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Car enthusiasts gather in Odessa for annual show EMC Events - The 40th annual Odessa Flea Market, Car and Craft Show took place at the Odessa Fairgrounds June 15-16. Although the event was dampened by heavy rains on Sunday, warm sunny weather on Saturday gave visitors a chance to see some exceptional antique and classic vehicles, as well as visit the vendors and concessions. Photos/ John Harman

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EMC News – Kingston’s lone ice cream truck vendor can continue to play his music while he makes the rounds through neighbourhoods. “We did agree that in the interim he will continue to operate his business and continue to play the music, and to stay clear of areas where there are complaints,” said Mayor Mark Gerretsen after a 20-minute meeting with John Boukas last week. Boukas, the operator of the Mr. Nice Cream truck, was recently informed by the city’s bylaw department that he could no longer play the chiming bells while making the rounds through neighbourhoods after a complaint was received. Boukas later said he may have to leave the city be-

cause – without the music – no one can hear his approaching truck to buy the icy treats. “If we can change the law to have the ice cream truck around here that would be good. Otherwise, by the end of the month, I’ll be gone,” said Boukas when the muzzling order was issued. “Clearly, it struck a nerve,” remarked Coun. Jim Neill of the swift and angry public backlash that followed. The order to silence the truck’s music touched off a frosty wave of criticism against the city for trying to put a vendor out of business. There was even a petition signed by more than 130 children at a local public school urging the city to keep the music playing. Mayor Gerretsen arranged a meeting in his City Hall office with Boukas and bylaw officials where they agreed to a

compromise until a permanent exemption to the city’s noise bylaw is sought. “I explained that bylaw (department) was not out to get him - they were just doing their job. I explained the bylaw was never intended to put him out of business but, rather, other activities like wild students throwing big parties,” said Gerretsen after the meeting. Coun. Neill agreed the bylaw should not target ice cream vendors. “How silly it seemed to be that we would go to those lengths. It kind of reminded me of a Dickens character who said ‘The law is an ass. The law is an idiot.’” Boukas will have to jump through the same hoops as others who seek a noise exemption; file an application, wait for staff to draft a report and recommendations, and then wait for council to debate and

vote on it. The application, if approved by council, would allow Boukas to play his ice cream truck music without fear of being charged by the bylaw department. It appears most councillors are ready to approve the noise exemption when the formal request comes to council as early as July 9. “We are taking a noise bylaw and using it to outlaw ice cream trucks in neighbourhoods. I think we’re a little bit over the top,” agreed Coun. Neill. The city routinely grants temporary noise bylaw exemptions for outdoor celebrations and construction work and, recently, allowed a permanent noise exemption for a west end outdoor ball hockey business. If the staff recommendation fails to resolve the ice cream music issue, however,

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Neill is already proposing his own motion to overrule the city’s own noise bylaw. The motion, which is slated to appear on the July 9 agenda, says ice cream vendors are a “welcomed, cherished” sight in urban neighbourhoods, and they can play music from 9am to 9pm. Mayor Gerretsen tried to downplay the icy swirl of controversy that may have taken a scoop out of Kingston’s open-for-business reputation, giving reporters a tongue-incheek “crisis averted” statement after his meeting with Boukas. To put the issue into perspective, he offered: “This is the way I look at it – (Toronto mayor) Rob Ford has got a crack scandal, the mayor of Montreal is accused of laundering money. I’m dealing with ice cream trucks.”

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Revamped Lake Ontario Park has grand opening: Could fireworks be next? EMC News – It’s more than just a walk in park. It’s also a place to splash, skate and maybe watch fireworks. City officials held a formal ceremony last Sunday to mark the official opening of Lake Ontario Park’s $4 million revitalization. “It is incredible,” said Mayor Mark Gerretsen after touring the improvements. The scenic west-end waterfront park has been a construction zone for nearly two years while crews transformed 25 acres of the park’s 40 acre grounds into a year-round recreational space. Among the improvements; -new splash pad, playground and picnic areas,

-mini amphitheatre and refurbished pavilion, -12-foot wide staircase and sloped pathways provide easier access between the park’s upper plateau and the enhanced waterfront setting. Gerretsen had lobbied for the park’s revitalization during his first term as the district councillor for Lake Ontario Park, and is impressed with the results. “They’ve incorporated an area we can flood for a skating rink in the winter providing it is cold enough. There’s a big splash pad the size of City Park.” He added: “It really gives an area where all generations can come, from all parts of the city.” The large play zones were built on the site of what used to be the amusement rides, which left the park a decade ago. The park’s new ameni-

ties were open to the public for a few weeks prior to the official ceremony June 23. The park is also more accessible with a winding paved trail that slopes gently down to the waterfront. “The slope gives people with mobility issues an opportunity to get down there,” the mayor explained. A few of the park’s original landmarks remain, including the Longhouse and heritage-style circular washrooms. But even those buildings underwent extensive renovations. The Longhouse walls have been removed, exposing the support columns. The

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Local officers prepare to compete in World Police and Fire Games By Kristen Coughlar kcoughlar@perfprint.ca

EMC News - A small contingent of our local police force is currently training to compete in the third largest international multi-sport event in the world, and they’re inviting the public to follow them on their journey. Sgt. Carla Borel, Cst. Ron Leyenhorst, Cst. Krista Loye and Cst. Chris MacDonald are preparing to attend the 2013 World Police and Fire Games, where over 7,000 participants form over 60 countries will compete in a total of 56 sporting events. The event runs Aug. 1-10 in Belfast, Ireland. “Essentially it’s like an Olympics for police and fire,� explained Borel. To clarify, the games are a biennial event for both serving and retired police, fire, prison and border security officers. “Policing is very much a brotherhood and I’m assuming fire is too, so it’s an opportunity for people who

otherwise probably wouldn’t have an opportunity to meet and greet to exchange information‌they do it underneath the umbrella of these games, which makes it a competition but it’s friendly at the same time,â€? Borel continued. Each representative from the Kingston contingent will be competing in different sporting events, including karate, mountain biking, bench press and rowing. Borel will appear in the karate event. Borel has been involved in the sport of karate for nearly 30 years, since she was a young child, and has attended the World Police and Fire Games in the past. “It’s competitive but it’s very down to earth and friendly,â€? she said of the games. “It’s hard to explain exactly what a feeling it is because it’s people you kind of know but you don’t because they’re police officers, they do the same thing that you do every single day‌there’s an understanding for that kind of stuff without actually having to have a conversa-

tion about it.â€? For his part, Leyenhorst will be competing in the mountain biking event. Leyenhorst has been racing competitively for around 13 years. “The last time I tried to compete in the World Police and Fire Games in New Jersey—New York hosted it, but it was in New Jersey—Hurricane Irene just wiped out the course‌so I did the road bike race instead in Central Park,â€? he explained, adding that he expects this year’s mountain biking event in Ireland to be a test. “Cycling is their hockey in Europe, so I’m competing in their national sport. It will be quite a challenge.â€? MacDonald, who will be competing in the bench press event described the games as “an excellent experience,â€? and said he is looking forward to this year’s event in Ireland. At the 2011 games, hosted by New York City, he placed third in his age and bodyweight category. “It’s a really good excuse to push yourself and train,â€? he said of the competition. Similarly, at the last World Police and Fire Games, Loye placed third, but in rowing. Loye, who has been rowing for 25 years, said she is excited for this year’s games. “I would like to do better, but I’m in a new age group so we’ll see.â€? All four of the Kingston Police officers have been and continue to seriously train for

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Public Notice is given that the Council of the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, at its regular meeting of Monday July 8th, 2013 at or about 7:00 pm at the Lansdowne Office, 1233 Prince Street will consider a by-law to name a new private lane. The proposed name is Greenfield Lane. The lane is situated off the north side of Warburton Road, it is an extension of the existing Greenfield Lane. The lane goes north to Charleston Lake.

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swimming programs for youth at the Kingston YMCA. She started the Y-Knot Abilities Program and Kingston Y Penguins 12 years ago. “In that time we have grown from about seven kids in the pool, and now we are up to 35 kids. Two-thirds have a physical disability - the rest are their brothers and sisters. We are the largest swim team in the country now for children with physical disabilities which is pretty cool.” The mayor’s father, former mayor and current MPP John

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a symbolic award bestowed by a municipality to show its appreciation to an individual or group. Keith says she is humbled by the latest honour because, in addition to her numerous marathon swimming records, it also recognizes her on-shore accomplishments to promote active sport among physically challenged children. “The first two Keys were given to me because of my physically exploits. But, in a lot of ways, this third Key means far more to me,” said Keith, who continues to run

Gerretsen, presented Keith with her first symbolic Key after her 104-kilometre double crossing of Lake Ontario in 1987. Her second Key came the following year after conquering all five Great Lakes. It’s an endurance record that remains unmatched today. “No one has been able to match it at this point. One person has swum across all five Great Lakes. She did it over seven years. Mine was done in two months.” How did such a feat come about? Some of her friends were shocked she did the double crossing and they jokingly came up with a goal they thought was absolutely impossible, thinking no one could never do it, Keith explained. “I went out the next day and bought a map of the Great Lakes. I nailed it to my living room wall and started planning that day to swim across them.” Keith credits her support team

for keeping her going during the long hours of marathon swims. She retired in 1991 as the most successful swimmer in the sport with 16 world records and dozens of awards in her name. But it’s Keith’s dedication, skills development and support of children with physically disabilities that remains her passion, according to those who know her. “To this day she still inspires me. She’s got this high energy. She’s a very passionate individual,” said Keith’s husband, John Munro, a retired police officer. Munro says Keith started volunteering at the YMCA in Ottawa when she was 10 years old to help young people with physically disabilities, who found freedom in the water. “She’s a very humble person. Her whole idea in life is to make a difference and leave a legacy of some kind.” Keith now has another unofficial record added to her legacy – three Keys from the same city.

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and Twitter accounts as more cost effective ways to reach the masses. But his council isn’t ready to abandon the print style of communication, voting 12-1 in favour of the two year print advertising contract. While most agree that technology has changed, they say the rush to social media sites has its drawbacks. Some councillors point out that not everyone has access to a computer or smart phone, nor is it something they can afford or something they even want. Coun. Bill Glover says many seniors still prefer to get their municipal information from the newspaper, and abandoning the printed word would do a disservice to them. “There’s a stream of people who just aren’t comfortable using a computer.” Coun. Rob Hutchison agrees that newspapers should remain the community bulletin board of choice. “And I think we need this type of contract to reach people.” Council heard the Whig-Standard’s July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2015 contract, unchanged in price and the only competitive bid submitted,

will ensure civic information reaches 143,000 readers a week through its paid circulation and the free distribution of its weekly newspaper, Kingston This Week. In addition to the weekly City Page ad in the Whig, the contract allows the city to publish supplemental projects such as a twice-yearly Recreation and Leisure Guide. City officials also point out that municipalities are still required, under provincial law, to post mandatory planning and developmentrelated notices in print. “We have to publish it in a newspaper,” said city solicitor Hal Linscott. However, they assured council that discretionary public notices will continue to be advertised in a “multiple venue” format. Mayor Gerretsen says his promotion of social media is not a criticism of print, but he wants the city to focus more efforts on advertising in new-age media sources. Coun. Liz Schell agrees social media is useful, but now is not the time for “radical” changes to traditional advertising. “I can see a change could happen if we do it properly.”

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EMC Editorial - There is an ecard currently going around social media outlets that describes how I’ve been feeling lately quite perfectly. It says, “I’m 30, but I still feel like I’m 20. Until I hang around with some 20-year-olds... then I’m like nope, never mind I’m 30.” In just over a week, I will turn 30, and I’m a little surprised at how completely fine I am with this imminent milestone birthday. I think 29 was actually harder, as foremost on my mind was how sad I was to have only one year left of my 20s. Next year’s birthday would be terrible, I thought, because I would be so depressed to be turning 30. As it’s drawn closer, though, I’ve realized that your 30s might

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tween who’s and whose. Now let us pay you minimum wage to file these papers.” Together, Steve and I dealt with the harsh reality that we were, in fact, still in our 20s, and faced the same depressing job market as everyone else our age. Confidence was knocked and dreams were put on hold. During this time, however, some important life lessons were learned. I now know that while hard work is necessary to success, being in the right place at the right time is ultimately what will get you where you need to be. All you can do is be patient and try to enjoy life while you wait. Also, if you want something, try simply asking for it – you might be surprised at the answer. Most important, I learned that confidence – or at least the appearance of confidence – means the world. I will enter this new decade armed with not only the wisdom and experience my age has afforded me, but also the comfort of knowing that I probably won’t need to worry about unpleasant realities like my own mortality for a few more years. It’s really the best of both worlds, when you think about it. So no, I will not look at 20-somethings and envy them. Those young things might be able to have more than one drink at a party without feeling like death warmed over the next morning, but does that really count as a useful life skill? I think not. Bring it on, 30!

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EMC Editorial - This Monday marks Canada’s 146th birthday. As such, we at the Kingston Heritage/Frontenac Gazette EMC would like to encourage residents to proudly don our nation’s colours and hit one or more of the many area Canada Day celebrations. Here in the City of Kingston, two Canada Day celebrations will be staged. Events in Confederation Park will include the Limestone Mile, Red and White People Parade, Civic Ceremony, dedication of the restored Spirit of Sir John A., live entertainment and fireworks finale will run from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Grass Creek Park will also play host to a variety of events and activities July 1 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., including a wide range of live entertainment, pony rides and petting zoo, sack races, crafts, mini golf, air castles, rock climbing wall, cake cutting and a Civic Ceremony. Just north of the city, in South Frontenac Township, we’ve been made aware of Canada Day celebrations taking place in Harrowsmith. A full day of family fun will take place at Harrowsmith Centennial Park from 10 a.m. onward. Events include, but are not limited to, a Canada Day Parade, Recycled Reptiles show, sheep shearing demonstration, log sawing contest, ice cream challenge, horseshoe tournament, water fun with the fire department, live entertainment, vendors, helicopter rides, OPP canine demonstration, and a fireworks finale. To the west, Canada Day celebrations will be taking place in both Wilton and Bath. Wilton will celebrate the occasion with its second annual Bruce Burt Memorial Tractor Parade. Around 12 p.m., a contingent of farm and garden tractors make their way west along Simmons and make their way past Wilton Pottery, the Wilton Cheese Factory, over the creek to Wilton Tack. They will then loop back to the Playground at 235 Simmons Rd., where the tractors will park and be on display and a community potluck picnic will take place at 1 p.m. In Bath, events will take place June 28 to July 1; however, on Canada Day, Centennial Park will be full of life with food and craft vendors, live entertainment, Fireman’s Foam, pony rides and petting zoo and face painting. The fun gets underway at 9 a.m. and runs throughout the afternoon. Don’t forget about the Canada Day parade. The parade, with the theme Celebrating Bath’s Maritime Heritage, starts at 1 p.m. that day from Finkle Shore’s Park , and travels down Main Street to Church Street and up to the Bath Public School. Finally, to the east, Seeley’s Bay will be getting in on the Canada Day fun. Beginning at 8 a.m., a myriad of past favourites and new events will be in store for visitors including the 3 km Fun Walk/Run, Canada Day Dog Paddle, Amazing Digi Race, sumo wrestling, pie eating contest, market place, scavenger hunt, kid’s fishing derby, air castles, Canada Day Parade, and a fireworks finale at dusk. There is certainly no shortage of events to attend and we encourage you and your family to get out and enjoy some of the fun. Happy Canada Day everyone!

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The Epilepsy Resource Centre will be hosting monthly Parent Support Groups for individuals that have a child/children with epilepsy or seizure disorders. These monthly meetings will occur on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The support group will take place at our Kingston Office location at 100 Stuart St., Second Floor. For more information or to attend the groups, please contact our office at (613) 542-6222 or by email at admin@epilepsyresource.org.

Did you know that in Kingston more than 17,000 people live in poverty? Did you know that working full-time can still keep you in poverty? Did you know that in Kingston 35% more people depend on food banks now to meet their needs than they did in 2008? Did you know that food banks are meeting this increased demand with dwindling donations? Join the Kingston Liberals in our efforts to raise awareness, money and non-perishable food items for our local food banks that need it most. Our beneficiaries will be Lunch by George, the Salvation Army pantry, and Loving Spoonful. Drop-off non-perishable food items in our collection boxes June 1- 30 at: John’s Deli (507 Princess St.), Food Basics (33 Barrack St.), and Starbucks (95 Princess St. and 251 Princess St.). Donate securely online here: http://cookieejar.com/project/ kingston-community-food-drive. Thank you for being a Good Neighbour.

Friday night karaoke June 28 hosted by Donna’s Karaoke from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the lounge of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560, 734 Montreal St. All welcome. Small cover charge for non-members. Canada Day will be celebrated Monday, July 1 with a patio party from 1-5 p.m. Music by Chuck, BBQ, prizes and fun. All welcome.

Canadian Blood Services blood donor clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. Thursday clinics, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Where: 850 Gardiners Rd., Unit B. Mobile clinic, Friday, June 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. at the K-Rock Centre, 1 The Tragically Hip Way. Boomers Fitness Walk for 50+yrs. Walk to the Beat Plus Stretch and Strength group are hosting a free ‘walk’ program at Holy Cross High School on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 9:30 a.m., in Kingston’s west end. Join us ~ info. please call Dee at 613389-6540. Physical Limitations? “Gentle Movements to Music” classes are especially tailored to improve joint mobility, increase energy and ease joint discomfort through Progressive Muscle Relaxation. Join us, Wednesday mornings with those who share your daily challenges of living with fibromyalgia/arthritis and other physical limitations at 50+ Fitness in Kingston’s west end. Women’s Shelter’s Fundraising offering: Boomers Golf clinics based upon Desk-Fit for Golfers book. Held rainy day Wednesdays and Saturday mornings, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for golfers for 50+ yrs. who would like to improve distance/accuracy of the ball, as well as addressing injuries specific to golf. For additional info on all of these activities, please call Dee at 613389-6540. The Old Hay Bay Church, built in 1792 is open 7 days a week from now until Sept. 16. There is a custodian to interpret the history and heritage. Displays, artifacts and literature help make the story of this building come alive. Come and bring family, relatives or friends to have a picnic, plan a wedding, connect with the faith or our forbears, or trace genealogical links with Loyalists and other pioneers. The Church is 30 km south and west of Napanee on the South Shore Road – civic #2365 or 9.5 km from the Glenora Ferry. Turn left at County Rd 8, just east of the Village of Adolphustown. From Kingston, you can drive west on The Loyalist Parkway (Hwy 33) and turn right at Adolphustown (County Rd. 8). Go straight through Dorland to Hay Bay where the road curves to the right. The Church is on your left, by the water. The cottage (custodian’s) phone # is 613-373-2261.

GriefShare. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a support group for anyone who has lost a loved one. The group meets on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. at Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, and Thursday afternoons from 1-2:30 p.m. at Bayridge Alliance Church in the Fireside Room. For more information or to register call 613-3847306 or email the jmkooy@gmail.com. Arts Extravaganza, Tuesday, July 2 and Thursday, July 4 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Learn new painting techniques using various media & materials every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon in July. Tuesday’s topic: patio stone with butterflies & flowers. Thursday’s topic: painting water. Some art supplies included. Call 613-548-7810.

VON SMART (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together) exercise classes. Come and join our fun and friendly low impact fitness classes designed for Seniors. Classes include cardio, strength training and stretching with no mat work. Five convenient locations in Kingston. First trial class is free! For location and information call Joanne 613-6340130 ext. 414 or email joanne.irvine@von. ca. Drum Circle. Hosted by Julian Gregory. Drop into the drum circle at City Park (at the south end of the park, near King & Maitland) on Sundays, 2-4 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. This circle is open to all. Bring hand drums (African, Irish, etc.), shakers, flutes, and other instruments. If you don’t have any, we have extra. Come to play, or sit back and watch. Free parking on the dirt road in the park. We meet at Ben’s Pub (105 Clergy St.) if it rains, 8-10 p.m. Wheelchair accessible. Email julianegregory@hotmail. com to get on the email list and for more information. The ‘Silver Wings’ welcomes ex-service members from all branches. For a fun social evening, please join us at 416 Wing, Kingston, on the third Friday of every month at 6 p.m. For more details and info please contact Molly at 613-389-6120.

Karaoke at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 631, Bath and Collins Bay roads, 613-389-6605, Saturday, June 22. Nonmembers are welcome to join us in our Branch for a bite to eat and some great entertainment. Euchre every Sunday. Registration from 12-1 p.m. Play starts at 1 p.m. Canada Day BBQ Monday, July 1. Come and enjoy Canada Day with us. Open to the public, family and friends. Entertainment by Rawhide.

Seniors Community Club #523 Centre 70, corner of Days and Front Road. Shuffleboard and Bridge Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. New members welcome.

Call for 6Squared Artwork. Submissions for Kingston’s new non-juried Art Exhibition and Sale - 6Squared - accepted until Oct. 25. Open to everyone – artists, celebrities, designers, and you. Works in all media measuring precisely 6” x 6” are welcome (must be unsigned). Information & guidelines: www.6squared.ca or 613-532-6222.

The Kingston Unit 12 of The Korea Veterans Association of Canada meets every second Monday of each month September to May at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560 at 734 Monreal St. All Korea Veterans and their wives are welcome. For more info. please contact Sandra or Tony at 613-546-1970 or e-mail sandradee558 @sympatico.ca.

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When you have come this far…. You really can’t stop! By Margaret Knott Correspondent

EMC news- That certainly seemed to be the consensus at a meeting held to consider the possibility of a roof over Wolfe Island’s artificial ice pad presently exposed to the elements. The meeting drew residents from across the island anxious to see possible designs, dream dreams. And of course talk about money, costs to date and costs for moving forward or not….. Wolfe Island’s history includes building rinks, making ice, encouraging and supporting hockey and skating programs dating back a very long time, and raising the money to do it themselves. It dates back to playing hockey on the river The island’s NHL sized ice pad and building, housing the ice plant and Zamboni ice surfacer, was made possible through the ongoing fundraising efforts of the WI Community Centre Board, very generous financial donations, in kind (cement, trucking, etc.) donations , CBC-Kraft Hockeyville, support from (Canadian Hydro) Trans Alta and, many budgeted dollars from the Township of Frontenac Islands, and thousands of volunteer hours by island residents and friends to help make it happen.. “One of the driving factors in considering a roof for the ice pad at this time are high electricity costs,” Mayor Doyle said in his opening remarks. We can save

Artists rendition of the roof to cover the outdoor hockey rink located on Wolfe Island $15 to $20,000 a year if we have a roof to keep off the sun, snow and rain that all cause the compressor to run more often. We would see much less time wasted, shovelling and an extension of the season by two weeks at either end maybe more. It was also suggested to me that a finished ice pad might encourage young families to stay on the island,” Mayor Doyle noted that while there has been much discussion at council about financing the project over and above what has been set aside in reserves as well as many generous donations, there is still a $400,000 shortfall. “So we really need to get a campaign going to raise maybe $200,000. We talked to Infrastructure Ontario, and with good borrowing rates we could perhaps finance it over a 10 year period.” Roof solar panels are also being

considered. “Our job was to do a thorough research on what we have at the rink facility at this time and what we hope to see in the future to make it last.” Glenn Mosier said, who then named the members of the ad hoc ‘Roof Committee of Council’, Steve Fargo, Sharon Kane, and Marilyn Hawkins. “Thanks to Paul Hogan (Community Centre Board chair) we had all the information we needed to get to this point. It’s a difficult decision to spend that kind of money but when you look at how quickly we put the rink project we already have together, at a quarter of its actual cost certainly makes a roof a worthwhile project and we will advise council to move forward. It will be their decision. What we are looking for here is feedback from the community.” All were encouraged to fill

out a questionnaire , offer suggestions, indicate support or not. Patrick Thomson, of TC Projects (structural engineer/project management) has been involved with the roof project through the management design process made possible through a grant. ”What I do for townships is the assembling of project tender documents ,costs, quality assurance etc., so at a project’s completion the project is a valued asset.” A design poster of a roof was on display indicating a concrete continuous perimeter foundation, and with posts the roof overhang begins 14 feet from the ground up to the 24 ft height roof . Lighting proposed are 35 high beam LED ‘s. One resident suggested visualizing the gym ceiling (the gym we were in) as the rink roof dropping down to the height of the basketball hoops (14’)

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from the floor. FYI:- All of the information boards and roof proposals will be posted on the Frontenac Islands web site. Council will plan a formal question and answer meeting at a later date. For more information , contact Glenn Mosier 613-385-2189 or galmosier@hotmail.com Around Town: *The Island Grill has finally opened after many months of renovation. *The Stone Heron Gallery is now open at the Wolfe Island Community Hall. * Planning is underway to install location plaques for a village walking tour. Coming events: FOBSB ANNUAL BOOK SALE At the Old Fire Hall at the Dock begins, June 28th-30th * Wolfe Island Classic 2013 Sunday July 07, 2013 * Frontenac Paramedicine Clinic Date- July 22nd. For further events visit:wolfeisland.com

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Kingston Rideau Trail Kingston Club Howe Island Cycle, Sunday, June 30. Join us for a relaxing and enjoyable ride for as long as the fun endures. Meet at the Howe Island Ferry at 9:30 a.m. Opportunity for a swim at the lunch stop. Details: (613) 767-6990. West End Ramble Thursday, July 4. Walk the Bayridge Linear Park and back at a comfortable pace for about 5 km. Departure time is 7 p.m. from Canadian Tire Parking Lot at the Kingston Centre along Bath Road, where car-pooling will be available. Details: (613) 389-4216.

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tors will park and be on display. Viewers can vote for their favourites and a people’s choice trophy will be awarded. Last year’s winner was Tim De Rose of Wilton Pottery. After the parade, a potluck lunch will take place outdoors at the Playground at about 1 p.m. The Wilton Community Association will provide free Canada Day birthday cake. Please bring one food item per family to share along with your own dishes, cutlery, drinks, lawn chairs or blanket. Celebrate Canada, celebrate country and celebrate community. If raining on July 1, the event will take place on Saturday, July Paint Out Locations 2013. Changes are happening 6, same times and locations. For more info: Allan Park this summer! We are trying mostly new locations this or Jane McDonald, (613) 386-3673, (613) 888-3504 year which are in the surrounding countryside. As ejane@xplornet.com. usual you have to be self sufficient, with everything you need for the day, including a brown bag lunch. Singles Only Club of Kingston events. Join Ron At each location, we will meet at 9 a.m. to acquaint and the gang on Friday, June 28 for a steak dinner at everyone with the nearest washroom, facilities, picnic RAXX. We meet at 5:30 p.m. at the big round tables lunch spot and good spots to paint.. July 3: Barriefield past the pool tables. Non members are welcome to Village. Turn left on to Highway 15 just east of the join us. RAXX is located at 665 Development Dr. city, on Highway.2, then the first left to a parking lot Meet Ron at the North parking lot for a walk at Lemthat overlooks Kingston. oine Point on Sunday, June 30 at 3 p.m. At 4 p.m., join Ron and the walkers for some pool at RAXX, On Monday, July 1, the hamlet of Wilton, Ontario will free when there is a lady playing. Stay for dinner at be celebrating Canada Day with its second annual 5:30 p.m. Choose one, two or all three fun events. Bruce Burt Memorial Tractor Parade. Bruce Burt was For more information call our club line at 613 530 a life-long resident who drove his beloved Massey 4912 or e-mail us at sockingston@gmail.com. Ferguson well into his 90s. He was born in Wilton in 1916 and died here in 2010. At about 12 noon, farm On July 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Bath Artisans and garden tractors will gather at the east end of the will be holding an art and gift sale in the gallery at village at the Cemetery loop and at 12:30 p.m. or so, St. John’s Hall, Church Street, Bath. Admission is the parade will begin travelling west along Simmons free. Please view the original art work from local artRoad past Wilton Pottery, the Wilton Cheese Factory, ists and fill in a ballot for a chance to win an original over the creek to Wilton Tack and then loop back to piece of art. For more information please contact the Playground at 235 Simmons Rd., where the trac- Sandra at 613-352-7837.

Kingston 20th Annual Art in the County Juried Art Exhibition and Sale June 27 to July 14, 2nd floor, Books & Company, 289 Main St., Picton - Prince Edward County. Celebrating 20 years, Art in the County is Eastern Ontario’s premier juried art exhibition and sale. Enjoy an impressive range of fine artworks offering a visual feast for both art lovers and collectors. We are thrilled to announce that the curator (as well as one of three prestigious jurors) for this Exhibition is Katerina Atanassova, Chief Curator for the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Open June 27 to July 14, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. All works are for sale. Since the show began in 1993, over $200,000 worth of art by county artists has been sold to collectors and art lovers through this prestigious show. For more info: www.artinthecounty.com. Church Without Border is hosting its 1st Annual Schools Out Fun Day - Community BBQ & Fair June 29 at 310 Kingscourt Ave. Contacts: Cathy Wadden, 343-333-1003; David Doyle, David.Doyle@ ChurchWithoutBordersKingsto.com. Events for the day include: youth fundraising - yard sale (8 a.m. - 1 p.m.), car wash (10 a.m. - 1 p.m.), BBQ and drinks, cotton candy, popcorn. Free community outreach Wet N Wonderful games, art projects, live music, 100 foot banana split, face painting. Sunday Breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 623 on County Rd. 4 in Millhaven, Sunday, June 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Everyone welcome!

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EMC News - A Kingston woman has been honoured with one of the highest awards that can be given to an archivist in Ontario. Earlier this month, Jennifer Bunting accepted the Alexander Fraser Award, given by her peers at the Archives Association of Ontario. The award recognizes the cumulative contributions of an individual to the archival community in Ontario over many years. Achievements may range from written and visual work to involvement in organizations or participation in projects. “I think the major reason I was nominated was that I used to teach and organize the training courses for the professional association, so a lot of people remember me for the 10 years or so that I did that all around the province,” Bunting explains. Still, she notes that she was surprised when she found out she was receiving this honour: “I was very chuffed because I haven’t been active at the major institutions for some time. I‘ve sort of disappeared under the trees here on Truman Drive with my own little world and my own little clients, and I was quite pleased that someone remembered me.” While a master’s degree is generally required for one to pursue a career as an archivist today, Bunting got her start 30 years ago when she was hired by the National Archives of Canada to catalogue a huge art

collection that had just been donated by Paul Martin Sr. It was only then that she received her first formal training: “Because nobody had any archive training [at that time], they had a training course they gave you there to make sure you didn’t do anything really stupid. I took that, but it was very elementary compared to what I had to learn and absorb as the years went by myself. Kids today have it much better. They [learn it doing] their master’s degree and don’t have to spend a lifetime getting things wrong and tumbling over it.” Over the years, Bunting worked as an archivist for a number of smaller organizations, and now works from home running her own business, Cranberry Hill Enterprises, through which she mostly does financial appraisals of potentially valuable family heirlooms. She also serves as vice president of the Lennox and Addington Historical Society. “It’s an absolutely superb collection,” she says of Lennox and Addington’s record of historically significant items, documents and photographs, including more than 10,000 photographs and over 100 feet of paper. Currently, the collection is housed at the county’s museum in Napanee. “I was very, very lucky to be hired not once but twice to work on that collection, once in ’83 and again in the ‘90s,” Bunting says. “It’s just an amazing collection of local history. Now, as vice presi-

dent of the historical society, I’m on the executive and we do our best to make sure that good new stuff comes into the collection.” Bunting notes that it is a passion for preserving history that has continued to inspire her career through the years. “I really, really enjoy the discovery of the past,” she says. There are endless stories that haven’t been told yet, particularly in this community, and the discovery and even the re-telling of the older things is just an endless, endless delight.” In addition, Bunting emphasises the importance of these records being preserved properly. “Whether you’re making a movie or whether you’re writing a book, you need to go somewhere to try and ascertain the facts and try and find out what happened and track down the mysteries. Archives are our main source for that.” Of course, she adds, there is also below-the-ground history in the form of archeology and built history in the form of architecture, but archives hold the history of mankind. “It’s very important that these be looked after well not only so that they’ll be preserved physically for a long period but also so that you can [easily access the information],” Bunting says.

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Celebrate Canada Day at Confederation Park and Grass Creek Park Here's what is going on Monday, July 1: Join the Red & White Parade: Wear red and white and meet at Barrie and Princess Streets at 11:30 a.m. Mayor Mark Gerretsen will officially reopen Princess Street during the parade. Confederation Park • Limestone Mile races start at 9 a.m. • Civic Ceremony and Mayor's Awards at 12 p.m. on the steps of City Hall, 216 Ontario St. • Rededication of Engine 1095, ‘The Spirit of Sir John A.' at 1 p.m. with Mayor Mark Gerretsen, representatives from Local 221, the Engine 1095 Volunteer Restoration Group and Kingston's own Poet Laureate Eric Folsom. • Live music all afternoon • Fireworks at 10 p.m. Confederation Basin offers the best view. Grass Creek Park, 2993 Highway 2 East Face-painting, air castles, games, beach volleyball, and sandcastle competition from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Live music from Mystic Drumz, Rob Driscoll's Wild and Wacky Magic Show, Rob Carnegie, Kelli Trottier and Hey Kids! Festivities wrap-up at 5:30 p.m. with Canada Day Ceremony – and cutting of the cake. Next door, at MacLachlan Woodworking Museum Kingston, artist Shayne Dark recreates his piece ‘Red Tide' to begin his six-week residency.

Monday Holiday Closures • Kingston Transit: Runs on a Sunday schedule. See www.kingstontransit.ca/tripplanner. • Garbage, Green Bin and recycling: No collection on Monday and collection moves to the day after your normal pick-up day for the rest of the week. Residents are reminded that the City is synchronizing its waste collection schedule starting July 8; collection days change for some residents. Details and collection-reminder sign-up at www.CityofKingston.ca/collection. • Administrative Offices: Closed • Utilities Kingston and Kingston Hydro: Closed Monday. In the event of a utility emergency, such as a gas smell, power outage or a water main break, call the Utilities Kingston 24-hour number at 613-546-1181. (Hydro One electricity customers in City west and east should call 1-800-434-1235.) • Kingston Area Recycling Centre: Closed Monday. • Beechgrove Complex Recreational Facility: Closed Monday • SCOTT Aqua Park: Open. • Splash Pads and Wading Pools: Splash Pads and wading pools are open on Monday. McBurney and Victoria Park wading pools open for the season on July 1. • INVISTA Centre: Closed Monday. • INVISTA Centre Fitness & Wellness Centre: Closed Monday. • CaraCo Home Field: Closed Monday.

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Children learn about living walls and environmental stewardship through student-designed lesson By Hollie Pratt-Campbell hpratt-campbell@theemc.ca

EMC News - Brandon Whitley is on a mission to grow environmental awareness and stewardship among children, one plant at a time. On June 14, the Grade 12 KCVI student led 40 children in Grades 1 to 3 at his alma mater, Centennial Public School, in a special workshop that had them constructing “living walls” out of egg cartons and tropical plants. Whitley explained that living walls are vertical plant-growing mediums that are intended to provide environmental benefits to the air around them. “For instance, I have a plant on my wall that takes out benzene from carpets,” he said. “I have a combination of plants that filter air and also plants that are aesthetically pleasing. I use tropical plants because they appeal more to a wide demographic since they’re so original compared to what we normally see in Canada.” Recently, Whitley’s design for a portable living wall – the first of its kind in the world - won 5th place in the National You Innovate Canada competition. The project was born out of his long-time passion for environmental issues. “In Grade 10, I took the Grade 11 environmental science class with Matt Saunders,” Whitley said. “He’s a phenomenal teacher, and he really started to inspire me a lot.” When an opportunity arose to help build a living wall at Queen’s University, Whitley jumped at the chance to take his interest

in the environment to the next level. The project eventually inspired his own living wall innovation, and later developed into an educational program for children, which Whitley also designed himself. So far, he has run several workshops for children at Winston Churchill and Centennial Public Schools. “I use the living wall to teach concepts such as environmental leadership and initiative, biodiversity and sustainability,” he explained. “My goal is to let this project allow the students to have a hands-on interactive experience with these concepts so it inspires them to take on this kind of initiative on their own.” Whitley noted that it is important to try and get the students acquainted with a mindset of environmental consciousness from a young age. “If we can get students involved in these kinds of activities from a younger age, it just becomes a natural part of their thinking process to consider the environment in their actions,” he said. “Then when they grow up they will already have this ideal subconsciously in their minds, and it will translate to their work and throughout the entire community much more efficiently.” Whitley plans on continuing to run these workshops when he moves to the west coast to study biology at the University of British Columbia this fall. “I don’t know what I want to do yet for a career, but I do know that these workshops, regardless of what my professional career will be, are a big part of who I am now,” he said. Grade 1 teacher Catherine Gold, whose

Students in Catherine Gold’s Grade 1 class, with Grade 12 student Brandon Whitley, display the living walls they created during the lesson. Photo/Hollie Pratt-Campbell students participated in the living wall lesson, noted that it was a very special day for Centennial considering Whitley was formerly a student there. “We thought it was a wonderful chance for us to recognize the success of one of our past students,” she said. In addition, Gold explained that Cen-

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Choreographers bring their innovative styles to Kingston EMC Lifestyle - It’s impressive that between them they have about 40 years of dance experience. But consider that they’re both only in their early twenties. Kay Kenney is 23. She started dancing at the age of three. Same for Lauren Runions. Earlier this year, their dance alma mater, the Kingston School of Dance (KSD), hired Kenney and Runions to choreograph two works for debut at the school’s year-end production at the Grand Theatre on June 15. Ebon Gage, the KSD Artistic Director, explained that a Kingston Arts Council grant allowed him to hire the choreographers. Kenney and Runions worked with dancers for the past few months, preparing them for the debut of the choreographed dances. In her dance career, Kenney took some time off in high school to take

part in cheerleading at Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic High School. But when Cats came to town, she auditioned and landed a role. “I rediscovered my love for dance,” she said. “But my first year back I popped my knee and spent six to eight months in rehab.” At the age of four, Lauren Runions took a year off dance to try gymnastics. She went back to dance the next year. “I think I trained at every dance studio in Kingston until discovering the Kingston School of Dance,” she said. “I auditioned and got a role in Cats, the Musical. After working with Ebon (Gage, who choreographed Cats), I switched to KSD she said. There’s no one like him.” After high school, Runions started studying architecture at Ryerson, then transferred to Queen’s University for a fine art degree. While at Queen’s, she returned to KSD to teach. “While teaching at KSD, I realized I wanted to go into Where you always save a bundle! dance professionFor Donation Pickup - 613-544-4396 MATTRESSES Barcelona ally,” she said. Twin Set – $261.98 caNada red & She completed Double Set – $326.98 Queen Set – $389.98 the dance program White Sale Selected at George Brown Wear red & White & College. After MattreSSeS recieve 25% off your graduation, she clothing purchase was selected from June 27, 28, 29, July 2 & 3 elite auditions by 277 Bath Rd. • 613-544-4396 Cadence ProgresWhile Supplies Last. 472 Division St. • 613-531-5002 Bath Rd. New Store Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9:30am-8pm, Sat. 9:30am- 6pm sive Contemporary R0012175104

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“We were all really lucky to have that experience,” said Pearson. “None of us had ever worked with someone like Kay. It was really fun.” The experience itself was emotionally draining. “The first time we did the whole piece together, we were all in tears on the floor,” said Pearson. “When I was dancing, I wasn’t really thinking about it being emotional. But when I curled up at the end, it just hit me. What did I just do?” Pearson said that the complex work was fairly easy to learn. “The way Kay choreographed, she taught it in phases,” said Pearson. “There were sets of moves she wanted. She told us to take these moves and make our own thing with them. She was clear about what she liked and what fit and what didn’t. We created something while sticking to Kay’s restrictions and guidelines. Each week she’d teach a new phase and then we learned transitions and added them all together.” Lauren Runions said the experience of working with the Kingston School of Dance students was thrilling for her. Her choreography included 12 dancers, plus herself. “I taught a lot of kids while I was at KSD,” she said. “It was awesome to come back and see how much they’d developed and grown. There’s no question, I’d like to do more of this and work with them in the future. It was great for Kay and I. Kay’s very into modern dance and I’m classically trained but quirky.” She said that her work, Small Memory, focused on someone growing from childhood into their early twenties. “I had them remember different moments in life,” she said. “It was fun developing dance in that way. The solo artists in the piece were moving in ways they wouldn’t normally be used to. I watched these dancers grow so much.” Ebon Gage hopes to continue to bring in outside choreographers to work with the school’s dancers. After he watched the choreographed works by Kenney and Runions at the final show at the Grand, Gage had one word (repeated): “Amazing. Amazing. Amazing.”


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Busy days (and night) at Gan museum EMC Lifestyle - The Sixth Annual Summer Evening in the Islands in Gananoque promises to be an enchanting social night. It’s an annual fundraiser for the Arthur Child Heritage Museum of the Thousand Islands. “It’s become the event of the summer that welcomes all the people back to the islands,” said Linda Mainse, the museum’s executive director. “It is an evening when guests are wined and dined on gourmet hot and cold foods, music and silent and live auctions.” It’s always held on the second Thursday of July. “That’s proved to be a popular time,” said Mainse. “It doesn’t tie up the weekend and everybody seems to be available.” This year’s affair is scheduled to be the grand opening of Riva at the former Golden Apple location. But due to some major renovations and construction delays, the site may not be ready in time. If that happens, the program will move to Ivy Lea. “Either way, everyone is thrilled,” said Mainse. “Both venues are gorgeous.” The theme for the evening is Then and Now. “It will be like the heyday of the 1940s and early 1950s,” said Mainse. “We’ll be going with music from that era and music that was popular during the war.” Mainse explained that the community offers great support to the event, with many businesses stepping up with items for the silent auction. One of the auction highlights includes a barbeque donated by Canadian Tire. That item is being partnered with a local chef who will prepare a dinner for eight at the winner’s home. Also up for auction is a day, including a picnic lunch, for eight people on board a 40-foot mahogany launch from the Antique Boat Museum. The Heritage Museum will be launching its new website at the Summer Evening. “Our website has been pretty dated,” said Mainse. “We’ll be launching a rebranding with our website about Our Story Preserved. The logo looks like an open book. The new site will feature Facebook, Twitter and blog links and will be compatible with smart phones and tablets.” Mainse said that with the support of

things like this annual fundraiser the museum has moved from a deficit into a surplus funding position over the past several years. The newest funding goal of the museum is for the Tower Project. The focus is the museum’s wheelhouse, which offers a panoramic view of the river. “It’s been long held as a dream within the board that the tower be transformed into another exhibit,” said Mainse. “Over the past two years we’ve been able to do some significant things within the building. Exhibits have been created and others have been refreshed. Along with revenue from the fundraiser, we’ll receive a matching pledge from the Arthur Child Foundation for the tower project.” She explained that when it’s completed, a guest will be able to feel what’s it’s like to drive one of three vessels: a mahogany boat, a tall ship or a speed boat. “They’ll be three very different trip experiences,” said Mainse. “We’re shooting footage for this over the summer in wraparound 3D video, so visitors will feel that they’re sitting in the boat driving it.” If you cannot attend the summer evening spectacular gala, make sure to drop by the museum over the summer. This is a wonderful and highly professional museum, one of my favourites. There are always new exhibits worth exploring. The museum is currently hosting a travelling exhibit created by the Canadian War Museum: 1812—One War, Four Perspectives. “It’s fairly controversial,” said Mainse. “Because it interprets the war through the eyes of the four participating forces: Canadian, American, British and First Nations. It’s a very large exhibit and certainly has a presence on our main floor. It will be here until August 25.” On July 4, an art exhibit opens featuring paintings by a guild of artists from New Brunswick. After the buildup of troops in Sacket’s Harbor, New York, in February 1813, the 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot set out from Frederiction, heading to Kingston. They travelled 1125 km and reached Fort Henry on April 12. A group of artists with access to a journal of a commander of the 104th Regiment used it as inspiration to create paintings to commemorate that walk. The paintings will travel from the New Brunswick

Legislature to the Heritage Museum in Gananoque. The showing will open on July 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. You’ll have an opportunity to meet the artists and see the paintings on that night. “This year, we also have a collection if military artifacts on exhibit in the west room on the main floor,” said Mainse. “It’s a perfect pairing of these artifacts and the paintings.” Mainse said she hopes the paintings will be available for viewing for a few weeks, but an end date for the exhibit has not yet been announced. If you’d like a special way to celebrate Canada Day away from parade crowds, the museum will start serving The Arthur Child Heritage Museum of the 1000 Islands features a cake at noon on July 1. “We serve it until it’s all gone,” said wealth of activities this summer, including special events and exhibits Mainse. “That usually takes about an exploring the War of 1812. Photo/Mark Bergin hour and a half.” in the donation box, no one is watchThe museum will offer heritage teas There’s the history tourist to consider. “Hopefully, our season of visitors ing. Families can come and take away on July 10 and 24 from 2 to 3 p.m. “It’s an opportunity to experience will get expanded from six months lots of great learning and experience. tea the way it was enjoyed in a simpler into the shoulder season as well. We’re Meanwhile, at the end of the street, time,” said Mainse. “We’ll have lovely looking at ways to engage people be- there’s a park and splash pad.” Make sure to keep checking the sweets and plates nicely fixed up in the yond September.” Finances are not an issue for anyone museum’s website. There’s a lot going rotunda. We’ll use vintage linens and wanting to visit this amazing museum. on this summer. I’ve only touched on wonderful tea cups.” some of the events. On July 3, 17 and 31 the featured Every visit is by donation. “In this time of fiscal constraints For more information about the treat at the museum will be an old-fashivillage@cogeco.net, ioned lemonade stand with fresh made with so many families struggling to museum: lemonade at one dollar per glass. The make ends meet, it’s wonderful to be www.1000islandsheritage.com. Tickalternating tea and lemonade events able to offer to anyone the opportunity ets for the 6th Annual Summer Eveto spend a day wandering through the ning in the Islands are $125 (You will will hopefully continue in August. Given the museum’s positive fund- museum and experience the past and receive a tax receipt for $70 of that as a ing base, they’ve been able to hire an all there is to offer,” said Mainse. “If deductible donation). To obtain tickets, applied museum studies graduate to someone can’t afford to put anything call 613-382-2535. focus on the museum’s growing One of Ontario’s Largest Custom Home Builders edge: programming. The Glengarry “It’s the direction we need to move,” said Mainse. “We have to start reaching out to the community at a variety of levels. We’re developing a program that we can take to schools. It’s our museum in a suitcase. We can really maximize some of our artifacts.” Mainse said that the programming will expand beyond schools.

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Local nursery celebrates golden year By Kelly Reid Correspondent

EMC Business - For longtime residents of Kingston, Potter’s Nurseries has been a fixture in the city’s west end area of Bath, Days, and Gardiners Roads. Since 1963, the nursery has never strayed beyond this three-corner section of town. This year, owner Millie Potter, along with her son and colleague, Kent, celebrate the nursery’s 50th anniversary. Last month, they marked the occasion with an open house, special prices, raffles, and draws. “It was all rural when we moved out here,” Millie remembers of when the store opened in 1963. Over the last half century, of course, Kingston’s west end has seen tremendous growth. The expansion is what strikes Millie the most about how things have changed since opening. “It’s just been phenomenal. We started out just by the Feed and Seed store.” They’ve spent the last 25 years located on the corner of Golden Mile Road and Days Road. Millie and her husband, Stan Potter, opened the nursery after Stan spent

several years working at another greenhouse in town. With experience under his belt, he decided to open a store of his own and turn it into a family business. Stan was forced to retire some 15 years ago after his health declined. “Too much use of the shovel,” Millie explains. “He had to back off.” Stan now uses mobility aids much of the time. Millie, though long past retirement age, still spends seven days a week at the nursery helping her son run the business. “I don’t feel my age,” she winks. The nursery sells a wide variety of products, but specializes in perennials, shrubs, and shade trees. In the winter they sell Christmas trees as well. “We only close for two weeks a year, between Christmas and New Year,” Millie says of the schedule she keeps. “We’re open seven days a week, except for Sundays in July and August.” Millie still helps out on the floor of the nursery as well, recommending hydrangeas or hostas to her faithful clientele. “Repeat customers are what keep us going,” says this matriarch. The staff at Potter’s Nurseries has been loyal as well. “We’ve been blessed with real good

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Kingston writer becomes finalist for Trillium award Correspondent

EMC News - For local novelist and poet Steven Heighton, Kingston as a city has had a profound influence on his recent work. His 2012 collection of short stories, The Dead Are More Visible, is set almost entirely in the city that he calls home. Though Heighton himself has been a Kingston resident since 1988, his other works have never been set in the Limestone City. Instead, they explore faraway locales such as the Artic and even Egypt. “I wanted to try to bring it all back home,” Heighton explains of The Dead Are More Visible. “Kingston is at the heart of the book.” Heighton believes that Kingston has long been supportive of his writing career and the careers of other fledgling artists. With community events such as WritersFest, the Skeleton Park Arts Festival, and a thriving neighbourhood of novelists downtown known as “Writers’ Block,” Heighton feels that

Kingston offers support that newcomers don’t always find in other cities. “For one thing, it’s affordable,” he laughs. He also finds the city stimulating. “It’s been very inspiring because of the strangeness of the place,” he says. In fact, many of his own unusual experiences in the city have been worked into the The Dead Are More Visible collection in some way. That said, although Heighton shares some elements of his own life in the stories, The Dead Are More Visible was written as a way to challenge himself. With 10 published books, he’s been prolific over the last 20 years, yet he felt that he was slipping into “default mode” by writing characters that were too similar to himself. “You don’t want to start repeating yourself,” he explains, “And I couldn’t fall back on old patterns.” Heighton challenged himself with his latest work by writing from a wide variety of vantage points, including from the point of view of female characters.

The collection follows Canada’s longstanding short story tradition, and Heighton lauds such Canadian gems as Alice Munro for influencing him. When Heighton found out in May that he had been short listed for this year’s Trillium Book Award – Ontario’s most prestigious literary prize – he was primarily excited to have been a finalist in the same year as Munro. “I got to meet her and tell her how much I appreciated her work,” Heighton says of the awards gala he attended. “It felt great.” Incidentally, his idol, Munro, was awarded the prize on June 18 for her short story collection Dear Life: Stories.). In the next year, Heighton looks forward to continuing work on a novel that he hopes to draft in its entirety by this winter. Though he put his work on hold over the last season to teach, he is looking forward to a summer full of writing. “I feel like the thing’s alive again,” Steven Heighton, Kingston’s emerging literary star. Photo/Andrew Dubrowolskyj he promises.

Notice to Residents of Loyalist Township Changes to Your Garbage and Recycling Schedule Effective July 2nd, 2013 The following changes to the garbage and recycling program will affect all residents of Loyalist Township (except Amherst Island): 

Recycling will be collected the same day as your garbage.

The lines dividing the three geographical collection areas have been redrawn. The new areas are renamed Routes 1, 2, and 3. Route 1 (pink) will be on Tuesdays Route 2 (blue) will be on Wednesdays Route 3 (green) will be on Thursdays

Recycling will still alternate between Blue Box one week and Grey Box the next. The first week in July will be the Grey Box. The monthly garbage and recycling schedule can be found on our website at www.loyalist.ca.

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as opposed to finding part-time The business’ services include work,” he says. event and corporate videograCreating a production company phy, editing and cinematographic was the ideal fit for Brown, who services, social media managehails from Waterloo, Ont. ment, web content creation and “I came to Queen’s to be an distribution, etc. English major and realized that “It’s kind of just whatever English majors don’t really write people need me for,” Brown says, anything,” explaining that it was noting that recent projects have at that point that he decided to try included everything from music something different, entering the videos, short films and web series Film and Media department at the to weddings and corporate prouniversity, in which he has just motions. completed his third year. Since launching the business “I went into film because I like June 1, Brown says he has been telling stories.” busy with all aspects of the busiThat enthusiasm for story- ness, and is excited to see how the telling is at the centre of Brown’s company develops in the coming Summer Company business. months. In fact, Brown describes the “Being your own boss is a lot business as “a grassroots produc- more hectic than I thought it was tion company that strives to cre- going to be but it’s fun,” he says. ate meaningful, captivating and Ideally, Brown says he is hopexciting multimedia projects that ing that the business is something reflect a passion for storytelling,” that will continue beyond the on the company’s website. Brown has given the business the name Dillinger Studios. “I used to play some music with some friends and I would always be coming up with band names and putting them in my phone, and one day Dillinger was just getting thrown around in my brain a lot, and I was like maybe not for a band but for a video stu(Offer ends July 27, 2013) dio it might be kind of interesting, and it just kind of stuck,” wy Brown explains.

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newsletter,” he says. Summer Company gives students ages 15-29 the opportunity to create and launch a summer business venture. Successful applicants received up to $1,500 in start-up funding, hands-on business coaching, training, and mentoring. The program, which originated in 2001, is facilitated here locally by the KEDCO Entrepreneurship Centre. That newsletter was the answer to Brown’s problem of finding a part-time summer job. “I was like, ‘Oh, that’s interesting. I’d get to be my own boss, be self-employed.’ As the deadline came closer and closer I started to put all my effort into doing that

summer and the completion of the Summer Company program. “Over the course of the summer I’m looking to really establish it as a pretty decent studio. We have a couple already in Kingston and I kind of see myself competing directly against them in the not so distant future,” he says. “My goal is to use the summer as a launching point.” Additional information on Dillinger Studios can be found online at dillingerstudios.ca, or via e-mail at info@dillingerstudio.ca.

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Kingston Police start dialogue with residents Correspondent

EMC News - On June 19, the Kingston Police Force invited residents of the city’s west end to a community mobilization meeting as part of the force’s initiative to collaborate with the public. The meeting was for Zone 8 residents and business owners; this area is bordered by Highway 401 to the north, Sydenham Road to the East, Taylor Kidd Boulevard to the South, and the city’s western limits. Constable Bill Ross of the Crime Prevention Unit led the meeting with opening remarks.

“The reality is, as community members, you all have specific concerns, and they’re legitimate,” he addressed the group. “A big part of tonight is learning that the police can’t do it alone. We need to work together.” The mobilization meeting is part of a larger model initiated by the Ontario Chiefs of Police in 2010. The model focuses on community engagement and liaising with residents to understand concerns specific to regions. In general, the model suggests that once an area has a decreased level of crime and a low need for police assistance, community consultation becomes an effective measure for keeping crime rates low. The initiative falls under the

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mation. Cst. Ross also encouraged Kingstonians to visit the Kingston Police website as well, as its “Crime Mapping” tool will help citizens learn what crimes are happening in their area, and what they should be watching for. “We always invite people to visit our website,” says Ross. “It’s a great tool at your disposal.” The meeting concluded with a dialogue about next steps. In the interest of transparency and accountability, all of the residents’ notes from the meetings will be posted on the KPF Facebook page by the end of this week, and an official plan for solutions will be posted one week from now. One attendee, Patrick, concluded the meeting by saying, “It’s very encouraging to see that we can express ourselves and that someone’s going to listen.”

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Holy Cross hits the big screen for pedestrian safety By Mandy Marciniak Correspondent

EMC News - Pedestrian safety is a prominent issue that every community faces, and the students at Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School are working to make more members of the Kingston community aware of its severity. “There is a trend of pedestrian accidents. Pedestrian fatalities represent 16 per cent of Ontario road fatalities, which is a rather high number and shows that there really should be more awareness about this issue,” said John Esford, Communications Technology teacher at Holy Cross. Esford and Holy Cross were approached by the Ministry of Transportation about pedestrian safety and asked if a project could be incorporated into this year’s curriculum to focus on the issue. “Typically, within the Grade 11 curriculum, we do a project that is similar. We do a public service announcement assignment and teach students about social issues and the power of the media. They learn

technical skills and how to yield a camera in the process. We have done projects in the past on bullying and domestic violence, so this opportunity came along and it seemed to fit our criteria perfectly.” The Grade 11 students were assigned the project at the beginning of the semester and were made aware that this wasn’t a typical school project. “These are authentic projects, so their stress level was a little higher knowing that these ideas would be seen and heard locally, but they turned out really well. Their work will be on CKWS and TV Cogeco and the students also did photography, print and graphic design projects and print ads that will be in bus shelters throughout the city,” explained Esford. Perhaps the most exciting part of the project is the presentation of their work at Cineplex. On June 22, faculty, students, friends and family gathered at the Cineplex at the Rio Can Center to watch the video that the students worked on and view the print ads as well. “We came up with the video concept of a babysitter looking both

ways when she crosses the street the first time but not doing it when she crosses again and gets hit by a car. We wanted to show that you need to look both ways at all times and at any age,” explained Isrial Thomas, one of the producers of the short video. “We put a lot of hard work into it and it is great to see our work broadcast on the movie screen for everyone to see.” The project also meant a lot for Amanda Lloyd, who was also a producer of the video. “My mother, when she was 15, was hit by a car on her way to school. She injured herself severely and was actually in a coma for a while. This project definitely hit close to home for me and I

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Surf’s SUP: take your yoga practice the next level…on Lake Ontario By Hollie Pratt-Campbell hpratt-campbell@theemc.ca

EMC Lifestyle - As soon as I heard that there exists a trend involving doing yoga on a paddleboard, I knew I wanted in. While I had admittedly never set foot on a paddleboard until last week, yoga has been an important part of my life for many years, and the thought of going through the poses whilst floating in harmony with the lake seemed like an amazing opportunity. This summer, Trailhead Kingston is for the first time holding a course on SUP (stand up paddle) yoga. Last week, I connected with instructors Michelle McShane and Katie Kyte, who were kind enough to take me out onto Lake Ontario to show me a few moves. “Am I likely to fall in the water?” I asked Michelle on the phone before we went out. “Highly likely,” she answered, and I prayed for sunny, hot day. Mother Nature delivered about as much as can be expected for the underwhelming late Spring 2013, and while the temperature hovered around a chilly 19 degrees, there was sun and calmer than average waters, and I considered myself lucky. Before you can do yoga on a paddleboard, it is first necessary to learn how to operate the board itself, and so Michelle started out by giving me a crash course on how to steer and stand up on the paddleboard. As we paddled around, she explained how the sport started with surf instructors in Hawaii who were looking for a more efficient way of getting to their clients in the water.

Michelle noted that she paddleboards at home with her two young children, and that the sport appeals to people of a wide variety of ages and backgrounds. “People that are doing it that have a paddling background I think are just looking for a new paddle sport,” she said. “Maybe it’s people who have done canoeing and kayaking and they just want something new to try. Others are using it as a method of fitness because it can be quite a core workout. Then I see families using it as a beach toy – that’s what I do with my kids, and they really like it.” Over the last three years, she said, the sport has really exploded in Ontario. As for me, I managed to make it through the entire SUP lesson without once falling into the frigid waters, and was feeling quite proud of myself. Paddling along the shore of Macdonald Park, I could tell what a great workout I was getting, and it was fun, too, being in control of this cool surfboardlike thing. Of course, adding the yoga element took it to another level entirely. That’s where Katie came in. She remarked that it was probably only a matter of time before people started combining paddleboarding and yoga, as the boards are big enough to act as mats and thus it was natural for people with a yoga background to begin trying moves on them. “It’s turned into a way to practice that’s fun and maybe not as serious,” Katie said. “You’re basically on a floating mat and whenever you move in and out of a pose the board is going to respond,

so you have to actually slow yourself down and think about the placement of your hands and your feet so that you can achieve that pose on the board without falling in the lake.” Unfortunately, my own “remaining on the board” winning streak ended when I tried to work my way into Warrior 1 pose. My balance was lost, and into the icy water I fell. It was cold, but the shock was the worst part, and I was able to get back up on the board for a few Katie Kyte practices yoga on a paddleboard. more poses. I was glad I kept excited to introduce the people of with it, too, because as Katie pointed Kingston to this cool new sport. out, doing yoga on a paddleboard is a “One of the things I really like great way to take your practice to the about teaching is just bringing people next level. out of their comfort zones,” Michelle “A big part of yoga is being pres- said. “At Trailhead, we cater towards ent,” she said. “And this certainly beginners, so I really enjoy bringing forces you to be present because you people out and introducing them to have so many elements that are sur- something that I do for fun.” rounding you - the wind, the waves, “One thing that’s really exciting is the sun, people on the beach, people this is the first that I know of people watching, and then just having an un- doing [SUP yoga] in Kingston,” Katie stable ‘mat’ that you’re practicing on. added. “It’s exciting because we have It really forces you to focus on what a great city, there are lots of yoga stuyou’re doing.” dios and lots of water. It’s really excitTogether, Michelle and Katie are ing that it’s coming together for our

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The Gertrudes release lead single from new album at special Canada Day concert By Hollie Pratt-Campbell hpratt-campbell@theemc.ca

EMC Entertainment - This summer, local band The Gertrudes will release their third full-length album, Neighbourhood, and they have devised a fun new way to bring their music to the community. Instead of picking an official album release date, singles will be issued to the public gradually over the coming months. Many of Neighbourhood’s songs will be introduced at a concert the band will give on Canada Day, which will take place in City Park at 1 p.m. as a part of Artfest Kingston. Concert-goers will also be issued free download cards for the album’s first single, All the Dollar Bills Sing Hallelujah. “If you stay in touch with The Gertrudes’ Facebook page and website, you’ll be getting more throughout the summer,” says band member Greg Tilson. Tilson notes the album was spearheaded largely by his wife and fellow Gertrude, Annie Clifford, who is expecting their first child in mid-July, and guitar player/producer Matt Rogalsky. Both were eager to seize the opportunity to see this art project through to completion before the band undergoes the many changes in store for its near future. Tilson explains that some of The Gertrudes’ many members have recently graduated from university,

others are or could potentially be moving, and still more – including himself and Annie – are soon to be adding to their families. “I think Annie and Matt are trying to capture a moment here,” he says. “We’re all here now, we’re all in the neighbourhood now, so let’s capture the songs that we’ve written; let’s capture the sound and the spirit of what we are right now before people move on and before things change.” Tilson notes that the band’s sound has evolved somewhat on Neighbourhood, and is a combination of the big sound The Gertrudes are known for and more simple, acoustic tracks. The songs’ lyrical themes bridge the gap between the chaotic realm of global politics and the notion of neighbourhood and community. “This is a really important theme for our band,” Tilson says. “We’re all very active in the community and

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EMC Entertainment - For local musician Greg Ball, everything seems to be falling very nicely into place. The title of his latest album, Mr. Rightplace, reflects a recent string of positive developments, and his tight-knit relationship with his band members, multi-instrumentalist Joe Carscallen, drummer Rob Radford and bassist Paul Muller. “I think as far as people I could have hooked up with to produce and record this record with me, I was pretty blessed and feel like I was in the right place – hence the name” Ball says. He describes Mr. Rightplace as “a band record”, noting that it was very much a collaborative work between all four members. This represents quite a departure from

his first record, Excessive Until August, which was much more of a solo effort. Both albums were produced by Tragically Hip guitarist Paul Langlois and released under his label, Ching Music. “This record was all done off the floor with the band,” Ball explains. “Everybody was there, everybody was sharing ideas. I might write a song, and I guess technically it’s my song, but these are the three guys that sort of shape what the song is going to do. They were a really big part of the effort.” Ball notes that the style of the songs is “like a singer/songwriter rock with a little bit of alternative country in there,” and that many of the themes deal with relationships – though not necessarily ones he has personally experienced. “I like doing sort of third person songs, writing from somebody else’s point of view in ways that I think they might be thinking,” he says. For example, the song My Forte is written from the perspective of a guy Ball saw in a bar who was jealously eyeing his ex-girlfriend with a new man. “I just kind of took that situation of being that bad ex-boyfriend who can’t let stuff go, and then wrote a song about that,” he says. Ball remarks that an element of darkness also exists in most of his songs. “I’m not really a shiny happy person when I’m writing songs,”

he says. “I’m an extremely happy person when it comes to drinking beers at the bar or being with my family, but [the dark stuff] is just sort of what comes out of me when I write a song.” This coming fall, Ball and his band will embark on their first ever Canada-wide tour, on which they will serve as the opening act for Langlois, who will be promoting his latest solo project. As a father of two children, 13-yearold Max and four-year-old Henry, Ball notes that it will be difficult to be away from his family for a month; however, he is still very excited for the opportunity to be a part of such a big tour with such a high-profile musician. “I sort of wish I was 22 doing it,” he says. “Now I’m in my midthirties, but it’s still the chance of a lifetime. Primarily I think it’s just going to be a lot of fun.” Indeed, Ball has played alongside Langlois since 2010 as part of the Campfire Liars Club. “The first gig I played I sort of got to know Paul on stage,” Ball says. “Holy smokes, I was nervous, but he’s a very relaxed and easy-going guy. He’s just a normal dude and we became good buddies. This tour going to be a riot.” For more information or to listen to Ball’s music, please visit www.gregball.ca, or his Facebook and YouTube pages. He is also on Twitter at @gregball75.

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Trusting in the grace of God, Diane was called home on June 17th, in her 72nd year. Diane regretfully leaves her brother Bob (Marg) of Mississauga, nephew Rob (Justyna), grand-nephews Daniel and Michael, niece Tammy, cousins Brian, Ralph (Diane), and Linda (Dave), her friends, and her second family at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church (Kingston). Predeceased by cherished parents Bess and Paul. Adoptive mother of Carolyn and grandmother of Laura. She was a lover of Montreal, cats, football, music (Sweet Adelines) and the English language. Funeral to be held at S. Mark’s Lutheran Church (263 Victoria St., Kingston) at 1:00pm, Saturday, June 29th, followed by interment, then reception at church. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Humane Society of Ontario.

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RV For Sale- 2006 Wildwood, 286RLSS, 5th wheel. Fully loaded, excellent condition. 613-284-1903. Leave message please.

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JOb SummaRy: Metroland Media (formerly Performance Printing) located in Smiths Falls is accepting resumes for the position of 3rd Press Helper in the Web Department. The ideal candidate will have: • A minimum of 1 year related experience • Be a good communicator • Be friendly and cooperative • Have a mechanical aptitude • Have the ability to examine and evaluate detail • Assist with set-up, operation, and maintenance of the web press as directed by the first press operator • Good Health and Safety ethics Specific Responsibilities: • Assist Operators where needed • Learn the paper feeding aspect of the position • Perform various departmental functions • Keep area clean and hazard free • Transport finished product to appropriate departments Job Requirements: • Commitment to quality, productivity and apprentice program • Able to take directions from various press operators • Upon completion of training, should be capable of filling-in for 2nd press operator as required • Retrieve and prepare rolls for production • Good colour comprehension • Effective communication within a team environment • Positive, pro-active behaviour Interested candidates please respond to:

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JOB SUMMARY: Metroland Media (formerly Performance Printing) located in Smiths Falls is accepting resumes for the positions of 1st and 2nd Press Person in the Web Department. The individual must be committed to quality, posses good colour comprehension, be self-motivated and be effective in communication within the team environment. Have strong Health and Safety skills. Competencies, Skills and Experience COMPETENCIES: Action Oriented • Drive for Results • Learning on the Fly • Problem Solving • Time Management • Computer literacy • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Strong organization skills • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to meet deadlines • Ability to work as a team leader Only those with “Goss/Related Equipment” experience will be considered.

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Antiques, Collectibles, Engines, Large Wrench Collection, Rope Makers, Kitchen Gadgets, Brass Nozzles, Yard Sticks And Much More Held Approx. 12 Miles West of Kingston, Odessa Fair (Exhibit Palace), From 401 (Exit 599) Cty. Rd. #6 South Through Lights on Left

SATURDAY, JULY 6TH

Held For Tired Iron Acres - â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tony and Floraâ&#x20AC;?

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Approx. 12 Small Gas Engines Approx. 100 Hacksaws on Boards Approx. 150 Glass Cutters on Boards Approx. 300 Kitchen Gadgets Approx. 300 Pencils/Pens (named) Very Large Button Collection Fruit Jar Collection Medicine Bottle Collection Advertising Tins/Wooden Cigar Boxes Milk Bottles, Quarts/Pints/1/2 Pints

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Approx. 200 Wrenches on Boards (most named) Approx. 150 Brass Nozzles Approx. 200 Yard Sticks (named) Approx. 200 Shoe Horns on Boards Approx. 50 Named Pie Plates Wooden Thread Spools Collection Approx. 175 Bottle Openers on Boards Vintage Clothing Spectacles/Case Collection Egg Scale Collection

3 Rope Makers; Unusual 30 Gal. Can Cooling Well Lift; Many Other Farm and Related Items. Drop Leaf Table; Early Music Table with Drawer; Primitive Blanket Box; Very Early Game Board; Shamrock Centre Table; Stereo Scope/Cards; Master Guitar/Case; Desk Bell; Vinegar Cruets; Salt Dishes Etc. Planters Peanut/Cow Cookie Jars; Cutlery (some hall marked); Wooden Clothes Rack; Antique Large Queen Victoria Print; Antique Large RT. Hon. Sir John A. MacDonald G.C.B. Portrait (water damage); Horse Print; 32 Picture Framed Collage of Early Dresses of the Late 1800â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Early 1900â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s; 3 Antique Dolls/Wooden Cradle. NOTE: This is just a short listing to give you how diverse this collection is. Many items not listed. Please keep watching Web Site for updates/pictures. ***** This Extensive Collection has been collected by Tony & Flora over 40 years of traveling across Canada and USA. They have been active for many years showing at International Ploughing Matches, Florida State Fair, and Local Fairs, Engine Shows Etc. and very rarely showing the same thing twice. At this time in their life they have made the decision to sell, with this in mind they want some one else to enjoy this collection as much as they have.

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DAVE A. SNIDER, (613-386-3039) BRAD SNIDER, (613-386-3773)

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AUCTION SALE TERRY AND DEBBIE SHORT 473 BLAIRTON ROAD R.R.# 3 HAVELOCK, ONT. MONDAY JULY 1ST AT 10 AM 4 miles WEST of Marmora or 4 miles EAST of Havelock on Highway # 7 and turn NORTH onto Blairton Road for 1 mile. VEHICLE, BOAT& TRAILERS 2008 Ford F150 XLT 4 x 4 pick up with crew cab, 5.4 litre engine, 114000 kms- sells certified and e-tested- excellent condition; Smokercraft Infinity 18 ft pontoon boat with 30 hp Mercury 4 stroke outboard, low hours, leather accents, fish and depth finder and Bass Buggy boat trailer; Carry On 6 ft x 10 ft single axle enclosed cargo trailer â&#x20AC;&#x201C; like new; Advantage 16 ft flat deck landscape tandem axle trailer with ramps; single axle home crafted 3 bike motorcycle trailer, YARD EQUIPMENT- New Holland TC 24D 4 WD, 24hp, diesel compact tractor with NH 12 LA front end loader, frame mount NH 756 C back hoe attachment with 9â&#x20AC;?,18â&#x20AC;?tooth buckets, 12â&#x20AC;?trenching bucket, 60â&#x20AC;? mid mount mower deck, hydrostatic drive, ROPS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 800 hours- good running condition; King Kutter 4ft 3 point hitch rotary mower, 3 point hitch 5 ft Landscapers box scraper- new; 3 point hitch 4 ft scraper blade, 3 point hitch hydraulic wood splitter, Mackissic TPH 12 pto wood chipper/ shredder, 3 point fertilizer distributor, Cub Cadet front mount 48â&#x20AC;? snow blower fits above tractor, Ford 6 ft front mount hydraulic snow blade, Cub Cadet 16 hp 2166 Series riding lawn mower with rear bagger, Craftsman 12.5 hp snowblower, Craftsman and MTD garden tillers, Craftsman 4 hp walk behind string trimmer, 15 gallon estate sprayer on trailer, Craftsman grass de thatcher, 3x 2 wheel garden trailers TOOLS- Coleman 5500 w portable generator, Atlas 32â&#x20AC;? metal lathe with belt drive and tooling, Canox MIG welder, Victor Oxy acetylene torch kit, DeWalt 12â&#x20AC;? compound miter saw, CTC 14â&#x20AC;? metal cutoff saw, Delta 16.5â&#x20AC;?drill press, Snap On stacking tool chest, Mastercraft stacking tool chest, Delta 12.5â&#x20AC;? planer, Mastercraft 10â&#x20AC;? table saw, large assortment of hardware and bins, Snap On hand tools, wrenches, sockets; power tools, hand tools, žâ&#x20AC;? impact wrench, žâ&#x20AC;? sockets set, rechargeable tools, air tools to include Senco roof pro 450 roofing nailer, DeWalt framing nailer, Bostich trim nailer, 2 brad nailers, 3/8 & ½â&#x20AC;? impacts, IR slag chipper(new), air chisels. 5 hp dual tank air compressor, 5 hp gas engines, 12v fuel pump, 4 chain come alongs, chains, clamps, tie downs, ladders, Tecomec chainsaw sharpener, 16 & 18â&#x20AC;?chain saws, Poulan backpack blower, Eliminator power pack, garden tools, 2 sections of scaffolding, pile of rough cut shaggy bark hickory, pile of unsplit firewood, misc Harley parts & clothing, Plus much more HOUSEHOLD CONTENTS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SELL AT 10 AM 4 piece rattan sun room furniture set, antique walnut china cabinet, antique walnut sofa table, antique baggage cart coffee table, antique barrel, antique childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s press back high chair, collection of antique wood planes and hand tools, antique slag glass panel table lamp, antique weigh scales, antique oak and glass 6 ft display cabinet, antique oak high headboard bed with carved panels, antique walnut chest of drawers, 4 piece leather chesterfield suite, leather love seat, mahogany finish Queen size sleigh bed and night stands, pine 4 poster Queen size bed with side washstands, pine armoire, antique pine armoire, wrought iron patio furniture, 4 muskoka wood chairs, Technics stereo equipment, Shaw satellite HD receivers,Royal Doulton â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sonnetâ&#x20AC;? dinnerware, chest of silver and serving pieces, S/S BBQ, Jeanette Campbell original watercolour artwork, Canadian mint coins and silver dollars, Soyo 47â&#x20AC;? flat screen TV, copper boiler, childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trunk, kitchen wares, small kitchen appliances, everyday dishes, Home dĂŠcor, linens & numerous other articles. TERMS: CASH OR CHEQUE OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY OF SALE SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS Plainfield 613-477-2082 www.sullivanauctions.com Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve Caught The Moment Now You Can Keep The Memory

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Academy of Learning College – Accommodating the student first Written by, Tara Teeling, Facilitator at the Kingston campus of Academy of Learning College. For any potential student, the idea of working toward a diploma is daunting. Regardless of age or background, the stress of accomplishing one’s personal educational objectives can negatively impact anyone’s progress. Aside from the normal challenges associated with balancing a personal life and educational goals, students returning to an educational environment after a prolonged period of time encounter different stressors. This may be related to job loss, financial difficulties, relationship issues, childcare difficulties, physical challenges and, quite often, emotional challenges which may be exacerbated by these other stressors. Any combination of these may work to dissuade an individual from pursuing their educational goals, limiting them so that their plans to find a career that benefits them personally and professionally are permanently derailed. At the Academy of Learning College, this understanding allows for a more accommodating and comprehensive educational experience for all students. With a focus on students as individuals, and a consistent consideration for their particular needs and goals, the college works hard to coach them toward success. “What I enjoy most from my experience with Academy of Learning is that I feel better about myself. I found it a lot easier to learn, and the work I do is at my own pace. No one judges me, and there is always a teacher available to help.” –Norm Gibson Aside from providing students with the necessary technical skills to meet the job requirements of their chosen career, the college recognizes that it is necessary to help a student develop or restore

of Learning embraces every student’s individuality and prepares them for their career path by providing a balance of quality instruction and sensitivity, so that they are able to build a solid skill set in a positive, encouraging atmosphere. The road every student takes to the college is a different one, but the hope is that they all leave on the same path to success.

belief in their abilities, to help them adjust their thinking and remove whatever misperceptions they may hold regarding their personal limitations. Many students arrive at the college with a clear focus on what they need to accomplish, and are already comfortable working in a scholastic setting. Others, however, begin their first day in a state of anxiety, worried that they have essentially embarked upon a journey they may not have the ability to complete. Knowing this, the college staff works hard to ensure that every student is provided with whatever care is necessary in order for them to succeed. This is done through flexible scheduling, one-on-one coaching and a genuine shared interest in the student’s educational and professional achievement. According to Quincy Emmons, a graduate of Academy of Learning, the friendly atmosphere was what compelled him to choose the college over the many other facilities he had been researching after he made the decision to continue his education. “I received the education I was promised,” Emmons stated. “The atmosphere was friendly and a relatively stress free zone.” Emmons further stated that upon completion of his Business Administration Diploma, he was confident with his new skills and even impressed veteran business professionals with his knowledge and understanding of crucial business strategies and procedures. The Academy of Learning College distinguishes itself from other educational providers by identifying that every person has their own history, their own needs and distinct, original goals. How one person learns may be vastly different from another, but these differences should not impact the student in a negative way or hamper their quest for success. Rather, the Academy

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On a beautiful 3 acre lot sits this very nice and updated bungalow. Only 10 minutes from Napanee and 20 minutes to Kingston make it very accessable to all amenities. Updates over the past few years include roof, all flooring, brand new bathroom and so much more. If you want a nice private country property this is the one for you. MLS® 13605520

Perfect home for entertaining or the family. private lot with huge deck and paved circular driveway. updated quality flooring throughout the impressive bright spacious main floor. main floor laundry and a huge walk-in closet in master. lower level is fully finished and features a huge rec room with an oak bar, fireplace, built in oak cabinets and surround sound. full walkout to rear yard. 3 bathrooms and an attached double car garage. this is a must view! MLS® 13605141 $397,500

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full ensuite. Recent updates include; hardwood flooring on upper level, custom trim and crown moulding and freshly painted throughout. A few finishing touches are required. MLS® 13605581 19 SHANE STREET $344,900 INLAW SUITE

608 FAY ST

1030 SHELLEY LANE, SOUTH FRONTENAC ONTARIO, BUCK LAKE Updated open concept year round home on one of the best level sandy bays on buck lake. Huge master bedroom with ensuite and 2 walk in closets, open ample kitchen overlooking great room with stone fireplace and a dining room full of windows overlooking the lake. Outside you will find a nice deck, dock and a full size double detached garage all on a mature landscaped lot just steps from the water. MLS® 13605216 $429,500

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County living - without the drive! Located in the quiet neighbourhood of Poplar Grove, just a 5 minute drive to downtown Kingston, even less to CFB Kingston. This recently renovated 2 + 1 bedroom brick backsplit bungalow includes impressive upgrades in the last years: new roof and soffits, cork flooring in the kitchen and main bath, neutral berber carpet in both bedrooms, new full bath/laundry room, a professionally constructed mudroom with crawlspace and a new oversized double garage wired with a separate workshop. This well maintained home has plenty of living and storage space, a beautiful large deck off the kitchen for BBQs, a spacious living room with cathedral ceiling and cozy gas fireplace, and over a half acre of mature trees, green space, vegetable and perennial gardens. MLS® 13603728 $298,000

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2997 BEAR CREEK RD, SOUTH FRONTENAC Less than 10 mins north of 401 you will find this very private bungalow surrounded by mature trees. Upper level one bedroom self contained unit with hardwood floors in living room, 4pc bath and laundry. Lower level in law suite with 2 bedrooms, laundry, 3 piece bath, updated kitchen and living area. Each unit has separate entrance. This home requires cosmetic updating with price to reflect work required. MLS® 13603705 $249,900

5511 RIDEAU RD

WATERFRONT HOME/COTTAGE Double waterfront lot surrounded by mature tree’s offering complete privacy. Level, deep waterfront with spectacular views of Cranberry Lake. This cottage/home has been lived in year round and offers furnace, drilled well, concrete holding tank and a large bunkie/boathouse. Quiet, convenient to Kingston and Seely’s Bay, excellent boating, swimming and fishing. Have a look and make an offer MLS® 13602614 – $234,000

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Sean Marshall

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Office: 613.548.3300 Blackburn Mews - $389,900 NEW LISTING

West end office Condo with 8 offices, board room and reception, fully equipped ready for moving in. Includes all furnishing and phone system. You could be operational in a day! Only Unit with separate front door to lower level and rear entrance for potential separate tenant & income. Great parking. Unit was fully refurbished in fall 2010 including new front door and several windows. fully wheelchair compliant.

Hay Bay waterfront lot - $229,800 Witlow Pt at the mouth of Long Reach and Picton Bay - Level waterfront with the best anchorage in Hay Bay, protected from south west and ample depth. Absolutely private gentle slope to water perfect for basement walkout.

Middle Rd - $319,800

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Aberfoyle Rd - $224,800 NEW LISTING

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Outstanding Value for detached single home. New floor coverings, freshly painted, ready to moving in. Air conditioning, recent shingles, finished recroom, 2 full baths, fenced yard with large deck, central city location.

Downtown Duplex Elm St - $349,000

Solid, all brick bungalow, maim floor laundry, large master bedroom and main bath, oak cabinets in kitchen. High basement with large cold room. 4x6 construction for heating cost savings. Spacious front veranda for relaxation. Near Cat Centre and seniors home. On bus line. 3-4 car paved drive.

Barbara Ave - $419,800 All Brick 3 unit building, heated 2 car garage with income. Upgraded baths and kitchens, Hardwood and ceramic throughout. Financial analysis on file showing 15% potential return on investment with 25% down. Roof 2009, many newer windows. Tenants pay utilities. Solar panels will be leased back by owner.

Totally renovated downtown duplex 2 - 2 bedroom units. Only 10 min walk to Queens, detached garage separately rented. Fully renovated in 2008 including gas furnace, shingles siding, windows, flooring, kitchens, water & sewer mains & internal plumbing. On demand Hot water Heater. Main floor unit rented $995 ++ and has laundry hookups. Upper unit vacant, potential income $950, garage $300.

292 Cavendish Cres - $339,800 Have your own nature retreat with complete privacy and a pond under 15 minutes to downtown, Unique 1750Sqft architectural design, 3 bedrooms, ensuite shower & soaker tub, main floor laundry, recent upgrades to shingles, siding, heating system & windows, under 10 minutes to CFB.

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Lots of Lots Fortune Cres - $149,800 Great westend location in city industrial park, Zoned M6-2. May be used as a contractor`s or tradesman`s shop or yard. Easy 401 access. Security fenced and ready to use. Services on site. Battersea Rd Building Lot - $44,800 1.99 acre lot on Battersea Rd across from 6182 Battersea Rd. perfect for basement walkout, very Private, nicely treed, strong drilled well, seller is licensed septic installer and will give 25% discount on septic bed. Save $10,000 on total price by combining with neighbouring industrial 2.99 acre lot MLS# 13603846. Add a Modular Home from an additional $99,900. Battersea Rd Industrial Lot - $24,800 2.99 acre industrial lot with many uses or just park your machines. Combine with MLS #13603847 so shop and home are near each other.


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1952 sq ft custom bungalow. almost 10 acres, landscaped fenced yard with stone patio, and 6 person hot tub. Professionally finished lower level with 4th bedroom, full bath, and large recroom area. Open concept design, master bedroom with a private entrance to deck, and stunning ensuite. Call to book a viewing.

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This great 3 bedroom 4 year old home with plenty of ceramic and hardwood is loaded with upgrades and features a huge backyard oasis on premium lot. The landscaped yard has a 24’x18’ deck, 10’x14’ hardtop sun shelter and a spa. Quick close available! MLS 13604932 DIR: Hwy 15 to Rose Abbey, left on McCallum to Walters.

726 Clark Crescent, Lawrence Park $249,900

Elevated bungalow in cozy neighbourhood w tree lines streets. 3 beds on main level & 2 rooms plus rec room on lower. Gliding French doors lead from bright kitchen to deck and huge fully fenced yard. Dbl attached garage has additional garage door at the back for extra convenience! All major updates done incl. roof, electrical panel, furnace & C/air. Just move in. MLS 13605514

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405 WESTGATE CRT., $479,900

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Sitting on your balcony, dock or looking out your front window, will give you a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River. 1500 sq ft of living space on the main floor and approx 1400 sq ft of finished area on the lower ground level, gives you 2900 sq ft to stretch out in. Rocky, level shoreline and dock provide you with the best that summer can offer. Garage 22' x 26' is large enough for 2 cars plus a workshop. Gas fireplace in living room and woodstove in lower level. MLS 13604807. Terry Stevens, Broker 613-539-4142

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Very special two family home behind historic Barriefield Village. Each unit consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath, kitchen and living room. The property is an attractive investment or a great residence with second unit producing income to offset living expenses. Call for your personal viewing. DIR: Wellington Street off Highway 15 to Main Street, Barriefield.

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View! View! View! Enjoy spectacular Lake Ontario views from all windows of this spacious 3 bedroom, south facing waterfront condominium located in historic Portsmouth Village. The sunsets from the solarium are stunning. This freshly painted condo is move in ready. Large master bedroom has walk in closet & ensuite bathroom with shower. 3rd bedroom opens into the living room to serve as a formal dining room or den. Recently updated main bathroom and kitchen. This is your opportunity! MLSÂŽ 13601758

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745 INDIAN LAKE RD - $299,900

Your tranquility awaits you in this 7 year old 4 season cottage/home nestled in the trees on Indian lake. This 2 bedroom, 1 full bathroom with a 8’x14’ bunkie that’s perfect for the kids or guest. Features include steel roof, stucco exterior, gas fireplace, cherry laminate kitchen cabinets, open concept living area, wrap around deck, stone patio, paved municipal road to your door step. The list goes on so call today to set up your personal viewing and enjoy the summer in this maintenance free waterfront property. MLS

1084 HICKORYWOOD CRESCENT - $207,900

Your new property awaits you in this well maintained 3 bedroom 1.5 bathroom home. Enjoy your time with the family in the large open concept living and dinning area with patio doors leading to a two tier deck with a fully fenced yard. This home is conveniently located minutes to the 401 and all amenities. Call today for your personal viewing. MLS 13603883.

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Located in Parkside Estates sits this better then new 2 bedroom home on a quiet street. You will be impressed as soon as you walk down the over sized hallway to the open concept living room and custom kitchen with granite counter tops. Features include imported non-allergenic carpet, ceramic tile, 9’ ceilings, c/a, fully finished basement and a fully enclosed hot tub you can enjoy year round. MLS 13604703

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Location, location, location! steps away from the park and lake Ontario. South of Front Road backing onto R.G Sinclair P.S. sits this updated 3 bedroom semi detached evaluated bungalow. You will be impressed as soon as you walk in to see brand new hardwood floors throughout main level, freshly painted walls, as well as all new trim and doors thoughout. Backyard is fenced and features an oversized deck. MLS 13604241.

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