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By Dave Scott In life, our fathers have perhaps the most influence on who we become, and what we become… as children; in our eyes they are it… we all in some way want to be like our fathers… they make everything seem possible. They can be stern, loving, caring, funny… they are our best friends… we grow up, and as the song goes (Cat’s in the Cradle) things change and we become our own person… but the traits that our fathers instilled in us leave a mark we can never erase. Life goes full circle, our fathers pass on… at the time the pain hurts, our lives seem lost, and then we remember the lessons they taught us and pass them on to our children… Last week I saw that mark in a person who really, I barely know… but I did know his dad… my grandmother knew his dad… so I had heard a few stories over the years about the man.


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The man I am talking about is the late Dr. Thompson of Port Dover. He was part of the very fabric of Dover for many years… his passion and devotion to his patients in our community was a blessing. Last week I sat down with his son, Dr. Marshall Thompson, Chiropractor… at his Waterford office (he also has an office in Simcoe). He was celebrating eleven years of business. The first thing that struck me, was his passion for the work he is doing. We chatted about the sense of pride he gets from helping folks feel better, about his philosophy of a patient centred practice (the very same his father practiced). He explained the importance of educating the public on all that the field of Chiropractic can do to help individuals… and how working with our local Medical Doctors provides a broader base of treatment for patients. Our conversation turned back to his dad… he smiles as his thoughts turned to golfing with

his dad… chatting about all things medicine… discussing the issues of the profession… heeding the advice of his father who had seen changes in every facet of the profession… he admits that at first he needed to educate his own father on the benefits of Chiropractic treatment… but it wasn’t long before he was treating his dad. He says the golf days with his dad are some of his best memories he has. Today Marshall is married with two kids of his own. He and his wife, Eva, are working hard, building their business and helping folks feel better… the passion and the devotion that was a staple in his father’s life… has been passed on to Marshall, and for that we all benefit! Congrats on eleven years of helping folks! If you would like to contact Dr. Thompson his office is at West Street Health Centre Simcoe, 519-426-8330 or in Waterford at the Waterford Medical Centre, 519-443-6663.

5:30 to 7:30 pm. Adults $8, Children 12 & under $5, Under 5 free. Family rate of $20. Tickets Available at the door. ➤ Ham & Bean Supper - St. Paul’s Anglican Church St. George St., Port Dover, Friday February 24th, 5-7pm. Adults $12, Children under 12 $5, Family $30. Scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, dinner rolls, dessert. Purchase ticket at the door. Take-out Available ➤ Chili & Chowder in Dover - The Tradition Lives On! Friday February 24 - For several decades now, “Chili Nite” – in one form or another - has been a part of Port Dover’s winter schedule of events. This year it is once again being presented at the Beach House Restaurant by Knechtels and the Port Dover Harbour Museum, as a fundraiser for museum programs. As always, local chefs will provide a variety of chilis and chowders (including vegetarian entrees) along with salad and bread, for this great all-you-can-eat event. Dick Goodlet and Ian Bell will provide live music throughout the

evening. The event runs from 5 to 9pm and the cost is $15. First come – first served. For further info call (519) 583-2660 ➤ Free Organ Concert Series 2012 at Waterford United Church continues this month featuring the talents of Joel VanderZee. It is being held on Friday, February 24th at 7:30, followed by refreshments. ➤ World Day of Prayer 2012 – ‘Let Justice Prevail’ written by the committee of Malaysia. Ecumenical Service held at Knox Presbyterian Church in Port Dover, Friday, March 2nd at 1pm. All welcome. ➤ World Day of Prayer - This annual event is being held on Friday, March 2nd in St. James United Church at 1:30 pm. The service, written by the women of Malaysia and presented by women from seven Simcoe Churches, focuses on the plight of the Malaysian people. Rev. Mary Jo Patterson will be the speaker. Everyone is welcome.

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By Dave Scott My sister-in-law was home from Australia last week, and of course she brought our kids gifts… our son is now the proud owner of a didgeridoo, which he has been playing quite a bit… and getting pretty good at it! My daughter received a beautiful photo of the Opera House in Sydney, also a photo book of Fiji and another book about the strong historical women of Australia… Erin likes to read. Monica and I received well the best gift of all of course… A PILE OF POO! That’s right, POO! Okay lets back up a bit… about a month before Monica’s sister (Maureen) and her fiancé David arrived she called to ask what she could bring us… Monica and Maureen decided that it would be best if a donation was made to a worthy charity on our behalf. So Maureen and David did… to Oxfam

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Unwrapped. The card we received from Oxfam stated that, “A load of manure has been purchased on your behalf and will be given to a family living in poverty. It is part of the world –changing program called Oxfam unwrapped.” It also says, “A bag of Poo can help families in Sri Lanka fertilize their soil and get more from their crops. In Sri Lanka we’re supporting poor and marginalized farmers, mainly women, with training in growing organic vegetables and environmentallyfriendly rice growing techniques. These methods of agriculture use organic manure instead of expensive agrochemicals.” Thanks to Moe and David… uhh, for the Poo! If you would like more info check it out at 519.428.1777

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Courtesy of The Silver Lake Rowing Club Garrett Buis of Holy Trinity posted a personal best to win the Senior High School Men’s Open event in indoor rowing at the London Ergatta last weekend. Buis is one of the few remaining rowers training under the coaching of Sue Fairley at the Silver Lake Rowing Club. In early February, he posted a personal best of 6:49 to place 15 out of 49 competitors in the same event at the Canadian Indoor Championships. Buis knocked a second off his personal best to win gold in London. “He’s already getting close to the top ten in Ontario and has another year left in his category” said Fairley. According to Fairley, “Norfolk County was well represented at the Canadian Indoor Championships. In addition to a few other students from various elementary school who train at our facility in Port

Dover, we had a large group from Elgin Avenue Public School rowing in the future Olympians category under the direction of Dave Wilson a teacher at Elgin. “ Rowing under the Silver Lake Rowing Club banner at the Canadian Indoor Championships held in Toronto, Sydney Buis earned silver in the 500 meter age 11 girls’ category with a time of 2:08.3. Joey Azzopardi was 4th in the boys’ 1000 meter age 12 category with a time of 4:29.9 and Cam Buis was 8th in the boys age 13 with a time of 4:01. For more information related to the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships visit: http://www. The Silver Lake Rowing Club was established in 1999 to promote the sport of rowing in Norfolk County and surrounding communities. For information regarding competitive rowing contact Susan Fairley

Garrett Buis in foreground at the London Ergatta. Head Coach (519-583-0461). To find out more about the Silver Lake Rowing Club, call Jim Dover President, Silver Lake Rowing

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NORFOLK SECONDARY SCHOOL Accommodation Review Grand Erie District School Board approved a Pupil Accommodation Review for secondary schools in Norfolk County. Secondary schools included in the review are:

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aterford Old Town H all’s 2012 C oncert Series Unveiled – Sarah Slean to Headline!

Courtesy of Waterford Old Town Hall After the smash success of their 2011 inaugural Concert Series, Left Field Productions’ Sara Moody Veldhuis of Jarvis and Claire Senko (Artistic Director, Old Town Hall) of Waterford have once again joined creative forces to present an exciting, diverse slate of top musicians at the historic and beautifully-restored Old Town Hall in Waterford, ON. Beginning March 3, and continuing to June, “The Waterford Old Town Hall Concert Series 2012” will see five concerts featuring a stellar line-up boasting a “who’s who” list of Canadian artists, including the multi-award-winning, world-renowned songstress Sarah Slean! The series kicks off Saturday March 3 with the “Old Time, Rag Time, Good Time” music of Sheesham & Lotus. This brilliantly comedic, musically agile pair “blow the mind and hypnotize!”- Chris Coole. “Sheesham & Lotus bring an experience to their fans, not just a concert, and that’s exactly why they’re the perfect choice to kick off our 2012 series,” says Moody Veldhuis. “Those returning to the Hall after last year’s series know that experiences are what Claire and I are all about!” On Saturday March 31, Run With The Kittens, “Canada’s most entertaining live act” (Exclaim! Magazine) will rip up the stage at the Old Town Hall. CBC Radio describes RWTK as “over the top (and) jaw-dropping.” “The band’s roulette wheel of heavy space country, freak lounge, dub parodies and ironic metal makes them wholly unique.” - Evan Dickson, Chart Magazine. Sharing the bill with the Kittens is Hamilton’s darling, singer - songwriter Kori Pop. “She is an instant heart-stealer,” raves Senko. “State Magazine describes her music as ‘sugar coated cabaret pop with a theatrical quirk.’ Kori plus the Kittens = an explosive night of music!"

The third concert in the series showcases a crown jewel in Canadian music. Time Magazine calls Sarah Slean “One of the most compelling acts Canada has to offer.” This brilliant, world-class artist, two-time Gemini nominee and three-time Juno nominee graces the Old Town Hall stage for the first time on Saturday April 21. "We are ecstatic that Sarah Slean will be on our series this season,” said Moody Veldhuis. "I have seen her in concert several times and she always delivers an incredible performance! Our audience is in for a treat!" On Saturday May 26, Canadian Folk Music Award Winner Ariana Gillis brings her band to the Old Town Hall for a concert that will showcase the incredible talent of this 21-year-old from Vineland, ON. "I'm staggered by how good she is. There is not much that impresses me these days but I can honestly say she's the single most exciting thing I've heard in a very long time." -Bernie Taupin (Elton John’s longtime lyricist) The final concert of the series on Saturday June 23 features hot Toronto band New Country Rehab, back by popular demand! Fronted by fiddle genius John Showman (from the twice Juno -nominated Creaking Tree String Quartet), NCR is rounded out by James Robertson on guitar, Ben Whitely on bass, and Roman Tomé on percussion. “Poised to be the NEXT BIG THING in Canadian music” (Tom Power, CBC Radio), New Country Rehab are “some of Toronto’s best, and most seasoned musicians” (Kerry Doole, Exclaim! Magazine). “They have been described as Hank Williams meets Arcade Fire”, says Moody Veldhuis. “It’s fitting that last year’s series opener is this year’s ‘grand finale’ band.” “There are only 150 tickets available per concert.” says Senko. “Individual tickets are $25 but we are offering our audiences a 5-concert Series Special for only

$99. This deal ends the evening of the first concert, March 3, so act quickly!” Tickets are available at The Old Town Hall, Waterford (76 Main St. S.), Serafina Good Food, Simcoe (14 Norfolk St. S.), Cottage North, Port Dover (359 Main St.), and at

The Robot Cafe, Port Dover (243 Main St.) To reserve seats or for more info, please contact Claire Senko at 519.443.0113 or at claire@ All concerts are licensed events. Shows begin at 7:00 PM, with doors opening at 6:30 PM.

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By MARG WERDEN Nature’s Calling! A new organization in Norfolk, Nature’s Calling!, was launched last week with a mandate to address and correct “nature deficit disorder” in local children and adults. “Nature deficit disorder” is a term developed by Richard Louv in his book Last Child in the Woods. It describes the lack of nature in the lives of today’s wired generation. The new organization has evolved

The aim of Nature’s Calling! is to connect youth and families with nature and the outdoors and to raise awareness of and appreciation for our natural world. from a former committee of the Long Point World Biosphere Reserve Foundation where it began in 2009 as Kids for Turtles and later as When Nature Calls. Over the past three years it has provided educational programming to local youth and families in a variety of activities and programs throughout the year. Over the past few months, Nature’s Calling! has struck out on its own and was incorporated with its own set of by-laws, with plans to seek charitable status by the end of the year. “It was time for us to become our own organization, one that provides its own direction and vision,” said founder and cochair Bernie Solymar. “We have

a great board of directors – most are teachers and educators in our community with a strong commitment to environmental education.” The mission of Nature’s Calling! is to connect youth and families with nature and the outdoors, to raise awareness and appreciation for our natural world, and to foster a strong environmental ethic through education and engagement. The Board of Directors of Nature’s Calling! has already been busy forming new partnerships with other Norfolk organizations. Nature’s Calling! Nature Educator Colleen Dale will be delivering interpretive hikes to campers at the

local provincial parks throughout the summer and a partnership between the organization and Norfolk County will provide nature programming as part of the summer

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Courtesy of Bob Crane The Port Dover Power and Sail Squadron is announcing a new online study guide of the Boating Basics course. The Port Dover Power and Sail Squadron, a division of the Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons (CPS), offers this comprehensive Transport Canada-approved study guide for candidates of the online version of the Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) Boating Safety Exam. Upon successful completion of the online course, candidates are invited to proceed to the Transport Canada online Boating Safety Exam. Boating Basics provides additional safety lessons that go beyond the minimum requirements of basic boating safety knowledge set out by


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Transport Canada. At the present time, Boating Basics is the only Canadian PCOC course approved by the National Association of Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) in the United States and recognized by the United States Coasts Guard.

portfolio of classroom courses for pleasure craft operators on sailing, boat safety, navigation and vessel-handling techniques marine weather, communications and electronic navigation through instructors who are members themselves.

Boating Basics will continue to be offered by CPS through such squadrons as the Port Dover division and recognized providers across Canada as a stand-alone classroom course or as part of the CPS Boating Course, both leading to obtaining a PCOC. Candidates who want to challenge the exam and classroom students can only write the classroom exam. CPS is the recognized leader in recreational boating education in Canada and offers a comprehensive

The Port Dover Power and Sail Squadron offers a host of CPS programs. – “CPS has been at the forefront of the technology wave by educating boaters in using modern navigation tools,” comments CPS Executive Director Alain Brière. “For CPS, offering boating safety courses online is a natural next step. Online education will allow CPS to continue to reach and educate new generation of boaters that are computer savvy and boaters in remote areas.”

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camp program at Hay Creek. As well, Nature’s Calling! will be partnering with Bird Studies Canada (BSC) to host elementary school classrooms at BSC’s headquarters in Port Rowan during Earth Week (April 16 to 20). “The goal of this collaboration is to offer a half day of hands-on bird science programming and a half day of reptiles-atrisk programming,” said BSC Biologist and Science Educator Jody Allair. “Students are going to love it!” Events that the organization has organized in the past and that have proved successful will also be continued. During the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up held in September over the past three years, members and friends of the group have collected and weighed garbage from Long Point Beach as part of a nationwide program to clean up our coastal waters. The annual Butterfly and Dragonfly Festival, held on the second Sunday in July at Backus Heritage Conservation Area, has also been a success and will be continued. Nature’s Calling! is applying for funding to allow the organization to take nature-based programming into local classrooms as well as to bring students outdoors to acquire hands-on environmental experiences. “The best way to create the environmental leaders of tomorrow,” explained Co-Chair and teacher Wanda BackusKelly, “Is to provide them with hands-on learning

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Bob Crane Commander of the Port Dover Squadron had this to say about the online course - “Online training not only provides an easy, cost-effective means of acquiring proficiency in safe boating at your own pace, but also provides the opportunity for boating education to people who cannot attend regular classroom sessions”. A one year complimentary CPS Associate membership is offered to all successful Boating Basics candidates giving them access to a comprehensive package of CPS member benefits. CPS is proud of its partnership with Yardstick Software, Oasis Computing, and Sage New Media who contributed their technological and artistic know how to make this online course a reality.


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eed a ride?

By Dave Scott Where to start? In this case, it is already in full swing. Ours to access and take advantage of – Ride Norfolk! Which brings us to Brad Smith. To understand the job Brad does, we need to start by visiting his past… which is to say the least, kinda’ interesting. I guess I met Brad well, eight years ago… he was in university… a young guy… knew everything… just ask him… around that time he began to work at our summer camps (NYCA) and you could not help but notice that the kids really liked him. Brad had the qualities we look for in our leaders… he was young, full of energy, caring, loyal to the program, kids came first… as the summer went on, Monica and I realized just how much potential Brad had, and I think Brad began to see how much work went into the camps. It was during this time that our NYCA van drove all over the county; picking up kids to come to camp… transportation has always been a big issue for families in our area. Brad would often help drive the van and pick up kids for camp… he saw firsthand the need for some sort of transportation system within Norfolk. Flash ahead to the present; Brad is all grown up, married, and is the Transportation Coordinator for Ride Norfolk… you know, the local bus service for folks, that started last October. Well I figured I should stop in and see how things were going for Brad. Of course I called and booked an

appointment… and we met. The great thing about Brad is, he is always genuinely happy to see you… we met at his office, caught up on how our families were doing, and settled in to talk a little about Ride Norfolk. The program started up in October of last year and has continued a steady growth… as public awareness has grown; the bus has seen a slight increase. I suppose it is like any business that starts out… you have to be patient, educate folks and build it properly. Brad explained that more stops have recently been added along the routes… thanks to the communities’ input, these routes were added to create locations that were public friendly. Brad believes it is important to take heed of what the public is saying. We chatted a little about where folks were taking advantage of the bus… he explained that currently, the busiest spot was in Port Dover and second was Delhi. Our topic of conversation turned to Sharp Bus Lines, who provide the bus and driver… Brad explained that staff at Sharp have been excellent to work with! The drivers are always accommodating to the folks using the service. Brad recognizes the importance of building a larger base to support the program… and is doing all that he can… it is up to us, the general public, to use the service. The fees are very reasonable and the routes are convenient for all to use. You can purchase your bus tickets (in town ride $2, out of town ride $6, children age 5 and under Free) at

The Willow Beach Club At the water’s edge, near the old pier, a group wanted to have a little social activity at the lake in the summer and organized themselves under the name “Willow Beach Club.” The group included summer cottagers and Simcoe friends. They were active from July 1923 till July 1929 when club affairs were wound up and the building sold

Brad Smith, Transportation Coordinator for Ride Norfolk. your local library. For information or a pamphlet you can go to your library; go online and check out the service at; or call 519-428-3178. So there you have it folks… for many years, a lot of us have asked for a bus service… so lets use it. It is

to Mr. A.L. Spence of Brantford. He used the material in the construction of a cottage he built on the brow of the hill across from the Powell cottage. As dancing had been popular at the club, the floor in the Spence cottage was of two thicknesses of hardwood. “Looking Back” at Port Ryerse “Port Ryerse 1794-1994” was originally printed and sold-out in 1994 to mark

an opportunity we cannot let pass us by… our community is so spread out… like Brad and I discovered years ago picking up kids for camp… we knew then it was much needed… this service is something not a lot of rural communities have… so take pride… and Ride Norfolk.

the bicentennial of Port Ryerse. The Bell Tower Fundraising Committee is reprinting the book, with up-to-date additions. Profits will be used to help restore the Memorial Church bell tower. To Pre-order at a special advanced printing price of $30 Email Tom Ryerson at or call Jack Addison at 519-428-1611.

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oyotetsu Donates $2,000 towards NGH Foundation ‘Lend a H and’ Campaign

On February 7, 2012 Kelly Isfan, President and CEO, Norfolk General Hospital welcomed Toyotetsu Canada to the hospital for a cheque presentation towards the “Lend a Hand” Campaign. Toyotetsu Canada have been loyal supporters of the Norfolk General Hospital Foundation since their arrival to the community in 2007. The company prides itself on having high safety standards for their employees. They value having a community hospital like Norfolk General Hospital available for

their staff and families when they need it. By supporting the hospital, Toyotetsu feels they are contributing to quality patient care for everyone in our community. The Norfolk General Hospital Foundation is grateful for this donation from Toyotetsu, we value this partnership and thank Toyotetsu for their strong commitment to invest in local health care.


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