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of the fantastic cider. Cheryl Peck of the Cider Keg estimated that eight hundred folks enjoyed their cider. The tour group also stopped by Long Point Eco-Adventures, The Burning Kiln and Great Mountain Ginseng.

➤ Fall Roast Beef Supper at Grace United Church, Port Dover on Wednesday, October 26 from 5 to 7 pm. Adults $12, Children under 12 $5, Preschool Free. Tickets in Advance Only at Tan Mar Shoppe, Port Dover. ➤ St. Cecilia’s Catholic Women’s League offers Cabbage Rolls at $12.00 per dozen. Orders accepted until October 31, 2011, and these can be picked up on Wednesday, November 9th, between 4 and 6 p.m., at the Port Dover Community Centre, St. George St. To place orders for cabbage rolls, please contact Maureen Rossitter at 519-583-1691. ➤ NGH TREASURE MART, Saturday, November 5, 8 am - 1 pm., 2011 at the Aud, Simcoe Fairgrounds. Trinkets/treasures, penny table, crafts, clothing, country kitchen, 50/50 draw, silent auction. Lunch available. Admission $2 (18 and over). Proceeds to hospital medical equipment. Sponsor - Volunteer Association to Norfolk General Hospital and the Nursing Home. Call Pat 519-582-0782 for details. ➤ Soroptimist Fundraiser - Soroptimist Int’l of H-N Annual Dinner/Dance Saturday November 5th, at The Delhi Belgian Club Cocktails at 6pm. Dinner at 7pm. Music by the Blue Waves Tickets $35.00 each Call 519-429-3558 or

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519-426-1579. ➤ Found Friends Adoption Day and Free BBQ at: Rick McCall Volkswagen 144 Queensway East, Simcoe Saturday November 12, from 10 am to 2:30 pm. All cats/kittens are ready for a home. Kittens come with a spay or neuter incentive. For more info come see and bring your carrier just in case. ➤ Crime Stoppers of Haldimand, Norfolk and Tillsonburg “The Great Grocery and Gas Giveaway” ticket fundraiser - 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. Draw date – Nov 29, 2011 ➤ Scottish Country Dancing - The Port Dover Scottish Country Dance Group welcomes new members. Classes are held every Tuesday evening from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m., at Knox Presbyterian Church, Chapman St., Port Dover. Join us for fun and fitness. No partner? No problem! For more information, contact Anne Rounding at 519-583-9656.

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By Dave Scott Last week I had the opportunity to speak with the Probus Club of Norfolk… I had no idea how large the club was… and what it is they did. I had been asked to speak about our newspaper and was excited to do so. As I pulled into the Community Centre I was surprised at the amount of cars… I thought perhaps I had the wrong date… I have been known to do that from time to time. Ok, now I am a little nervous… perhaps these are all the club members… I walk in as a group of well over a hundred people are preparing for a break… the first half of the meeting was drawing to a close. The folks slip out of the room and enjoy a coffee and a treat in the lobby. I recognize folks from Dover and strike up a conversation, asking questions about the group… everyone I talk to enjoys the club

and all it has to offer. The Probus Club of Norfolk for those who are unaware was formed five years ago and was sponsored by the Sunrise Rotary Club of Simcoe… since its inauguration it has grown rapidly. According to Probus Canada the purpose of Probus is, “To stimulate thought, interest and participation in activities at a time when it is easy to become complacent and self-centred.” The group meets once a month from 10am to noon. The meeting is comprised of about thirty minutes business, and thirty minutes coffee break, followed by a guest speaker. From the main group, smaller clubs are spun off… such as a travel club, golf club, book club, bridge club and cooking club to name a few. It is easy to see why these folks gravitate to the club… chatting with the group there is a strong sense of camaraderie and fellowship. The club is made up of both women

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and men, retired and semi-retired. It provides the opportunity to meet new friends and brings folks together of similar interests. I spoke for thirty minutes and was delighted by the show of hands of all those that read the Hub. Plus one of our own Hub writers, Pat Grant is a member… you cannot get any more community minded than Pat.

If you would like to know more about the Probus Club of Norfolk, check out their website at www. probus.org/11norfolk.htm. To the Probus Club, ‘Thank you for having me in to speak… and don’t forget to send us some photos of your outings… we would love to share them with our many Hub readers.’

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By Dave Scott As kids, horses always held a special place in our hearts. We never forget our first horseback ride… we look upon horses as proud majestic animals, beautiful and powerful… but not all horses have it easy, and for horses that are neglected, and/ or abused… what becomes of them? Who takes care of them? Who feeds them? Who provides shelter? Since 2007 Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue, located on concession 10 Hagersville, has. According to their website the organization (Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue) is privately funded by the efforts of the owners and kind donations of like minded animal lovers. It is because of volunteers, who are many, that donate their time and effort, which allows Whispering Hearts to operate. Since opening in 2007, Whispering Hearts has saved over one hundred horses in need. They are proud to say that a lot of these horses have now been adopted. Many are now living in permanent, loving homes as a result of the efforts and dedication to the cause by Whispering Hearts. As I said earlier, donations from the public are huge in keeping

Whispering Hearts going and that is where today’s story beings. A friend of mine… who is involved with Whispering Hearts… recently told me a story of a young lady who wanted to help the horses. The Onifrichuk family found out about Whispering Hearts from their friend Jen at Scotiabank Simcoe… Jen who volunteers at Whispering Hearts invited the family out to an open house at the farm. The family attended, met some of the horses, and heard the stories about the animals… Emma, the Onifrichuk’s oldest daughter, who is in grade two at St. Joe’s was especially touched by the horse’s plight. Emma and her younger sister, Lily, described how a blind horse had taken to wanting their mom to pet her. Both the girls’ eyes lit up as they discussed their visit to the farm… it was obvious these horses had made an impact on their lives. Back at their home in Simcoe, the family began to prepare for Emma’s upcoming birthday party (August 14th)… they had asked Emma what she wanted to do for her party… they gave her lots of ideas… and in the end, Emma decided she would have a party, but instead of presents she would like her friends to make

Emma Onifrichuk at Carousel Stables in St. Williams. a small donation to Whispering Hearts… Emma figured she had lots of toys already… so she decided she wanted to help the horses. Her

parents double checked with her… did she fully understand? She did. They were extremely proud of their

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to play in the rain! We older folks tend to forget that as a kid it was kinda’ fun to play in the rain… just a simple freedom that as adults we forget. Now mind you, I don’t want anyone to get ill… or hurt… but those carefree kids looked pretty happy out there. Sure at the end of the day, the kids were tired, cold and wet, but happy… and isn’t that part of being a kid? The A division champs were Boston Public (three-peat); B division went to Walsh Public; and the C division winners were Doverwood Public. Congrats to all the participants on a job well done!

NORFOLK SECONDARY SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION REVIEW Members of the Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) wish to hear ideas from the community on the best way to accommodate secondary students in Norfolk. Schools involved in the review are Delhi District Secondary School, Doverwood Public School, Port Dover Composite School, Simcoe Composite School, Valley Heights Secondary School, and Waterford District High School. Written submissions can be emailed to the ARC’s recording secretary, Heather-Jo Causyn, at heather-jo.causyn@granderie.ca by Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. Submissions can also be delivered to the Norfolk Support Centre, 227 Main Street, South, Waterford, or given to one of the principals at the schools involved in the review. Verbal presentations of your written submissions are welcome. Please indicate the name of the individual who will deliver the 10 minute presentation to the ARC at the next public meeting.

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Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 Time: 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Location: Port Dover Composite School Public consultation is at the heart of this accommodation review process. We value your input and look forward to hearing from you. Visit the ARC – Norfolk Secondary button at www.granderie.ca for more information. A principal is available to support you through this process.

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hearing a word. This is a talent everyone learns at an early age and has become expert in when they become a senior; a senior being 65 and over. But then as we become seniors our ability to hear may start to change so that even when we truly listen our ears do not hear. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, “More than 50% of Canadians over the age of sixtyfive have an inner ear hearing loss.” Some causes of this loss are medications, aging, heredity, ear

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Are you listening to me? Did you hear me? Every senior has been asked these questions and usually in the situation there was only one answer, a polite and prompt yes sir, yes ma’am or yes and the name of the person asking the question! The words listen and hear are so often said at the same time. To listen means, “To make an effort to hear something, to pay attention to the person speaking.” To hear means, “To perceive or sense sounds with the ear, through stimulation of the auditory nerve in the ear by sound waves.” (I hope you are still with me!!!)

friends. Anyone wondering about their hearing should consult their doctor as soon as possible. This is really the best way to deal with the worries! Despite all the information one reads and hears, there is support and help if there is a real problem. Nobody ever said ‘aging’ was easy! We seniors have to expect changes in our abilities but we can all adapt to them (with time, effort and support) and enjoy ourselves!

Now for some ‘hearing and ear’ quizzes… match the lines of the song in Column A with the titles in Column B. A B 1. To hear sleigh bells in the snow a. April Showers b. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day 2. Where seldom is heard a discouraging word c. White Christmas 3. So keep on listening to the bluebird 4. Their old familiar carols playing d. Listen to the Mockingbird 5. The mockingbird is singing all the day e. Home on the Range The next quiz is fun for the young and old to do together. It was made up by Ella (5yrs), Austin (8yrs), their mom, Susanne and a senior! And now, match the sound in Column A with what makes the sound in Column B. A B 1. Bark a. Lion 2. Ring b. Dog 3. Slam c. Tap 4. Oink d. Rainstorm 5. Drip e. Owl or car brakes 6. Thunder f. Dove or contented baby 7. Roar g. Pig 8. Coo h. Bell 9. Screech i. Door

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would like to take a moment to say a great big thank you from myself and my manager Phil Poss at Victoria Eldercare to everyone that attended our Alzheimer’s Coffee Break last week. It was well attended and we had a number of donations for the Alzheimer’s Society programs. We hope to do this every year!

This month’s article deal’s with frequently asked questions that older drivers have regarding aging and driving, particularly those drivers that are approaching their 8oth birthday. Once a driver in Ontario turns 80 years old they are required to renew their drivers license every two years. To renew you must successfully complete a vision test, a multiple-choice test on the rules of the road and road signs. Relatively new to the renewal process is participation in a Group Education Session. The Group education session is a class of about 15 drivers aged 80 and older. Rules of the road are reviewed and a group discussion on driving as a senior is included. This is also a way to introduce new traffic laws and to be informed on how aging affects driving skills. The session last approximately 3 hours and this includes the 90-minute group discussion. As you approach your 80th birthday you will receive a letter (about 90 days before your license is about to expire) you must then call to schedule the group Education Session. There is no charge for the group session but it is mandatory that you attend. In some locations you can do all the testing on one day, this will take about 3 to 4 hours. If during this testing your skills seem lacking you may be asked to do a road test. There is no charge for the road test and you can re-try if you do not pass on the first attempt. This process is not meant to penalize the older driver, only to ensure that he or she can safely

operate a motor vehicle. Preparing for this testing every two years also helps to keep skills honed and keeps the aging senior up to date on the most current information. There are plenty of resources available to help the senior driver prepare for the testing. Further information is available at the following number, 1-888-276-7885. All of this information is available in much more detail at no charge through the Ministry of Transportation (Ontario) Web-site and pamphlets are available at Service Ontario where you renew your plates and drivers license Dr. Bruce Veltri owns and operates Victoria Eldercare, a non-medical home care agency matching exceptional caregivers with elderly seniors, to help them maintain independence and remain safely in their homes. Victoria Eldercare can be contacted by phone, 519-426-7300 or through our web-site: www.victoriaeldercare.com.

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By MARG WERDEN Eco-Kids Nature Camp The “When Nature Calls” environmental education organization is hosting an Eco-Kids Nature Camp on Sunday, October 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hay Creek Conservation Area. Interested children between the ages of 8 and 12 are invited to pre-register for the one-day camp that will engage them in environmental hands-on activities, presentations, outdoor games and much more. The aim of the camp program is to help kids gain a lasting appreciation for nature and a life-long interest in caring for our environment. The one-day event will also help participants meet other people their own age with the same interests. “When Nature Calls” is trying to address and correct a condition called “nature deficit disorder,” described as a lack of knowledge and hands-on experience with nature. To help re-connect youth and adults with nature, “When Nature Calls” offers educational and recreational activities that foster an appreciation of and respect for nature and our environment. The Eco-Kids Nature Camp is just one of many activities hosted by the group each year. The fee for the one-day camp is $20/child for When Nature Calls members, $30/child for non-members. For more information or to register, please contact Colleen Dale, When Nature Calls Environmental Education Coordinator, at whennaturecalls@ lpwbrf.ca or 519-512-0240.

Project FeederWatch Workshop Bird Studies Canada is hosting a workshop to teach young birders and their families to feed and monitor the birds that stay in this area over the winter. The workshop will cover a wide range of topics, including advice on bird feeders and bird food, identifying feeder birds, making your backyard more bird-

CPAP therapy. It is important to remember that the sleep physician and/or sleep lab must give you a choice of which vendor you want to go to. No one can force you into any vendor in particular. The sleep lab should provide you with a list of vendors that are in your area for you to choose from. If they do not provide this list, you can find vendors in the yellow pages under homecare, home oxygen, homecare supplies or home respiratory. When you begin CPAP therapy with your vendor, you will go out on a trial of the equipment. This time is designed to help you adjust to therapy and find the right equipment for you and your needs. Once your trial is complete you will make your decision to stay with therapy and purchase your equipment. When you begin CPAP therapy it is

friendly, and participating in Project FeederWatch as a Citizen Scientist. The workshop will be held on Saturday, November 5 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and will be led by Science Educators Jody Allair and Liza Barney. The workshop will be held at Bird Studies Canada’s (BSC) headquarters, 115 Front Road, Port Rowan, ON and will have an outdoor component (weather permitting). The fee is $10 per family. Preregistration is required so please contact Liza Barney at (519) 586-3531 ext.128, lbarney@birdscanada.org, or visit BSC’s Bird Science and Environmental Education Program website to register. A British study has shown that feeding the birds over the winter makes for a more successful breeding season for the birds the next spring. By providing some birds with extra food, such as peanuts, and leaving others to fend for themselves, the study compared productivity between the two groups. Those that were given extra food laid eggs earlier and, although they produced the same number of chicks, an average of one more per clutch successfully fledged. Although it was well known that backyard feeding helps many birds survive the winter, this is the first time that the benefits to spring breeding and productivity have been shown. Although there is debate on whether birds should continue to be fed in the spring when natural food sources become more readily available, this study showed that birds will continue to benefit from feeding well into the breeding season. The extra food we put out for birds contains fat, protein and carbohydrates, which may make the female bird stronger and more able to produce eggs. Foods like peanuts and bird seed also include vitamins and minerals, which can also produce healthier eggs and chicks.

important to keep in mind that you may adjust right away to therapy, but if you do not, that is perfectly normal. Most often it takes 3-4 weeks to adjust to therapy. It takes time to become comfortable with the constant airflow and to get comfortable with wearing the CPAP mask. The important thing to remember is that if you don’t feel a significant difference in your symptoms or you don’t feel comfortable right away its ok, just keep putting your CPAP on each and every night. CPAP is a therapy that takes time to adjust to and something that you normally use for your entire life. Don’t get frustrated with your CPAP. If you get frustrated, take it off, get up, have a glass of water and start again in 30 minutes. Persistence is often the key to success with CPAP therapy. Your CPAP vendor should help you adjust to therapy by

offering help and troubleshooting throughout the trial and ongoing even after your purchase. When selecting a CPAP vendor there are a few important questions to ask: • How long is your trial? Does it have a cost? • Can I try different masks/units during the trial? • Do you carry all makes of machines & masks? • Do you offer payment plans? • Do you provide a follow up program? • What qualifications does your staff have? Lyndsey Ross, RRT, BSc. Respiratory HomeCare Solutions Simcoe 39 Kent Street North, Unit 2 Simcoe, Ontario p. 519.426.1113 e. simcoe@rhscanada.com

Feeding birds over the winter and into spring can result in healthier bird populations. Snow Buntings The Canadian Snow Bunting Network (CSBN) is a network of researchers and volunteers monitoring the migratory and wintering behaviour of Snow Buntings in Canada. The only reliable way to monitor the health of this species is to band the birds during the winter as it is difficult to access the breeding populations since they breed in the high Arctic.

The CSBN is looking for landowners who feed Snow Buntings on their property or bird banders who are interested in helping in the trapping and banding of this species over the winter. Anyone interested in helping may contact Dr. Oliver Love at olove@uwindsor. ca, 519-253-3000 ext. 2711.

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and we need help to send our twelve students. Ford has generously offered us the opportunity to make up to $6,000 dollars at a charity test drive event. People should

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Snow, The Simcoe and District Youth Soccer Club, and the generosity of hundreds of families in Norfolk and Haldimand Counties), Nester is watching her siblings and friends socialize, work as a team and practice sportsmanship as they play the game with a real soccer ball (something most of us take for granted). These days (because of the inspiration and commitment of Amy and Stu McLaren), Nester’s siblings are off to the newly built Shalom Primary School. The McLarens are the founders of World Teacher

Photo, left to right, back row: Jane Kitchen, Kylie Schneider, and Alexis Schneider. Middle row: Georgia Schuyler, Danialle Simpson, Paige McConnell, and Megan Fess. Front row: Sydney Pow, and Darien Pauls. Missing from photo: Jack Haldane, Canaan Awde, Ryan Hunter and teacher Chaperone Andrea Brown. know it will take just about 15-20 minutes of their time, hotdogs will be available and a bagpiper will perform for their enjoyment. The Ford Test Drive Fundraiser takes

place Friday October 21, 2011, from 4:00-7:00pm at Blue Star Ford, Queensway, Simcoe.

Photo, left to right: Cameron O'Keefe of the London Children's Hospital Foundation, Brad Thomson, General Manager of MacDonald Turkey Point Marina, Norfolk Mayor Dennis Travale, Norfolk County Councillor Jim Oliver and Danny MacDonald, President of MacDonald Marine.

2011. We would like to thank all of our sponsors, competitors and volunteers who helped raise $6,872 this year for the London Children's Hospital. Over the past 11 years we

have raised $63,540 in total. More than 1,100 children from Norfolk and Oxford visit this hospital each year. I would like to thank everyone who has been involved over the past

eleven years and I look forward to working with everyone again in the future, Brad Thomson.

Aid, a charity that began in 2006 and that is, “Dedicated to bringing education to children in developing nations, by building schools, funding teachers and implementing sustainable feeding programs.” In the not so distant future (as a result of generous people such as those in attendance at the Second Annual Semi-Formal Gala), these students will have the opportunity to attend high school. They can look forward to continuing their education, in turn, empowering themselves as individuals and giving back to their community. Statistics show that the alternative

outcome, without such support for food and schooling, was that a good number would turn to crime and violence trying to meet their basic needs. To raise funds for such projects, World Teacher Aid held its Second Annual Gala this past Friday at the Greens at Renton. It was a sold out hit and everyone looked stunning! There was a silent auction, three course plated dinner, live African Dance Entertainment provided by Ijo Vudu Dance Company, and dancing provided by Sensational Sounds DJ Service. It was estimated that over $13,000 was raised!!

Congratulations to Amy, Stu, and the Word Teacher Aid Board of Directors on a fantastic evening - and thank you to everyone who attended and supported the event through donations, both monetary and in-kind! To learn more about World Teacher Aid and how you can make a difference, visit www.worldTeacherAid.org. By supporting children today we ensure independent, thriving communities of tomorrow. - Nester and her siblings are typical children living at the IDP Camp. Their names have been changed for this article. -


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As a self admitted â&#x20AC;&#x153;style junkieâ&#x20AC;? it was a fun challenge to write an opinion on fashion trends for this season. In the 80â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s I picked up knitting as a hobby and it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t long before I was ditching the patterns and making my own. I guess it is something that has always been a passion. Currently we have many influences in what appears on the shelves of our shops. The runways of Paris and Milan are always the predictors of what will eventually filter down to the somewhat less stylized versions we will be wearing. Most recent influences involve the environment and economics. We are evolving as consumers and now we choose to purchase products made with fibres that have the least negative impact on our world such as bamboo, hemp and soy. An added benefit to these would be their anti-bacterial properties. Using material made from recycled

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clothing and house wares has become a very popular trend and is not only environmentally smart but has kicked the creativity level way up! Economically it makes sense to buy quality. In a classic piece such as a pea jacket or a pencil skirt, buy the best you can afford. Environmentally and economically it is wise to shop locally. Canadians and Europeans are big supporters of independent retailers and small couture houses. They are far more creative than â&#x20AC;&#x153;big boxâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; stores or mall shopping where you can get plenty of â&#x20AC;&#x153;cookie cutterâ&#x20AC;? styles. Independent does not mean expensive and we have proof of that right here in our own community. We have a few shops that are not only fashion forward but have honest, conscientious proprietors. With exceptional customer service, many offer an â&#x20AC;&#x153;on approvalâ&#x20AC;? system whereby you can try things at home.

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