-1433. LARGE 1 bedroom apartment, first/last and references, $685 inclusive, available February 1st. Call 613-546-3858. LARGE 1 bedroom apartment, $800, available February 1st, no pets, no smoking, references. Call 613-308-9218. LARGE 2 bedroom apartment, adults, excellent condition, non-smoking, no pets, first/last, references. 613-354-4739. LARGE 2 bedroom, 2nd floor apartment, front and rear decks, large rooms and lots of storage space, $750 monthly plus heat and hydro, water/sewer and parking are included, first/last and references required, no dogs, available immediately. 613-561-7956. NAPANEE, 1 bedroom apartment, ground floor, parking, in downtown core, first/last and references required, $675 inclusive. 613-354-1524. NAPANEE, 2 bedroom apartment in adult building, fridge/stove, references, $850 inclusive. Call 613-876-1320. NAPANEE, 2 bedroom apartment, renovated, including washer, dryer, non-smoking, adult building, $900 plus. Call 613354-2461. NAPANEE, 3 bedroom apartment, downtown area, 2 bathrooms, office, appliances included, excellent condition, $850 plus utilities, (approximately $250 monthly), non-smoking, no pets. 613-539-4847. NAPANEE, 3 bedroom home, downtown area, parking, appliances, excellent condition, non-smoking, no pets, references required, $900 plus heat/hydro. 613-5394847.

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NAPANEE, ADULT building, very quiet, 1 bedroom, non-smoking, parking, laundry facility, first/last, references, available immediately. 613-546-6868. NAPANEE, QUIET adult building, 1 bedroom plus den, lower unit, $825 includes hydro, water, heat, parking, first/last, references required, available immediately, non-smoking, no pets. 613-354-1875. NEWBURGH, LARGE 1 bedroom apartment, 2nd floor, fridge/stove, parking, no laundry, quiet, $650 inclusive. 613-3782299. ONE BEDROOM granny suite in house, 42 Isabella East, $775 includes utilities, satellite (200 channels), air conditioning, appliances, parking, finished storage area basement, no smoking, no dogs, quiet area, first/last, must provide excellent, verifiable references. 613-532-3672. ONE BEDROOM apartment, ground level, parking, fridge/stove, senior or professional person, no smoking, no pets, very quiet, $600 monthly plus hydro. 613539-0176. ONE BEDROOM apartment, just out of Napanee, $650, all inclusive. Call 613354-0279 or cell, 613-331-1279. SEMI-ATTACHED, 3 bedrooms, 2 storey, Napanee, newly renovated, washer and dryer facility, no smoking, 2 car parking, $1,350, includes heat and water, hydro not included. 613-561-3097. SHARED ACCOMMODATION, 2 bedrooms, furnished, preferably male, share phone, satellite, internet and hydro, reasonable rent, available immediately. 613354-2963. SOUTH SHORE Hay Bay, 2 bedroom basement apartment, wood floors, 4 appliances, free phone and satellite, big yard, private entrance, parking, $850 plus 1/2 heat, 1/2 hydro. 613-354-4489. THREE BEDROOM apartment with private entrance and yard, available March 1st, $800 monthly plus heat and hydro, water/sewer and parking are included, first/last and references required, no dogs. 613-561-7956. TWO BEDROOM apartment, 10 minutes from Napanee, clean, modern building, large living room, fridge/stove included, parking, $750 plus utilities, first/last, nonsmoking building, no dogs, available January 15th. 613-388-2695. TWO BEDROOMS, 1 1/2 bath, downtown area, $650 monthly plus heat and hydro. Call 613-354-3932. TWO BEDROOM walkup apartment in historical Old Post Office, $775 includes utilities, satellite (200 channels), air conditioning, appliances, coin laundry, garbage removal, parking, no smoking, no dogs, first/last, quiet building, must provide excellent, verifiable references. 613-532-3672. TWO BEDROOM second floor apartment, first/last, 2 references, $775 plus hydro, available immediately. Call 613-354-7084. TWO BEDROOM apartment, $875, all inclusive, first/last required, no dogs; 1 bedroom, $675, all inclusive, first/last required, no dogs. 613-354-3851. TWO BEDROOM apartment, $775 monthly, first/last required, 151 Industrial Blvd. Napanee, no dogs. Call 613-354-2069.

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

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE COUNTRY STORE fully equipped with large 6 bedroom living quarters, double garage and workshop, no competition, financing at 3.9% interest, $73,900. Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. Brokerage, 613-272-5155.

REAL ESTATE WANTED TOP CASH price paid for acreage, waterfront and country homes. Gerry Hudson, 613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Rideau Town & Country Realty Ltd. Brokerage, 613-272-5155.

WANTED TO BUY CASH FOR your silver! Do you have broken or unbroken silver? I’ll buy at top price. It’s hard now to find someone who buys silver, but to me it is the top thing. All silver will be checked, weighed and quoted. Call James, 613-308-9206.

EMPLOYMENT WANTED FURNACE CLEANING, experienced gas tech, certified and licenced, seniors rates. Call 354-3192. MADE TO measure, sewing and alterations by Pauline, Napanee. Call 613-354-9706. PS RENOVATIONS, drywall, framing, bathrooms, trim, hardwood and ceramic floors, roofing, painting. Call Bob, 613-354-2732. RENOVATIONS, REPAIRS, carpentry, drywall, ceramic, hardwood, laminate flooring, painting, windows and doors, roofing, etc. Free estimates, John, 3543671; cell, 613-561-1621. WE CLEAN homes, offices, windows and carpets, free estimates. Call 613-3965258 or 613-483-5290.

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MAID 4 YOU Hiring house cleaner at $11 hour, car mileage extra. Up to 26 hours weekly. Must have car, insurance and clean CPIC.

Heather - 613-331-1417 PART-TIME MEDICAL secretary, pleasant demeanor and computer experience essential. Please e-mail resume to Dr. Robertson, robertdi8@hotmail.com

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HEALTH & WELLNESS BECOMING A Better Human Being. Buddhist teachings and meditation at the continuing drop-in classes every Monday night, 7pm-8:30pm, Serendipity Studios, 6 Mill Street East, Napanee, corner of Centre and Mill Streets. 613-544-1568. www.kuluta.org By donation. Everyone welcome. YOGA SPECIAL: 11 classes for $99 +free Reiki session, Wednesday/ Thursday, 6:30pm, 601 Palace Road. 613-354-2119.

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CARDS OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere gratitude to my relatives, friends and neighbours for your love and support during James Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s recent passing. Your comforting words, your prayers, your many acts of kindness and visits to The John Parrott Centre will never be forgotten. Thank you to all who brought food, sent flowers, gave charitable donations and mass offerings in Jamesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; memory and travelled long distances to honour James. My thanks to Dr. Sloan for providing many years of medical care and attention to James. To the wonderful staff of Cedar Grove at The John Parrott Centre, my deepest appreciation for the sensitive and compassionate care that you always gave so willingly to James and the kindness shown to me. Thank you to the Catholic Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s League of the Church of the Assumption for the lovely luncheon, to the Knights of Columbus for their prayers and to Lindsey Hannah and his staff at Wannamaker-Hannah Funeral Homes for their professionalism and caring. Special thanks to Fr. Rod McNeill, Fr. Peter Murphy, Fr. Charles McDermott and Deacon Eric Lawson who concelebrated the Mass of Christian Burial and provided so much spiritual support. Thank you to the participants of the liturgy, the altar servers, the readers, the musicians, the gift bearers, the greeters and for the words of remembrance. I also wish to express my heartfelt gratitude to the pallbearers and the honorary pallbearers. James would have been proud and grateful to have his â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; participate in his final liturgy. It was beautiful. We have been so blessed with all your love and support. The kindness shown to me during this difficult time will be forever remembered. Aileen Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill. I would like to express my sincere appreciation to my family, friends, relatives and co-workers for your support at the death of my brother Donald Mack. Thank you for your love, caring and acts of kindness. Margaret Brooks.

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One day workshop where you complete this oil painting. Held at the Roblin Hall on Sunday January 23, 2011, 9:30am - 4pm. No experience necessary. For more information, call 613-345-0957 or email arts1@bell.net TOLE PAINTING classes starting January 24th, 26th or 27th for Beginners and Intermediates, 1 day seminar in oils and acrylics. Open by appointment for supplies, raw wood pieces, paints, brushes, books and packets. No HST. Call Penny Allison, 613-388-2449.

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Charles McCutcheon and Jennifer Kennelly along with big sister Jade are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of Madison Mae McCutcheon born September 6, 2010 at 2:28 p.m. weighing 6 lbs 13 oz and 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Tom Kennelly of Bath, Darlene Kennelly of Napanee, Brian and Julie McCutcheon of Napanee. Proud great-grandparents are Garry and Patricia Heffernan of Picton, Jean of Napanee, and Charles of Shannonville. Mommy, Jade and Madison would like to thank Daddy for taking such good care of us. We love you.

ANDREWS - Michael, January 12, 2006. In our hearts your memory is kept. Much loved father and husband. Logan and Elizabeth. ANDREWS - Micheal, 1963-2006. No poems, No rhymes, No empty words, Only treasured memories Of ten years spent together And the ache in our hearts For losing you, You were the man of our dreams, Now youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re the man in our dreams. Dearly missed by daughters, Daryl and Tyler. Never forgotten, always loved. Lisa Shaw.

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ANYONE KNOWING the whereabouts of Robert Charles Malloy, please contact Christopher Williams at Hurley & Williams LLP, 199 Main Street, Picton, Ontario KOK 2TO. 613-476-3241.

FOUND Joseph is proud to announce the birth of his little brother and new hunting buddy.

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PAIR OF leather gloves found in the Napanee Beaver front office. To claim, please call 613-354-6641, ext. 101.

Anthony Rocky Benjamin Bartolo Born September 20, 2010 Weighing 9lbs 3 oz

CARDS OF THANKS Family, friends and community, thank you for the support you have shown us over the past four months, to everyone who stopped at the house to lend a hand, provide support to my daughters, bring food and who came to visit during my stay in hospital. The caring you showed was appreciated and will never be forgotten. Each of you made a special contribution to help us through our difficult time. We are proud to live in such a caring community. A community that is willing to pull together and help when the need arises, no matter if it is a neighbour, a friend or a stranger. David, Alissa, Sarina and Nadia Goodfellow.

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RON FENWICK In loving memory of Ron December 8, 1952 January 13, 2010 cd Beyond our misted eyes and the dark valley, The splendid sunflowers bloom, Such sweet consolation for our hearts, May you have peace and comfort as you rest in your fields of sunflowers. I love you, Mom (Reita) You are missed. Don and Marilyn, Wynn and Cyndi, Rob and Lisa and families, Lynda and Roy, Angela and Steve, James and Rebecca, Tim and Gioula and families. FENWICK - In loving memory of a dear brother, uncle and godfather, Ron, who passed away January 13, 2010. No one knows how much we miss you, No one knows the bitter pain We have suffered, since we lost you Life has never been the same, In our hearts your memory lingers, Sweetly, tender, fond and true, There is not a day dear brother, That we do not think of you. Sadly missed by Wilmer, Sharon and families. McGONEGAL - Margaret Ann (Margie), March 8, 1966 - January 17, 2009. In loving memory of my dearest Margie, who suddenly passed away on January 17, 2009. There hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been a day go by that I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think of you or mention your name. Your love and memories are like diamonds that will shine in my heart forever. Missing you, love always, Chris. MILLEN - In loving memory of Bernice, who passed away January 12, 1994, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Always in our hearts. The Millen family. MOON - In loving memory of our very dear mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother, Doris, who passed away January 14, 2004. We who love you, sadly miss you, As it dawns another year, In our lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of you are ever near. Loved and sadly missed by sons, Jack and Don and their families.

AUBREY MILLS January 11, 2009

It is hard to believe two years have passed since we lost our wonderful father and grandfather. Lovingly remembered by Roger and Karen, Greg and Mary, Erin and Andrew, Aiden, Jackson, Brent, Scott, Ryan, Dylan, Logan and Jordan.

DEATHS NUGENT, Helen Maragret (nee McTaggart) Peacefully at the H.J. McFarland Memorial Home on Saturday, January 8, 2011. Helen Nugent, in her 80th year, predeceased by loving husband Donald and daughter Karen. Mother of Garry Nugent and his wife Linda, Carol and her husband Bill Harvey, Dianne and her husband Rick McNamee and Donna and her husband George Ostrander. Nanny Nugent will be sadly missed by grandchildren, Angela, Douglas, Kyle, Caleb, Brian, Shannon, Scott, Joanne, Stacey and Kimberly and great-grandchildren, Sydney, Daniel, Lauren and Evelyn. Loving sister of Madeline Smith and Clarence and Edith McTaggart. Predeceased by siblings, Raymond McTaggart, Carrie Young, Irene Burgess, Earl McTaggart and Milton McTaggart. Mrs. Nugent rested at The Whattam Funeral Home, 33 Main Street, Picton, Ontario. The Funeral Service was held in the Chapel on Wednesday, January 12th at 2pm, Rev. Audrey Whitney officiated. Interment Cherry Valley Cemetery. If desired, donations to the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Friends called on Tuesday from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Online condolences and donations at www.whattamfuneralhome.com

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Gifts In Memoriam We gratefully acknowledge the generous donations made during the month of DECEMBER 2010 by family and friends. In Memory of:

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Proud parents are Chris and Julie Bartolo of Deseronto. Anthony is also welcomed by Grandparents Tony and Sharon Bartolo of Deseronto; Les and Debbie Howell of Roblin and Great-Grandparents Joe and Jessie Bartolo of Scarborough; John and Gertie Cosman of Read; Weldon and Pat Howell of Raglan and the late Don and Muriel Kimmett of Deseronto. Special thanks go to the Community Midwives of Kingston, especially Anita, Kelli and Heather, as well as the staff at Kingston General Hospital.

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IRWIN RALPH BRYANTON JANUARY 12, 2010 God saw you getting tired When a cure was not to be, So He closed His arms around you And whispered â&#x20AC;&#x153;Come to Meâ&#x20AC;?. In tears we saw you weakening, We watched you fade away, Our hearts were truly broken, You fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you sleeping Peacefully and free from pain, We could not wish you back again To suffer that again. So keep Your arms around him And give him special care, Make up for all he suffered That seemed so unfair, So many times weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve needed you, So many times weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve cried, If love could have saved you, You would have never died. Your death left our hearts a place which will never again be filled. Always loved and remembered by son Darryl, daughter-in-law Melissa and grandchildren Brock and Gage.

Mary Clapp Florence Deline Mary Lewis William Jordan Burton Whalen Mary Perry Dorthy Ellen Moreau Elsie Palmer

Vivian Switzer Bertha Leveck Laura Burgess Mary Lewis Emily Smith Evelyn MacPhail Carmen Merrill Skinner

Special remembrances have also been made in honour of: Gary Snider 01/24/99 Dr. Carl Jarvis 01/31/00 Harvey Mutch 01/17/92 Richard Loney 04/05 Gerald Brady 12/11/98 Dale Hayes 04/07

Betty Cooper 02/18/92 Thelma Nugent 01/01 Daisy (Hayes) Legris 04/00 Helen Loney 11/02 Maurice Legris 01/96

Memorial Tributes made to the Lennox & Addington County General Hospital Foundation reinforce the commitment to the continuance of health care excellence in your community. You may arrange your donation at the Funeral Home, or mail to:

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Peacefully, at The John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee on Monday, January 10, 2011, in her 77th year, beloved wife of the late Hec MacDonald and the late George Chalk. Loving mother of Bonnie Reid (Stan), Donna Thompson (Larry), Debbie Walker and Dan MacDonald (Kim), all of Napanee. Cherished grandmother of Corey (Kim), Chris (Becky), Joe (Kalen), James, Amey, Jess (Rob), Dusty (Lindsay), Jacob (Lindsay) and Gabby and great-grandmother of Ryder, Lily and Kenley. Loving sister of Bob Kimmett (Stella) of Napanee. Predeceased by her parents Charles and Rose (nee Lasher), her sisters, Gwen and Betty and brothers, Nat and Don. Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews and the Chalk family. Sadly missed by her K9 Companion “Bear”. The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Thursday from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Friday, January 14th at 11am. Spring Interment at Roblin Cemetery. Donations to the Lennox and Addington Hospital Foundation or the Napanee Humane Society will be remembered with appreciation by the family. Two locations to serve you.

DEATHS KENNEDY, Dorothy At the Kingston General Hospital on Friday, January 7, 2011. Dorothy Mae Kennedy (nee Carson), at age 77, beloved wife of the late Douglas Kennedy. Sister of the late Murray Carson. Cousin of June Pero of Hartington. Sister-in-law of Ron Kennedy (Teresa) of Tamworth; Ruth Sagriff (late Ron) of Harrowsmith and the late Howard Kennedy (Marg of Tamworth) and the late Jean Clement (Jack). Special aunt to Carol French of Napanee and fondly remembered by nieces, nephews and extended family. Visitation was held at the James Reid Funeral Home, Cataraqui Chapel, 1900 John Counter Blvd., Kingston on Sunday from 2pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm. Funeral Service was held Monday, January 10, 2011 in the Chapel of the Funeral Home at 11am. Interment Christ Church Cemetery, Tamworth. Memorial donations made to the Christ Church Cemetery would be appreciated. In the care of the Hannah Funeral Home, Tamworth (613-379-2997). Online condolences at www.hannahfuneralhome.com

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SEDORE, Eleanor Faye (nee Sweet) Peacefully at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital on Friday, January 7, 2011, at age 61, predeceased by her beloved husband Gary Sedore. Loving mother of Tammy Kelly (Dan Thompson) of Brockville; Tricia South (John) of Napanee and the late Chris Sedore (Becky). Sadly missed by her grandchildren, Samantha and Tyler Kelly, Austin and Sydney South and Cody and Raelyn Sedore. Dear sister of Lewis (Irene), Ray (Lona), Delmar (Shirley), Irene Abbott (late Bill), Norma Thompson (Arthur), Shirley Sweet, Garry (Catherine), Ann Sutherland (Sandy) and predeceased by Meryl and Steve Sweet (Sharon). Fondly remembered by sister-in-law Helen Herrington and many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service was held in the Wartman Funeral Home “Napanee Chapel” on Tuesday, January 11th at 11am. A reception followed. Spring Interment at Camden V Cemetery. Donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation will be remembered with appreciation by the family.

Head. Heart. Hands. Health. Help Wanted. Right now, 4-H needs volunteers to work with youth in your area. We also need you to encourage neighbours and co-workers to do the same. Join for the projects, for the competitions, for everything that helped you get where you are today.

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HELP WANTED NEEDED PART-TIME RPN Join our dynamic team of professionals in our 60 bed long term care facility, located approximately 20kms east of Belleville. Please forward a resume to Friendly Manor Nursing Home Box 305 Deseronto, Ontario K0K 1X0 or email your resume to: dlong@bellnet.ca

JOB OPPORTUNITY JOB OPPORTUNITY Hospice Lennox & Addington is seeking a PART-TIME COORDINATOR OF CHILD & YOUTH BEREAVEMENT. The successful applicant will provide a Bereavement Support Network including facilitating bereavement groups for teens, and providing support services and education. Preferred qualifications will include: group facilitation and knowledge of group dynamics, as well as an educational/social work background, experience working with children, knowledge of bereavement and excellent interpersonal skills. Only those granted interviews will be contacted. Send resume, by January 25, 2011 to: Board of Directors Box 531, 91 B Dundas St East Napanee ON K7R1J1 Email peggy@landahospice.ca Fax: 613-354-1154

SUNDAY, JANUARY 16th Preview 9:30 A.M. Auction 11:00 A.M. Selling the Estate of Chris Burns of Scarborough A large and interesting auction of retro furniture to include: Teak Dining Set, Sectional Rose Wood Wall Unit, Small Teak Tables and Cabinets, Teak Desk, Victorian Carved Oak Furniture + others, Large Collection of Painting, Prints & Watercolours, Estate Jewellery, Moorcroft, Lalique, Collection of Doulton Figures, Crystal Stemware, Silver & Silver Plate. Watch Web Site For Up-Dates. Indoor Yard Sale: Sunday @ 9:30 AM For details and photo gallery go to www.waddingtons.ca/brighton WADDINGTON’S 101 Applewood Drive, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0 Phone 1-613-475-6223

OH BABY!!! We can’t wait to see the babies born in 2010! Here’s your opportunity to show off those little ones (just a little). We will be publishing our Annual Showcase of Babies on Thursday, January 20, 2011. Just bring in, or email your baby’s colour picture, along with the information below on or before January 14, 2011! Don’t miss out!

6:30pm Viewing 5:00pm Consignment Sale and Coins at Koopmans Auction Centre 662 Cty. Rd. #12 3.5 kms southwest of Bloomfield

Duncan Phyfe dropleaf table and 4 chairs, cedar hope chest, dresser with mirror, new outdoor light fixtures, kitchenware, books, new smoker still in box, 3 new composters, 50 hp Mercury outboard motor and tank(25hrs like new) Tools: brand new miter saw and shop vac still in box, quantity of hand tools, wood working bench, set of cutting torches and tanks, Lincoln arc welder and accessories, electrical supplies, 2 air compressors (1 in box), Antique: 40 gallon cream can, 1 gallon cream can, tractor seats. Over 80 lots of antique coins dating from the late 1800’s, Canadian, American, British, including pennies to silver dollars plus paper currency. See web page for pictures. This is a good quality sale with many new tools and housewares. Always accepting good clean consignment for upcoming sales. We also conduct home, farm, and commercial sales onsite. For your entire auction needs, call Auctioneer: Gerald Koopmans 613-393-1732.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19 AT 5:00pm AUCTION SALE AT DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Walnut Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table with 4 lyre back chairs & matching corner cabinet (excellent), queen size bed, 2 double beds, Hitachi 53” HD big screen TV, dresser & chest of drawers, 2 chesterfields & chair, reclining loveseat, coffee & end table set, assorted chairs, small kitchen appliances, qty. of smalls including glass & china ie Fenton, cups & saucers, vases, qty. of costume & vintage jewellery, sports cards etc., lamps, old prints & frames & numerous other pieces. See my web site for a detailed listing. AUCTIONEER: DOUG JARRELL 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com

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ing and physical training.” When he was first learning the game Hamilton was coached by Andy Palmer of the Napanee and District Curling Club. Hamilton, who now lives in Ottawa, still maintains contact with members of his old curling club. This past November he was back in Napanee to compete in the NDCC’s Men’s Open Bonspiel. He says after calling his parents to tell them he qualified for the juniors this weekend, Palmer was his second phone call. While he is a strong curler himself, Hamilton seemed to pick up just as many coaching tips as he did curling ones. “It’s like making fine tweaks,” Hamilton says of coaching. “Instead of curling 90 per cent, they can curl 95 per cent.” His team certainly appears good at following direction. Last year they came painstakingly close to qualifying for the national championship, losing to eventual Canadian champion Jake Walker in the Ontario qualifier. This year it’s been a different story. “We’ve won a shade under $20,000 in cash,” Hamilton says of his rink. “We’re the only junior team to ever qualify for the Canada Cup, which is for

the top 10 teams in Canada. We’ve played a few events on the World Curling Tour, we’ve won the Ontario Curling Tour Men’s Championship earlier this year. We’re the No. 1 ranked team in the Ontario Junior Tour.” Though he is currently focused on this year’s Juniors, which take place in Calgary on Jan. 29, his mind has wandered a bit to 2012 when it will be held in his hometown. “As a coach I could be there in my own hometown,” said Hamilton. “That would be an excellent opportunity.” If he is going to coach Ontario’s entry it will be with a much different look than this years as only his second David Mathers will be young enough to enter. He says he wants nothing more than to be able to provide some local content to 2012’s event. As for this year he still figures to have a big cheering section in Calgary. That’s because several members of the NDCC will make the trip as they plan to pick up some hosting tips from this year’s host city. With a little luck he may be able to not only represent his town next year, but do so as coach of the reining champion.

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‘Lazy’ effort dooms Raiders in loss 4-3 to Pirates Napanee squanders two-goal lead By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER SPORTS second-period collapse by the Napanee Raiders spoiled a perfect chance at a homeand-away sweep of Picton Tuesday night, instead resulting in a 4-3 loss. The Raiders appeared to be sailing halfway through the first after Adam Shulist and Peter Roy gave them an early 2-0 lead. “We felt up until the 10 minute mark of the first period, things were going ok,” said Raiders head coach Mike Casselman. “Once (Picton) called a time out (directly after the second goal) we got lazy. It was everybody.” The idea to call a time out by Pirates’ head coach Ryan Woodward would prove to be genius as Ryan Sizer would cut the lead in half just seconds after it. That would be the start

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Mitch Rosborough of the Pirates gets tangled up with Raider goalie Tommy Kratky as he scrambles for a loose puck during Tuesday’s game. of the collapse for Napanee as Evan Culbert was called for an elbowing major at the 8:35 mark. Shortly after, Paul Fortin was called for cross-checking which resulted in Picton’s Evan Greer trying the game on a power play. Jack Davison would give Picton the lead late in the second and Eric Hayes

would double it early in the third. Napanee’s Colin Doelman would bang home a lose puck with five seconds left, but it was too little too late. Heading into Tuesday’s game the Raiders were soaring high after an improbable 5-3 win in Picton on Thursday. “I’ve played this game since I

was six years old, and I don’t want to say I’ve seen everything, but I don’t think I’ll ever see anything like that again,” Casselman said of Thursday’s miraculous comeback. “I’ve never seen anything like it.” Down a goal with less two minutes on the clock, Napanee was also down a man. That didn’t matter as

Chris Doyle and Paul Fortin scored shorthanded goals less than a minute apart to take the lead. For Doyle it was his first goal in 29 games with the Raiders and couldn’t have come at a better time. As if that wasn’t enough, David Cozzi managed to break past the defence and score short handed with 12 seconds left to ice a 5-3 victory. Roy had scored twice earlier in the game to help set up the thrilling come back. Despite the split the Raiders still find themselves with a two-point cushion over second place Amherstview and three ahead of Port Hope. The Raiders got some help over the weekend as Picton defeated the Jets 41 on Sunday and Campbellford downed Port Hope 3-2 on Saturday. Tuesday’s game marked the 30th of the season for Napanee, meaning they have to try and hold onto the top spot for 10 more games before playoffs begin. “(We need to) preach consistency,” Casselman says of what his team needs to do down the stretch. “I

was sitting with (assistant coaches) Keith (George) and Jordan (Wall) tonight and we kind of said it was very sporadic. One line would have a good shift and then go back and be complacent.” The coach also announced he plans to shake up the power play line, which he called ‘awful’ and ‘embarrassing.’ Tuesday night they were 0-6 on the man advantage, while Thursday they were 2-8. Overall they’ve scored 28 times with an extra man, fewest in the league. The Raiders can do themselves a huge favour by getting hot this week as they face Port Hope Saturday and Amherstview Sunday, both on the road. They’ll then return home Tuesday to host Port Hope. Both Sunday and Tuesday’s game start at 7:30 p.m. Raider notes….Napanee welcomed back their second-best scorer Adam Ruffolo to the line up Tuesday night. He’d been out with an upper body injury since Dec. 14….also suiting up for the game was Napanee’s Tyler Brooks, who played his first game of the season with the Raiders.

New additions spark perfect weekend for Storm Club picks up three victories By Adam Prudhomme BEAVER STAFF WRITER After a few weeks of controversy off the ice and some issues within the locker room, the Deseronto Storm did something that cures all team problems: win. They opened the weekend at home with a huge 70 victory over Vaughan and then hit the road for 5-4 and 3-2 wins over Toronto and Jamestown on Saturday and Sunday. “It pumped up our confidence,” Storm forward John Sweet said of the shutout victory. “Especially coming into a three game weekend.” Deseronto finished off the perfect weekend by overcoming a 2-0 deficit to

down Jamestown 3-2. Ryan Brant had a pair of goals while Sweet had one as the Storm picked up their first franchise victory on U.S. soil. Dan Corrigan made 52 saves for the win. After the game several U.S. college scouts spoke with some of the Storm players. Saturday night Sweet recorded a hat trick and an assist while Todd Munden and Dever scored once in a 5-4 victory in Toronto. Pavlo Stepanenko picked up the win. Before the weekend the Storm added Cody Stapley to the roster and he debuted in a big way on Friday, scoring twice and picking up an assist. Another recent roster addition paid off as well as Travis Gurr picked up a goal and an assist. A major part of last year's championship team, the Deseronto native was playing in his second game this season. The Storm were in need of some bodies as five players continue to serve their

suspensions stemming from the Russian anthem silent protest incident on Dec. 19. Sweet, Ryan McConnell, Danny Smith and Tyler Dever also added goals while Pavlo Stepanenko recorded the shutout, making 19 saves. Returning to the line up and adding an assist was Andrew Bobas. After holding a one on one meeting with head coach Andrew Clark, Bobas ironed out some issues after some reports had emerged he was suspended from the team which were erroneous. With Bobas back and the players serving their suspensions without issue, it appears the team has put the issue behind them and are back to focusing on hockey. The three victories put the Storm one shy of even at 14-15 on the year. They also leapfrogged Toronto in the standings and now sit two points ahead in fifth in the South Division with 28

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Deseronto’s Carson Nelles breaks in alone on Wild goalie Jake Smith during Friday’s 7-0 Storm victory. points. “We've got to win a lot of games,” Sweet said as the playoff race begins to heat up. “The goalies are standing on their heads. That's what we need, to communicate a lot more and when we're doing that, we're winning games. We just need to keep up the

hard work effort.” The Storm will look to extend their three game win streak when they host Toronto tonight at 7:30 p.m. From there they'll hit the road to take on the the Bradford Rattlers on Sunday.

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New ice for new year at NDCC Senior bonspiel a hit By Sandy Eastlake ON THE BUTTON y now all members should have ‘limbered up’ after the holidays. I wonder how many of you noticed the fresh look of the ice. Thanks to Frank Dunham and Don Currier a thorough cleaning was conducted over the holidays. This involves closely watching gauges while the ice melts, sweeping up all the debris, resurfacing the sheets with new floods to be able to continue with normal shaving and pebbling. This took a lot of hours over the holiday season and we are grateful for all your hard work ensuring us the best ice possible to curl on. The Senior Men’s Bonspiel held last Saturday was another success thanks to Walter Genereux and his committee of Hugh Sharpe with drawmasters Steve Eastlake and John Deman. Tony Bush’s winning team thanked all the ladies for their many hours of cooking although he did comment that the smells from the kitchen would have been hard to take on a empty stomach but thankfully he was fed all day long so did not have to worry. The day started with morning goodies by Shirley Bush, followed by a delicious lunch by Marilyn Cole with helpers Doug and Joyce Meredith, Jane Wittish, Lorraine Wilson, Roger Cole. Elizabeth Vandenberg and helpers Sue Sharpe, Joan Reynolds, Diane Davie, Barb Graham, June Hicks and Liz Goldie served a scrumptious supper. The second place winner Ian Munro continued with thanks to Walter and the bar staff of Lia Dufour, Jo Sutton, Brian Woodcock, Paul McDonald, Phil Wilson, Karen Brant.

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The two game high winner Ed File thanked Frank and Don with helpers Hugh Sharpe, Steve Eastlake, Brian Chadwick for great fast ice. Walter took the mike back and asked for a big round of applause to his sponsors Quinn’s Meats and Briar Fox G&CC. While the Seniors was being held at our club the team of Scott Dickson, Kevin MacLean, Daryl Latimer, Chris McTaggard curled in the OCA Fairfield Inn & Suites (Marriott) at the Campbellford Curling Club. Although they had two very close games they did not make it to the winner circle. However, also at Campbellford, our ladies team of Sheryl French, Gayle Johnson, Marcia Difazio, Karen Mills won the OCA Best Western Challenge besting the Mary Stewart Ross RKCC team in the finals and are proceeding to the Provincials being held at the Prince Edward Curling Club Jan. 21-23. Congratulations ladies and good curling in Picton. Our other team of Louise VanHeighten, Jane Pearson, Cindy Woodcock, Lana Latimer had two tough games and also had a lot of fun. The refresher clinic last Sunday attended by a dozen members was well run thanks to Beau Maracle and Scott Chadwick (ended up helping by being in the club – thanks Scott). Thanks also to Andy Palmer for giving his Sunday to train some new club skips. The annual Ladies Club Funspiel is next on Sunday so if you did not sign up but now are free, call Debbie Currier at 3889228. The Annual Mixed Bonspiel Jan. 28-30 is getting closer and I have heard there will be a lot of Romans, statesmen and gladiators attending; sounds like great fun!

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Accustomed to playing on the Storm’s top line, Todd Munden (left) and John Sweet (right) will be pitted against each other at Saturday’s All-Star Game. team. “Last year (Team World) actually ended up winning on a penalty shot late in the game,” said Munden. "You could see the Canadian boys getting frustrated when there's a lot of Russian and European guys that have nice moves and prefer the skill kind of game.” Munden, who serves as captain of the Storm, is fifth on the team with 23 points with five goals and 18 assists. Though they've played their entire GMHL career as teammates, once the puck drops all that is forgotten in favour of friendly competition. Sweet, who plays forward, may just have to find a way past Munden on defense. “It's going to be interesting but I'll treat him like any other team I treat,” Sweet says with a

smile. “I want to go in and I want to win that game.” According to Munden, the feeling is mutual. “I played here with him for four years now so I

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Jan. 13: NDSS Hawks boys’ hockey, Sydenham @ NDSS, 3 p.m. at the Strathcona Paper Centre. Jan. 13: NDSS Hawks girls’ volleyball, Ernestown @ NDSS, seniors at 4 p.m. juniors at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 14: Toronto Moose @ Deseronto Storm, 7:30 p.m. at the Deseronto Community Arena. Jan. 16: Napanee Raiders @ Amherstview Jets, 7:30 p.m. at the W.J. Henderson Arena. Jan. 18 : Port Hope Panthers @ Napanee Raiders, 7:30 p.m. at the Strathcona Paper Centre.

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The Deseronto Storm will be well represented at the Greater Metro Hockey League All-Star Game on Saturday as Todd Munden and John Sweet will make the trip to Caledon. Usually linemates on the Storm's top line, the all-stars will now have the unique experience of playing against each other. That's because for the second year in a row the game will see North American players square off against the world. As a native of Deseronto Sweet will lace up for Team North America for the second straight year. “It's really good hockey,” Sweet said of the allstar game. “It's not chippy hockey or anything. It's really skilled h o c k e y because it's the best players of the league.” Entering Friday's game Sweet leads the Storm with 64 points, 26 goals and 38 assists. For Munden this will be his third year as an allstar, second time playing for Team World. “I like to go to it, it's good fun,” said Munden, who hails from Berkshire, England. “You get to see what the other talent is like.” Munden also has the honour of representing England so to speak as this year he'll be the only English born player on the

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Napanee Stars wrap up season and get set for playoffs BEAVER SPORTS apanee’s BB and AE3 teams completed their league schedules this past weekend, and are about to begin provincial playdowns. The Atom BB Stars and Peewee BB Stars earned first place berths in their leagues, to gain home ice advantage. The Novice BBs finished second in their

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league after falling 8-1 to Prince Edward County. They played Ennismore to a 1-1 tie, and then shut out the same team 4-0 at home. In the home shutout, the goal scorers were Marshall McFarland with two, Nolan Gunter and Tristan Shelley. The Atom BB played an exciting 1-0 battle with the County in the new Dukedome. The game featured fine goaltending and solid play by the defence. Logan

White fired a rebound from the side of the net for the winner, after Alex Brady took a pass from Emmet Pierce, and got the original shot on net. At home to Baltimore, they coasted to a 4-2 win. Pierce had two goals and an assist, Nicholas Kennelly had a goal and assist, White tallied once, and Nelson Powers and Eric Joyner added assists. Finn Pierce gained both wins in net.

The Peewee BB Stars hosted Gananoque and earned a 7-0 shutout of their guests. Goal scorers were Braden Baker with two, while Dexter Hughson, Brian Goodfellow, Jason McCracken, Jacob Murphy, and Kier Doyle each tallied once. Between the posts, Jonathan White had the shutout. The Bantam BB Stars were battling for playoff home ice this week, but it slipped away with a 4-1

loss to Lindsay , a 3-3 tie in Wellington, and a 2-1 loss to Port Hope. Napanee’s Bantam AE squad tied Lindsay 4-4 midweek. Dallas EmmellHennessy, Ryan Bothwell, Keegan Scott, and Kyler Shaw did the damage for the locals. They shut out Port Hope 4-0 on Saturday, with Hudson Sheffield netting a hat trick, and Scott recording a single. To close out league play, they took

out Tweed 4-1. Johnathon Harvey, Ian McGregor, Cameron Stinson, and Sheffield each found the back of the net. The Midget AEs were edged 2-1 in Norwood on Friday, the result of a few defensive breakdowns in the early going, and not being able to finish their offensive opportunities in the third period. Sunday in Campbellford, they blew out their opponents 5-0.

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For adoption info, please call 354-2492 or stop in at 156 Richmond Blvd. Napanee, The L&A Branch of the Humane Society. Visit our web site at www.lennoxaddington_ontariospca.ca

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is a 5 year old retriever/ golden mix. She would make a sweet addition to a loving family.

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If you know the owner of these animals, please contact (613) 354-2492 or stop in at 156 Richmond Blvd.

STRAY CATS Female - fawn colour with some white, found with flea collar on, domestic medium hair, about 1 yr old. Found at Camden Variety Store Dec 18, 2010. ------------------2 Males - Brothers - white and orange, not neutered, domestic short hair. Found at Westdale Public School Dec 20, 2010.

COLLECTING ALL SODA POP CANS We’re always collecting pop cans here at the shelter. All pop cans must be rinsed out. They can be dropped off just inside the door at the shelter, 156 Richmond Blvd., Napanee.

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he NDSS Golden Hawks junior boys' basketball team climbed above .500 Tuesday with a convincing 6342 win at home against LCVI. With the win they're now 4-3 on the season, alone in fourth place in the standings. The seniors weren't able to break into the win column yet this season, losing 58-16, also to LCVI. On the volleyball court the junior girls' rallied after falling behind 2-1 for

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a 3-2 victory on the road against the Blues. After losing the first set 25-12, Napanee came back with a 25-20 victory in the second and 25-22 and 15-13 wins in the fourth and fifth. The seniors didn't have to work quite as hard for their win, as they defeated the Blues 3-1. The Hawks' boys' hockey team will play their first home game of the season this afternoon when they host Frontenac at 3 p.m. at the SPC. The girls will play their first home game on Tuesday when Regi comes to town for a 3:30 p.m. start time.

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Stewardship council touts new green website Portal designed to help homeowners maximize environmental programs, projects BEAVER STAFF If you are new to the rural landscape or looking to improve your country property, the Nature In Deed website — currently being promoted by the Lennox and Addington Stewardship Council — can help. Do you find yourself owning a well or septic system for the first time? Do you want to plant trees, manage your woodlot or improve your shoreline? This website provides information on a variety of services about rural land management. According to the stewardship council, you will find links to sound advice, resource materials, contacts and funding programs that can help landowners make informed choices in the context of the larger landscape. The Nature In Deed initiative is a partnership of private sector, non-governmental organizations and government agencies with an interest in a healthy rural environment. The goal is to help rural landowners with sound management practices that will enhance the health of our forests, wetlands and waterways. According to the stewardship council, resource information is available on such diverse topics as living in concert with wildlife, sustainable woodlot practices, starting up a small farm, restoring a shoreline, and designing a plan for wetlands. If you need help with maintaining a

well or septic system, there are programs in place to assist you with water quality and related issues. David and Mary Jo Field were part of the 50 Million Tree Program with the help of the Lennox and Addington Stewardship Council. “We participated in the 50 Million Tree Program for our property in Tamworth and were thrilled with the results. The project allowed us to involve four public schools and over 200 students in planting. The stewardship council ran a tree planting workshop and distributed seedlings to the community. The follow up tending and weather both worked in the project’s favour. We have over a 90 per cent survival rate and see tremendous growth since the planting.” A complete listing of resource organizations is on the website, natureindeed.com, including Ontario Stewardship Councils, Conservation Authorities, Ontario Woodlot Association, Ducks Unlimited, AGCare, Canadian Wildlife Service, and more. These agencies can provide information about a myriad of programs available to landowners. On the website, there are links to people and agencies qualified to discuss just about any property-related question. According to the stewardship council, all property owners live downstream from somebody else — improving your land provides one more link in a chain of viable communities. For more information, see the website or call the L&A Stewardship Council at 613-531-5723.

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NEUROPATHIC PAIN? Clinical Study Researchers from the Departments of Anesthesiology, Endocrinology and Neurology at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario are looking for volunteers for a study of the treatment of pain in people with neuropathy (due to nerve injury or nerve disease) such as from diabetes or chronic shingles pain. To qualify for the study you must have neuropathic pain and have no serious heart problems or kidney disease. If you are selected for the study you will need to make 4 outpatient visits to Kingston over an 18week period. The outpatient care and study medications are provided free of charge. If you are interested in volunteering or have questions about the study, please contact: Sarah Walker, RN, MSc Pain Research Study Coordinator Department of Anesthesiology Kingston General Hospital, Queen’s University Tel: (613) 549-6666 ext. 2146

Deseronto Legion Branch 280 has again made solid contributions to our area hospitals from the proceeds of our 2010 Poppy campaign! Donations to Lennox and Addington, Belleville General and the Kingston University Hospital foundations now total $29,200.00 in the past 10 years. On behalf of our 2010 Poppy Fund Chair, Comrade Gerry Foyle, we would like to thank all businesses and individuals who’s donations have made our Poppy campaign a success, as we continue to support our veterans and our community! uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu Deseronto Legion Branch 280 invites you to join us for many special events this year... and would like you to consider becoming a member! Your 2011 membership fee, in addition to any time and energy you are able to give will help us continue to support many worthy causes in our community!

Saturday, January 22 2-6pm “ The Sundance Band” playing a great variety of music from R&B, Vintage Rock and Country, The Deseronto Legion invites you to join us for their first time visit for good company and fun!

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Dozens weigh in for Hospiceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dump the Plump Lennox and Addington Family and Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Services would like to thank all of those who, through donations, have supported our mission this past year, and in particular, those who have contributed to making the Christmas season a little brighter for our communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children.

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NAPA Auto Parts Wemp & Smith Construction Limited Fred Farrell and Family The Flying J Hibbertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s No Frills Metro Grocery Store Goodyear, Napanee Timâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Truck and Trailer Equipment Service MacLellan Water Technology Pickerel Park Campground Napanee Auto Supply Ltd. Mr. Frank Streek Barry Roantree Memorial Golf Tournament Friends and Family of Steacy Fralick

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By Dominik Wisniewski BEAVER STAFF WRITER A total of 74 individuals and 16 teams are vying for wins during this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dump the Plump contest at Hospice Lennox and Addington. Although organizers saw their team registrations drop by one, approximately 10 more individuals have taken on the solo weigh loss challenge. In an interview with Hospice administrative assistant Brenda Kerr, she told the Beaver that the Canada Food Guide was quite popular among participants as an aid. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was picked up as were some of our diet tips, which were pretty good,â&#x20AC;? Kerr said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We also had a handout on how much food you need every day that people picked

up, as well as the food guide servings tracker.â&#x20AC;? Asked about new prizes being offered at each monthly weigh-in, Kerr said staff are â&#x20AC;&#x153;hoping to do something each month for the person who has dumped the most plump.â&#x20AC;? Before registration took place earlier this month, executive director Peggy Sunstrum said she has seen the success stories first-hand, adding that the contest is all about making dieting fun. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always a lot of fun and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the important thing,â&#x20AC;? she said at the time. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are expected to raise 50 per cent of our budget and the funds go right back into our programs.â&#x20AC;? This year the winner of the individual category will take home $937.50, while the team will split a prize of $800 following the final weigh-in on June 8.

JANUARY 14 BUSINESS MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FELLOWSHIP BANQUET At Selby Community Hall at 6:30 p.m., cost is $12 per person. Reservations must be made immediately. Special music by Richard Gillingham and special speaker by William DeRoos, a sergeant with the OPP. Tickets available at Marieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Place in Napanee, or contact Don at 613-38882674, Rev. John Hilliard at 613-352-5691 or Garfield at 613-354-9235. JANUARY 15 MUSIC AT THE NAPANEE LEGION Jeff Code and 'Silver Wings'; Always a packed house when Jeff & the band are here so come early! From 8 p.m. to midnight. Everyone welcome!

OPEN DOUBLES DART TOURNAMENT The Tamworth Legion is holding an open doubles dart tournament. JANUARY 17 BATH GARDENING CLUB Our first meeting of the new year will be held at 2 p.m. at St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church Memorial Hall in Bath. The guest speaker will be Sally McCulloch, who will give a presentation on the 2010 Chelsea Flower Show. Guests and visitors are always welcome. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to bring your tea cup. For further information call, (613) 352 4170 or (613) 352 8700. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Napanee Group 150 meets at 1:30 p.m. at Trinity United Church, John Street entrance. All welcome.

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If your organization supports NDCF initiatives and possesses a charitable registration number from the Canada Revenue Agency or has approval to use the charitable number of a Flow Through organization, you are invited to apply for project funding in the form of a grant. Please submit a letter of intent (maximum of two pages) containing the following: â&#x20AC;˘ Organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name, address, telephone and fax numbers â&#x20AC;˘ Charitable registration number â&#x20AC;˘ Contact personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name, telephone and e-mail address â&#x20AC;˘ Brief introduction to your organization and description of the proposed project, including budget summary â&#x20AC;˘ Specific amount requested from NDCF Deadline for letter of intent submissions: Friday, February 25, 2011 Mail or deliver to: Napanee District Community Foundation 47 Dundas St. E. Napanee, Ontario K7R 1H7 This is a two-step process. Projects that qualify at this stage will be asked to submit a more detailed application by April 15, 2011. Successful applicants will be notified by May 18, 2011 by letter.

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