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October Bus Tour Explores Origins of the Salmon River Susan Moore

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n this spectacular journey, organized by Friends of the Salmon River (friendsofsalmonriver.ca), passengers will have the opportunity to look at the terrain of the upper and middle Salmon watershed in a new way, with the help of local scientists and advisors. Commentaries from a geologist, ecologist, historian and others will broaden our horizons, and the fall colours will accent our trip. The bus will take us up into the headwaters of the Salmon River, into the fantastic maze of the Kennebec Wetland

Complex where the Salmon River was born. We will stop for lunch in Arden (as well as several other informative stops) and continue down as far as the Croydon area, discovering on the way the

historical and recreational (e.g., kayaking and hiking) opportunities.

Salmon River Bus Tour Saturday, October 13 Departure time: 9:30 am. • Return time: 3:30 or 4 p.m. The tour begins and ends in Erinsville on Hwy 41. Luxury style coach bus is equipped with a washroom. Cost: $40/person includes lunch. Tickets: Contact Susan at 613-379-5958/ susan@moorepartners.ca OR Victor at 613-331-3655/ victoryhaze@mac.com

The Gorge on the Salmon River. Photo by Ed Jezak.

Roblin Holiness Camp 2018

Cloyne & District Historical Society The Pioneer Museum & Archives is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day until Labour Day. Special off season visits may be possible. Inquire at the museum or email pioneer@mazinaw.on.ca The Cloyne & District Historical Society will be meeting Monday September 17 at 1 p.m. in the Cloyne Township Hall. Come along for information and fellowship. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please check the local paper for meeting program.

1 km. north of Roblin, 3418 County Rd. 41 Music on the Grounds August 11 @ 7 p.m. Family Camp, August 12-19 Evening services @ 7 p.m. VBS “Nazareth” August 13 - 17 mornings

CORRECTION: In the April/May issue of The SCOOP, Steven Manders’ book The First Spike was wrongly called The Last Spike (Pierre Berton’s book).

SPEAKER: Rev. Kirk Perry INFO roblinholinesscamp@gmail.com or RWC 613-388-2518

Colleen’s Cleaning FOR ALL YOUR CLEANING NEEDS! Colleen Martin-Fabius 613-379-5959 www.ColleensCleaning.ca cmfclean@gmail.com

Harvest shot, Switzerville, ON, July 2018. Photo by Grace Vanderzande.

Hilltop Variety and Gas Bar 2068 County Rd 1 E, Box 89 Newburgh, ON K0K 2S0 Phone: 613-378-0185

Store Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

LCBO Agency Store

Tamworth & District Lions Club

ANNUAL FISH FRY & CORN ROAST 713 Addington Street, Tamworth Arena

Sunday, August 19 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Music by the Land O’Lakes Cruisers

Adults: $15 Children (5-12): $8 Children under 5: Free Great fish, great corn, great country music!!!

PERSONAL ERRANDS Some days are just so busy that it’s hard to fit in all the little things! Call Angie Cares and get it done. Let us help get it marked off your to-do list.

CLEANING SERVICES Weekly,Bi-Weekly & Monthly Cleaning; One Time,Move In/Out,Post Construction, Before and After Event,Spring/Fall Deep Cleaning,Offices,Windows,Carpets.

HOME SERVICES House Sitting, Pet Sitting, Companion Visits, Organizing, Decluttering, Holiday Decorating, Home Staging, Packing/ Unpacking. Packages are available!

CELEBRATION PLANNING Have a Birthday,Anniversary,Retirement, Christmas Party,or special date night in mind? Let us take care of the details so you can sit back and enjoy your special day!

In the past 29 years over $80,000 has been raised at this annual event. 100% of funds raised are returned to support programs in our community. Please help support our Lions Recycle for Sight Program. Donate glasses and change someone’s life. Imagine if you could help a child read. Help an adult succeed at their job. Help a senior maintain their independence. Everyday our recycled eyeglass programs do all of this and more. Please bring any prescription eyeglasses to this, and any Lions Club event! Thank you for your support.

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The SCOOP // August / September 2018  

The SCOOP is an independent community newsmagazine. Since 2005, we have been covering rural life in the Ontario area north of the 401 and so...

The SCOOP // August / September 2018  

The SCOOP is an independent community newsmagazine. Since 2005, we have been covering rural life in the Ontario area north of the 401 and so...

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