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With the Beamsville Lions 2nd Annual Sports Raffle underway, the fellas take their show to Canadian Tire Grimsby this weekend. Lions will be on hand Saturday and Sunday for the next two weekends, selling tickets on a 2014 Tracker Pro boat. As well, some Early Bird and bonus prizes are also in the mix.
While at least one member of Lincoln Council disputed a NewsNow story it was reconsidering a proposed Tim Hortons location, members of the Planning
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William Cross of William Cross Antiques displayed an array of Royal Doulton collectibles at the Grimsby Antique Show, hosted by the Rotary Club of Grimsby, at the Peach King Centre. In his hand is Columbine, with an estimated value of $1250.
Last chance to get your submissions in for this year’s third annual Best In The West awards program. “We have a ton of great businesses and first-class customer service employees right here in our community and this is a chance for those organizations and people to be recognized,” said NewsNow publisher Mike Williscraft. Readers can see the ballot on Page 6. Ballots must be returned to NewsNow’s Main Street Grimsby office by 5 p.m. tomorrow (Fri).
Get your cider on this weekend Puddicombe Estate is expanding CiderFest to two days of excitement- June 20 and 21. Event organizer Brock Puddicombe said last year’s event was such a success that they decided to add a second day. “We’ve also added a larger stage, more cider companies and some gourmet food trucks,” he explained. There will also be free train rides for people attending Ciderfest.
The country music concert, barbecue and cider festival features a great line up of vendors including Puddicombe Cider Co., Molson Canadian Cider, Country Cider Co. and Fielding Estate Winery as well as a host of others. There will also be a variety of food trucks and of course a great line up of featured artists. This year’s entertainment will be headlined by George Canyon with
other performers including: Amy Churn, Chad Brownlee, High Valley, Aaron Pritchett, Autumn Hill, Tebey, Phil Botting and Brad James. On Friday, gates open at 5:30 p.m. with the concerts running from 5:30-9 p.m. On Saturday, gates open at 1-9 p.m. For tickets and more information, visit ciderfest.ca. Puddicombe Estate is located at 1468 Highway #8 in Winona.
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From Page 1 developer Gabe DeSantis of DeSantis Homes, which is building on the former fairgrounds property. At issue is a proposed drivethru Tim Hortons for the corner of Alyssa Drive (John St.) and Ontario Street in Beamsville. Council has supported the project, but the Ontario Municipal Board disagreed with the plan proposed and rejected it.
Now, the developer is suggesting that a piece of land be donated to the town for a “gateway feature”, a welcome sign. This would allow for the proposed site to then be considered as an interior lot fronting on Alyssa, as opposed to Ontario as it was in the initial plan. While Mayor Bill Hodgson noted that the committee and council need to see a different plan, “that this process cannot be just about tweaking things
and running back to the OMB. ...The Town needs to be concerned with its reputation and preserving its legitimacy,” according to meeting minutes. While several councillors voiced varying opinions and concerns, Coun. Rob Foster said an earlier NewsNow story –– which indicated a possible Tim Hortons for the site was being reconsidered –– was incorrect. The story did not state council was reconsidering the same proposal, rather, that the idea
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Learn all about Canadians in the air war at the Jordan Museum on June 28. Hugh A. Halliday will address the air war, 1914-1918. He will answer questions such as: How many Canadians
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The talk will take place June 28 at 1 p.m. and cost is $10 per person. Pre-registration is required. Call the museum at 905-563-2799 ext 292 or email Sylvia Beben at sbeben@ lincoln.ca.
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This Week • Tea Gift Shop Fashions at St. Andrew’s Parish Hall in Grimsby June 19th from 2 to 4 pm tickets $8 avail. At the auxiliary office or at the door.• Jordan Lions Club hosts AllYou-Can-Eat Wing Nights at Jordan Lions Park. 5:30-8ish. Monthly on Fridays: June 20; July 18; Aug. 22, & Sept. 19. $15. Five wing flavours. The event is licensed. • Albright Manor “Family & Friends Day” Sat. June 21st . It includes a Strawberry Social, BBQ, Entertainment & huge Silent Auction. Auction pre bidding June 16th-20th from 9:30 am-4:00 pm. Bidding on Sat. June 21st from 9:00 am. - 1:00 pm. Albright Manor 5050 Hillside Dr. Beamsville. • Cider Fest at Puddicombe Estate 1468 Hwy 8 in Stoney Creek June 20th 5:30 pm-9 pm & June 21st, 1 pm-9 pm Amazing bands, tasty local food trucks. Visit www.ciderfest.ca • Royal Canadian Legion Br. 393 Smithville is hosting a Barb-Q Sunday, June 22nd starting at noon. Great Deal! Homemade burgers, bacon sausage on a bun, hot dogs & salads. Everyone is welcome! • Vineland United Church Open House. Come and join us on Sunday 22nd June at 5:00 p.m. for a community BBQ followed by a selection of hymns from the whole Christian year led by our guest pianist Dr. Tom Inglis.
• Beamsville Senior Citizens Club Pot Luck Dinner June 23, 2014 at 6:00 pm. Beamsville Lincoln Centre, 4361 Central Ave., Beamsville. Bring favourite main course dish or dessert to share, with own utensils, plates& cup. Entertainment Dance to the music of the 50/60’s with the Grapevine Line Dancers • Grimsby Garden Club is hosting Fifty & Fabulous Flower Show June 23rd. Viewing 7:30 pm-Awards 8 pm at the Grimsby Seniors Center. Registration 1:30 to 4:30 for information call 905-945-1033 • Annual Hamburger Roast, St. Luke’s Anglican Church, 216 Station St., Smithville. Sat. June 28th • 11 am to 6 pm. 2 Hamburgers, drink & a piece of pie, $7.00. • Huge Yard Sale supporting air cadets Variety of items – furniture, housewares, toys, sports equipment, books, artwork and a BAKE SALE. Everything must go! June 28 - 8 am to noon, Mountain Ridge Community Centre, 105 Mountain Street, Grimsby • Soroptimist of Stoney CreekNiagara are sponsoring our: Sixth Annual Charity Golf Tournament In support of Victims of Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Saturday, July 5, 2014 Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club 3814 Yonge St. Vineland $125.00 per person includes 18 holes of golf,cart, lunch, dinner, bucket of balls. Please call Kathie Grosul @905-643-3751
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• Support the Grimsby Garden Club. Bring your friends and tour 10 great gardens! Tickets are on sale now at Coles, Cocoon & the Grimsby Farmers Market. Maps & information are on the ticket. Cash only - $15 – July 5th - 10 am to 4 pm rain or shine! • Strawberry Social & More at the Erland Lee Museum on Sunday, July 6th from 1 to 4 pm. Adults $7.00, children to 12 years $3.00. Enjoy strawberry shortcake while experiencing the historical atmosphere of this National Historic Site, the birthplace of the Women’s Institute 117 years ago! The Museum is located at 552 Ridge Road, Stoney Creek at the top of the Dewitt access. Call 905662-2691 for information. Proceeds go towards the continuing support of the Erland Lee Museum. • Trunk Sale for FORT supporting youth for a better Tomorrow. July 12th 7 am-2 pm in the parking lot of Mountainview Church (290 Main Street E. Grimsby) Rain or Shine. $20 per vehicle, free admission for buyers. Load up your car, truck or Minivan with items you no longer need and sell them! Space is limited call 905-309-3678
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Women, cat plus new boyfriend=domestic terrorism Even a casual reader of a newspaper’s advice column will notice the recurring theme of a household crisis involving the woman, her cat and the new boyfriend. The culprit is never the cat, he got there first and clearly marked the place as his own territory. The woman usually sets the table for trouble when she decides to strike out looking for companionship, intimacy and love. Duh! She already had the cat! As in all conflicts that result in a war the guy becomes the main transgressor. The new boyfriend either doesn’t like cats or is allergic to them and that’s where the battle begins. Solutions offered up by the advice columnist and the readers varies from “definitely get rid of the guy” to shampooing the cat every two weeks to eliminate the dried saliva in the coat which causes the allergy. There is one other option. Years ago I
WILLIAM THOMAS was on the book tour with Guys - Setting Off The Jerk Detector and three incidents on my promotional day in Hamilton, Ontario still stand out in my mind. First, my publicist arranged a book signing in a restaurant in Jackson Square called Walt’s Beanery. They had me sitting at a small table in a corner of the restaurant with an ad sign over my head that read: “Try Our Beans And Let Us Hear From You!” I know what you’re thinking - it must have sounded like a whoopee cushion going off every minute or so. Well no, but I did ask for confirmation from the manager that I was sitting in a non-smok-
ing section. I’ll do a lot of crazy things to promote one of my books but having my hair set on fire by a natural gas explosion is not one of them. The second thing that I remember was autographing two books for a gruff, middle-aged man in a hurry. “Sign for Big Ears and another for Big Ears Two.” As I signed the books I had to ask: “Please sir, tell me ... these are not your children?!?” It turns out he had a couple of rabbits for pets and wanted to preserve the memory of them on the first page of my book. And the third thing I remember was a woman telling me the story of how her house was turned into a war zone when her new boyfriend clashed with her cat. Her name was Christine, a lovely young lady who worked at Coles, my next stop on book tour day. See CAT, Page 5
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From Page 4 It seems Christine got caught in a love triangle between Sailor and her brand-new boyfriend Bob. Bob didn’t care for Sailor while Sailor simply hated Bobs guts. Whereas Bob simply ignored Sailor, the cardinal sin of cat care, Sailor took to relieving himself in Bob’s best shoes. That’s when Sailor’s name got changed to Stinker and at work, Bob’s new nickname was “Lysol.” The war went on for a month or so with Bob pushing Sailor off his lap all the while becoming quite ripe in his loafers. One of them had to go and when Sailor
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to jingle in the house on Grosvenor Street. “As his toys disappeared, a few each week, I thought Bob was throwing them away and I remember thinking that was kind of cruel.” “By the time I noticed his small, stuffed cat toy had disappeared, Sailor was long gone,” recalls Christine. “But still I thought Bob had something to do with it. I couldn’t believe the cat had actually moved out of my house, one toy at a time.” The stuffed cat was Sailor’s favourite, the one he loved to sink his teeth into and drool on, the one that reminded him of Bob. When Sailor made his
realized Bob’s love for Christine was stronger than the smell of cat pee, he decided he would be the one to leave home. But remember, he’s a cat - only on his terms. I mean cats run away from home all the time but not quite like this guy did. “It must have been over a period of like two weeks ... it happened so slowly, I didn’t notice until he was gone,” says Christine with one love affair falling apart just as the new one was growing strong. First the rubber mouse on the wheel disappeared. Then two catnip mice went missing and the plastic ball with the bell inside was never again heard
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services. Paid on call firefighters carry pagers. When they are notified of a call, they respond if they are able. Paid on-call firefighters are required to respond to a variety of emergency situations at any time of the day or night. In order to continue delivering the best possible level of service to the community, Station 1 in Smithville will be looking to fill several openings for firefighters in the next few months. “The ideal candidate is someone who is community-oriented, enjoys helping people out. Someone with strong ethics and good moral character,” he described. Although it can be a demanding position, it is very rewarding. “You lose time physically and mentally from your family, but it’s extremely
rewarding to help people,” he explained. “You get to make a real impact and that’s really satisfying.” Applicants must live in Smithville and be at least 18 years of age. Applications are available on the Township’s website at www.westlincoln. ca, at the main desk of the Municipal Office located at 318 Canborough St. or at the Fire Department Headquarters located at 344 Canborough St. Completed applications can be dropped off at the Municipal Office, Fire Department Headquarters or emailed to fire.recruitment@ westlincoln.ca. Applicants can also attend an open house information session at the Smithville fire station on June 24 from 7 – 9 p.m. for more information.
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Grimsby Minor Hockey 2013-2014 Greeting from GMHA’s president Greetings, Thank-you to all of the participants who helped make Grimsby Minor Hockey such a huge success in the 2013-2014 season. A special thank-you to our staff, Erin Tslibanis and Leesa Culp for keeping everything organized. This past season we had one of the highest registration numbers and we anticipate even higher numbers going forward. None of this would have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors and the dedicated hard work of our volunteers. Many of our travel teams went deep into the Ontario Playdowns and several were champions in the Niagara District finals.
Grimsby Minor Hockey Association house league and local league is one of the largest and most successful programs throughout the Niagara District and again many of our teams succeeded and had a lot of fun in the process.
HOCKEY SCHOOL - GREEN TEAM – TIM HORTONS ROWAN DESCHAMPS, MARIA DIFLAVIO, LOGAN GAUDET, STEFANOS GIBSON, SAMANTHA KOSSEK, SULLIVAN MCDANIEL, JACKSON MCINTOSH, FINLAY MCKENNA, MARIN OWEN, JESSE POOK, ZACHARY RAND, OLIVIA RIGITANO, NATHAN SKELDON, LANDEN SMITH, BROOKE STEMPSKI, OLIVER WATSON-FLOOK, ETHAN WILSON, AVA ZANETTI.
Please visit our website at: www.grimsbyminorhockey.ca to see all of our programs and to register for next season. Cheers,
Blair Gillis President Grimsby Minor Hockey Assoc.
HOCKEY SCHOOL - GREY TEAM – TIM HORTONS COLE AHAD, NOLAN ALLAN, JADE AZEM SIMMONS, NOLAN BARRY, MAX BERECZ, VINCENT BERGSHOEFF, DANIEL BROWN, GARETT CHISHOLM, OWEN CURRINGTON, TY DANIELS, IAN DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER DELLEMONACHE, MATTHEW DELLEMONACHE, MASON DUMOULIN, LUKAS HOGAN, MITCHELL HOGAN, NATALIE HOGAN, MADELINE HUNTER, PRESTON LUNDRIGAN, AVA LYMBURNER, CHRISTIAN PEARSO, , SETH PRICE, KIRAN RAMBURN, ROCCO SHUKER, WAYNE SWINSON, LANE TADESON, LACHLAN TUZI, JOSEPH TZELLOS, LUKE WESSELS, CALEB WOODGATE.
HOCKEY SCHOOL - RED TEAM – TIM HORTONS LUCAS ARMENTI, DANIEL BALL, SAM BODDEN, JOSHUA DYAL, COBY GREEN, JACK GREENWOOD, LUKE JUHLKE, GRIER KOCIS, GAVIN MACGILLIVRAY, RYANN NEWTON, GIUSEPPE PALERMO, WYATT PATTERSON, ZACHARY ROFFEL, JACOB SHAVER, KRISTOFER SPISAK, MATTEO TASSONE, KAELAN TONNOS, LIAM TUZI.
HOCKEY SCHOOL - ORANGE TEAM – TIM HORTONS LIAM APPLEBEE, ASHLYN CAREY, JON CARMOSINO, STEPHEN GUERRA, JOSHUA HUEBERT, MATTHEW HUTCHINSON, KETRUAH MAYNER, MATTHEW MCDEVITT, MAX MORREALE, AUBREY MORRISON, RYAN NORRIS, SEAN NORTHCOTT, BRYCE SCOBIE, AIDAN SEXTON, TRISTAN SMITH, BARON STIPANCIC, GABE TECCA
HOCKEY SCHOOL - WHITE TEAM – TIM HORTONS WILLIAM AITKENHEAD, DOUGLAS BOCCHINFUSO, DYLAN BUTTERFIELD, ANDREW CAMPBELL-QUICK, NEWTON CHANTHAVONG, ANDREW CLARK, VAUGHN CLOUTIER, JASON COZMA, HAZEN DAVIS, JESSE DEAN, LOLA GILL, KURTIS GIVEN, ADEN HENDRIKS, COOPER HEWLETT, HAYDEN HOWARD, JOSHUA HUTCHINSON, ELLIOTT JACKSON, OSCAR KOSSEK, LIAM MCGRATH, BRYSON MORNINGSTAR, AUDREY RAAB, JACKSON SCHNEIDER, JAMES SINNETT, ADAM SKELDON, CAMERON STOEHR, BRAXTON WARDELL, PARKER WESTON-THWAITES, ALEXANDER WETSELAAR, OLIVIA WIST
HOCKEY SCHOOL - BLUE TEAM – TIM HORTONS OWEN ANDERSON, WILLIAM DAVIS, MISCHA EVASON, ARMAN MANDAHAR, ELLIOTTE PERGENTILE, MITCHELL REYNOLDS, TASO TZELLOS, MA, TEO VALLORANI, BENJAMIN VANMAANEN, KAM WEICKER, ALEXANDRA WOLANIUK, KURT WOODLEY.
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IP - BLUE TEAM – TIM HORTONS DAN CHAUVIN, DYLAN BERTULLI, JOSHUA FABINA, JIMMY GILL, MACKENZIE HUTCHINGS, CONNOR LUCAS, XANDER MCEACHERN, MAKENNA MULLIN, AJVEER NAGRA, AYDEN PIDSADN, CONNOR PIDSADNY, ANTONIO PLESA, JOSEPH PLESA, NATHAN POEHLMAN, MADELAINE TOMS, JACOB WESSELS, CHRISTIAN WOODGATE
IP - ORANGE TEAM – TIM HORTONS DAN CHAUVIN, AUSTIN BOCCHINFUSO, KAIDEN DREFKO, LUKE DREFKO BENJAMEN FLIPPANCE, JORDAN FOURNIER, DANIEL FRANCHI, JOSH HUNT, EMERSON PERGENTILE, KAELAN POLMANTER-GENTLE, LIAM REED, EVERETT RENNEBOOG, AUBREY SARTOR, BRYNN SARTOR, AIDAN SEGGIE, EVAN SHEWFELT, CALEB SHUKER, COLE THOMPSON.
IP - GREEN TEAM – TIM HORTONS DAN CHAUVIN, MASSIMO BERGSHOEFF, DANIEL CHIARELLA, SHAYNE CONROY, COOPER DUFFY, ETHAN ENGELAGE, ANDREW FURTNEY, KYLE GRATTON, GAVIN INGRAM, ANDREJ KOVACEVIC, BRADY LUNDRIGAN, SPENCER MAGNINI, CARLO PRESTI, NICHOLAS TASSIELLI, SAMUEL VAN GEEST, HENDRIK VELD, CONOR WHITE
IP - WHITE TEAM – TIM HORTONS DAN CHAUVIN, NATHAN ALVARADO, DECLAN ARNOLD, NOLAN BENNIE, DYLAN BREULS, SETH CURRINGTON, COLIN FERGUSON, CHARLIE GIBSON, LIAM HAMILTON, REESE INGLIS, KALEB KENNEDY, SYDNEY MACDONALD, MATTHEW MACINNIS, MATTHEW PRALESKA, CURTIS PRICE, JAKE VANBREDEROD.
MAJOR NOVICE REP - ED SOBKOWICH GREENHOUSES LTD COACH, PETER BROUWER, TRAINER – JODY SIMMONS, MANAGER – AMY VANDENBERG, ASSISTANT COACH – TIM DELONG , ASSISTANT COACH – BRANDON SARTOR, AIDEN AGNELLO, EVAN ARNOLD, KYLEN AZEM SIMMONS, ALEX BAIER, ALEXANDER BEAUVAIS, WILLIAM BLACKBOROW, BRAEDEN G BROUWER, DENTON DELONG, NATHAN DELUCA, ETHAN LOYST, OWEN LYMBURNER, QUINTIN RUSSELL, AIDAN SARTOR, LUCA TESTA, CHRISTIAN VANDENBERG
NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – MIKE DOMMASCH, TRAINER – KEVIN MIELKO, MGR. – MARK PRESTI, ASS’T COACH – LYLE HARRIS, ASS’T TRAINER – RAY WOOLDRIDGE, KOEN BONANNO, ANTONIO BURGIO, GIANPAOLO BURGIO, KANE DAVIES, RYAN DOMMASCH, JAIDEN FOXCROFT, TYLER FOXCROFT, ALEX GIBSON, LUCA HARRIS, LIAM HOLLAND, HUDSON MIELKO, LUCA PRESTI, JOSHUA VANMAANEN, LIAM WHITEHEAD, BROCK WOOLDRIDGE
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NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – RUSSELL ENNS, TRAINER – MIKE OSTASZEWICZ, MGR – FRANK SCHILTE, ASS’T COACH – PAUL FRLAN, ASS’T TRAINER – JOHN JUSDANIS: JACK ALLSOP, AYDEN BACH, KATE COCKLIN, CHRISTOPHER ENNS, PHILIP FREDA, HUDSON FRLAN, QUINN GLUMAC, STEFAN JUSDANIS, ANDERSON LIDDELL, JOEY MCLAREN, BRANDON OSTASZEWICZ, TATE SCHILTE, MASON TREVELLICK, NATALIA VUKELICH, BRETT WOODLEY.
NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – DAVID RAAB, TRAINER – MELISSA DREYER, MGR – ALLISON BENSON, ASS’T COACH – ROB CRITTENDEN, ASS’T TRAINER – DANA CRITTENDEN. PATRICK BAKER, LUCAS BARRON, ERIC BECK, JACK BENSON, JACOB CRITTENDEN, JOSHUA CRITTENDEN, MATTHEW DETINA, BRAEDEN DREYER, MATTHEW GUERRA, CONNOR MCDOUGALL, BRENDAN O’CARROLL, HARRISON RAAB, BRADY SMITH, MATTEO TONNOS, EVAN WOLANIUK.
NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – ROB FARRAWAY, TRAINER – MIKE GORE, MGR – LORRI GROSUL, ASS’T COACH – MIKE BURROWS, ASS’T TRAINER – DOUG BLAYNEY, MICHAEL ARMENTI, TYLER DEVIC, LUC DIFLAVIO, FERNANDO D’ORAZIO, JOSHUA FARRAWAY, TATUM GIVEN, MICHAEL GORE, GEORGE GROSUL, TUCKER JUHLKE, KIERAN MCKENNA, JACK MORRISON, COLE MURACCO, JAMES PHILLIPS, MATTHEW RATKE, BRAEDAN SIMONCIC.
NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – JOHN JACKSON, TRAINER – LUCIANO FIDANZA, MGR – CHRIS MCMURTRY, ASS’T COACH – DARRYL WOODWORTH, ASS’T TRAINER – JOSH BOETTGER. LUKAS BOETTGER, DYLAN BOLES, ANTHONY FIDANZA, GABRIELLA FIDANZA, NOLAN JACKSON, JOHN KINGDON, EVAN MACINTYRE, COLE MCMURTRY, MARCUS PATTON, DANIEL PHILLIPS, ERIC PUSHKA, BENJAMIN SOLTES, JEREMY TALSMA, AVA WOODWORTH, SAM YODER.
NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – MARK GILLIS, TRAINER – GRIEG INGLIS, MGR – KAREE ZATYLNY, ASS’T COACH – CARL PARKER, AS’T TRAINER – NIKOLAI ZYDOWNYK, ISABELLA ALLAN, NATHAN ALLAN, TYLER APPEL, WILL BURLEIGH, RYAN DAVIDSON, LUCAS FAUGHNAN, JOHN GILLIS, ERIKA INGLIS, WILLIAM MCDEVITT, NOAH MORREALE, CHASE PARKER, ISAAC PRICE, LUCA VALLORANI, XAVIER ZATYLNY, ALEXANDER ZYDOWNY.
NOVICE HOUSE LEAGUE - DODGE CARAVAN KIDS COACH – DAVID RIDDELL, TRAINER – ANDREW MARLEAU, MGR – MIRANDA GREEN, ASSISTANT COACH – RON HARRIS, ASS’T TRAINER – RICHARD SILVERSIDES. SAM BOICH, OWEN GREEN, JACE HARRIS, COLE HOWARD HAYDEN JEFFERY, LIAM KIRK, JAKOB KOSSEK, WILLIAM KOSSEK, KIAN MARLEAU, CHRISTOS PANAGOPOULOS, LINDSEY RIDDELL, LOGAN SILVERSIDES, JACK SZARKO, KIRSTEN TOOHEY, DANIELLA ZONDAG.
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MAJOR ATOM REP - FISHING WORLD COACH – DAVE POLLOCK, TRAINER – JOHN JUSDANIS, MGR – SHAWN TREVELLICK, ASS’T COACH – AARON KRUSHELNICKI, ASS’T COACH – BILLY MCLAREN. HOLDEN AARLAHT, MADELEINE ESTABROOKS, CAMERON HUFF, CHRISTIAN JUSDANIS, ELLA KRUSHELNICKI, KADE MARLEAU, LUCA MCLAREN, GRIFFIN OWEN, DYLAN PERGENTILE, ANGUS POLLOCK, SPENCER PONTES, BRETT RAJCZAK, BRENDAN STEMPSKI, ETHAN TAYLOR, BRADY TREVELLIC.
ATOM HOUSE LEAGUE - MCDONALDS COACH – JEFF CAREY, TRAINER – ANTHONY GUZZO, MGR – JENNIFER COOTE, ASS’T TRAINER – ANTHONY GUZZO. LIAM BENNER, ETHAN BOUWERS, LOGAN BOUWERS, NATE BRIMER, BRYSON CAREY, LEVI COOTE, PATRICK DETINA, HAILEY GUZZO, JACOB LEMESSURIER, ALEXANDER LONGHURST, TRENT PEARO, PAYTON PETERS, CAMERON PIDGEN, JANEL SZARKO
ATOM AE REP - JOE DOGS & NEWS NOW COACH – LEE BONNAR, TRAINER – PAUL KAPSHEY, MGR – COLIN MOOR, ASS’T COACH – RORY HUSTLER, ASSISTANT COACH – BRADLEY MAXWELL. AARON BONNAR, QUINTON FRATTAROLI, PIERRE GRONDIN, JOHN HOWELL, QUINN HUSTLER, NOLAN KAPSHEY, JUSTIN MAXWELL, ANDREW MESICEK, OWEN MILLER, ADAM MOOR, OLYMPIA MYERS, CAYCE PIDSADNY, TRENT SAMMUT, MATTHEW SHELDRICK, KYAN SMITH, ZACHARY TOMS, SIMONE VANDERHORST.
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ATOM HOUSE LEAGUE - MCDONALDS COACH – DON PRODEUS, TRAINER – BLAKE SMILEY, MGR – RICK DOBIE, ASS’T COACH – PETE SNYDER. JOSHUA COWAN, GAVIN DOBIE, JACOB HALL, ALISON JODHAN - SMILEY, JAMES MCDEVITT, CONNOR MORRISON, KADEN PIETTE, SAMANTHA PRODEUS, LIAM ROELFSEMA, OWEN RUIGROK, LUCA SCIARRA, AIDAN SIMONCIC, SCOTT SNYDER, JULIANA VUKELICH
MINOR ATOM REP - PICS PLUS & NEWS NOW COACH – CRAIG MADILL, TRAINER – DERRICK BEACH, MGR – ANDY BREULS, ASS’T COACH – KEVIN PORTERFIELD. NATHAN BARON, EVAN BEACH, MASON BREULS, JACOB BURDICK, MATTHEW DELUCA, TYLER DUONG, ASHTON GRIPPER, PEYTON GRIPPER, NATHANIEL JACOBS, JAXON MADILL, BRENDEN MANNELLA, KELTON MAYNER, MATTHEW PONCE, CARSON PORTERFIELD, KYLER WOODWORTH.
ATOM HOUSE LEAGUE - MCDONALDS COACH – DAVID JONES, TRAINER – KERRY DREYER, MGR – NICK DIFLAVIO, ASS’T COACH – LIAM TODD. KERSTYN BARRON, MARCUS CELIA, LIAM CIARDELLI, SEBASTIAN CIARDELLI, BEN DIFLAVIO, JACOB DREYER, HUNTER HAYES, HANNA JONES, BLAKE MACMILLAN, CLAYTON MCNEIL, SAM NAWROCKI, DILLON TODD, AIDAN WHITEHEAD, ZACHARY WOLANIUK, MARK ZUPAN
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ATOM HOUSE LEAGUE - MCDONALDS COACH – DAVE ARMSTRONG, TRAINER – JERRY MURDOCK, MGR – DAN DRENNAN, ASS’T COACH – DON MILLER, ASS’T COACH – GARTH MILLER. ALEXANDER BARNARD, RYAN BROOME, TOBIN DRENNAN, CONNOR MACDONALD, ETHAN MACDONALD, ALEX MCNIVEN, OWEN MILLER, JAKE MURDOCK, OWEN PENNOCK, RAELYN SMITH, MAX TAUBE, TEYLA VANDERSLOOT, MITCHELL WILSON, MYA ZANDWYK.
PEEWEE AE REP - PHISIOTHERAPY EDGE COACH – RALPH MANNELLA, TRAINER – MIKE OSTASZEWICZ, MGR – DANA NOKES. ASS’T COACH – RICK DABBS, ASS’T COACH – MARK VANDENBERG. NIKOLAUS APPELMAN, MATTHEW CAMPBELL, GRAEME COPELAND, ETHAN DABBS, LANDON HOMEWOOD, JOSHUA JOSEPH, OWEN LIVERMORE, JASON MANNELLA, CONNER NOKES, JOSHUA OSTASZEWICZ, LUCAS OSTASZEWICZ, VLAD PRALESKA, ADAM ROSE, MICHAEL SIMICH, LUKE VANDENBERG, BORIS VUKELICH.
MINOR PEEWEE REP - GRIMSBY HYUNDAI COACH – JOHN DETULLIO, TRAINER – PETER HUMPHREY, MGR – JOE PORTER, ASS’T COACH – CLARKE DUNCANSON, ASS’T COACH – LINO SCOCCHIA. ETHAN BROWN, BRYSON BUCKBOROUGH, BEN CARMOSINO, JOEL CHAUVIN, LUKE DAVIDSON, ANSON DAVIS, OWEN DETULLIO, MASON GIBSON, CHASE GRSIC, BRENDAN KOWALESKI, OWEN PATTERSON, NOAH PORTER, ADRIAN SCOCCHIA, JAYDEN TALSMA, JAKSON WIGGINS.
MAJOR PEEWEE REP - GRIMSBY FORD & PEACH KING OLDTIMERS COACH – MICHAEL ARNOLD, TRAINER – BRAD WELLINGS, MGR – JOE FERRANTE, ASS’T COACH – GREG STEVENS, ASS’T COACH – GLENN TOLDI. BRYCE ARNOLD, JACK BARAN, JACK BARTLETT, CARTER BOUWERS, MAXWELL BROOK, CHRISTIAN FERRANTE, MICHAEL KILLINS, LUKE LEMESSURIER, MAXIM LJUBOJA, CHASE LUPTON, ETHAN MERCER, CARTER PITT, EWAN RUSSELL, TYTUS SIMMONS, CHRISTIAN STEVENS, LOGAN TOLDI, KAYNE VANDERHORST, ETHAN WELLINGS.
ATOM HOUSE LEAGUE - MCDONALDS COACH – CHRIS DAY, TRAINER – ROB FLEMING, MANAGER – MURRAY EVASON, ASS’T COACH – MARK VANDENBERG, ASS’T TRAINER – CHRIS SHAW. JUDE ARBUCKLE, REAGAN BELL, NATHANIEL DAY, BLAKE EVASON, ROBERT FLEMING, BRIANNA KLUNDER, DEACON MARSHALL, JACOB MORRISON, KENNEDY SHAW, OLIVER SLOAN, CAMERON STAHL, CARL STAHL, MARCO TURCHET, JAMES VANDENBERG
PEEWEE HOUSE LEAGUE - ORCHARDVIEW GUARDIAN PHARMACY COACH – DAVE PROCYK, TRAINER – JEFF COLLETT, MGR – LIZ MELNYCHUK, ASS’T COACH – STEVE BELL, ASS’T COACH – ROBERT LARMET. MATTHEW ALLAN, CALVIN BELL, RYAN COLLETT, RUSSELL GOLKA, MITCHELL LARMET, COLIN MACINNIS, COOPER MELNYCHUK, LUCAS MICHTICS, NATHAN PROCYK, JULIEN ROBINSON, MATTHEW TOOHEY, SPENCER ZONDAG.
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PEEWEE HOUSE LEAGUE –– CANADIAN TIRE COACH – VINCE RUSSO, TRAINER – JEFF VANDERHEIDEN, MGR – CHARLENE SERAFINI, ASS’T COACH – JOHN BARRON, ASS’T TRAINER – JIM ESTABROOKS. MICHAEL ANDREYCHUK, OLIVIA BARRON, JORDAN CLINCH, ANDREW COCKLIN, CAMERON ESTABROOKS, ALEX GIGLIA, KYLE LECHNIAK, ETHAN PONCE, GRIFFIN ROHNER, ABBY RUSSO, OWEN RUSSO, ANTHONY SERAFINI, KYLE SULLIVAN-COOMBES, EVAN VANDERHEIDEN.
PEEWEE HOUSE LEAGUE - JOE DOGS COACH – DANIEL HUNTER, TRAINER – GREG JOSEPH, MGR – GLENN THOMPSON, ASS’T COACH – PHIL LIVERMORE, ASS’T COACH – DON PRODEUS. MACKENZIE BUDGELL, NOAH FERGUSON, ETHAN HUNTER, DYLAN JOHNSON, CAMERON JOSEPH, CARTER LIVERMORE, ALEX MORRISON, RYAN NEUDORF, RYAN PRODEUS, REECE ROBERTSON-ROSS, BRETT STABLER, JOSHUA THOMPSON, CLAIRE YODER, ISAIAH YODER
PEEWEE HOUSE LEAGUE - DR. MARIO MENECHELLA COACH – ALLAN SEABROOK, TRAINER – JAY HAMILTON, MGR – SCOTT JEFFERD, ASS’T COACH – TREVETT CHUSING. RENYA BECK, JARED BOLES, ETHAN CHUSING, QUINN CIARDELLI, ETHAN COOTE, TED HAMILTON, RILEY HUTCHINGS, THOMAS JEFFERD, MICHAELA MCGEE, ALAYNA RIDDELL, JOSHUA SEABROOK, NOAH TUYP, DAUNTE WRUCK, LIAM WYLIE
MAJOR BANTAM REP - JUDGE & JESTER & GRIMSBY OLDTIMERS COACH – RICK CASTELLI, TRAINER – TYLER GUSHIE, MGR – CHRISTINE CASTELLI, ASS’T COACH – JIM HARSHAW, ASS’T TRAINER – COREY WILLIAMSON. ETHAN ANTIDORMI, CONNOR BOOK, THOMAS BOVILLE, ANTHONY CORSO, BRYAN CRAWFORD, JOHNATHAN GLAVES, JAMES HOWELL, GARRETT MACMILLAN, CHRIS MILASINCIC, JACK MILLER, NOLAN PROCYSHYN, ANDREW QUANZ, ERIC RUIGROK, SCOTT TAYLOR, MATTHEW WRIGHT, COLIN WYLIE, JUSTIN ZDRILUK.
PEEWEE HOUSE LEAGUE - Dr. DAN COACH – DAN DRENNAN, TRAINER – RANDY MULLIN, MGR – JANE MORRISON, ASS’T COACH – ROBERT JONES, ASS’T COACH – RUDY KEREC. TYLER BEZEAU, CHARLOTTE DRENNAN, DANIEL FIDANZA, ALEXANDER HOFFER, DYLAN JONES, JOSHUA KEREC, SETH LYMBURNER, CAMERON MCNEIL, AIDAN MINDORFF, MICHAEL-OLIVER MORRISON, KIERAN MULLIN, HUNTER OAKLEY, ISAAC PATTON, SAMUAL REES, CLARE SAMPLE.
MINOR BANTAM REP - GRIMSBY HYUNDAI COACH – RICK DAVIDSON, TRAINER – OSCAR DANIELI, MGR – TERESA KOLODKA, ASS’T COACH – BRAD WARNER. NOLAN BISCARO, ANDREW COLLING, ISAAC DANIELI, JOSHUA DAVIDSON, ISAAC DETULLIO, JOEL DUFFY, SAMUEL GOWLAND, TYLER KOLODKA, MYLES MUELLER, MARC ORLANDO, MATTHEW SCOCCHIA, TY SHELDRICK, MILOS TODOROVIC, IAN WARNER.
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BANTAM HOUSE LEAGUE - ROMLEE HOMES COACH – SEAN WOOLVET, TRAINER – MICHAEL HAGAN, MGR – DAVID JONES, ASS’T COACH – RUDY KEREC, ASS’T COACH – ANDREW KERRIGAN. BENJAMIN CATAPANO, NOAH DESRUISSEAUX, STEPHEN HAGAN, LUCAS HEAD, NICKOLAS HINE, JOSEPH JONES, CONNOR JUDD, NOAH KEREC, CURTIS KERRIGAN, BRETT MCCOLLUM, SPENCER SAKOWSKI, ANTONIO SERKHANIAN, ROWAN VIEN, ALEX WALPAC, OWEN WOOLVETT.
BANTAM HOUSE LEAGUE - ROMLEE HOMES COACH – ALLAN SEABROOK, TRAINER – DAVID RIDDELL, MGR – WANDA LEONARD, ASS’T COACH – STEVE ZUPAN. JACOB ABRAMS, HUNTER AMOS, RYAN BELLAIRE, DYLAN DABROWSKI, JOSH GROSSI, CHRISTIAN LEONARD, SPENCER LUPTON, BRENDAN MASSELINK, ADAM RIDDELL, LUKE SEABROOK, ALEX SISSON, CAMERON SOKOL, MITCHELL SOKOL, MATTHEW VAUGHAN, MATTHEW ZUPAN.
BANTAM HOUSE LEAGUE - ROMLEE HOMES COACH – TIM LEWIS, TRAINER – PAT MORIARITY, MGR – RALPH VITELLO, ASS’T COACH – LIAM TODD. ANDREW BLACKBOROW, MARTIN BRADLEY, ETHAN COSBY-LEWIS, GAVIN DERKSEN, JACOB DICKEY, KAROL KAPSA, JOSHUA LAWLESS, CONNOR MCNEIL, KEVIN MORIARITY, COLE RILEY, NIKOLAS ROSS, CONNOR TODD, MARCO VITELLO, JOSEPH ZANDWYK.
BANTAM HOUSE LEAGUE - ROMLEE HOMES COACH – MICHAEL GOODALE, TRAINER – ANDREW GOODALE, MGR – GERRY GRIFFIN, ASS’T COACH – LLOYD BOSNIC, ASS’T TRAINER – CHRIS LAMB. MASON BENT, ETHAN BONNAR, STEVEN BOSNIC, ERIC CHAUVIN, MARK GRIFFIN, KYLE HARDENBROOK, SEAN HUDSON, SAMUEL JEROME, LUCAS LAMB, DANIEL MARINELLI, LOUIS MARINELLI, CURTIS NICKERSON, JEROMY PRETTO, GARRET SAMMUT, ZACHARY VAN RYN.
BANTAM HOUSE LEAGUE - ROMLEE HOMES COACH – JAMES PALIN, TRAINER – TRAVIS LAMBERT, MGR – BRETT HILL,, ASS’T TRAINER – DAVID CHOWEN, ASS’T TRAINER – SUSAN LAMBERT. KEANAN HEIL, LACHLAN HILL, RENAE HILL, JACK LAMBERT, MILES LAMBERT, TRISTAN MCDOWELL, JORDAN NICKERSON, LAURYN PALIN, JUSTIN PAOLINI, CONNOR PRENTICE-CHOWEN, DANIEL PRENTICE-CHOWEN, VICTORIA SETTIMI, MATTHEW YEWMAN, JACOB YODER.
MAJOR MIDGET REP - LT SOURCE FOR SPORTS COACH – BARRY PATTERSON, TRAINER – RICK KEUNEN, MGR – KENNETH WATSON, ASS’T COACH – DAVID CHRISTENSEN, ASS’T COACH – TYLER PAGE. MAXWELL BONTEMPO, CLAYTON CRANWELL, JACOB HOLLE, ADAM KEUNEN, BRADLEY KEUNEN, REUBEN KIKKERT, JACK LAING, LIAM MCCRORY, NICK MILASINCIC, COLE MILLER, COLTON PANKHURST, NICHOLAS PLUTE, ISAAC SEABROOK, MACKENZIE SIMS, JEREMY SPIECE, BRANDON SWINSON, ANDREW TROUP, BRENDAN WATSON, JACOB ZDRILUK.
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MIDGET AE REP - COLES CORNER CONSTRUCTION & JUDGE AND JESTER COACH – KEN NAPPER, TRAINER – JEFF DANCER, MGR – DALE KILLINS, ASS’T COACH – MIKE HOLJEVAC. A.J BOODOO, JOSHUA COLE, JORDAN DANCER, GRIFFIN GILLIS, MAXWILL HICKS, TYLER HOLJEVAC, BEN HUMBLE, STEVEN KILLINS, COLBY MACLEAN, MATTHEW NAPPER, AUSTIN NORTHEY, MATTHEW PERNA, KEVIN ROGERS, CHRISTIAN SCOTLAND, DANIEL SCOTLAND, NICHOLAS SHIELDS, JARED WHITELAW.
MIDGET HOUSE LEAGUE - FUTURE STARS COACH – MIKE WILKINSON, TRAINER – NEIL SPENCER, MGR – JOHN GRIS, ASS’T COACH – MIKE GAUDET. BRANDON BOLES, JACOB BOVILLE, CHASE CUMMINGS, LANDON CUMMINGS, SPENCER FRATTAROLI, STEVEN GAUDET, JOSHUA GIBERSON, AARON MARCZI, VINCENT MESSINA, BRETT READ, JAMES JR RODNEY, KEATON SCARFF, SYDNEY SHADBOLT, BRODIE SMITH, ROBERT SPENCER, JOSHUA TURNER, MATT WASYLECZKO.
MIDGET HOUSE LEAGUE - GRIMSBY FORD COACH – JOSEPH BRUNO, TRAINER – ED SOBKOWICH, MANAGER – SCOTT DEVENISH, ASSISTANT COACH – CHUCK CINO. NIKOLAS BANNISTER, FRANCESCO BRUNO, NICHOLAS CINO, LUKAS COSTA, ADAM DEPTUCK, DAVID DEVENISH, KEVIN HERALE, COREY MCDOWELL, KEEGAN MCDOWELL, EVAN MOSS, ADRIANO NELLA, MARSHALL RAJCZAK, QUINTON REGNERUS, KURTIS SOBKOWICH, GEOFFREY STONE, NIKOLAS SUSNYAR ADAM TADESON, ADONIS VASILIOU, HARRISON VIEN.
MIDGET HOUSE LEAGUE - GRIMSBY KIA COACH – DOUG FIELD, TRAINER – SCOTT BOWIE, MGR – RALPH VITELLO, ASS’T COACH – KEVIN BRAIN, ASS’T COACH – ED CERNICK. NOAH BADGEROW, MATT BELISLE, DREW BUDGELL, MICHAEL CERNICK, DAVID FIELD, TAYLOR GLODZIAK, JESSE HIBMA, CONALL HUDSON, DANIEL LJUBOJA, AUSTIN MASSIE, JASON MCFARLANE, LUKE MCLEOD, MITCHELL MUELLER, SPENCER RICHARD-BRAIN, MATTHEW SETTIMI, JUSTIN TAYLOR, LUCA VITELLO.
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Borg gradually fades away at sea By Skip Gillham For Newsnow The small Panamanian freighter Borg seems to have gradually faded away. It had been a Great Lakes visitor in 1985 and, over a span of 45 years, carried ten different names and at least eight flags of registry for a variety of owners. Borg was built at Bremen, West Germany, in 1966 and first sailed as Silesia in West German and
Shipwreck then Danish registry. The 74 metre long vessel likely spent most of its years in short haul coastal trading around Europe. It had only two holds and a total capacity of 1,320 tons of cargo. The ship came through the Seaway under its third name of Borg in 1985 and never returned. While it carried common national
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Denise sadly passed away April 30, 2014, at McNally House Hospice in Grimsby, at the age of 71. Beloved Mother and Nana of two daughters and four grandchildren. She will be sadly missed, but never forgotten. Cremation has taken place. Donations can be made to McNally House or Juravinski Hospital in Denise’s name. APARTMENTS FOR RENT GRIMSBY, near Canadian Tire, junior, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. Call 905-309-8738, 905-560-7428.
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Fifteen years of relaxation at Dolmage House says. “I wanted to create a place where people could come to get away.” The spa offers massage, manicures and pedicures as well as facials, hair removal, lash and brow tinting, foot care and airbrush tanning, all delivered in beautiful – and very clean – surroundings. Worron uses only top-quality products, many made in Canada. Efficient and professional service is important in such a business but so is personal attention, says Worron who would never employ the “assembly-line” type of service offered in more commercial establishments. “It is important to understand client service,” she says.
The four young ladies who grew up a century ago in Grimsby’s historic Dolmage House enjoyed the finer things in life. A written account of the time indicates that Carrie, Laura, Fannie and Florence Dolmage wore hats and gloves and were driven about town by a uniformed chauffeur. Dolmage House owner Lynn Worron is behind the successful Iron Gate Retreat that has operated at the lovely Main Street West home for the past decade. This year, Worron celebrates a total of 15 years in business. For Worron it is all about the clients, many of whom have stayed with her throughout the years. “We love our clients,” she
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The Grade 9 Beamsville District Secondary School learning strategies class raised over $300 for the West Lincoln Memorial Auxiliary. (L to R) Carol Richmond of the Auxiliary, with students Austin Rudzinski, Tim Laskaris, Roxy Andrews, Ayden Otten, Amber Pregent, Lucy Cook, Natasha Dayboll, Kyle Ramm, Elias Demaria, and Lauren Horachek.
Liberal win a setback locally Ancient news at this point, but last Thursday night’s majority win may have been good for the Liberal Party, but it is not good news for residents of Niagara West and supporters of West Lincoln Memorial Hospital. While Hamilton Health Sciences officials remain optimistic and continue to say and do everything possible to keep the Liberals from looking like double-talking bafflegab experts, the fact remains, the Liberals have done little to nothing to make one believe they may actually come through and rebuild the venerable facility. It really is too bad. Every time one drives by the new behemoth on Fourth Avenue in St. Catharines, built in the wrong place of course, one must wonder why it was built there in the first place. At any rate, the Liberal win is a significant setback. M.W.
Lots on go, but concerted plan needed Don’t get me wrong, there are a lot of good things going on in Beamsville, but putting a “Welcome to Beamsville” sign at John Street on Ontario Street would be like asking a visitor already seated on your chesterfield if they would like to come into your home. A little aside, chesterfield is a super old word for couch or sofa...My grandmother used to always call hers, located in the parlour, by that moniker. Love ya, Grandma. Anyways, back to Beamsville, there is a proposal –– dare I say being considered –– by Lincoln Council which would see some land donated to the town at that corner. The thinking there has to do with rearranging the frontage of that land at the intersection so it would be an interior lot and, as such, be subject to different requirements under the Planning Act. The point of these ramblings is not to agree or disagree with this issue, but to take a look at the possibility of a “gateway feature” as it was dubbed. The issue of the downtown core and its ongoing and major transition has been part of regular banter and coffee shop chatter for many months. While all agree, the development happening will have a permanent and positive effect on the town, how the Town uses that interest and growth will make a huge difference in how the personality of the town and its business community is perceived both
MIKE WILLISCRAFT by locals and visitors. The number one thing Beamsville needs in a commercial-core sense is an active and aggressive Business Improvement Area board. There is a BIA of sorts currently, but it has never been active or aggressive. I was part of the BIA back in the late 1990s and after 2000 when Commisso’s was the anchor of the downtown. At that time, the BIA had no budget. They had to go hat-in-hand to the Town every time they wanted to run an event or buy a garbage can. It was silly. Now, there is a very small budget, a few thousand dollars. Barely enough to start a good fire even if you had a can of kerosene. Now, I fully realize this money comes from and would come from the business people who bust their butts every day in the downtown shops. The same people who get asked for prizes and donations from pretty much every community group out there when they are raising their much needed funds. So I don’t mean to belittle that financial contribution.
A high-functioning BIA needs more money and to keep from bankrupting the small businesses, the solution is to expand the BIA territory north on Ontario Street to the QEW and bring more businesses into it. To look at Ontario Street now, anyone would realize Beamsville’s business core starts right at the highway and extends into downtown. Any “gateway feature” welcoming people to town should be right up at the highway, not after they are already in town. ***** Some housekeeping... Readers have until tomorrow (Fri) at 5 p.m. to get their Best In The West award ballots into us. The always popular contest will also see one of our local employees chosen for our outstanding customer service award as well, so nominate someone for that if you have dealt with a person you believe is deserving. ***** Also tomorrow, Friday, is our sales deadline for our inaugural ClubWEST Magazine. We had a few irons in the fire over the last few months but once we turned up the heat a little the whole thing sold right out in about 10 days. We have exactly 3/4s of a page of space left and it will be first come, first served, so call asap if you are still thinking on it. Just want to mention that so we don’t get disappointed folks. Call me, 289-442-4244 right away.
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Drum down the sun for Summer Solstice The annual Summer Solstice, Drumming Down the Sun at Charles Daley is coming up this Saturday. Take part in yoga on the beach beginning at 7 p.m. No experience necessary, just bring a yoga mat or blanket and a small donation. Drumming down the sun begins at 8 p.m. You can watch
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longest day of the year, has long been held in high esteem by many societies around the world. Join the community drumming circle to celebrate this day. There are no benches or seats, so bring a lawn chair or blanket if you’d like to sit, but be prepared to dance!
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Invites you to
th THURSDAY, JUNE 19 TO SATURDAY, JUNE 21 Plus bring your
Mopar and get your picture taken!
• DAILY BBQ • PICNIC TABLES Mopar Show and Fundraiser Carwash for Michael Cardozo Shine Carshow all day Saturday! 11 am-2 pm
Vehicles may not be exactly as shown
2014 Dodge Caravan CVP
$18,995 + hst
421 South Serivce Road, Grimsby Vehicles may not be exactly as shown
2014 Dodge Journey CVP
(Just west of Casablanca Blvd.)
$18,995 + hst
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