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NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEETINGS TUESDAY, July 21 Council Meeting 7 p.m. TUESDAY, July 28 Council Meeting 3 p.m. The agenda for the Council meetings will be available for review at the Municipal Offices, Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library and on our website 12 p.m. (noon) the Thursday prior to the meeting.

NOTICES 2015 FINAL PROPERTY TAX BILLS 1st Instalment Due – July 17, 2015 2nd Instalment Due – September 18, 2015

NOTICES CONT'D NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION GLAD PARK AVENUE The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville is undertaking a project for the reconstruction of Glad Park Avenue, from West Lawn Crescent to just north of Elm Road. Construction is planned to begin the week of July 20. During construction, the road will be open to local traffic. Project completion is planned for October 2015. If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Brian Kavanagh, Manager, Capital Projects, Public Works ext. 2329 or brian.kavanagh@townofws.ca

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There’s gold in them thar hills. And silver, too. That’s what a couple of athletes residing in Whitchurch-Stouffville can attest to after making their presence felt during the first week of competition at the 2015 Pan American Games held in the Greater Toronto Area. Lisa Sanders got things going for Canada as a member of the gold-medal winning synchronized swimming team. Taking to the Pan Am Aquatic Centre pool in Scarborough during the technical routine, the 21-year-old helped Canada take the lead during the first segment of the competition. While serving as a reserve during the free routine, Sanders’ teammates – Gabriella Brisson, Annabelle Frappier, Claudia Holzner, Lisa Mikelberg, Marie-Lou Morin, Samantha Nealon, Jacqueline Simoneau and Karine Thomas – executed a challenging free routine and recorded a score of 90.2000 to help Canada retain the Pan Am Games title Saturday. Mexico claimed silver with 86.8333, and the United States bronze at 83.433. “It feels amazing, especially with the home crowd cheering us on,” Sanders said. “It’s an honour to be able to represent Canada at these games.” A national team member since 2012, she developed her skills with the Granite Club, York Synchronized Swimming Club and junior national team. “The intense training schedule leading up to the Games prepared our team for anything, but I think the key to success was trusting our training and focusing as a team to have our best performance,” she said. Just one day later, Belinda Trussell rode off with a silver medal after she was part of Canada’s dressage entry that finished second in the team competition at the OLG Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park.

goal achieved A three-time World Equestrian Games competitor and member of Canada’s 2004 Summer Olympic dressage team, the 43-yearold Trussell and her teammates that included Brittany Fraser, Megan Lane and Chris von Martels amassed a score of 454.938 during the two-day competition. The United States finished first with a score of 460.506 points and claimed the only qualifying spot available for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Brazil won bronze with a score of 414.895. Occupying second place behind the U.S. after the first day of competition, Trussell and her mount Anton, a 15-year-old dark bay Sachsen-Anhaltiner gelding owned by Robyn Eames and Marc Trussell, rode in the anchor position. “We all had good performances and we

have to go away with that and that’s really exciting,” Trussell said of her team on a Twitter video. The owner of Oakcrest Farm on Ninth Line near Ballantrae, Trussell just missed out on her second medal of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games after finishing fourth in the individual dressage event Tuesday. Despite falling short of reaching the medal podium, she found a silver lining in attaining some personal best results.

softball, trampoline on tap “I came into this competition wanting my three personal bests and I achieved that; that’s a really big deal for me,” she said. “You come to a major games and there are some really strong competitors. To be at the top among those competitors gives you more drive. I’m not done.” Making her Pan Am Games debut and acknowledging to be a part of Canada’s Pan Am Games dressage team was extra special, since the competition would be close to her Stouffville residence, Trussell said the Pan Am Games experience was everything she thought it would be. “This was a really important competition for me because I wanted to compete on home soil. I’ve never done that at a major games. After I rode, I went into the crowd and was mobbed. It was awesome. It was very special,” she said. More medals for Stouffville could follow. In men’s softball, Canada won their first three round-robin contests with Andy Skelton and Paul Koert making contributions. In Canada’s 9-3 win over Argentina at the President’s Choice Ajax Pan Am Ball Park Tuesday, Skelton had one hit, one RBI and scored one run as the designated hitter. Skelton, 28, and Koert, 36, saw action in Canada’s opening game where they doubled the count on Mexico 10-5 Sunday. Skelton wielded a hot bat, driving in a pair of runs, had one hit and scored a pair of runs. Skelton then switched positions with Koert, who started the game on the rubber, in the top of the fourth inning. Tossing 2 2/3 innings, Skelton yielded two hits and three runs, including one earned and fanning three batters, to pick up the win. Koert tossed 3 1/3 innings and surrendered six hits and two runs including one earned while striking out three batters. In Canada’s second game against the United States, which resulted in a 3-2 win Monday, the Stouffville pair did not see action. The defending world champion Canadian team was scheduled to continue round-robin play against the Dominican Republic yesterday and Venezuela today at 4:30 p.m. The semifinals are scheduled for Friday at 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. and gold medal match

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Karen Cockburn (above) gives the oath during the Pan Am Games opening ceremonies at the Rogers Centre in downtown Toronto. Fellow Stouffville resident Paul Koert (left) pitches for Canada during men’s softball action in Ajax. Both could win medals this weekend. For daily coverage of the Games, go to our website, yorkregion. com

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Saturday at 3 p.m. Following the men’s competition, the women will take to the field with Gormley native Jenna Caira pitching for Canada. Canada is scheduled to begin round-robin play Sunday against Brazil at 6:30 p.m. Also taking place this weekend will be the women’s individual trampoline competition with three-time Olympic medallist Karen Cockburn being a part of Canada’s two-member squad along with King City resident and 2012 Olympic gold medallist Rosie MacLen-

nan at the Toronto (Ricoh) Coliseum starting Saturday and concluding Sunday. A 34-year-old Stouffville resident, she is no stranger to the Pan Am Games as she took part in the 2011 competition and reached the final before withdrawing due to illness. Prior to the start of the 2015 Pan American Games, Cockburn was also bestowed with the honour of being selected to pronounce the athletes’ oath during the opening ceremonies at the Pan Am Dome. -with files from Chris Simon

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ou’re going where for a long weekend, Mason?” the question continually came. The answer was always “Pittsburgh”. People made faces. Like I was heading for recreational dental surgery. “This place isn’t what it was 10 years ago,” the clerk in the auto parts store – blew a tail light on the interstate – said early Saturday morning. “There’s lots to do here now.” Yes, indeedy. Five hours apart, you won’t confuse Toronto with Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh’s population is just over 300,000. Toronto has 2.8 million, about the same as the seven regions making up greater Pittsburgh. The Toronto area is up to 6.05 million. Toronto’s on a lake. Pittsburgh’s got rivers and more than 400 bridges crossing them. The city is carved between that water and scenic hills, which you can ride on a pair of inclined plane railroads, or funiculars, which is far more fun to pronounce. Roads wind and don’t run in a grid, which challenged my GPS to keep up. Hometown drivers are, shall we say, aggressive, with no fear of burning out turn signals. Out of their vehicles, Pittsburghers, or Yinzers as they call themselves, are extremely friendly folks. Pittsburgh is a big-time sports town. Every second male over the age of 12 must wear a Pirates’ baseball T-shirt, apparently. Caps are optional, but often included in the ensemble. Gotta be a law. Even the security guard at a gallery — the Andy Warhol was a favourite — we toured was abuzz about “the Buccos”. “Did you see the game? Another walk-off. Wow,” he asked, while reviewing the highlights on his phone. We found the name of the late Bob Hassard of Stouffville in the impressive sports wing of the Heinz History Center. The former Main Street insurance broker played for Pittsburgh’s American

Off The Top with Jim Mason Hockey League team in the 1950s. The NHL Penguins aren’t on the front page — although they are for sale. There’s a magnificent statue of co-owner Mario Lemieux out front of their Consol Energy Center and shelves stacked with yellow and gold Phil Kessel T-shirts inside, Leaf fans. (On the flipside, Russell Martin — the Pirate turned Blue Jay catcher — shirts are in the discount bin on The Strip, Pittsburgh’s popular version of Kensington Market.) Jerome Bettis, another Pittsburgh sports legend, will go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame next month. His restaurant is nestled between the Steelers’ and Pirates’ stadiums, on the riverfront next to the Mr. Rogers’ — Fred’s from here — statue. It features a one-way mirror above the urinals, allowing guys to gaze out over the bar. That was odd. While in the neighbourhood, check out Randyland. Hilton waiter turned artist Randy Gilson bought a run-down building for $10,000 with a credit card and turned it into “Pittsburgh’s most colourful landmark”. The walls of the courtyard, which is packed with painted repurposed items, are bright murals. We ate well in a Catholic church converted to a brewery, a Thai garden and at an Italian spot, serenaded by Steve Miller playing the soccer stadium next door. We’ll be back, you Yinzers. Jim Mason is editor of The Sun-Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @stouffeditor

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wo thousand and fifteen is a year WhitchurchS t o u f f v i l l e ’s Nadine Carter will never forget. The 11-year-old Grade 7 Glad Park Public School student has, through purpose and determination, accomplished more than most adults will achieve in a lifetime. Through research and inquiries that, thanks to the aid of Oak RidgesMarkham MP Paul Calandra, prompted an appearance before WhitchurchStouffville council, Nadine has had the feats of Canadian First World War air ace Capt. Arthur Roy Brown of Bethesda appropriately recognized. On June 4, she, accompanied by her parents, David and Chantel Carter, along with her uncle and aunt, Michael and Gabriella Bennett of Richmond Hill, attended an induction ceremony at Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame in Toronto. There, Capt. Brown along with four others, were installed. Nadine was seated at a table along with several members of the Brown family. During the four-hour observance, Nadine rubbed shoulders with many aviation dignitaries including Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian astronaut to walk in space. A photograph of the two, along with a personal autograph will be forever treasured. “I was surprised when Mr. Hadfield said he wanted to meet me,” she said modestly. Nadine and Capt. Brown’s granddaughter were formally introduced to the audience. Nadine said following her meeting with town council in March, a second discussion was arranged by Ward 6 Councillor Rob Hargrave with the Whitchurch-

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admiration. This is the lasting legacy left by Vikki Staite within the hearts of staff and students at Stouffville’s Summitview Public School. Mrs. State, office receptionist and secretary from 1995 to 2015, was posthumously honoured at a yearend assembly June 12. Because of her love for honeybees, a beautiful mural was created by a group of 15 senior students, a painting that now holds a prominent place near the school’s interior entrance along with a floral bouquet in the shape of a honeybee and an appropriate poem. Whitchurch-Stouffville’s Diane Ward headed up the assignment. “I was honoured to be involved in so wonderful a project,” she said. The principal focus of the mural is a beehive with Mrs. Staite symbolizing a queen bee mascot looking down on swarms of smaller bees, denoting hundreds of children under her watchful eye. Bodies of the smaller bees comprised thumb prints made by the principal, secretary, students and custodians. Wings were attached later. The fact Sunmitview’s school teams are known as The Stingers, added emphasis to the poster. It was also topical, explained Ward since honeybees are now an endangered species. “Because the boys and girls loved Mrs. Staite so much, they needed a way to honour her memory,” Ward said. All submissions were accepted and finalized through a proper voting procedure. “It was amazing the way the students worked together,” Ward said. “I felt privileged to be a part of it.”

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Roaming Around with Jim Thomas Stouffville heritage committee. Since then, the Last Post Fund in Montreal has acquired a plot in Toronto’s Necropolis cemetery for Capt. Brown. At this site, a marker, emblazoned with a Royal Air Force emblem, will be positioned. Nadine’s still hopeful a suitable plaque honouring her hero will be located at the former Brown farm on Warden Avenue. While the Aviation Hall of Fame event was exciting in itself, the enjoyment for Nadine didn’t end there. She was the recipient of a gift flight hosted by Lesley and Jeff Page and their organization called the Young Eagles. Accompanied by her father and sister and with Lesley at the controls, they flew out of Oshawa Municipal Airport, east over Bowmanville and north above Mosport Raceway. On three separate occasions during the 20-minute flight, Nadine expertly handled the Cessna 172 craft. “It was cool,” she said, “I’d never even ridden in a plane before, let alone fly one.” Asked if the Cessna had foot pedals, Nadine replied yes, it did. “But my legs weren’t long enough to reach that far.”


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The revamped driving range at Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area will hopefully open next year. The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is revamping the 10 to 12-acre driving range that operated on the land until about 2013. “It was just rundown. We’re trying to make it different,” Joe Petta, manager of the Stouffville Road park, recently told The Sun-Tribune. The land is currently being filled and seeded. Although there is no definitive layout for the new driving range yet, Petta said it will be more than just a place to hit balls — it will incorporate a learning centre for junior development “because that is the future”. – Sandra Bolan

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Parents of young children be warned: you need to be aware of what your offspring are up to online, no matter how young they are. Those are the words of the Toronto Police officer overseeing the recent investigation into accused social media predator Brandon Walker of Richmond Hill. The 24-year-old allegedly used his Facebook account to gain nude photos and videos of young girls. Once in possession of the images, police allege Walker, who used the name Brandon G. Davidson on his Facebook site, used them to extort the girls into further acts, by threatening to release them onto social media. Toronto Police fear there are many more

victims out there. The pornography charges against Walker come on the back of another case of alleged “sextortion” in Whitchurch-Stouffville, in which Mark Viscomi allegedly gained nude photos of a girl in the United States, only to use the threat of releasing them to her parents to convince her to sexually abuse her own sister. In both cases the girls were 13 or 14. The former Preston Lake resident is currently fighting extradition to the United States to face those charges with the possibility of life behind bars if he’s found guilty. “The fact that he knew the ages of the victims and was (allegedly) using that vulnerability, as well as their innocence, is very malicious, but all too frequent,” said Toronto

Police Det. Const. Michele Bond, referring to the Walker case. She said in the past three years she and the other investigators in the child exploitation unit have seen an explosion in the number of youngsters willfully posting nude pictures onto the Internet only for those images to be used against them. “Teens that are offering nude pictures need to step back, because they could find themselves in situations like this one,” she added. “It’s very prevalent. We as parents wouldn’t let our kids go to Vaughan Mills alone, so why do we let them online alone? ... if we have teens, we need to keep that door open, this is parenting in the 21st century.” Anyone with information is asked to call Toronto Police at 416-808-8500.

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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STAFF PHOTOS/MIKE BARRETT

Adam Crossley (left), former lead singer for the Nashville-based pop-rock band 9-Point Landing, kicks off the patio series at Nineteen on the Park last Thursday. The next show features Samantha Martin and The Delta Sugar, July 30. A block away on Main Street, artist Barry Ace (above) was in attendance for the opening reception of the Mnemonic Manifestations at Latcham Gallery. The show runs through Aug. 15. Tonight, the second Food Truck Frenzy and Music Festival takes over Main Street, between Market Street and Park Drive. Twentyeight trucks were booked as of last week. It runs from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Glory days revisited in museum’s new sports, leisure show BY SANDRA BOLAN

sbolan@yrmg.com

Imagine wearing a bathing suit that only revealed your ankles and arms below the elbows. What about wearing bathing trunks made of wool? In the late 1800s, women wore bathing suits that were more like capri pants and dresses, while the men wore wool trunks, according to Stephanie Foley, curator of the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum. A look back at local sports and leisure activities is the premise of Fun and Games in W-S, which runs until Aug. 29 at the museum. The exhibition covers all four seasons — spring, summer, fall and winter. Most of the organized sports children and adults played back in the day — lacrosse, hockey, baseball and lawn bowling — remain big today, according to Foley.

carpet balls, picknicking One of the leisure activities people took part in back in the 1800s was carpet balls, which is not played much today. The premise of carpet balls was to take the cue ball and with it, knock a fellow competitor’s ball out of play. Picnicking was also very popular. It would enable women to show off their cooking skills, “which was important for hooking a husband,” according to Foley. Going on a picnic also acted like a group date, as men and women were not allowed to be alone until married. The exhibition also includes artifacts and photos. For more information on the exhibition, go to www.townofws.ca/ en/explore/museum.asp

STAFF PHOTO/MIKE BARRETT

Exhibit and programming assistant Melissa Vella hoists a 1917 baseball trophy, part of the WhitchurchStouffville Museum’s new exhibit on sports and leisure pastimes of the past called Fun & Games in WhitchurchStouffville. It’s on through Aug. 29 at the facility in the Woodbine Avenue community of Vandorf.


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19 | Stouffville Sun-Tribune | Thursday, July 16, 2015 STAFF PHOTO/MIKE BARRETT

Stouffville’s Theepika Parameshwaran, who died at age eight of a rare cancer last month, will be remembered at an event at the Ballantrae Community Centre this month. Theepi-

ka’s family are from left, her father Shanmugapraba, brother Haresh, 7, mother Pamini and sister Narmada, 10.

Theepika’s family hopes to save others from their pain BY SANDRA BOLAN

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Less than a month ago, Stouffville’s Theepika Shanmugapraba lost her three-year battle with cancer. To honour the eight-year-old’s memory and spirit as well as to help other children suffering from bone cancer, a fundraiser takes place July 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Ballantrae Community Centre, 5592 Aurora Rd. All money raised will be donated to the Osteosarcoma Research Fund at SickKids Hospital. “We’re hoping to make a difference in (a) child’s life, that’s what our angel Theepika would have wanted – to help people,” said her mother, Pamini Shanmugapraba. The day-long event includes a barbecue, volleyball, face and nail painting, a photo booth, dunk tank and bouncy castle. An online fundraising campaign has already raised $5,620, which surpassed the goal of $5,000.

Theepika was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma in October 2012. She had a small lump on her right arm that looked like nothing more than a small bruise. Ewings Sarcoma is an aggressive bone cancer most commonly found in 10 to 20-year-olds, but it can afflict someone at any age, according to the Ewings Cancer Foundation of Canada website. It is the second most common form of bone cancer. Ewings Sarcoma occurs in one out of every 500,000 people under the age of 19, according to the foundation’s website. There is no known cause and it can be misdiagnosed because its symptoms can be mistaken for growing pains or a sports injury, according to the website. It also spread to her lungs. “It felt like the whole world shattered. We were in denial and kept wondering, why her,” said family members in a video made in Theepika’s honour. “How do you have the heart to tell a five-year-old that she is diag-

nosed with cancer? She wouldn’t even know what that is.” In Dec. 2012, Theepika had her first round of chemotherapy, along with a 13-hour surgery to remove a bone from her right arm.

‘How do you have the heart to tell a five-year-old that she is diagnosed with cancer?’ Part of Theepika’s treatment also included a high dose of chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant at the same time, forcing the little girl into isolation for 45 days. In the summer of 2013, the tumour was gone and Theepika slowly got to do what all children her age did – go to school and play. But it was short-lived. A year later, Theepika suffered a relapse and the tumour had spread. It even survived the bone marrow transplant, according to the family video.

This past March, before her final relapse, Theepika took part in the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation’s Inside Ride, which supports children with cancer and their families. Her team – The Spinning Wizards – were the top fundraisers with $3,840. In May, Million Dollar Smiles surprised Theepika with a back yard playground. In June, the family found out Theepika’s cancer had spread to her head. The doctors said there was nothing more they could do but her family stayed positive and hoped for a miracle, according to the video. Theepika died in the early morning hours of June 25, while in her parents’ arms. Just weeks later, her family, which includes father Shanmugapraba Parameshwaran, 42, and siblings Narmada, 10, and Haresh Shanmugapraba, 7, remain devastated and in denial, according to her mother. For more information, go to www.facebook.com/pages/ In-Memory-of-Our-Angel-Theepika/822746547832313


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Spirit welcomes Markham back on its OJHL schedule BY MICHAEL HAYAKAWA

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The Stouffville Spirit will maintain a tradition they hope to build on when the puck is dropped to start the 2015-16 Ontario Junior Hockey League regular season, by playing the majority of their home games on Saturdays at the Stouffville Arena. With the league unveiling its regular season schedule last Thursday and citing each team will play a 54-game schedule, the Spirit have 17 Saturday home tilts along with four on Thursday, three on holiday Mondays and one Sunday matinee contest. Playing in a revised North Division that includes the newly relocated Markham Royals (nee Hamilton Red Wings), Newmarket Hurricanes, Aurora Tigers, Lindsay Muskies and Pickering Panthers, the Spirit are scheduled to open their regular season against the Toronto Junior Canadians on Labour Day at the Stouffville Arena at 2:30 p.m. The Spirit’s first road game will be against Markham at Markham Centennial Arena Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. The Spirit’s first home Saturday contest will be against the Milton IceHawks Sept. 12 at 7:30 p.m. The other holiday Monday contests are scheduled to be against the Newmarket Hurricanes on Thanksgiving (Oct. 12) and Family Day (Feb. 15). Both games have 2:30 p.m. starts.

Saturday’s all right again The lone Sunday home date is against the Orangeville Flyers Feb. 7 at 2:30 p.m. The Spirit will also take part in the league’s annual Governors’ Showcase, which is being hosted by the Buffalo Junior Sabres at the HarborCenter Sept. 22 to 24. During that event, the Spirit will play the Georgetown Raiders Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. and St. Michael’s Buzzers Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. The league also announced each club will play a second set of newly created Conference Showcase Weekend games in January The Spirit are slated to play the Whitby Fury Jan. 16 and Kingston Voyageurs Jan. 17 at a site yet to be determined.

Kenny Burrows, Spirit co-owner and general manager, had no qualms with the hand the schedule maker dealt his club. It’s, in fact, a lot better than last season when his club was put through the grinder during the early going of the schedule in playing several three games in as many days scenarios.

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LAbour day opener “We definitely had a tough start to our schedule last year. But this year, I’m happy. Sure, there are some three in three (games to play in as many days). But that’s junior hockey,” he said. What also pleases Burrows is the league’s initiative to create a second showcase event in January, which also counts toward the league standings. As for seeing a Markham team return to the league and having them in their same division, Burrows is also glad to see them back — especially since it is expected to renew an old rivalry. And hopefully entice a few more spectators into the stands. “I’m happy Markham has a team. I hope they can make it work. We were all for Stu (Hyman, Royals’ owner) bringing a team to Markham, since he had some issues in Hamilton,” Burrows said of the new Royals team. “You need local rivals. I think our team lost one without Markham being in our league and division. When Joe Cornacchia (former Markham Waxers’ general manager and coach) and Jeff (Perrin, current Spirit head coach) were in Markham, we had some good games and we had lots of people in the stands.” The league schedule is comprised of 594 games, featuring 22 teams with inter-conference play continuing after being introduced in 2013-14. The league also announced the annual Central Canada Cup All-Star Challenge (now Eastern Canada Cup including the Maritime Hockey League) will be hosted by the Central Canadian Hockey League’s Cornwall Colts from Nov. 16 to 18. The 2015 World Junior A Challenge will be played in Cobourg and Whitby from Dec. 14 to 20.

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series for young children and dedicated a lot of time to research on childhood development, Gail said. In 1969, the couple moved to Kleinburg, where they started a family. Wilson was the proud father of two boys, Jeff and Brent. It was through coaching his sons’ T-ball teams that Wilson first became involved in the community. From there, he joined the legion of volunteers who help out with the annual Binder Twine Festival, starting out in the booth selling the infamous Kleinburgers, french fries and onion rings. He quickly became a key member of the organizing committee, on which he served for 20 years including two as chairperson. “He played a huge role on the Friday night setting up. During the day, he was the go-to person on the Saturday (and) on Sunday cleanup, he was always there,” said longtime friend Bob Klein. “He was just the go-to guy.” Wilson was also a founding member of the Kleinburg Old Boys, a local volunteer group that established and runs a small museum at Klein House dedicated to preserving the village’s history. “He just liked to know what was going on (in the community) and he didn’t like when things weren’t handled properly so he liked to be in there, getting it done,” Gail said. “He was a get-itdone person.” Though he had no formal computer training, many people knew Wilson as the man to call if your machine was acting up.

Wearing a Kleinburg Binder Twine Festival button, Hilton Wilson could always be found setting up the community festival, cleaning up or generally getting things done. Whether it was gardening, sports, a community event or his family, he was a ‘go-to’ and ‘get it done’ guy.

Hilton Wilson passed away in March at age 73 after making a ‘huge mark’ on Kleinburg. “If anyone had a computer problem and they’d call Hilton and he’d go and, usually, could solve it,” Gail said. “He loved solving problems.” He was never one who sought the limelight. “His friend Ron (Pearson) said recently that Hilton did so many things for Binder Twine that they didn’t realize because he just did those things,” Gail recalled. “He never really wanted to stand out. He just quietly did things.” Along with his passion for Kleinburg, Wilson loved sports – especially baseball, basketball and golf. He had Blue Jays season tickets for many years. And after retiring in 1997 as principal at Bloorlea Middle School, Wilson took up his golf clubs with gusto.

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respected and an inspiration to her peers, Mrs. McCluskey was a tireless volunteer, quick to deflect the praise heaped on her.”

He also took charge of organizing regular golf games for the Kleinburg Old Boys, Klein said. Wilson was fond of gardening, too, tending his massive vegetable garden. His tomato and wave petunia plants were sold at the Kleinburg Old Boys annual fundraising plant sale in May. Wilson was also a devoted grandfather to his four granddaughters – Madison, Avery, Sofie and Ellie. Last summer, Wilson was diagnosed with leukemia, but it went

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into remission and he was released from hospital, Gail said. A short time later, he developed a rare form of blood cancer called hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). Wilson died at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto March 25 at age 73. “If you were a friend of Hilton’s, you were a friend for life. He was that type of guy, ” Klein said. “I still have a hard time believing he’s gone. He left a huge mark on Kleinburg.”

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KIRKLAND, Ruth December 20, 1928 - July 9, 2015 Passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer. She is predeceased by her husband Donald (1995). Ruth will be missed by her loving sons Stephen (Diana) and Jeff (Terry) and granddaughter Theresa. Dearly beloved sister of William (Bill) Stephenson (Gwen) and their children Tom and Debbie. Ruth was a member of the UCW at Wexford Heights United Church in Scarborough for over 50 years, and was an active volunteer in the community of Unionville since 1967. Visitation will take place Monday, July 20, 2015 from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. with a memorial service on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 11 a.m. at Highland Funeral Home-Markham Chapel, 10 Cachet Woods Court, Markham. In lieu of flowers, donations to Toronto and Western Hospital Foundation UHN, would be greatly appreciated.

CHECKERIS, Peter James Passed away peacefully at Parkview Home on July 9th, 2015 at the age of 83. Beloved husband of Marleen. Loving father of Jennifer (Don McGuire), Melanie (Ron MacNeil) and Sarah (Russell Brown). Proud grandfather of Mitchell, Allistair, Riley and Danika. Adored uncle and great friend to many. Friends will be received at the DIXON-GARLAND FUNERAL HOME, 166 Main Street N. (Markham Road), Markham on Saturday, July 18, 2015 from 11 a.m. until the time of Memorial Service in the Chapel at 12 p.m. Reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to the Alzheimer’s Society.

MACDONALD, Layne Davis It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our cherished son Layne. He will forever be in his parent’s hearts and thoughts (Ronda and Brad). Layne will be sadly missed by his grandparents Kevin and Cheryl Davis as well as Marlene and Murray. Layne is also missed by his Auntie Rachel, Uncle Marty, Cousin Jackson, Uncle Kevin, Aunt Sherry and Cousin Megan. Layne will live in the memories of many many friends and family. Layne is joining his Grandpa Ed in Heaven. A service was held at the Springvale Baptist Church on Tuesday, July 14th, 2015. Condolences can be made at oneillfuneral.ca

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20% CASH CREDIT HURRY IN SALE ENDS JULY 28TH

21 VEHICLES IN STOCK Year

Model

Colour

2015 SILVERADO 1500 CREW 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 CRUZE 2015 ENCLAVE 2015 ENCORE 2015 EQUINOX 2015 EQUINOX 2015 GMC 1500 CREW 2015 GMC 1500 CREW 2015 MALIBU 2015 SIERRA 1500 DBL 2015 SILVERADO 1500 DBL 2015 SONIC 2015 SONIC 2015 TRAVERSE 2015 TRAX 2015 VERANO 2015 VERANO

Black SOLD White Red Brown Black Silver White White Tungsten Silver Red Silver Red SOLD White Black Black Black Black Blue SOLD Black SOLD Black SOLD Iridium SOLD Black Black Black SOLD Ashen Grey Black SOLD White SOLD White White Black

Stock

Cash CREDIT 20% of GM MSRP

FG161465 F7159139 F7150397 F7161997 F7168559 F7171188 F7175384 F7174899 F7177048 F7183839 F7179531 F7182482 F7185140 F7190711 F7185751 F7188775 FJ166965 FB118425 F6138483 F6225935 FG258914 FG267236 FF276461 FZ357647 FZ215791 F4125724 F4127881 FJ287066 FL162184 F4149269 F4156571

$11,556 $4,363 $4,446 $4,446 $4,402 $4,363 $4,363 $4,363 $4,363 $4,363 $5,277 $4,363 $4,446 $4,363 $4,402 $4,402 $11,154 $6,327 $6,425 $5,771 $10,102 $9,660 $6,190 $8,174 $8,153 $4,273 $4,312 $7,351 $5,599 $5,504 $5,304

Sale Price Plus Taxes + Licensing

$47,119 $19,052 $19,384 $19,384 $19,208 $19,052 $19,052 $19,052 $19,052 $19,052 $22,708 $19,052 $19,384 $19,052 $19,208 $19,208 $45,966 $26,958 $27,350 $24,734 $40,953 $39,185 $26,260 $34,346 $33,257 $18,692 $18,848 $30,754 $23,871 $23,616 $22,816

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