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Nautical Shop

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Harry Gamble Junior has been around boats all of his life‌ there are very few men who know as much about the inner workings of a diesel engine. The Gamble clan are as much a part of Port Dover’s history as anyone in town. Now, they are like a lot of Dover families‌ who agree to disagree on just about anything‌ but when you look at the body of work the family as a whole has done in the last hundred years, you realize in a bigger sense, of what the Gamble name means. You can travel the Great Lakes over and ask any old-timer‌ and they will have a Gamble story for you‌ may it be George Gamble’s Grey Ghosts‌ to the many fishing vessels‌ a few being the likes of Alex B, Long Time, H.H. Misner, and the Alimidart, which is now sitting proudly at the Port Dover Harbour Museum, to the old lift bridge (they built that too)‌ when you talk to Harry Junior about the fishing fleet in Port Dover, once one of the mightiest on the Great Lakes (at one point, the largest freshwater fishing fleet in the world)‌ he can tell you a lot about the history of the fish tugs and perhaps where they reside today (he often comes across them in his travels)‌ he understands and enjoys their importance in our history‌ like I said, his family has built a few. There aren’t a lot of guys like Harry around anymore‌ who have a strong appreciation for a part of Dover’s history that is slipping away. Growing up in a fishing family I can kinda’ sense what Harry is talking about‌ it is who you are‌ it was the major business in town for a long time. You either fished or worked at Ivey’s‌ the Gamble family has a long, rich history in Port Dover and Harry Junior is a part of that. After many years of being a diesel mechanic,

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working on ships of every size and shape all over the Great Lakes and beyond‌ Harry decided to change things up and has opened the Nautical Shop in Port Dover, at 1 Grand Street (just east of the lift bridge). Walking into the shop, you can see the many artefacts from old freighters, tugs and boats of many different kinds‌ it is like getting a history lesson about the Great Lakes. The wheels that are hung around the shop all have their own story‌ the wood is worn‌ you can try to appreciate the achievements these hand crafted wheels have done over the years‌ they are the helm of their respected ships‌ as a kid I remember the first time my father let me steer‌ taking hold of the wheel to me was a very powerful symbol‌ it sticks with you. Looking around the shop at the many different types of wheels, I wondered how many folks have directed those wheels or how many lives had been touched by those wheels‌ many a man looked out beyond the bow of a boat peering into the endless line of waves‌ guiding the wheel‌ keeping the compass heading‌ feeling the freedom few have experienced‌ On the wall, hanging proudly is a ship wheel Harry’s grandfather, George, built‌ Harry knows which wheels his grandfather built‌ he can tell by the unique doweling in each one. As a child, Harry Junior would help his grandfather make the wheels‌ it is a vivid memory that brings a warm smile to Harry’s face. He tells me the story of being down East and walking into a restaurant only to see one of his grandfather’s wheels displayed proudly on the wall‌ and another story when just a few months ago, a lady pulled up in a car and asked if Harry information and registration, please call Carla at 519-583-1530. ➤ 26th Fall Affairiat Grace United Church, Port Dover on Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 8am With Garage & Rummage Room, Bake Shop, Country Store, Books & Games, Lunch Room, Plants for Fall & China & Glass Room, Silent Auction & Penny Sale From 8am To 12 Noon, 50/50 Draw, Joan’s Famous Preserves, Something for Everyone! ➤ Simcoe Ten Thousand Villages Sale, Friday, October 21st 9am - 9pm & Saturday, October 22nd 9am - 4pm. First Baptist Church corner of Talbot St and Young St, Simcoe - fair trade handicrafts from third world countries & village cafe ➤ Crime Stoppers of Haldimand, Norfolk and Tillsonburg “The Great Grocery and Gas Giveawayâ€? 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

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History was made in Woodhouse on Sept. 25, 2011 St. John's Anglican Church in a continuing year long celebration of it's 190th Anniversary presented The Honourable Eugene Whelan at their Thanksgiving /Harvest Service. Church service on Sunday was spiritually unique, exhilarating and informative. Long time MPP and local P.C candidate Toby Barrett introduced Mr. Whelan. Toby provided a brief overview of Whelan's long and dedicated career serving his country in many capacities including Federal Minister of Agriculture for 12 years , Senator, and Canada's first Ambassador to the Food and Agricultural Organization in Rome. Mr. Whelan started off by saying he was honoured and truly humbled to be asked to be part of a service of praise and Thanksgiving for the 190th anniversary celebration of St. John's Anglican Church, the oldest Anglican Church in Norfolk County. He said St. John's Church and farming are very similar. For example, both have been a mainstay of the community for a very long time. Each week the

church members stop and give praise to God for their blessings of the past week. Each day farmers get up and give thanks for the sun and rain. Both the church and the farmers realize that a lot of good works they do go unnoticed but they still "plough on". During the last 190 years both institutions have seen a lot of change, and both have retained their focus. St. John's continued to praise God and feed the hungry soul and local farmers have continued to thank God for the bounties received and try to feed people of their community and the world. He went on to say, let's stop and think about the conditions that existed 190 years ago. Norfolk County and Upper Canada were just being populated. Many people from Europe were coming to Canada to create new lives for themselves . Most of the immigrants were farmers. They knew they had to grow their own food if they were going to eat. It was hard work to clear the land and start growing crops and raising livestock. As hard and crude as it was, it was the beginning of the most important industry of all, the industry of farming, agriculture and food. The building of the greatest country in the world, the Canada we know and

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Ambassador Kenneth Taylor. Mr. Whelan stated that “As we approach the Thanksgiving season I charge each of you to think about what you can do to help feed the hungry people of the world”. He lamented that 30 years ago in his book, 'Whelan', he had said the same thing and predicted we would be saying it in 30 years. “Unfortunately my prediction is coming true. In spite of technological improvements and advancements there are still hungry starving people world wide.” Mr. Whelan asked that we support local food banks and/or Canadian Foodgrains Bank in Winnipeg . Please continue to honour his request. We will see that anything given to us gets delivered. Thank you to the Comfort Inn for supplying accommodation and The Blue Elephant where an evening meal was enjoyed with Mr & Mrs Whelan. A huge thank you to those who have already given food and cash donations. It feels good to give a gift so needed.

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Man has not done the island’s wildlife any favours! No one knows what the islands were like before humans arrived, but since the arrival of, first the Polynesians and then the Europeans, the original wildlife of the islands has suffered in terms of survival. Early settlers brought with them foreign plants and domestic animals such as pigs, cats and chickens that have made many species of birds, plants and other wildlife extinct. One of the biggest problems for birds is bird malaria. Before the early1800s, there were no mosquitoes in Hawai’i – truly a paradise in my opinion! However, in 1826, a whaling ship, “Wellington”, dumped its larvae-infested water barrels on shore and unleashed mosquitoes on an unsuspecting island. Pigs, which root up the vegetation, leave behind holes and indentations in the soil in which water collects, providing the mosquitoes with ideal breeding grounds. The mosquitoes, unfortunately, have spread bird malaria throughout the avian population and now, almost 200 years later, many of the species that were endemic to (only found in) Hawai’i are extinct and many more (31 of the 71 species still surviving) are on the endangered list. Add to this the problem of the mongoose, not a bird, but a ferretlike mammal. The mongoose was introduced on several of the islands in order to help control the rat problem, another introduced species. Unfortunately, no one consulted a biologist or did even a minimum of research before making this decision. Rats are nocturnal. The mongoose hunts during the day! So now both rats and the mongoose are pests. Similarly, the Common Myna, a member of the Starling family, was introduced from India in 1865 to control insect pests. Without any natural enemies here, they

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The islands are a work in progress We spent a few days on the “Big Island” of Hawai’i, the archipelago’s youngest island, and camped just one mile from the crater of a very active volcano. We put our trust in the scientists who assured us that the volcano, Kilauea, is not the Mount St. Helens explosive kind, but rather an oozer. However, I wasn’t as reassured after the park ranger’s talk about the geology of the islands, in which he told us that the lava can flow at a speed of up to 35 miles per hour. That gave us, what?, approximately two minutes to get out of the way if the volcano decided to overflow the rim of the crater in our direction. Not comforting at all. We also learned that the tectonic plate on which the islands sit is slowly moving in a northwest direction. The island of Hawai’i currently sits over a hot spot in the plate and that is why there are active volcanoes on this island and not on the other islands, which have moved away from the hot spot. The further northwest one travels along the archipelago, the older and smaller the islands become as the sea slowly reclaims the land. Each time the lava pours out of the volcano on Hawai’i and makes it to the ocean, more land is added to the island, increasing its size. As real estate agents here like to say, “Buy it while it’s hot!” Hawai’i’s

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which has happened regularly, we find that it comes down hard and fast, but it never lasts more than a short time. The bright side is that we get to see a lot of rainbows, which probably explains the rainbow on the state’s licence plates. So far we have yet to have a day without sunshine in the more than two weeks we’ve been here, so no complaints from us about the weather. There’s probably a spot on these islands that is ideal for everyone’s taste in weather. No wonder this state is considered a paradise.

The weather on the Hawaiian islands is very changeable, depending on which side of the island you are on and at what elevation you are. We have driven along the coast of several of the islands and were in lush, green rainforest one minute, turned a corner and were suddenly in desert-like conditions with dry grasses and cacti growing everywhere. As the winds encounter the mountains, they drop their moisture on the windward side and have nothing left to give the other side. Similarly, elevation makes a huge difference in temperature. At sea level it is hot and humid, while a few thousand feet up a mountain it can be nice and cool. By 6,000 feet, however, it is quite chilly and at the 10,000-foot summit of Haleakalã it was cold, wet (from the clouds) and very windy. I was happy to have hat, mitts, warm clothes and raingear with me. On the big island, snow is often found at the summit of Manua Kea and Mauna Loa, both with summits close to 14,000 feet. The snow is regular enough at Mauna Loa that they have a ski resort there. So, we’ve discovered that if we 102 First Ave, Port Dover get tired of hot and is hosting a Free Grief Care Seminar sticky, we just head You are among friends. up a few thousand feet he loss of a loved one can be quite traumatic. Healing and we’re much more takes time, yet with the support of others, it can be less comfortable. painful. We understand how difficult it can be when you’re separated from someone you love and we recognize that When we have everyone has a unique way of handling the pain. encountered rain, th

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awesome talked to me about our family history with heart disease. My doctor explained how my ‘bad cholesterol’ was really high. My first thought was my kids… my dad and his dad died young, so it is important for me to break the pattern… Now I am not here to preach to anyone… everyone has their own choices to make as far as diet and exercise… and far be it from me to give advice… but the one thing I can tell you is that you cannot wait for someone to point you in the right direction… you, yourself have to make the decision to get fit. Once you make the commitment you will surprise yourself at how easy it is to begin. Now is the time to think about making that commitment and an event is on its way, which will help get you started on the right foot. The Port Dover Lions Club will be hosting the

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By Kim Scoyne As the fall approaches us at the Caring Cupboard we find that our road is now being fixed. It will be nice to have a fresh new look out front. If all goes well all should be done and reopened by the first part of November.

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In the meantime remember we are open for donations as well as food distribution. We will NOT be closing during this time. Hours for accepting donations are Wednesdays from 8am – 10am and Thursdays from 8am – noon. Donations can be dropped off at the Caring Cupboard at 19 Kent St. South or at

First Annual Health & Fitness Expo Saturday, October 29th from 9am to 5pm at the Port Dover Community Centre & Sports Complex… the event is free and a light lunch will be available. There will be indoor health and fitness related vendor displays and guest speakers… lots to get you started on the road to a stronger, fitter you. For folks wanting to participate, there will be running races of 2km, 5km and 8km as well as a 5km walk, a tennis tournament and skills will take place, a street hockey tournament and skateboard competition… as you can see there will be something for everyone. So perhaps this is your time to take advantage of all the Fitness Expo has to offer. If you would like more information, call 519-583-3502 or email pyoung@kwic.com.

Sobeys in the bin they provide. New winter hours for food bank distribution are Thursday from 8:30am – 12:30pm, effective October 6. Summer was busy as usual at the Cupboard and the fall is proving to be just the same. Many thanks to all our volunteers and donors. It is because of all of you we can operate the food bank.

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Soccer jerseys were donated to a small community and IDP camp called the GIWA Farms. IDP stands for Internally Displaced Persons. These camps are much like Refugee camps except they are filled with families from their own country who have been forced out of their homes due to tribal violence in their home country. In this one camp alone, there are over 2500 people.

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By Amy McLaren For many families in this area, soccer has become a summertime activity that provides the kids a chance to exercise and learn how to work as a team while providing the parents a chance to socialize off the field. But recently, a large number of those families from the Norfolk area did something a little different. It started with a phone call from Laura Snow who had taken it upon herself to rally hundreds of families together to begin collecting unused soccer jerseys, shorts, socks, cleats and balls with the intention of giving them to children in need. After hearing about our charity (www.WorldTeacherAid.org) and the work we’ve been doing building schools in rural Africa, she wondered if there would be a fit. To say we were delighted when we heard about her idea would be an understatement. Soccer is arguably the biggest sport in the world but unfortunately the vast majority of the kids play without uniforms or shoes and with soccer balls made of plastic bags tied together by string (we see this every time we travel to Africa). Giving these kids proper jerseys would create tremendous excitement and a real sense of pride.

My husband (who has played soccer most of his life and began as a child here in Simcoe) has made it a tradition to take 5-8 new soccer balls with him whenever we visit our charity school projects in Africa. He uses the playing time to connect with the kids (even if they don’t speak the same language). Soccer seems to have it’s own way of uplifting the kids. As they begin playing, you can see all the troubles and heartache of their daily lives just disappear. That’s why when Laura contacted us, we were thrilled because we knew what this kind of donation would mean to the children of these communities. So after a brief conversation, the goal was set. Laura challenged the Norfolk community to gather 600 jerseys to outfit all the students in the new school that World Teacher Aid had just opened in the GIWA Farms community located 3 hours North of Nairobi, Kenya. Hundreds of families from all over Norfolk and Haldimand County participated. By the end of the summer, our team was ready and set off to Kenya equipped with 8 big suitcases jammed packed with jerseys courtesy of all the soccer families in the area. A huge thank you to Laura and

her family who drove around numerous days collecting bags of jerseys, organizing them and then dropping them off to us. You could tell great care had gone into the collection process because they were numbered, organized by sizes and neatly packed ready for the trip to Kenya. The soccer jerseys were being taken to the small community and IDP camp called the GIWA Farms. IDP stands for Internally Displaced Persons. These camps are much like Refugee camps except they are filled with families from their own country who have been forced out of their homes due to tribal violence in their home country. In this one camp alone, there are over 2500 people. Many families in the camp, have lost everything, including their home, job and in some cases loved ones. So you can imagine the sense of appreciation they feel when “outsiders” take an interest and want to help. When the time came to give the children their soccer uniforms, they were bursting with pride and excitement. The smiles were so wide you wondered if they would ever come down from cloud nine (and secretly hoping they would never have to). It was a magical moment that will last for many years as the kids

couldn’t wait to begin playing. Soccer is a team game but in this instance, it was the teamwork of our community that changed the lives of these young children. Laura Snow deserves a tremendous amount of credit for the countless hours she poured into this campaign and we truly thank each and every family that participated. Whether it was a jersey, pair of shorts, socks or even some of the cleats and balls, each and every one of the items is being put to good use by the kids in Kenya. Our success as a growing charity doesn’t just “happen”. It’s the direct result of help and support from family, friends, our community and people like Laura Snow. We work hard to ensure that every contribution (small and large) get to the people who most need it and we thank you for helping us realize that vision. We invite you to join us on October 14th, 2011 at the Greens of Renton to come and see first hand the impact your support has had on the GIWA Farms community during our Annual Semi Formal Gala. The night includes a three course dinner, dancing and a silent auction. Tickets are available by going to www.WorldTeacherAid.org or by contacting Amy McLaren at (519) 583-0334 or amy@worldteacheraid. org.


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Gardening Tips

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pring and early fall are generally the best times for planting trees. It has been found that newly planted trees do best when exposed to moderate temperatures and rainfall as they need time to root and acclimatize before the onset of intense heat and dryness of summer or the freezing temperatures of winter. While planting different types of trees differ in the details, all trees eventually end up in a hole. But remember not just any old hole will do. 1. As discussed in a past article, some trees are buried too deeply causing the tree roots to decline in health and condition. Poor tree health results in reduced growth rate, atypical leaf size and colour, increased disease susceptibility, and reduced cold hardiness. So always make sure that the root collar flare is visible after planting. If settling occurs, reset the tree to the proper depth. (Many times, homeowners build a raised bed garden around an existing tree in the yard (thus burying the root collar flare) only to find within a year or two their favourite tree now is in decline. 2. As a general rule, trees should be transplanted no deeper than the soil in which they were originally grown.  The width of the hole should be at least 3 times the diameter of the root ball or container or the spread of the roots in the case of bare root trees.  This will provide the tree with enough worked earth for its root structure to establish itself. 3. When digging in poorly drained clay soil, it is important to avoid ‘glazing’.  Glazing occurs when the sides and bottom of a hole become smoothed forming a barrier, through which water has difficulty passing.  To break up the glaze, use a fork to work the bottom and drag the points along the sides of the completed hole. Also, raising the centre bottom of the hole slightly higher than the surrounding area.  This allows water to disperse, reducing the possibility of water pooling in the planting zone. 4. The backfill soil should be a mixture of composted manure and topsoil. The mixture should then be placed in the hole surrounding the tree just to the height of the ball or slightly lower to allow for some settling.  Be careful not to compress the back fill soil as this may prevent water from reaching the roots and the roots from expanding beyond the ball. Finally, young trees should be able to support their own weight, when they are transplanted. If it is unable to do so, try thinning out the upper branches to reduce wind resistance. It is highly recommended that you stake your tree for at least 2 years. Also, newly planted trees should be watered at the time of planting. In addition, during the first growing season, they should be watered at least once a week in the absence of a good rain. Remember: Regular deep soakings are better than frequent light wettings.

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BRAIN INJURIES AFFECT ALL AGES! Part I - Children

This was the topic of the 2nd annual brain injury workshop sponsored by the Erie Shores Brain Injury Association (ESBIA) and Bachmann Personal Injury Law, held September 10 in Simcoe. The two guest speakers, Frank Nirta, a board certified Behaviour Analyst with DMA Rehability in London, and Mary Ann McEachern, a Behavior Therapist with Brain Injury Services in Hamilton, addressed difficulties encountered by children and adults suffering from acquired brain injuries, as well as challenges faced by their families and caregivers. Part I of this article addresses issues raised by Frank Nirta; leaving part II to deal with the presentation of Mary Ann McEachern. The statistics are troubling: in Canada, approximately 50,000 people are hospitalized annually with a diagnosis of brain injury. Approximately 18,000 of these cases are reported in Ontario. These numbers are significant, since brain injury can affect “physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional functioning”, said Nirta. Given that the brain also controls heart rate, breathing, blood pressure and swallowing, a significant injury to this organ can also lead to death. Of the utmost significance to both children and adults are injuries to the frontal lobe, the part of our brain that affects judgment, reasoning, problem-solving, planning, decisionmaking, impulse control, social & sexual behavior, etc. “It’s our personality, it’s who we are”, said Nirta. When the frontal lobe of a child is injured, Nirta noted that we often see a multitude of behavioral challenges such as: • lack of initiation/motivation (not doing chores, not going to school); • emotional disregulation (crying, laughing at inappropriate times); • altered social skills (egocentric, lack of awareness); • uncooperativeness (not listening, argumentative); • verbal aggression (yelling, swearing); and • physical aggression (throwing objects, pushing/hitting people). When called in to help children who have suffered brain injuries, Nirta says his role is to develop strategies in order to correct behavior. He focuses on changing the environment (the home, the school); and the behavior of the people in it (the parents, the teachers). Nirta argues that when the environment and the people in it change, so does the injured child’s behavior. Of utmost importance, he argues, is the development of structures, schedules and routines such as a morning and bed time routine, or a homework routine. Brain-injured children benefit from consistency and predictability in their lives. If you or someone you know has been affected by brain injury, contact the Erie Shores Brain Injury Association at 519-426-9765. Mark your calendar and plan to attend our 3rd annual brain injury workshop to be held September 8, 2012!

Flu Shot

As the month of October arrives, you will be pressured to receive your Flu shot. The Flu and You campaign to produce billions of dollars for pharmaceuticals has rolled in once again. This year the campaign is targeting not only individuals over 65 years of age who are susceptible to the flu, but everyone in general. Health promotion should be based on sound research and information. Do you value your health enough to ask some questions before submitting to the pressure? Your first question: Is the flu shot safe and effective against preventing the flu? • Those who receive 5 consecutive influenza vaccines increase their chances of developing Alzheimers by 10 times in comparison with individuals who have 1, 2, or no influenza vaccinations due to the vaccine’s aluminum and thimerosal (mercury) content 3. The Canadian vaccine does contain thimerosal. • Some studies and vaccine package inserts indicate that the vaccine increases HIV viral replication, indicating that the vaccine has a significant suppressive effect on the immune system. The vaccine has also caused a number of significant side effects and adverse reactions in at least 30% of recipients ranging from mild (fever, malaise, tenderness at the injection site) to severe (Guillain Barre Syndrome, Transverse Myelitis, facial paralysis, encephalitis, encephalopathy, demyelinating diseases, fatalities).1, .2 • Thimerosal has a cumulative effect so there is no reassurance in the fact that each vaccine contains only a small amount of the preservative. Thimerosal is included in the vaccine to prevent contamination. It is considerably more toxic to white blood cells and particularly to phagocytes, which are the immune system’s first line of defence, than to micro-organisms which might contaminate a vaccine vial. Recently the FDA banned the use of Thimerosal in over-thecounter drugs since its safety and efficacy have not been established1. This is only a part of the answer to understanding the safety and efficacy of the flu shot. I encourage you to become proactive in this issue. Other questions you may have are: Do I really need them? What can I do to retain my freedom of choice? Can I know that the vaccine batch and formula that I am receiving contains what is required to prevent the flu before I get vaccinated? Our most important ally in disease prevention and recovery is a strong immune system. The decision on how you wish to address influenza is yours and yours alone. Lessons from past events have taught us that fear and panic is never the best motivation for action. Make your decision an informed one and do all you can to keep your immune system optimal.

Naturopathic Flu Clinic Dates – Oct 4th, Nov 8th Please call ahead to register as supplies are limited. Egg free, No preservatives, No needles, Safe and Effective for Children and Pregnant Mothers. $22/person 519-426-4275 References: 1. Diodati, C. Immunization: History, Ethics, Law and Health 1999 2. Diodati, C. Flu Shots: What you need to know before making a decision. 2000 3. Dr. Hugh Fudenberg, speech presented at the NVIC International Vaccine Conference, Arlington VA September 1997

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You may have noticed that a new shop has opened up at 18 Colborne Street North in Simcoe… its name is SuneGirl… the owner, Judy Janzen, called last week and asked if I would like to visit. I stopped in and was very impressed with her store. You see Judy’s business is upholstery, drapery and blinds. Judy is a whiz at upholstery. She showed me some of her work… chairs from the 1950s that she has reupholstered… they looked as elegant as the day they were made. As I sat on a horsehair sofa, which Judy had redone, we began to talk about her background… She thinks back to the days when her own mother would sew her dresses by hand… it left an impression with Judy… the quality, beauty and craftsmanship her mother put into what she made… it stuck with Judy. Judy herself began sewing and it wasn’t long before upholstery caught her eye… her talent for bringing furniture back to life is unquestionable. With her selection of drapery and blinds, she has something that will fit with any home décor. Judy herself is new to the area. An old friend of hers, who has lived here all of her life, recommended Norfolk to Judy and suggested

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that Judy come and check out the area. She did and decided this was where she wanted to be… she walked around Simcoe and knew this would be her new home. It wasn’t long before Judy was searching out a storefront to start her business… after years of sewing and re-upholstered furniture it was time for Judy to open her own shop. When she walked through the location on Colborne Street, she knew she had found her storefront. I asked Judy to describe her business relating to the drapery, upholstery and fabric blinds. She said her business is, ‘…small with big service, affordable luxury with that specialist touch…’ Judy makes you feel comfortable in her store… she is easy to talk to and understands the importance of listening to her customers… come on in and say hello to Judy… let her help bring that family favourite chair back to life! A few of the top labels in fabric that Judy uses are Kravet, Robert Allen, Maxwell, Joanne and Avant Garde. As for blinds she uses Sun Glow Window Covering, which is a Canadian company. Hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:30am -5:00pm; Thursday 9:30am – 7:00pm; Friday 9:30am – 6:00pm; Saturday 9:30am - 2:00pm or call, 519-909-9518.

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NEWSPAPER USAGE INSTRUCTIONS TO DEALERS 1) 2012 JETTA TRENDLINE Please 2) 2012 GOLF Please recalculate the recalculate the BASE MSRP as follows, BASE MSRP as follows, with the following with the following fees included: fees included: Base MSRP: $15,875 Base MSRP: $19,975 + Freight and PDI: $1,365 + Freight and PDI: $1,365 + A/C levy: N/A + A/C levy: $100 144 Queensway East Simcoe Ontario N3Y 4K8 + EHF: PH 519-426-6150 FX 519-428-4283 $29 + EHF: $29 TF 1-800-265-2812 + OMVIC fee: $5 + OMVIC fee: $5 TOTAL: $17,274 TOTAL: $21,474 + Your Dealer Administrative Fee + Your Dealer Administrative Fee = TOTAL TO INCLUDE IN LEGAL TEXT = TOTAL TO INCLUDE IN LEGAL TEXT

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3) 2012 JETTA TRENDLINE+ Please recalculate the BASE MSRP as follows, with the following fees included: Base MSRP: $17,275 + Freight and PDI: $1,365 + A/C levy: $100 + EHF: $29 + OMVIC fee: $5 TOTAL: $18,774 + Your Dealer Administrative Fee = TOTAL TO INCLUDE IN LEGAL TEXT

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4) 2012 TIGUAN Please recalculate the BASE MSRP as follows, with the following fees included: Base MSRP: $27,875 + Freight and PDI: $1,365 + A/C levy: $100 + EHF: $29 + OMVIC fee: $5 TOTAL: $29,589 + Your Dealer Administrative Fee = TOTAL TO INCLUDE IN LEGAL TEXT

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