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What a game! JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF A school record. Defensive player of the game. Male athlete of the week at Queen’s University. And Canadian Interuniversity Sport defensive player of the week. It was quite a first-ever university football game for rookie Queen’s Gaels linebacker Sam Sabourin of Stittsville. It all happened on Tuesday, Aug. 31 when the Queen’s Gaels, the defending Vanier Cup champions, played the McMaster Marauders in Hamilton to open the 2010 Ontario University Athletics football season. And while the Gales lost a heartbreaker 23-18, being stopped on the one yard line as the final gun sounded to end the game, Sam, a graduate of South Carleton High School in Richmond and a product of the Bell Warriors minor football program, had a game to remember. Indeed, the likes of it may have never been seen before for a rookie. Sam set a Queen’s school record by recording 13 solo tackles, a new single game record at Queen’s. Besides setting a record for most tackles, Sam, who is 6 foot one and weighs 228 pounds, had two tack-
les for a loss, a sack, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup. A first year physical education major at Queen’s, Sam was named defensive player of the game for the Gaels. Queen’s Athletics and Recreation named Sam as the Telus Male Athlete of the Week at Queen’s in recognition of his outstanding game. And the Canadian Interuniversity Sport organization got into the act, recognizing Sam as the defensive player of the week for CIS football for the week ending on Sept. 6. This selection is done by a committee comprised of members of the Football Reporters of Canada. Sam won out over Concordia linebacker Max Caron and Regina defensive back Steve Famulak. Canadian Interuniversity Sport is the national governing body for university sport in Canada. Sam’s rookie game performance brought wonderment and also praise from his former Bell Warriors coach, Jim Wagdin of Richmond. “Unbelievable” was his assessment of Sam’s performance, noting that although it was his first univerPHOTO COURTESY OF JONI SABOURIN sity-level football game ever, he Sam Sabourin of Stittsville is wearing number 44 for the Queen’s Gaels football led the game in defensive stats. team this season. The number was made famous by Queen’s linebacker great
Fair on parade JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF It’s Richmond Fair time. Again this year one of the highlights of the annual Fair will be the parade which will make its way along McBean Street and then Perth Street in front of the fairgrounds on Saturday, Sept. 18. The parade will leave from South Carleton High School at 11 a.m. This year there are two slight changes with regard to the parade. One is that there will be no parking allowed on the east side of McBean Street from South Carleton High School through to Perth Street. Traditionally vehicles have parked all along both sides of McBean Street but consultations with the Ottawa Police Service have resulted in this new parking ban for the east side of the street. Another change is that all entries in the parade will turn down Colonel Murray Street from Perth Street at the Richmond arena. This will include even those floats and entries that will be travelling onto the grounds.
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Mr. Wagdin said that it is very rare for a rookie not only to be a starting player for an established university football program like that at Queen’s but to lead all Canadian university defensive players in his first game is unheard of. Calling Sam a tremendous football player, he said that Sam has worked hard and has succeeded at every level of football that he has played. He also commended Sam for working hard on his school marks as well. This year Sam was the recipient of one of the Bell Warriors Football Club scholarships which it presents every year to a Bell Warriors graduate who has gone on to post-secondary education. As for Sam himself, he attributed much of his success in his first-ever university football game to the Queen’s Gaels defensive line, commenting that a
great defensive line can make a linebacker look like a superstar. “But the D-line was able to make me look a lot better than I actually was that day,” Sam commented in an email about the game. However, he noted that while the game reassured him that he could play university football, he found that the game was something of an eye opener for him, showing him that he still has a lot of work to do to achieve the status that he wants as a player. Sam observes that the biggest difference between high school/ community football and university football is the amount of preparation that goes into a game by a player. He has found already at the university level that players have to do lots of film and game preparation work. This involves not only physical preparation but mental preparation, knowing the plays,
alignments and assignments. The university game itself is much faster than at the high school/community level, Sam says. This means that a player has to train his eyes to get used to the speed of the game, something which he feels is even more important than getting physically quicker. However, physical condition is also important since all of the players are bigger, quicker, stronger and faster than in high school or community football. This means that a player must spend a lot of time in the weight room and also on the practice field and even studying game films. Just being plain coachable is another plus. Sam says that the team’s goal, despite this opening game loss to McMaster, is to win the Vanier Cup again. And this means to approach things just like the old saying goes – taking it one game at a time.
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF It was a day to enjoy but it was also a day to remember. Both hap-
pened at Villagefest 2010 at Village Square in Stittsville last Saturday. It wasn’t hard to enjoy because the weather was phenomenal – sunny with blue skies and warm but not overbearing temperatures. An ideal weather backdrop for
having fun in the park. It also was not difficult to remember thanks to a short but moving opening ceremony that on this ninth anniversary date of the 9/11 events centred around thoughts and words about that tragedy. On a stage featuring a Stittsville
Royal Canadian Legion colour guard and bagpiper Jordan McConnell of Stittsville and after the singing of O Canada led by Leo Maiorino, MC Metin Akgun, president of the Stittsville Village Association which is the organizing group behind Villagefest, called on
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Villagefest - A fun way to build community When everything comes together, including the weather, great events happen. And that is just what was the case last Saturday when Villagefest 2010 in Stittsville took place at Village Square Park. First and foremost, it was the most glorious of days – blue sky, sunshine, warm but not hot. And what made it even better was the fact that there had been very little sunshine and few really good weather days in Stittsville over the previous two or so weeks. So, the great weather was a most welcome occurrence and it made for a great backdrop for the annual Villagefest activities. And what about Villagefest itself – just marvelous, spectacular and, most importantly, enjoyable. The entertainment was first rate, not only those such as Weeds and the Monette family who were engaged by the Villagefest organizers to perform but also the young talent show performers. There is a lot of talent in Stittsville and these performers gave us all a glimpse of it. The Youth Connexion youth zone had a variety of games which were in constant demand and use. It goes to show you
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that you do not need giant inflated slides and midways to keep young people interested and entertained. Some plain old simple games keep young people engaged and what’s more, they are fun. The Scouting fraternity of Stittsville did its thing again at this year’s Villagefest. They are always there, be it this event or Canada Day, to offer challenging games to play. There presence is valued and what better way to teach the youth involved in Scouting about the importance of community involvement than by actually doing it. Community involvement was also evidenced by the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society, the Goulbourn Historical Society, the Goulbourn Museum, the Rotary Club of Ottawa - Stittsville and the Stittsville United Church, all of whom had a presence at Villagefest. That’s what makes Villagefest a success – the involvement of community groups and organizations. This year’s Villagefest had a great display of antique and vintage cars, all lined up along Abbott Street beside the park. It was great to see them there. And speaking of things
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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS A series of three adult programs is being offered at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library. On Thursday, Sept. 23, starting at 6:30 p.m., Darryl Metzler of Edward Jones Investments will be making a presentation on estate planning. On Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m., Garfield Glack will be telling about his ancestor who might have been a slave trader. Mr. Glack, who is associated with the British Isles Family History and Genealogy Society, will be presenting documentation on this ancestor which may just solve this question. On Tuesday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m., Janet Carriere will be telling her story about being one of six women who went to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Those planning to attend any of these programs should note that registration is required. All registration must be done online with an Ottawa Public Library card. The registration for the programs is available online now at www.biblioottawalibrary.ca.
Supper in Munster SPECIAL TO THE NEWS The annual fall anniversary supper at Munster United Church in Munster will be held on Saturday, Sept. 25, with two sittings: 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. There will also be takeout available. The menu this year will be roast beef, mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables and salad, along with homemade pie and cake. Tickets are now on sale and will also be available at the door. For tickets, please call 613-838-5473 or 613838-3344.
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on wheels, the annual soap box derby, albeit somewhat removed from the main site, was once again smoothly run and provided excitement not only for the participants but for any who walked down to the hill site and watched. Watching was something that those taking the wagon rides on Abbott Street got to do as they moved slowly along the closed street, pulled by a team of horses. And something needs to be said about the touching and most fitting commemoration of 9/11 which was done at the beginning of the event.There was just the right amount of remembrance and hope expressed. Thank you, deputy fire chief Gordon Mills and Rev. Grant Dillenbeck of Stittsville United Church. Yes, it was, all in all, a great day. Thank you, Stittsville Village Association, for organizing this event once again this year. Thank you, all you Stittsville residents who turned out to enjoy the event. Thank you, all who participated in any way. And thank you, Mr. (or Ms.) Weatherman for providing the most glorious of days. It all turned out spectacularly. And what a fun way to build community.
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firefighters do in emergency situations. City of Ottawa Stittsville ward councillor Shad Qadri, in his remarks at the opening, noted that Stittsville’s population had now grown to about 27,000, more than double the 1993 population of 13,000 for all of Goulbourn township including Stittsville. He called Stittsville “the shiniest jewel in the city of Ottawa. “This is one of the most desired places in Ottawa to live,” councillor Qadri said. Once the opening ceremony was completed, the stage, which featured several scarecrow faces on its rear wall, became one of the focal points for Villagefest 2010 as entertainers such as the local band
Weeds and the fiddling Monette family took over. The stage also saw the youth talent contest as it remained a entertainment mecca throughout the afternoon. Village Square, glowing in the warm sunshine, was abuzz with activity. There was the jousting and other games set up by Stittsville’s Scouting community; there were displays set up by the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society and the Goulbourn Historical Society; the Rotary Club of Ottawa – Stittsville was there, with a Shelter Box tent set up; Stittsville’s Youth Connexion had a youth zone set up with games for youngsters such as a youngstersized chess game and a bounce; antique and vintage vehicles were
lined up for viewing along Abbott Street for the full length of Village Square; the Stittsville United Church BBQ; scarecrows on sticks lined up along the Trans Canada Trail passing through Village Square; the organic flea market booth; a Goulbourn Museum tent and display; the making of scarecrow crafts; and an always busy water tower play structure and toy train which are permanent features at Village Square. Add to all of this activity the day-long soap box derby which took place on the Abbott Street hill just east of Village Square and the morning pancake breakfast at the Stittsville fire hall and Villagefest 2010 has to go down as perhaps the best ever.
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He referenced a ceremony which had occurred last Friday at a monument at Ottawa city hall honouring the firefighters of Ottawa. He also noted the recent death of longtime Stittsville volunteer firefighter Sterling Howie and his long service to the community. He called for a moment of silence to remember the firefighters who had died in the line of duty. Bagpiper Jordan McConnell played during this period of silence. Following deputy chief Mills’ remarks and the moment of silence, Rev. Grant Dillenbeck, minister of the Stittsville United Church, said that while Stittsville residents enjoy many benefits, 9/11 does serve to remind everyone not to take these benefits for granted. He noted that people around the world
continue to suffer from disasters, both natural and those instigated by humans. He noted that the emergency services and the armed forces are still needed in today’s world because unfortunately there are still those who harbour hatred and prejudice. He ended his remarks with a portion of St. Francis of Assisi’s famous prayer including the phrase “Where there is hatred, Let us show our love.” City of Ottawa mayor Larry O’Brien, in his remarks at the opening, praised the Ottawa Fire Service as second to none in North America. “When everyone else is running out of a building, they are running in,” he said in admiration for what
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It will be popular demolition derby which supervised like last year and those begins at 7:30 p.m. parking there will be able to access Saturday is a busy day at the fair CALL THE TEAM WITH THE PROVEN TRACK RECORD the fairgrounds via an admission with livestock shows including the gate adjacent to the parking area. heavy horse show, family enterThis year’s Fair will include in its tainment on the outdoor stage and Thursday evening program a lawn entertainment in the arena in the tractor pull, something which has afternoon. Aquilo Crescent * Banchory Crescent * Belleview not been at the Fair in recent years. This is on top of the exhibits in Drive * Black Rivers Place * * Burnaby Drive Registration for this event is at the Curling Club building, the Kid6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 16 with dyland shows and activities and the * Castleﬁeld Avenue * Chickasaw Crescent * the action beginning at 7 p.m. on home cooked meals served by St. Clarkson Cres * Coburn Avenue * Cohen Avenue the roadway area just west of the Andrew’s Presby* Cypress Gardens (two properties) * Drainie Drive terian Church in * Eileen Crescent * Empress Drive * Forest Street the Dining Hall. Sunday, Sept. * Forestbrook Street * Forest Heights Avenue * 19 will see more Friendly Crescent * Glenbrae Avenue * Goulding livestock shows Crescent * Grand Cedar Court * Hampel Crescent including the western horse and * Hemlo Crescent * Horseshoe Crescent * Kinburn pony performance Side Road * Kinross Private * Lahey Court * Loyal show and the miniature horse show. Hill Crescent * Malkowski Street * Manning Court Entertainment in the arena in the afternoon plus a day-long schedule of special events *Mazari Crescent * Nairn Street * Nelson Street * at Kiddyland will ensure that there Nighthawk Crescent * Pacer Place * Penﬁeld Drive * is lots to do at the Pine Bluff Trail * Red Oaks Trail * Riverside Dr * Sable Fair on the SunRun Drive (2 properties)* Seyton Drive * Shirreff day. Of course, there Street * Spearman Lane * Stonepath Crescent * is always the mid- Strathcarron Crescent * Sunnyside Drive * Sunray way provided by Crescent * Tarquin Crescent * Teron Road * Victor Robertson AmuseStreet * Whalings Circle * Windgate Crescent * ments, wagon rides for seniors around Woodpark Way the grounds and a lumberjack show in the antique machinery area. The Richmond JOHN CURRY PHOTO Fair this year runs Fran Rea, left, Richmond Agricultural Society office from Thursday, assistant, and Dale Greene, right, general manager Sept. 16 through of the Society, flank a banner proclaiming the annual to Sunday, Sept. Richmond Fair which is happening this week from 19 at the RichThursday, Sept. 16 to Sunday, Sept. 19 at the Richmond mond fairgrounds fairgrounds in Richmond. in Richmond. FAIR, FROM 1
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Singing in the shower can be fun. Singing in a group can be a lot more fun because it is singing with others in a friendly environment, creating wonderful harmonies. That is why any man who likes singing, be it in the shower or elsewhere, should consider joining the new Goulbourn Male Chorus. This newly established male chorus is holding its first rehearsal this coming Monday, Sept. 20, starting at 7 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Stittsville. And the requirements to join? Easy. An interest in singing, a willingness to learn, a sense of humour and a smile for perfor-
mance occasions. Director Robert Dueck of Stittsville will take it from there. He will be starting the group off with music that is achievable for a small ensemble of singers. The range of music difficulty will be from easy to moderate, with the goal always being to enjoy the experience. Those joining the chorus will have the opportunity to socialize with others while enjoying making music through the medium of choral singing. In addition, it will be a way to help out in a community way as the chorus will be providing entertainment at fundraising and other events for area churches and community organizations.
The formation of this new Goulbourn Male Chorus helps make the community a better place as chorus members will be able to help build the arts and culture profile of the area. Music undertaken by the chorus this fall will include both new and traditional Christmas tunes, with a variety of styles ranging from exuberant to delightfully expressive arrangements. Director Robert Dueck has been a director of a 60 voice adult community choir on Vancouver Island as well as with other groups such as a 22 voice choral ensemble. He has also sung with the University of Manitoba Bison Men’s Chorus and has been a founder and concert promoter for the Community
Choral Classic Concerts in Winnipeg. Although the Goulbourn Male Chorus will be a not-for-profit group, there will be a $40 membership fee per session to help cover the cost of each music package and to build a music library. There will be two sessions for the new group this year, one from mid-September to mid-December and a second from midJanuary to near the end of May. For more information or to indicate an interest in joining this new male chorus, please call the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church office at 613-831-1256, leaving your name and home phone number, or send an email to music director Robert Dueck at dueckrobt@ gmail.com.
Luncheon, programs COLLEEN DENNIS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
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Members of the Munster Richmond Brawlers U18 boys’ soccer team, Goulbourn Lanark Soccer League regular season champions and Youth Cup winners, are, front row, left to right, Scott Blancher, Tyler Haw, Eric Lavigne, Alex Sample, Cassandra Warren, Zack Dano, Brent Davies, Chris Wood and Jason Hein; second row, left to right, assistant coach Andrew Sample, Paige Watson, Alex St-Jean, Howard Warren, Dallace Gray, Kearan Deyell, Michael Habets, Holden Wright, Paul Flipsen, Jade Boudreau and Brad Davies; and, back row, left to right, coach Ben St-Jean, Geoffrey McKenna and Keagan Boudreau. Missing from the photo are Tim Liston, Neil Kenkel and Matt Campbell.
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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS What makes a great season? How about 11 wins in 12 games. How about a Youth Cup victory? That’s what the season was like for the Munster Richmond Brawlers U18 boys’ soccer team of the Goulbourn Lanark Soccer League. The Brawlers won the regular season
championship with a record of 11 wins and only one loss in 12 games. The team also won the Youth Cup, playing four games in a tournament on Aug. 28 and 29. In the final game, the Munster Richmond Brawlers battled the Almonte Ares to a 1-1 draw in regular time. The game then went into overtime, with Munster Richmond finally winning in a shoot-out.
A Friendship Club luncheon will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at the Glen Mar Golf and Country Club on Fernbank Road west of Stittsville. The lunch will include country-style stew with noodles, salad, rolls and dessert, served at 12 noon at a cost of $10 per person. Entertainment will be provided by Fordie. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, Sept. 24 by contacting Beryl at 613-836-5112 or Gloria at 613831-8819.
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Remembering Don Sparling JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF
He loved his horses. He loved the heavy horse ring at the Richmond Fair. And so what better tribute to the late Don Sparling, chair of the Fair’s heavy horse committee who passed away recently, than to conduct a brief ceremony in his honour at the Fair’s heavy horse ring around noon this Sunday, Sept. 19. And the ceremony will be involving some of his horses, specially hitched for the memorial. “We lost a good friend in Don Sparling,” Richmond Agricultural Society general manager Dale Greene says. He noted that when he first started with the Agricultural Society back in 1996 and was
looking for some new gravel for the grounds, it was Don Sparling who volunteered his services for the task. Indeed, he continued to haul new gravel to the grounds every year since then. Mr. Greene recalled how Mr. Sparling travelled up north to pick up new stalls for the heavy horse barn and how he helped put them up and take them down each year. With 85 stalls now, the Richmond Fair is able to attract more heavy horse entrants than ever before. And at the Richmond Fair, they now enjoy a larger ring for their Sunday afternoon six horse hitch class thanks to Mr. Sparling’s idea to link up the adjacent heavy and light horse rings for that spectacular class. Having the
larger ring means that more entrants can be in the ring at one time, cutting down on the number of heats needed in that class. “He was always here when I needed him,” Mr. Greene recounts about Mr. Sparling, saying that he was always a willing volunteer who just had to be asked. Indeed, he wanted to be asked. “He was almost insulted if you didn’t ask him,” Mr. Greene says. Mr. Sparling also competed in the heavy horse show at the Richmond Fair. “This would have been his 21st year showing commercial horses,” Mr. Greene says, pointing out Mr. Sparling’s long involvement as an exhibitor at the Richmond Fair.
The Friendship Club organizes and offers a variety of programs. Exercise is held on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Pretty Street Community Centre in Stittsville. Please contact Helen at 613836-6766. Shuffleboard is played on Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. at the Stittsville District Community Centre (arena) hall. Please contact Nancy at 613831-3156. Carpet bowling is held on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Stittsville District Community Centre (arena) hall. Please contact Beryl at 613-836-5112.
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Personalized attention at new fitness studio JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Put together a former Ontario fitness champion and a decorated Australian army veteran, add in a former professional football player and wrestler and place them all in a compact but spacious fitness studio and you have Sculpt Conditioning Inc. This new fitness facility which offers specialized classes, personal training and sports conditioning has opened in premises at 1408 Stittsville Main Street in Stittsville. This is the plaza where the Main Street Pub is located, right beside Warner Colpitts Lane leading into the Stittsville arena. Sculpt Conditioning Inc. is being operated by partners Mariko Kulka and Wesley Wood, with Mariko’s husband Glenn Kulka playing a supporting role, talking to teens about the dangers of concussions in sports and bringing his knowledge of the techniques of mixed martial arts to general fitness training.
Mariko Kulka is not only a former Ontario fitness champion but she is a former professional figure skater and a one-time Canadian Football League cheerleader. She has been a personal fitness trainer for the past five years. “I like to think I help people find the part of fitness that makes them passionate,” she says, noting that this is a key to fitness success. She says people know it is healthy to be fit but that they just do not know how to go about doing it. This is where a personal trainer comes in. She also says that people are busy these days and do not want to waste their time on fitness needlessly, so they want a personal trainer to find out what’s the right regimen for them. Wesley Wood served in the Australian army for eight years including time in Iraq, earning a distinguished service medal for courage and leadership in action. He grew up involved in many sports such as cricket, rugby, boxing and others and even played professional basketball. In
2007, he came to Ottawa and has worked in the fitness industry ever since. It is his army experience where he achieved a high level of fitness that taught him that the mind can push the body farther towards fitness than the body thinks it can go. “Failure is not an option,” is also something that Wesley learned from his military experience. Glenn Kulka, who will be playing a support role for both Mariko and Wesley, has experience in professional hockey and football, adding to the pool of expertise which Sculpt Conditioning Inc. hopes to bring to local sports teams and their conditioning. Glenn played semipro hockey as well as had an 11 year career in the Canadian Football League. He then wrestled professionally and was involved with professional mixed martial arts when he retired because of health concerns related to concussions.
Right wing time for Royals SPECIAL TO THE NEWS It was right wing time for the Stittsville Royals in their Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League home opener at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex in Stittsville last Sunday afternoon. Goal scorers for the Royals in what was a 2-1 win over the visiting Almonte Thunder were right wingers Matt Kadolph and Pat Morin, a rookie. The Royals also got solid goal-
tending from goalies Andrew Rodier and Eric Miksik. This was the team’s first game of its 42 regular season schedule. This weekend the Stittsville Royals will be playing in the new Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League Fall Classic at the Bell Sensplex in Kanata. In this Fall Classic, all 22 Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League teams will be playing. The Royals will be playing at 6 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 18.
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But even with the space, classes are kept to a size where personalized service can still be provided to each and every participant. The space is also nice to have for the personal training sessions. Indeed, in these personal training sessions, the client can even pick out the music that best serves as a motivation for him or her. Sculpt Conditioning Inc. has what it calls very competitive prices but Wesley makes the point that at Sculpt, a person is paying to get results and this is what happens. “We’re excited to finally have a company that can help the community and help people get results,” Wesley says, noting that Sculpt wants to be part of the community and give back to it. Sculpt Conditioning Inc. can be contacted at 613-907-1515. It also has a website at www.sculptconditioning.com.
The Stittsville Royals juniors will host Arnprior Packers on Sunday, Sept. 26 at 2:30 p.m. at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex in Stittsville.
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Sitting on balls amid some of the fitness and exercise equipment at the new Sculpt Conditioning Inc. fitness class, personal training and sports conditioning studio at 1408 Stittsville Main Street (Main Street Pub plaza) in Stittsville are, from left to right, owners Mariko Kulka and Wesley Wood and associate Glenn Kulka.
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the prestigious Xtreme Body Transformation Course and will help you get into the best shape of your life! Mr. Dupuis’ 8-week XBT course combines a well structured weight training program, various types of cardio kick boxing and ﬁtness classes and an easy to follow nutritional plan to create the healthiest and fastest body changing experience ever to hit the Ottawa area. Jason Dupuis’ team of highly trained and motivational coaches will ensure that this year’s goal to look and feel better by losing fat and building muscle, will not only be met and exceeded but will transform your body into a whole new you for 2010 and beyond. “Since 2003, more than 1200 Ottawa residents have taken our 8-week course and have averaged 13 pounds lost, 3.5 inches off their waist and an amazing drop of 7% body fat,” explains Mr. Dupuis “Our XBT members have been so happy with their results that
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extremely affordable, highly valuable and life changing course will sell out very quickly due to the limited amount of participants that Coaches Jason Dupuis and Jenn Morgan will accept this fall. The XBT is designed to educate and transform your look, no matter how old or out of shape you are. Our personal trainers will light the training ﬁre under your butt all the way to your ﬁtness goals. Word is spreading quickly about Jason Dupuis’ new and improved XBT program and you do not want to wait until the last minute to register because you will miss out! All pre-registered members can start training right away for FREE until the XBT starts. If you would like to be a part of the new XBT starting October 2, 2010, please call Head Coaches Jenn Morgan or Jason Dupuis at 613-831-8085 to obtain additional information and to book your spot in the fall program.
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Glenn has great admiration for mixed martial arts athletes, calling them the most finely tuned athletes that he has ever met. He wants to use his knowledge of mixed martial arts conditioning techniques to teach individuals and teams how to condition themselves for their sport. Sculpt Conditioning Inc. wants to help local sports teams with team building and with fine tuning their skills with various conditioning techniques. This can apply to teams in sports such as ringette, soccer, football, soccer and ball. Use of the Sculpt Conditioning Inc. gym will be by appointment only, with fitness classes scheduled for 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. and in the evenings while personal training will take place during the day. Wesley says that what makes Sculpt Conditioning Inc. different from a regular fitness gym is that it is more of a conditioning studio, with the training more sports specific and goal oriented. The Sculpt Conditioning Inc. motto is “Commitment, Motivation, Determination.” The clients provide the commitment, Sculpt provides the motivation and determination is a necessary ingredient in reaching personal goals. There are no memberships available at Sculpt Conditioning Inc. Rather, clients will purchase passes, normally for 12 or 36 classes, or will enroll for personal training. A lot of people interested in fitness are moving away from big gyms to small studio sized gyms like that being offered by Sculpt Conditioning Inc., Mariko Kulka says. “People want more personalized attitude,” she notes, adding that she and Wesley, the only two personal trainers at
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The Joker, The Derby, tailgate party - all at Westar Farms JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF There’s The Joker. And there’s The Derby. And
these are only two of the equestrian highlights that will be found at the final event of the summer horse
show series at Westar Farms in Goulbourn this Saturday, Sept. 18. And, on top of all of this,
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Members of the Stittsville Team Brazil U9 girls’ soccer team, 2010 Goulbourn Lanark Soccer League girls’ U9 season champions, are, front row, left to right, Sophie Green, coach Katrina Nicholson, Ariana Bowditch, Nya Galbraith, Maggie McCleary, Mackenzie Nicholson and Leah Exley; and, back row, left to right, Meghan Poulin, coach Brad Poulin, Olivia Bonnar, Taylor Kramer, Valerie Chartrand, Jenna Querengesser, Jenna Sayer, Sasha MacDonald and Carlee Towend.
there will be a tailgate party and competition. What a day it is going to be! So, The Joker – what is that all about? It is a special high risk/ high reward jump that is the final challenge for riders in the show’s Top Score class. It all goes like this. In the Top Score class, unlike a regular jumper class where competitors follow a prescribed course, the riders can choose their own route in the ring. Each jump has a point value and competitors have 45 seconds to jump as many jumps and accumulate as many points as possible. They can jump each jump twice and from either direction. No faults are counted if a jump is knocked down but no points are added and the jump cannot be attempted again. Once the finish bell sounds, a competitor can then attempt The Joker. If this jump is successful, the competitor earns 200 points. If the jump is not cleared cleanly or there is a refusal, the competitor loses 200 points. Onlookers really enjoy this Joker jump, cheering the successful attempts and groaning in unison with “Awws!” when the competi-
tor fails. The Derby is the final class of the show, with $2,000 in prize money up for grabs. This entices riders from far and wide. Some of the Derby jumps are colourful while others are more like cross-country jumps. The course is longer than a normal jumper course and the sequence of jumps is more complicated. Spectators love this class as they see the competitors challenge the course. If there is more than one horse and rider which has had a clean round, then there is a jump off with the ultimate winner being the competitor with the fastest horse with the fewest faults. The tailgate party and competition is a new way of raising funds for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. A fundraiser for this organization is held each year at Westar Farms horse shows. This year a tailgate party and competition is being held alongside the newly expanded jumper ring. Each group of entrants in this tailgate party and competition will pay a registration fee, with all of the proceeds going to breast cancer research.
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Golfer George S. Lyon still remembered SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Richmond native and Olympic gold medal golfer George S. Lyon is still being remembered by golfers in southern Ontario. The 75th playing of the George S. Lyon Team Championship was played on Tuesday, Sept. 7 with the Mississauga Golf and Country Club grabbing the title. This is a team competition which this year involved a total of 45 four-man teams from courses across the Toronto and southern Ontario area. This was the first time since 1968 that a Mississauga Golf and Country Club team had won the Lyon championship shield. The George S. Lyon Team Championship was first played in 1931 and ran consecutively until the year 2000. It has since been revived and is now played on an annual basis once again. The event is named after George Seymour Lyon who was born in Richmond and went on to become one of Canada’s greatest amateur golfers. He won the Olympic gold medal for golf at the Olympics in St. Louis in 1904. This was the only time that a gold medal was ever awarded in the Olympics for golf.
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF The tables got turned on the Kars Aces on Wednesday, Sept. 8. The Stittsville 56ers roared back from a 9-0 loss to the Kars Aces in the opening game of their Greater Ottawa Fastball League semi-final playoff series to lay a 7-0 loss on the Kars squad. Stittsville wasted no time taking the lead in this game. Darren Featherstone, the 56ers pitcher, helped himself out by driving in John Craig with the game’s first run in the first inning. But the big blow in this first inning was a three run opposite field homer by Dan Bradley, staking the 56ers to a 4-0 lead. The 56ers did not score again until the fifth inning when the Stittsville squad scored three runs, making the score 7-0 and ending the game after five innings. Dan Jessiman drove in one of these runs and in turn was driven in by Darren Featherstone. Dan Bradley then singled to drive home Darren Featherstone with the team’s seventh run of the game. Darren Featherstone picked up the win on the mound for the 56ers. The Kars Aces threatened to score in the second, fourth and fifth innings but each time Darren Featherstone came up with the big pitches to keep the Aces off the scoreboard. The Stittsville 56ers and the Kars Aces will now face off in a third game of their best of three semi-final series to determine which team advances to play the Quyon Combat Flyers in the league’s best of five championship series. The Kars Acres finished in first place in the regular season standings while the Stittsville 56ers, last year’s playoff champions, finished in fourth place.
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At the conclusion of the Bronze jumper classes in the show, there will be two special classes that are always crowd pleasing. In these classes, the jumps are brightly coloured and the horses sometimes have to jump onto a bank or jump over a small ditch. Style is not scored but faults are accumulated if an obstacle is knocked down or “refused.” The fewest penalties accumulated in the fastest time will determine the winner in these classes. In addition to all of the prize money being offered at this show,
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Corn field to become shopping area JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Right now it’s a corn field but if Smart!Centres has its way, it will be a shopping centre. Located at the northwest corner of Fernbank Road and Terry Fox Drive, it is right at the southeast corner of the lands covered by the Fernbank Community Design Plan which has it identified as a neighbourhood commercial site. The plan by Smart!Centres, which has developed commercial sites across Canada and is the developer of the former Laurentian High School site on Baseline Road in
Ottawa, calls for nine buildings on the site. This includes one main building, suitable for a major grocery store or a home supply retailer, as well as five stand-alone buildings and three multi-tenant structures. The triangle shaped site is flanked by Fernbank Road to the south and Terry Fox Drive to the east, while Cope Drive, which currently ends at Terry Fox Drive, is slated to run through the site before going on to be a major road running through the length of the Fernbank lands, almost all the way to Stittsville. The site will also have a small portion of a storm water retention pond at its far north end. This storm water management pond
will be just part of a much larger facility which will serve a portion of the new Fernbank development. The building elevations will vary depending on the preferences of the tenants that will occupy the buildings or multi-tenant spaces. The developer will be providing entrance features for the Fernbank lands on the two corners of Cope Drive as it enters the shopping centre area. There will be on-site parking for the various buildings. The main entrance to the shopping centre will be off Fernbank Road west of Terry Fox Drive. There will also be an entrance via
Cope Drive. The main entrance off Fernbank Road and the Cope Drive/Terry Fox Drive intersection will both be signalized. The developer feels that most of the traffic flowing to the shopping centre will be coming from east or west of Terry Fox Drive i.e. either from Stittsville or from Kanata South. It is felt that the new commercial developments along Hazeldean Road between Stittsville and Kanata and the existing Kanata Centrum shopping area will restrict the customer flow from the north Kanata areas. The site still has to be rezoned to permit this new shopping centre.
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF It looks as if the proposed Upper Flowing Creek Municipal Drain is, well, going down the drain. At a special meeting of Ottawa city councilâ€™s Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on Tuesday, Sept. 7 at the former Goulbourn municipal building at Stanleyâ€™s Corners, the committee approved a motion that essentially makes the city responsible for the $381,000 in costs incurred to date to prepare an engineerâ€™s report about the proposed drain. If city council at its Sept. 22 meeting agrees to accept these costs, thus removing them from being the responsibility of the 19 landowners who signed the petition that launched this whole process, then the petitioners will then be able to withdraw their names from the petition without any fear that the costs will be assigned to them. Under the normal course of events, petitioners are responsible for all costs related to an engineerâ€™s report if they withdraw their names during the course of the consideration of the report. If city council agrees to accept the $381,000 in costs incurred to date, the petitioners will have until Oct. 13 to withdraw their names from the petition. If at city councilâ€™s Oct. 13 meeting enough petitioners have withdrawn to render the petition invalid, then the matter ends there, with council never getting to the stage of even considering the engineerâ€™s report. However, if not enough petitioners withdraw their names or if more of the 126 affected landowners sign the petition, thus keeping it as a valid petition under the Drainage Act, then city council will have to consider the engineerâ€™s report. Council could then either accept the report or reject it. At the Sept. 7 meeting, a show of hands of affected landowners present revealed that those at the meeting all wanted to withdraw their names from the petition under the provision that the city would be absorbing the $381,000 in costs already incurred in preparing the engineerâ€™s report. This whole matter has arisen because of the proposed cost of the new Upper Flowing Creek Municipal Drain. The petitioners were initially under the belief that the implementation of the municipal
drain would cost them a few thousand dollars each. However, the cost of the drain escalated to over one million dollars, resulting in landowner assessments in the tens of thousands for some property owners. This resulted in opposition to going ahead with the project but under the terms of the Drainage Act, the landowners who signed the initiating petition would be on the hook for the engineering costs incurred to prepare the engineerâ€™s report. This is the $381,000 that is being discussed. The solution for the city to pick up these costs, thus taking them away from the petitioners, is the key to allowing the petitioners to withdraw their names from the petition, rendering it invalid and thus cancelling the whole project. Terry Hale of the Goulbourn Landownersâ€™ Association, who has been involved with this matter since it is related to the Goulbourn wetlands issue, said that the landowners in the area were not backing away from the problem of getting proper drainage for their lands and hence eliminating their wetland characteristics. However, he pointed out that the landowners were rejecting this solution of a new municipal drain in the area due to the huge costs involved for the individual landowners. He expressed disappointment that this hoped-for solution had come to this point where the landowners have to abandon the idea of a new municipal drain for the area. This whole issue goes back to 2004 when a number of provincially significant wetlands were identified on lands in Goulbourn southwest of Stittsville. This happened as a result of a study undertaken due to a development application in the area. A landowner uproar over the possibility of lands being designed as provincially significant wetlands led to a city council approved agreement in 2006. The agreement was that these wetlands would not be designated pending the implementation of new drainage works in the area and then a review of the situation five years after the completion of the drainage works. It was the position of the affected landowners that the lands were like wetlands because of inadequate and inappropriate drainage in the area and that if proper drainage were implemented in the area,
Cutting saws stolen SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Thieves made off with stone/brick cutting saws in a recent break in and theft in Richmond. It happened sometime overnight when a commercial storage shed on Perth Street in Richmond was broken into by an unidentified thief or thieves. After kicking a hole in the door and entering the shed, the thief or thieves advanced to a locked room. The padlock was broken open with a padlock to gain access to the room. Taken from the room were seven orange Stihl stone/brick cutting saws valued at about $1,000 each.
the lands would not retain their wetlands characteristics. At the Sept. 7 meeting, city of Ottawa lawyer Tim Marc said that the city and the provincial government
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Plaza supermarket is now King’s valu-mart JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF
The supermarket at the Richmond Plaza is now King’s valu-mart. A giant green and white cake proclaiming the grand opening of King’s valu-mart was cut by new owner Chris King and his family last Sunday, Sept. 12, marking the store’s fu-
ture under the King name. A bouquet of colourful flowers adorned the table beside the cake, while green and white balloons floated above, fastened by string to the table. While Mr. King has been running the store since last January when former owner Bill Walters stepped aside due to health concerns, he did not officially take over until last Sunday after all of the negotiations and
agreements were in place. An inventory of all of the stock took place last Saturday night as the final step in the transfer process. This is the first time that Mr. King has operated his own grocery store. However, he has an employment record in the grocery business and most recently worked at Brown’s Your Independent Grocer in Stittsville. He is now looking forward to at least the next decade and hopefully more of running this valu-mart store in Richmond. Besides being joined by his wife Shawna and his children Sierra, 5, and Cooper, who
is almost 2, at last Sunday’s grand opening ceremony, he was surrounded by his staff as well as a number of family and friends, making it a very special occasion for him. Mr. King thanked everyone whom he has worked with over the years, is working with now and even those who he will work with in the future for being part of his life. He expressed surprise at the number who turned out for the cake cutting ceremony, saying that he did not expect to see so many there. King’s valu-mart is now open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day of the week.
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At the cake cutting to mark the grand opening of the new King’s valu-mart at the Richmond Plaza in Richmond last Sunday, Sept. 12 are the members of the King family, from left to right, Chris King, who is holding his son Cooper who is almost two years old, five year old Sierra and Chris’ wife Shawna King.
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Drugs stolen at pharmacy Drugs were stolen from the Richmond IDA Pharmacy recently. On Friday, Aug. 27 around 6 p.m., a man entered the pharmacy at the Richmond Plaza in Richmond and went directly behind the counter, yelling to the staff to “Open the safe.” The male appeared to be very nervous and agitated.
Several narcotics including Oxycontin and Fentanol were put into the man’s black bin liner bag. The man is described as a white male, 20 years old, five feet, seven inches tall with dark facial hair, a beard and a moustache. He was wearing a white hoodie top, sunglasses, dark jeans and a baseball hat at the time of the robbery.
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF The name is staying the same but watch for the Richmond Village Association’s website to change. At its Sept. 7 meeting, the Richmond Village Association executive heard that the RVA website name, www.richmondvillage.ca, has been renewed for another two years. But the executive also heard that changes are in store for the website. Don Flanders of the RVA executive explained that when the website was first created a number of years ago, it featured the best user tools available then. However, he explained that now there is different technology available that will allow the website to be even easier to update. He explained that the current website does take some time to do updates and changes. With the changes being proposed, the website technology will be more module based, making it easier to add modules or to change information in the modules. The new website format should also be less static in appearance because of the more variety of modules. Mr. Flanders advised, though, that the RVA will have to change its website provider if the website changes are to be made. He said that he would be doing more research regarding the cost involved. The RVA executive will make a final decision about the website and its possible new format at its next meeting.
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Metin Akgun is stepping down as president of the Stittsville Village Association (SVA). He made it clear at the SVA’s executive meeting on Thursday, Sept. 9 that he would not be standing for reelection at this November’s annual general meeting. A ten year veteran of the SVA executive, Mr. Akgun even doubted how much involvement he would continue to have as the SVA immediate past president. “We’ll see how much I can be a part of it,” he said about his SVA involvement once he has stepped down as president. He said that he enjoys his SVA activity but lamented that there comes a time to step aside. He also expressed a desire to spend more time around home. He explained that when he retired from his work life, he knew it was a logical time to stop and this now applies to his SVA involvement. Mr. Akgun’s involvement with community organizations goes back to the late 1980’s when the Wyldewood Homeowners’ Association was formed and he became involved. The Wyldewood organization ceased but the SVA came along and Mr. Akgun joined up. He is not the only longtime SVA executive member who is stepping aside. Jean Kerr, who has been the SVA’s treasurer since its formation ten years ago, is not continuing in the role. Now 86, she recently moved from her home into an apartment in Stittsville and feels that now is the time to cease her active involvement in the SVA. “We definitely need a treasurer,” president Akgun commented, noting that it is an essential position and should be someone who is easily accessible. There are also question marks about the continued involvement of SVA directors Christine Hartig, David Fairbrother and Ken LaRue, all because of other commitments at this time. But there are also others who have indicated that they will be continuing on with the organization. Vice-president Doug Sutherland, who still has one year to go on her term, is staying involvement. As to whether he would move up to the president’s role, he readily admitted that he could not approach making the type of commitment to the position that Mr. Akgun has made in the role. However, he said that there is still two months to go before the annual general meeting and he would think about moving up to president. Longtime SVA director David Jenkins, who handles planning issues, is staying on the executive for another year. However, this would be his last year on the executive and he is looking for someone who could work with him during the coming year and then take over the planning portfolio when he leaves. President Akgun paid tribute to the important work on planning issues which Mr. Jenkins has done over the years with the SVA, making it a credible organiza-
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Wesselingh, Phil Sweetnam, Theresa Qadri and Katrina Harder will all be continuing on the SVA executive. Mr. Akgun hopes to have more clarification about the plans of all of the SVA executive members in time for the SVA executive’s October meeting. “There are a few question marks as far as I am concerned which we will have to clarify,” he said.
Communities at core of Clive Doucet’s vision an uphill battle to convince voters That is why he is fighting so hard to support him in the upcoming to get public transit to the suburbs Oct. 25 municipal election. sooner, not later, he said, because “I know I am a hard sell for people in Stittsville,” he said in an interview while sitting on a park bench at Village Square, the site of Stittsville’s Villagefest events. He said that Stittsville residents see him as an inner city guy who does not understand them. But he says that his vision of building communities based on the availability of public transit is what communities like Stittsville need. He noted that Stittsville historically grew up JOHN BRUMMELL PHOTO around a railway station, City of Ottawa councillor and mayoralty a replica of which now candidate Clive Doucet looks at a scarecrow at stands at Village Square. Villagefest at Village Square in Stittsville.
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flourishing, vibrant communities in the suburbs are good for the whole city. Mr. Doucet said that Stittsville may have tripled in size in recent years but its future is dependent on cheap fuel, whether for cars or buses. He says that communities like Stittsville have to move to a model where people can participate in community and city life without depending exclusively on the car. He said that such models are now happening all over the world. He said that his plan to provide
surface light rail to Kanata within four years makes a lot of sense in ensuring successful communities in this area. He feels that his vision is for the city to be more community oriented which he claims will also make it easier to run. He is disturbed when the city has to cut the operation of wading pools for children, for example, while spending more to run the city, thanks in part because a quarter of the budget goes for transportation. Mr. Doucet has been elected as a city councillor for the Glebe and Ottawa South area of the city four times, serving from 1997 to the present.
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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF It is perhaps fitting that Ottawa mayoralty candidate Clive Doucet was at last Saturday’s Villagefest activities in Stittsville. It was a community event and he makes it very clear that his vision for the city begins with communities. He wants a city where community living can happen more easily than at present. He notes that the Glebe area in his current municipal ward is a strong community because it has grown up around a main street and a former street car line, with many people getting around the community on foot and by public transit. He sees the value of this and wants to bring this kind of living to the whole city. But he acknowledges that he has
Stittsville News - SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
Hear candidates on Sept. 22 ward has five candidates running for election in the Oct. 25 municipal election. They are incumbent councillor Glenn Brooks, Richmond residents Bruce Webster and Iain McCallum, Scott Moffatt of North Gower and Bruce Chrustie of rural Goulbourn. There are two candidates running for the position of trustee for this area for the Ottawa Carleton District School Board. They are current trustee Lynn Scott and Todd Johnson. Incumbent Ottawa Catholic School Board trustee for this area, John Curry of Healeyâ€™s Heath, has been acclaimed for the position.
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Sacred Heart High School in Stittsville is one of 22 sites across the city of Ottawa where the Continuing and Community Education Department of the Ottawa Catholic School Board is offering general interest and computer courses this fall. A 15 hour course about the fundamental skills involved in using the Microsoft Office Professional Suite for home or business will be offered at Sacred Heart on Tuesday evenings beginning on Sept. 28 for six weeks. A Very Basic French Conversation course, involving the basic essential vocabulary of the French language, will be held at Sacred Heart on Thursday evenings starting on Sept. 30. Salsa dancing courses, both at the introductory level and at the intermediate level, will be offered at Sacred Heart on Thursday evenings, beginning on Sept. 30. An art course in soft pastels will be held at Sacred Heart on Tuesday evenings starting on Sept. 28. Instructor Janet Knowles will lead exercises that allow participants to create different effects such as layering, blending, feathering and scrumbling. A personal wellness course on harnessing the power of emotions will be held at Sacred Heart on Thursday evenings starting on Sept. 30. In this five week intuitive development workshop, instructor Kim Barnwell will help participants develop a more intimate relationship with their emotional nature. A fitness course called boot camp/interval training will be offered at Sacred Heart on Tuesday evenings starting on Sept. 28. This
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eight week heart pumping course will focus on muscle toning. Another fitness course called â€œAll About the Coreâ€? will be offered at Sacred Heart as well, also on Tuesday evenings, starting on Sept. 28. The focus of this course will be on posture, balance and stability while developing muscle tone and strength. A variety of jiu-jitsu courses for beginners will be held at Sacred Heart this fall. There will be courses for children (ages 8-13) and for youth and adults. The courses are being held on both Tuesday and Thursday evenings for eight weeks. A six week beginner golf lesson package will be offered at Sacred Heart, beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 28. There will also be a six week intermediate golf lesson package offered. A Red Cross babysitting course, teaching present and potential babysitters the basics of child care and child safety, will be offered at Sacred Heart . The five week evening course will be offered on either Tuesday or Thursday evenings. Registration for these general interest and computer courses, either at Sacred Heart or at the other sites across the city, can be done online at www.fallconnections.com, by phone at 613-228-3338, by mail to Continuing Education, General Interest Registration, 570 West Hunt Club Road, Nepean, Ontario K2G 3R4, by fax at 613-723-0478 or in person at 570 West Hunt Club Road in Nepean. Registration should be done by Wednesday, Sept. 22. Most classes begin the week of Sept. 27. For more information, please phone 613228-3338 or visit www.fallconnections.com.
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A ward 21 (Rideau-Goulbourn) candidatesâ€™ meeting is coming up in Richmond. The meeting will also include school trustee candidates. Sponsored by the Richmond Village Association, the meeting will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 22, starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Richmond Memorial Community Centre (arena) hall. The evening will begin with three minute presentations from school trustee candidates, followed by a five minute question and answer period. The ward 21 municipal
ward candidates will then take centre stage. Each candidate will have three minutes for an opening presentation. The order will be determined by a random draw of names. Following the opening presentations, each candidate will be given a rebuttal time of three minutes. Once again, the order will be determined by a random draw of names. Following these presentations by the ward candidates, they will each have a designated area in the hall in which to meet with members of the public and to answer questions. The Rideau-Goulbourn
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Early birds get $25 â€˜wormsâ€™ SPECIAL TO THE NEWS The early bird gets the worm, so the saying goes. And in the case of the annual Richmond Fair raffle, the â€œwormâ€? is $25, the cost of a ticket in the draw. The last eight early birds to get their $25 â€œwormsâ€? in the final of five early bird draws leading up to the grand prize draw at the Saturday night dance at the Richmond Fair on Saturday, Sept. 18 are Laurene Button of North Gower, ticket number 009; Shawn Cowen of Nepean, ticket number 045; Ian Stubbert of Ashton, ticket number 077; Bev
Craig of Kemptville, ticket number 119; Sandra Willis of Richmond, ticket number 177; Helene Rivest of Stittsville, ticket number 224; and Raymond Scott of Stittsville, ticket number 273; and Judy Rasa of Kars, ticket number 131. The draw washeld on Sept. 2. All of these eight early bird draw winners along with the other 32 early bird winners from the earlier draws will now go back into the drum for the grand prize draw at the Fair. This grand prize draw will have a $1,000 winner, two $500 winners, a $250 winner and five $100 winners.
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The Wilkinsons, Dennis Whitty, David Wilcox at Fair JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Two veteran Canadian performers as well as an award winning Canadian country music group will be headlining the entertainment at this year’s Richmond Fair.
Veteran Canadian musician David Wilcox will be performing this Friday night, Sept. 17, sharing the stage with Daisy Train, a five piece retro rock and roll band that will be playing the hits of the 1980’s. The Saturday afternoon enter-
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Judy Campbell displays a tray full of freshly cooked pork to be served at the annual Pig and Turkey Roast at the Stittsville branch of the Royal Canadian Legion last Saturday.
BARB VANT’SLOT SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Four new members have joined the Stittsville Legion branch: Claire Wolfenden, Josette McCarthy, Charles Scott and Raymond Turmaine. The next bus trip to the Slots at Rideau Carleton Raceway will be on Wednesday, Oct. 6. For more information, please call Joan Davis at 613-836-7489. The first Ladies’ Auxiliary meeting of the fall will be held on Monday, Sept. 27 starting at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Tom Albert is feeling a little under the weather these days. All of his Legion friends are thinking of him and hoping for his return to good health. A fun darts night is being held on Friday, Sept. 17 at the Legion Hall, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The dart season will officially begin on Friday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. sharp.
tainment in the arena will feature the ever-popular Eddy and the Stingrays, well known in the Ottawa area for their rock ‘n roll music. The Sunday afternoon performers in the arena will be Canadian country singer and songwriter Dennis Whitty and The Wilkinsons, a Canadian country music family group which has captured numerous awards and has travelled the world. Over the years, The Wilkinsons have not only had a United States gold album with “Nothing But Love” but have received numerous Grammy nominations as well as many Juno and American Country Music awards. The Wilkinsons have entertained audiences around the world, from Germany to Australia and from Croatia to Japan as well as across North America. Their light, exuberant family harmonies are considered magical for any audience. Performing that same Sunday afternoon in the arena will be Dennis Whitty who has been entertaining crowds for over 20 years. With his acoustic guitar and his rich, powerful and sensitive voice, he will be singing a mix of original material from his most recent CD as well as beloved cover tunes. He is known for his natural rapport with audience, delivering hand clapping, foot stomping per-
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07 CHEV SILVERADO QUAD CAB
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