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By Dave Scott There’s nothing like spending close to seven hours on a bus with folks… and I mean that in the most complimentary kinda way. You see the crew from Annaleise’s Lake Ontario Crossing headed to Ottawa last week to be part of the ceremony honouring Annaleise Carr on her swim. So seven hours on a bus for this crew was nothing… remember, the crossing took 27 hours. Plus this was the first time since the parade in Simcoe that we all had an opportunity to hang out together. So for roughly… believe or not, 27 hours… this crew laid claim to Ottawa. Upon our arrival at the hotel, a quick clothes change was in order and the whole group met in the lobby and started our walk to parliament. We reached the steps of the hill, a few photos were taken and we headed inside and through the security check. Everyone was checked… you can never be too careful with a bunch of guys from Norfolk! Our guide arrived and took us upstairs where again another security check took place before entering the House of Commons. The crew sat in the public gallery and the Carr family was seated in the Speakers Gallery. As Question Period was preparing to begin, the House took the time to recognize Annaleise and her accomplishment. The Members of Parliament (MPs) clapped and cheered loudly, showing their appreciation for Annaleise’s achievement in both the water and in her fundraising efforts. It was a very proud moment for everyone on the crew… it was very cool. We stuck around for question period and watched as the MPs fired questions to each other. It kinda reminded me of a Kindergarten class whose teacher had left the room… at certain points the speaker of the House would call for order… like a parent reminding his/her children who is in charge. With our time drawing to a close, our guide took the crew to the Senate Speaker Salon… a beautiful room where foreign dignitaries sometimes dine with the Prime Minister. The liaison to the PM began to arrange our group for

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education at the Children’s Choir Primary School in Uganda, or another school located within their community. With 52 000 children reached and educated through their program, the Choir was an excellent choice to entertain the Gala guests and help raise funds for World Teacher Aid, as the goal of WTA is also to bring education to children in remote areas. While the McLarens may not have reached 52,000 children as of yet, it does not appear to be an insurmountable goal when one considers what this young couple has done to date. Establishing their charity in 2006, with the desire to “bring education to the children who need it most”, WTA is currently building schools in Kenya. The organization has built a Primary School and a high school in the small community of GIWA Farms, and is now working towards a sustainable feeding program for the children of the community. A teacher herself, Amy understands the importance of nutrition in education. Friday night’s event raised $11 559.20 for the charity, enough to build a classroom, but it would not have been possible without the support of many in the community, including sponsors of the evening. Hosting a group such as the Choir involved a great deal of organization, and certain requirements needed to be met, such as lodging and meals. What

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It is with great pleasure that Live at the Hippo Pool Events continues the Nutcracker tradition in Brantford. After a one year hiatus, Ballet Jörgen Canada returns to The Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 3:00 pm with The Nutcracker - a Canadian Tradition. Ballet Jörgen Canada premiered this quintessentially Canadian Nutcracker in 2008 to rave reviews. Choreographed by Bengt Jörgen to Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s much loved score, this delightful re-working of the timeless classic is born from a collaboration with Kleinburg’s world-renowned McMichael Canadian Art Collection. The Nutcracker features as backdrops, three works by Canada’s 20th Century landscape artistsFranklin Carmichael’s Church and Houses at Bisset (1931), Tom Thomson’s

Snow in the Woods (1916) and L.L. FitzGerald’s Trees and Wildflowers (1922). Set in the early 1900’s this homegrown Nutcracker brings to life the magical tale of a little girl’s Christmas dream and her grand journey through our northern landscapes filled with snowflakes, trilliums and creatures of the woods. “The charming production… features beautifully rendered backdrop reproductions of iconic works by Carmichael, Thomson and FitzGerald and is ideally suited for young audiences. With its Edwardian setting in Algonquin and all its animal characters, from beavers and bullfrogs to skunks and squirrels, Jörgen’s new …. Nutcracker is adorable even before it starts wagging its tails.” (Michael Crabb, National Post) We are especially delighted that 11 students from dance schools in Brantford, Simcoe, Paris, Cambridge, Woodstock and

said Julie Powell, director of development NGH Foundation. “We want to sincerely thank everyone who gave to our radiothon and contributed to keeping our hospital’s technology current.” Over the ten year radiothon history and partnership with CD 98.9 fm, $1,131,513.00 has been raised for Norfolk General Hospital. Video segments of the 12-hour broadcast can be viewed through the Norfolk General Hospital YouTube Channel. If you would like to learn more about “Taking Care Everyday” please visit the NGH website www.ngh.on.ca.

Kitchener-Waterloo have been selected by Ballet Jörgen Canada to join the company’s professional cast for the Brantford performance. These students were chosen from a group of young dancers who auditioned on September 29th, 2012. In the weeks leading up to the performances the children are rehearsing regularly at Jo-Ann Adams School of Dance in Simcoe. Performance experience such as this is a valuable addition to the education of dance/performing arts students. Ballet Jörgen Canada is the recipient of the 2011 National Arts Centre Award for Distinguished Contribution to Touring and recognizes the company’s leadership role in the development of touring by professional dancers and companies in Canada. Ballet Jörgen Canada is renowned for ballets that combine innovation, warmth, humour and beauty. They are the only professional Canadian ballet company with a repertoire consisting exclusively of original works. From Salt Spring Island to Newfoundland, Ballet

Jörgen Canada is the most widely toured of Canada’s professional ballet companies - a true national treasure. Visit the company at their website www.balletjorgen.ca For the Sanderson Centre performance, all seats are reserved. In the spirit of seasonal giving, we invite the community to Share The Magic and support the work of the Children’s Aid Society of Brant. Every ticket purchased at a Scotiabank branch in Brantford contributes toward the purchase of a ticket for a deserving child, helping to create wonderful Christmas memories for another family. Adult tickets are $47, senior tickets are $42 and child tickets are $27. This is an eyeGO/uGO performance. Tickets are also on sale at The Sanderson Centre Box Office at (519)758-8090 or 1-800265-0710 or www.sandersoncentre. ca Sponsorship for this performance is proudly provided by Performance Sponsor - The Expositor; Broadcast Sponsor - CD 98.9 fm, and Share the Magic Sponsor - ScotiaBank.


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Donation to the A lzheimer Society in lieu of gifts

On Friday October 26, Pam Clarke, Counsellor for the Alzheimer Society of Haldimand Norfolk, received a special donation of over $100 from nine year old Leah Wonder and her mom Sonya Wonder, of Caledonia. Nine year old Leah asked friends and family for donations to the Alzheimer Society in lieu of gifts for her recent birthday party. Her grandpa, Opa Steenbeek, currently lives with Alzheimer’s disease and Leah says “It’s not a very nice disease, I’d like there to be a cure”. For more information about the Alzheimer Society of Haldimand Norfolk call Pam Clarke (905)768-4488 or 1-866-428-1552.

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— Frosty Fair Bazaar Saturday, November 10th. The bazaar opens at 9 am until 12 noon, and features a BAKERY, and a GENERAL STORE which features old favourites: Surprise Packages, Sewing, Knitting, Books, Christmas items and more. Complementary coffee. Location: St. James United Church, 150 Colborne S. at Stanley St. Simcoe. Enter off the parking lot. — FALL POTTERY SALE November 9th, 9 - 8 pm and November 10th, 9 - 5 pm at the First Baptist Church, 129 Young St., Simcoe, beside Talbot St. Arena. Enter a draw for a beautiful piece of Handcrafted Pottery. Enjoy coffee and goodies on us! Cash or Cheque only please. Give a Gift of Local Talent. — Old Fashion Turkey Supper - Wednesday November 7th at 5:30 pm Old Windham United Church, 30 Glendale Cres., Simcoe. Adults $15, Children $7, (8 & under). For tickets call (519) 426-0869. — Saturday, November 17 - “FESTIVE FARE” at Old Windham United Church, Glendale Crescent, Simcoe, from 10 am to 2 pm featuring luncheon, deli with pickles & preserves, bake sale, frozen fruit pies, treasures & crafts table, independent sales people, sponsored by the UCW. Contact

Helen Young (519) 583-1197 for more information. — Roast Beef Dinner - Saturday, November 24th at 5:30 pm at St. James United Church, 150 Colborne St. S., Simcoe. Tickets are $15 each. Seating is limited to 70. Call (519) 428-2611 or (519) 426-5552 for tickets. — Holly Lunch And Bazaar St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, 85 Lot St., Simcoe, Saturday, November 24, 11 am - 2 pm. Soup & Sandwich Lunch - Crafts, Penny Table, Silent Auction, Hand Crafted Jewellery, Fresh Baking, Frozen ready to bake Pies (small turkey, beef, Large fruit). — October 2012 – November 23, 2012 (draw date – November 27, 2012), Crime Stoppers of Haldimand, Norfolk and Tillsonburg “The Great Grocery and Gas Giveaway” - Grand prize - $1000 gift certificate for groceries. Three other prizes of gas and groceries to be given away. Tickets: $2 each. Get your ticket by calling (519) 426-3434 ext 7451.

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By MARG WERDEN A few other things that go bump in the night at Halloween!

As I wrote last week, three thousand years ago, the Celtic people of northern Europe took part in a three-day celebration paying tribute to Samhain, the Lord of Darkness and Death, beginning on October 31. It was thought that Samhain opened the gates of the underworld at this time and spirits were allowed to roam the earth. Families left food out for departed loved ones so they would not get angry and cause mischief and huge bonfires were lit to ward off evil spirits. Costumes were worn to avoid being recognized by the unfriendly spirits. Many of these traditions continue today, but mostly in the spirit of fun. We still associate many animals with Halloween, and some of the legends of how these creatures came to be associated with Halloween are quite interesting. In addition to the cats, bats and rats that I wrote about last week, there are a number of other animals associated with Halloween. Among these are spiders, wolves, toads, and owls. Spiders, with their eight legs, multiple eyes, sticky webs, and venomous fangs are still the stuff of nightmares for some people, but, in reality, they are relatively harmless. There are only three poisonous species in North America, the black widow, the brown recluse and the hobo. The bite of the large, hairy tarantulas, the spider that everyone fears, is reported to be no worse than a bee sting. Spider venom is even being studied for possible applications in medicine. Spiders are vital to the balance of nature and help keep insect pests under control by consuming approximately 30,000 tons of insects annually. Because of this, most gardeners are happy to have spiders living in their gardens. However, by this time of the year, most spiders have disappeared. After spending the summer eating enough food to produce her eggs, the female finds somewhere to lay

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Although wolves are an important part of the food chain, they usually avoid contact with humans. them, and then guards the egg sack that holds the next generation until she is killed off by the cold weather. Eye of newt and tongue of toad... both important ingredients in a witch’s brew. Toads have long been associated with witchcraft and were often thought to be witches’ familiars. Because of a toad’s self defense system of excreting a skin irritant, people in Europe during the time of the "witch scare" thought that they were poisonous and somehow used by witches to cause harm. However, as we now know, toads and other amphibians are important environmental indicators because of their susceptibility to toxins. Because of their sensitive skin, they are usually the first species to be affected by pollution in the environment. If there is a healthy toad population in an area, it is a good sign that the area is in good shape. And, contrary to some beliefs, one cannot contract warts from touching a toad. Although toads are voracious pest predators in the summer, by the time Halloween rolls around, in most areas, they are already hibernating for the winter. Wolves have been either vilified or glorified throughout history. The

howl of this top predator may cause terror or inspiration in people, but they are an important part of the food chain because they prey on other predators such as coyotes and racoons and help keep the population of other animals, such as rabbits, under control. Although wolves are limited to wilderness areas of the United States and Canada, their populations have begun to rebound after being hunted close to extinction. Despite our fear of them, wolves go out of their way to avoid humans. Like bats, most owls move around at night and their calls probably frightened ancient people who couldn’t see them and believed the sounds belonged to demons or lost souls. Like other nocturnal animals, we often fear what we can't see or don't understand. Their nocturnal habits and glowing eyes, combined with their silent flight, would indeed make them scary creatures. However, these characteristics are merely adaptations they have made to survive. Owls are nocturnal to avoid competition for prey with day-flying predators and their large eyes and silent flight allow them to hunt in the dark. In ancient Greece, the owl was sacred and a familiar of Athene,

orfolk C ounty is Canada's largest pumpkin patch

As Canadians carve their jack o’ lanterns and bake their pumpkin pies this fall, chances are their pumpkins came from Norfolk County. According to the latest farm data, Norfolk County farmers grew 1,795 acres of pumpkins, making Norfolk County the leading pumpkingrowing region in Canada. Many sizes, colours and shapes of pumpkins can be purchased at farm markets across Norfolk County, as well as at farmers markets in Simcoe on Thursdays and Port Dover on Saturdays. See video of one of Canada’s largest pumpkin patches... in Norfolk County: www.youtube.com/ norfolkcounty

The famous Erie Beach Hotel in Port Dover also serves pickled pumpkin on its menu, made by hand using Norfolk County pumpkins. A recipe for the restaurant’s pickled pumpkin is available in the latest edition of the Norfolk County Recipe Book. For a list of farm markets selling pumpkins and other local food, visit www.norfolkfarms.com or call 1-800-699-9038 for your copy of the Norfolk County Map and Local Food Guide. Located along Ontario’s South Coast, Lake Erie, Norfolk County is considered Ontario’s Garden, because the latest Census indicates farmers there grow the largest volume and most diverse selection of fruit and vegetables in Canada.

the goddess of wisdom. However, in ancient Rome, owls were thought to be harbingers of evil. In the Middle Ages, people feared the owl’s stare and its eerie call. The Screech Owl, with its witch-like scream was the most feared because it was believed that witches could turn into owls. Although many of our superstitions about animals and their association with Halloween have their roots in ancient customs, we now know that many of these creatures that go bump or “whooo” in the night do not need to be feared. In fact, they are a necessary part of a healthy eco-system and should be protected and appreciated for their role in keeping our planet healthy. Happy Halloween!

Norfolk Nature Notes Sponsored by Acorus Restoration

Norfolk County is located about 90 minutes southwest of Toronto. Travel information about Norfolk County is available at www.norfolktourism.ca.

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Fitness and F un on Norfolk's Trails

By Jean Mottashed A lively group of about forty walkers assembled at Backus Woods last month and blazed the trails to celebrate Trail Day in Norfolk -- and what a fine day it was! The sun was shining, temperatures were refreshing, there was a sniff of crispness in the air, and the leaves were just beginning to show the majestic colours of the season. A joint initiative of Pathways for People, the Haldmiand-Norfolk Health Unit, and Norfolk County, Trail Day encourages all residents of Norfolk to take to our many woodland paths and simply enjoy the sheer pleasure of walking in the great outdoors. Not only did participants appreciate the healthy benefits of walking, but there was much conversation and laughter along the way as everyone met up with someone they knew, and made the acquaintance of others they did not. And then there was the sheer beauty of the woods -- stunning in their depth and variety of growth, trees soaring skyward and undergrowth blanketing the ground in a tangle of vines, leaves and roots. This tract of Carolinian forest, a rare and precious ecosystem, boasts a wide variety of flora unfound in other areas of Ontario. Thanks to Nature Conservancy Canada and the W. Garfield Weston Foundation, the trails were wide and well groomed, so walkers could easily walk in pairs or three abreast on mostly level, dry paths. Trail markers defined the way, and newly installed gates and fencing ensured the traffic was restricted to pedestrians and cyclists. By happy coincidence, my grade 5 teacher, Gord Pennington and his wife Ruth, were along for the walk and I picked up some fascinating information from Gord about these woods. Back in the mid-1800's trees here were marked with the King's stamp, cut down and used for the masts of British ships. Indeed, you could hardly walk a dozen meters without craning your neck to try to see the tops of these fifty foot giants of the forest. Many thanks to Keith and Joyce Flexman of Pathways for People, for leading the way through the trails and into a glorious afternoon filled with fresh air, fitness and fun!

Left to right, Ruth Pennington, Gord Pennington and Ruth Pepper enjoyed Trail Day in Norfolk.

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Norfolk County recently completed a Recycling Strategy. The Strategy meets one of the Waste Diversion for Best Practices and will assist securemeets funding forofthe NorfolkOntario Countyrequirements recently completed a Recycling Strategy. The to Strategy one theBlue Waste requirements for BestisPractices and will to secure for the Blue BoxDiversion program.Ontario The focus of the Strategy to maximize theassist amount of bluefunding box recyclable Box program. focusmanner. of the Strategy is recommendations to maximize the amount of blue recyclable materials in a costThe effective One of the in the study is tobox reduce the current bag limits in the County. materials in a cost effective manner. One of the recommendations in the study is to reduce the current bag limits in the County. The Solid Waste Management Master Plan, passed in 2009, also recommended reducing the residential bagWaste limit from six (6) to three (3)Plan, bagspassed per week and the commercial limit from ten the The Solid Management Master in 2009, also recommended reducing from six (6) to three (3) bags per week and the commercial limit from ten (10)residential to eight (8)bag perlimit week. (10) to eight (8) per week. Bag set out surveys showed approximately 85% of households are already setting out three (3) bags or set lessout persurveys week. Last yearapproximately additional recycling was are provided viasetting the two stream Bag showed 85% ofcapacity households already out three (3) bagsSort or less per week. Last year additional recycling capacity was provided via the two stream Simple recycling program. Simple Sort recycling program. Some additional information is included in a background document that can be found by visiting information is included inand a background document thatlinks. can be found by visiting following the “Target 10” the Some Countyadditional website at www.norfolkcounty.ca the County website at www.norfolkcounty.ca and following the “Target 10” links. We invite comments on this change, in writing, by November 15, 2012. Please include your We invite comments on this change, in writing, contact information and send your comments to: by November 15, 2012. Please include your contact information and send your comments to: Norfolk County Public Works & Environmental Services Department Norfolk County Worksof & Delhi Environmental Services Department 183Public Main Street 183 Main Street Delhi ON N4B 2M3 of Delhi Delhi ON N4B 2M3 Or via email to: askus@norfolkcounty.ca Or via email to: askus@norfolkcounty.ca October 3, 2012 October 3, 2012


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