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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
Warm welcome for Olympian PECI grad guides Brian Price brings silver home to Ameliasburgh
instrument on Mars rover
Boyd helped design APXS to study composition of planet’s surface
Jazz festival has best year in terms of ticket sales, events Page 3
Dukes can’t find net in preseason opening loss Page 19
PeCi basketball teams tuning up in open gym sessions Page 29
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In the eyes of the general and objective sporting public, Brian Price's silver olympic medal he won in London earlier this month is less than the gold he gained four years ago at the Beijing Games. But try telling the Ameliasburgh native that and you will likely get a contradictory response. The coxswain of the men's eight rowing team that staged a dramatic comeback to claim the silver medal over the fading Great Britain entry this past month was at his old stomping grounds Wednesday at a reception at the Ameliasburgh Town Hall. Over 250 people showed up to greet Price, check out his silver medal and speak to the 36-year-old who beat leukemia as a youth and went on to be one of Canada's most decorated coxswains. After his 2008 triumph, it took Price almost a year to come back home from his current residence in Victoria. This time, the turn around was much quicker. “A day and a half after taking part in the closing ceremonies, I was back in Prince Edward County so it was definitely on people minds a little more (than in 2009) and to go from seeing medals on TV to seeing one in your hands I'm sure had a pretty big impact,” Price told
adam BramBurger Staff writer
The silver lining Ameliasburgh native Brian Price brought his olympic silver medal home Wednesday, showing it off to family, friends and fans at the Ameliasburgh Town Hall. (Jason Parks/Gazette staff) the Gazette. When asked about the lineup stretching outside and around Ameliasburgh Town Hall Wednesday night, Price said it was awe-
some to see so many of his family, friends, former neighbours and proud north county residents.
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Norton bronzed twice at national meet Track star reaches Legion podium in 100 m, long jump Jason Parks
Prince Edward County's Cole Norton is returning from Prince Edward Island a little heavier than when he arrived last week. The track and field standout who starred for PECI this past track season had a great showing at the Athletics Canada-organized Royal Canadian Legion Youth Track and Field Championships in Prince Edward Island last weekend, picking up bronze medals in the
The Bronze Boy Picton’s Cole Norton was a double bronze winner at last weekend’s Legion Youth Track and Field Championships in PEI, placing third in the 100m and long jump events. (Submitted photo) midget boys 100-metre sprint and the long jump. The four-day athletics championship held at the UPEI track and field facili-
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Now that the Mars rover Curiosity has successfully landed on the surface of the red plant, a PECI graduate will have a hand in deciding where it goes and what it discovers. Sophiasburgh native Nick Boyd is a part of a team at the University of Guelph that built one of 10 scientific instruments on board the rover, one known as the Alpha Particle X-Ray Spectrometer (APXS), an all-Canadian contribution to the NASA-led mission. Boyd explains that the instrument sits on the end of the rover's arm and when it is placed in contact with a rock or soil target, it maps particles and radiation to help scientists discover the elemental composition of what they are looking at — an valuable piece in discovering whether Mars could have supported life and what capabilities it has for future exploration. "These data form an important piece of the puzzle on their own, but they are also used tactically when planning the rover's actions to decide whether or not to do a further analysis of a given target by the big analytical instruments in the rover belly," said Boyd. Not only did Boyd help build the instrument over a six-year period as part of a team led by physicist Ralf Gellert at Guelph, he is also the operations lead on the project, which means he is responsible for the day-today tactical operations of the instrument on the Mars surface. "For the APXS, while operating on Mars, there are a couple roles that need to be staffed each day," he said. "I often fill those roles myself, but also I am responsible to train other science team members for them. The operations process is very complex and interesting." Basically, Body said the team collects the data trans-
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mitted by the instrument, analyzes it and then passes it on to the Mars Science Laboratory team, which decides what the rover should do. Once that team makes its plan, it passes along its required usage for the APXS and Boyd's team (stationed in California) writes the command sequences to follow through with the plan. Finally, the sequences are transferred along with those for the other instruments to Curiosity. Boyd said recently, his team received the first data back from the instrument. Following a Nov. 26 launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, it landed on Mars Aug. 6. "Just a couple days ago, we received the very first data back from Mars to tell us the instrument still works after the rocket launch, hundreds of millions of kilometres flying through space and that completely amazing landing — it was a great day for us," he said. After a few months of working on the project, Boyd said his team will return to their respective laboratories to continue working remotely by phone and Internet. There is a special operations centre set up at the University of Guelph or that purpose. Boyd said such an amazing opportunity came almost by chance for him.
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
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Washroom funding proposal approved Council backs library’s bid for funding for new public facilities Chad Ibbotson
Councillors have given their approval to an application for funding which could bring improved public washroom facilities to downtown Picton. County of Prince Edward Public Library and Archives CEO Barbara Sweet brought the request to committee of the whole last Thursday, asking for permission from council to apply to the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund for funding that would go toward improved washrooms at the Picton branch. While the request will still have to be approved at council on Aug. 28, the majority of councillors stood behind the library board's plan to upgrade public accessibility to the branch's washrooms. Sweet said the plan would allow washrooms to be accessible from the outside at the rear of the library even when the library is closed. The washrooms would be located at the east side of the building and would be accessible though the alley next to the Regent Theatre. Increase signage would also be put in place so residents and visitors know they are there. “The library already functions as a site of public washrooms in the downtown core,” she said. Sweet said the washrooms would be added to the rear of the building, housed within a small addi-
tion. Though there would be a rear entrance, Sweet said that entrance would be opened only when the library is closed and would be operated on a timed locking system. She said the bookstore area of the basement would also be renovated to allow for bigger and better washrooms. “The current washrooms in the library are located at the centre of the lower level. We really went with a location that would gain floor space and improve sight lines,” Sweet said. She said she doesn't know when the current washrooms were built, but at that time the lower level of the library wasn't used as much as it is now. “It really means that the two public washrooms, that are located off a very narrow hallway, are a hazard as the doors open into this narrow hallway and people are regularly walking through it,” she said. She said another concern is that the washrooms don't have enough space to contain a change table, which is especially of concern because the library has dramatically increased programs for young families in recent years. Sweet said the library board was seeking only approval to apply for the funding and wouldn't be seeking any municipal dollars for the project. She said the library had recently received a couple of bequests, one of which would be enough to cover the library's share of the cost for the project. She said the bequest had been slated for programming, but had been repurposed by the board. “The total budget for the
project is going to be approximately $90,000. The terms of the grant requires that council, as owners of the building, gives the library board permission to apply to this fund,” she said. She said ongoing costs to maintain the washrooms are already being covered by the library board and she didn't expect there to be a significant increase in those costs once the new washrooms are established. Sweet said the library has already been in contact with the municipality's heritage committee as well as the accessibility committee and planning department. Although all the details as far as events and when the washrooms would be available or managed had not yet been figured out, councillor Brian Marisett supported the the library's initiative. “You can't always figure these things out ahead of time entirely. Sometimes you need to work on a process as far as how it's managed to see how it works,” he said. Councillor Jamie Forrester acknowledged the need for more public washrooms in downtown Picton, but said the municipality should be looking to do something on a grander scale. “Maybe not necessarily in that location, but something close by that would allow it to be open all the time instead of just library hours and special events,” Forrester said. Sweet said if the municipality finds the washrooms need to be open more hours that can be negotiated if and when the washrooms are constructed.
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
JAmmin’ From left, Guido Basso (flugelhorn), Russ Little (trombone), Steve Wallace (bass) and Brian Barlow (drums) entertain the audience at the Barley Days Jazz Barbecue held at The Waring House last Wednesday.. The setting provided for a more intimate experience than shows on the big stage at the Regent Theatre. (Gilles Robert/PEC Jazz Festival)
Jazz festival enjoys best season yet Ticket sales, free shows both up AdAm BrAmBurger Staff writer
While improvisation has a deep-rooted tradition in jazz music, Prince Edward County Jazz Festival chair Brian Barlow isn’t about to let it spill over to planning. Again this past week, the festival organizers stuck to what they know and that’s putting on a festival that focuses on jazz music first and foremost. “In terms of tickets sold it was our best year yet,” said Barlow. “We’re also maintaining a large number of free events. All day Saturday or Sunday, you could see free jazz music all across the
county.” Barlow said he felt the festival reached another level this year with strong performances not just at the Regent Theatre, but also at venues throughout the county. He said the end product is the result of a dedicated group of volunteers who find ways to make the show work, even with the logistics of bringing in bigger acts from the United States to perform. According to Barlow, many people don’t think about logistics like the tax situation of the performers playing in another country, not to mention the normal accommodations like transportation, lodging, and support within the venues. “A lot of people went
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Former foster parent sentenced to nine years, released pending appeal Accused maintains the incidents leading to his conviction on sex-related charges were fabricated by two victims AdAm BrAmBurgEr STAff wRITER
Despite receiving a nineyear prison sentence for the sexual abuse of two girls in his care as a foster parent, a 71-year-old county man is free on bail while appealing
the guilty verdict. The man, who cannot be named due to a publication ban protecting the identity of his accusers, was taken out of Picton court by police Friday morning after Justice Jennifer Blishen
handed down sentencing following a jury finding of guilt on six charges June 6 following a 15-day trial. The man was sentenced to three years concurrently for charges of sexual interference, invitation to sexual touching, and sexual assault in relation to incidents involving a nine-year-old girl over a one-year term, ranging from genital touching to oral sex. He was also sentenced to six years served concurrently on similar charges for incidents taking place over a five-year period involving a girl who was placed in his foster home at age 10, escalating to sexual intercourse several times a week. Blishen noted the Crown had called for a sentence of between 10-12 years of jail time, while the defence's submission called for sixto-seven years. She cited three separate cases dating from 2000 to 2011, each involving sexual abuse involving minors and listed
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Blishen said it would be difficult to predict the potential long-term harm of the accused's actions, but noted the victim's impact statements painted a grim picture. One of the girls wrote that she didn't think anything a judge or anybody could do would make her feel safe and that she has never trusted men and never been able to have a boyfriend. The other said she has difficulty being able to talk about what she has endeared with loved ones and she said to the accused "I hope every moment you have left of your life, you regret what you have done to us." The judge also read from the presentencing reports that the accused — who, during trial, claimed to not be able to perform some of the acts due to prostate surgery in 1995 — appears to blame the victims and maintain the acts are a product of fabrication. She said the parole officer authoring the report also suggested the man was "less than an ideal candidate for rehabilitation." Earlier, the man had indicated he intended to appeal his conviction. On Wednesday, officials with the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed for the Gazette that he had been granted bail by the court Friday pending the appeal. In June, the jury also found the man not guilty in relation to accusations made by a third girl who had been placed in one of his foster homes.
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Price not likely to compete in 2016
“I had no idea the response would have been this big,” he said. “I was blown away and I started feeling bad for the people waiting over an hour but I had absolutely no problem sharing my time the medal with them.” One of the people Price shared the medal with was Grace Vandevelde. The Kente school student said her parents went to school with Price and she was glad she stopped by to greet the Olympic Champion and check out his latest medal. “It's surprisingly heavy,” the Rednersville road resident said. It's also quite likely the last Olympic medal Price will win. After being drawn back into the boat in 2010, Price watched as the team developed before his eyes. “I came back in and I knew this was going to be a rebuild. I looked around and saw that there was talent in the boat. At this point in my career, I'm not going to the Games just to go. I'm going to win medals, that's the only reason,” Price said. The crew had some podium finishes in the races leading up the 2012 games and even set a world record in a World Cup heat and Price could see they were slowly getting better “mentally, physically and technically leading up to and at the Olympic Regatta.” In their sights in the finals was the Great Britain entry. The juggernaut Germans hadn't lost a finals race in over three years, so upsetting that crew would prove to be impossible but the Canadians knew Britain could be had. “Those guys were on home turf and the crowd was going berserk for them,” Price said. “For us to be able to beat them there, I was elated and happy for myself, my guys, my family and all Canadians.” It was mission accomplished for Price who admits he came back partly to satiate his own ego. “I had done it with a very experienced group, a group that I had grown up with and that was best in the world. We were expected to win and we did,” he said. “Now, I wanted to see how good I could be.” And if he could help lead the upstart crew which featured just two remaining members of the 2008 squad while adding to his Olympic total, even better. “It felt like this younger group had the talent and if I could offer them just a little bit of experience here and there and deliver my best race, that could get them up on the podium or higher on the podium,” he added. However, Price's coaxing in London was the quite likely the last of his Olympic career. “I don't see myself in Rio in 2016. It's time to move on and let some one else try,” Price said, adding he was hopeful he and his wife Robbi would be moving back from their Victoria home soon and to live in Ontario nearer to the couple's families. “I don't want to abandon the sport completely and there's a couple of kids have the talent to be coxswains but I would like to transition out of the sport and give back a little bit,” he said.
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making music Colleen Allen, on the saxophone and Bram Gielen, on bass, entertain a full house at the Glenwood Chapel in one of many satellite performances as part of the jazz festival weekend. (Adam Bramburger/Gazette staff)
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Louis Hayes is a legendary drummer and he brought with him some of the hottest musicians in New York,” Barlow said. “You can’t see a lot of them anywhere outside of New York or the big cities, and certainly not for $38 a ticket.” Barlow said they make an exception for Prince Edward County because the focus remains on jazz, not on other types of music like blues or funk. “Winemakers wouldn’t go to a beer festival,” he said. “More real jazz musicians are asking about coming here all the time, there’s a feeling that this festival is special. It’s the
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doesn’t have any major growth planned, however it would like to increase its work with you each year, starting with keeping the young people already involved with the festival. “We feel its very important to bring those people back,” he said. “Bram Gielen, our first rising youmg star, has played every year for seven years now. We’ll keep track of (current rising young star) Claire(Devlin) and we’ll hope to bring her back.” Devlin was also part of a Nepean band participating in the TD jazz education program this spring. Barlow also said outstanding support from some longtime sponsors in the county has been a key to the event.
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY
Looking back in the
Picton Gazette 80 years ago — 1932
■ An outbreak of infantile paralysis (polio) in Prince Edward County engaged the attention of physicians. Several cases had been reported in Cressy. The disease reportedly started with a headache and vomiting, followed by spinal pain and an inability to bend forward. Doctors had a serum available to battle the spread of the dreaded disease. ■ Ontario’s premier and several delegates from across the province were present for the official opening of a new stretch of highway from Actinolite to Perth, completing Hwy 7 and providing another route between Toronto and Ottawa. ■ The United Empire Loyalists Association was planning to have a booth for the first time at the Canadian National Exhibition. The booth was to feature photographs, books, and articles related to the history of the Loyalists in Canada.
50 years ago — 1962
■ Members of the Ameliasburgh Township council were hoping to meet with their colleagues in Hillier about rebuilding the Consecon dam, with each municipality paying 50 per cent of the estimated $1,000 task. ■ The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association brought delegates from around the world together in Picton to enjoy the local sights. Ernest Ockercke, the speaker of the house for East Nigeria was among those travelling the farthest to take part in the tour activities. ■ A bus load of 37 Prince Edward County Junior Farmers took a guided tour of Middlesex County, near London. Among the highlights on the tour were the grounds of the University of Western Ontario and Storybook Gardens.
30 years ago — 1982
■ Following a 40-year hiatus, the Ameliasburgh Fair was to reopen in October with a big parade through the village. Fair board president Bob Bell called the two-day fair a new venture, which organizers hoped would be successful. A wide variety of exhibits had already been planned for the event. ■ Mike Sheba led the Gazette on a tour of his own island — the property his castlelike home had been situated on since 1974 — which he separated from the mainly by digging a moat to distinguish the island from the mainland. ■ About 2,800 county residents were expected to see weekend mail delivery halt as Canada Post decided to stop rural delivery on Saturdays. The costcutting measure was expected to save $4 million in 1982 and help Canada Post counter its deficit. The move drew criticism from several residents and trade organizations, including the Canadian Federation of Agriculture.
10 years ago — 2002
■ Ameliasburgh councillor Bill Barber suggested it was time for the County to provide e-mail addresses for each councillor to try to reduce paper usage at Shire Hall. During the same meeting, Barber also advocated for the County to make high-speed communication a priority for economic development. ■ Several local naturalist groups called on council to seek more studies about bird fatality before supporting Vision Quest Windelectric Inc’s turbine plan.
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Massassauga Point a changed place thanks to Friends Visitors who walk the groomed trails at Massassauga Point Conservation Area today, cannot begin to imagine the troubles this popular 65acre parkland suffered only two decades earlier. Purchased by the Prince Edward Region Conservation Authority (now Quinte Conservation) in 1971, the peninsula that juts into the Bay of Quinte, just southeast of Belleville, was suddenly witnessing a new breed of visitors. Massassauga Point always has been a popular destination. In the late 1800s, a huge, threestorey hotel was located here, and historic photos depict throngs of visitors, most of them arriving by either paddlewheel steamers or horse and buggy. As a conservation area in the 1970s, it joined a dozen others around Prince Edward County, sites where visitors could recreate and go for leisurely strolls. However, word soon spread during subsequent years that Massassauga, due to its remoteness, was also an ideal destination for party goers. Bonfires from noisy bush parties glared well into the night most holiday weekends. Broken beer bottles, strewn garbage and profanity replaced lively church picnics, ice cream, and family outings. No longer as remote as it once was, new waterfront home owners became concerned about the proximity of the unsavoury activity. They worried about fire in this bur oak savannah where flammable red cedars and tinder dry grass combined to create a disaster just waiting to happen. Local residents and former visitors and hikers were outraged. They were determined to take Massassauga Point back. In 1990, the Friends of Massassauga Point was formed to share some of the financial bur-
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den and maintenance responsibilities through fundraisers and volunteer cooperation. Just two years later, The Friends were recognized as “Conservationists of the Year” by the local conservation authority for their on-going efforts. Longtime member, Olive Root of Belleville, says, “Much of the revenue raised was used to increase police surveillance and it wasn’t long before the partying element got the message that they were not welcome at Massassauga.” In addition to funding the installation of gates, picnic tables, benches and signage, the ambitious group more recently installed a 14-metre high osprey platform and were also instrumental in efforts to restore the rare bur oak savannah. Further work by this group and the increased visitation by naturalists and biologists have revealed much about the conservation area’s special attributes. It is a bur oak savannah, quite simply, an ecosystem comprising two key layers – an overstorey of primarily opengrown oak trees, and a ground cover composed of grasses, sedges and wildflowers. But, it is in trouble. This rare habitat is
being choked out by invasive European buckthorn and red cedar. Some restoration work has been under way to correct that. During the restoration, bonsai type red cedars with trunks barely the size of a person’s arm, were found that were aged at more than 130 years! A few bur oaks on the property are 175 years old, while the shagbark hickory can claim 150 years. Alvar species like prairie smoke, early saxifrage, early buttercup, and Houstonia were discovered. It is probably the only spot in the Quinte area where the uncommon white trout lily actually out populates the more familiar yellow trout lily. There is a specimen of Deem’s oak, a hybrid between Chinquapin oak and bur oak. There is shoreline, alvars, historic foundations, and an old rock quarry, dating back to 1914. Gone, of course, are the night time cruises, the dancing and the merry-go-round of early days. In their places are benches, a picnic shelter, new signage, and a large rock and tree, bearing a plaque in memory of Joe Eberwein, a staunch supporter of the Friends’ efforts. The crown jewel though is the network of groomed hiking trails – four kilometres of them – that allow visitors to enjoy this conservation area the way it was meant to be enjoyed. They access an open alvar, the savannah, the shoreline, the old Hickory Nut Plains, the hotel site, the unique wildflowers and the occasional mysterious foundation long since surrendered to encroaching vegetation. It is perhaps the only conservation area in the Quinte region that has a modern garbage receptacle. Unlike garbage barrels that were indiscriminately used and had to be pulled out of all
other conservation areas several years ago, the modern receptacle at Massassauga does not get stuffed full of household garbage, and we can attribute this to Masssassauga’s users, who now respect and care for this special corner of Prince Edward County. We can also thank the Friends of Massassauga for their efforts in returning this conservation area to responsible users. Current president Brian Credico who lives just a stone’s throw from the conservation area, is the man behind the informative website which can be found at: www.fom.quinteconservation.ca . On it, you will find more about the conservation area’s special attributes, notes on the history of the area, a selection of photos, information on their projects, and a detailed map of the trail system. Visitors can find also find information about the area in a brochure holder at the parking lot. Secretary/treasurer Olive Root says that membership is only $10 and can be obtained from The Friends of Massassauga Point, Box 2016, Belleville, Ontario K8P 1P0, or e-mail: FriendsOfMassassauga@gmail.com . One of the ambitions of the Friends in this electronic age is encouraging all members, whether new or existing, to provide their e-mail address so the newsletter can now be sent electronically and more efficiently, allowing dollars to be directed to even more improvements in the conservation area. For more information on today’s topic, please e-mail email@example.com or phone 613-476-5072. For more information on nature in the Quinte area, be sure to check out www.naturestuff.net .
County Youth Park property damaged by vandals overnight
County employees arrived for work Tuesday morning to find substantial damage done to the County Youth Park overnight. The workers reported to police that two young trees
were damaged, a downspout from an eavestrough was torn off the building, and vending machine was damaged some time in the night. Since its inception, the skate
park had been an area where youth have frowned upon seeing property defaced, even to the point of not having graffiti in the park like other area parks. Anyone with information
on the crime is asked to call the Prince Edward OPP at 613-4762151 or Crime Stoppers at 1800-222-8477. -Staff
EDITORIALS The Picton Gazette
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
‘Frankly, I don't expect anything to come up. The approval with go through regardless, but we're on the record as having raised the issues.’ -P rInce e dward c ounTy commIssIoner oF engIneerIng , develoPmenT, and works r oberT m c a ulay on The lIkelIhood oF The ProvInce resPondIng To The munIcIPalITy ’ s concerns regardIng currenT PolIcIes regardIng green energy In o nTarIo .
ImpressIve optIcs Magician Jean Deshaies, of Quebec City, pulls off an illusion that he has Felix Bailey suspended in air during a show at the Picton Town Hall Saturday hosted by the Prince Edward County Library. A full house watched Deshaies’ blend of tricks and comedy for nearly an hour. (Adam Bramburger/Gazette staff)
Councillors wise to wait, rather than commit to project
SELDOM in life is anything free, even if it has been advertised as such and it seems like a good deal at the time it is presented to the consumer. At first glance, applications to the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund appear to be offering free money to the tune of 50 per cent of spending on approved projects. This week, councillors decided that free money wasn’t worth taking if they didn’t know which strings were attached to it in terms of spending and in terms of divesting properties to free up money for projects. Though we can appreciate councillor Brian Marisett’s statement that most of the projects council was asked to consider are ones that are going to come back to the table at some point, likely for the full price tag — if not one inflated as is often the case when one waits on projects of this magnitude — at the end of the day, any direction to nominate a project for consideration would effectively commit the municipality to move forward on that project on a timeline it would not control. For a municipality that has shown a desperate need to rebuild its reserves, while financing major spending projects such as the Wellington recreation centre and Picton wastewater plant — both products of multi-level infrastructure spending — it doesn’t appear wise for the municipality to rush into more spending, particularly if it doesn’t have one pressing project and if it doesn’t know how it is going to pay for that spending. Also, since it is reasonable to presume those needs have been identified for some time, it is also reasonable to presume that staff has already worked them into its long-range plan, which includes finding ways to reduce duplication and eliminate debt. Also, there is potential that other funds will become available down the road when the County finds itself in a better position to commit, having already divested itself of surplus properties and examined all budget belt-tightening exercises. To us, it would appear that councillors have made the right decision in this regard, particularly following the tough budget sessions that have taken place during this term and the ever-rising costs that council cannot control, such as fuel, insurance, and charges for service dictated by outside agencies. Meanwhile, there may be a lingering sense of missed opportunity that had the municipality already determined where it was going to find the money without taking on debt financing, there may be a chance that a project like new Millennium Trail bridges, a seawall in Wellington, or repairs to the historic landmark Crystal Palace might be more easily within reach with external funds helping to pay some of the ticket. That’s a natural feeling. Given that sentiment, it would behoove staff and councillors to continue talking about drastic decisions, while involving the public throughout the process. If there are opportunities, now is the time to proceed. It will pay off the next time an intriguing deal falls into their laps.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
Archives provide valuable resource for local historians
Part of the County of Prince Edward Public Library, The County of Prince Edward Archives is a valuable resource for those interested in any aspect of local history. The mandate of the Archives is to collect and preserve printed material having any relevance to the history of Prince Edward County. As such, Archives staff continually seek historical documents including journals, official papers, photographs and newspapers. One of the many assets of the Archives, is its collection of Gazette newspapers, the independent and locally owned paper that began publication as a weekly in 1836. Understandably, much county history can be found in the texts and images of this longstanding newspaper. The Archives is fortunate to have many years of the paper preserved on microfilm as well as paper copies. There are, however, gaps in the collection, specifically in editions from the 1970s. The Archives encourages anyone with copies of the Gazette from those years to contact them. The owners could, of course, keep the originals if they would like, but the Archives would like to preserve the information they contain through scanning. Additionally, the Archives would like to invite anyone with historical photos or documents that are relevant to the history of the County to bring the items in to have them scanned. Historical document preservation through scanning and digitizing is the best way to preserve paper documents and allow access to these from anywhere in the world through the Internet. The Archives was fortunate to receive a federal grant in 2010 from the Library Strategic Development Fund to purchase a database with web capability. As a result, to date over 4000 files have been converted to the database and these are available for viewing online from the library web site or directly at www.pecminisisinc.com “Regrettably, the grant will run out in October,” says Archives manager Krista Richardson, “but we are committed to continuing the work and will be fundraising to help in doing so.” One of the fundraising ideas in the works is a graveyard tour, the details of which are being developed. In addition to collecting and digitizing the acquisitions at the Archives, a great deal of work is dedicated to serving the public and researching inquiries.
THROWING A GOOD PARTY IN HILLIER The Picton Gazette
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“We have requests for genealogical information, as well as house and property history,” explains Richardson, “and many inquiries about locations such as Camp Picton, and events, even including sporting events from long ago.” Inquiries come from the area, but many are from people who live outside the region and the Archives is especially busy in the summer with tourists interested in learning about the area or of some long lost relative who once lived here. “We have had inquires sent to us from as far away as Iceland and New Zealand,” says Richardson. Genealogy is an increasingly popular interest. Frequently the Archives helps guide people searching for details to develop family trees. “Many people are not aware that they can also access the leading online genealogy resource at any branch of the library,” says Richardson, “not only at the Archives.” Ancestry.com’s library edition is available for free to anyone at any of the County of Prince Edward Public Library’s six branches. The library is offering a free Introduction to Ancestry Library Edition at the Consecon branch of the library on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10:30 a.m. to noon. For more information please contact Liz at email@example.com or call 613-476-5962 ext. 30. For additional information about the County of Prince Edward Archives or to book an appointment to speak with the Archives manager to discuss an inquiry, call 613-3992023 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org The Archives are located adjacent to the Wellington branch of the library at 261 Main Street in Wellington.
Scanning County of Prince Edward Archives assistant Kelly Taylor, left, and manager Krista Richardson, right, work on scanning some documents to add to their extensive collection, housed in Wellington. (Submitted photo)
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
There was plenty of fun to be had at the annual Hillier Fun Day at Jack Taylor Park. Clockwise from top, Ella James tried the toilet paper toss as volunteer Lynda Haight looked on; OPP Auxiliary constable Rick Campbell timed the speed of Alexa Proulx’s pitch; Olivia Adlam was a serious contender in the Come Alive Outside bubble blowing contest, and Justin Arnold tried his hand with the hula hoop. (Adam Bramburger/Gazette staff)
Strength in community best way to address challenges
in response to: Looking for the meat and potatoes (Aug. 16, 2012): Yes, the world is full of sleepiness and denial when it comes to the daily crises in our world today, even though we are saturated with images of climate disasters, financial train wrecks, collapse of institutions, downfalls of titans etc - signs that collapse is in our face. It is human nature to believe it won't happen to us, that "they" will fix "it" in time. But there is no magic "they." Never has been, never will be. We do need to wake up.
However, when (and "if" for the doubters) crises directly affect us - be it financial, food, fuel or weather - who will we be surviving with? who will we be sharing with? supporting, and being supported by, in return? Our neighbours and our community, the people we live beside and near, will be the ones we will turn to, those same people we read about in our local papers where the strength and soul of our community is weekly demonstrated: raising amazing amounts of money for local causes, the emo-
tional support we give to each other (witness the surprise parade to raise Brenda McQuaid's spirits), community meals, the ongoing celebrations of the arts, creativity, and sports. Surviving within community is key to Transition Prince Edward County. TPEC organizes workshops, brings in speakers, to raise consciousness and share skills leading to resilience and sustainability in these difficult times. Fall events are now on our site www.transitionpec.ca and include the internationally renowned speaker Andrew Harvey
(Nov 5), who will speak passionately of the necessity to do something in your community, responding to what breaks your heart, as well as inner work. Both are important, but must be practised together. Prince Edward County has a long history of sticking together in times of crisis, and every time I open a local paper I am reassured of our strong community spirit. Roz Bound Co-chair Transition PEC
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
County will not seek infrastructure funds Councillors decide municipal cost for new projects too high Chad Ibbotson
With several project applications to the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund (CIIF) to pick from at last week's committee-of-thewhole meeting, councillors chose none of the above. Although the CIIF would provide up to 50 per cent of project costs up to a maximum of $1 million, committee of the whole decided that the cost of the municipal share of the projects was too much. Staff suggested the municipality's contribution to the projects could come from the sale of surplus properties, but many councillors felt that money was better spent other ways such as paying down the County's current debt. With several big ticket projects — like Crystal Palace repairs (estimated at $570,000), Millennium Trail bridge repairs (estimated at $277,500), and Wellington Main Street Park seawall rehabilitation (estimated at $94,000) or replacement (estimated at $175,250) — on the list the committee decided against submitting any funding application. Several councillors found
it difficult to make a choice on what project to support without knowing in advance what properties might be sold to pay for the municipality's share. Among them was councillor Bev Campbell. “We're talking about our share ranging from $63,000 to $380,000,” she said. Campbell said in order to take advantage of the funding opportunity it appeared to her the municipality would have to go further into debt. “We have not identified a source of revenue other than the sale of properties, which are not identified as of yet. We don't know what they will be, whether we're prepared to sell that particular property or what it's going to generate,” she said. Councillor Terry Shortt shared the concern. “We're speculating here,” he said. Shortt said without knowing ahead of time what properties would be sold they would only be guessing when talking about what properties might be sold and how much the municipality would get in return. Shortt said if the municipality applied and was awarded the grant, but was unable to
secure its share of the funding, it would reflect poorly on the County. “I hate speculating and I wouldn't want to put any more pressure on the tax base and increase our debt load by not having those funds available,” he said. Mayor Peter Mertens also didn't support submitting applications to the CIIF at this time. He also didn't support the suggested municipal funding source in the sale of properties. “At this point we have a whole host of financial issues we're trying to deal with and have to deal with,” he said. “There are probably better places to use that money at this point such as, as councillor Shortt pointed out, to reduce some of our debt or replacing some of the priorities that we sought in the budget.” A report presented to the committee last week outlined each of the proposed projects. The most expensive, the Crystal Palace repair, would include replacing windows, siding, eaves trough, new exhaust fans and louvers and repairs to the foundation in the centre of the building.
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PECMH AUXILIARY - Second Time Around Shop - bag sale all summer items Aug 27-Sept 8 grocery $5/garbage $10. Shoes/bag/summer clothes 1/2 price sale Aug 20-25.
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AUG 23 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS - 6pm 5 James Ave Picton off Lake St accessible for people affected with a weight problem. WHATTAM'S is proud to pres- 476-0351/476-3949. ent....'Free Family Movie Day' at the Regent Theatre the last Sunday of AUG 23 - QUARTER MOON each month 2pm. Aug 26 movie is COFFEE HOSUE/OPEN STAGE Madagascar 3....Enjoy! 7:30pm Bloomfield Town Hall. Amateurs & pros all ages welcome. ROTARY CASH CALENDER Admission free donations accepted at WINNERS for July 25-Aug 6 Bob door. Pearcey, Peggy Neil, Denise Purtelle, AUG 24 - ALATEEN - ages 12-19 John Rhode, Jackie Soorsma, Chris affected by someones drinking each McKinley, Christine Stein, Terry Fri 7:30pm St Mary Magdalene Hierilhy, Betty Evans, Pam Clarke. Parish Hall. 866-951-3711. Congratulations. AUG 25 - PECCS Sprinkler Party MACAULAY CEMETERY/ Time 10am-noon bring bathing suit, COUNTY GAOL/ GLENWOOD sunscreen, towel & hot. 476-8142. CEMETERY - Gallows & Graveyards Walking Tours 6:30pm Fri/Sat AUG 25 - BLOOMFIELD UNTD July & Aug. $10/person or $25/fami- CHURCH - Annual AOTS Pulled ly thro Regent Theatre 476-8416. pork and corn roast dinner 4-7pm. $13 person, children up to 7yrs $5. PICTON FOOD BANK in need canned fruit/veggies/cereals/kraft din- AUG 27 - CANADIAN BLOOD ner/ cookies/ juice crystals/peanut SERVICES - Blood Donor Clinic at butter/tuna. Prince Edward Community Centre (Picton Arena) 2-8pm. All blood PEC ARTS COUNCIL - Dance Art types needed. in Motion 1st & 3rd Tues 6-8pm St Mary Magdalene Parish Hall bring AUG 27 - WELLINGTON water bottle $5/class. All welcome. LIBRARY - Bridge 7pm downstairs Jutta 476-6095/Myrna 476-4008. all welcome.
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Chances are good that police officers and firefighters have likely seen more blood shed than most simply because their jobs put them at the scene of accidents as first responders. Once again this month, Canadian Blood Services is pulling together those community workers to do another turn at lifesaving by getting those people out to give blood to help supply emergency rooms like those at local hospitals through its Sirens For Life campaign. Next Monday, firefighters and OPP officers in the county will have their chance to take part in the campaign by registering to take part in a regular blood donor clinic at the Prince Edward Community Centre in Picton. If they have time to give, it is hoped others will follow suit. "It's quick and it's so easy," said Const. Kim Guthrie, the community services officer for the Prince Edward OPP detachment. "If I needed blood, I'd hope people would donate for me." Guthrie said people just need to think of recent incidents where emergency response was required and
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think about their impact on the blood supply. "Just think of the kid who was hit by a power boat this week in North Bay, how much blood would he have needed?" she said. According to Canadian Blood Services, it can take 50 units of blood to save a person in a car accident, which is equivalent to the life-saving gifts of 50 donors. Leukemia patients can need eight units per week also. Typically, clinics in Picton bring in about 144 units. "It's like paying it forward," said Canadian Blood Services community development co-ordinator Linda Mather. "This campaign is a type of rallying cry for emer-
gency services workers. They know the need for blood doesn't take a summer vacation, in fact, they know it more than most." The clinic is being seen as a final effort heading into the Labour Day weekend to ensure local police and fire bring in 100 units of blood as part of the campaign, which started July 1. Participants in the clinic or other blood donor clinics can register in support of Sirens For Life. Fire chief Scott Manlow said it has been an easy effort for his department to support. "Quite a few of our guys are participating on their own already. They already donate. All they have to do
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is sign up," he said. "It's being able to step up. There is a real need for blood and we have a good core group ready to donate it for a worthwhile cause." In addition to blood, the Sirens For Life effort is also taking samples on the One Match Stem Cell and Marrow Network with a particular emphasis on finding young, male registrants. As the campaign is expected to bring extra traffic to Monday's six-hour clinic, prospective donors are invited to go online at www.blood.ca or call 1-888236-6283 to book an appointment in advance or to learn about alternative clinics in the Quinte area.
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Prince Edward Community Care for Seniors offers Wii Bowling. There’s nothing like some friendly competition. The virtual bowling lanes located in the Activity Room of Community Care for Seniors in The Armoury, 206 Main Street, Picton, will be ready for action in September. To join in the fun or more information, call 613-476-7493.
Put on your walking shoes because Prince Edward Community Care for Seniors sponsors a walking program Monday to Friday at the Prince Edward Collegiate Institute in Picton
(wrapped up for the summer, will resume in October), at C.M.L. Snider School (also wrapped for the summer and will resume in October) and at the Wellington and District Community Centre in Wellington (runs all year), Participants must register in advance. This is a great opportunity for seniors and others to walk in a safe environment, meet new friends, and get needed exercise. Call The Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association at 613-476-7493 to register or for more information.
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Helmet fitting clinic an important part of bicycle rodeo at Hillier Fun Day Saturday Some children walk through obstacle course on foot just to learn more about rules of the road and signals they can use AdAm BrAmBurger
While the order of the day at the Jack Taylor Park Saturday was lighthearted amusement, there was a serious message to be taken. Somewhere between the dunk tank and the watermelon eating contest, the OPP and the Quinte Chapter of the Brain Injury Associa-
tion of Ontario were hosting a bike rodeo and helmet fitting seminar. Josh Furlonger was handing out helmets as a representative of the Brain Injury Association to anyone who needs them. He said one of the saddest things he sees in his job is parents who will fit their children, but not consider the importance of the item themselves.
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lighter more aerodynamic designs work road cycling, but harder, heavier helmets which extend further down the neck offer more protection for BMX or cyclecross types of activities. Furlonger also said an important part in preventing head injuries is ensuring that a bicycle helmet fits properly as it was designed to do. “The biggest thing we’ve been telling them is the 2-4-1 model,” he said. “Two fingers from your helmet to your eyebrows, four fingers making a V around the bot-
tom of your ears, and one finger under the strap beneath your chin.” Those measurements should help with strap adjustments to ensure the helmet fits snug on the head to prevent it from moving, offering protection from impacts on all sides. Furlonger also said in running the clinic Saturday, they came across a rider who had a cracked helmet and they offered him a new one to take home. He said some cracks and chips — even those to the paint — can impact upon the structure of the helmet, so he encouraged riders to regularly check their helmets for cracks, look for worn or frayed straps, and ensure the inner foam shell remains firm. When in doubt about a
helmet’s condition, riders could check with an expert or err on the side of caution. Meanwhile, OPP Const. Kim Guthrie and a pair of auxiliary officers were taking youth through an obstacle course and teaching them lessons about road signs and about the hand signs they should use when taking to the streets. Guthrie said she didn’t see a lot of children who brought their bikes to the fun day, but she still took the time to teach on the obstacle course. She said for many of the young people, she simply encouraged them to walk through the course and mimic the actions they would take if they were on a bicycle. Guthrie said she was pleased with their willingness to participate.
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“We’ll have a mom and dad come to make sure that their kids are safely outfitted, then they’ll ride off without a helmet on,” he said, adding the potential is there for anyone riding a bike to suffer a life-changing brain injury. Furlonger said that on Saturday, he didn’t have to give out a lot of helmets, but was pleased to provide information to a number of families about the proper fit for bicycle helmets and the different features they should look for when choosing different helmet styles —
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A lot of hard work paid off for the Friends of East Lake (FOEL) last week as the group celebrated the announcement of a $69,100 Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant that will go toward a shoreland management plan for East Lake. Prince Edward-Hastings MPP Todd Smith along with Ontario Trillium Foundation representative Sandie Sidsworth presented the grant on Aug. 15 during a short ceremony at Cherry Valley Lion's Memorial Park. The grant makes the shoreland management plan possible. The two-year study aims to guide external factors that could affect the long-term health of East Lake and mitigate them. The plan will include proposed policies for the municipality's official plan and will recommend stewardship programs. Quinte Conservation and the municipality will collaborate to carry out the project with the municipality offering knowledge of planning to incorporate recommendations while Quinte Conservation will provide their scientific expertise. Cottage Advisors of Canada has agree to match the funds to conduct the study as a result of a negotiated settlement with FOEL following a Ontario Municipal Board challenge. FOEL president Linda Cole said the grant was made possible by the hard work of the group's membership â€” especially FOEL vice president Carolyn Barton. â€œIt's wonderful. I'm really proud of the membership and the county and Quinte Conservation for teaming with us to do this,â€? she said. She said it was exciting,
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Sandie Sidsworth, MPP Todd Smith and FOEL members Barbara Wyatt, Carolyn Barton and Linda Cole celebrate funding for a shoreland management plan. (Chad Ibbotson/Gazette staff)
but the event marked only the beginning of a two-tothree-year process of public input and planning. â€œIt's kind of like starting your first season in the NHL. You're not quite sure how it's going to come out,â€? she said. â€œWe're really happy about everything that's come up to this.â€? Cole said the best part about conducting the plan is that it can serve as a template for other lakes in the area with Quinte Conservation applying knowledge gained at East Lake to similar lakes across Hastings and Prince Edward counties. â€œThey can use our study here for their lakes, so it's a win win,â€? she said. Less than a month from now the study will kick off with an initial public meeting. The steering committee, comprising members of FOEL, Quinte Conservation, and the municipality, has set a Sept. 16 date at Athol Town Hall. â€œWe'll put together some
stakeholder groups being the businesses round the lake, the farmers and Ducks Unlimited and various groups like that,â€? she said. â€œThat makes them involved in the whole process. It's not just us that's doing it, it'll be the whole social fabric around the lake.â€? Smith applauded the group for their work and said it was great to see a project that will benefit the community by preserving the local ecosystem. â€œThe one thing that strikes me about Prince Edward County is the community involvement when it comes to protecting your lakes, your water sources and the land in general,â€? he said. He said groups like FOEL and the Friends of Wellers Bay do a lot of good work without added cost to municipalities. â€œWhen you're a municipal politician or you're a provincial politician like I am, it's great to have people who want to do things for
free because it's very expensive to provide these services,â€? he said. â€œI commend the Friends of East Lake.â€? Sidsworth said the Trillium Foundation looks to contribute to projects that have the potential to have a greater impact than the initial project outline. She said the possibility that East Lake's shoreland management plan could serve as a template for other lakes was an example of that. â€œWhen we put forward these grants for review, that's the connection we want to see,â€? said Sidsworth. â€œOne of the important pieces is that it was a grassroots process coming up so it's the local people impacted by local issues bringing forward something that has a broader connection and a broader meaning for the rest of the county.â€? FOEL will hold their annual general meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in Athol Town Hall. All are welcome to attend.
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Municipality calls for broader regulations FotoLight submission requests more local controls on green energy projects Chad Ibbotson
Committee of the whole has approved the submission of the municipal consultation comments to the Ministry of the Environment regarding the 10 MW solar project proposed for Chuckery Hill Road in Picton. Again councillors are seeking more provincial regulations for green energy projects. The Class 3 solar project proposed by FotoLight LP Co./SkyPower received a contract from Ontario Power Authority under the feed in tariff (FIT) program and as per the Green Energy Act the municipality submitted its list of matters to be addressed. Several of those matters were the same, or similar to, comments the municipality has made in the past regarding industrial wind projects. Comments included: A requirement for a predevelopment agreement between the proponent and the municipality for the recovery of municipal costs associated with project review, approval, construction, operation and decommissioning; a requirement for a traffic management plan to be developed by the proponent with the engineering, development and works department; and a requirement for an agreement between the municipality and the proponent for the identification of haul roads. In total 12 separate comments and suggestions were made. Items nine through 12 call for the province to develop new regulations for green energy projects. These include: A request for the province to develop a regulation requiring proponents to make an annual payment to the municipality in the amount of $7,500 per megawatt plus profit sharing based on a four per cent output plus annual cost of living, exclusive taxes and recovery of costs; a request for the province to require a decommissioning plan for green projects; a request that the province create a rehabilitation security fund to recover decommissioning costs in the event of a delinquent owner; and that the province require identification and mitigation measures to address the impact on the municipality's economy. While the municipality has made these requests in other green project submis-
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sions, they have yet to receive any feedback. Engineering, development and works commissioner Robert McAuley acknowledged at last week's meeting that the province has yet to respond. “We've had no response from the province on these comments,” he said. He said he didn't expect that to change this time around, but said the comments will be reinforced when the approval is posted on the province's environmental registry website. “The approval will be posted on the EBR and we'll reiterate those com-
ments. Frankly, I don't expect anything to come up. The approval with go through regardless, but we're on the record as having raised the issues,” McAuley said. The project will include the installation of approximately 30,000 to 100,000 ground-mounted solar panels on fixed racking system attached to steel supports. There will also be about 17 inverter units, a doublewalled transformer substation and two main access roads from Chuckery Hill Road along with interior gravel access roads for maintenance. The installation will be
walled inside a 2.7 metre high chain link fence, a locked gated entrance and barbed wire on top. Security lights near the entrance and a communications towner will be installed with site restoration and reclamation planned for as much of the project as possible. A building commencement date in the spring of 2013 is expected with the construction anticipated to create up to 100 local jobs for the duration a report submitted to committee of the whole says. Construction is expected to last six to nine months.
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
New film features boat racing’s first couple Lyons contributes research about Wilsons in Picton AdAm BrAmBurger
Another two legends from Picton’s powerboating past are about to be reintroduced to broader Canadian audiences this week. In Gravenhurst, tonight, the docudrama film Harold & Lorna, World Water Speed Champions will premiere as part of a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. “It’s expected to be one of the hottest tickets in the Muskokas this summer,” said local powerboat racing enthusiast and historian John Lyons, who has been invited to attend the event. The story features the tale of Harold and Lorna Wilson, the driver and engineer team behind the Miss Canada boats. The couple raced Canada’s first world champion boat in 1933 in the 225 class — a smaller class — then worked their way up to entering the first Canadian challenger for the Harmsworth Trophy races eventually won by Bob Hayward and the Miss Supertest team. “They were the first Canadian world champion powerboat racers,” said Lyons. “They were also the first male-female and husband-and-wife team.” Lyons actually played a large part in providing research for the film from the Wilsons’ racing years in the Picton area between 1936 and 1951. He heard Wilson’s son Harry was looking to make the film about his parents and saw it as a labour of love,
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much like his own quest to have Miss Supertest recognized on a Canada Post stamp last year. “There was an overlap in my research between Miss Canada and Miss Supertest — the Wilsons sold the last Miss Canada to the Thompsons and it became the first Miss Supertest — so I offered it to him for free,” he said. As Lyons learned more about the project, he learned about research deadlines and found himself compelled by the story. Eventually, he turned over a 300-page binder of newspaper clippings about the Wilsons in Picton as well as some other artifacts from his collection. “It represents about a whole year’s work,” he said. “They were thrilled to get all of this, they hadn’t seen any of it before.” Other highlights of the Wilsons’ time in Picton included their participation in the first sanctioned international race here in 1937, and a successful world speed record attempt in in 1949. Lyons said the Wilsons were also good ambassadors
for the community, always competing under the Prince Edward Yacht Club flag. Having seen a rough cut of the film, Lyons said it plays up the couple’s romance with powerboating as a backdrop, but he added there was also discussion about a historical documentary being released to accompany the project. Lyons said ultimately he hopes the films may make it to the Regent Theatre’s Cinefest screen and DVDS are slated to be ready by this Christmas. In a press release from Muskoka Film Works, the movie’s director W.A. Plumstead said it is time Canadians are reacquainted with these heres. “Twenty years of putting Canada on the map of international boat racing made them darlings of the American press and household names in their native country,” he said. “Six decades later, Harold and Lorna Wilson have nearly disappeared from the map of Canadian sports heroes. It’s time to redress this lapse.”
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Harvest dishes out healthy helpings of comedic timing and colourful banter Festival Players stages funny take on farm in transition AdAm BrAmBurger
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Dukes struggle to create offence in preseason opener Teams show little intensity as Cobourg skates to 4-1 win Tuesday Jason Parks
When it comes to junior hockey, the preseason is about finding out who can play and who can't. For the Wellington Dukes, that potential list is short on the former and long on the latter after a hohum 4-1 loss to the Cobourg Cougars on Tuesday night. The local Junior A squad opened up the exhibition portion of its schedule with a home loss in which it was pushed around, showed relatively little finish around the net and lacked in physicality. The good news for local hockey fans is that the team can only improve from here on out. While Wellington was outshot handily, Wellington Dukes coach and general manager Marty Abrams believed his team carried the balance of the play Tuesday night. “I thought our puck possession time was good and we held the play a lot but I was more disappointed with lack of physical play by both teams really but I'm more worried about the Wellington Dukes than the other team,” Abrams, who watched the game from the press box, said. “We didn't show a lot of emotion,” he added. Wellington took the lead early when Abbott Girduckis gained the puck in
TangleD uP Wellington Duke forward Luc Brown gets checked by Cobourg Cougar forward Tyler Gauld during the first period of Cobourg’s 4-1 win on Tuesday evening. Wellington hosts its second 2012 preseason game Friday, taking on the Kingston Voyageurs at 7:30 p.m. at Essroc Arena. (Jason Parks/Gazette staff)
the corner and bullied his way to the Cobourg net. Last year's Empire Junior C rookie of the year didn't get much on his shot but the puck had enough mustard behind it to slip underneath Cougar starter Joe Keyser's pad for a 1-0 lead at 11:37 Cobourg responded with a bit a soft goal on Duke started Marc Williams as Kyle Fink slipped one home exactly two minutes after the Girduckis goal. After a scoreless second
in which the teams were tied with 11 shots and likely even when it came to scoring chances, the Cougars put the game to bed in the final frame. Theo Lewis tipped home Nick Clark's point blast just 56 seconds into the third period to put Cobourg up 2-1. Not finished, the Cougar squad added to the lead at 5:44 when former Quinte Red Devil Ryan O'Grady overmatched Andrew Masters (who came on to relieve Williams at the halfway point) with a blast
from the top of the circle. Behind 3-1, Wellington managed a few scoring chances down the stretch but were unable to build any sustained pressure. Lewis added his second of the frame into a yawning cage with 14 seconds left. In spite of taking the game's last six minor penalties, Cobourg outshot Wellington 39-26. Abrams agreed the power play never seemed to get set and produce the quality scoring chances six straight man-advantage
opportunities should provide a Junior A club. A lack of intensity and hunger around the Cougar cage made sure the Cobourg defence had an easy night. “We didn't really generate enough offence to even be in the game,” Abrams said. In terms of netminding, with 16-year-old Hayden Lavinge signed, the debuts of Williams and Masters were solid. Abrams said Dukes staff is high on both goalies and either could have a chance
to make the team, “I thought Williams played well but I'm sure he would like to have the one goal back,” he added. In terms of the defence, Abrams thought 16-yearold Brody Morris and former Napanee Raider Nolan Powers had solid if not spectacular outings. “I was happy with the back end, I'm more concerned about the lack of offence from our forwards,” he said. Wellington looks to get the offence rolling this weekend with a home-andhome series with the Kingston Voyageurs. With it being Kingston's first game of the preseason on Friday, Abrams will likely accommodate the Vees and dress a mostly rookie line up on Friday at home. The Dukes repay the Kingston visit with a trip to the Invista Centre on Sunday for a 3 p.m. Puck drop. Round the 'Roc: Jackson Howe and Cole Bolton were the only 2011-2012 regulars dressed Tuesday night...Three players were whistled for warm-up violations including prospective Dukes defencemen Mitch MacLean and Zach Bishop, meaning Wellington was down to four blueliners for the first 10 minutes of the game...It appears Curtis Hodgins didn't leave his play book in Whitby. The former Fury bench boss and his successful defence-first approach made it safely to the Cobourg Community Centre over the summer and the transformation from the previous high-flying Cougar style looks to be close to being complete.
Defending-champion Rockies stave off playoff elimination in dramatic fashion Whitepine awaits series winner Jason Parks
Just when it looks like the players in the Prince Edward County Men's Fastball Association can't possibly top themselves, a pair of ball clubs get together and produce a classic softball game that will be remembered for quite some time. Game 2 of the 2012 PECMFA semifinals produced an outstanding affair between the Terra Vista Rockies and the Roblin Family Pluming Copperheads Tuesday night. In the bottom of the 10th inning with the game tied 1-1
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Many players have chance to prove themselves as Pirates split exhibitions VanVlack, 16-year-old goaltenders impress in early stages of camp Chad ibbotson
With many prospects hitting the ice for the first time in a junior hockey uniform, it was a chance for skaters in the Picton Pirates' first two exhibition games of the season to make the most of an opportunity. The club dressed two young, significantly different lineups over the weekend — a 4–2 win over the Napanee Raiders on Friday and a 3–2 loss to the Campbellford Rebels on Saturday — in Picton's annual rookie games at RCAF Arena in Trenton. Coach and general manager Ryan Woodward said he was proud of the way the Pirates' hopefuls competed during the weekend's games. “We dressed two very young lineups with a lot of players playing their first junior game. The players played hard both nights and there were quite a few impressive performances,” he said. “Overall, the weekend served its purpose and we were able to see what guys are able to do.” Woodward said Nolan Van Vlack again showed that he is a capable body and had a noteworthy performance over the weekend. “His experience last year with our team really showed. He looks like he's taken a step forward this year — strong, confident and keeping the game really simple, but also understanding that it's important for him to perform,” he said. Additionally, goaltenders
Matt Loveys and Josh Lasher had a strong showing. “There are a lot of options right now and we're looking forward to continuing this process this week,” said Woodward. While some players skated in both games, the forward group was largely different between the games on Friday and Saturday. “We gave a lot of players the opportunity to compete and get their feet wet at this level. We were happy with the way everybody played,” Woodward said. “Some young guys showed a lot of potential and some of the guys who have a little bit of junior experience looked confident out there and looked like they're ready to take the next step.” Woodward said chemistry is hard to come by in these types of exhibition games, but he liked how the hopefuls competed hard and kept things simple. “We play a pretty simplified system in terms of the forecheck and defensive zone coverage. We wanted to see a little bit of structure out there, we didn't want to see them go out and skate around, we wanted to see if they could adjust on the fly,” he said. “It was a challenge for some of the young kids just getting into their first junior game, but overall the players played really hard and that's what I wanted to see.” For a club trying to cut down quickly before opening night, Woodward said the games were essential in
playing keep away Pirates hopeful Miles Levtov, a product of the Toronto Junior Nationals AAA program, attempts to push the puck away from the check of Napanee Raiders defenceman Andre Frappier during the Pirates 4-2 win at RCAF Arena in Trenton Friday as Napanee hopeful Andy Paul trails the play behind the net. (Adam Bramburger/Gazette staff)
evaluating players' performances in a game scenario. He said the players were informed that this was their opportunity to impress and to make tough decisions even tougher for management. “They need to make the most of their opportunity. For some it might be their first and last and for others, if
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they play well, they'll have an opportunity to advance in our training camp,” he said. He said the club won't string along players and will be cutting down as fast as possible. Woodward said it's tough to gauge how many players the club will have by the end of the week as players will be coming and going throughout that time. “We'll give everybody a look and from there we'll make decisions on guys and
try to keep the best 20–30 players around in camp long-term,” he said. The club has already released some players since those games and will be making decisions through the week. “We want everybody to have an opportunity to join other junior camps. We don't want to hold players back and have them miss out on a chance to sign somewhere else,” Woodward said. “It's
tough. It's kind of an accelerated way of running a camp, but it's serving its purpose.” The Pirates' next exhibition game will be Saturday Aug. 25 at Essroc Arena in Wellington against the Clarington Eagles of the Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League. Woodward said both teams will be dressing young lineups and urged residents to come check out the next generation of Picton Pirates.
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County clubs reach Quinte Baseball League final in five different divisions
Three Lynx clubs finish atop regional baseball standings Jason Parks
Another baseball season has come and gone and it was another standout year for the teams of the Prince Edward County Minor Baseball Association. County based teams in the rookie, mosquito, peewee, bantam and midget age levels either made finals appearances or won their Quinte Baseball Association league title outright in 2012 and this success is just a continuation of the pattern of success that's being forged by local minor baseball players. The Rookie State Farm Lynx as well as the Bantam Kingfisher Financial Lynx and the Midget Kingfisher Financial Lynx all reigned
supreme in the regional house league that ranges from Brighton to Kingston while the Mosquito Bean Counter Café Grinders and the Peewee Wellington Lions Club Lynx came up just one game short in their respective divisions. Matt Ronan of PECMBA said that for the last half decade or so, county teams have been making plenty of noise in the Quinte Baseball Association. “For the last five years, county baseball teams have done very well and have been dominant and that's at all age levels,” Ronan said. And for most age levels, there have been multiple teams from Prince Edward County. “We've tried to divide the players evenly and, in
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September 18 – Ontario Sheep Marketing AgencyDistrict 8 (Counties of Lennox and Addington, Hastings, Prince Edward, Frontenac and Leeds) Annual General Meeting. Napanee District Secondary School (staff room), Napanee, 7 pm – Election of officers and appointment of delegates to OSMA AGM in October. All sheep producers are encouraged to attend. For info contact Debi email@example.com September 18-22 - International Plowing Match Waterloo Region. For more information visit http://www.ipm2012.ca/ September 25 - Lennox & Addington Federation of Agriculture Meeting, Selby Sales Barn, 8 pm – Contact Stephanie Gaffney/ firstname.lastname@example.org September 29 to 30 – Roseneath Fair, 9109 Cty Rd. 45, Roseneath. For more information contact 613905-352-3778 or email email@example.com or visit www.roseneathcarousel.com October 4 - Hastings Federation of Agriculture Monthly Meeting, Thurlow Community Centre, 516 Harmony Road, Thurlow, 8:00 pm - Contact Judy Hagerman 613-473-4444 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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QUINTE PET Minders. Loving care for your pets in their own home. Daily visits, also overnights and vacation stays. 613-476-6265 YORKSHIRE TERRIER, 3 yrs. old, 613-399-5306.
CARS AND TRUCKS
1988 CHEVY Pickup, runs great, low mileage on replaced motor. 416-697-4460. $1,100 uncertified. 1997 FORD Bronco, Eddie Bauer Edition, 4x4, 79,000 miles, 351 engine, good condition, $4,000 or best offer. May be seen at Bancroft. 613-476-7560 2004 CHRYSLER Intrepid, power windows, power brakes, power seats, cruise, cold air, 238k, $3500 plus tax, price includes safety, etested and a 6 month/6000 limited powertrain warranty. Call Joe at Lightfoot Motors 613-813-5401 or 613-476-5881, 314 Lake St. Picton. AUTO PARTS, new and used, auto and truck parts, we buy scrap metals. cars and trucks wanted. 816 Goodyear Road, Napanee. Call Parts-A-Plenty Inc. 613-2422326 1-888-689-1795. Yes, we have tires. CARS AND trucks wanted for scrap or recycling, we buy scrap metal, free pickup or you bring in. Mike 613-561-8845 or Dan 613929-7572 We also sell auto parts and tires.
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BOATS & MOTORS
1962 18ft GREW Cruiser Lap Strake Mahogany interior. 4 cylinder 60hp, Volvo Penta inboard. 2nd owner (stored for 20 years). Excellent condition for restoration. $4,000 Brad 613-373-2227 BOAT LIFT, Naylor, aluminum, 1800 lb boat capacity, electric, $1700, 613-393-5674. BOAT TOP repair & replace zippers, screens, windows, seats. Call Weldon 613-885-6871. TWO BOATS. 12' aluminum boat, 9.6hp outboard with trailer $950. Force 5 sailboat, seriously fast $500. 613-393-2940.
33 FOOT SIERRA by Cobra trailer. Single slideout. In excellent condition, used sparingly. Oak cabinetry throughout. A/C and furnace in good working order. Newer fridge, pullout couch, water heater, envirolet toilet, both propane tanks replaced in 2010. Includes factory add-a-room 10x16 professionally installed. Selling both together with all decking for add-a-room. $4,000 or best offer. Located in Cherry Valley, near Picton. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-450-0223
TRAILERS FOR RENT Dump Trailers Flat Bed Enclosed Daily, Weekly, Monthly
SHORT TERM rentals, rent for a month or the winter, furnished, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, houses & waterfront cottage. Beach Bum Holidays. 613-476-7701.
COMMERCIAL FOR RENT GREAT RETAIL SPACE just off Main Street facing Post Office Parking Lot, 3600sq’ ideal for furniture, consignment, clothing or bargain centre. Reasonable Rent
288 MAIN STREET Bloomfield, 225sq' studio/office/retail space on main floor across from Town Hall, high visability location with signage available, September 1 $450 mo inclusive call or text 613-885-2304.
6,500 sq.ft industrial space for rent. Clear span, in-floor heating, truck door, large parking area. Available immediately. Reasonable rent.
613.476.1266 FOR RENT
1 BEDROOM apartment downtown Picton, large, modern, lots of windows, new kitchen, new flooring, quiet building, 2nd floor, $790mo incl. fridge/stove/dishwasher/cable tv & heat 613-476-7701. 2 BEDROOM Detached bungalow, new construction, 2 full baths, open concept, approx. 900sq', natural gas heating, very economical, lawn maintenance, snow removal and town water included $1095+, 55+ discount, 613-885-1307. 2 BEDROOM/2 bathroom house for rent in Bloomfield. $1075 plus utilities. No smoking. No pets. Available September 1st. 613-242-7289.
E MAPLES H T Retirement Home
has available a large private main floor room with private bath, patio doors, deck and parking
Call Jean 613-476-6318
Providing professional service with care, dignity and personal attention to all details surrounding the loss of a loved one. 2 Centre Street, Picton Robert C. Osborne 476-5571 Funeral Director NOTE: Report errors immediately. The Picton Gazette will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of an advertisement. CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: Tuesday at 4:00pm
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for 2 Bedroom upper apt. available August 1
2/3 BEDROOM brick Victorian home in new condition, flexible owner will rent, sell or lease with option to buy with terms, Open daily 1-3pm for viewing, 170 Main St. Wellington. 613-399-3918. 3 BEDROOM half house for rent in country, available September 1st. 10 minutes from Picton, 20 minutes from Belleville. $900 monthly heat and hydro extra, need first/last months rent, need 3 good references and credit check will be done. No dogs allowed. 613-393-1357 3 BEDROOM house, with 2 car garage, stove, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, 3km from Picton, $1200 mo. first/last, pay your own hydro and oil heat, September 1, Reply to Advertiser Box 831 c/o The Picton Gazette 267 Main St. Picton K0K 2T0. 3 BEDROOM, quiet and well maintained 3 level duplex, 2 three piece and 1-2 piece bath. Suitable for professional couple. Private 2 car driveway, fin. basem, close to all amenities. 1 min. walk to Picton Harbour. No smk and no pets. Available Aug. 1, $900 plus utilities, first/last and references required. 613-476-7485 4 BEDROOM townhome available in Picton, bright and sunny, large yard and parking. Available mid Sept or mid Oct. $795 plus heat and hydro. Phone Sentinel Property Management, 613-966-9079. PROMOTION first months rent 50% off.
SENIORS PLEASE 105 Bridge St
Bachelor Apt. and 1 bedroom available! Quiet area on the Bay Appliances, laundry Super on site
44 MAIN Street adult only building. Newly renovated 1 bedroom 1 bath, hardwood floors and a new kitchen located on the third floor. Building features one parking space, well keep grounds, garbage and recycling disposal, on site laundry facility. $800 monthly plus hydro; 101 UNION Street, Picton. Newly renovated 2 bed 1 bath, features very nice hardwood floors, open concept kitchen and living area with all new full size appliances, ground floor washer and dryer, very nice private deck and a good size back yard. New high efficiency gas furnace and hot water tank, $1000 includes water plus hydro and gas. Contact email@example.com for application and more information EXECUTIVE 4 bedroom bungalow with detached garage on 1 acre lot, newly renovated, hardwood floors throughout, Bloomfield area, $1500 mo + utilities 613-403-3489. ROOM AVAILABLE to rent on long or short term basis in spacious home in Picton. Full kitchen and laundry access. $500 monthly. Mature male only. 613-476-8999. ROOM IN a family home, nonskm. preferred, $400 mo. for more info call 613-476-3038 after 5pm. SEPT 1, Picton, 2 Bedroom, 1.5 bath, own entry, $700+hydro call 416-271-4641. SOLICITING APPLICATIONS for tenancy from medical staff and other professionals. Centrally located, newly renovated small three bedroom $1100 neg. firstname.lastname@example.org WATERFRONT 2 bedroom house, fresh, bright open concept, large family room, 4 appliances, new furnace, beautiful quiet private location, close to Wellington. $1,250 plus utilities. No smoking. No pets. 613-503-2265
WATERFRONT 2 BEDROOM apartment, Glenora Ferry, utilities/laundry included, no pets/non-smk, ideal for single person $875 613-373-9368.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT: Pet Friendly, 2 bedroom (or more) home, PEC (close to Picton preferred), retired professional Engineer, 65 YOA, recent widower, non-smoker, require internet access and parking for one vehicle, expect to do normal yard work and minor repairs as may be required. Can assume occupancy immediately. 613-476-3808 WANTED TO RENT by two seniors, an older home, outside of Picton, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, garden area, references available. Please phone 613-968-2319 or cell 613391-7743. WANTED TO RENT by quiet senior with small dog, a one bedroom apartment or granny flat, with own entrance and access to small garden area, references available. 613-391-7743. WANTED: SNOWBIRD needs a workshop preferrably a small garage where a car can be stored during the winter months. Must be within 5 km radius of downtown Picton. Phone 613-476-3957.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
VERSITILE 1800SQ' building @ 172 Main Street Wellington with commerical/residental usuage. Currently under construction, 2 bed, 2 bath with open concept, 11' ceilings, garden doors to one of the nices backyards in town, pre complete price $239,000 live and work here, owner may help finance. Open daily 1-3pm for viewing 613-399-3918.
MINT AND used postage stamps, covers, post cards, coins and paper money. Call Bob 613-967-2118.
WANTED TO BUY
WILL Buy Scrap Vehicles Metals and Appliances
613-476-2994 or 613-242-0117
A DINNER PARTY? Luncheon, banquets, party platters, hor d'oeuvres. Call Sheila Brushey Catering 613-393-5021. A SUMMER day is the time to get flower beds cleaned and mulched, gardens rototilled, eavetroughs cleaned, trees trimmed, pruning, yard work done, get rid of unwanted trash. Half ton truck available. No job too small. For reasonable rates call Paul 613393-5021. AFFORDABLE MAINTENANCE services, interior/exterior carpentry and painting. Decks and sheds. Bob 613-476-4789. CHAPPY'S. We'll do almost anything! Moving, dump runs of brush, grass cutting. Garage and basement cleaning. Ph 613-476-2994 or 613-242-0117 or Jenny 613243-7204.
Scrap Metal & Scrap Cars & Electronics - TV’s, Computers, etc. Appliances
We buy & sell
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DRYWAll & PAINTING, experienced individual offering quality work at a low price. Call today for free estimate 613-919-0247. fREE PICkUP of scrap metal and appliances, vehicles 613-920-3178. HANDYMAN fOR HIRE: affordable home repair and improvements. Carpentry, painting, drywall, decks, sheds, lawn maintenance and cleanup, or just about anything else you need done. Contact Frank at 613-476-8741 or mail to email@example.com HANDYMAN WITH experience in framing, drywall, tiles, hardwood flooring, electrical, decks, fences. Call Pascal 613-438-1750. HOUSEkEEPING. One time clean or whatever you need 613393-1357.
SCHOOl BUS DRIvER needed for Picton to Belleville, single route, starting September. Call 613-394-3403 WANTED: CAB Drivers. Must be able to work days, evenings and weekends. Must be presentable and courteous and have clean abstract and driving record. 613-476-5863
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Renovations - Additions Siding - Decks Painting - floors Phone 613-393-2819 613-393-1196 Book for Spring!
WERE YOU THERE? Were you a member of RCAC-CORPS #2423 Picton from 1951-55? This unit was part of the RCSA A/A (Royal Canadian School of Artillary, AntiAircraft) If you were a cadet in CORPS #2423 or knew someone who was please call 613-476-8070 Picton.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
BLOOMFIELD AOTS MEN’S CLUB ANNUAL AUGUST DINNER
at Bloomfield United Church Saturday, August 25th from 4:30-7:00pm Featuring: Pulled Pork, Ham, Corn on the Cob,
SEDORE- Samuel. August 25, 2011. Words, feelings and tears, Can't describe how much we miss you. Love you forever. Kim, Linda, Sam & MacKenzie.
Baked Potatoes, Salads, Veggies, Dessert and Drinks
Adults $13, Children under 7 $5
Aren’t You Hungry?
kNIGHTS Of COlUMBUS "Country Music Jamboree" September 1st, St. Gregory's School gym. Dinner 6pm, show 7pm. $12 dinner and show, $6 show only. Open Microphone. 613-476-3902.
BUFFET DINNER CHICKEN & RIBS th Sunday, Aug. 26
Serving 4pm - 7pm $10 per person
613-476-2342 166 County Rd 6 *No Reservations
THE PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY MEMORIAl HOSPITAl AUxIlIARY SECOND TIME AROUND SHOP is having a
BAG SALE ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE
August 27 - September 8 A & P size bag $5.00 Garbage bag $10.00
NEW vENUE - NEW SHOW We invite all County Hand Crafters and Artisans to apply to participate in a Juried Show, sponsored by the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, to take place on Saturday, October 6 in the Lipson Room above Books and Company. for furhter information, please contact Nancy Hicks, 613476-3704, email@example.com or Joyce Minaker, 613-476-4696, firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Tennis Group for experienced players meets every Wednesday 6-9pm Call Susan 613-476-2554 Email: email@example.com For details www.atholreccentre.com
REWARD for the return of my silver bracelet, lost in the vicinity of Sobey's Plaza, approx. 4-5 weeks ago, belonged to my mother, huge sentimental value. Call 613-9700445. Thank you so much
• Keys with a ‘Nicbos’ keytag • Boy’s wallet found at Picton Fair • Lady’s black reading glasses • Silver & red glasses • House key on square brown leather key tag • Ford keys in Benson Park • Keys with “PANOMEC” Keytag
To claim come to
267 Main St. Picton
The Picton Gazette CARD Of THANkS
We would like to thank our relatives & friends for making our 60th Anniversary a great success. Especially Andy, Maggie & Wendy, without them it wouldn't have been possible. Thank you everyone for the lovely gifts and cards, what a great day it was. Barb & Ken Juffs.
CARDS Of THANkS
BENWAY. The family of the late Gordon Benway of Hillier wish to extend their gratitude and appreciation to everyone for the tremendous support, generous donations, beautiful flowers, comforting food, phone calls, visits and cards. Special thanks to Dr. Norah Connell, Dr. Moran Mendoza (KGH), Nurse Sheri (Sunshine Girl), PSW Thelma, Hospice Co-ordinator Audrey and Volunteers Madeline and Pat, Palliative Care Co-ordinator Joscelyn and CCAC Manager Kathy. Also, to the First Response Team, Ambulance Attendants and OPP Officers who came to Gordon's home. To Tod Lavender and staff of Ainsworth Funeral Home, a special thank you for your guidance and respectful support at this challenging time. Thanks to Reverend Steve Spicer for your visits, your comforting words and the wonderful service, and to the Wellington UCW for the delicious lunch following the service. Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten. Sincerely, Judy and family.
I would like to thank all the Volunteers (Legion members and friends of the Legion) who delivered the Meals on Wheels for the month of July and for filling in for me while I recuperated from my surgery. Thanks to Pres. Ted Taylor and Comrade Ruth Richards for ensuring everything was in order. Mike Slatter, Royal Canadian Legion Br 78 Service Officer Community Care Service Coordinator
Dear Prince Edward County Community, family, friends and the Prince Edward Auto Club: I would just like to thank you ALL from the bottom of my heart. I was just down in the dumps from all the bad news I had been getting lately. But when I saw and heard you all “hootin’ and howlin’” there are just no words to describe how I felt! I was just amazed at all the people that were there just to support, love and help me through this. I was overwhelmed at all of it. I wouldn’t have cared if only $1 was raised, just to see you all, the love and support was just more than I ever could of imagined. Although, the money is coming in handy with all the traveling, medicine and other expenses. So thank you all, I couldn’t have gotten this treatment or other treatments without all of you. So thank you for helping me fight. Thank you for being in my corner. My boys and I and the rest of my family thank you and are forever grateful to you all. Love, Brenda McQuaid xo
CARTER- In memory of Randall, who passed away August 25, 2011. No farewell words were spoken No time to say good bye You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why. Your suffering is over, And may you rest in peace with God. Always missed and remembered by brother-in-law Lloyd Hineman. CARTER- In sad and loving memory of a dear Uncle, Randall, who passed away so suddenly August 25, 2011. Gone is the face we loved so dear Silent is the voice we loved to hear Too far away for sight or speech Sweet to remember him who once was here. And who, though absent is just as dear. Sadly missed by nephew Michael and family.
MEMORIAMS In Memory
Aug 28, 2010 Said bye after work Friday night, Come Monday you’re gone to Heaven. I had to rearrange my schedule to accommodate nothing. Eric
CARTER - Randall
In loving memory of a dear husband, who passed away August 25, 2011. It’s been a year that’s come and gone But little did you know, you weren’t coming home You went to sleep, you suffered so I sat by your side, and watched you go. You couldn’t respond, all you could was hear When I told you I loved you in your ear. You hardly complained, you worked hard all your life And I was so proud to be your wife. You were always there with a helping hand Everyone knew you were a good man. When we said our vows til death do us part Then God came and took your hand And my whole life fell apart. But as I look back it makes me glad That we shared the precious years we had So one sweet day in Heaven above We will meet and confirm our love Rest In Peace Love and miss you terribly Your wife Jeanne ***********
August 25, 2011 In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who passed away on August 25, 2011. Those we love don’t go away We think of them every day Deep in our hearts is where you’ll stay Until we meet again one day. Sadly missed but lovingly remembered by wife Barbara, daughters Norma, Linda, Sandra, Kathy, Bonnie, Debbie and families.
CHRISTY, William Merton
Passed away at the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital on Friday, August 17th, 2012. William Merton Christy of Manor on Loyalist Parkway, Picton, ON. In his 98th year. Beloved husband of the late Madeline Christy (Hubbs). Loving father of Connie (late Bud) Rabbie of Northport and Sandra (late Bob) McKenna of Picton. Dear grandfather of Mark (Muriel), Debbie (Tim), Rick, Tracey (Jan) greatgrandfather of Kaitlin, Haley, Trevor, Matt, Brad and Justin. Remembered by many nieces and nephews. Survived by sisters Anita, Naomi, Earla and Marilyn and brothers Reburn and Vernon. Predeceased by sister Beryl and brothers Keith and Elmo. Friends called at the Ainsworth Funeral Home, 288 Noxon Avenue, Wellington on Monday, August 20th from 68pm Funeral Service was held on Tuesday, August 21st at 1pm at the Wellington United Church. Revered Steve Spicer officiated. Interment Wellington Cemetery. Memorial Donations to the Wellington United Church or the P.E.C. Memorial Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and donations at www.ainsworthfuneralhome.com
CARTER - Randall
In loving memory of a dear father, who left us August 25, 2011. It’s so strange that those in need And those we love the best Are just the ones God called away And took them home to rest. But every time I think of Dad I seem to hear God say Have faith and trust my promise You’ll meet again someday. Dad you’re gone but not forgotten And, as dawns another year All the lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are always near. Some think the wound is healed But little do they know the sorrow That lies in the heart concealed. So, if you have a father Cherish him with respect and care You’ll never know the heartache Till you see his vacant chair. Love and miss you Dad, Son Randy Jr. and daughter-in-law Debbie ***********
CARTER - Randall
In loving memory of a precious poppy who went to Heaven August 25, 2011. When we go to your house Poppy and find Nana sometimes alone We’re just too little to understand Why Jesus call you home. We know you’re watching above us In the beautiful Heaven above, We know the angels are with you And we’re sending our precious love. Love and miss you so much Poppy Payton & Levi
Ramona Anne Pallagi (nee Wannamaker)
August 24, 1935 – April 16, 2012 At the young age of 76, Ramona passed away at Misercordia Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. She underwent a successful mastectomy but never returned home. Eight weeks later she succumbed to a bowel infection, blood poisoning and cardiac failure. Ramona leaves behind her three adult children: Imre James Pallagi of Wilkie, Sakatchewan; Ilona Anne Kathleen Pallagi of McBride, British Columbia; and Sandor Gyula Wilfred Pallagi of Banff, Alberta. Also, another son, Janos Gabor Pallagi, who was adopted away at birth and remains unfound. She is predeceased by her youngest daughter, Christine Eva Ramona Pallagi who passed away in 2002. She also leaves seven grandchildren; Jodi Pallagi, Terrance Pallagi, Laura Crysler, Imre Nash Pallagi, Carolyn Nash Pallagi, Tanis Pallagi and Katrina Pallagi; and five great grand-children; Ilona d’Entremont Pallagi, Dalena Pallagi Murray, Avril Pallagi Murray, Jorja Pallagi Hastings, and Elwood Schaefer. “Mona” is also survived by her 95-year-old mother Kathleen Brown Boudreau, her sisters Sandra Wannamaker, Louise Fulford, Monique Boudreau and Yvonne Boudreau, and brother James Wannamaker, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and other extended family and friends. Survived also by her step-siblings Bruce Miller, Emily Miller and Beverly Miller, pre-deceased by step-brother Albert Miller. Ramona was the eldest child born in Milford, Ontario and raised on a farm in Prince Edward County, Ontario. She once worked as a popcorn girl at a cinema, and at a bra factory but spent most of her life as a homemaker. She was known as a warm and hospitable woman, always giving to those in need without any thought for her own well-being. She had a sharp memory and never forgot a single birthday or anniversary. Her laughter could turn the darkest moment into sunshine. She married her first husband, Imre Oden Pallagi Dec. 12, 1954 at the Hungarian Community Centre in Toronto, Ontario and they later resided and raised their children in Oakville, Ontario. After their divorce, she met and married Kenneth Tonge May 12, 1984 at the Elora Mill Inn in Elora, Ontario and they resided in Orangeville, Ontario. After her second divorce she moved around from Cornwall, Ontario to Ottawa, Ontario to Scott, Saskatchewan and eventually settled at Meadowcroft Retirement Residence in Edmonton, Alberta. Ramona has been cremated and will return to her home province of Ontario on Saturday, August 25, 2012 where she will released to the winds in Prince Edward County, Picton, Ontario. A monument will be placed in Wellington Cemetery near her father Wilfred Wannamaker and grandparents Alonzo and Melissa “Annie” Wannamaker (nee Casselman). All family and friends who once knew Ramona are welcome and encouraged to attend this celebration of her life. For more information and where we will be meeting, please contact her granddaughter Jodi Pallagi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-341-4957.
The Picton Gazette DEATHS
Passed away peacefully at the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital, Picton on Saturday, August 18th, 2012. Joanne Campbell of Hillier in her 57th year. Beloved wife of Stan Campbell. Loving and caring mother of George and Amanda Wannamaker (Casey). Special grandmother to Autumn. Survived by her sisters Charlene, Darlene, Verna, Pauline and Cindy, her brother Lionel and many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Ainsworth Funeral Home, 288 Noxon Ave. Wellington on Thursday, August 23rd from 6-9pm. A Memorial Service will be held at the Wellington United Church on Friday, August 24th at 10:30am. Reverend Steve Spicer officiating Interment Christ Church Cemetery, Hillier, ON. Memorial Donations to the P.E.C. Memorial Hospital Foundation or Hospice Prince Edward would be appreciated by the family. Online donations and condolences at www.ainsworthfuneralhome.com
McWILLIAM, Thomas Dawson
Passed away at the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital on Saturday, August 18th, 2012. Dawson McWilliam, of The Maples Picton, at the age of 84. Predeceased by his mother Ivy (Dawson) McWilliam. Dear brother of Phyllis Higgins of Niagara Falls, and the late Barbara McCourt of Calgary. Will be sadly missed by his nieces and nephews. In keeping with Dawson's wishes there will be no visitation or service and cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements in the care of Quinte Cremation and Burial Services Ltd. 613-962-7900
POOLE, Shirley Anne
Peacefully passed away at home, surrounded by her family on Friday, August 17th, 2012. Shirley Anne Poole of Guelph, formerly of Wellington. Loving wife of the late Peter Poole. Beloved mother of Wendy (Ken) Holmes, Peter (Gale) and Greg (JoAnne). Dear Grandma to Kelly (Andrew), Ryan (Kristina), Blair, Steven, Christopher and Matthew. Cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at a later date. Memorial Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Ainsworth Funeral Home, 288 Noxon Avenue, Wellington 613-399-3177. Online donations and condolences at www.ainsworthfuneralhome.com
DICK, Diana Dawn Davidson
Former Dean of Nursing at Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at St. Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon, after a life well-lived. She was 68. Diana is predeceased by her parents, Florence and Jim Dick and her beloved sister, Sheila Knauf. Diana is survived by her sister Joyce (Don) Moore of Calgary, brother Dennis (Gail) Dick of Bloomfield, brother-in-law Eberhard Knauf of Wellington, by her nieces and nephews Lisa (Madge Darlington) Moore, Austin, TX; David (Colleen McCormack) Moore, Vancouver, BC; Carolyn (Gordon Campbell) Moore, Whitehorse, YT; Lisa (Peter) Burke, Bloomfield, ON; Andrew (Samantha) Dick, Toronto, ON; Tanya (Kelly) Attwells, Bloomfield, ON; and Jonathan (Nicole) Knauf, Fernie, BC, as well as twelve beloved great-nieces and great-nephews to whom, as she liked to remind them, she was a "great Aunt." In addition to her family, she will be missed by a large cirlce of loving friends in Saskatoon and across Canada. Thanks are due to all her doctors, nurses and friends for their support but especially to Candace Skrapek, and Glenda Huynink whose care for her continued until the end. A Celebration of Diana's life will be held on Saturday, September 8th, 2012 at 11:00am at the Wellington United Church, Wellington, ON, with visitation from 10:00am until time of service. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the following causes dear to Diana's heart would be appreciated by the family: Canadian Nurses Foundation Sharon Nield Scholarship Fund (50 The Driveway, Ottawa, ON K2P 1E2), Hastings Prince Edward Land Trust, (Box 20042, Belleville, ON K8V 3W9) or Wellington United Church (243 Main Street, Wellington, ON K0K 3L0). Arrangements entrusted to Ainsworth Funeral Home, Wellington, ON. Online donations and condolences at www.ainsworthfuneralhome.com
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
Garage/Yard Sale Guide Milford Market Square
Saturdays 9am - 2pm Milford Fairgrounds (County Rd 17)
For info: 613-476-6041 or 613-471-0429 Something for Everyone!
INVITATION TO TENDER
MECHANICAL UPGRADES FOR ST. GREGORY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Contract No. 12-3-9052
SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Greer Galloway Group Inc. Office in Belleville, Ontario until 11:00 am, local time, on Wednesday, August 29, 2012.
The tender will include mechanical demolition work, and the necessary electrical, mechanical and structural work to remove exiting heating system and install new heating and ventilation system.
Tender documents will be available on August 17, 2012 from The Greer Galloway Group Inc. Belleville Office, located at 1620 Wallbridge-Loyalist Rd., Belleville, Ontario, Phone: 613-966-3068, Fax: 613-966-3087. Drawings will be available for a fee of $25.00 payable to Greer Galloway. Bidders must be able to furnish proof of Workmen’s Compensation coverage and $2 million liability insurance. A bid security in the form of a bank draft for 10% of the bid will be required to be submitted, the successful bidder’s security will be held by the client until project completion. The lowest of any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Sealed bids to be delivered to: Cassal Larmer Manager of Building Services The Greer Galloway Group Inc. 1620 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road Belleville, Ontario K8N 4Z5
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Rain or Shine Sat. Aug. 25 8am - 4pm Tools, Hardware, Furniture, Dishes, Books, etc.
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From old fire extinguisher to old tables and chairs, milk bottles to pinwheel dishes, to Christmas. You think it, we may have it.
21 Harvey St. Sat. & Sun. Aug. 25 & 26 8am - 4pm
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18 Boad St. Picton
QUALITY BOOK SALE The Picton Library
Saturday, August 25 10:00am - 2:00pm sponsored by
The Friends of The Picton Library
Saturday, Aug.25 8am - 1pm
239 Upper Lake St., Picton Toys, household items
FROM THE ATTIC PLUS!
50’s grey/red arborite table, handmade antique pine dining table, books, lamps, kitchen, cottage and Christmas items, infant car seat, kayaks
Saturday, August 25 8am to 4pm 1702 County Rd 17 1.5 km east of Milford th
Saturday, August 25 8:00am
GARAGE SALE Power tools, tools, riding
lawnmower, canoe, 2 fish finders, fishing/hunting, camping equipment, 2 dog cages, arc welder, compressor, 2 milk cans, sm/med/large name brand women’s clothing (American Eagle/Billabong/etc), Raleigh bikes, household and other numerous items
Saturday, Aug.25 8am 13260 Loyalist Pkwy, Picton
(across from PEFAC/No Frills)
FINAL MOVING SALE
89 Smiths Bay Ave. Saturday, August 25th 8am to 4pm Several items still for sale such as three seater couch, snow blower, riding lawn mower plus some new items such as: trailer, chaise lounge burgundy colour, antique chair, glass topped display stand with oak frame, two standing light fixtures and many more items. Items can be seen in advance call 613-476-8875
GARAGE SALE 12451 Loyalist Pkwy at St. Denis Residence
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BRIGHTON ESTATE AUCTIONS
Large Antique & Collector’s Auction Sunday, August 26 - Preview 9:30 a.m. Auction 11:00 a.m. Auction to include: Silver Plate, Glass, Crystal, Jewellery, Royal Doulton Figures, Collector’s Items, Large amount of Books. Large Collection of Oil Paintings, Prints & Watercolours. Large Selection of Furniture to include: Mahogany Dining Suite with Shield Back Chairs, large selection of Oak, Pine Extending Table with Ladder Back Chairs, Hutch & Server, Numerous Chairs and Side Tables, Display Cabinet, Pine Blanket Box. Oriental Carpets & Light Fixtures. Watch Web Site for Updates. Large Indoor Yard Sale: Sunday @ 9:30 am David Simmons: Auctioneer & Appraiser Looking for quality estates or single items for upcoming auctions www.brightonestateauctions.com 101 Applewood Drive, Brighton, Ont. K0K 1H0 Phone 1-613-475-6223
The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
MONDAY, AUGUST 27th
at 1 p.m. ANTIQUE & MODERN & COLLECTABLE AUCTION SALE At the Palace Building Fair Grounds, York St., Napanee (Behind Curling Club) FEATURING: A Gibbard dining room suite; Moorcroft; leather chesterfield; musical instruments; black powder rifle; cross bow; 4 buggy wheels; mold removing equipment; tools; comic books GIBBARD: Gibbard mahogany Hammond Court dining room suite - buffet hutch, table & 6 chairs (shield backs) 1200 series in showroom condition ANTIQUE & FURNITURE & COLLECTABLES: Antique table; china cabinet; 3 old trunks; small Wurlitzer organ & bench; large carpenter’s box (refinished); chest of drawers; open buffet hutch; maple chest of drawers; dresser & side table; single bed; curio cabinet; black leather chesterfield (7 1/2’ as new); coffee & end tables; entertainment centre stand (excellent); recliner chesterfield & chair; 3 recliner chairs; maple dining room suite - table, 6 chairs, buffet hutch; oval pine kitchen table & 5 chairs; wooden TV trays; floor & table lamps; computer desk with older computer; TVs; VCRs; DVDs MUSICAL: Yamaha flat top guitar; Burswood Rock 1 electric guitar with amp; Yamaha saxophone with case GUN & CROSS BOW: 54 cal. Black powder rifle c/w scope; Compound cross bow COLLECTABLES: Dinky toys; quantity of die cast toy cars, trucks, airplanes & banks; train sets; quantity of military & airplane books plus others; Coca Cola Cookie jar & cooler; 3 large boxes of older comics CHINA, GLASS, SILVER, BEDDING: One each of 7 1/2” plate, 4” vase & miniature vase Moorcroft; 3 Beswick dachshund dogs, Cornflower, Carletonware, 8 place setting Currier & Ives dishes (Shakespeare); 8 place setting of silver plate with chest; selection of new bedding, flannelette sheets, pillow slips & blankets APPLIANCES: small chest freezer; refrigerator; matching washer & dryer, small microwave TOOLS: Mold removing equipment; air filtration machine c/w filters; mask for mold removal; Remington commercial nail driver; disc grinder; jig saw; Sawsall; Skill Saw; hammer drill; nailers (framer & finisher); portable water pump; electric plane; belt sander; 17” clinker tile cutter; tile saw; ridged 16 gal vac cleaner; pressure washer; drywall sq. & levels, etc.; 10’ extension ladder; electric welder; drill press OTHER: 4 rubber tired buggy wheels; steel shelves; several gallons & 5 gallon cans of paint (off white); painting tools; approximately 100’ vinyl trim; plumbing & electrical supplies Approximate order of sale - 1 p.m. - books, bedding, glass items, collectables, other table items; 4:30 - gun & music; 5 p.m. - tools followed by appliances, Gibbard & other furniture, etc. NO BUYERS PREMIUM - Very Partial Listing VIEWING SALE DAY ONLY - 12 noon Terms: Cash, Interac, Visa, MasterCard only. Canteen available NEIL LAMBERT, AUCTIONEER Napanee 613-354-3406 e-mail Sally1@KOS.net Watch www.lambertauctions.ca , Napanee Beaver for listing & pictures for next sale - Sept. 10
MONDAY, AUGUST 27
AT 10:30 AM AUCTION SALE – ESTATE OF EDWARD AND AVELEIGH BROWN, 383 KLEINSTUBER PARKS ROAD R.R.# 1 PICTON, ONT. PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY 5 miles SOUTH of Bloomfield on County Road # 12to Kleinstuber Parks Road and turn EAST for ½ mile. International 484 2 wd diesel tractor with Frey front end loader590 hours- ROPS- like new condition; Farmall Cub gas tractor with grass cutting attachment in running condition, Bush Hog 3 point hitch 5 ft rotary mower, Little Rhino 3 point hitch 6 ft scraper blade, Triple K 8 ft 3 point hitch cultivator, John Deere 8 ft disc, roller, single axle 4’ x 8’ utility trailer, set of drags, International 3 furrow 3 point hitch trip beam plow, International 16 run seed drill with grass seed box, 3 point hitch 45 gal sprayer, John Deere 200 riding lawn mower, Honda 13 hp riding lawn mower, Ariens 8 hp rear tine tiller, International 265 Cadet snow blower, Honda self propelled lawn mower, Homelite straight shaft weed eater, Echo chainsaw, 1973 Moto Ski snow mobile, power tools, hand tools, Delta 12” single surface planer, Shop Smith multi task wood working tool, Beaver 6” jointer, Delta 14” band saw, Beaver bench top drill press, Craftsman radial arm saw, beaver 36” wood lathe, Beaver scroll saw, wood working tools, Craftsman shop vac, aluminum ladders, VEHICLE- 2003 Buick La Sabre 4 door car with 133,000 kms, sells as is – in good running condition; HOUSEHOLD CONTENTS - SELL AT 10:30 AMAntique oak and glass 4 level barristers bookcase, antique mahogany washstand, antique nursing rocker, antique side chair, walnut mirrored cabinet, bedroom furniture, maple glider rocker, La-z-y boy chairs, cedar chest, maple table and chairs, crafts and sewing supplies, cranberry vase, Doulton character jug, Royal Albert “ blossom time” dinnerware pieces, cups and saucers, 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 for photos
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29
AT 5:00 P.M. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS FOR MRS. MARY PRIMEAU, BELLEVILLE AT DOUG JARRELL SALES ARENA, BELLEVILLE Oak dining room table/2 leaves & 6 chairs, china hutch, Antique oak china cabinet/ beveled glass mirror on top & glass on 3 sides, Chesterfield & loveseat, wing back chair, rocker, coffee table, single pedestal antique hall table, double bed/ box spring & mattress, 5 drawer chest, triple dresser & 2 night tables, double dresser/ mirror. Qty. of glass & china including Limoges pieces, Royal Bayreuth creamer, Nippon bowl, Germany bowl , tray & ladle, Bridal rose cups 7 saucers, open vegetable, Pinwheel gravy boat & ladle, Nippon butter dish, Chintz candy basket, Germany cake plate, Ridgway set of dishes approx. 70 pieces, Jack in the pulpit vase, Royal Albert cups & saucers of the months, 2 crystal lamps, R.S. Prussia cream & sugar, Cornflower tray, relish trays, Grindley covered vegetable, everyday dishes, glass ware, flatware, pots & pans, small kitchen appliances, old prints & frames, R.D. Van Norman painting titled “Wood Buffalo”, small plant tables, 2 shelving units, sewing accessories, linens & bedding, oscillating fan, area mats, several bicycles & numerous other pieces. Estate consignment: 1999 Dodge Stratus with 67,000 actual Kms. This low mileage car is in nice shape. Sells as is. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com
FRIDAY, AUGUST 24
Sale 6:30pm Viewing 5:00pm Consignment Sale
662 Cty. Rd. #12 3.5 kms south west of Bloomfield at Koopmans Auction Centre
See last week’s paper and website for details. www.koopmansauctionservices.com Always accepting good clean consignment for upcoming sales. We also conduct home, farm, and commercial sales onsite. For your entire auction needs, call Auctioneer: Gerald Koopmans 613-393-1732.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29
AT 11:00 AM AUCTION SALE – ESTATE OF TOM HAND 28 WEST STREET, WELLINGTON, ONT. PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY 1 block WEST of traffic lights on Main Street in Wellington. Mahogany finish double pedestal dining table with 6 shield back chairs, mahogany china cabinet, mahogany 2 door serving cabinet, antique oak lift top desk, vintage area carpets, antique Victorian style settee, antique Victorian side chairs, antique mahogany settee and side chair, mahogany finish high boy chest of drawers, antique parlour table, antique walnut corner what not, walnut gallery table, antique drop front desk, cherry finish 4 poster bed, mahogany knee hole desk, antique side chairs, mahogany cheval mirror, antique oil painting, sterling silver pieces, antique mantle clock, brass barometer, antique lamps, antique china pieces, antique wicker doll carriage, Royal Albert “Country Roses” china pieces, coca pots, cups and saucers, Craftsman 6.5 hp power lawn mower, aluminum extension ladder, shop vac, White 20 hp riding lawn mower- like new; 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 for photos
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
AT 10:30 AM AUCTION SALE - WAYNE AND FREDA WILSON 19 PRINCE ALBERT STREET WEST, MADOC, ONT. 1 block NORTH of St Lawrence Street West on Russell Street to Prince Albert Street (Vicinity of Bush Furniture). VINTAGE VEHICLE- Late 1977 Ford F 100 short box truck with 8 cylinder engine, 650 Holly Carb with Holly intake, 302 Chromed up motor headers, dual exhaust, 4 speed automatic on the floor, custom wheels-good running condition- sells as is; TOOLS- 2 Mastercraft stacking tool chests, quantity of air tools, auto body repair tools, hand tools, power tools, rechargables, Airco parts washer, 10 gallon shop vac, 6” bench grinder, rolling work station, Craftsman 8” sliding mitre saw, Mastercraft 10” table saw, 12 volt 1 ton winch, quantity of hardware, electrical auto hardware, floor jack, automotive fluids, Craftsman 10.5 hp snow blower – like new; Yard Machine power lawn mower, 2 gas powered leaf blowers, gas powered weed eater, garden tools, HOUSEHOLD CONTENTS – SELL AT 10:30 AM – 3 piece chesterfield suite, 2 piece chesterfield suite, pine washstand, display cabinet, pine chest of drawers, 2 door storage cupboard, book shelves, file cabinets, computer desk, bar fridge, treadle sewing machine, patio furniture, few dishes, 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 for photos
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
AT 10:00 A.M. AUCTION SALE SIDNEY & DONNA PRESCOTT, FOXBORO 127 FOXBORO-STIRLING RD DIRECTIONS: From Belleville follow Hwy. 62 north to Foxboro Stirling Rd. Turn west and follow to 127. John Deere 6210 4WD tractor & loader with 5800 Hrs, this is an open station tractor with 16x38 hind tires, selling with material bucket (excellent condition)., John Deere 720 mower conditioner, John Deere 335 round baler (twine tie), Massey Ferguson 124 square baler, John Deere hay rake, New Holland 162 Tedder, 20’ Horst big bale wagon, 36’ Kewanee hay and grain elevator, John Deere quick attach bale spear, John Deere quick attach pallet forks, Massey Ferguson #88 3PTH 3 furrow plow, 3PTH 2 furrow plow, John Deere 12’ tandem disc, IH 45 12’ vibrashank cultivator, Kongskilde 3PTH ‘s’ tine cultivator, field drags, John Deere 8300 18 run seed drill with grass seed box, 3 section field roller, 3 PTH Frontier fertilizer spreader, New Holland 155 manure spreader, 2 flat bed wagons, dump trailer, 25000 watt Winco PTO driven generator, IH #80 7’ double auger snow blower, 3 PTH bale spear, 3 PTH rear scraper blade, 3PTH logging winch, 3PTH vertical wood splitter, 15’ 4” grain auger with motor, tractor mounted post driver, 3PTH loader, 2 round bale feeders, 2 water troughs, a nose pump for livestock, numerous steel gates (a number of them being diamond bar), a large quantity of fencing including steel T posts, electric fence wire, cedar posts, 2 fencers, cattle clippers, 2 chain saws, 40’ aluminum ladder, chain hoist, logging tongs, approx. 300 concrete blocks. Also selling are 2 galvanized grain silos 14’ across and 5 rings high. 20 4’ round bales of hay, approx. 250 small square bales of hay, 83 8ft. square bales of wheat straw and several cords of cut & split, dry firewood. Please note: there are very few smalls in this sale so plan to be on time! This machinery is all in excellent condition and is shedded year round. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash, Debit, MC/VISA or cheque/ ID Owner and/or auctioneer not responsible in case of accident Lunch available
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31
AT 10:00 AM ESTATE AUCTION SALE CONDUCTED AT 115 PITCHERS SIDE ROAD, FRANKFORD, ONT. 1 mile WEST of Frankford on County Road # 5 and turn NORTH onto Pitchers Side Road. TRACTORS - Kubota L1-20 Diesel 4WD tractor, Ag tires, shuttle shift forward/reverse, 4 speed PTO, about 25 HP engine – 2068 hours, Kubota L2550DTGST 4WD diesel tractor with industrial tires, shuttle shift forward/reverse, Laurin Cab, with front loader, 29 HP engine - 2043 hours: BOATS 22 ft Starcraft 220V aluminum haul fishing boat with centre consul, twin Johnson GT outboard motors and EZ Loader tandem axle boat trailer; 13’ 6” Fibreglass fishing boat,14’ Crestliner Aluminum boat – runabout style with steering wheel, 18’4” Starcraft Aluminum bowrider with 140 HP Mercruiser inboard/outboard with trailer, VEHICLES and TRAILERS - 1989 Ford F800 7.8 L 6 cyl. diesel truck ,with air brakes and 16’ dump grain box – 92843 KM- running condition; 1992 Buick Roadmaster Limited – 4 door sedan – good condition 138620 KM; 1999 Mazda Protege LX 1.8 L, 4 dr sedan, automatic – as is-307419 KM (has been on road up to end of May), 1990 Dodge Grand Caravan – 3.3 L 6 cyl automatic transmission – as is 215600 KM as is; 1987 Ford F150 – six cylinder engine (300 ci) with manual transmission – 198500 KM (for Parts), 1996 Mercury Sable LS 3.0 L Duratec V6, 4 dr sedan, automatic 218905 KM; Off Road utility trailer, 18 ft tandem axle utility trailer with electric brakes, pintle hitch; 1980’s Golden Falcon 27 ft tandem axle camper with fridge, stove, and awning; 16 ft tri axle flat trailer with ramps, 18 ft tri axle steel beam trailer, 27 ft tri axle all steel trailer, 16 ft tandem axle utility trailer with ramp and sides, 16 ft tandem flat trailer, 25 ft tandem axle storage trailer, 3 single axle boat trailers, 2- 2 wheel car dollies, 6’ x10’ single axle utility trailer, trailer tires, TOOLS - Canox C 250 EP – HF Constant Current AC/DC welding power source, Lincoln 225 electric welder, Lincoln Ideal arc welder, Carolina engine hoist, Craftex drilling/ milling machine, bench to drill press, Onan 6.5 KW generator, Industrial hydraulic press, delta bench grinder, metal chop saw, arbor press, oxy acetylene torch kit, commercial shelving, floor jacks, jack stands, jack alls, hand tools, Mastercraft compound mitre saw, 12 volt fuel pump, chains, aluminum ladders, portable electric heater, motor oils, clamps, Taylor high output outdoor wood furnace, 48” deep fire box (28”high x 32”wide), can supply 5 separate heating areas – excellent condition; Stainless Steel Chimney sections 8” ID with 10”OD, Lucknow 48” rear 3 PH snow blower, Star 54” rear 3 PH sickle bar mower, Kubota 60” rear 3 PH HD rotary tiller, 42” front snow blade for lawn tractor, Front snow blades for compact diesel tractors, Suzuki 54” front snow blade for ATV, 42” Woods rear 3 PH rotary cutter/mower, Sand blaster, Work Bench 16’ long x 30” deep wall mounted, 2” plank top, Electric gas pumps, Trailer axle, Harley Davidson 3 wheel golf cart – need clutch, Chinchilla cages and supplies, BBQs, 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 for photos
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
AT 11:00 A.M. AUCTION SALE OF FARM MACHINERY ON SITE FOR RON & SHELLEY BOWKER & FAMILY R.R. # 7 BELLEVILLE DIRECTIONS: From the Bay Bridge in Belleville take Hwy. 62 south 1 Km. to County Road 28. Turn left & follow to Massassaga Road. Turn left & follow to 146 Massassaga Rd. (Watch for signs). John Deere 9510 combine (last year of the “10” series). 2100 separator hours, new concaves, Green star yield & moisture monitor, straw chopper & spreader, bin extension, in mint condition (low reserve). John Deere 920F 20 Ft. grain head, full finger auger. John Deere 2750 2wd 80 H.P. tractor open station, canopy, hi-low transmission, 2 remotes, (excellent). (5030 hrs.). Case 580 Super E backhoe, 3700 hrs. extenda-hoe, 24 inch bucket, Completely gone over by mechanic less than 50 Hrs. ago. All fluids & filters changed. Model 580 backhoe buckets 16 inch & 34 inch. John Deere 2810 6 furrow variable width (14-22 in.) plough. European bottoms. John Deere model 980 28 FT. “C” shank cultivator, auto leveling option. John Deere model 1780 planter, 12 row corn/23 row bean, vacuum, no till coulters. 400 lb. down pressure. Liquid fertilizer on all 23 rows. Big Jim 14 Ft. cultipacker, large diameter packer wheels (like new). John Deere 1600A haybine/ hydro swing, 14 ft. cut/ anti clog knives. John Deere model 660 side delivery rake. John Deere model 327 small square baler. 2 Forage King bale baskets. John Deere model 660 manure spreader (300 bu.) hydraulic end gate. Hay buster rock picker. Hydraulic dump trailer. 1992 25th Anniversary Chevrolet Camaro RS “T” bar roof, southern U.S. car. Has never seen salt. 66,000 miles, comes with safety certificate. Last year of the 3rd generation Camaros. Large assortment of smalls including farm gates, “T” bar posts, milk cans, 2 sets of cattle clippers, work bench, qty. of new sheet metal (red), 4 & 6 inch big “O” tile, lumber, logging chain, approx. 150 bales each of hay & wheat straw, heated water line (200 ft.), 3 & 5 H.P. electric motors, Houle & De Laval water bowls & numerous other smalls. Auctioneer’s Note: This is an exceptional auction of well maintained and field ready equipment always shedded year round. All machinery is in like new condition. Please note day & time of this sale. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash, Debit, Visa, MC or Cheque/ID Lunch Available Owner and/or auctioneer not responsible in case of accident
The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
Open gym sessions keep Panthers primed and ready for new season "Our goal will be qualifying then taking it another step to get that OFSAA berth," he said. Garden noted team leader Erin O'Brien had successful knee surgery and will return ready with other high-minute veterans like Emily Clark, Courtney Wilson, Alyssa VanRossum, and Maggie Dorenberg ready to provide leadership. Monday's session also showed a promising group of incoming Grade 9s who should help strengthen the junior program in the year ahead. "You never know with the junior team, but from what I've seen out so far, it's
Alumni return to set good example for basketball teams AdAm BrAmBurger Staff writer
While classes aren't back in session for another two weeks, the main gymnasium at PECI was filled with the squeaking of rubber shoes on hardwood, the bouncing of balls, and many voices. This week the Panthers basketball teams continued with their open gym sessions, which coach Rob Garden has offered each week to ensure the players are receiving their court time. "It's just about letting them play," said Garden as he watched a group of girls scrimmage Monday. "We don't have a YMCA here where they can come and go. A lot of kids in the cities spend a lot of their time in the summers there in semistructured play. That's how they get better." Typically, the girls have been taking to the court Tuesdays in preparation for their fall season, while the boys have resorted to Sunday nights to get their hoops action. Garden said the turnout from both programs has been encouraging considering all the options the youth have. "We have about 10 girls every time. It changes, some girls are working or vacationing, but there's always been a consistent 10 of them ranging from Grade 7-12. The boys are right up there too." On Monday, it wasn't just Panthers' hopefuls on the court. Alumnus Niki Van Haarlem, who made the University of Guelph Gryphons as a walk-on last season was out honing her craft. Most days, Seneca College's OCAA all-rookie team member Paige Smith and her twin sister Katrina, also a star with the Panthers would also have joined her. After the players moved off the court to grab water following one of Garden's drills VanHaarlem would stay on the court, practicing shots repetitively until it was time to reconvene. On several occasions, she'd stop to share tips with her teammates. Garden said having players of that calibre out for the open gym sessions has really helped influence the current crop of talent. "They've shown the girls something about what it takes," he said. "Definitely, some of our senior girls have looked at their example to see they have to raise their work ethics to reach another level." Garden recalled one day when VanHaarlem and the Smith sisters stayed after scrimmages and instead of fooling around with basketballs or talking with friends, they quietly put down cones and began wind sprints without any direction to do so. "That turned some heads," he said. "They're proving they're really great mentors. They're not just
going to be one of our biggest, most athletic groups since I've been involved," Garden said. That group will be entrusted to Andrew Wentworth, who has signed on to return as junior coach, a move Garden says will provide consistency in coaching tactics. With the boys' season still months away, Garden said he's been impressed with the dedication and commitment his seniors have shown as many are playing and producing in a Belleville-area men's league. The coach said he's expecting that team could be a challenger for a title come the winter. Specializing in Tree Preservation
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
Pizza makes the perfect pairing for Bergeron’s range of wines, ciders
A couple weeks ago I wrote about Norm Hardie Winery and I mentioned that pizza and wine were the perfect match — and it is! The next day a good friend of mine e-mailed me right away and asked if I had tried the pizza and wine at Bergeron Estates Winery. Now I've tried all of their wines but had never had the occasion to try their pizza so I thought this would be a good excuse to hop on the ferry and drop by and see David Bergeron. Technically their winery is not in the county but they are located within Ontario's fourth and newest Designated Viticultural Area (DVA). This happened in 2007 and includes the county region as well as a small part on the mainland across the Adolphus Reach from North Marysburgh. A DVA is a wine producing region for which rules and regulations are set down by the Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) of Ontario. David and his brother Ted grew up in the Cobden (Ottawa valley) area on a hobby farm in the early ‘70s for 10 years. When Waupoos Estates Winery opened in the county, the brothers saw the opportunity to get back to their roots. They and their spouses spent a few hours discussing the possibilities of entering the wine industry while quaffing some wine. In 2001, they formulated the idea of getting into the industry and for the next couple of years searched for an appropriate site for their
sippin’ in the county JOE HACHE
vineyard. They joined the Prince Edward Winegrowers Association (PECWA) where David was an active board member for four years and was nominated as chairman in his fifth year. They found their ideal property at Adolphus reach in 2002, purchasing 26.20 acres (10 hectares) of Lindsay Clay farmland. The site was ideal for growing Pinot noir, Gamay noir, Vidal, Riesling and Gewurtraminer grapes because of its primarily deep, Lindsay clay soil. In addition, the site is partially protected from the county escarpment across the reach and does not experience late spring frosts or early fall frosts thus providing a longer growing season. The waterfront on the southern shores of the property are off the Bay of Quite which is 21 fathoms in the centre. In 2003, the first 20 rows of grapes were
Dinner outDoors Delores Woodley enjoys a slice of pizza a glass of Gamay wine with David Bergeron at Berg-
eron Estates . Despite being located across the Glenora Ferry in Adolphustown, Bergeron Estates is located within the Prince Edward Designated Viticulture Area and is a member of PECWA. (Joe Hache/For The Gazette)
planted: four rows each of Vidal, Riesling, Gewurtraminer, Pinot noir and ten rows of Gamay noir. This is the planting area due south of the tasting room. In 2004, an additional 3,800 Gamay noir vines and 3,000 Pinot noir vines were planted in the area directly to the east of the tasting room. In 2005, one more hectare of Riesling was planted , south of the original field. The soil
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in the area is much sandier than elsewhere on the farm. Also in 2005, a second parcel of land was purchased adjacent to the property that was severed off several years before. The two families successfully applied for a lot addition to put the farm land back together. At that time David and his wife Mary also severed off the farm house on the lake and moved in July 2005. It is anticipated that the next plantings of five acres will be in the 27 acres to the west of the tasting room. The projection is that within 10 years there will be 30
to 40 acres of the farm under vine. Since opening its doors in 2007, Bergeron Estates’ biggest problem has been keeping up with demand for their product. In 2010 they started selling Cole Point Cider and they sold out in 90 days. Apples for the cider are grown just up the road from the vineyard at Spring Meadow Orchards. That same buying local approach is taken for Nona’s Pizzeria, a newly opened restaurant located at Bergeron’s. Many of the ingredients for the Italian style pizza are produced by
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local farmers. Michael Potters from the former Harvest Restaurant in Picton was the person to show Bergeron the ins and outs of making pizza but is was a special sauce developed by Nonna, his Italian Motherin-law, that set his pizza apart from others! The tasting room is housed in a house that was part of the farm. The beams used in the ceiling are approximately 160 years old and came from a barn in Harrowsmith, northwest of Kingston. The antique wine press in the tasting room belonged to Mary Bergeron’s father (Vince Ialacci), who used it when he came from Italy for over 30 years, and was used in their 2005 press. The crates used to display the wines came from the apple producer whose orchard is just east of the winery (Loyalist Orchards). Although not located in the county proper, this winery deserves to be on every wine lovers list, especially if you savour the thought of sippin’ a Gamay while enjoying a pizza looking out over acres of vines stretching toward Lake Ontario. A perfect match in a perfect setting! -Joe Hache maintains an independent guide to local wineries at www.princeedwardcountywineries.com. Join him in the Gazette for a tour of county wineries.
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The Picton Gazette THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
Sprinter also runs a competitive race in 200-metre dash
NORTON, from page 1
After a soild indoor season this past winter, Norton tore up the track for PECI at the Bay of Quinte meet this past spring, winning triple jump, 100-metre and long jump titles before qualifying and making a strong showing at North America's largest outdoor track meet, the OFSAA championships. â€œI defintiely have no regrets,â€? Norton told the Gazette as his family was travelling westward after their stay on the gentle island. â€œI competed to the best of my ability in 2012 and it was a great season overall.â€? Going into the 100 m
finals, Norton said he didn't have much of feel on how he would fair in spite of posting a personal best time of 11.25 in the heat portion of the race. â€œI really didn't expect to medal going into the event,â€? Norton said. But top-seeded 2012 OFSAA champion Paul Shermar faulted to open the finals, causing a stir at the line.Norton regrouped and ran a 11.34, good enough for third place. â€œI really didn't get comfortable in the blocks and didn't get a great start but I made up for it,â€? he said. In the long jump, Norton saved his best leap for last, uncoiling a jump of 6.20 m
to push through to the podium. The soon-to-be Grade 10 student also competed in the 200-metre dash and ran avery respectable 23.34 which, if he can duplicate at the 2013 Bay of Quinte meet, will break the local high school junior boys record. In the finals, Norton was saddled with running in lane eight and was unable to spot the field as it closed on him and wound up finishing seventh. â€œI ran a pretty good race and that was only my fourth 200-metre race of my career,â€? he added. Norton's medal haul was part of Quinte Legion Track and Field Club's best
"I was very lucky to be in the right place at the right time," he said. "I saw how exciting it would be. Ther was a lot of work to be done and I wanted a piece of the action." Eventually, he was hired as a research assistant and
while working on the project, Boyd completed his master's degree in systems and computer engineering. As for what his future holds, perhaps to be expected for someone working in space, Boyd says there are limitless possibilities he
perfromance ever at a national meet. In total, the six-member team took home eight medals and cracked the top ten in team standings. As for Norton, he is hoping to take a couple of weeks off, enjoy whats left of his summer and then start training for the indoor track and feild season which kicks off in January. Norton spent part of the summer training with the Oshawa-based Speed Acadamey, a sprintersâ€™ haven. â€œIt's been great being able to train with them and I appreciate all the support I've gotten from my family, taking me back and forth from Oshawa,â€? he said.
Pay now or pay later, Marisett says
five years,â€? the report says. The Wellington Main Street Park Seawall has been deemed a priority after a recent inspection. The engineer who conducted the inspection found the wall has severe deterioration of the footing on the lake side and structural cracking. Councillor Brian Marisett said it was important to get the projects done and voted in favour of picking one of the projects to submit an application to the CIIF. â€œSome of these things are already in our budget forecast. These are all expenses we're going to incur and one day we're going to have to finance them,â€? he said.
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There are 10 bridges running along the length of the Millennium Trail and all 10 need varying degrees of rehabilitation. Every bridge in the province that is used for pedestrians of vehicles that is longer than three metres has to be inspected on a â€œbiennial rotationâ€? through the Ontario Structural Inspection Manual. The report says â€œcontinued use of the trail relies on these bridges being brought up to a standard that is acceptable.â€? â€œThe OSIM inspection report indicates that the trail bridge work indicated should commence in one to
Boyd says he was in the right place at the right time for project
ROVER, from page 1
After finishing his experimental physics degree at Guelph, he was working in a particle accelerator lab there when Gellert came to the university from Germany and started the project.
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Live on Picton Bay! Golf and lakeside living is here in this stunning waterfront walkout bungalow. Watch the boats sail by - beautiful view! Many recent updates. Inground 16 x 32 pool, walkout deck and balcony. Large model kitchen, recently updated. 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Walk-out basement adds added living area to this waterfront home. Open vaulted ceilings with large windows flood this home with natural light & provide picturesque view. Cozy warm with 2 fireplaces and new forced air furnace, with air conditioning for comfort-cool living during those hot lazy summer days. Next door to golf course. $494,000. MLS 2121700
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l PRIME PICTON COMMERCIAL! Prime Picton Commercial. Well established Optical,eye care centre. Fully licenced bar/restaurant currently under renovations. Adjacent to large Municipal parking lot. Be a part of Pictons` emerging resurgance. $299,000. MLS 2120378
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13 PROSPECT AVE PICTON $175,000 This 1960's home on Prospect Ave is a quiet street with no through traffic. Location, location, location. The home is well built and there have been no alterations since original construction. So for someone who wants a great location and its views and is looking for a clever contemporary design & renovation look no further. MLS® 2115335 Call ELIZABETH CROMBIE, Sales Rep 613-476-2700 or toll free 1-877-476-0096 www.pictonhomes.com
"THE DOCTOR'S HOUSE" Constructed in 1867 and still has all the original classic features of that era. Foot high baseboards, elaborate door mouldings, 9 foot ceilings, stunning staircase, 2 sets of exterior French doors. A classic double front door with ruby glass inserts, 2 ornante bay windows, Large dining room, main floor master suite, double car garage and the list goes on! $444,000. MLS 2125547 LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE* *INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
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THE PERFECT LOCATION-NO NEED TO DRIVE This well-maintained home is situated in the pretty lakeside village of Wellington, only steps from the library, restaurants, grocery store and shopping. Features 3 bedrooms, l-l/2 baths, living room w/gas fireplace, separate dining room and a sundeck with a view of the lake. A highlight is the full width porch with vinyl clad railings and pillars (hence no painting). 2 yr, old roof shingles, and 4 yr. old gas furnace. A real gem!!! MLS 2125439 LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE* *INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
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ONLY A FEW LEFT! `Rosemary Model` - 1060 sq. ft. on the open concept main floor, with full sized WALK-OUT basement & attached garage as well. Perfect for the `empty nesters`. Enjoy all the amenities of town living. Walking distance to downtown, theatres, churches & shopping. Close to hospital, community services, parks, golf courses & walking trails. 23 newly constructed executive condominiums all situated on one level, with full basements. $249,900. MLS 2120248 HERB PLIWISCHKIES, Sales Rep cell 613-921-7441 QUINTE LTD., BROKERAGE 613-476-5399 613-476-5900
Super location in Picton. Try an offer on this brick bungalow. 3 bedrooms, eat in kitchen. Full part finished basement. Detached 1 &1/2 car garage. Paved driveway, parking for 4+ cars. Fenced lot 75'x100'. Green space behind. Immediate possession. Easy to show! www.3simeonstreet.com $229,900 MLS# 2123538 Call JASON, KEVIN OR SANDY YOUNG, Sales Reps 613-476-2100 or LANTHORN REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE* email@example.com *INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
l QUIET BLOOMFIELD STREET A quaint 3 bedroom bungalow on a quiet dead end street in Bloomfield. Perfect for retirees or a young family in Pinecrest school district with extra large yard. Built in 1961 by the current owner, this home features 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, oak kitchen, front room with large bay window, recroom and large laundry/workshop area. Upgrades include new soffit & fascia in 2012, new house roof in 2010, garage roof in 2005, new septic in 2008, vinyl windows and ABS plumbing. Plus a one car garage/workshop and large furnace room for additional storage. $189,900. MLS#2125521 Call MARY JANE MILLS, Broker 613-476-5900 firstname.lastname@example.org QUINTE LTD., BROKERAGE www.maryjanemills.com
156 ISLAND ROAD Watch the sun go down over the Sandbanks. Situated on a large private lot on Sheba`s (Tubbs) Island this 4 bedroom/2 bathroom bungalow, with walkout basement, offers an in-law suite, open concept, recently renovated kitchen, dining room, livingroom with fireplace, 4 piece bath with large soaker tub and marble floor. Massive patio doors lead out to a giant glassed in deck for unrestricted views of West Lake. Deep swimable water right off the dock. $429,900 MLS 2122520 Call MARK GARDINER, Sales Rep Office: 613-476-2700 Cell:613-391-5588 email@example.com
OPPORTUNITY FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS 3 bdrm home is suited for family living. Close to downtown and a short walk to schools. Attached one car garage. Private rear yard. Monthly mortgage pay't of $853.05 (based on 5% down, 3.29%, 25 yr amort., incl. CMHC fees) makes it cheaper than most rentals. MLS#2124677 $179,900 KEVIN GALE, Sales Rep cell 613-476-1874 H. 613-242-7295 C. QUINTE LTD., BROKERAGE firstname.lastname@example.org
l CHARMING COUNTRY HOME! Located in Hallowell Ward, situated on just over an acre of land, this spacious home has been freshly painted & cleaned & is move-in ready. Features open concept design, 3 bedrooms, 4 pce. bath, walk-out from dining area to large deck.Early closing possible. Asking $199,500. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN, Broker & Sales Rep Tel: 613-922-2251 www.christinehenden.com QUINTE LTD., BROKERAGE email@example.com
l West Lake waterfront custom built brick home, like new condition, offers many special features. Approximately 3400 sq. ft. of superb living space. Spacious entry with double oak doors and wainscotting and trim throughout, oak staircase.Beautifully finished on 2 levels,2 fireplaces, separate living and dining rooms, formal living room, separate family room and games room. Large covered deck off of main level, 2 1/2 car garage, plus docks and boat house, many extras! Close to the famous Provincial Sandbanks! $675,000 MLS 2121659 Call LORI SLIK, Sales Rep 613-471-1708 www.chestnutpark.com
Custom built brick home with beautifully landscaped yard and a gentle slope down to your waterfront. Located on the outskirts of Picton, this home is just a short walk to the Golf Course, Medical Centre and Restaurants. Open concept kitchen, eating area and family room have a spacious walk-out deck and large patio doors to allow for the beautiful water views. Belvedere offers a wonderful master bedroom with an abundance of light with ensuite. 2 bedrooms on main level with 4 piece bath. Formal living room and dining room with French doors. Wrap around porch overlooking a stone wall. Lower level is dry walled and waiting for your finishing touches! Truly a wonderful home you must see! $399,000 MLS 2125668 Gail Forcht**
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THE PICTON GAZETTE
Build your dream home here! Outstanding 2.9-acre waterfront lot on Fish Lake. Shore well and Quonset hut on property. Great location for family recreation property or retirement house. $79,900 MLS 2124914
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Double Unit in Rosemary Court! This town home offers the space you didn’t want to give up! Generous sized foyer. This 2 bedroom unit offers a spacious master bedroom with 3 piece ensuite, walk-in shower and his/her walk-in closets. Double attached garage with inside entry. Bright and open concept kitchen, eating area and living room with walkout to your patio. Neutral colours and like new. Main floor laundry. An unspoiled lower level allowing your imagination to run free! This home is perfectly suited for the retiree or new home buyers, steps away from downtown! A garage bay for both of you. $275,000 MLS 2122121 Sarah Scott*
Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
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Beautiful Country Lot in an ideal location, only 15 minutes to Highway 401 or 5 minutes to Picton. Set on a quietly travelled road, enjoy your privacy with these 22 acres of level farmland. Additional acreage available a short distance up the road. $88,000 MLS 2123603 Sarah Scott*
Bright and spacious, this open concept bungalow is situated on a large, centrally located country lot. Boasting four main floor bedrooms including a very generous master bedroom with an ensuite. The main floor den makes for a great family room especially for kids and teens! Recent updates include a large open concept kitchen, living and dining area featuring tile and hardwood floors, a high efficiency airtight fireplace insert, a beautiful bow window and garden doors leading out to the patio. It truly is a fantastic space for entertaining! The basement is quite large and mostly finished with a lovely fireplace. The home offers a separate entrance that lends itself for a potential "nanny suite". Other great features include the attached two car garage with inside entrance, and the high quality and volume of water available year round from the dug well. $298,000 MLS 2124991 Gail Forcht**
THINK DIFFERENT: BE DIFFERENT Opportunity awaits you in this newly renovated home, Young Family, Snowbird, or FIRST TIME HOME BUYER, this property is not to be overlooked! Featuring 2 large Bedrooms and Master with His and Her closets. Bright, Spacious Living Room and Kitchen, fenced in Backyard, New Siding, New Windows and Covered Veranda. Located close to all amenities just a step above the tree line. $149,900 MLS 2117261 Kate Vader* & Rob Plomer*
The Ridge - Peaceful Country home centrally located between Picton and Sandbanks. Over 2000 sq ft of living space with birch hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with main floor laundry and an open concept kitchen and living area overlooks wraparound deck and tranquil views of open space and slopping terraces. Lower level features a walkout basement to a private patio, large family room and a third bathroom. New propane furnace and recent energy audit conducted. Don`t miss out on this terrific opportunity. $335,000 MLS 2125498 Rob Plomer* & Kate Vader
HIGH, WIDE AND HANDSOME! This gracious Victorian residence features exquisite proportions, pine floors, and high ceilings throughout - and is within a block from Main Street! 3 large bedrooms and an office upstairs and outstanding principal rooms on the main level. Two staircases, two full baths, and a charming in-town garden, too! Hurry for this one! $349,000 MLS 2125261 Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
COUNTY COUNTRY FARMHOUSE Picture perfect farmhouse located down from Lake on the Mountain and close to water, wineries, cheese factories and restaurants plus marinas. No close neighbours and over 2 acres of your own to enjoy. Newer well, drywall and electrical plus forced air furnace. This is an easy to maintain home that is perfect for a first time homeowner or as a retreat from the city. Master bdrm on main level and diningroom plus modern kitchen. The porch is a wonderful place to sit on those lazy days this summer, as you don t have much to do here. $198,000. MLS 2125068
Outstanding 7.10 acre waterfront lot on Prince Edward Bay/Lake Ontario with spectacular views. Unbelievable opportunity to build your dream home! Drilled well on property. $225,000 MLS 2125327
Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
Build your home today! This building lot sits on the shores of West lake with an inlet to dock your boat and easy access to the Sandbanks Provincial Park on West lake. Only minutes to Wellington with the amenities of a town with the atmosphere of a quaint village. The area boasts a golf course only 10 minutes away, cafes, exquisite dining and many wineries in the area. The lot is situated amongst many executive homes and has a well in place. This is an opportunity waiting for you here in the heart of Prince Edward County! $229,900 MLS 2123359 Lori Slik
Stately Century Home, formerly the manse of the Anglican Church in Carrying Place. Large private lot surrounded by lilacs. This home boasts a centre hall plan and is full of upgrades throughout. New roof, windows, wiring, heating, kitchen, deck off the side, main floor laundry are just a few. Beautiful pine and maple floors.Country size kitchen and eating area. Spacious formal dining room with exposed brick and tin ceilings. Large master bedroom with ensuite. The sun room is finished and ideal for a family room/games/TV room. This 4 bedroom home is a pleasure to show. Close to the 401, Trenton and Belleville yet easily accessible to the `County` beaches. $275,000 MLS 2121237 Gail Forcht**
MILLFORD MILLPOND! Charm and character right on the Millford millpond! This early post-and-beam home offers three bedrooms, upgraded mechanicals and a delightful country kitchen leading to a large deck. Utterly charming decor, new roof, main floor bath and laundry area. A rare opportunity to find a waterfront property under $300,000! $264,000 MLS 2121947 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
This 4+ acre parcel includes a big, bright century farmhouse now completely upgraded. Newer kitchen, main floor laundry, main floor master and large 4piece bath, huge reception rooms plus four bedrooms upstairs! Outside, a 40’ x 60’ quonset hut and a large 2-storey block building offer huge potential for a home-based business. Reinvent yourself here in this perfect live/work situation! $399,000 MLS 2122840
Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
* Sales Representative
Perfect in-town Victorian on Picton’s most coveted street! Beautifully restored and decorated, this charmer boasts an ultra chef’s kitchen, a main floor den, pretty bedrooms, and a wonderful inground pool in the private garden. Two blocks to Main Street shops and services! $369,000. MLS 2125667 Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
Monica Liz Peter Jones* Klingenberg* Lynch*
Catherine Richard Deluce Stewart LLB
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Don’t be deceived by the Gothic Revival curb appeal… This hip rural retreat offers modern living with a respect for history. Along with large principal rooms and a spacious eat in kitchen and sitting area perfect for casual gatherings this home includes 2 large studio spaces great for added living or live/work options. A master with en suite is a rare find with homes of this era. The Southern exposure invites beautiful natural light and cool breezes off of Lake Ontario. Upon entering the home a sense of charm will be ignited as every room welcomes you with a relaxing and laid back atmosphere. Outside the home you are treated to 13 acres of beautiful green space including an established perennial garden offering enhanced summer outside living. A mixture of softwood/hardwood forest and trails lead you to areas filled with Sugarbush to be tapped for your private maple syrup source. A short leisurely walk leads you to North Beach Provincial Park and a winery. $432,000 MLS 2123548 Kate Vader* & Rob Plomer*
SHEBA'S ISLAND WATERFRONT! Meticulously-maintained waterfront home in one of the County's most in-demand communities! Spacious one-level living, plus guest suite, games room and family area in the walk-out lover level. Ideal for boaters, and swimmers with clean water, retractable dock and stunning views of the Sand Dunes! Updated mechanics, double garage and exquisite gardens. Huge deck for entertaining and for enjoying West Lake views. Move right in to this bright, impeccable, cheerful house! $549,900 MLS MLS 2124664 Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
Fabulous waterviews from an bright immaculate well maintained raised bungalow. Generous sized deck to enjoy an expansive view of Adolphus Reach. Propane fireplace in the living room/dining room, 3 bedrooms, plus full partially finished basement. Sunroom and back deck with private lot. Perfect for first time owners, retirees or a great getaway spot. Many upgrades. Close to wineries, restaurants, Fifth town cheese factory, Cider Company and vegetable/fruit stands. $198,500. MLS 2125602 Gail Forcht**
COME FOR THE VIEW.....STAY FOR THE LAYOUT! Look no further. Simplify you life with this fully renovated bungalow. One-storey living with finished walk out basement to accommodate weekend visitors! Situated 5 minutes from town, this waterfront home has a spectacular vista of the Bay. Swim or boat at your own front door. Surrounded by nature, this County home is just what you want! $675,000 MLS 2120207 Liz Jones*
CALLING ALL ARTISTS, DESIGNERS & ENTREPRENEURS! Two for the price of one! Spectacular "loft" renovation of a commercial building into a unique residence with heated concrete floors, working garage door wall, cantilevered bedroom and excellent live/work space. Adjoining it is a solid 3-bedroom house with many mechanical upgrades. Live in one; work in the other - or live in one; rent the other! Single garage and very private courtyard garden, too! $459,000 MLS 2122026 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
A STUNNING CUSTOM GEM ON THE SHORES OF LAKE ONTARIO! This meticulously-designed home features exemplary finishes and classic proportions, and takes full advantage of its extremely private setting at the end of a four-season road. Radiant in-floor heating, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and several walk-outs. Wraparound verandah and pergola. Optional main floor master plus three more bedrooms and office. Your ideal waterfront retreat in The County! $719,000 MLS 2122885 Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone* & Monica Klingenberg*
Tranquil setting 5 bedrm, 4 bath home, nestled among mature trees, rests on Black River. 3 level home features hardwood floors, ceramic in baths, new windows throughout, family rm with 15 ft cathedral ceilings, library with step down to sitting room with fireplace, 2 1/2 garage, skylights on 3rd floor, large closets throughout. Master bedrm on 2nd floor with walk in closet & 4 pc ensuite with jacuzzi tub. 4 season sunroom that brings the outdoors inside. Custom kitchen overlooks backyard with garden doors to 11x38 deck, perennial gardens. Waterfront is a canoe or kayaks paradise which leads to South Bay. $465,000 MLS 2124038 Lori Slik*
Century farmhouse features over 633 feet of waterfront with spectacular views overlooking Adolphus Reach. From the main house there is a winding road down through a wooded area and down to an acre of open space on the water. This property has unlimited potential with a century barn, boat ramp, cleared trails throughout the wooded area and only minutes from Lake on the Mountain and Glenora ferry. Come explore this one of a kind property here in the heart of Prince Edward County! $769,000 MLS 2124532 Peter Lynch*
A rare opportunity indeed! Exceptional spacious limestone Regency cottage;circa 1830-40 on 5.7 acres on a quiet secluded lane by a spring fed stream.The house retains many period details: wide pine flooring, mouldings, 2 stone fireplaces, oversized recessed windows and 9 ft. ceilings. Off the generous centre hall is a large livingroom with original fireplace and spacious main floor master bdrm including a bright office. The large windows on all sides create a light and airy feel. The large country kitchen keeps to tradition with an antique cast iron cook stove. An open-concept dining area and pantry are adjacent to the kitchen. The huge ground-floor studio with exposed beams and windows would suit an artist or could become a Great Room. The 2nd floor has been renovated in the period style of the house and offers additional living space with 2 bdrms. plus bath. Situated 10 mins. to the 401 with Belleville, Picton and Napanee accessible for shopping. $465,000 MLS 2123195 Gail Forcht**
SPECTACULAR OFF-GRID MASTERPIECE! Bay of Quinte Waterfront on 10 acres features impeccably-designed “green” home featured in magazines and on TV. Radiant floors, three bedrooms with ensuites, lots of natural light, its own wind tower and complete privacy. An absolutely oneof-a-kind opportunity just 10 minutes from the 401. Hurry for this one! $769,000 MLS 2121779 Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
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270 FEET OF WATERFRONT ON HUYCK’S POINT! A waterfront manor house on one of the County’s most-coveted roads! This gracious property features walled gardens, oak-paneled rooms, a two-storey great room, and 270 feet of spectacular Lake Ontario shoreline! Outstanding four-season solarium, mature trees, and a waterside studio/cottage/guest house are all huge features. $785,000 MLS 2124793 Laurie Gruer*, Sam Simone*, Monica Klingenberg*
REAWAKENED 'SETTLER'S DREAM' Immaculate home located in the heart of Picton - rejuvenated with modern flare and care for the quality of the original architecture. Re-landscaped yard and fresh curb appeal are just the beginning. A grand entry way with soaring ceilings connects you to distinguished living areas featuring restored hardwood flooring, radiant against abundant natural light. A curved stair case swifts you upstairs to 3 spacious bedrooms boasting deep window sills. Master Bedroom has a spacious walk in closet that includes laundry hook up. A gourmet kitchen centred at the heart of the home features stainless steel appliances, built in oven and microwave, centre island with cook top, country inspired cabinetry, sitting area for two and walk out to the screened in porch perfect for the trendy entertainer! An intimate family room opens from the kitchen. This reawakened Second Empire brick home is now in brand-new condition! $469,000. MLS 2125650 Kate Vader* & Rob Plomer*
Live year round in the main house loft with a triple car garage below and room for the RV plus a`Bill Burrows` built insulated cottage at the waterfront with a great open concept design and high ceilings. Beautiful private lot with mature trees. Main living loft is recently renovated with new forced air heating, hardwood floors, skylights, tall ceilings and open concept design. A great place for family & friends or home business; seasonal with rental potential. Protected area at the shore for your boat. $498,000 MLS 2124709 Gail Forcht**
GREAT VIEWS OVER THE BAY! Classic Picton Victorian right on the edge of town! Circular drive and expansive lawns lead up to the wide verandah, perfect for summer entertaining! Inside there are generous reception rooms, a wonderful family kitchen, a large family room, five bedrooms and four baths. Two fireplaces, pine floors, and interesting gothic windows. This would make a great weekend retreat or an impressive full-time residence and it's just steps from cafes, shops, and the theatre. Opportunity! $795,000 MLS 2122801 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
* Sales Representative
Monica Liz Peter Jones* Klingenberg* Lynch*
Catherine Richard Deluce Stewart LLB
Pres. & CEO Broker of Record
Vise President Legal Counsel
Toronto - Head Office
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
THE PICTON GAZETTE
Waterfront with sandy shore, 5 Acres overlooking Waupoos Island. Impeccable 1830s Stone home with 2nd storey early addition plus more recent architecturally designed great room, master & lower rec-room professionally designed. Yesteryear charm with completely updated & modern conveniences. Spacious Master bedroom with large windows & balcony overlooking tended dwarf apple trees & strawberries which reduces maintenance. Spa ensuite & generous walk-in closet. Integrity of original character is displayed with the deeply recessed window sills, wide baseboard, & tall ceilings. Centre hall plan. Care & attention to retain on the interior some of the original stone exterior. Luxury & modern touches with skylights, wrap around maintenance free deck, newer windows and a kitchen designed for entertaining. The luxury of generous space but easy to maintain. Breezeway & double attached garage. Pride of ownership is evident throughout. Dock at the shore. $795,000 MLS 2124385 Gail Forcht**
This elegant waterfront home sits on a 2.26 acre lot high on a knoll to capture the panoramic views of the Bay of Quinte. The sloping back yard with heated inground pool and board walk to the waters edge is an oasis for all nature enthusiasts. This open concept home has a gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops, large great room with fireplace, separate dinning room, stained Brazillian cherry hardwood floors throughout, vaulted ceilings, 9 ft. ceilings throughout, large master bedroom with fireplace and walk out to private deck, professional landscaping, large screened in sun room with deck, 3.5 car garage with 4 doors, main floor laundry and only minutes from Trenton and Belleville. $1,100,000 MLS 2123794 Lori Slik*
This delightful waterfront home is situated on Main Street in the charming village of Wellington. It also includes 4 immaculate insulated cottages with patios and one insulated overnight suite and 5 docks as a commercial enterprize. The main house has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. All on municipal services. Located near Sandbanks on Wellington Channel to Lake Ontario. A great opportunity! Turn-key operation. $799,000 MLS 2122357 Lori Slik*
LOOKING FOR COMPLETE PRIVACY ON BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT? This beautiful stone residence offers impeccable design and quality on 11+ acres of spectacular land, minutes from Picton and from the 401. Vaulted ceilings, distinctive poplar plank floors, an outstanding master suite with a private terrace, plus remarkable views from every window! Don't miss the waterside gazebo and entertainment terrace! Moor your boat at the dock and watch the sailboats drift by on Long Reach. This is a historical home of the future! $1,199,000 MLS 2122218 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
Enjoy the panoramic water views from almost every room in the home. 9ft ceilings in the lower level with large 2nd master bedroom and walkout to the patio. Main living area offers bright and spacious rooms with walkouts to the cedar deck. Custom kitchen with Diamastone countertops, stainless steel appliances, soft closing drawers and an abundance of storage. Perfect for entertaining, the kitchen opens up to the large dining room with the wall of windows and 20ft ceilings. The open concept flows into the Living Room with pot lighting throughout, new heat producing fireplace with glass door and screens built in. Private suite and 2 spacious bdrms for guests and family. Treed ravine leads to the waters edge or drive down to the protected cove below. Walking trails and room for pool and tennis court. Home is beautifully landscaped with extensive gardens. Impeccable home in a desirable location only minutes to Picton and 10 minutes from the 401. $819,000 MLS 2124354 Gail Forcht**
BAY OF QUINTE CUSTOM ESTATE! Impeccably-designed and meticulously-finished residence on 2 acres with private harbour for your boat! 4 fireplaces, 3 bedrooms, 5 baths and triple garage. Extensive terraces and huge screened atrium. Your own gym and media room, too! Excellent location on Rednersville Road! $1,795,000 MLS 2123136 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
NORTHPORT HOUSE: A COUNTY LANDMARK SINCE 1811!
THERAPY ON THE BAY - This handsome home sits on 3.5 acres and features a large family room with a propane fireplace, formal dining room, new custom kitchen, large guest bedrooms all with ensuite baths, Master bedroom with walk-in closet, private balcony overlooking the lake and a sophisticated master bath with steam shower, in-floor heating and jacuzzi tub. There are 2 cottages on the property both with views of the lake and a 100x40 boat slip plus a 2800 sq. foot storage barn. Professional landscaping by Scott Wentworth with outdoor shower, hot tub and spa pool. Don`t miss out on this terrific opportunity. $929,000 MLS 2124784 Rob Plomer* & Kate Vader*
This grand 5.5 acre estate on the Bay of Quinte is unmatched in terms of architectural integrity. Scale or quality of finishes - all on professionally landscaped grounds set back from the road. The waterfront of over 560` offers a protected & private harbour for your boat, stone seawalls & a private pebble beach. A separate 3-bay carriage house provides office space and outstanding accommodation for guests! $1,950,000 MLS 2122400 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
Three bedroom main house, two-bedroom guest house plus waterside studio/bunkie! Hundreds of feet of waterfront including sandy beach, dock, and long spit of land reaching into West Lake. House features vaulted ceilings, full-length sunroom, and wonderful entertaining areas, including spa and sauna. Weekends were made for a house like this! Triple garage, and enviable privacy.
A MILE OF LAKE ONTARIO WATERFRONT! 158-acre parcel of farmland, an updated century home, and 6,000' of beautiful limestone shoreline. Spectacular location at the end of a cul-de-sac provides wonderful privacy and incomparable sunsets! Great vineyard potential, too! Extensive stone landscaping and terracing, landmark barn and other outbuildings. 15 minutes from Picton, close to Point Petre. $3,450,000 MLS 2123782 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
$969,000 MLS 2122724 Laurie Gruer* & Sam Simone*
* Sales Representative
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Catherine Richard Deluce Stewart LLB
Pres. & CEO Broker of Record
Vise President Legal Counsel
Toronto - Head Office
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NEW - WATERFRONT BUILDING LOTS $174,900
Call or email me for rates today! LOT 21 & LOT 22 SCHENK STREET. Two adjacent 1 acre level lots in executive subdivision on Adolphus Reach. Very nice shoreline with breathtaking sunset waterview. Rock & sand bottom. Located 3 miles from the Glenora Ferry. Convenient to Picton, Kingston & Napanee. MLS 837406 and MLS 837478
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COUNTRY HOME GLENORA ROAD This lovely 12+ acre property is in a lovely part of Prince Edward County, only minutes to downtown Picton, fine dining, theatre, and shopping. This partially cleared building lot is currently home to birds, wildlife and a variety of fruit trees. The 36x34' heated garage is drywalled with windows and flooring - a perfect place to live while you build your dream home. Drilled well, entrance and hydro service is already in place. MLS 2125681
Attention families...this could be your first home! With four large bedrooms, two full baths, two outbuildings, and two acres, this home is meant to be lived in by a family. The important renovations are complete. Features of a home of this era are intact, e.g. large living room, fireplace, wide front porch, and even a few sloping floors! Excellent value in a central location between Picton and Belleville. Carries for less than you would pay for a rental home in Picton. MLS 2125420
A 6.82 acre property on Loyalist Parkway in a busy shopping area at the edge of Picton`s commercial core. Suitable future uses may include franchise food chain, retail, warehouse and distribution businesses. Current zoning is a mix of rural and institutional. The area is level with municipal water to the lot. A fantastic opportunity! MLS 2123808
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Lovely custom bungalow on West Lake in a community setting. Over 2400sqft of finished space on two levels. Three bedrooms, two full baths and a wall of windows with gorgeous views! The channel allows you to dock your boat at your own property. The double detached garage is a perfect place to store your toys! Beautiful finishes, bright open concept living and dining areas, and full length deck - perfect for entertaining. MLS 2121429
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$29,900 Building Lot Minutes from Picton
$115,000 Lake Ontario Waterfront Lot - SOLD
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$199,000 Waterfront Building Lot on Adolphus Reach
$219,000 Waterfront Building Lot on Long Point
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Active convenience store in a superb location across from Picton LCBO, on the main road from Picton to Sandbanks Provincial Park, with significant drive-by traffic. The business currently has Ontario Lottery, dry cleaning drop-off depot, and convenience items including grocery, drinks and ice. Includes a 3 bedroom detached single family bungalow with large detached garage - excellent storage. This is a well-run turnkey business. MLS
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Waterview building lot located at Prinyer’s Cove. Close to public park & boat launch. MLS 2124269. RON & VERONICA NORTON
Lovely 2.9 acre partially wooded building lot with new blasted well. MLS 2121963. MARY JANE MILLS
Exclusive Pineridge Subdivision. Fully serviced upper level lot ready for construction. MLS 2122323. HERB PLIWISCHKIES
Building lot with deeded access to Long Reach in the Bay of Quinte. 10 mins. to Picton & 401. MLS 2120224. RON & VERONICA NORTON
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Great building lot just outside of town. Property is subject to severance. MLS 2123601. RON & VERONICA NORTON
1100 sq.ft. shell with exposed metal trusses and studs. Home could be 2 or 3 bdrms, 2 bath, finished your way. MLS 2124449. RON & VERONICA NORTON
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Beautiful 50 acre parcel, comes with blasted well. 10 minutes from Picton. MLS 2124207. COLLEEN GREEN
Semi-detached 3 bed, 2 bath home located in McCauley Village w/ open verandah on front and side. MLS 2123365. TED SURRIDGE
Edge of town - outstanding private yard, 3 bdrm, 2 bath. woodstove, covered deck. MLS 2120124. DONNA & NICK HAWRYLUK
130 ft. waterfront lot convenient to Belleville & Picton. Easy water access. Good fishing area. MLS 2120209. HERB PLIWISCHKIES
Mid-renovation! Large open concept main floor, w/ hardwood & ceramic floors. 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom. MLS 2125605. RON & VERONICA NORTON
BRIGHTON. Brick home with 2 units, perfect for an investor or extended family in need of an in-law suite. MLS 2125398. MARY JANE MILLS
Tel: 613.476.5399 Cell: 613.921.7441
Debbie McKinney Sales Rep
Tel: 613.476.5900 Cell: 613.885.1485 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Gale Sales Rep.
4 bedroom, 2 bath. Great views of the Town of Picton and the Bay from the deck and rear yard. MLS 2124529. RON & VERONICA NORTON
35.8 acres of land with 2 small barns and a greenhouse. Has an approx. 35 ft. drilled well, ideal location for vineyard. MLS 2123301. TED SURRIDGE
3 bdrm, 1 bath cozy home. 1 floor living with deck off living room. Just past Lake on the Mountain. MLS 2124618. RON & VERONICA NORTON
Level, treed waterfront lot with drilled well, over 1 acre facing west. MLS 2120634. DONNA & NICK HAWRYLUK
Res: 613.476.1874 Cell: 613.242.7295 email@example.com
Tel: 613.922.2251 firstname.lastname@example.org
4 bdrms, 1 acre, 1 minute to downtown Picton! New 2 stage furnacevery inexpensive to heat! MLS 2122202. TONY SCOTT
Cell: 613.967.9305 ChristineHenden.com
Mary Jane Mills
Tel: 613.476.5900 Cell: 613.921.0028 email@example.com
Marc Ouellette Sales Rep
Tel: 613.476.5900 Cell: 613.849.8864 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rightonthemarc.ca
Tony Scott Sales Rep
Tel: 613.476.5900 Cell: 613.503-0046 email@example.com
3 bdrm brick bungalow, minutes outside Picton. Full finished basement perfect for an in-law suite. MLS 2125463. MARY JANE MILLS
NORTH MARYSBURGH – 159 acres. Approximately 120 acres worked, balance mixed woods & pasture. Asking less than $1,700 per acre! MLS 2123675. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
PICTON WESTWIND CONDO. Glenora Bldg., 3rd floor unit, 1400 sq.ft. with cathedral ceilings, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, insuite laundry, enclosed balcony. Well-maintained building with on-site Super. MLS 2124210. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
Bungalow w/ in-law suite sitting on 5+ acres with land on both sides of the creek to Pleasant Bay. MLS 2122018. RON & VERONICA NORTON
3+2 bdrm, 2 bath home with walkout lower level. Approx 2300 sq.ft. of living space. MLS 2125036. RON & VERONICA NORTON
PROSPECT ST. PICTON. All brick bungalow with inlaw suite in lower level. Main level offers 3 bedrooms, 4-pce bath, spacious living room with fireplace. Large lot with fenced inground pool. MLS 2121863. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
FIVE ACRE WATERFRONT BUILDING LOT. Private setting for your new home! Completely wooded, 300 ft. of shoreline on Long Reach. Escarpment setting, panoramic view across the Reach. Just 10 mins. From Picton & Hwy 401. MLS 2121717. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
Ontario St. century home very well maintained & decorated. MLS 2121959. HERB PLIWISCHKIES
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18 PRINCETON PLACE, THURLOW 1 yr old end unit townhome with contemporary finishes and excellent upgrades. 3 bdrms, 3 baths. MLS 2124962. DEBBIE MCKINNEY
Another price reduction! Can’t believe this is not sold. Solid 3 bed 2 bath home. This home is worth a visit. Vendor wants it SOLD. MLS 2122914. KEVIN GALE
3 bdrm home with finished basement & 2 car garage not far from Sandbanks. MLS 2124016. KEVIN GALE
Bringing Buyers from Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and across Canada to Vendors in the County!
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012 f RE/7
THE PICTON GAZETTE
Potential Insurance issues with older homes Every week I come across items in a home that insurance providers flag as unacceptable or have a potential of high risk. House insurance is intended to protect homeowners against most unforeseeable circumstances or accidents, but not predictable or inevitable events. Given that insurance companies continually compile and review the causes for insurance claims, they are capable of more accurately evaluating their risk associated with certain building components that have a high claim frequency. To minimize their risk, insurance companies are requiring certain inspections or upgrades to high risk building components be completed to provide home insurance on certain (often new) insurance policies. Their policy modifications are not necessarily related to building code changes and requirements, or technological advancements, but rather are developed to reduce the risk of insurance companies from having to pay out on homeowner claims. In spite of the wide range of specific inspections and upgrade requirements, there are several common areas associated with homeowner’s insurance that concern insurance companies.
Aluminum Electrical Distribution Wiring
Single strand aluminum distribution wiring was installed in many homes between 1968 and 1978 (approximately). Due to its tendency to oxidize and its incompatibility with certain fittings designed for use with copper wiring, aluminum wiring has been determined to overheat in certain situations. As long as proper connections are used, and the connections are made without damaging the wire, aluminum wiring is however considered safe. For years, the presence of aluminum wiring in a home has been an item that, if installed and managed properly, has not been a safety concern. However, more recently, several insur ance companies have been requiring (for new insurance policies) that the aluminum wiring be inspected by an ESA (Electrical Safety Authority) inspector, and if necessary, requiring certain upgrades or repairs to fixtures in the home or in some cases, requiring replacement of the aluminum wiring with copper wiring.
60-amp Electrical Services
60-amp Electrical Services were commonly installed in homes prior to
1950. The term "60 amps" represents the maximum amount of current that a home may use from the local utility at one time. It is currently common to install a 100 amp electrical service (as a minimum) in new home construction. 60 amp main electrical service is considered small by today’s standards; it is not inherently considered an unsafe system. However, there are two common safety issues often associated with older, 60 amp services. These include increased risk of amateurish/unsafe historic electrical repairs and improper fuse size installations associated with the 60 amp system; both of these items can cause overheating of distribution wiring in the home, potentially causing an electrical fire.
Knob and Tube Wiring
Knob and tube wiring is characterized by separately run hot and neutral wires, paper insulated wires, ceramic insulators and the absence of junction boxes at wire splices. If this type of wiring has been professionally maintained since its original installation, is often still a very safe system. However, ungrounded conditions, improper modifications and amateurish home owner repairs of this type of wiring can lead to certain safety/fire issues; this is the main reason why knob and tube
wiring is considered a higher risk than contemporary wiring installations. Regardless of the actual rationale for the insurance companies concerns with 60 amp services and knob and tube wiring, their mere presence in a home is currently a common trigger for further review/upgrades to an older electrical system. Upgrading these components often reduces the insurance company’s risk of an electrical fire and subsequent claim.
Galvanized supply and distribution piping was historically installed in homes prior to 1950. These pipes commonly rust or corrode from the inside out, often reducing the pressure or restricting the flow of water or worse yet, leaking and creating flood damage to a home. Given that many galvanized pipe installations have recently reached their estimated life expectancies, the risk of a pipe leak occurring and the potential for flood damage is high. Some insurance companies are now refusing to provide homeowner's insurance on houses with this type of plumbing.
Fuel Oil Tanks
Fuel oil tanks have been installed
QUINTE LTD. BROKERAGE EXCLUSIVE
1.7 acre waterfront century home – sandy beach. MARC OUELLETTE
ACKERMAN ST., PICTON. Features contemporary style open concept with separate dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, lovely hardwood & ceramic floors. Owner will consider all offers! MLS 2116063. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
Beautiful 3-4 bed, 2 bath 1800’s farmhouse updated with newer board & batton. Sits on 80 acres of rolling farmland. MLS 2125167. TONY SCOTT
5.75 ACRES ON LOYALIST PKWY. Beautifully-maintained home, 2 bedrooms, large bathroom, living room with woodburning fireplace, dining room, 2 spacious bedrooms plus a full, high, basement. MLS 2123226. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
across Canada for decades, although they are more common in eastern Canada. In many cases the fuel oil tanks are original or greater than 20 years old. As fuel oil tank/distribution system installations age, the probability for leakage from rust, corrosion, damage, etc. also increases. If a fuel oil leak occurs and goes undetected, the environmental cleanup for such a situation can be immense. The TSSA (Technical Standards Safety Authority) requires all fuel oil installations be inspected by a licensed TSSA/HVAC technician every 10 years. Fuel oil distributors may also refuse delivery to any residence they feel is not in compliance with the current regulation. Other insurance company concerns can range from fireplaces/wood stoves to roof conditions to asbestos. All wood burning appliances should be inspected by a WETT (Wood Energy Technical Transfer) certified inspector. Given the wide range of potential concerns, it is important for homebuyers to verify specific requirements with the insurance company they intend to use. This article is provided by local REALTORS® and the Ontario Real Estate Association for the benefit of consumers in the real estate market.
1 Lake Street, PICTON, ON 613.476.5900 304 Main Street, WELLINGTON,ON 613.399.5900 or Toll Free 1.888.217.0166 NEW PRICE
Unique 2 bdrm log home nestled on a nice deep waterfront lot on the Bay of Quinte. MLS 2125630. KEVIN GALE
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4+ bdrms, 3 baths w/self-contained 2 bdrm apartment, near Sandbanks beach. MLS 2107193. TONY SCOTT
FAMILY FARM FOR SALE. Situated in N. Marysburgh, this farm features a 25-year old brick bungalow with full-finished lower level (possible in-law suite!), barn-type building previously used for horses & 105 acres. MLS 2123668. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
1870’s 5 bdrm farmhouse, 3700 sq.ft. living space, inground pool, cabana, wet bar & screened in sitting room. MLS 2121472. TONY SCOTT
Great Well! Fill your pool and water your gardens without hesitation! Beautiful country home in gorgeous rural location. Central to Trenton, Belleville and Picton. MLS 2123547. RON & VERONICA NORTON
Beautifully renovated 1870’s farmhouse with full workshop and garage sitting on 2 acres overlooking Lake Ontario in Cressy. MLS 2124624. TONY SCOTT
150 acre waterfront Equestrian facility with renovated farmhouse. Pool, cabana and wet bar. MLS 2121474. TONY SCOTT
Stunning 3.7 acre Lake Ontario waterfront building lot. 5 min. from Wellington and 25 min. south of 401. MLS 2124537. RON & VERONICA NORTON
PICTON – CIRCA 1890. Gracious, solid-brick, completely restored. Features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, separate dining & living rooms. Spacious yard, garage/workshop. MLS 2121995. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
5000sq.ft. home w/ great view of Bay of Quinte, sitting on 7 acres that includes a 10 stall barn. MLS 2125057. RON & VERONICA NORTON
242 WILLIAM ST BELLEVILLE 20 year old Georgian style custom built home in old East Hill Belleville. Professional landscaping, sprinkler system. MLS 2125268. DEBBIE MCKINNEY REDUCED
13 acre Waupoos Island property with sandy shores, views of Lake Ontario. MLS 2123349. COLLEEN GREEN
TWO ROAD FRONTAGES IN PICTON. Farm with lovely 4-bedroom house, huge barn & other outbuildings situated on 52 acres. Ideal location for commercial & residential development. MLS 2115169. CHRISTINE & COLIN HENDEN
INCOME POTENTIAL. 4 bdrm, 2 bath cape cod style home overlooking Long Reach. Lots of room for family or entertaining. MLS 2120845. TONY SCOTT
1.5 yr old award winning custom built home, professionally designed & decorated. 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms. MLS 2124455. MARY JANE MILLS
Beautiful building lots, ready to go with wells on quiet country road. Lot 2 Mitchells Crossroad MLS 2124279, $111,000 Lot 3 Mitchells Crossroad MLS 2124276, $74,000 Lot 4 Mitchells Crossroad MLS 2124281, $74,000
Bringing Buyers from Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and across Canada to Vendors in the County!
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012
QUINTE LTD., BROKERAGE 106 NORTH FRONT ST. BELLEVILLE 613-969-9907 1 LAKE STREET PICTON 613-476-5900
THE PICTON GAZETTE
cell 613-921-7441 firstname.lastname@example.org
AS GOOD AS IT GETS! Over 3200` waterfront in Waupoos situated on 3 parcels totalling 149 Acres. Potential for 7 lots. Same owner since 1954. Swiss style 1700 sq. ft. chalet beautifully landscaped. This property has magnificent views featuring gently sloping waterfront and the Rock. Call for your exclusive viewing.
$1,999,000 MLS 2124616
PICTON BAY Well priced waterfront bungalow on Picton Bay. Approx. 3000 sq ft of living space. Clean shoreline with dock and boatlift. 2 decks. Double garage and triple garage out building. 4 bedrooms, walkout basement. A lot of house.
$569,000 MLS 2124266
PICTON BAY EXECUTIVE
Live on Picton Bay! Golf and lakeside living is here in this stunning waterfront walkout bungalow. Many recent updates. Inground 16 x 32 pool, walkout deck and balcony. Large model kitchen, recently updated. 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Walk-out basement adds added living area to this waterfront home. Open vaulted ceilings with large windows flood this home with natural light & provide picturesque view.
$494,000 MLS 2121700
GLENORA FERRY WATERVIEW Stunning 360 degree views from this lovely Lake on the Mountain raised bungalow. This 245` x 413` property captures some of the most incredible views in all of Prince Edward County. New cherrywood kitchen with quartz countertops, new appliances, 2 new bathrooms, new hardwood, ceramic & carpet flooring throughout. In addition, new roof, siding, windows and new gas forced-air furnace. Hallmark concrete and fibreglass in-ground swimming pool. Screened in gazebo at edge of property offers simply no better view of the Glenora Ferry, Adolphustown & Hayward Long Reach. Only 10 minutes to Picton.
$439,000 MLS 2122328
BAY OF QUINTE ESTATE This property is being sold in `as is` condition. Large 1960`s bungalow nicely set back from road. 133` waterfront on Bay of Quinte. `A diamond in the rough.` Quick possession. Ideal new home site. Partially gutted, carpets, flooring and all chattels removed.
$399,000 MLS 2125466
ADOLPHUS REACH A diamond in the rough. Spectacular views of Adolphus Reach. 100ft. waterfront, steep access. Very private. Large workshop with loft. Grand fireplace, vaulted ceilings. Needs some restoration. Could be a showpiece.
$309,000 MLS 2124909
BLACK RIVER Beautiful lot with 252` of river front. Nicely treed & level. 3 bedroom brick bungalow needs cosmetics. Quick possession. Full basement.
$249,000 MLS 2125271
TERRIFIC VALUE MUSCOTE BAY 130` waterfront lot convenient to Belleville and Picton. Nice homes in area. Road is in to the property. Well priced at $175,000. Easy water access. Good fishing area.
$155,000 MLS 2120209
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012 f RE/9
THE PICTON GAZETTE
102 Main Street, Picton
The Gold Standard in Prince Edward County $299,000
Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage*
*Independently owned & operated
$349,000 NEW LISTING MLS 2125546
WEST LAKE WATERFRONT OWNED
• 6 BEDROOMS, 2 MAIN FLOOR • 2 BATHS • LARGE STEEL BARN • ONE OWNER HOME • WOULD MAKE GREAT WEEKLY
$138,900 MLS 2124925
• LARGE LOT, OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN • FRESH PAINT AND CARPET • FULL BASEMENT W/WALKOUT • READY FOR YOUR FINISHING
Gary Morden Broker
170 MAIN STREET, WELLINGTON
• FULLY UPDATED 3 BEDROOM • JUST MOVE IN • PINE FLOORS, HIGH CEILINGS • 20X40 INGROUND POOL, • 67 X 323 SERVICED LOT • NEAR DOCK AND LCBO
• INCREDIBLE BUILDING LOT • EVERYTHING YOU WANT • 5.8 ACRES, LARGE POND • STREAM AND WOODS • TRAILS, OPEN MEADOW • PEACEFUL AND PRIVATE
$158,900 MLS 2123647
SUPERB BLOOMFIELD BUNGALOW 21 PHOTOS
• CARRIES FOR LESS THAN MOST RENTS • 2+ BEDROOMS. HUGE LIVING RM • NEW FLOORING & RECENTLY PAINTED • VINYL SIDING. NEWER WINDOWS • GAS FURNACE & MUNICIPAL WATER • FULL HIGH BASEMENT
$169,000 MLS 2124756
• 23 AC. PRIME VINYARD LAND • OUTBUILDING-MACHINE SHOP • SPACIOUS 2 STOREY HOME • A PLEASURE TO SHOW • EXCELLENT WATER SUPPLY • HILLIER CREEK ON PROPERTY
Jason, Kevin & Sandy Young
Jason, Kevin & Sandy Young Sales Reps.
PICTON INDUSTRIAL PARK • 8000 SQ.FT. W/CORNER SITE • LRG SHOWROOM, KIT, MEETING ROOM & 6 BATHROOMS • MFG/SERVICE AREA W/16 FT CEILINGS Broker • 3 OVERHEAD 12 FT X 12 FT DOORS www.bevskidmore.com • AIR CONDITIONED email@example.com • ELEVATOR, LOTS OF PAVED PARKING
$335,000 MLS 2121618
• LOVELY SETTING, 32 ACRES W/TRAILS • 1700 SQ. FT. R-2000 BUNGALOW • MAIN FLOOR LAUNDRY • BRIGHT SPACIOUS ROOMS • DETACHED 25'X35' STEEL BUILDING • GOOD WATER SUPPLY HERE!
• 3 BEDROOM HOME WITH A MAIN FLOOR
MASTER BEDROOM • FAMILY SIZE KITCHEN • LARGE DECK WITH RETRACTABLE AWNING • SPACIOUS REAR YARD • 21`X 28` INSULATED GARAGE/ WORKSHOP WITH POWER
$254,900 MLS 2124952
PRIVATE ON PROSPECT
OPEN CONCEPT SETTING
• LIVE + WORK HERE • STEPS TO GOVERNMENT DOCKS, LCBO AND SANDBANKS RESTAURANT
$1,199,999 MLS 2106157
• EXECUTIVE WATERFRONT HOME • CLOSE TO TRENTON & BELLEVILLE • PARK SETTING ON BAY OF QUINTE • 4+1 BEDROOMS, 5 BATHROOMS • FULL WALK-OUT BASEMENT • BEAUTIFUL SHORE WITH DOCKS
COTTAGE ON TELEGRAPH NARROWS CUSTOM BUILT EXECUTIVE • PRIVATE LOCATION WITH DOCK & BOAT • OVER 2500 SQ.FT. ON MAIN FLOOR
• 3 BEDROOMS • LIVING RM WITH FIREPLACE Broker • FAMILY RM WITH WINDOWS ON 3 SIDES firstname.lastname@example.org www.bayofquintehomes.com • WRAP-AROUND DECK • EXCELLENT FISHING, BOATING, SWIMMING
$229,000 MLS 2123363
• 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH • OPEN CONCEPT DESIGN • INGROUND POOL • GEOTHERMAL HEATING/COOLING • 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE
$349,900 MLS 2120461
$279,000 MLS 2121630
THE VIEW IS SPECTACULAR!
• 150 FEET OF EXCELLENT GLENORA RD. WATERFRONT
• DESIRABLE FOOTPRINT AS HOME SITS VERY CLOSE TO THE WATER
• 9 FOOT WIDE WRAP-AROUND VERANDAH • LARGE BAYSIDE LIVING ROOM WITH 2 FIREPLACES
• ONLY MINUTES FROM PICTON
Teal Baverstock Sales Rep
• BEAUTIFUL NEW AND RUSTIC COTTAGE WITH APPROX 250' OF NATURE FILLED MARSHFRONT • FANTASTIC SUNSETS, BOATING, FISHING, BIRDWATCHING AND SWIMMING
• 4 BDRMS, 2 BATHROOMS, PINE FLOORS THROUGHOUT WITH MANY UPGRADES
email@example.com • LARGE, MATURE LOT LOCATED THROUGH A GATED SUMMER TRAILER PARK www.tealbaverstock.com
• GREAT FAMILY COTTAGE AND COMES FULLY FURNISHED!!
• 1.5 ACRE ISLAND FULL OF MATURE TREES • OPEN CONCEPT W CATHEDRAL CEILINGS • 3+ BEDRMS, 1 BATH W CLAWFOOT TUB • SOLAR ELECTRICITY, PROPANE KITCHEN APPLIANCES
• WOOD BURNING F/P, LG WEST FACING DECK • PERFECT RENTAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY
$249,000 MLS 2121340
HOUSE $309,990 OPEN Sunday 1:30 - 3pm MLS 2121786
21 Main Street, Picton
• CENTURY BRICK FULL OF HISTORY AND • FOUR LEVELS OF LIVING SPACE • 3 BEDROOMS, DINING AREA, FAMILY ROOM CHARACTER PLUS REC ROOM • 2 'FREE STANDING' GAS FIREPLACES • 2 CAR GARAGE WITH PAVED DRIVE • LOVELY, PRIVATE LOT IN A GREAT NEIGHBOURHOOD
RENO UNDERWAY ON BALANCE OF SPACE FOR A
2 BEDROOM HOME WITH 11` CEILINGS AND
COMMERCIAL / RESIDENTIAL
• VERSATILE 1800 SQ FT BUILDING ON MAIN • FRONT OFFICE/RETAIL AREA COMPLETE, PLUS
• UPGRADED KITCHEN AND BATHS • CENTER HALL PLAN WITH FOUR BEDROOMS • ORIGINAL PINE AND HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT
• ENCLOSED HEATED FOUR SEASON PORCH
Pat Benson Moore Sales Rep.
Jason, Kevin & Sandy Young Sales Reps.
• LARGE IN TOWN LOT 51'X190' • WELL CARED FOR BUNGALOW • 2 BEDROOMS, FULL BATH • NATURAL GAS HEAT • DETACHED GARAGE/WORKSHOP • QUIET STREET IN PICTON
• IN TOWN BUNGALOW • WITH LOFT FOR STUDIO • MAIN FLR BDRMS & LAUNDRY • PRIVATE YARD & DECK • NEWER 2.5 CAR GARAGE • CLOSE TO YACHT CLUB
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011
THE PICTON GAZETTE
l COMMERCIAL BUSINESS
$985,000 Privacy, unobstructed views, spectacular sunsets with magnificent home. Professionally landscaped, circular driveway, mature trees & excellent shoreline. Gourmet kitchen, radiant in floor heating, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths,attached triple garage. Expansive decking overlooks the parklike setting sweeping down to the water. MLS® 2113636
$229,900 Lovely all brick 2 storey home on large lot close to schools. Presently duplexed into 2 living spaces with leases to expire this fall. Gas forced air furnace, double side drive for parking. Two 4 piece baths on each level. Great price and value! Won't last long. MLS® 2122925
BUSINESS & CONDO
$157,000 Successful restaurant business and premises within condo complex in a unique heritage building in downtown Picton. Restaurant seats 26, seasonal patio seats 20. Lucrative business with transferrable liquor license. Equipment and furniture included. Perfect for sole owner or couple. MLS® 2113287
Elizabeth Crombie Sales Representative 104 Main Street, Picton
613.476.2700 or toll free
$289,000 Charming waterfront home (1836) in the villiage of Northport. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, lovely setting; a special place to live in the County`. Dock included; small old barn. 45 minutes to Kingston, 30 minutes to Belleville, 20 minutes to Picton, and 10 minutes from the 401. MLS® 2124063
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$215,000 Owner has made more improvements on this home which sits on extra large corner lot in Bloomfield. 2nd floor is open, no interior dividing walls. Hardwood floors in some rooms. New roof May 2012. 12X20' deck with railings, patio door and 12X18' one storey addition with new foundation done in August 2012. Estimates to finish renovations available. MLS ®2121882
MAPLE AVENUE, PICTON
$297,500 Century home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths completely redone. Wonderful high ceilings with original staircase and stain glass in foyer. In ground salt water pool (low maintenance) with walk out stairs, newer windows, new fence and deck in back yard. Kitchen reno done 2 years ago and updated upstairs bathroom has original claw foot tub. Quiet street. MLS® 2124833
$219,000 Designer decor, open concept, floor to ceiling windows overlooking the water, pine walls, patio doors to private backyard with lots of trees, main floor laundry, living room with gas fireplace, master suite with lots of closet space. This home is not on the water but best thing to it! Taxes $1433. A great deal for a big piece of paradise. MLS ®2122809
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TOWN HILL PLACE
$549,000 Elegant townhome living in this heritage inspired, maintenance free stone, brick and wood exterior townhome. 1,675 sq ft of living space on 3 floors & 385 sq ft basement & 333 sq ft garage & elevator. Custom kitchen & bath cabinetry & granite surfacing throughout with premium appliances and furniture included. MLS® 2106310
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012 f RE/11
THE PICTON GAZETTE
MLS®#: 2123418 The mount Carmel M.E. Church, now converted into a lovely 2 bedroom open concept home.
MLS®#:2124958 Incredible 4 bedroom waterfront home with 3 car garage on Pleasant Bay.
Great opportunity for your new business venture in Bloomfield.
Spacious 3 bdrm bungalow with attached garage and 3+ acre lot.
Beautiful waterfront bungalow featuring 320 feet of frontage.
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Well maintained bungalow on a 1+ acre lot. This one wont last!
Beautiful brick bungalow in Picton with wheelchair access.
Circa 1843, very spacious brick 2 storey home with a 2+ acre lot.
Custom home built on a 2.6 acre waterfront lot in a desired location on Rednersville Road.
Ordered perfection the complete renovation and remodelling of this waterfront home is exquisite.
MLS®#: 2120657 MLS®#:2124059
Great value freehold bungalow featuring premium golf course lot.
Lovely 4 level split Duvanco built home with open concept.
Immaculate all brick bungalow with a park like lot.
Gorgeous open concept bungalow on Lake Consecon.
Breathtaking 4.80 acre waterfront lot featuring 2 storey home.
MLS®#: 2124533 Waterfront
MLS®#: 2123961 Benson Model (1030 sq ft) 3 bdrm bungalow with full basement
Nature lovers retreat of 76+ acres quaint cabin with lovely views.
An exceptional 2.80 acre waterfront lot on East Lake.
Very affordable Bay of Quinte waterfront lot on a quiet street.
MLS®#: 2124154 Loyalist Model (1465 sq ft). 3 bdrm bungalow with a lovely 2 acre lot.
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MLS®#: 2121480 A premium Picton building lot with foundation and driveway already installed.
Great 50 acre parcel with over 500 feet of road frontage.
OFFICE: (613) 399-2700
MLS®#: 2121351 190 acres with open fields and woods close to Picton.
MLS®#:2125639 Large 86 acre parcel with lots of woods and approximately 168 feet of road frontage.
MLS®#: 2124049 Very affordable 2+ acre building lot, with a well. Seller will consider holding mortgage.
FAX: (613) 399-3372 TOLL FREE: (866) 399-9902
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MAIN ST WELLINGTON Century brick home with view of Lake Ont. This home features many unique qualities as well as being totally renovated and tastefully decorated. 4 bedrm, 2 bathrooms, large bright principal rooms include living rm, dining rm, eat in kitchen, den with fireplace, family rm. The turret creates sitting areas in master bedrm and family rm. This home is a must see. Asking $389,900. MLS® 2124712
BAY OF QUINTE WATERFRONT Telegraph Narrows. Large treed nicely landscaped lot with drilled well, entrance and hydro are in. Approx 90 ft of pleasant shoreline. Close to Kingston and Belleville and 401. Ready to build. Asking $199,900 MLS® 2120848
LOOKING FOR A RETREAT FROM THE CITY? This piece of waterfront property on Bay of Quinte with two 35’ trailers, drilled well, hydro and driveway in is the answer. You can build your retirement home when you are ready. Lots of room for you and the grandchildren. Perfect for swimming, fishing and boating. Close to 401, Kingston and Belleville. MLS® 2120805
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CHASE RD., HILLIER WARD 25 acres of privacy minutes from Wellington in heart of Wine Country. Lots of room for vineyard, lovely home and approximately 12 acres of bush remaining. $129,900 MLS® 2120655
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1 ACRE PARCEL OF LAND Just west of Hillier. Close to Trenton and 401. Drilled well on property and entrance permit available. Area of nice homes and close to all the wineries. Asking $41,900 MLS® 2121680
Within walking distance to shops and restaurants this property offers private back yard with pool, newer kitchen and bathroom, and single detached garage. Perfect home for retirees, first time buyers or small family.
LAKEBREEZE COURT WELLINGTON Executive stone/brick home on large lot backing onto Millenium Trail. Close to all amenities. This 120 WESTWIND CRES, WELLINGTON 3 bedrms, large open concept kitchen, living home features 3 bedrms, open concept family rm/kitchen and eating area. Large bright living rm/ rm, dining area. 3 baths, full finished dining rm. Main floor master bedrm with ensuite basement. Large two car garage with inside Two pc bath and laundry rm. Attached two car entry. Asking $269,900 MLS® 2120217 garage and full unfinished basement. Paved drive, central air. Call to view. MLS® 2124213
9 CARLA COURT WELLINGTON Modern Quebcois Kerrstead log home. Open concept with high cathedral ceiling. Spectacular Lake Ontario view across Lake to Sandunes..Tastefully finished on both levels, large deck off main and ground level w/o from lower level. A Very Special Home for a very unique buyer. MLS® 2123056
3+1 bedroom brick bungalow located seconds from the school, beach, parks and shopping area. Features large fenced yard with above ground pool. Loads of living space for a growing family!
ADOLPHUS REACH PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY TREASURE This lot is cleared and ready for you to build your retirement home or a getaway cottage. Perfect water for deep water sailing, fishing or just having a nice swim. Hydro to lot line, driveway is in. Call for more details on this one. MLS® 2124707
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Move in ready! Attractive 2 bdrm home sits on fully fenced lot with large deck, mature trees & detached garage. Located in a desirable area in the east end of Belleville. Wonderful neighborhood and close to schools, shopping and hospital. Great starter or retirement home, a must see.
FANTASTIC LOCATION, GREAT HOUSE AND EXCEPTIONALLY RENOVATED
• Newly renovated 2,000 sq ft 4 bedroom brick vinyl side split bungalow • 24X24 detached garage with 100 amp electrical service
• Open concept living, dining, kitchen with cathedral ceilings and maple hardwood flooring • Located between Picton & Bloomfield on Mallory Road • $350,000 - Agents Welcome
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Plan No. SHSW01811
HISTORIC FARMHOUSE 6 Talbot Street, Picton
Off: 613-476-3144 Fax: 613-476-2562 Cell: 613-967-9319 981 Cty Rd 8, Picton
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First-floor livability in this historically influenced farmhouse includes a grand living room with a fireplace and a music alcove. The nearby library also sports a fireplace and has convenient built-ins. The large country kitchen delights with another fireplace and a snack bar. A spacious clutter room has an attached half-bath and allows plenty of space for hobbies or a workshop. Three upstairs bedrooms include a large master suite with a walk-in closet, vanity seating, and double sinks. Each of the family bedrooms contains a double closet.
H First Floor: 2,026 sq. ft. Second Floor: 1,386 sq. ft. Total: 3,412 sq. ft.
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