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Taking part in the concert are Joan and Mike Maloney, singers; Lisa Soenen, harpist; Mike Fidler, reader; the Holy Trinity High School choir under the direction of John Nicholson; and Angus Macleod, accompanist. — TOPS Snowflake Bazaar at Grace United Church, 18 Chapman St. W. Port Dover on Monday, October 29, from 10:30 to 1 pm. Penny Sale, Bake Table, Books & Odds & End Table, Touch & Take , Draws & 50/50. Come and enjoy a coffee & muffin followed by lunch, soup & biscuit. — Come and Join the Waterford Legion Ladies Branch 123 for their BEARY BLUE BAZAAR on Saturday November 3rd. It is happening from 10 am to 2 pm at the Waterford Legion on Nichol St. There will be a bake table, penny table, door

prizes and draws. Lunch will also be served. All are welcome and there will be lots of fun for Everyone! — Treasure Mart - Saturday, November 3, 8 am - 1 pm, the Aud, Norfolk County Fairgrounds, Simcoe. $2 admission (18 and over). Crafts, country kitchen, used clothing,Gift Shop, 50/50 and annual draw, penny table, silent auction, trinkets and treasures. Lunch available. Proceeds to hospital medical equipment. Sponsored by the Volunteer Association to Norfolk General Hospital and Norfolk Hospital Nursing Home. Call Pat at (519) 582-0782 for details. — Afternoon Jazz Concert, back by popular demand, on Sunday, November 4th at 2 pm in St. James United Church, 150 Colborne St. S., Simcoe. Featured artists are Timothy Elliott on piano, Willem Moolenbeek, Waterloo,

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By Dave Scott Thursday afternoon brought another adventure in the life of Annaleise Carr. This time she was honoured with her own sign. The sign, which proudly states, Walsh - Home of Annaleise Carr - Youngest person to swim Lake Ontario, was unveiled to the public. Annaleise herself was excited to see the sign. Early that week the young lady also found out that she had won the Spirit of Canada Award, beating the Canadian Women Bronze Medal Winning Soccer Team from the summer Olympics… a huge honour! Congrats! So what is our local athlete up to? Well Wednesday morning she is off to Ottawa with her crew to hold court with the Prime Minister… not bad for a kid from Walsh!

Wayne Boswell (member of Annaleise's crew) was on hand at the sign unveiling to congratulate Annaleise Carr.

Congratulations to the Norfolk Timberwolves PeeWee L acrosse team! Congrats to the Norfolk Timberwolves PeeWee Lacrosse team for winning their Simcoe Minor Lacrosse Association’s (SMLA) zone title and for coming home with a silver from the Ontario Lacrosse Association’s Ontario Lacrosse Festival in Whitby. In honour of their great season, the team enjoyed the sights as they rode a float through the Pumpkinfest Parade. Photos by Abi Peck.


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By Dave Scott I headed into town last Monday night to interview Jason Gordy, who is being honoured later this month when he is inducted into the Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame as one of two Special Olympians for the year 2012. It is a first for anyone from Norfolk County. Oh and did I mention Jason just received the 2012 Special Olympic Ontario’s Male Athlete of the Year Award? Very cool! I was feeling a little down from the day before… I had completed my first marathon and my body was beat up. I had finished, but not with the time I wanted, and on top of that I had a sinus infection… so, needless to say, I was not on my A game. I pulled into the Gordy home, and slowly climbed my way out of the car, tired and sore, here I go! The Gordys met me at the door and welcomed me. I walked into the living room and admired all the awards that were on display. Jason’s accomplishments in sports range back to 1992. There were plaques, medals, ribbons, trophies, and newspaper clippings. I asked Jason for a photo of him with his array of achievements… he shyly makes his way over for a photo. I look again and there are more awards in the kitchen on the counter… this fella has done it all! Jason gave me some details regarding all of the sports endeavours that he has taken part in over the years… track and field, darts, bowling, swimming, floor hockey, baseball, and curling (which he hopes they start up again… he really enjoyed curling… note to curling club). Jason sits quietly in his chair, relaxed and just a little embarrassed with all the attention. His parents, John and Chris, are over the moon with his accomplishments. They explain that Jason began getting involved in sports in 1992. They have travelled with him all over the province, making friends and having a good time. Of course Jason loves to do all the sports he can and these days he is busier than ever.

This recent honour bestowed upon Jason speaks of a body of work, which has taken him to the National Games level to compete in track and field; and to the Provincial Games level in bowling, swimming and floor hockey. It’s crazy when you think about it… the guy goes hard at every level, without reservation! He talks of the many people he has met over the years. His eyes light up when he tells me of meeting Dr. Frank Hayden, founder of the Special Olympics. Then he names off the places he has been: Peterborough, Pickering, Cornwall, Oakville, Windsor, North York, Chatham, to name just a few. But don’t think sports are his whole life. His other passion is trains. He is train-crazy. A few years back, Jason took a train trip that went out to Vancouver, down the west coast of the USA, across the southern states, and back up the east coast… trains fascinate him! He still finds time in his busy schedule to work three days a week over at the Venture Café, which he enjoys. We begin to talk about, why sports and what he enjoys about it. You would think with all of his accomplishments that he might say he loves the competition… wrong! He smiles, looks up and tells me he just likes hanging out with his friends. He enjoys travelling with his team, meeting new people, and playing the games. True to his form, he is quick to thank all of his coaches, his mom and dad, the sponsors over the years, and all of the volunteers. He says they have all encouraged him, and that he loves the challenges. Swim Coach, Shirley Shaw, tells me that no matter what, Jason never complains, he always helps team members, and leads by example for the other athletes. You can hear the strong emotional tone in Shirley’s voice as she says the words… she is a very proud coach. Chris and John echo that they are so proud of their son and the body of work he has amassed over the last 20 years. John says that he and Chris are like a tail on Jason’s

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kite… going wherever he goes… Jason says when he received the news about the awards he was very happy! I asked Jason what advice he would pass on to other athletes starting out. He said, ‘Simple, BE A TEAM PLAYER!’ My conversation continued on with Jason’s parents and I watched as Jason quietly went about his business… sliding on his shoes, grabbing a snack, getting his coat… he came over, gave his mom a kiss, gave his dad a high five, and announced he needed to get to floor hockey practice. I loved it! I laughed to myself… Jason and I are much the same person… sure the marathon the day before had knocked me around a bit… but I was jealous because he got to go play, and for the right reasons… to be with his friends. This man is all about doing the right thing by his team… of fair play… being a leader… he is a great teammate who leads by

example… a competitor with a drive to succeeded… but not at the cost of others… a true sportsman and gentleman. Now as I think about all of Jason’s awards and taking his photo with them… I think that he probably would have enjoyed it a bit more, if I had taken it with all his teammates… sure there were a ton of awards, but they will never compare to the friends Jason has made over the years… and that my friends, is what makes Jason Gordy a true winner! I thanked his parents and headed out the door behind him. On the way home, suddenly I didn’t feel so sore… my talk with Jason had reminded me of why I play and how good it feels to be in the game… thanks Jason for reminding me of why we play. To give some perspective on Jason’s accomplishments, he was chosen Athlete of the Year out of 17,000 other athletes… Congrats Jason… from all of us!

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By Julie Swainston This year may not have been an ideal weekend for the 8th Annual Cornstock, weather-wise, however it did not stop the music or the fun we all experienced! We had a fantastic line up of entertainment throughout the weekend…a big shout out and thank you to all the bands: Friday night – Fletch Vegas, Ivory Tower, and The Unloved Saturday – Hi-Fi Lowrider, The Allnighters, Felicia and the Bangs, Shoeshine Boys, Cellar Dwellers, Dharma Road, Hollow Earth, Color Me The Daylight, Morbid North and the Acoustic Jam hosted by The Atkinson’s. Sunday – Hens For Friends, Bob and The Blue Stellas, Birdtown and Circle of Friends Our MC’s, Donna Spietaels, Vinny Gardiner and Mike Swanzey did an amazing job introducing the bands, getting them on and off the stage, and making the announcements! You helped keep us on schedule! Thank you!! The United Steelworkers Local 8782, Ways and Means Committee ran the Beer Tent again this year – Thank you so much! This year, as well as our 50/50 draw and silent auction we had a penny table sale. This was a fun addition to our event …with items for both adults and children. For $5 you got a sheet of tickets and then you put your tickets in the containers of the items you hoped to win. We had enough donations to be able to do draws 4 times over the weekend! Cornstock has always been about the children and to see the looks on the children who won prizes was priceless! One little fellow, in particular, who looked to be about 2 or 3 yrs old, was enthralled with a Fisher Price

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washer and dryer which had all kinds of knobs to turn. So a sheet of tickets was bought and he put his tickets in the container. They were told the draw would be at 5 pm and back they came a few minutes before 5 and he patiently stood beside the washer and dryer. There had been other tickets put in the container so we weren’t sure who the winner would be…The ticket was drawn and the number read and he WON! Well, his face lit up with the biggest smile I have ever seen! Also, there were two little girls who had put their tickets in a container to win 2 dolls. They were so excited when their number was drawn! Another little guy got a kazoo and block and immediately went in search of a “stage”, which he found under the sound tent, so he could put on his own show! So, oh yes, the penny table was a big success and will be back again next year! We would like to extend a sincere thank you to the following for their generous support of our local children’s Arts Initiatives fundraising venture and also to those who bought 50/50 tickets and took part in the Silent Auction and draws!! We were able to raise $1,200. Businesses Rage Body Jewellery Marlin Travel Dykstra Automotive Ruffin’s Pet Centre Schofield Bistro Kelly’s Music Mitt and Robe Lynn Meadows Golf Club Cap’t Billy’s Donators Victoria Wray Julie Mallon Muriel Meloche Connie Francis Kendra Saunders Pauline Robinson Marnie Robinson The Gibsons

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It takes many to help put on a weekend long event. Thank you to Wagon Wheel Produce, and their staff for the concession stand and the use of all the maze activities which helped to make Birdtown Jamboree’s 8th annual Cornstock a family event. Also, a huge thank you to Tony and his sound crew, Shawn Smith and Vince Hooley, we couldn’t put on this musical extravaganza without their expertise! Thank you! Also a special thank you all those who came out and enjoyed the weekend with us… you made an awesome audience! It was great seeing so many old friends…some of you have been coming out each year since we

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began in 2005!... and we loved meeting new friends! The weekend would not happen without all of you, as well as the bands, the sound crew, the volunteers, the ones who donate items for the draws and silent auction … and the list goes on! Thank you all - for your support this year and for each of the previous years!! We look forward to next year and doing it all over again – so keep spreading the word – “Cornstock – Experience It!” Sept 13, 14, 15th 2013 at Wagon Wheel Produce and Corn Maze! See you there!!


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NORFOLK HUB, October 23, 2012 page 10 belief that cats had magical powers. Ancient Egyptians kept sacred cats in sanctuaries, tended by priests who interpreted their movements into predictions of future events. Cats were also valued because they helped stop the spread of disease by killing vermin. On the other hand, however, Druids feared cats and believed that humans could turn themselves into cats by using By MARG WERDEN evil powers. During Samhain, many cats were killed to get rid of Cats, rats, and bats! the evil. Cats were also considered It must be Halloween. Halloween brings back a lot of to be familiars (low-ranking memories of digging out old clothes demon assistants) to witches. At from the “dress-up” trunk and night when colours are difficult to arguing over who would be the “old discern, most cats look dark or even lady” with the wig and fur cape black, and as a result black cats or the “hobo” with the tattered were thought to be particularly coveralls or the “cowboy/girl” evil. complete with holster and gun. Bats were also described as witches’ There were no trips to the local familiars in medieval folklore department store to buy the latest and seeing a bat on Halloween commercial mask and costume was considered to be a bad omen. depicting some television hero. The association between bats and All our costumes were homemade, Halloween actually probably has consisting of cast-offs and props a more natural explanation. When readily available around the house. our ancestors gathered around Somehow it seems like it was a giant bonfires to ward off evil spirits lot more fun that way, having to on Halloween, small flying insects use our imaginations to create were attracted to the warmth and our unique costumes, rather than bright light of these fires, providing being beguiled into spending a a ready food supply for hungry lot of money for a store-bought bats. Seeing the bats flickering in costume that every other kid in and out of the firelight led to the the neighbourhood would also be inclusion of bats in Halloween lore. The discovery of the Vampire Bat in wearing. Halloween, however, is more the 17th century strengthened the than costumes and candy. The link between bats and Halloween. celebration of Halloween has its Bram Stoker’s story about bats that roots in pagan beliefs dating back could be transformed into vampires more than 2,000 years. Halloween became a natural association for originally celebrated the Celtic Halloween. New year and was called Samhain, Bats also make noises when they which means “summer’s end” in are flying around in the dark, Gaelic. Here in North America, which can be frightening since however, it only became popular they are hard to see. Bats actually in the early 1900s, having been make quite a lot of different sounds, brought to this continent during the some of which cannot be heard mid-1800s by the Irish during the by humans and are used for echo Irish Potato Famine. Traditionally, location. Bats use these sounds to the Jack-o-Lanterns were carved orient themselves when they are from a turnip, potato or beet and flying around in the dark and to were lit with a burning lump of coal help find food. However, bats also or a candle. They represented the make sounds that are audible to souls of departed loved ones and humans. Some of these include were placed in windows or near squawks made by two bats that doors to welcome the deceased and are fighting, signature sounds that also served as protection against mother bats use to identify their bad spirits or goblins. Because pups, and songs sung by males to turnips and gourds were not as attract females. These night-time readily available in North America, noises coming out of the dark only pumpkins were used instead and makes bats seem even scarier to have now become a universal the easily frightened. symbol of Halloween. Rats, on the other hand, are actually Another well recognized symbol one of the few animals associated of Halloween is a black cat. The with Halloween that have a real association between black cats and connection to death. Rats tend to be Halloween probably began with the seen mostly at night, with only their

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Chickadees in Birch By George Pond One only has to look at this painting for an instant to know that it is a “Gibbons”. Vic’s signature Birch trees, especially the broken off stump, are dead give aways. All of us know the Black-capped Chickadee. It is one of the most common birds at winter feeders. All of us too know the familiar “Chick a dee dee” call but did you know that the clear, whistled “Fee-bee” or “Fee-bee-bee” song that you hear in the spring was also the song of a Chickadee. Black-caps are the only kind of Chickadee that we see here in Norfolk but if you go to Florida every year you could very likely see or hear the very similar Carolina Chickadee once you get to lower Ohio or Pennsylvania and further south to mid Florida. These birds are so similar that only

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