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A number of people enjoyed Father’s Day at Rideau Paddlefest in Smiths Falls June 18 at Lower Reach Park. Now in its fourth year, the event offered fun for all ages: entertainment, paddling demonstrations, Voyageur canoe races and more. Above, practice makes perfect for Natalia’s One-On-One team, as they turned out to be the winners of the 200m event before a tornado watch closed the event early.
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Brigade of voyageur canoes sets off on adventure from Kingston June 24 Each of the brigades will bring a bottle of water “from what you consider the start of your journey,” he explained. Here, in the shadow of Parliament Hill, all participants will join in a special water ceremony, “a mixing of the waters to represent we’re all one
Canadians from coast to coast will gather in Kingston later this month, set to embark on a week-long trek to the nation’s capital via the historic Rideau Canal. Officially setting off from Rideau Acres campsite just north of the city on June 24, the ‘Canada 150 South Wind Voyageur Canoe Brigade’ will feature close to 140 paddlers in more than a dozen 26-foot voyageur canoes. Over the next seven days, they will make their way to Ottawa with overnight stops in small communities all along the waterway, eventually meeting up with participants from three other ‘brigades’ on July 1 who will be traveling to the capital from the East, West and North. The final destination will be Victoria Island on the Ottawa River, where the participants will join in a welcome ceremony organized by the Anishinaabe First Nation. “It’s a journey of reconciliation,” says Max Finkelstein, one of this country’s foremost paddlers and explorers, and one of the key organizers of the South Wind Brigade. According to Finkelstein, the first overnight stop along this adventure “if all goes well” will take place at Jones Falls (June 24). From there, the brigade will travel up to Newboro (June 25), Perth (June 26), Smiths Falls (June 27), Merrickville (June 28), Kemptville (June 29), past Manotick to the Black Rapids locks, the longest single-day stretch at 43 kilometres (June 30) and finally portaging the locks next to the Chateau Laurier hotel in Ottawa to the Ottawa
nation.” Finkelstein, also a well-known author who has chronicled many of his travels, says this is a unique way to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial by bringing Canadians together from all corners of the country.
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peace and harmony and justice, and to also highlight reconciliation with the ecosystems that support us.” “To me this will truly be a journey that brings peoples together,” Finkelstein said. While the South Wind Brigade is a mostly leisure event, there will be an opportunity for some participants looking for a little competition. On July 1, the group will be passing by the Rideau Canoe Club and have an opportunity to participate in their international Canada Day Regatta. “There will be voyageur canoe races around 10 in the morning,” he said. “For me it’s a bit historical” in that the last such races at the regatta go back 50 years. “Hopefully this can be the start of a new tradition.” After portaging around the Ottawa locks (“A good Canadian experience,” Finkelstein said) the brigade will travel one kilometre along the Ottawa River to Victoria Island (Asinabke).
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Showy Lady's Slippers on track to blooming at Purdon Conservation Area The famous Showy Lady’s Slipper orchids that Purdon Conservation Area is known for are right on track for their mid-June bloom. As of today, the orchids are at 10 per cent bloom. “Father’s Day weekend is our benchmark for the peak bloom period to start and the orchids have fared well despite this spring’s extreme rainfall amounts,” said Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) community relations co-ordinator Shannon Gutoskie. “This idyllic site is home to the largest colony of Showy Lady’s Slipper orchids in Canada and we welcome visitors from near and far to take in one of the Seven Wonders
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of Lanark County.” The orchid colony, which consists of more than 16,000 blooms, exists today thanks to the care and cultivation of Mr. Joe Purdon — the conservation area is a truly amazing legacy of this local stewardship pioneer. After purchasing the property in 1984 with the help of the Nature Conservancy of Canada, MVCA pledged to preserve the site for public enjoyment. The conservation authority cares for the colony following a management plan created by Ted Mosquin, a well-known ecologist, who has volunteered his expertise since the mid1980s. The active management of the
site consists of some tree clearing to allow more light into the fen, water level management through the beaver pond (also known as Purdon Lake) and hand pollination. “Located north of the village of Lanark off County Road 8, visitors can stroll along the boardwalk for an up close view of the flowers, identify plants and wildlife through interpretive signs, discover the woodland that surrounds the wetland and orchid colony by walking the 1.3-kilometre forest trail and stop for a rest and a picnic beside Purdon Lake,” boasts Gutoskie. “The boardwalk, parking lot and washrooms are wheelchair ac-
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Three big changes now happening for tourism in Ontario’s Highlands Big changes in tourism are here for communities located between Haliburton Highlands and the Ottawa Valley. Ontario’s Highlands has a new regional identity, Come Wander, which draws on the latest tourism research and marketing trends to capture the attention of visitors through a unique approach: storytelling. Shifting away from traditional tourism promotion, this new long-term regional brand deploys digital-first content marketing tactics that reflect the changing and competitive global tourism landscape. Ontario’s Highlands is now one of the first Regional Tourism Organizations (RTOs) in the province to adopt such an approach, with a goal of transforming the region — currently a “hidden gem” in Ontario — into a provincially-recognized destination known for its vibrant experiences and unmatched rural treasures. Locals, businesses, and tourism supporters in the region will notice three big changes to the tourism landscape in Ontario’s Highlands: 1. Stories are used to inspire Utilizing research specific to consumer behaviour during the path to purchasing travel, Ontario’s Highlands Tourism Organization (OHTO) determined the most effective stage on which to connect with consumers as an organization is during the ‘dream phase’, when visitors’ first have an inkling to get away. According to a recent study by Google, this moment in the average consumer’s journey (over a four-month period) includes more than 7,000 digital travel touchpoints, 534 Google searches, and 1400 image views. Come Wander has been created to connect with consumers at this stage to inform and inspire visitors, and to enrich their interactions with Ontario’s Highlands by sharing engaging stories of the region that connect them with the unique travel opportunities the region has to offer. Stories are being digitally shared through the new regional website, ComeWander.ca, as well as social channels and consumer e-newsletters. 2. Familiar faces are being highlighted Come Wander brings local characters and familiar faces front and centre. Recognizing that no one knows the stories, the hidden gems, and the unexpected moments found in Ontario’s Highlands better than the locals who experience the region every day, OHTO has created opportunities for locals to contribute content to the
new regional website, ComeWander.ca, and to be featured themselves. In an effort to highlight local characters, the website includes a special ‘Meet the Locals’ page currently populated with five local feature stories, and plans for more to come. 3. Hometowns are now “wander-friendly” With the new Come Wander identity, OHTO is marketing the region as the ideal place to wander in mind and body; to be guided by curiosity, not strict itineraries; and to be open to new discoveries, unexpected moments, and hidden gems. OHTO has drilled down on their ideal visitor to identify five wandering types: the Creative Cruiser, the Memory Maker, the Serenity Seeker, the Freedom Finder, and the Rustic Roamer, which will allow them to better connect consumers with the region and the experiences they are seeking. To create buzz about this wandering ideology and push launch messaging, OHTO is encouraging consumers to discover their inner wanderers by both hosting a contest and establishing ‘Urban Wandering Installations’ in Ottawa and Toronto on key dates throughout the summer. The contest runs until Sept. 15 and invites consumers to visit FindYourInnerWanderer.ca to enter to win one of five Wandering vacations. Wandering Installations will recreate the Ontario’s Highlands experience with promotional Come Wander compasses and a giant “Highlands” deck chair, available for consumers to pose in and post photos to social media. All launch tactics will drive the consumer to the website to discover their inner wanderers and connect with the stories of the region. This unique approach brings together the best content marketing tactics with an ideology that resonates with city dwellers looking to escape and explore. Recognizing the reality that visitors research travel online, the majority of OHTO’s marketing efforts will be focused on inspiring consumers through digital platforms, specifically: Comewander.ca, social media, and consumer eblasts. In addition, OHTO will be launching an Influencers Program, which looks to online personalities with a large following to share their experiences in the region. Finally, OHTO will continue its internal influencer program with The Wanderer, maintain media relations efforts, and explore paid media opportunities. Submitted by Ontario’s Highlands Tourism Organization
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Operation Freeze helps youth to be ‘cool’ this summer Demonstrating positive behaviour and participating in random acts of kindness is the "cool" thing to do this summer. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is proud to be partnering once again with Mac's Convenience Stores across Ontario for this year's Operation Freeze 2017. OPP officers will be on the lookout, and if they catch a youth showcasing positive behaviour in their community, that youth may receive a thank you in the form of a ticket for a Mac's Froster drink. A youth may receive a "positive ticket" from an officer for a number of positive behaviours: helping others in need, being leaders, doing a good deed, and/or participating in community activities. Officers may also use the positive tickets as an 'icebreaker' to interact with youth. "The positive ticketing program allows OPP officers to engage with youth in a positive way and help to build relationships and trust," said OPP Insp. Robyn MacEachern, OPP Community Safety Services. In the summer of 2016, the OPP distributed more than 27,500 Operation Freeze tickets throughout the province. "Positive community engagement is an essential first step to breaking barriers and building trust," said Sean Sportun, ICPS — Manager, Loss Prevention & Security for Mac's in Central Canada. Submitted by the Ontario Provincial Police
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our voyageur canoe brigades will paddle from four cardinal directions to meet in the Ottawa River on July 1. One group will be paddling south down the Rideau Canal from Kingston and stopping in all parts of our area on route. The three other brigades include east through the Ottawa River from Montreal; west down the Ottawa River from Mattawa and north down the Gatineau River from Kitigàn-zìbì (near Maniwaki). They will all meet at Asinabke (Victoria Island) which is sacred Omàmìwininì (Algonquin) territory and has been a traditional meeting place for first nations for over 5,000 years. The canoe and kayak have been integral to Canada’s history. Canada is a nation of rivers and a river of nations. Canoe trips bring to mind the indigenous people who designed these elegant craft and water, an organic compound essential for all life on earth. Together, the canoe and water serve as a catalyst to think of what we wish for this land and its peoples for the next 150 years. The mission is to highlight the spirit of reconciliation between indigenous and non-indig-
enous people for our collective future, and with ecosystems along these waterways that support life of all living creatures. The journey will show the historic role of the voyageur canoe and Canada’s rivers in the founding of our nation. It will celebrate the historical and ecological significance of rivers like the Ottawa, Rideau and Gatineau that connect our communities, our ecosystems, and our people through time and geography and at the same time, show the need to protect them. It will also celebrate the canoe as an icon of the Canadian values of cultural cooperation, international trade and respect for the environment. There will be approximately 15 crews (about 130 paddlers) with some people paddling in 24foot replica voyageur canoes and others in 36foot canoes. Paddlers will be setting up camp in towns and villages like Smiths Falls, Perth and Merrickville next week. See inside this week’s newspaper for details, or visit www.insideottawavalley.com. Organizers encourage others in non-motorized watercraft to join the brigade on July 1 as they paddle through our Capital City making Canada Day a day to remember.
Electric storms were much worse for Mother in Renfrew than New York I could sense Mother’s fear. She moved from the stove where she was working to take a quick glance out the window to the West Hill. I sat on the creton couch holding one of my favourite dolls, which helped the nervousness I felt because of Mother’s growing concern over what she saw beyond the river to the back reaches of the farm. Black clouds were coming closer, and thunder could be heard in the distance, like a heavy barrel being rolled across the kitchen floor. Even though it was the middle of the day, Mother lit two coal oil lamps and set them in the middle of the table. For some reason, she felt safer if the kitchen wasn’t so dark. There wasn’t much
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Mother feared. She could work among the livestock as well as someone born and raised on the farm, and often at night, when it was blistering hot, she would take a kitchen chair and sit outside on the back stoop, alone in the darkness. But an electric storm had her blood run cold. And one was coming, there was no doubt about it. She was sure it was just a matter of time until our old log house was struck by lightning and everything we owned would be burned to the ground, and unless we took extreme precautions, so would we. Fire and an electric storm, I knew, were the only real fears Mother had. And that day, the storm sweep-
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR ing toward us had turned the sky black as pitch, and by the time it hit the barnyard, the rain was pelting down and you could scarcely see beyond the pump. Father, of course, was in the barns, and there he would stay. Not to escape the lightning, but the rain. Father had no fear of a storm, even though we once lost 11 cows when the big maple tree on the West Hill was struck by lightning. But
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medical services (EMS). Many of the incidents that we paramedics attend are preventable, with only a little care and forethought. My fellow paramedics and I, who work for Lanark County Paramedic Service, want to share some tips and reminders with the residents and visitors of Lanark County so that families and friends can enjoy a safe and happy summer.
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• Don’t forget the first step in an emergency is to call 911; knowing the location of your emergency will enable us to find you faster. • Make sure you’re well acquainted with all the measures that will keep everyone safe around any body of water, including lifejackets, basic swimming ability, diving awareness, knowledge of the local currents, and staying close to children at all times. • Remember that you can get sunburnt even when it’s overcast, so always wear a hat and apply sunscreen generously. Avoid heat stroke by drinking lots of water, wearing loose, light clothing and planning ways to cool down. And of course, never leave pets or children in locked cars for any length of time, even on a mildly hot day. • Drivers can avoid accidents by obeying the rules of the road and driving safely and responsibly according to
Ontario’s traffic laws and local conditions. Please do not drive distracted (no texting, use Bluetooth for phone calls) and of course, no driving while impaired. For those travelling on two wheels, the same advice applies – but always wear a bicycle helmet as well. • Watch what you eat – not because you’re on a diet, but because heat can spoil food quickly and cause severe illness. Keep hot and cold foods separate, cook all meat thoroughly, make sure all prep surfaces are clean and avoid cross-contamination among your foods. • A new or refresher CPR certification course is a sure way to help save a life if it is ever required.
With the unofficial start of summer now underway, let’s make sure that if you meet a paramedic, it will be over burgers and a cold drink at your neighbourhood barbecue and not in the back of one of the ambulances. On behalf of the paramedics in Lanark County, we would like to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer. Darryl Fleming President, CUPE 4480
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our hands, that too was a safeguard, and so there sat my sister Audrey, who thought it sheer nonsense, sitting inside the house with our feet stuck into two pairs of rubber boots! If we could get our hands on a rubber ball, so much the better. And if the phone rang off the wall, we were forbidden to go anywhere near it! And that day, our number rang two or three times, and we just sat there and looked at it. Now, the storm was raging. Mother counted the seconds between the lightning flash and the clap of thunder, which she said was a sure way of telling how close it was. At that young age, I caught the fear of an electric storm from Mother. Hiding under the covers in my bed was no solution, because it was vital that I be downstairs in case we got hit. Of course, if a storm came in the middle of the night, we were all ordered out of our beds, and made to sit in the middle of the kitchen until it blew over. Father, of course, never moved
a muscle, and slept through the most raging storms as if they were happening in some other country. But he would hear again from Mother how electric storms were much worse in Renfrew County than they were in New York City. Living beside the high buildings, she said, shielded her from the fierceness, but out in the country there was nothing to stop the roar of the thunder or the cracking of lightning. The storm was over almost as soon as it came, and all I could hear was the distant rumbling of the thunder, as it headed away from Northcote. The lamps were blown out, the windows opened to daylight, and Mother’s Rosary put back in her bedroom. We survived yet another raging electric storm in Northcote. Interested in an electronic version of Mary’s books? Go to https://www.smashwords.com and type MaryRCook for ebook purchase details, or if you would like a hard copy, please contact Mary at email@example.com.
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Classic Cruisers donate to hospital The Civitan Classic Cruisers (to the right) meet each Monday at the Civitan Hall on County Road 43 from the Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend. The public is welcome. The members exhibit their favourite cars and admire others on display. There is a 50/50 draw every Monday (Licenced by Drummond/North Elmsley Township) and there are hamburgers and sausage available from the barbecue. The event is chaired by Ebert Conboy and Bill Kelford. The $1,311.28 raised from the draws last year was donated to the Great War Memorial Hospital Foundation, Oncology Department on Victoria Day. Margot Hallem was on hand to receive the cheque and thank everyone for their support. Pictured are: (front) GWM Foundation President Margot Hallam, Classic Cruiser chairs Ebert Conboy and Bill Kelford and Perth Civitan president Karen Lindop-Beckwith. The members of the Classic Cruisers look on from behind the cheque. Submitted photo
Lanark County well-being, quality of life survey Help us celebrate Canada's 150th birthday. Let us know what you like about living in Lanark County. Tell us what could be done to improve your quality of life. The Perth and District Community Foundation is undertaking a Vital Signs project to celebrate life in Lanark County, measure community well-
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Clarkson returns for seventh summer season to open legendary comedy When the Classic Theatre Festival’s mainstage season opens June 23 with the legendary Bernard Slade comedy Same Time, Next Year (sponsored by CogecoTV), many audience members will recognize the performer playing George, a married man who gets together for an annual weekend with a married woman named Doris, played by Lana Sugarman. Clarkson says his character is “the same mass of walking contradictions that we all are. He describes his life as a mess, but he became an accountant because figures don't lie, and he takes comfort in that.” Clarkson notes that among George’s conflicted feelings is the fact that “he considers himself happily married, but falls in love with Doris and carries on a yearly tryst with her for decades. He feels terrible guilt, but doesn't want to stop. He alternates between self-centred obliviousness and being aware enough to know when he's made a mistake, and to apologize for it.” The veteran Classic Theatre Festival performer — now appearing in his seventh consecutive summer season — says “the scope of playing a person over the span of a quarter century is what makes it tricky. Each scene is set in a distinct era, five years apart, and George and Doris clearly reflect the changes of the society in which they live. Lana and I can't play symbols though, and Slade walks the line between letting
the characters suggest the times outside their never changing hotel room, and being the messy human beings in love that they are.” Being on stage the whole time is a challenge that Clarkson likens to running a marathon that, while testing his endurance, benefits from the fact that “there's really no opportunity to let your guard down, to be distracted backstage as you wait for 15 minutes for your next scene. You get to live in the world you've help create, for the duration of the show.” While the play and film of Same Time, Next Year (with Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn) were hugely popular with baby boomers, Clarkson notes: “The characters are actually older than boomers, so if anything, this is an opportunity for a boomer to get a glimpse of what life may have been like for their parents. But for all that, Slade doesn't write Doris and George as bland 1950s stereotypes. “Slade made his name as a TV writer in the 60s, but this play allowed him to go so much deeper than a sitcom would. It's kind of the best of both worlds to me: there's a rhythm to the writing that calls to mind all the great sitcoms I watched from the 60s and 70s (like Barney Miller) but the story has depth and we get to see these characters develop over more than the 22 minutes a sitcom would afford. The foibles of these characters, the mix of neuroses and heart,
will probably feel familiar to anyone who's seen a Neil Simon play or even Seinfeld.” Same Time, Next Year runs until July 16, Tuesday to Sunday at 2 p.m., with 8 p.m. shows Wed. & Sat. It’s followed by the Shaw comedy Candida and the Peter Colley thriller I’ll Be Back Before Midnight. They take place at 54 Beckwith Street East (at Harvey). Historic walking plays are also running seven times a
week, with Perth through the Ages’ Confederation-themed story Wednesday to Sunday at 11 a.m. (meeting at the Perth Museum) and the Thursday and Friday evening ghost walk (an 1867 meets Expo67 time travel comedic romp) begins at 7 p.m. For tickets to the 2017 summer season, call 1-877-283-1283 or visit www.classictheatre.ca Submitted by the Classic Theatre Festival
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Aggressive driving has become a critical issue on local highways Ontario, this year to date, fatalities, sive driving practices. gerously. I have railed against any number in what police deem to be crashes reThat’s a lot of deaths and all of So-called “stunt driving” is a of driving sins over the years with a sulting from aggressive driving, have them are completely unnecessary. deadly offshoot of this same issue. recent emphasis on the issue of disjumped 80 per cent from the same pe- People are dying needlessly and at an Drivers, usually young men in powertracted driving, which is continuing riod last year. I am quoting Ontario alarming rate, as a result of their own ful vehicles, challenge each other to to snowball as I write this. Distracted Provincial Police (OPP) statistics re- actions or someone else’s bad driving an impromptu street race. In North driving is deadly dangerous and it’s leased two weeks ago. Up to that point decisions. Families are being perma- America this “culture” has existed for completely out of control! deaths resulting from risky driving be- nently altered, often because someone decades. For example, we saw the matSpeaking of snow — in the midst BY JEFF MAGUIRE haviours stood at 27. In 2016 during was late and drove aggressively in an ter well illustrated in director George of the warmest weather we’ve experienced this year — I’ve always been is a daily occurrence year round and the same period, 15 people were killed effort to compensate for it. Or because Lucas’s classic 1973 coming-of-age amazed by those individuals who statistics show it’s getting worse. In on Ontario roads because of aggres- an individual deliberately drove danSee MAGUIRE page 18 don’t take the five minutes required to remove snow and ice from their vehicles before taking to the road during the winter months. That’s dangerous too — very dangerous. In my opinion, the reason for that particular sin is that so many people today are always running late. Evidently, the speed of our modern world has totally outpaced them. Therefore 22 Beckwith Street South 73 Gore Street East they rush from one task to another or one place to the next, driving without due care or attention. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com @RLPAdvantage Most people get up at approxi613-283-6666 (24-hour service) 613-267-7766 (24-hour service) mately the same time every morning Visit our listings at Visit our listings at Advantage Real Estate and it takes them approximately the @RLPAdvantage Independently owned and operated brokerage same amount of time to complete www.royallepage.ca/perth www.royallepage.ca/smithsfalls their morning routines at home. They leave for work or school at about the WE ARE FULL-TIME EXPERIENCED REALTORS® *BROKER OF RECORD **BROKER ***SALESPERSON same time. PRNE What they fail to account for is IC W E changing conditions. 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was suspended and his vehicle impounded for seven days. It’s not enough, but that is all the current law allows police to do. Hopefully a judge will throw the rest of the book at him in court! True, that kind of idiocy is an exception. But it shows where this trend is heading and at what speed. At the same time, OPP is warning vulnerable road users including motorcyclists, bicycle riders and pedestrians to take extra care and wear reflective materials at night to ensure they can be seen. I will leave the conclusion of this piece to the police. An OPP spokesperson recently had this to say about aggressive driving. “You decide your speed and manoeuvres. Physics decides whether you live or die. “Do your part to keep our streets and highways safe.” If you have a comment or question for Jeff Maguire, he can be reached by email at: jeffrey. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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drive when you’re upset, tired or under the Being able to drive is a way for people of all influence of alcohol or medication. ages to affirm their independence. That being said, certain consequences of aging, such as 6. Plan your routes and choose roads that you know well, taking care to avoid rush-hour weakened eyesight, can affect your driving traffic and fast lanes. abilities. As you grow older, it’s important to be aware of these changes in order to deal with 7. Drive during the day, and avoid driving during periods of reduced visibility such as them appropriately. With that in mind, here are dawn or dusk. 12 tips to help you stay safe on the road while 8. Always wear your hearing aid if you have avoiding putting others in danger. one, and minimize any background noise (turn down the radio, for instance). 1. Make sure that your medications don’t have any side effects that might affect your 9. Pay attention to your surroundings so as to have a general idea of the traffic ability to drive. conditions around you, and keep an 2. Always make sure that your car’s eye out for cyclists, pedestrians and windshield and back window are clean. parked cars. 3. Maintain a safety distance well above the 10. Check your blind spot more than once two-second minimum that is generally before you turn or change lanes. recommended, and slow down whenever it rains, snows, and when the road is slippery. 11. Never assume that you have the right of way. 4. Avoid driving long distances when pos12. Consider taking a refresher driving sible. 5. Remain concentrated at all times, and don’t course.
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Help at home personalized care services for seniors With an aging population whose life expectancy is constantly on the rise, more and more businesses and organizations are offering personalized homecare services to assist senior citizens. Thanks to these initiatives, the elderly now have the opportunity to remain in the comfort and privacy of their own home for longer than ever — a dream come true for many! SIMPLIFYING EVERYDAY TASKS Families can choose from a wide range of residential care services tailored to the various functional needs of seniors. Between housecleaning (vacuuming, mopping, dusting, etc.), routine chores (laundry, ironing, etc.), meal preparation (cooking, catering, etc.), personal care
(manicures, shaving, etc.) and hygiene, the many available forms of assistance can enable seniors to maintain their independence and enjoy a better quality of life throughout their golden years. Furthermore, help with running errands or attending medical appointments is also available for those who can no longer drive or otherwise visit their local supermarket, pharmacy, hospital or bank on their own. The same applies for health care (blood tests, antibiotic treatments, injections, vaccinations, wound care, pain management, etc.) and rehabilitation (physiotherapy, occupational therapy, inhalation therapy, etc.) following an injury or surgery.
The Smiths Falls Community Hospital Foundation is the fundraising arm for the Smiths Falls site of the Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital. Established in 1981, the Foundation works with generous community donors in order to provide the hospital with funds it needs to purchase the critical medical equipment our healthcare professionals need to ensure our mothers, fathers, grandparents, sisters, brothers and children receives the best healthcare they deserve. Make a difference in the lives that follow
Choosing to leave a gift to your Hospital Foundation truly does ensure future generations will have the most up-to-date medical equipment for their healthcare needs. Your gift will be a very meaningful way to acknowledge your life now and for years to come it will also be a very practical addition to a financial or estate plan when tax issues are taken into consideration – even for those who think they may not have tax issues. Sometimes there is a tax burden left to relatives this can help significantly. Your professional advisor can teach you how giving may actually benefit your family after you’re gone. Impact future generations with your planned gift: let’s make a difference for future generations and include the Smiths Falls Community Hospital Foundation in your will or estate plan.
To further discuss how you can make a difference, contact Lise Smith @ 613-283-9743 Monday to Friday; 8:00 a.m. To 4:00 p.m.
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Any community organization based in our circulation area wishing to list an event of community interest is invited to submit a description of 25 words or less in writing. Submissions are not guaranteed. Admissions or event costs, will not be included. Deadline is Monday at 4:30 p.m. prior to publication date. This service is provided free of charge. Events will be listed no more than two weeks in advance. Write, Metroland Media, Attn: Regional Roundup, P.O. Box 158, Smiths Falls, Ont. K7A 4T1, or fax at 613-283-5909 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Items will be edited as necessary. Please include name, address and phone number.
Almonte and District Horticultural Society monthly meeting, Monday, June 26, 7:30pm. Cornerstone Community Church. Speaker, Dale Odorizzi will present Pollinators. Guests welcome. Carol Kenward 613 256-5594. Almonte Civitan Bridge, Wednesday June 28, Almonte Civitan Hall. 12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Refreshments. 1:00-3:45pm Bridge. Lanark Legion. July 1 Music and Dinner 2pm - 6pm. Steak dinner, hamburger dinner. Dinner at 4. Happy Birthday Canada. Mills’ Home Support, Almonte, “Retired... Not Expired” walk & lunch. Wednesday, June 28. Call Home Support 613-256-4700 to reserve. Pakenham & Carleton Place seniors welcome. Mills’ Home Support, Almonte, Supper Social, Tuesday, June 27, 6 p.m. Almonte Legion. Transportation. Entertainment: Grateful We’re Not Dead. Call Home Support 613-256-4700 to reserve. Mills’ Seniors Services, Almonte, Parkinson’s Support Group. Monday, June 26, 2 p.m. at the Mills’ office, 67 Industrial Drive. Call Seniors Services 613-256-4700 to register. Meetings take place the last Monday of the month. Mills’ Seniors Services, Almonte, Parkinson’s Support Group, last Monday of the month, 2 p.m. at the Mills’ office, 67 Industrial Drive. Call Seniors Services 613-256-4700 to register. Tea on the Lawn served by the Ramsay Women’s Institute, Mill of Kintail Conservation Area near Almonte. Every Wednesday and Saturday, 2:00 - 4:00pm in July and August. Info: 613-256-3610
Carleton Place Sunset Club meets every Wednesday, 1 p.m. Legion. Euchre, bid euchre, games, socializing. Third Wed. each monthshort general meeting, noon. Potluck lunch/ games follows. 613-257-7483. Celebrate Summer dinner featuring cold roast beef, turkey, ham, salads and Strawberry shortcake. June 24, 4:30-7 pm Zion-Memorial United Church 37 Franklin Street info 613-2578547 Community Home Support CP Arena Luncheon, Wednesday June 28 at the Carleton Place Arena at 12 Noon. Transportation available. Info/ reservation: 613-253-0733. French Playgroup “Plaisirs D’Enfants”. Every Tuesday 9:30-11:30 a.m. Beckwith Community Hall (Black’s Corners). 613-253-0008. Meatless, Monday Supper, 5:30 p.m. on June 26, Carleton Place Seventh-day Adventist Church. 117 Victoria. Call Barbara 613-898-0215 to reserve a seat. Strawberry Social, BBQ & Bake Sale, Guthrie United Church Clayton, June 24 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. Rain or Shine!
KEMPTVILLE Baby Talk, Wednesday, June 28, 1:30-3 p.m. Madison Montessori Academy, 2965 County Rd #43. Blood Donor Clinic, June 29. North Grenville Municipal Centre. 1:30-4:00pm and 5:007:30pm. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. There is a shortage of blood for the summer, we need your help. Appointment blood.ca 1-888TO DONATE
BNI of Kemptville, meeting. Every Tuesday 6:45-8:30 a.m. Alumni Hall, Kemptville College (613)863-4853. Memorial Service, St. Matthew’s Cemetery, East Oxford. June 25, 2 p.m. Bring lawn chairs. In case of rain: service held in Patterson’s Corners Kemptville Snowmobile Club (approx. 2 km north).
LANARK Civitan Old Tyme Country Talent Night Dinner & Dance. Last Friday of every month, dinner 6 p.m., music 7:30-11:30 p.m. Contact Vic (613)259-5610. North Lanark Community Health Centre, Friendly Bridge, Monday & Friday 1pm, drop in Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 Rosetta Cemetery Service, June 25, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Shelley Roberts as guest speaker. 2676 Rosetta Rd. Everyone Welcome
MERRICKVILLE Dogs For Dogs BBQ, Sun. June 25, 11-3pm, Legion, all proceeds to Achance Animal Rescue Inc. Merrickville Legion, dinner and dance June 23, 6pm, pasta dinner Entertainment by Doug & Pam Champagne. 7-11pm Merrickville Legion, dinner and dance June 30, 6pm, ham & scalloped potatoes dinner Entertainment by Lorne Daley. 7-11pm Merrickville Legion Open Stage, June 25. 5-9pm. Hosted by “Heather Snow & The Flakes”, food provided by “The Village Bean”. Merrickville Motorcycle Show. Breakfast at the legion June 25. 8am. Public welcome.
PAKENHAM Pakenham Celebrates Canada 150, June 30, BBQ 5pm, Parade 7pm, Variety show Stewart Community Centre 8pm, Fireworks. July 1, Pancake breakfast Fire Hall. July 2, Stewart Community Centre, church service 11 am, children’s activities, 1-4, family dance 7:30pm. Antique car & farm equipment show Five Span Feed & Seed, 11-3. Pakenham Gardeners will hold the Summer Flower Show. Wednesday June 21, 7pm. Andrews United Church. Guest speakers Dr. Kealey Mann and Dr. Chelsey Corrigan of Pakenham Whole Medicine Wellness Centre. All welcome. Sherryl 613 800-1236.
PERTH 150 Red & White Feast, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 244, 26 Beckwith Street East, Thursday June 29, cocktails 6pm, dinner 9pm. for tickets 613-267-0200. A Nation Lost and Found: Family-friendly, hour-long Confederation-themed historic walking play brings to life characters, stories and conflicts of 1867 Perth, Wed.-Sun. 11 am, June 21 - Aug 27. Tickets: www.classictheatre.ca, 1-877-283-1283. And The Beat Goes On: Family-friendly, hour-long ghost walk presents an 1867 meets Expo-67 themed haunted tale, Thursdays and Fridays 7 pm. Tickets: 1-877-283-1283 www. classictheatre.ca,
Are you trying to cope with a family member suffering from a mental illness? NAMI support group, every 4th Tuesday of the month. Info: 613-283-2170. Bridge, Social- McMartin House, 125 Gore St., East, every Friday 12:30. 613-267-3952. Canada Day, July 1, Perth Legion, entertainment by Harry Adrain & Friends, 2 pm - 6 pm. Everyone welcome to celebrate with us. Community Home Support- Lanark County monthly Parkinson Support Group, last Monday of each month. At the Community Home Support office, 40 Sunset Blvd, Suite 100. Information, Melissa 613-267-6400 ext 25. Euchre, Perth Legion, Beckwith St., every Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. Parking. No stairs. Everyone welcome. Info: 613-264-5568. Financial Fundamentals For All Ages: Information presentation and open question period. Guest speaker Robert McGlade CFP CIM FCSI Manager of the Perth CIBC Wednesday June 21 & 28. 6 PM. Perth SDA Church, 2734 Cty Road 10. Register 613-264 2734 Perth Citizens’ Band Summer Pops Concert, Thurs. June 22 at 7:00PM in Stewart Park, downtown Perth, free admission, with Rotary Club Strawberry Social Perth Horticultural Society for a shared Summer Social, Flower Show and Master Gardener Q & A Tuesday, June 13. St Paul’s United Church, 25 Gore Street West. Fellowship Hall 6:30pm. Perth Rotary Club, Strawberry Social serving: strawberries, cake, ice cream and lemonade, 6:30pm June 22 Perth Citizens’ Band concert, Stewart Park band stand. The band is celebrating its 165th year of existence establishing it as the oldest town band in Canada. RTA Central Club, Saturday, June 24, North Frontenac hike. Level 3, 15.6 km, moderate pace. Depart Conlon Farm at 8:30 a.m. Leaders: Howard and Mary Robinson, 613-256-0817 Same Time, Next Year: Two people, married to others. Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival, Tues.- Sun. 2 pm, 8 pm shows Wed. & Sat, June 23 - July 16. Tickets: 1-877-283-1283 www.classictheatre.ca Stroke survivor and caregiver support group, meets the 4th Wednesday of every month between 1:30-3:30 p.m. Legion, 26 Beckwith St E. Info: (613)549-6666 x6867. Support Group for people with Parkinson’s & their care partners, last Monday of each month, 1pm Community Home Support Lanark County, 40 Sunset Blvd, Ste D. 613-722-9238, 1-800-565-3000 email: Margaux.Wolfe@parkinson.ca Tennis, Perth Tay Tennis Club, Drop-intennis, Every Monday, 7:00 to 9:00 PM, Conlon Farm Recreation Complex. Club membership not required. All skill levels welcome. The Compassionate Friends, Perth Chapter. A support group for bereaved parents. Held on the 2nd Monday of every month. 7-9pm. Meeting at Tay Valley Community Hall, 4174 Narrows Locks Rd. Perth. TOPS meetings every Tuesday 5 to 6 p.m. at Perth Community Care Centre on Sunset Blvd. Lose weight sensibly with group support. Further info call 613-264-2827 or 613-267-4508. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). Meets Thursday evenings at Lanark Lodge. Info. Janet 613-264-9139. Weekly iSisters drop-in for women only to learn technology and computer skills. 9:30a.m.12:30p.m. Thursdays, 77 Gore St. E. Snacks and materials provided. Info: 613-867-1330.
RURAL 19th Annual Rideau Lakes Studio & Garden Tour, July 1 & 2. Around the villages of Portland, Newboro & Chaffey’s Locks. Studios open 105pm Info: 613-359-5947 www.rideaulakesstudioandgardentour.com 4 Hand Euchre, Tuesdays at 7pm. ABC Hall, 3166 Bolingbroke Rd. Joanne 613-279-1106. Annual Dewar and Kennedy Cemeteries Memorial and Decoration Service will take place at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 25th. Please bring your lawn chairs. Annual “Pie in the Sky”, Saturday July 1, 8am-1pm, Maberly Fairgrounds, 4884 Bolingbroke Rd (Cty rd 36) Anne 613-273-5069 donate pies, Vendor space available, support the Agricultural society. Bid Euchre, Every second Monday night, June 12 & 26 7:00 p.m. Tatlock Community Hall. Boyd’s Methodist Cemetery Annual Memorial Service, Sunday, June 25, 2:30 p.m. in Boyd’s United Church. Guest speaker: Rev Darlene Bamford. Music by Ervin Sweeney & Burnsides Buck-A-Bag Used Book Sale, Spencerville Library Basement, Saturday, June 24, 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. Calling all musicians! A Musician’s circle (musicians only) is held weekly, Thursday evenings, 7:00 p.m., ABC Hall in Bolingbroke (3166 Bolingbroke Rd.). Come out to network with fellow entertainers. Contact Matthew Churchill (613-273-9005). Calling all musicians! A Musician’s circle (musicians only) is held weekly, Thursday evenings, 7:00 p.m., ABC Hall in Bolingbroke (3166 Bolingbroke Rd.). Come out to network with fellow entertainers. Contact Matthew Churchill (613-273-9005). Canadian Tai Chi Academy, every Mon, Fri., 9 a.m.-noon, Gallipeau Centre (small ballroom), All welcome. 613-269-3944, www.canadiantaichiacademy.org C.A.R.E. Program for frail adults. (Mondays, Lanark, North Lanark Community Health Center) and (Fridays, CPHC Building, 15 Bates Dr.). (613)264-0307. Cedar Hill Schoolhouse annual Strawberry Social, Sunday July 2, 1-4pm, 270 Cedar Hill Road Pakenham. Local berries, whipped or ice cream, homemade cake (gf options), beverages. Info 613-256-2830 Community Clothing Co-operative, Portland Community Hall. Open every Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Wednesday 1-3 p.m. CPHC Diner’s Luncheon for Seniors will be Tuesday, June 27 at noon Contact Joyce at 613-273-4832. Crawford Cemetery Annual Memorial Service, June 25, 2pm, Crawford Cemetery. Speaker: Rev. Bob Hill. In event of rain: Elphin Presbyterian Church. Elphin Presbyterian Church, 171st Anniversary Service, June 25, 11am. Guest speaker: Rev. Bob Hill, lunch following, everyone welcome. Euchre- every Monday afternoon. 1:00 p.m. South Elmsley Municipal Complex. Sponsor: Club 55. Light refreshments. Forfar strawberry social, Sunday, July 2, Forfar Community Hall, 4:30 p.m. till sold out. Ham, scalloped potatoes, with berries and ice cream for dessert. Take out available. Contact 613-272-0231. Fun and Fitness Mondays 9:30-10:30, Middleville & Watson’s Corners Community Hall. 9:00-10:00 Snow Road Community Hall. Info: Wendy 613-259-2182.
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Fun and Fitness Wednesdays Lower Mobility Class, Chair based, 2-3pm at North Lanark Community Health Centre, 9:30 - 10:30 St. Andrews United Church, 115 Clarence St. Lanark Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306. Hatha Yoga Classes with Pamela Tuesdays mornings at 9:30am. Info: Freda 613-273-2571 Job Search Resource Centre, job postings, computer and internet access, resume writing assistance, job search seminars and employment counselling. Guthrie House, 10 Perth St., Elgin. Mon.-Fri. 9-4. 613-359-1140. Lombardy Karting Association Race Meet #4, Sunday, June 25, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Lombardy Fair Grounds. Spectators always welcome. lombardykarting.com Mah jongg (both Chinese and American) Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. Newcomers welcome, (lessons provided on request). Contact Rosetta 613-268-2548 each week if you will be there. Michael Costello. In concert. Sunday June 25, 2:00pm. St. John’s Anglican Church. Hwy 7 & Fergusons Falls Rd. Just East of Innisville. Montague & District Senior Citizens Forget Me Not Club Inc annual Summer Supper, Sunday June 25; Live Entertainment at 2:30 pm; Roast beef supper 5:00pm; take out available; information: 613-283-8482 or 613 -283-2993. North Lanark Community Health Centre, Expressions For Women Art Group 1:00-4:00pm, September-June, Info: Halina 613-284-4608 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Fun & Fitness Exercise Adults/Seniors Dropin. Mondays & Thursdays, 9:30-10:30am, Middleville Hall. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Fun & Fitness Exercise Adults/Seniors Mondays, 9:30-10:30am, Watson’s Corners Halls. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Fun & Fitness Exercise Adults/Seniors Drop-in. Tuesdays & Fridays, 9-10am, Ferguson’s Falls Hall. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Fun & Fitness Exercise Adults/Seniors Drop-in. Tuesdays & Fridays, 9-10am, Ferguson’s Falls Hall. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Fun & Fitness Exercise Adults/Seniors Drop-in. Mondays & Thursdays, 9-10am, & Gentle Class Tuesday & Thursdays 11-noon. Snow Road Hall. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Fun & Fitness Exercise Adults/Seniors Drop-in. Thursdays, 9:30-10:30am,Middleville Hall. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 North Lanark Community Health Centre, Nordic Pole Walking. North Lanark CHC, Dropin. Thursdays, 9:00-10:00am, rain or shine. Info: Pam 613-259-2182x2306 Portland Community Luncheon, Tuesday June 27, Portland United Church at noon. BBQ hamburgers with all the trimmings, Salad and Dessert. Air-conditioned comfort. Everyone welcome! Quilting- every Wednesday. 1-4 p.m. MERA Schoolhouse, McDonalds Corners. 613278-2962. Snow Road Snowmobile Club Canada Day 150 Breakfast, Bake Sale, and Yard Sale Saturday June 24, 8 - 11 AM at Clubhouse, 1106 Gemmills Road. Strawberry Social at Calvin United Church, 364 Cameron Side Rd., Dewitts Corners, Thurs., June 29 at 6:30pm. Westport Heritage Day Festival, Saturday June 24. Over 40 vendors/heritage exhibitors selling art, crafts, one-of-a-kind gifts and deli See RURAL page 27
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cious homemade food in Lockwood Park. Petting zoo, face painting, antique vehicles, roster of artists, authors and community groups participating. Wolford Cemetery Memorial Service, Sun. June 25, 2017 at 2:30 pm at Wolford Chapel, 705 Kilmarnock Rd.
Bariatric Support Group, first Thursday of month, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at ‘The Link’, at 88 Cornelia St. W., #4A. Support and information regarding gastric by-pass surgery before and after. Info: (613)284-4608 or 1(877)383-2070. Club 60 at Smiths Falls Legion, Branch 95, invites everyone for meeting & fun games. 1:30 pm. on last Tuesday of every month. Community Home Support Bereavement Support Group, meets last Tue of the month, 1 - 3pm, Smiths Falls District Community Health Centre enter at front entrance 2 Gould St. Info: 613-267-6400 Family Fun Bingo, Sunday, July 2 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the RCAFA Hall, on Abbott St. Contact: Carol 613-284-0305. Gambling Problem? There is help. Gamblers Anonymous, Tuesdays 7:30-9 p.m. 88 Cornelia St. 613-567-3271. Pre-Canada Strawberry Social, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Friday, June 30. Dinner 5:30pm, assorted salads, cold meats, strawberry shortcake, coffee/tea. Advance tickets only Church Office or Call 613-283-2318, 613283-6987.
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Prediabetes Education Session, At Rideau Valley Diabetes Services, Smiths Falls, June 27, 1:00-4:00pm. Diabetes Educators lead this group session that will focus on healthy eating and active living in an effort to promote heart health and prevent Type 2 diabetes. 613-2842558 register. All welcome Smiths Falls Community Theatre presents Steel City Rovers at the Station Theatre. June 30 at 8pm. For more info or to order tickets: www. smithsfallstheatre.com or 613-283-0300. Smiths Falls Community Theatre presents ‘Bare Bear Bones’ by Michael Grant at the Station Theatre. June 16 to 25. For more info or ticket orders: www.smithsfallstheatre.com or 613-2830300. Steak BBQ, Friday June 30. 6:00-7:00 p.m. at the RCAFA Hall, 44 Abbott St N. For more info and reserve your tickets call 613-284-0305. Strawberry Social, Trinity United Church, Wednesday June 21, 4:30-6pm. Enjoy a delicious cold salad plate and real Strawberry Shortcake. Take out available. Office 613-283-4444 Susan Shirley Program, Parent Training courses- Mondays 6:30 p.m. Calvary Bible Church, 15 Beech St. 613-205-1643. Toastmasters, Wednesday evenings where we practice our communication and leadership skills. Healey Glass, 1 abel Street. 7PM. Penny Croghan email@example.com 613285-1551. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), A nonprofit weight loss support group. Meetings every Thursday night. 46 Bell Ave. Smiths Falls. Info. 613-284-0183. Vine Rhymes, Smiths Falls songwriters, poets and story tellers, meet monthly for encouragement and support. Come share your gift. Info: Helen (613)284-2243.
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I would like to thank my family and friends that came to surprise me to celebrate my 80th birthday. Special thanks to my son Owen for preparing the food, my daughter Leigh for helping to organize the event and my fellow Civitan Members for decorating the hall. Thank you to everyone for the food and monetary donations to the Smiths Falls Food Bank, it was greatly appreciated. I forgive all the little lies that made the party a surprise. Walter Trenholme
On behalf of the family of Jenny Green please know that your phone calls and gentle words are greatly appreciated. The ladies and staff from the Salvation Army are to be commended for the luncheon. It was a great tribute to a lovely lady. I know that our Mom will not be forgotten by family and friends. Thank you from the Wilcox and Laughlin Family
On June 3rd I took a bad fall on Foster Street in Perth, I would like to thank the lady who helped me up took me to the drug store and stayed with me. Also, the lady in the Pharmacy who made a bandage for my cut thumb and the lady who drove me to the Emergency Department. I appreciated all your kindness and help. Bev Whittemore
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I would like to express my appreciation to the many friends and relatives for their words of condolences, telephone calls, cards, Mass cards and charitable donations in memory of my sister Jennie. “Thank You” to Fr. Rod McNeil and for all those who attended the graveside service on May 6th, despite weather conditions. Following the service, a luncheon was served at the Funeral Home. A personal “Thank You” to Scott for his professionalism at all times, his guidance and compassion throughout this difficult time. Last, but not least, to Scott and his staff at Blair & Sons Funeral Home namely Colleen and Wayne for their assistance provided to me. Again, many thanks to all. Kay
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IRWIN, Bob “Celebration of Life” Sat. July 22nd 2017 IRWIN PARK across the street from: 248 Lakelands Lane, Clayton Lake Start 1 pm. Everyone Welcome Open House for a chance to remember Dad and say hello to Mom, a few songs, prayers and a bite to eat. Rain or Shine bring your own chairs
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Stewart John Raymond Stewart
Jack passed away suddenly of a heart attack at the Great War Memorial Hospital, Perth, on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. He was in his 82nd year. Jack was predeceased by his loving wife, Joyce Alfreda, nee Cox, in 2010, and his son, David, in 1989. Dear son of the late John and Annie Stewart. With heavy hearts, Jack will be missed by his son, Terry (Mary), and daughter, Tammy (Andy) Morrison, all of Perth. Jack enjoyed special relationships with his grandchildren –Ben, Julie, Thor, Anna, and Tia. He is survived by his dear sisters, Dorothy (Wes) Hannah of Perth, Betty (Stan) Vanden Bosch of Chesterville, and Sylvia (Wayne) McNamee of Perth, and his brother, Ralph (Janet) Stewart of McDonald’s Corners. Also, left to mourn Jack’s death, will be his brother-in-law, Bob (Marlene) Cox of Prince George, BC. Jack was a member of the Perth Volunteer Fire Department. He enjoyed curling, golfing and other outdoor activities. Visitation was held on Sunday, June 18th from 2-4 pm & 7-9 pm, at the O’Dacre Family Funeral Home, 15 Victoria Street, Perth. Funeral service took place on Monday, June 19th at 11:00 am in the Chapel of the funeral home. Special thanks to the staff of the Great War Memorial Hospital. For those wishing, donations would be appreciated to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, 1-800-361-2985, email@example.com Mr. Stewart’s funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the O’Dacre Family Funeral Ltd., of Perth.
A Celebration of Life Bill Heaphy Sept. 5, 1950 – Jan. 19, 2017 Join our family celebrating Bill’s life, on September 2, 2017 @ Burritt’s Rapids Community Hall. Drop by between 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. A book will be available for everyone to write their favourite memories for his family to enjoy. So if you knew Bill, please drop in and share.
Hewitt Joe Hewitt
Joe passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at the age of 97. Beloved husband for a remarkable 73 years of Reta (Street) Hewitt. Predeceased by his parents Fred and Maude Hewitt and his mother and father-in-law Hubert and Ethel Street. Much loved father of Donna (Doug) Ayotte, Sharon Hewitt, Brent (Irene) Hewitt, and Nancy (Kirk) MacDowall. Sadly missed by his grandchildren Darlene (André) Bain, Phillip (Joanne) Ayotte, Jennifer (Greg) Allen, Jeremy Hewitt, Amber MacDowall, Nathan (Kristen) MacDowall and his greatgrandchildren Kaitlin, Keira and Ryan Bain, Jack Ayotte and Leah Allen. Loved brother of Elton (Marie) Hewitt of Smiths Falls. Predeceased by brothers and sisters; Theresa (Jim) Simpson, Alvin (Kay) Hewitt, Viola (Archie) Donaldson, Doris Hewitt, Danny Hewitt, Anna (Bob) Kinch, Glenna (W.J.) Wright, Minnie (Keble) Davis, Ivan Hewitt, Verda (George) Abear, Vivian (Cecil) Street and Orville Hewitt (Helen of Jasper). Predeceased by brothers-in-law Lloyd (Doreen) Street and Kenny Street (Evelyn of Smiths Falls). Fondly remembered by numerous nieces, nephews, extended family, friends and neighbours. Family and friends were received at the Smiths Falls Free Methodist Church 573 Highway 29, Smiths Falls, on Friday, June 16, 2017 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Funeral service in celebration of Joe’s life took place at the Church on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Interment followed at Maple Vale Cemetery. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Smiths Falls Free Methodist Church or a charity of your choice. Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls (613) 283-2800 to send your condolences or for further information visit www.blairandson.com
Beryl Sylvia (Sansome)
Douglas Dean Peacefully at the Kingston General Hospital on Friday, June 9, 2017 in his 82nd year. Beloved husband of Mary (nee Lemax). Loving father of Brian (Nancy) Rhoden and Greg (Amy) Rhoden. Cherished grandfather of Kirill, Anton, Noah, Gracie and Addison. Dear brother of John (Margie) Rhoden and Gwen Sinclair, brother-in-law of Rick Ewing. Predeceased by his parents Frederick and Eliza (nee Dean) and by his siblings Herbert (Betty), Mary (Thomas Morrow), Marie (Glen Barber), Kathleen Ewing and infants Roy and Madeline. Doug will be fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Friends visited with the family on Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 11:00am until time of Memorial Service in the Chapel at 1 o’clock. Interment followed at Hillcrest Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy and in lieu of flowers donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated by the family. Online condolences available at www.lannin.ca
With sadness, we announce the death of Beryl Sylvia Garrett, 94, on June 13, 2017 at Lanark Lodge in Perth, ON. Beryl was born on November 7, 1922 in Toronto, ON to Arthur and Nancy Sansome. In 1947, she married Virgil Garrett and together they raised their two daughters Anne and Jane. Beryl taught elementary school in Sharbot Lake for most of her career. She earned a degree while working, and in 1978 was a proud graduate of Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Arts. She was a tireless volunteer in the Sharbot Lake United Church and other local community activities. Beryl is survived by her daughters Anne Garrett (Peter Jarvis) and Jane McFarlane (Ian), her grandchildren Duncan McFarlane (Cecilia Livingston), Heather McFarlane and Stuart McFarlane, her sister Joanne Petersen (Tom Matthews), nephews and nieces Marion Clark, Peter Garrett, David Peterson and Lorraine Jaffray. Visitation will be Friday June 23rd at 11am at Goodfellow’s Funeral Home in Parham, ON followed by a Funeral Service at 12pm, Rev. Jean Brown officiating. Donations to Sharbot Lake United Church or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at goodfellowsfuneralhome.com. DEATH NOTICE
ROCHON, LUCIEN “LOU”
(Retired TA Touchless Carwash, Arnprior) Peacefully at the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital with loved ones by his side on Thursday, June 1st, 2017; Lucien Roger Rochon of Arnprior passed away following a lengthy illness. He was 67. Beloved husband of Eileen (née Dunne). Dearly loved father of Christine Rochon (Paul Laprise), Christopher Rochon and Thomas Rochon and cherished “Grandpa” of Tiana and Olivia. Dear brother of Lucille Moloughney (Alfie), Denis and Jean-Guy Rochon. Special brother-in-law of Michael Dunne (Janice) and Mary McKenzie (Colin). Family and friends are invited to a Memorial Mass to be celebrated in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Braeside on Saturday morning, July 8th, 2017 at 11 o’clock. A luncheon will follow. In memory of Lou, please consider a donation to the Arnprior Regional Health Foundation. Condolences/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca
Majaury Laurie Elizabeth Majaury (née MacDonald)
HODGES, ELEANOR GLEED
(January 31, 1921 – June 12, 2017) Peacefully at The Grove Nursing Home, Arnprior. Beloved wife of the late William (Bill) Hodges (1969). Dearly loved mother of Bill (Joyce) of Knoxville, Tennessee; Peter (Libby) of Greeneville, Tennessee; Kathryn Hodges (Arne Fevang) of Sun Peaks, BC; Beth Delisle (Paul) of Arnprior; James (Chi-Ping Li) of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Teresa Lowe-Hodges (late Wayn Lowe) of Whitby, Ontario. Cherished “Nona” of Bradley, Sarah, Mike, Becky, Sam, Laura, Abby, Aaron, Auburn, and Dawson and great-grandmother of eight. Bright and intelligent, quiet but witty, Eleanor was an avid reader, knitter and bridge player, and was a devoted volunteeer at her church and at the Arnprior Hospital. Friends were invited to pay their respects at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Friday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. and again on Saturday from 11:30 to 12:15. A Funeral Mass was celebrated in her beloved St. John Chrysostom Church, Arnprior on Saturday afternoon at 1:00. Interment Malloch Road Cemetery, Arnprior. In memory of Eleanor, a donation to The Grove Nursing Home would be appreciated by her family. Condolences/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca
Laurie passed away suddenly on Monday June 12th, 2017 at home with her daughter Amber and joined by family at Perth hospital in her 53rd year. She was predeceased by her parents Garry MacDonald and Elizabeth Couch and her grandparents Dick and Florence (Burke) Couch. Laurie will be sadly missed by her partner Amanda Sullivan of Perth and her children Amber Majaury (Brad Cordick) of Perth, Jesse Majaury (Mya Bracegirdle) of Perth. Laurie enjoyed a special bond with her daughter and granddaughter Jordane Majaury the light of her life. She will be greatly missed by her sister Lisa MacDonald, nephew Stephen Stewart and niece Kaylea Burns. She will be missed by her aunts and uncles Barbara Couch, Constance Couch (Harley Chadwick), Jim Couch, Ken Couch (Lisa Harvey), the MacDonald family and remembered fondly by Tony Majaury. In Laurie’s spare time she enjoyed reading, taking her dogs for a walk with her daughter and granddaughter. Laurie was a long time employee of Brown Shoe Perth. A Gathering to Remember Laurie’s Life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, Perth on Saturday, June 24th, 2017 from 2:00 to 5:00 P.M. In remembrance of Laurie, contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society (Lanark County Breast Cancer) would be appreciated. Blair & Son Funeral Home, Perth (613) 267-3765 to send your condolences or for further information visit www.blairandson.com
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June passed away surrounded by the love of her family in hospital on Friday June 16th, 2017 at the age of 82. She was daughter of the late Evelyn Sargeant and Fred Trombley. June was the loved and devoted wife of Lyle for 58 years. She was the cherished mother of Cheryl (David) Trelly and Tracey Conroy (Blake Inwood); sister of Betty Cameron and the late Mary Cooper. June was a dedicated member of the Perth Fair Board - Homecraft for over 40 years and the St. Paul’s U.C.W. for over 50 years. She will be sadly missed by all her family and many good friends. Friends were received at Blair & Son Funeral Home, 15 Gore St. West, Perth, on Monday June 19th, 2017 from 2:00 to 5:00 and 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Funeral service was held in St. Paul’s United Church, Perth Tuesday at 1:00 P.M. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. In remembrance of June, donations to the Great War Memorial Hospital Foundation or the Arthritis Society would be appreciated.
Passed away peacefully surrounded by the love and comfort of her family, at the Smiths Falls Hospital on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at the age of 84. Loving and devoted mother of Judy Rogers (Gary Corbett) of Perth, Donna Rogers (Iris Doran) of Smiths Falls and the late Brent Rogers. Cherished grandmother of Kevin Brady (Leslie McDonnell). Norma is survived by her sister Eva (Dick) Dopson, and will be sadly missed by her many extended family and her friends in the BINGO community. Norma was also predeceased by her parents Richard and Myrtle White (nee Maloney), as well as her brother Leo White. Friends were received at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. The Funeral Service took place on Wednesday in the Chapel at 11 a.m. Interment followed at Hillcrest Cemetery. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Heart & Stroke Foundation. Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls (613) 283-2800 to send your condolences or for further information visit www.blairandson.com
Passed away peacefully with her family by her side, on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at the Ottawa General Hospital. Loving wife of Herman and caring mother of Michael (Leah Jean), Tyler, Calvin (Julie Moran) and Keena. Dear sister of Elgin (Sharlene) Holden and Cheryl (Tom) Brown. She will be greatly missed by nieces and nephews and the VanDongen and Edgar families. Lori will be remembered for her love of the outdoors, gardening, fresh flowers, travel and motorcycling. She was always loving, thoughtful, caring, and very organized. Lori’s family wish to thank Dr. Kim, Dr. Sy, Magdalena, Laura and the staff of the Critical Care Unit at the Ottawa General Hospital for being so kind, caring and compassionate. Friends and family are invited to visit on Friday, June 23, 2017 from 2-4 & 6-8 pm at the Kemptville Chapel of Hulse, Playfair & McGarry, 806 Prescott St, Kemptville. Funeral Service will be held at St. James Anglican Church, 35 Clothier St W. Kemptville, at 1 pm on Saturday, June 24, 2017. A reception will follow the burial. Donations to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada would be appreciated. Condolences/Tributes/Donations Hulse, Playfair & McGarry www.hpmcgarry.ca 613-258-2435
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Entered into to rest in Athens, on Monday June 12th, 2017. Brian James Kelford age 69 years, beloved son of the late Archie Kelford and the former Isabel Fitzpatrick. Dear brother of Sandra Williams of Smiths Falls, Heather Deschamps (Richard) of Carleton Place, David of Ottawa, Rob of Athens, Peter (Susan) of Ottawa and Kerry Tye (Blaine) of Tillsonburg. Predeceased by one brother John of Athens. In keeping with Brian’s wishes, cremation took place and a Private Family Celebration will be held at a later date. In memoriams to the charity of your choice will be gratefully acknowledged by the family. Visit a Book of Memories at: www.judsonfuneralhome.ca
KNIGHT - In loving memory of my parents Gordon, who passed away June 29, 1996 and Lyllis, June 12, 2007 The moment that you died, My heart split in two, The one side filled with memories, The other died with you. I often lay awake at night, When the world is fast asleep, And take a walk down memory lane, With tears upon my cheeks. Remembering you is easy, I do it every day, But missing you is a heartache That never goes away. I hold you tightly within my heart, And there you will remain, Life has gone on without you, But it never will be the same. For those who still have their Mom/Dad Treat them with tender care. You will never know the emptiness As when you turn and they’re not there. Loved and missed everyday, daughter Heather
KERRIGAN Raymond Joseph
Garrett Passed away peacefully at the Smiths Falls Hospital surrounded by his family on Friday, June 16, 2017 at the age of 74. Beloved husband and best friend of Judy (nee Gaudreau). Loving and devoted father of Ed (Lori) Garrett and Robin (Wayne) Conlon. Cherished grandfather of Curtis Conlon (Hayley Larmon-Code), Kelsey Conlon, Cody (Lindsay) Garrett, Conner Garrett (Marcus Babineau-Crane) and proud great-grandfather of Madalynn Crane. Wayne will be sadly missed by his sister Sheila (Bob) Arthur and his brother Aubrey (late Marie) Garrett, as well as his sisters-in-law Linda and Joyce Garrett and Judy’s sister Carol Ann (Jim) McNeil. Wayne is predeceased by his parents Kenneth and Viola (nee Ilan) Garrett and his brothers Larry and Dalton Garrett. Wayne will be sadly missed by his many nieces, nephews, extended family and many friends in the Smiths Falls and the surrounding communities. Friends were received at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. A service to celebrate Wayne’s life took place in the Chapel on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Private interment at Hillcrest Cemetery will take place at a later date. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, Heart & Stroke Foundation or to the charity of your choice.
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December 28, 1934-June 7, 2017 Surrounded by his beloved family; wife Dot (nee Small), children Patricia Kerrigan, Betty (David) Burton, Jo-Anne (Douglas) Coutts, Shawn (Dawn) Kerrigan, Kelly (Catherine) Kerrigan. Extremely proud grandpa to grandchildren Greg (Sarah) O’Brien, Shannon O’Brien, Stephanie (Kory) Austin, Zachary Burton, Brock (Sylvia) Coutts, Drew Coutts, Spenser Coutts, Brett (Jessica) Kerrigan, Sara (Jon) Vollebekk, Cailey Bryson, Meghan Bryson as well as great granddaughters Bria & Brinley Coutts and a new grandchild soon to join our loving family. He is survived by brother in law David (Mary) Small, and sisters-in-law Betty-Anne and Noreen Kerrigan and many nieces and nephews. Ray was predeceased by brothers Weldon (Noreen), Stuart (Aline), William (BettyAnne) and sisters Velma (Wilbert) Fogarty and Gwen (Arthur) O’Byrne. Ray was Chartered Grand Knight of Council 9455, as well as Area Chairman. A “Celebration of Ray’s Life” was held June 10th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. followed by a reception in the church hall at St. Patrick’s Parish, 15 Steeple Hill Crescent, Nepean, ON K2G 1G2.
Peacefully at Broadview Nursing Centre on Sunday, June 18, 2017, at the age of 95. GUTKNECHT, Eric Leslie William June 25, 2010 of Kemptville. Beloved wife of the We thought of you with love today, late Eldon Elliott but that is nothing new. and long-time We thought about you yesterday, partner of the late and the day before that, too. Emery Seguin. Lovingly remembered by We think of you in silence, children Bryan Elliott, Heather (Dwayne) we often say your name, Pemberton, Eva Desjardins, Allan Elliott, But all we have are memories and Karen Bradford. Nanny to Craig and your picture in a frame. (Pamela), Tamara (Chance), Dennis, Emily Your memory is our keepsake, (Spencer), Teneisha (Brent), Gillian, Caden, with which we’ll never part. Brandy and Chloe. Great grandmother God has you in His keeping, to Ashable, Dameon, Dennis Jr, Dakota we have you in our heart. and McIntyre. Dear sister of Jean (Bruce) We shed tears for what might have been, Kincaid; predeceased by her siblings a million times we’ve cried. Mervin Eastman, Beryl Osmond and If love alone could have saved you, Margaret Johnston. She will be missed you never would have died. In life we loved you dearly, by Emery’s children, nieces, nephews, in death we love you still, extended family and friends. Hilda will In our heart you hold a place, also be lovingly missed by all the excellent no one could ever fill. PSWs, nurses and staff at Broadview It broke our heart to lose you, Nursing Centre as they became very much but you didn’t go alone, a part of her family as well. Friends For part of us went with you, were invited to visit with the family from the day God took you Home. 11am-2pm, with the funeral directly following, at the Marsden and McLaughlin Mom and Dad Funeral Home in Williamsburg, Ontario on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017. Interment Visit www.ericgutknechtbursary.ca at Maple Ridge Cemetery followed by for more information on the a luncheon at the Chesterville Legion. Eric Gutknecht As expressions of sympathy donations Memorial Bursary. to the Alzheimer’s Society would be appreciated by the family in lieu of flowers. Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com. Connected to Your Community A/CP/K/P/SF - 31 - Thursday, June 22, 2017
GRAHAM, Don February 21, 1942 – June 27, 2015 In loving memory: Husband, Dad, Grandpa. The moment that you left me, My heart was split in two. One side was filled with memories; the other side died with you. I often lay awake at night when the world is fast asleep; And take a walk down memory lane with tears upon my cheek. Remembering you is easy, I do it everyday; But missing you is a heartache that never goes away. I hold you tightly within my heart and there you will remain; You see. Life has gone on without you, but will never be the same. Miss you, Darlene and family xo
GLENN, Daniel - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather who passed away June 25th, 2000. Treasured memories silently kept In the hearts of the family Who will never forget. Remembered always, Jacqueline Robert and Marg Tricia and Mike and grandchildren
Margaret Loynes June 4, 1931 – June 27, 2016 Is now one of our Angels Smiling is infectious, you catch it like the flu, When someone smiled at me today, I started smiling too. I passed around the corner, and someone saw my grin. When he smiled I realized, I’d passed it on to him. So, if you feel a smile begin, don’t leave it undetected. Let’s start an epidemic quick, and get the world infected! Love you always, Barb & Wanda Dawna & Jim, Matt & Adam Carol & Ron, Wendy & John and all of the Greats!
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GARAGE SALE Huge moving sale, June 25, 8-1pm, 85 Main Street East, Smiths Falls, kids, furniture, tools household items.
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HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. ANTIQUES. HONDA CIVIC CAR. PADDLE BOAT. @ 307 Otty Lake Side Rd. Perth, ON K7H 3C5 for the late George & Mary Norris on Sat., June 24/17 @ 10 am Vintage 8 pce oak dining room suite (draw table has 2 pull out leaves, turned legs & stretcher). Side by side china cabinet/buffet. Walnut china cabinet. Mahogany round dining room table. Pine kitchen table. Roxten coffee table. Matching love seat & chesterfield set. Love seat. 2 wicker sets. Queen Anne side chair. Victorian buttonback tub chair. 2 antique rockers. Antique footstool. Modern pine roll top desk. Magazine stand. Hall tree. 2 hope chests (1 cedar lined). Chest of drawers. Matching armoire & double mirrored vanity. 2 bar fridges. Water cooler. Elec. furnace. Accent & stand lamps. Everyday dishes. Sm. kitchen appliances. Crocks. Cast floor grates. Prints (incl. Mary de Wolfe). Antique cultivator. 3 water tanks. Milk cans. Upright set of scales. Pressure washer. Shop vac. Elec & plumbing supplies. 2 table saws. Jointer. Wooden work benches. Horse harness. Qty of hand & power tools. Bar clamps. Husqvarna 61 chainsaw. Blacksmith tongs. Qty brick & cultured stone. Push gas lawnmower. Stihl gas weed eater. 22 rifle. Paddle boat. 2002 Honda Civic (sold as is). Featuring many other articles too numerous to mention….. Join us for a nice clean auction sale. Expect surprises. Bring a lawn chair to settle the estate of George & Mary Norris, well renowned founders of Norris Sand & Gravel. Terms on Chattels; Cash & Cheque Only - Catering
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Niknaks Paddle Shack is officially open for business BY EVELYN HARFORD
Enjoying the water in Smiths Falls just got more exciting. The Record News caught up with Nicola Thomson, owner of Niknaks Paddle Shack, a seasonal kayak, canoe, stand-up paddle board and bike rental service, now open at the Murphy Park building on the shore of the Victoria Basin. Thomson, in her element, chatted with passersby with relaxing, chill music in the background, about rentals. She handed out a brochure to a gentleman inquiring about rentals at the beautiful, shady spot the paddle shack has along the Rideau Canal – the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Ontario. The former co-ordinator of the Smiths Falls Downtown Business Association (DBA) said she hopes the basin will become a tourism hub. While with the DBA, Thomson said the group noticed there was a lack of traffic coming from the boats in the basin to the downtown. “Bikes (that you can rent from Niknaks Paddle Shack) are one way to do that." But the business isn’t hoping to just bring people into the downtown, it's get-
ting people in the water to explore the beautiful waters Smiths Falls is blessed with. “You can go anywhere on the canals with the lock permits we have for our crafts,” said Thomson. The company offers one hour, half-day and full-day rentals for its kayaks, canoes and bikes, and half-day and full-day rentals for their stand-up paddle boards. Thomson said she hopes tourists and locals will take advantage of the Rideau Canal and the Town of Smiths Falls, through her company’s rentals, especially for people who might not have access to water crafts or bikes. “It’s a really great way to explore our waters.” In her two-and-a-half years with the DBA, Thomson said she kept saying: “We really need someone to do this.” So: “You know what? I’m going to do this.” “I just wondered why the water wasn’t being used." Thomson, who always enjoyed helping small businesses herself, never thought she’d start her own. But, she said, a combination of timing and opportunity helped the decision along. She, her husband, Chris, and her parents are working at the shack this summer, along with two local youth who have been hired on for seasonal work.
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they want to add tourism information into the mix. “I love talking to tourists,” said Thomson, who is not native to Canada. Originally from England, Thomson moved around a lot as a child, going to the U.S. for her father’s work and then around Canada – eventually settling in the Ottawa area in her youth. She met her husband, Chris co-owner of Niknaks Paddle Shack, in high
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Council continues discussion on the elimination, augmentation of vacancy rebate BY EVELYN HARFORD
Smiths Falls town council is considering various options surrounding the current vacancy rebate program that provides a tax break for property owners of vacant commercial and industrial buildings. According to a report initially tabled by town staff on May 8, Smiths Falls has had an “alarming number” of vacancy rebate applications since 2006 due to the loss of industry in town. The vacancy rebate program was first introduced in 2001 and provides property tax relief to owners of vacant commercial and industrial building through rebates issued by municipalities to assist businesses trying to navigate tough economic times. Currently, the rebate is required by the province, but recent flexibility offered means towns like Smiths Falls could reconsider how they extend the rebate. The current rebates are 30 per cent for commercial buildings and 35 per cent for industrial buildings. Buildings must be vacant for 90 days before they are eligible for the rebate. The town stated in a report put before council on May 8, that many properties reapply annually, but don’t appear to be working toward occupying their spaces. And, says the town, the rebates have led to financial consequences for Smiths Falls – such as a considerable loss of property tax revenue.
The town says the rebate, as it stands, has become “increasingly burdensome.” Smiths Falls has experienced a 520 per cent increase in the value of rebates from 2005-2014 with a peak of 880 per cent in 2011, according the report released in May. In 2016, the town distributed $148,234.06 in rebates for the 2015 taxation year. In May, council directed staff to start a public consultation process to assess the public opinion surrounding the current vacancy rebate program. The town held a public meeting in June and released a survey, the results of which were presented by the town’s clerk and director of corporate services, Kerry Costello, on June 19. The survey, with 30 respondents including business owners and commercial industrial property owners, Smiths Falls and non-Smiths Falls residents, showed that 83.33 per cent don’t support maintaining the vacancy rebate as it currently exists. The majority of survey respondents (43.33 per cent) said they would support the elimination of the vacancy rebate program, while a close second (36.67 per cent) being to keep a modified version of the rebate program – including establishing more stringent eligibility requirements such as the properties must be in condition to lease immediately and property owners must show evidence of attempting to
rent/lease, limiting the time limit and/ or geographic eligibility to incentivize owners to rent out their dwellings. However, one individual commented in the survey response that the tax rebate allows property owners to make improvement to the rental space, highlighting that there “doesn’t seem to be demand for commercial tenancy at this time in our town and the rebate allows the owner to pay the taxes and maintain the property. Another stated, “I’ve been a commercial property owner for 15 years and have never received a return on my investment much less a profit. My property is worth less now then (sic) when I bought it. Now you’re thinking of removing one of the few breaks I’ve gotten over the years.” On the flip side, another stated that they felt the vacancy rebate was a “burden on the Residential Rate Payers.” There are currently four options on the table for Smiths Falls council: 1) The elimination of the vacancy rebate program; 2) No change to the current program; 3) Phase-out the vacancy rebate program over four years with a declining benefit each year; and, 4) Use the savings from either the elimination or reduction of the rebate program to offset and increase to a Community Improvement Plan (CIP), intended to encourage rehabilitation initiatives and/or stimulate develop-
ment. Option four was added to the list of options one through three that were on the table prior to the public consultation. However, town staff have recommended that a consultant be retained to determine option four is a feasible option. If it is, the town said a procurement process would be undertaken for a consultant to write the policy. Coun. Jay Brennan said he would like to see the vacancy rebate phased out. Coun. Joe Gallipeau wanted more information on why there are so many vacant properties in Smiths Falls. He also worried that by getting rid of the vacancy rebate, it could have the effect of increasing zoning amendments for property owners of commercial buildings wanting to change their property’s zoning from commercial to residential, now that a precedent has been set by zoning amendments that have been approved by the town around its downtown area in recent months. Mayor Shawn Pankow suggested that getting rid of the vacancy rebate all together might not be the answer, and perhaps the town could augment the time limit for eligibility to one or two years, acknowledging that the retail world has changed and that some property owners go through difficult times. Pankow said he’d like to see a blend of a reduction in time limits, as well as a CIP-style grant system so that vacant
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buildings could be revamped and revitalized. The idea, he said, is to deal with the “chronic abusers” of the vacancy rebate program. Other municipalities in the area gave feedback to the town on the direction they’re taking on the matter. Mississippi Mills, not pursuing any change; Montague, maintaining status quo for now; Drummond/North Elmsley, didn’t take the report to council because there was no appetite among the majority treasures in the County of Lanark to change the vacancy rebate program; Perth, no change; Carleton Place, no change. In the town’s feedback, they said they see value in the current vacancy rebate; Gananoque, phasing out the program; MerrickvilleWolford, no discussion yet at council; City of Ottawa, phasing out the program by 2018. Other municipalities consulted included: Brockville, Athens, North Grenville, Edwardsburg, Cardinal, Augusta, Hamilton, Peterborough, Port Hope, Kingston and Kawartha Lakes. Costello said that the current deadline for the town to get their decision into the province is July 1, and she said while she believes there could be another opportunity in the future to change their position on the vacancy rebate, she couldn’t make any guarantees to council. This issue will be back again to council for discussion.
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Montague resident Karina Flick attempts to bench press 115 pounds, during the Live. Love. Lift bench press competition, which was presented by Rideau Winery. The 5th annual Smiths Falls Healthy Living Festival took place on Saturday, June 17 in the municipality’s downtown corridor, offering fun-filled and health-oriented activities for all ages. Above: Precision Cheer members strike a pose after performing in the main stage area.
The 5th annual Smiths Falls Healthy Living Festival took place on Saturday, June 17 in the municipality’s downtown corridor, offering fun-filled and health-oriented activities for all ages. Nine-year-old Addyson McDonald of Smiths Falls checks out the Extreme Zipline, sponsored by the local Canadian Tire.
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The 5th annual Smiths Falls Healthy Living Festival took place on Saturday, June 17 in the municipality’s downtown corridor, offering fun-filled and health-oriented activities for all ages. Beckwith Street was packed with festival goers all day. Eleven individuals were vying for the title of 2017 Healthy Living Ambassador. The winner was Jen Bond. Bond was not in attendance, but last year’s recipient, Rachel Bell, accepted her award.
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Smiths Falls Mayor Shawn Pankow dons Plaid for Dad, part of a national campaign to raise awareness and research funds for prostate cancer. Thousands of people will be going “Plaid for Dad” this Father’s Day weekend from June 16 to June 18.
Smiths Falls mayor goes ‘Plaid for Dad’ BY EVELYN HARFORD
Who said plaid was out? Mayor Shawn Pankow joined thousands across the country who are going "Plaid for Dad" as part of a national campaign aimed at raising awareness and research funds for prostate cancer. Pankow donned a fashionable shirt with two different paid patters, combined with a plaid jacket and tie on Friday, June 16 – along with other politicians, celebrities and athletes – who are trying to get people talking about prostate cancer through the fun campaign for a serious issue. A good thing, since according to Prostate Cancer Canada, 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with
prostate cancer in their lifetime. Last year, 4000 died from the disease. But thanks to better treatment options and improved testing, the death rate has been declining significantly by almost 3.1 per cent per year between 2003 and 2012, according to the organization. Launched in 2015, the Plaid for Dad campaign has been growing ever year to help celebrate the Father’s Day weekend and help the men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. The Friday before Father’s Day is officially designated as the day to wear Plaid for Dad. If you went Plaid for Dad, use the hashtag #PlaidforDad to show your support and help spread the word.
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Food hub announces 'Pigstock' event, with live music, local foods, craft beer, and pig roast The Two Rivers Food Hub is getting ready for the first Pigstock, a Woodstockesque outdoor musical event complete with local food vendors, craft beer, on-site bar, and succulent, locally-sourced BBQ whole pig slow-cooked to perfection with all the fixings. On Saturday, July 8, the main parking area and the adjacent courtyard of the Gallipeau Centre in Smiths Falls will host live musical performances from notable area folk/ roots performers Ali McCormick, Moore and McGregor, Steve Stacey and Marleen Fawcett as well as the Food Hub’s general manager, Bruce Enloe, a singer-songwriter in his own right. Running from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., this fam-
ily-friendly event will be held rain or shine, and will also include a children’s craft area, market vendors, craft beer, cash bar, and BBQ pork with all the fixings prepared by Primitive Catering and Catered Affairs. This local food-centered event is sure to be a winner for the Two Rivers Food Hub, the linchpin for local farmers and local food processors in the Lanark & LeedsGrenville area. Two Rivers Food Hub is a full service, year-round, 100 per cent local foods distributor offering the freshest, highest quality foods directly sourced from a growing network of producers and processors. Enloe explained that the Two Rivers Food Hub marketing committee was looking to
host an event that would both get people out to the hub and spread awareness while promoting local foods and food processors. “This is an event that’s going to keep coming back year after year,” Enloe explained, “We want people to look forward to a food hub community event that’s a lot of fun and will fill you up on excellent local food at the same time.” Good food won’t be in short supply at Pigstock, where guests can expect to receive roughly one pound of tender, slowroasted pork, accompanied by pesto pasta salad, coleslaw, potato salad, homemade cornbread, and one complimentary mixed drink ticket (or soda, juice). Two local craft breweries, Cartwright Springs and 4 Degrees
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Cathcart expected to stand trial in Superior Court after preliminary hearing BY EVELYN HARFORD
Blair Cathcart, the former Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute teacher, who was charged with six counts of sexual assault, five counts of sexual interference and one count of sexual exploitation last summer, is expected to stand trial. The Cathcart matter came before the courts in Perth for a preliminary hearing on June 14, according to the court who informed the Record News there was enough evidence found to go forward with a trial in the Superior Court.
Police started the investigation into Cathcart on June 10, 2016. The investigation concluded 10 days later with Cathcart’s arrest. Since his arrest on June 20, 2016, Cathcart has been suspended by the Upper Canada District School Board. His case was last before the Smiths Falls court for a judicial pretrial on Friday, Jan. 27. These charges against Cathcart have not been proven in court, and this case is also covered by a publication ban. Cathcart will next appear in court for a judicial pretrial at the Perth courthouse on June 30 at 12:30 p.m. With files from Desmond Devoy
Denham case trial confirmation adjourned twice; next court date, June 30 BY EVELYN HARFORD
Smiths Falls resident Kelley Denham’s trial confirmation proceedings have been adjourned twice, with the next court date scheduled for June 30. Denham's trial was originally set to run from Tuesday, Aug. 8 to Friday, Aug. 18, dependent on the outcome of a confirmation hearing, originally scheduled for June 5. The matter was adjourned on June 5 until June 12, and again until June 30. The Smiths Falls Police Service allege that Denham was responsible for posting the confidential information of 285 clients of the Family and Children’s Services of Lanark, Leeds, and Grenville on the Internet. It is alleged that she accessed the service’s computer system to access the information, and then posted a link to one of the documents online. She has been charged with the following of-
fences: •Theft under $5,000 (section 334 of the Criminal Code of Canada (CCA); •Mischief over $5,000 (section 430 (1) of the CCA); •Mischief of data (section 430 (5) of the CCA); •Unauthorized use of a computer (section 342 of the CCA); •Traffic in identity information (section 402.2 (2) of the CCA); and, •Publication of identifying information (section 85 (3) of the Child and Family Services Act of Ontario.) These charges have not been proven in court. If convicted, she could face imprisonment of up to 10 years and/or fines of up to $10,000. Denham's case will next appear at the Perth courthouse on June 30 at 9:30 a.m. With files from Desmond Devoy
Smiths Falls police respond to disturbances, breach of conditions Police briefs from June 9 to June 13 Disturbance leads to arrest On Friday June 9, 2017, at approximately 9:21 a.m., police were called to attend a Lombard Street residence for a report of a female suspect being out of control. Police attended and an investigation revealed that a 19-year-old female resident had damaged a window, uttered a threat, assaulted police and resisted arrest. The suspect was placed under arrest and later released by way of an appearance notice and officer in charge undertaking. Male arrested after breaching his probation conditions On Monday June 12, 2017, at approximately 9:41 a.m., police were called to attend a Church Street West residence, for a report of a male suspect breaching his probation conditions. An investigation revealed that a 39-year-old male of Smiths Falls had attended a residence on Church Street West on two separate occasions. The suspect is currently on an outstanding pro-
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bation order with a condition of not to attend the residence. The suspect was later located and arrested and held for a bail hearing. Male and female arrested after disturbance On Tuesday June 13, 2017, at approximately 1:16 a.m., police were called to attend a Thomas Street address for a possible domestic dispute. Police attended and it was found that a 49-yearold male suspect of Smiths Falls and a 50-yearold female of Smiths Falls were inside the residence. An investigation revealed that both were breaching their officer in charge undertaking conditions by associating with each other. Both were placed under arrest and later released by way of appearance notices and officer in charge undertakings. The Smiths Falls Police Service urges anyone with further information regarding this incident, or similar incidents, to contact our service at 613-283-0357. Information may be provided anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
This cat should have been spayed. Spaying/Neutering prevents the births of cats and dogs for whom no homes can be found. In Canada, tens of thousands of cats and dogs are put to death annually in pounds and shelters because there are not enough homes for them. And how many more die on the streets from sickness, injury and starvation? PLEASE SPAY AND NEUTER YOUR ANIMALS.
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Rideau Paddlefest 2017 Thank you to our sponsors, who helped make Paddlefest 2017 a success Tweed Inc. Canadian Tire Town of Smiths Falls Kilmarnock Enterprise Canada 150 Wills Transfer Innovative Logic Rotary Club of Smiths Falls Andress Your Independent Grocer Mike Fair Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac Ltd. Hanks Tire Impression Printing Smiths Falls Nissan Rideau Home Hardware Healey Transportation Ltd. Schur’s Automotive Repairs
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Majors Owen (left) and Sharon Rowsell (right) of the Salvation Army Mississippi-Rideau Lakes Corps that serves Lanark County and Smiths Falls received recognition on their retirement from the Salvation Army on the weekend of June 10-11. They’re pictured with their award presented by Smiths Falls Coun. Jay Brennan. The majors started with the local Salvation Army in 2015.
Andrewsville historic plaque unveiled
As part of a Canada 150 project, the Friends of Andrewsville Bridge unveiled a heritage plaque and bench June 10, on the banks of the Rideau River. Above, Lily and Isabella Duncan, in front, reveal the plaque with help from Friends of Andrewsville Bridge’s Tom Beach and Jocelyn Rait.
Local news matters
hat would happen if newspapers disappeared? Would Facebook or Twitter take over the news void? For me the answer is a clear, hard no. And while my position on the matter is coming from a biased place, after all, I do work at a newspaper. But it also comes from years of being a news consumer and a student studying the stuff. The entire news ecosystem, in large part, depends on local media and in particular print media – including the stories that have come out of the Smiths Falls Record News for the better part of 130 years. Stories don’t “come from Twitter or Facebook” as some people believe. They come from real reporters, doing real reporting; reporters who sit in council meetings, go to local community events and comb through annual reports and documents put out by think tanks, police, fire departments, municipalities and advocacy groups to tell stories that matter, inform the public, impact public policy and hold governments to account. Over the years, traditional, legacy journalism has been hit hard by the rise of digital online content. Some institutions are adapting faster and better than others. The numbers of journalists and reporters stomping the pavement has dropped dramatically over the last 10 years – papers have been shut down – cities have been hit hard and smaller towns have been hit harder. Some publications have sprung up in an attempt to fill the void of institutional media, but often the reporting relies on untrained reporters and citizen journalism. I must emphasize that while citizen journalism can be helpful, it should not be seen as a substitute to fill the void of reporters who are trained to tackle sensitive issues such as court cases, where there are serious legal ramifications if you get the story wrong, or investigative stories that require care, background and training to tackle. Local media must survive, in whatever incarnation can remain profitable enough to employ reporters who are out in the community, telling stories that matter and holding our local officials to account. This includes occupying a digital space and creating a media vehicle that is both accessible and digestible for the public. I punctuate this with my experience as a reporter in Smiths Falls. Many
EVELYN HARFORD View From Here stories that get picked up by the CBC and larger newspapers from the Ottawa Valley, originate with local reporters. I’ve had a number of stories picked up by national and regional newsrooms since I’ve been in Smiths Falls, including the personal story of Chelsea Metcalfe after the Highway 43 fire last November, the basic income debacle from December and most recently the Smiths Falls & District Aquatic Recreation Centre’s closure. And to illustrate the point further, even other local media will retell the Record News’ stories, heading off their stories with, “The Smiths Falls Record News is reporting…”. I’m not taking this as an opportunity to criticize other outlets for “stealing our stories.” I don’t care about the stories spreading (after all that’s why we tell stories) – it’s just to illustrate that stories come from somewhere, and without local reporters many would never be told. My colleagues, who report out of Carleton Place, Perth and Kemptville have experienced the same. A radio station even emailed my news editor to get contact information for our local athlete, Neil Doef, who is heading to Princeton in the fall on a hockey scholarship. Local news matters, and you, the community, still care. You read our stories and these days, in our regions, many of you still pick up a physical paper and many of you do not. But you, the readers, do click on our links on Facebook, like our page and interact with our content. You see, you haven’t gotten the news from Facebook, you’ve gotten it from us. So, next time you celebrate the death of traditional print media, remember that we are an integral piece in the media ecosystem. That’s why, as a 25-year-old reporter, in an age where digital reigns supreme, I took a job at a print paper; my first love in the journalism world. Support your local media and continue to share your stories with us. It’s why we’re here!
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BY EVELYN HARFORD
The sensational Town of Smiths Falls is getting a makeover. After months of work by a cross section of town departments and with the help of brand and marketing agency, Cinnamon Toast, the town’s new face will be unveiled on Thursday, June 29 at the Gerry Lowe Outdoor Rink at 12:30 p.m. “We want everybody to be there,” said Cyril Cooper, the town’s manager of economic development. “It’s an opportunity for the town to show its pride and look forward to our future.” Cooper said the previous branding served its purpose, but the revamp will bring a fresh start and an update to the town’s face. “We’re quite excited about it – I’m excited,” he said. “It’s good for community pride.” Cooper said the town consulted with citizens and stakeholders to ensure the new look reflects how the
No by-election will be held in Rideau Lakes
At the close of Nominations on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, only one candidate had stood for the office of Councillor – Ward 1. In accordance with the Municipal Act, on Monday, June 5, 2017, Rob Dunfield was acclaimed to the office of Councillor – Ward 1 (Bastard & South Burgess) for the Township of Rideau Lakes by the Clerk, Mary Ellen Truelove. Following the acclamation, Council held a regular meeting at 6 p.m. where the Declaration of Office was administered and Mr. Dunfield was officially sworn in to his new position as councillor. With the acclamation of Dunfield, the by-election scheduled for July 8, 2017 (Advance Poll) and July 14, 2017 (Election Day) will not be held. Dunfield will take the place of the late Doug Good who died tragically in a drowning incident on the Big Rideau last winter. Paula Banks had her hat in the ring for inclusion as a choice on the ballot. She withdrew her name, and has written a letter to the editor about her reasoning - which will appear in print in an upcoming issue of the Record News. In it she stated that she didn't want to cost the taxpayers money, and will support Dunfield in his quest for the mayor's chair, if he seeks that position in the 2018 municipal election. Submitted by the Township of Rideau Lakes
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community sees itself and embodies the essence of Smiths Falls. Cooper wouldn’t give the Record News any hints about new colours or themes used in the new designs. So, if you’ll have to attend the launch along with us to see for yourself. The contract with the marketing and branding agency cost around $20,000 and was budgeted for in the 2016 budget.
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Harry Patel, owner of the two Subway Restaurants in Smiths Falls, donates $1,500 to Lise Smith, executive director of the Smiths Falls Hospital Foundation June 19. The donation was the result of an event held June 9 where 15 per cent of net sales were donated to the foundation. Patel is hoping to turn this first time event into an annual fundraiser for the hospital. Smith said the donation will help kick off their latest fundraising campaign for a $200,000 ultrasound unit.
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Politicians want property rights enshrined in Constitution BY DESMOND DEVOY
A quartet of local Conservatives are continuing their push to enshrine property rights in Canada's Constitution. Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington MPP Randy Hillier, Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MP Gord Brown, Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston MP Scott Reid and Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark held a property rights symposium at the Lombardy Agricultural Society Hall on Tuesday, May 23. Brown welcomed his fellow politicians to Lombardy, in the northern reaches of his riding, by reminding them that “I am in favour of entrenching property rights in the Constitution.” And property rights, Brown added, cover everything from pipelines to cellphone towers to pruning branches on your neighbour’s tree if they hang into your yard. History lesson Reid said he agreed with Brown that “entrenching property rights in the Constitution (is) absolutely vital.” A former teacher, Reid explained that property can be carved up into different ways -- intellectual property (trademarks, copyright, patents) and physical property (land and “chattel,” which could be anything on the land, like, say, a car). While wealth used to be drawn from land ownership, now “the wealthy mainly derive their wealth from intellectual property.” Imagine owning stocks in, say, Disney, or a pharmaceutical company like Pfizer, with drug patents on, say, Viagra, or even his own family-owned store chain, Giant Tiger, with “goodwill associated with that trademark.” Reid stressed that he had no problem with expropriation of land, so long as people are properly compensated for it. If, for example, the government needs to build a highway through your property, you can be compelled to sell to the government – but you must be compensated at current market rates. “There are very few complaints about actual expropriation” aside from the odd, unintended bureaucratic hiccup, said Reid. Sometimes, regulations are well-meaning but, according to Reid, are poorly executed by putting financial pressure on landowners. In 2003, Ontario passed regulations “in (the) wake of the Walkerton disaster” that every publicly accessible water source had to have a wa-
ter filter. As a result of this, some campgrounds closed as did some community halls, because of the cost. “Some of these regulations are a little silly,” said Reid. While he has nothing against environmental protections, he chided governments for shunting the costs of these protections on to the shoulders of those for whom the costs would be considerable. “When (the costs) are passed off to a third party, the government stops caring,” said Reid. "Governments must keep such items on their books as budget items.” Reid said he would like to see an Ontarioonly amendment to the Constitution, which, he said, is possible. He referred to an instance where New Brunswick was able to enshrine the rights of its citizens to “parallel, linguistic school systems” for French and English-language education. It was done by way of “an identical resolution” passed on both Parliament Hill in Ottawa and at the Fredericton legislature. He said a similar resolution on property rights could be done for Ontario. Landowners’ stake As a co-founder of the Lanark Landowners Association, Hillier has long been an advocate of property rights, “a subject I’m very passionate about.” He worked on a rural policy committee set up by Reid and “it became apparent to us that there was a need for better protection of property rights.” The committee came upon stories of regulations run amok, of the Ministry of the Environment complaining about water contamination as a result of bark and sawdust from a nearby mill, of well-intentioned policies made in Toronto “that were harming people ... government was ever-expanding its role.” Flexing a libertarian streak, he wondered, “How do we limit government growth (and) intrusion into our lives?” He was clear that “regulations are the bane of my existence. They are never debated, they are never discussed, and they are seldom known. They never come to a vote.” One example was a proposed regulation that septic tanks be pumped every two years, which has since been withdrawn. “The mandatory pumping will not go forward,” he said. Another example saw the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) trying to ex-
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pand its jurisdiction to every wetland that was more than an acre in size. He charged that, if this happened, “a significant number of properties,” would be drained, so to speak, of their development potential. For Hillier, there are too many stories to count of stifling government over-regulation. One constituent bought a five-acre parcel of land near a lake that he wanted to build a house on. Four years later, after two environmental assessments, four site plans, three biological assessments -- all at an additional cost of $125,000 -- “he still does not have approval to build a home.” “If we do not allow our communities to grow ... we will not be able to keep our hospitals open” or our rural schools, he said. He pointed to statistics that show that while Ontario’s economy is growing, “it has all been centred in Toronto and Ottawa. We (in rural areas) have still not regained our employment levels” to where they were before the recession of 2008. A lack of development, Hillier believes, will mean a slow death for rural Ontario. The provincial government recently anSensational!
nounced changes to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) but has been a bit hazy on the details. “We have not seen any legislation on it yet so we cannot pass judgment on it,” said Hillier. However, “it’s moving in a better direction than it has been. I hope we do see some significant changes to the new OMB.” On another matter, a resident complained that two adjoining pieces of property, on which a relative had paid separate taxes for years, had been merged without their consent or even knowledge. “If you have a lot ... and you purchase an adjacent piece of property under the same name, you now have one piece of property,” explained Hillier, adding this was a “basic element of property law. Often, there is no mechanism to inform the landowners that that (change) has happened.” He also said that if a government agency is adamant that, say, a small, swampy area on your property is really a significant wetland, he urged “local councils to stand up (and say) ‘I’m not going to take your word as gospel. Come out and prove this a wetland.'"
2017 FINAL TAX BILLING The First Installment of the 2017 Final Tax Billing is due on
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June 30, 2017
All Final 2017 Tax Bills were mailed on Jun 5th. If you have not received your bill, please contact the Tax Office, at 283-4124. Tax bills were mailed to all property owners regardless of how your taxes are paid. Keep this bill for your records. Failure to receive a tax bill in the mail does not excuse the taxpayer from the responsibility of payment, nor does it relieve the liability of penalty for the late payment. Any change of mailing address must be in writing as per the Muncipal Act, 2001. Our change of address form can be found on our website: www.smithsfalls.ca Your payment may be made by any one of the following methods: • In person at the Town Hall, 77 Beckwith St. N, Smiths Fall 8:30 - 4:30 Monday - Friday, or use our drop box at the main entrance • By mail to PO Box 695, Smiths Falls, ON K7A 4T6 • Post dated cheques • At any Chartered Bank (on or before the due date only) • Via telephone or Internet banking through any chartered bank Please allow 3-5 business days for your payment to reach us Penalty of 1.25% shall be added to any accounts not received by the due date. Any unpaid balances from previous years have been assessed at 1.25% interest per month. Beth Cozens AMCT Tax Collector
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Smiths Falls Fire Department increased fire prevention activities, training and received less calls for service in 2016 BY EVELYN HARFORD
alarm. In 2016, the Smiths Falls Fire Department was involved in one of the largest Lanark County fires; a brush fire along the CP Railroad on the edge of Highway 43 in Drummond/North Elmsley, between Smiths Falls and Perth. In 2016, the Smiths Falls Fire Department fought one of the largest fires for the last 20 years – an apartment complex fire on Robinson Avenue. According to the report, the fire burned 10 dwellings with a loss of $1.5 million. More than 60 fire fighters were involved in the blaze. BY THE NUMBERS Building fires: 12, down from 19 the previous year; Vehicle fires: nine, up from six the previous year; Grass, forest, bush fire: four down from seven the previous year; Other: eight, down from 11 the previous year; MVC/Extraction/ Rescues: 14, up from eight the previous year; Haz Mat/Spill: four, down from eight the previous year; Carbon Monoxide: one, down from two the previous year; False alarms: 0, down from six the previous year; Activated alarm monitored: 49 (no previous years recorded); Activated alarm not monitored: 24, down from 94 the previous year; Mutual aid provided: six, down from 10 the previous year; Assistance to police: three, down from four the previous year; Assistance to ambulance (EMS): six, down from 12 the previous year; Medical response: 10, up from one the previous year; Odor: 10, up from nine the previous year; Citizen assistance: 20, up from five the previous year; Service not required: 12, down from 32 the previous year; and, Other incidents: 16, up from five the previous year. DISBATCH FIGURES Monatgue: 50; Drummond/North Elmsley/ Tay Valley: 162; Smiths Falls: 221; Carleton Place: 121; Beckwith: 87; Mississippi Mills: 177; Perth: 96; and, Lanark Highlands: 98. TYPES OF FIRE PHONE CALLS RECEIVED Chimney fires: 15, down from 22 the previous year; Grass/bush fires: 60, up from 59 the previous year; Miscellaneous: 82, down from 97 the previous years; Structure/kitchen fires: 48, down from 49 the previous year; and, Vehicle fires: 29, down from 28 the previous year. To see the full report, visit: https://smithsfalls.ca/public_ docs/events/Smiths%20 Falls%20Fire%20Department%20Annual%20
Another year and another annual report for the Smiths Falls Fire Department. The department saw an increase in fire prevention activities, training and less calls for service in 2016, with a total of 208, down from 203 the previous year. The Smiths Falls Fire Department presented their annual report before council on June 5. “The hard work and dedication of our volunteer firefighters and the support of their families and employers has been essential to our success as a fire department and we are very grateful for their contribution,” wrote Chief Normand Beauchamp in the annual report. “Likewise, the hard work and enthusiasm of our career staff has been essential to our high quality of service delivery and together both groups are responsible for providing an efficient and quality fire service for Smiths Falls, Rideau Lakes and Drummond/North Elmsley.” The department saw a 3.48 per cent increase in its revenues from $292,448 in 2015 to $302,627 in 2016. In part, this was due to extra revenue streams coming from agreements with Drummond/North Elmsley and the Township of Rideau Lakes. Last year the department bought a new breathing air unit, allowing the department to fill up to 30 breathing air cylinders on a fire ground. Additionally, according to the report, the department also replaced their old breathing air compressor with a new one which brought the department up to date for filling cylinders for the next two decades. In 2016, members of the Smiths Falls Fire Department received a lot of training. “As of December 31, 2016, all Smiths Falls firefighters are fully certified as NFPA 1001 level 2 and NFPA 472, operational level – one of the rare departments in the province to have all staff fully certified,” according to the annual report. Last year was also a big year for fire prevention as the department saw a 749 per cent increase in prevention activities compared to 2015. In 2016, the department also started a residential smoke/carbon monoxide alarm check program to reach homes and provided information about why it’s important to have a working Report%202016.pdf.
Clarification: Due to incorrect information received by this newspaper, Caleb Cooney’s name was misspelled in last week’s article about the Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute sports awards. Caleb received the MIP award for football. Congratulations to all sports award winners from SFDCI.
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Show your Canadian pride and celebrate Canada Day by decorating your home or business for Canada’s 150th birthday. To help you get started Metroland Media and Canadian Tire will be distributing a special Canada Day poster/wrap to be displayed in your home or business. Decorate your space and then submit a photo to win a prize from Canada’s leading retailer, Canadian Tire. As an added bonus you will have a chance to win 1 of 2 family packs to the upcoming performance of Phantom of the Opera on October 18th in Ottawa. Clip your ballot in your local Metroland newspapers starting June 15th and drop it off at your participating Canadian Tire location.
Contest Entry: decorate your home or business using merchandise and/or decorations, paying tribute to your love of Canada, take a photo and submit it to your local Canadian Tire store in which you live and/or work or access the contest website at www.insideottawavalley.com (bit.ly/2rUHGfv) and follow the prompts to fill out the online ballot. Each Metroland newspaper title will have a panel of judges to determine the winner in each community. Each winner will receive a prize compliments of Canadian Tire. All photos will be published within Metroland community newspapers. Not only that, but all participants help to unite our communities during Canada’s 150th birthday, fostering a feeling of togetherness and goodwill.
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WE THE PROUD CANADA DAY CONTEST RULES & REGULATIONS No purchase necessary. Prizes will be awarded by 3 judges, (1 representative from a local Canadian Tire location, 2 representatives from Metroland Media newspapers). The Contest is open to residents in Prescott, Brockville, Kemptville, Perth, Smiths Falls, Carleton Place and Arnprior, Ontario who have attained the age of 18 as at the start of the Contest Period. Judging will take place on Friday, July 14th 2017 at 10:00 am ET. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. 7 prizes are available to be won, 1 prize per Canadian Tire store location which range in approximate retail value of $249.99 to $949.99. 2 family packs consisting of 4 tickets to the Phantom of the Opera performance in Ottawa on October 18, 2017 will also be won by random draw by ballot. Please bring your ballot to your local Canadian Tire store. The ballot will be published in all 6 Metroland Media weekly newspapers on June 15th, 22nd and 29th. (St. Lawrence News, Kemptville Advance, Smith Falls Record News, Perth Courier, Carleton Place Canadian Gazette, Arnprior Chronicle-Guide) Contest period opens at 12:01 am ET Thursday, June 15th and ends at 11:59 p.m. on July 2nd. For information on how to enter and for complete contest rules visit www.insideottawavalley.com (bit.ly/2rUHGfv)
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Henderson wins first tournament on LPGA tour of 2017 – fourth in total BY LAURIE WEIR
Brooke Henderson sealed the deal Sunday at the Meijer LPGA Classic For Simply Give, capturing her fourth LPGA title with a score of 17-under par. She fired a final round 66 to win by two strokes over Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson of the U.S. and took home the top prize of US$300,000. It was a great Father’s Day gift for her dad, Dave Henderson who along with her mom Darlene, made the trip to Michigan. “It was just like the perfect day,” she said. “Dad is my coach; he’s a great father to both my sister and I, and he’s one of our best friends. He’s with us all the time and he gave me a lot of lines early in the week that I didn’t know, that I wouldn’t normally take without him there. But he said, ‘If you want to win and you want to contend, you need to take these lines off the tee.’ I did that and I had an advantage over the rest of the field all four days. So this win, I say it’s for him but it really is for him because I probably wouldn’t have done it without him.” On having her family present, Henderson said she was thankful for the support. “I love having them here. I wouldn’t be in this position without them,” she said. “My mom and dad have sacrificed so much for me to be here and I love having them around, not only for their support off the golf course, but my dad is my coach on the golf course. So I love to have him there and show me lines and angles and help me with my swing if I ever
Brooke Henderson file photo from September 2015. need it. My sister, (Brittany) she’s my caddie. I don’t think I could play as well with somebody else on my bag. I trust her, and she trusts my decisions as well and she lets me go when she thinks I’m right, which is great. Yeah, I love having my family here. This is my first win with
them and I’m really proud and happy to be able to share it with them.” It was Henderson’s first win on the tour this year. “It’s amazing. I’m super excited right now,” Henderson said. “I was shooting 3-under and I don’t think I had any bogeys today, which was great.
The wind picked up. I was kind of surprised when I looked up at the leaderboard and saw that I had a two-shot lead.” Henderson had a bogey-free 3-under-par 66 (the par-5 5th hole was once again converted to a par 3 because of standing water in the fairway). She said she was super happy and glad that it’s done. Lexi Thompson, who held the lead after the third round, struggled with two-putts while Henderson regained the lead on the front nine with a pair of birdies. Making crucial par putts on 16 and 18 allowed for Henderson to keep her lead over Thompson. “That putt on 16 was really huge ... to make those putts under pressure ... there are so many great names up there (on the leaderboard) and to finish on top is really exciting.” Henderson said it was around this time last year that she won her first major. “… and seeing I was kind of looking to win something this year that kind of meant so much. It’s kind of been a little bit tougher season for me, I haven’t got the results that I’ve been really looking for. But this week I played really well and things kind of started to turn around for me. So to get my fourth win is super exciting and I’m just excited for the rest of the summer now.” She said she’s taking next week off to do some sponsor work. “I’m taking next week off, which will be really nice. Kind of do some sponsor days, and playing in the CVS charity event (Monday, June 19) in Rhode Island.”
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Henderson was teamed with Billy Andrade and Keegan Bradley at the CVS Health Charity Classic which they won by one stroke. Henderson birdied the final hole to win the match. According to WPRI. com this win is the first time host Andrade has won at his own event. Andrade is a Bristol, Rhode Island native and has been a PGA Tour Pro since 1987. He and Brad Faxon have hosted this tournament for nineteen consecu-
tive years. Henderson is then off to Illinois for the KPMG for June 29. “... my next LPGA Tour event is the major that I won last year, the KPMG PGA Championship. So it’s really exciting and it gives me a lot of confidence going into that tournament knowing that I’m coming off a win, and hopefully I can go there to Olympia Fields and defend the championship that really defined my career last year.”
SMITHS FALLS MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Coach Applications are now being accepted
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Application forms and more information can be found online at www.sfmha.ca Deadline for submissions is July 4, 2017 Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail SFMHA P.O. Box 693 Smiths Falls, ON K7A 4T6 SFMHA is still accepting registrations for most levels – check online at www.sfmha.ca
Gerry Lowe Memorial Golf Tournament on tap for Friday fun BY LAURIE WEIR
the golf tournament Friday — where funds help support programs and projects like those mentioned above — come out to the Lombardy
The seventh annual Gerry Lowe Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, June 23, with a full house already locked and loaded for a shotgun start at noon at the Lombard Glen Golf Club. Rob Garvin of the Gerry Lowe Memorial Foundation said it’s always a great time, a lot of fun, and has lots of prizes up for grabs — including some fabulous silent and live auction items. “The local businesses have been great to supply auction items,” he said. This tournament raised $45,000 last year. “All that goes back into the community,” Garvin said. For instance, the foundation just completed an $18,000 facelift at the fastball diamond (near the memorial centre). “There is new fencing; we cut back some tree limbs that were encroaching on the diamond, brought in some new infield dirt, moved the mound and made it larger, and fixed up the backstop,” he said. Little League in Smiths Falls is really growing and they needed another place to play, Garvin noted. The fastball diamond is now a baseball playing field, thanks to
Glen Golf Course and grab a burger and a drink, bid on some great auction prizes, or just make a donation; all in the name of Gerry Lowe.
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The Lowe family gathered for a group photo before teeing off. the influx of dollars from the foundation. He said there were some decent benches already at the diamond, so there was no need to build a new dugout like at Lower Reach Park. This latest project took about two and a half months to complete. “We’re also sending up to 10 kids to various camps this summer,” Garvin said. “We’re work-
ing with (Joe Cayen) of Jumpstart (Canadian Tire, Smiths Falls).” The foundation has even provided the town with $14,000 to use to run the campership program again this summer. It’s a free summer camp for all kids of all ages. Call Margo Loughren in the recreation department at the Town of Smiths Falls for more information on these programs: 613-283-4124, ext. 6103. “We’re really happy with the
direction it’s going,” Garvin said about the Gerry Lowe Memorial Sens Rink and all the programming coming into play. “The summer camp is all-inclusive (for kids of any demographic). Parents can drop them off for the day; it’s a safe space.” He added that having this summer camp is a great opportunity for the kids of the community to make each other feel welcome. So, even if you can’t get into
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Longest running triathlon set for Smiths Falls, June 24 BY LAURIE WEIR
What started in 1980 has turned into Canada’s oldest triathlon as participants set to swim, bike and run Saturday, June 24 in the Smiths Falls Triathlon. Hosted by Somersault Event Series, organizer Christine McKinty says she believes it is the oldest tri in Canada. There are six different events that participants can register for including the Spring Triathlon (500 m swim, 20 km cycle, 5 km run); the Sprint Triathlon Relay (same distances); the Sprint Duathlon (2 km run, 20 km cycle, 5 km run); the Sprint Swim Cycle (500 m swim, 20 km cycle); the Super Spring Triathlon (200 m swim, 20 km cycle, 5 km run), and the Try a Tri event (200 m swim/20 km cycle/2 km run). “There is something for everyone,” McKinty said, as she will take registration the day of the event from 4 to 6 p.m. The triathlon will kick off at 6 p.m. The Rideau Ground Search and Rescue Team will be on hand to help with transitions, and they will be the recipients of a donation, McKinty said. “We did not have a charity of the event this year, but are actively seeking one for upcoming year. They are still looking for more vol-
unteers. “The more the merrier,” she said. The triathlon will be held near the lock station (Detached Lock) where swimmers can enter the water from either side of the canal. It is anticipated that there will be at least 300 participants, but in the past, they have seen as many as 500. In the beginning It was back in 1980 — 37 years ago — when high school buddies Bernie Merkley and Andrew Comstock were attending Smiths Falls High School and decided it might be a good idea to start a triathlon in town for kids. “Bernie’s brother challenged me to run in an Ottawa triathlon,” said Comstock from his home in Alberta during a phone interview last week. He said an article in Runners World about the Hawaiian Ironman competition inspired them. Peter Merkley, Bernie’s brother, was an avid triathlon participant, and said if they organized one, he’d race in it. “So Bernie and I organized a minitri — for us mere mortals, it was fun … and Peter was our first registrant.” Merkley and Comstock were involved in Smiths Falls Settlers Days and the triathlon was an opportunity to get some local kids involved in the fun. By the third year, Comstock said his mother, Joan became involved to
do registration, and Merkley’s father, Bernie Sr. also helped with the event. “They ran it for about nine years, then I think it took a year off before a new organizer was found,” he said. “We tried to get more people involved, but it wouldn’t have lasted as long as it did (back in the ’80s) without my mom and Bernie’s dad looking after it. It went from 14 up to about 300 at one point.” Comstock said he doesn’t get home much — except
last year when both he and Merkley were in Smiths Falls and both raced in the triathlon. “I took about 20 years off and coached my kids soccer, hockey and baseball, but it’s drawing me back.” But now, he’s preparing for a half-Ironman in a week or so. Participants in this Saturday’s event are encouraged to park “wherever it is legal to do so,” but are reminded not to park on Jasper Avenue or the Jasper highway as that is part of the route.
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From left, Karissa Smith, Abbi Dixon, Catelyn Thompson and Emma Ferrier from Lombardy Public School place third in the 4x100 junior girls relay at the Upper Canada Cup at TISS in Brockville on Monday, June 12.
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* TRUCK NATION $10,500 Total Value: Limited time only. Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles delivered from June 1 to June 30, 2017. $10,500 Total Value is a combined total credit for cash purchases on select 2017 trucks. Credit consists of: Eligible 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Double Cab Custom Edition: $4,080 manufacturer-to-dealer cash credit (tax exclusive), $1,000 GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card (GM Card) or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive) and $5,420 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) towards the retail cash purchase, finance or lease for an eligible new 2017 Silverado Double Cab at participating dealers. Eligible 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Double Cab 1LT True North: $4,080 manufacturer-to-dealer cash credit (tax exclusive), $820 manufacturer-to-dealer Option Package Discount Credit on the 1LT trim (tax exclusive), $1,000 GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card (GM Card) or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive) and $4,600 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) towards the retail cash purchase, finance or lease for an eligible new 2017 Silverado Double Cab at participating dealers. On all offers: Void where prohibited. See dealer for details. Discounts vary by model. Limited time offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. Offers may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Eligible 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 1LT Double Cab True North: Lease based on a purchase price of $48,110 for a 2017 Silverado 1500 1LT Double Cab True North, includes $1,000 GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card (GM Card) or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive), $500 Lease Cash (tax exclusive) and $4,600 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive). Bi-weekly payment is $189 for 48 months at 1.5% lease rate on approved credit to qualified retail customers by GM Financial. Annual kilometer limit of 20,000 km, $0.16 per excess kilometer. $2,995 down payment required. Payment may vary depending on down payment trade. Total obligation is $22,694 plus applicable taxes. Option to purchase at lease end is $21,233. Price and total obligation exclude license, insurance, PPSA, registration, taxes, dealer fees and optional equipment. Other lease options are available. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Limited time offer which may not be combined with other offers. See your dealer for conditions and details. General Motors of Canada Company reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. On all lease offers: Consumer may be required to pay Dealer Fees. Price and total obligation exclude license, insurance, PPSA, registration, taxes and optional equipment. Excess wear and tear charges not included. Other lease options are available. Dealers are free to set individual prices. See your dealer for conditions and details. As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Company to verify eligibility. Limited-time offer, which may not be redeemed for cash or combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company reserves the right to amend, modify or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Annual kilometre limit of 20,000 km, $0.16 per excess kilometre. Security deposit may be required. Payment may vary depending on down payment/trade. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. ◊GM Card Application Bonus: Offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank® GM® Visa* Card (GM Card) or current Scotiabank® GM® Visa* Cardholders. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2017 model year Chevrolet/Buick/GMC delivered in Canada between June 1 and June 30, 2017. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $500 credit available on: 2018 Chevrolet Equinox; $750 credit available on: Chevrolet Express, Colorado (except 2SA); $1,000 credit available on: Chevrolet Camaro (excluding ZL1), Sonic, Cruze, Malibu (excluding 1VL), Volt, Trax, Suburban, Tahoe, Silverado, Silverado HD; $1,500 credit available on: Chevrolet Corvette, Impala, Equinox (2017 model year only), Traverse. Offer is transferable to a family member living within the same household (proof of address required). As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Company (GM Canada) to verify eligibility. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Certain limitations or conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See your GM Canada dealer for details. GM Canada reserves the right to amend or terminate offers for any reason in whole or in part at any time without prior notice. Discontinued Models GM Card Application Bonus: Offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank® GM® Visa* Card (GM Card) or current Scotiabank® GM® Visa* Cardholders and who are eligible current owners or lessees of any Pontiac/Saturn/SAAB/Hummer/Oldsmobile model year 1999 or newer car or Chevrolet Cavalier, Cobalt, HHR, Avalanche, Aveo, Epica, Orlando, Optra, Tracker, Uplander, Venture, Astro, Blazer, Jimmy, Trailblazer or GMC Envoy, Safari or Buick Rendezvous, Terraza that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2017 model year Chevrolet delivered in Canada between June 1 and June 30, 2017. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $1,000 credit available on: Chevrolet Sonic, Cruze, Malibu (excluding 1VL), Volt, Camaro (excluding ZL1), Equinox (2018 model year), and Trax; $1,500 credit available on: Chevrolet Corvette, Impala, Equinox (2017 model year), Express, Traverse, Colorado (excluding 2SA), Silverado, Silverado HD, Tahoe, Suburban. Offer is transferable to a family member living within the same household (proof of address required). As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Company (GM Canada) to verify eligibility. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Certain limitations or conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See your GM Canada dealer for details. GM Canada reserves the right to amend or terminate offers for any reason in whole or in part at any time without prior notice. 1 If you cancel your credit card, your credit privileges are revoked or your account is closed, your GM Earnings must be redeemed within 90 days or they will be forfeited. If your account is not in good standing, GM Earnings are not eligible for redemption. Please refer to the GM Card Earnings Program Terms and Conditions at GMCard.ca for details. 2 MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices. Visit chevrolettotalconnect.ca for more details. 3 Visit onstar.ca for coverage maps, details and system limitations. Service plan required. Available 4G LTE with Wi-Fi hotspot requires WPA2 compatible mobile device and data plan. Data plans provided by AT&T. Services vary by model, service plan, conditions as well as geographical and technical restrictions. OnStar with 4G LTE connectivity is available on select vehicle models and in select markets. Vehicle must be started or in accessory mode to access Wi-Fi. **The 2-Year Scheduled Lube-Oil-Filter Maintenance Program provides eligible customers in Canada, who have purchased or leased a new eligible 2016 or 2017 MY Chevrolet (excluding Spark EV), with an ACDelco® oil and filter change, in accordance with the oil life monitoring system and the Owner’s Manual, for 2 years or 48,000 km, whichever occurs first, with a limit of four (4) Lube-Oil-Filter services in total, performed at participating GM dealers. Fluid top offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc. are not covered. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. General Motors of Canada Company reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Additional conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ▲Whichever comes first. See dealer for details.
Connected to Your Community - SF16 - Thursday, June 22, 2017
Heritage thrives at Rideau Paddlefest A number of people enjoyed Father’s Day at Rideau Paddlefest in Smiths Falls, held June 18 in Lower Reach Park. Now in its fourth year, the event offered fun for all ages: entertainment, paddling demonstrations, Voyageur canoe races and more. Top, some paddling fun by Kelly DeSalvo, left, and Sorayah Bhan, both from Smiths Falls. Above, playing a little music, from left: Glen Caradus from the Canadian Canoe Museum and Jacob Rodenburg from Camp Kawartha. Top right, a large beaver was spotted in the area was spotted on the banks of the Rideau Canal during the event.
Northern Cables & newterra present A wonderful evening of celebration, entertainment, fundraising and interaction with the Children of Chernobyl
Gala Dinner & Charity Auction For the Benefit of the Children of Chernobyl
Tuesday 25, 2017
Brockville Country Club Social Hour & Silent Auction 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. NOTICE TO CORPORATION MEMBERS OF THE
PERTH AND SMITHS FALLS DISTRICT HOSPITAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of the Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital Corporation will be held at the GWM Site, Perth, ON, 33 Drummond Street West, in the Cafeteria, Lower Level, on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. “Donna Howard” Donna Howard, Chair Board of Directors
“Beverley McFarlane” Beverley McFarlane, Secretary Board of Directors
Dinner and Live Auction 6:30 p.m.
Offering exciting auction items and packages including travel excursions, adventure packages, original artwork, dining, shopping, sports memorabilia and much more!
Auction services generously provided by Hands Auction Services Special guest performance with the children by Christopher Coyea and Alex Fleuriau Chateau.
Tickets available at Alan Brown’s, corner of King Street West and Courthouse Avenue, Brockville 613-342-3232
Making a Difference… Together!
Connected to Your Community - SF17 - Thursday, June 22, 2017
Thursday night men’s twilight news The June 15 edition of the Thursday Night Men’s Twilight was brought to us by our good friends at Burns Jewelers. It was a gem of an evening, with the always popular Twilight Best Ball format putting a little added pressure on the players. Still, there were a few diamonds rough. The team of Clare Sanderson, Peter O’Neil, Art Rent, and Doug Henderson shone, posting the low score on the front nine. The Hoysted band commanded the back side, and continue to be a team to watch. The Roosteraunt closest to the pin prizes went to Kerwin O’Neal and Mike Donovan for their tee shots on holes 8 and 18. Mike Ross and Mike Milks took home the Burns Jewelers bling for the best approach shots on holes 2 and 12. The Town and Country Chrysler longest drives were sent into orbit by Jeff Carroll and Gerry Edwards on holes 5 and 15. The tests of skill were completed by Ian Devonshire and Jim Gunn. Cirque de Soleil, watch out! This week’s Rocky’s Road Rash ball went to John Hoysted. He’ll have a chance at the Hunt and Dopson hole in one prize at the Closing in September. Good luck! Last week’s Obsessed With Golf trivia question: What year did the total purse reach one million pounds in the British Open? Answer: A. 1993. This week’s question: Tiger Woods was the highest paid athlete in the world in 2005. About how much did he earn? $65 million $70 million $85 million $110 million See next week’s article for the answer. Submitted Thursday Night Men’s Twilight
2017 UPCOMING EVENTS What’s Happening Downtown Brockville 2017 Island Breakfast PoutineFest The Dream Catchers Musical Hydroplane Races Canada Day Celebrations Automotion Rails to Trails Festival Ribfest-In Support of Big Brothers/Big Sisters Poker Run Downtown FunFest Thousand Islands Triathlon & Brockville Run Ultimate Air Dogs Show Red Hot & Blue Rockabilly Weekend Culture Days 2017 Brockville Oktoberfest Black Friday Santa Clause Parade Christmas Farmers Market Carollers in Downtown Downtown Brockville Shop Local Week Breakfast with Santa
June 21-24 June 23-25 June 26 June 30-July 3 Saturday July 1 Sunday August 6 August 10-13 August 10-13 Saturday August 19 Saturday August 19 Sunday August 20 August 25-27 August 31-September 3 September 29-October 1 September 29-October 1 Friday November 24 Saturday November 25 December 2, 9, 16 December 2, 9, 16 December 3-9 Saturday December 9
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A cultural experience
www.twp.beckwith.on.ca The meeting dates are as follows: Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 7:00 p.m. Thursday, June 29th, 2017 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 7:00 p.m.
Recreation Heritage Committee Council
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THANK YOU The Township of Beckwith would like to extend their deepest appreciation to the following for their contribution and participation in the 2017 Lilac Festival. It is through the generosity of individuals such as yourself that these social events help strengthen our sense of community.
FRANKTOWN LILAC FESTIVAL
Allan & Judy McLellan and Cathy Don Dowdall – Antique Equipment Display Beckwith Friendship Club – 50/50 Draw Beckwith Golf Club – Silent Auction Donation Beckwith Heritage Committee – Display Beckwith Irish Minor Football – Breakfast Beckwith Youth Committee – Bake Sale Bill Truscott– Antique Vehicle Displays Brew Bye You – Silent Auction Donation Campbell’s Trucking - Silent Auction Donation Claude Nolan– Antique Vehicle Display CP & Beckwith Heritage Museum - Display CP & District Horticultural Society – Sponsored the Flowers for Lilac Lane Planter Box Chimo Chargers Cheerleading– Demonstration Cherie Kirkby – Face Painting Centennial Hall Committee - Silent Auction Claude & Cora Nolan—Silent Auction Donation Cottages Unlimited Realty Inc.—Silent Auction Donation Darlene & Brian Power—Silent Auction Donation Davis Jones-Antique Vehicle Display Joyce & Fred Ford– Silent Auction Donation Louisa McMunn –Bike Parade Organizer Mahogany Salon & Spa
Martin White– Donated Maple Syrup
Melanie Murphy – Craft Market Organizer Miller Paving—Silent Auction Donation Pauline & Bob Armstrong—Silent Auction Donation Penny Massey—Silent Auction Donation Peter Eagle – Antique Vehicle Display Preston Harris – Antique Equipment Display Regina Johnson - Donated Silent Auction Prize Richard Kidd – Donated the Maple Syrup Royal Canadian Legion – Almonte Branch - Tent Ryno Motors – Bouncy Castle Sandy & Gary Errett (Ron Irvine) – Use of land for parking Gerry Nolan (Smith Construction) - Donated Silent Auction Prize St. James Anglican Church – Use of Church Yards Splash Pad / Playground Fundraising Committee Sunday’s Kool – Silent Auction Donation and a Refreshment Table Tammy’s Nails - Donated Silent Auction Prize Thomas Cavanagh Construction – Stage Wilson’s Woodland Antiques - Silent Auction Donation
CANADA DAY EVENTS IN BECKWITH SATURDAY, JULY 1ST, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Complimentary Buffet Breakfast for Seniors of Beckwith Township Brunton Community Hall—1702 9th Line Beckwith Sponsored by TOPPS Environment Solutions Submitted/Grace Lloyd
Using the themes of identity and relationships, a display and feast of First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) culture was held outside at Rideau District High School, on Monday, June 12. Traditional foods that were served included perch, bison, and bannock. In addition, a display table was set up with books, student projects and artwork. It provided students with the opportunity to proudly showcase their work and explain their understanding of FNMI culture, and provided an opportunity to educate and promote FNMI studies within the school environment. It also allowed students to connect/build relationships and to identify more with the FNMI culture.
Please contact the Township office to register for the breakfast. For more information on any of the above events, please contact the Beckwith Township Office at 613.257.1539 or email email@example.com Canada Day
FAMILY PICNIC SATURDAY, JULY 1ST, 2017 | 11:00 AM TO 1:30 PM BECKWITH PARK | 1319 9th Line Beckwith Sponsored by TOPPS Environment Solutions BBQ LUNCH & SPLASH PAD GRAND OPENING! BOUNCY CASTLE | FACE PAINTING | MUSIC Bring your lawn chair and picnic blanket
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CELEBRATING CANADA’S 150TH
SENIORS HOOTENANNY SATURDAY, JULY 1ST, 2017
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Sponsored by TOPPS Environmental Solutions Canada’s 150th Hootenanny & BBQ Lunch Featuring The Brownie Bunch 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM Beckwith Park—Coverall Building—1319 9th Line Beckwith Bring your lawn chair and meet your Neighbours. Let’s Celebrate Canada’s Milestone Birthday! Funding by:
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