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The Record to include The Villager RUSSELL â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The Russell Villager brand and news gathering effort will be integrated into the pages of The Chesterville Record, beginning with our first issue next month, Aug. 7. Both papers have been part of the same family enterprise since 1984, when the Morris brothers added The Villager to their collection of local publications. Etcetera Publications (Chesterville) Inc. owner Robin Morris says that rising printing and postal costs have compelled the new measure. Record will The continue to be the venerable paper it has always been for almost 120 years. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s set to become several pages thicker, to carry the additional news and sports coverage from the Russell area. And those staff members dedicated to gathering news in that community will continue with that as their primary focus. The same goes for the scribes working on The Recordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more traditional coverage areas. Separate websites for The Villager and The Record will remain in place. But in print, each community will see a little more news from the other in the upcoming combined publication, which will still go by the name of The Record. Our front page, however, will acknowledge the inclusion of The Villagerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Russell news inside. Running news from Russell is really nothing new for The Record, which has had its eye on that community â&#x20AC;&#x201D; to some extent â&#x20AC;&#x201D; since its Continued on page 4

Re-enactment for Battle of Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm bicentennial July 13-14 Lois Ann Baker Record Staff MORRISBURG â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a very rare opportunity to be able to witness an historical event that helped to shape a country, but that is just what the Friends of Crysler â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm Battlefield are gearing up to do this month. This year is the 200th anniversary of the Battle for Crysler â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm, and the Friends group is planning on making it an extra special event. On the weekend of July 13 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 14, over 500 historical re-enactors will converge on the battlefield at Upper Canada Village to take part in re-enactments of one of the most important battles of the War of 1812, an historic local event of national importance that

Re-enactors on field at the Battle of Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm Memorial site, in 2009. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 200th anniversary version promises to be the biggest yet. occurred on Nov. 11, 2013. People from as far away as Ireland and California have registered to be a part of this historical event. The

re-enactors will take part in three reenactment battles, a regency ball and portray an Continued on page 2

Avonmore Fair, July 19-21

Canadian country Shania â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Twinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Donna Huber belts out a Shania Twain tune during North Dundasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Canada Day festivities in South Mountain. More Canada Day photos on page 16.

AVONMORE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; This year â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 153rd annual Avonmore Fair is  July 19, 20 and 21 and as usual features all of the favourite competitions as well as new additions. The fair opens its gates on Friday evening with free gate admission to all. This will introduce the kids to the new inflatable midway with a variety of equipment  for different ages. This  new format for

the midway will provide parents with a very affordable and fun option compared to the traditional rides. The Superstructure Stage has its first performance on Friday evening by hosting â&#x20AC;&#x153;the largest Barn Dance in the Seaway Valleyâ&#x20AC;? with the hugely popular country band Ambush. If the wet weather happens to find us on Fair

weekend, we have guests and performers covered! The Superstructure Stage will keep everyone dry and/or out of the sun! Saturday morning the Baby Show will be followed by Rockin the Arts puppets with their Super-Hero Showdown for the kids. Kids will also delight in having free face painting and balloon tying performed by clowns both Continued on page 3



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Page 2 The Chesterville Record between the battles. Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm soldiers Patrons of the event will Continued from front historically accurate life of the War of 1812 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1815 period. This year, being the bicentennial of the battle, will see not only the many reenactors, but also two tall ships and six long boats. The Friends recently acquired a six pound cannon that will also debut at the event. The event will provide families with an opportunity to experience the attitudes and spirit of the time by taking in the expert presentations, participating in militia musters, learning the rules of period cricket and taking part in English country dancing. A surgeonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tent will be set up to operate on the wounded

hear the piercing battle cries of the First Nations people, the roar of cannons and the sounds of a victory parade. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s one of the most important battles in the War of 1812 in that if the Americans had won in Chateauguay and Crysler, they would have control of the upper lakes by controlling the St. Lawrence River,â&#x20AC;? said Bob Irvine, member of the Friends group, when speaking to the South Dundas council about the re-enactment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For some reason, they spent most of their time down at the Niagara peninsula and were late in coming down the river,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are quite happy that what happened at Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s farm was in our favour, or we would all be

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 saying â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;huhâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; instead of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;ehâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;.â&#x20AC;? The Friends of Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm Battlefield is a registered not-for-profit organization that has been putting on re-enactment battles for 13 years at a cost of over $568,000. They are at an armâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s length from funding that goes into Upper Canada Village, and work in partnership with them. The groupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main focus is to preserve and expand the Battlefield Memorial building at the base of the mound at the Upper Canada Village site. A granite spire commemorating the events of Nov. 11, 1813 tops the mound. The memorial was originally erected by the federal government in 1895 on the actual battle site, but the Seaway project in the 1950s saw the area flooded

Contract awarded for Arena CHESTERVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; After calling a delay in the renovations at the Chesterville arena due to the higher than anticipated bids, re-worked tenders were submitted and Guy Saumure Construction wonthecontract.Workingwith a$715,000budget,thewinning bid came in at $593,400 plus HST. However, due to the high cost of the original â&#x20AC;&#x153;wish listâ&#x20AC;? for the arena, the change rooms had to be cut from the renovations. Meaghan Meerburg, North Dundas Director of Recreation

andCulturesaid they were still hoping to get new change rooms in the future. Meerburg said the slab, boards and bleachers were still in the plan and the expected completion

date is Sept. 22 at which time the arena will be ready for flooding. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are hoping not to affect the upcoming ice season,â&#x20AC;? said Meerburg.

Representing soldiers from Prescott, Daniel Bedard, Alex Demers, Sonni Lowe and Mark Poirier were a part of the Commemoration of the Battle of Hoople Creek event at the Lost Villages Museum on June 30. A military historian from the Royal Military College in Kingston will narrate the action from the battlefield sidelines in place of usual announcer Morris, who conceded itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s likely he will

step down as president of the Friends later this year. For more information on this event and the Friends of Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm Battlefield m u s e u m , v i s i t




Schematic of the renovations at the Chesterville arena. Note the exterior change rooms have been dropped from the project.


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and it was moved to the present site. It was rededicated in 1961 with the Battlefield Memorial building which houses a mural of the peak action of the battle. Government cutbacks led to a reduction in staffing and it was closed for a number of years. Thanks to the Friends group, it was reopened in 1998 and staffed through their efforts in 1999. Robin Morris, longtime President of the Battle of Cryslerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm Battlefield Memorial, said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is going to be the largest War of 1812 bicentennial event in Ontario.â&#x20AC;? He added that Heritage Canada has recognized the coming reenactment as a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;signature eventâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; east of Toronto.


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Avonmore Fair continued from the front days. The official fair opening will also be held inside on the superstructure stage featuring local dignitaries and special guest speaker Sara Little who is the current Ontario Queen of the Furrow. This is in support of the International Plowing Match coming to the area in 2015. The Talent Show has a newly expanded format which will cover youth from 3 years to 20 years of age. The youngest group will be awarded according to gender. The middle age division can compete in a vocal, dance and variety category. The senior group will be going after the biggest prize money

in a single premier compilation. First place is $500, $300 for 2nd and $200 for 3rd place. Entry forms can be found through the Fair website at After the talent show, stick around to listen to the band Country Roads. We all have to be thinking that this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wet weather is for the dogs! The Avonmore Fair will be keeping it that way...unless of course you get too close to the gigantic 27,000 gallon pool of water in front of the grandstand. This is where the Rideau River Dock Dogs aquatic canine competition will be happening. CWA Wrestling will returning after be providing an amazing show last year! The ring will be constructed in the

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Superstructure building late Saturday afternoon and promises to provide live action as entertaining as anything seen in the big leagues, with a huge variety of male and female wrestlers. The music continues on Saturday evening with a true treat to fans of rock and roll. Philadelphia based Low Cut Connie is touring through Canada this summer and as a result of a local family connection, has timed their arrival to coincide with the fair. Local musicians Glen Goodman and Shawn Lorange will provide an acoustic set as special

guest openers. More music on Sunday with Rev and the Choir Boys performing during the ecumenical service on Sunday morning. Professional clown â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stretchâ&#x20AC;? will emcee and perform during a series of physical challenges grouped according to age and gender. These will include nail driving, bale throwing and bobbing for apples. The Shiners will hold the stage for Sunday afternoon with special guest Grace Willison. This show is also in the fully licensed superstructure building. H o m e - c o o k e d breakfasts will again be

with an amazing variety of judged entries, ranging from field crops to school art and baked goods. Keeping with the theme of agriculture, Dupont Pioneer and Charles Wert Ag Products will be a new sponsoring Agricultural Education tent. This will feature a variety of commodity based displays and based agricultural displays including The Travellinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Farmer interactive display. The Roxborough Agricultural Society toils each year to keep the tradition of one of Ontarioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s oldest fairs a true family event.


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Chesterville at 175 Kudos to Winchester for acknowledging its 125th anniversary this summer, by planning for a new historical mural on a downtown building in that community. The milestone number may not be getting as much play as Winchester’s centennial did in 1988, but there’s nothing wrong with taking a modest approach to an anniversary. So here’s a very low-key congratulations — still heartily offered — to the Village of Chesterville, on the occasion of its 175th birthday this year. Just as younger brother Winchester put on an impressive shebang back in ‘88, so too, did Chesterville, when this community marked its 150th. Twenty-five years ago this week, the news accounts reported 10 days of celebrations for Chesterville’s sesquicentennial — a Nestlé Day and an appearance by the RCMP Musical Ride among the many festivities. Nestlé may have gone, but the Musical Ride has returned at least twice to Chesterville in the intervening years (including this year). And Chesterville still knows how to draw a crowd with its annual fair and new successful events like Art on the Waterfront. So here’s a happy 175th birthday to Chesterville from Chesterville’s almost-120-yearold community newspaper.

The Class of 2013 at St. Mary’s The Grade 6 class at St. Mary School in Chesterville graduated in a ceremony held just across the street at St. Mary of the Presentation Roman Catholic Church on June 20. The graduates pose at the church entrance. Front, from left: Nathan Harns, Liam Veinotte, Jacob Zandbelt, Axel Ravera, Christopher Tovell, Kameron Butten, Abraham Thodakee Avitia, Jacob Poirier-Hanniman, Joey Hannaford, Nolan Brown, Nicholas Brugmans, Rylan Baker and Jason Schell. Back, from left: Allison MacIntyre, Ashlee Ferland, Chelsea Cooper, Kayla MacGregor, Meagan Scheepers, Beth Sweeney, Abbie Scheepers, Mikayla Verspeek, Mya Woods, Kaitlyn Minish, Olivia Esnard, Klarissa McMillan and Mackenzie St-Marseille. Zandbergen photo

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Integration Continued from the front founding in 1894. And there’s all the more reason to pay attention to Russell with a substantial number of high schoolers from Chesterville opting to pursue their secondary education in the other community these days. For the younger Villager, this will be just the latest evolution in a shorter timespan. It was a monthly newspaper when acquired 30 years ago,

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Rothwell-Osnabruck High School graduates

Students from Rothwell-Osnabruck High School celebrated their graduation on June 27. Front from left: Mackenzie McRae, Lindsay Childerhose, Sarah Archambault, Holly Marsolais-McLaughlin, Jack Sliter, Evan Childerhose. Second row, from left: Rebecca Hardiment, Sarra Lalonde, Quinlan Seguin-Tremblay, Chris Pechie, Sydney Morgan, Lauren Alguire, Alyson Waldroff, Melissa Russell, Katie Lydiatt, April Menard, Sarah Thomas. Third row, from left: Jenna Blais, Jackson Brochert, Linda Jeeves, Jocelin McPhail, Tegan Tate, Emily Graham, Brooke Winkenweder, Cassidy Legue, Hope Markell, Tori Bergeron, Courtney Wert, Tess McDonald, Sarah Givogue, Kaitlyn Brownlee, Chelsea Lalonde. Back, from left: Braxton Duggan, Brandon Cryderman, Jake Casselman, Brandon Flegg, Alec Cooper, Dylan Carello, Matthew Bryan, Nicolas Smith, Devon Webb, Dylan Rourke, Travis DeJong, Luke Roach.

Rothwell-Osnabruck Grade 8 graduates Rothwell-Osnabruck Grade 8 students held their graduation ceremony on June 25. Moving on to high school next year are: front from left Paige Dawson, Chloe Zummach, Jessica Wilson, Sarah Lawrence, Madeline Papineau, Cailan Davies, Allison Papineau, Jessica Brochert, Jessica Summers, Krissy Decker, Porscha Schipilow. Middle from left: Susan Rutters (Principal), Sommer Fontaine (Teacher), Tyson Marsolais, Cameron Seguin, Matthew Scott, Kaitlin Gallagher, Jessica Wittman-Pesant, Kristy Pidgeon, Emily Gowsell, Stacy Leishman, Spencer Grainger, Jacob Markell, Thomas Catto, Andree Markell (Teacher). Back from left: Zach Murphy, Ty Fetterly, Nolan Thompson, Mackenzie McDonald, Tyson Bergeron, Dallas Antoine-McNicol, Wade Delgreco, Keylan Collis, Jacob Shepherd, Matthew McWhirter, Cal Zeran. Baker photo

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New E. Ontario grain port planned on St. Lawrence MORRISBURG â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Growth in Eastern Ontarioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s corn output is spurring the development of a new export grain port on the St. Lawrence River. Ontario Grain Terminals proposes to construct the two-bin facility at the site of an existing UTI salt unloading dock on the Township of South Dundas waterfront. The added agricultural purpose is catching some flack from residents living near the long-established port facility, which in the past even received oil shipments for a now-defunct tanker farm on the other side of the street. Though the Lakeshore Drive facility hosts a large hill of salt each winter, the street has evolved into one of the townshipâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tonier rural neighbourhoods but still includes an operating dairy farm as well. Simple economics of supply and demand are driving the latest development. The export market demands grain, but supply of storage and handling space to move

Eastern Ontario product at harvest time is short. Once in operation, the terminal expects to receive wheat, soybeans and corn during their respective harvest periods for export shipment by marine vessel, according to a press release issued by site owner Tom Kenab. Eastern Ontario produces over one million tons of grain annually, spurring seasonal surplus at harvest that must find its way to market. Current storage capacity in the area is insufficient, causing less than ideal market conditions for local farmers at harvest, according to the release. The developers expect the new facility will relieve some of the congestion by providing local farmers and elevator operators with a new market for their grains. Several major marine shippers of grain have expressed interest in loading their ships and this should provide better economics for local grain farmers. Ontario Grain Terminals will be managed by Ben

Currelly â&#x20AC;&#x201D; longtime farmer, grain trader of a dozen years, and CEO of NorAg Resources Inc. of Port Hope. The proposed Morrisburg facility will consist of two 20,000 ton grain bins with the possibility of adding two more bins of the same size in the future if demand is sufficient. The bins are proposed to be located immediately south of Lakeshore Drive on the current UTI dock. The design includes truck unloading and loading, plus a conveyor to the edge of the water for loading ships. The terminal will not have grain drying equipment, according to the developers, who insists the facility is being designed to the highest standard to minimize impact on several residences in close proximity. The truck unloading pit will have dust control systems, according to developers. The aeration fans required to maintain grain quality will also be located on the south side of the grain bins. The project has recently moved to the

permitting stage and construction is expected to begin after the township has issued the required permits. The proposed grain terminal is being designed by Horst Systems Ltd, a Guelph-based builder of grain storage and handling systems for the past 20 years. Earl Horst, Founder of Horst Systems, now resides just down the road from Morrisburg, in Winchester. Horst, who spoke to The AgriNews June 26, said the projectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two â&#x20AC;&#x153;cansâ&#x20AC;? would measure 105 feet wide by just under 100 feet tall. Competition for Port of

Prescott Located 30 km away, Robert Dalley, Port of Prescott general manager, conceded there can be capacity issues at harvest when incoming crops may slow down outgoing grain for export at that facility â&#x20AC;&#x201D; though he added the Port continually strives for improvement in a competitive marketplace. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If we can expand our business, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll do what we can to get better.â&#x20AC;? His firm does business with NorAg, â&#x20AC;&#x153;and we still do,â&#x20AC;? said Dalley. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are no hard feelings here. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I know that Ben [Currelly]

has always wanted to find his own place along the St. Lawrence.â&#x20AC;? Dalley acknowledged hearing from concerned residents of Lakeshore Drive, who have approached him with questions about why all of the grain shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just go to the Port of Prescott. He also said there was no truth to the rumour of a possible strike at the unionized Port later this year, a theory some had raised as the reason behind the Morrisburg project. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I can absolutely say thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s false,â&#x20AC;? he said.



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TagwiIntermediate SchoolGraduation Front from left: Kelsey League, Matthew Lodge, Rebecca MacIntosh, Matthew Mainville, Jared Malcolm, Peter Martel, Jessica McLeod, Devon McMannus Owen Meek, Sebastien Millette, Allie Meldrum; back: Melissa Jamieson, Jessica Kuhn, Maurice Ladouceur, Ryan Lalonde, Lindsay Lamarche, Claudia Landolt, Elizabeth Leclair-Stein, Kaidan Leger and Hunter Legue. Tagwi Intermediate School held their 2013 graduation ceremony on June 25. There were 85 graduates in the 2013 class. Front from left: Brianna Backes, Richard Cantin, Kalista Coleman, Kyanna Ellis-Johnson, James Cooper, Alexis Cornett, Austin Gibbons, Ryan Haley, Mikala Hanson, Makenzi Hartle-Blair, Zoe Hauck, Jordan Hughes, Tristan Jackson; back: Hajar Al-Maliky, Kane Alguire, Brianna Amsing, Mattieu Arsenault, Kristina Beaudette, Alyssa Bender, Madi Birch, Jacob Burgess and Josh Cameron.

Front from left: Aimee Van Loon, Billy-Ray Vivarais, Gillian Wert, Dylan Wheeler, Jacob Wheeler, Lukas Willems, Briana Wolfe, Andrea Zueger; back: Foster Sheahan, Nathan Smeall, Graydon Smith, Cole St. Thomas, Hunter Thompson, Sydney Tinkess and Brandon Travers.

TIS Valedictorians Front from left: Lilly Picard, Ryan Picard, Sabrina Pickup, Johnathon Price, Brooke-Lyn Primeau, Duncan Quenneville, Brandon Robinson, Hannah Robinson, Spencer Rockett, Taylor Rodger, Alexa Schellenberg; back: Jack Mills, Jarrett Mitchell, Josh Moran, Amanda Nagy, Bailey Norman, Trevor Nyenkamp, Kyle Pascua and Michaela Pereira.

Three valedictorians out of the 85 graduating students were selected and are seen here with Principal Trish Brown. From left: Jessica McLeod, Trish Brown, Josh Moran and Taylor Rodger. Matte photo

Rothwell Osnabruck High School award winners Top R-O award winners are Jake Casselman, Governor General’s Medal, Emily Graham, Triple C Award and Jocelin McPhail, Valedictorian. The Governor General’s Medal is given to the student who acheives the highest overall average in Grade 11 and 12. The Triple C award is given to the student who is recognized for exemplary character, co-operation and contribution to school life. These three students received their awards during graduation ceremonies at the high school on Thurs., June 27.

North Stormont’s Grade 6s moving on North Stormont Public School said goodbye to their Grade 6 class during an assembly held on June 25. The students will be moving up to intermediate school in September. Front from left: Shailynne Gauthier, Abby Nyman, Curtis Beattie, Rhiannon Warner, Brynn Welsh, Jenny Metzger, James Paul, Joseph Seguin, Cody Casselman Back from left: Samantha Reid, Joseph Rotheram, Kyle Guichet, Rebecca LeDuc, Dean McManus, Klaska Aubin, Paulina Herfkens, Odin MarfurtBreakenridge, Joshua Price.

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St. Thomas Aquinas Chesterville grads St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary class School valedictorian of 2013 Shaun Crook gave an endearing speech to his fellow classmates held at the school on Wed., June 26. Crook was also the recipient of the STA Student Ambassador Bursary and shared the Russell Township Award with Matthew Spence, as well as the School I n v o l v e m e n t Leadership Bursary.

Included in the 118 graduating class from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School in Russell on June 26, were Chesterville residents front from left, Brittney vanWylick, Jennifer DeJong, Mason Bortolussi, Sean Anderegg, Joshua Horner, Shayna Cacciotti; Middle from left Nicholas Ventrella, Matthew Hunt, Shaun Crook, Devin Simzer, Johan Cornellissen, Riley Zandbelt and back from left, Steven Gaudet, Wyatt Sheppard, Steven Wheeler, Colin Giberson, David Kimmett, Conor Daley PJ Pearson Photos

Methane-to-power in Moose Creek Nelson Zandbergen Record Staff MOOSE CREEK — Four whopping V-20 piston engines are burning methane collected from a rural landfill here and generating 4.2 MW of electricity in the process. At just under $14million, the partnership project between Hydro Ottawa and biogas operating and engineering firm Comcor Environmental Ltd. went online in January, collecting 11 cents per kWh under a 20-year contract with Ontario’s Feed-In Tariff program. Landfill owner Laflèche Environmental Inc. receives a royalty from the operators, whose modulestyle generating station sits within a two-acre fenced-in compound beside a completed landfill mound. Methane is drawn from 71 wells and runs in large pipes to the station, where it is dehumidified and filtered before being consumed by the roaring engines. “We’re only about one quarter of what we could be doing here” in terms of electricity production, said Paul Bulla, Comcor’s vice-

president of operations. single Comcor A employee runs the plant. The company handles methane energy production

at a handful of waste sites in Ontario, he said. That includes a 5.5 MW facility in Missisauga, a 1 MW unit in Niagara, another project

A gas plant to be proud of Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli flips a start switch at the methane generating station at Laflèche Environmental.

that sends the methane directly to a papermill, as well as the City of Ottawa methane power plant at the Trail Road landfill. He said the Moose Creek project represented the first Comcor project tying into the Hydro One grid, as opposed to the lines of other regional utilities, such as Hydro Ottawa. Another first for the firm was the inclusion of a 44,000 volt transformer station, to step the power up to Hydro One’s requirements. Not eschewing this particular gas plant, Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli was on hand for the station’s official opening. “Ontario continues to be a clean energy innovator and Moose Creek Energy demonstrates that gas-toenergy is setting the stage for innovative strategies to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions while strengthening our commitment to clean energy sources,” said the Liberal MPP for West-Nepean MPP during his June 7 foray into the Progressive Conservative riding held by MPP Jim McDonell.

Quite a motor From left, Laflèche Environmental Inc. President Brian King and Comcor Environmental Ltd. VP of operations Paul Bulla, with one of the generating station’s big-horsepower engines. The four units produce power for 2,500 homes.

WDMH Foundation Wants to Engage You WINCHESTER –The Winchester District Memorial Hospital Foundation held its Annual General Meeting at the Old Town Hall on June 26. With about 20 people in attendance, WDMH Foundation Board Chair, Arnold Scheerder shared that the WDMH Foundation has taken the time to put the right people and programs in place from a staff perspective, and moving forward, needs the public’s help in building its complete team. Almost 10 years ago now, the “Renewing the Vision” Campaign came to a close. Its indicator of success was the hundreds of volunteers that were so motivated and determined to help the hospital achieve the redevelopment it needed. Now we have a beautiful hospital that serves the surrounding communities in its district better and with more services than ever before. That simply could not have been done without the help of hundreds of volunteers and thousands of donors. At the WDMH Foundation’s Annual General Meeting, Arnold shared that “charitable foundation needs great staff, but without determined, organized and connected volunteers, advocates and donors, sustainability is out of the question.” He went on to thank everyone in the room for their contributions to the Foundation’s mission and goals throughout the past year. As the Board Chair reported on 2012-13, some of the highlights included a staggering amount of community support through

organized community events (27 events total; and $108, 304 raised), including Dare to Flash a ’tache, whose Co-Chairperson, Tom Clapp was on-hand to share some memories and future goals. Other highlights included the highest increase in new donors to the Foundation (2,145 new donors), the most gifts processed through the Foundation office ever (5,431 gifts processed) and over 40 new members in Lynne’s Club, the monthly giving program named in honour of previous Managing Director, Lynne Wilson (73 Lynne’s Club members total). Also on hand to speak was Lisa Watt, the Registered Clinical Dietician at WDMH, who shared some of her experiences as a member of staff as well as a patient, having given birth twice at the hospital. Lisa took time to thank donors for their many gifts, as fourteen pieces of equipment were purchased with community support last year and Lisa has seen the impact having that equipment can make for both staff and patients alike. After the event, Troy Cross, the WDMH Foundation Executive Director, looked forward, mentioning that the Foundation Board and Staff want to engage and inspire community members from Findlay Creek to Morrisburg and Russell to Ingleside help however they can: volunteering, becoming an advocate, hosting an event, or making a donation all make an impact in our mission of supporting our community hospital, WDMH.

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North Dundas District High School â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Class of 2013 Front: Alexandra Keyzer-Cournoyer (left), Erin Elliott, Kylie Carruthers, Kathryn Johnson, Sarah Holmes, Stephanie Dionne, Trinity Wilson, Melanie Winiger. Second row: Geena Rose (left), Rebecca Annable, Melissa Matthies, Wesley Schmidtke, Roy Schmid, Ryan Casey, Cody Vanasse, Seth Luimes, Mark McRae. Back: Jordan Markwell (left), Mike Brehl, Christopher Sainsbury, Aaron Burns, Michael Ladouceur, Joshua Pyle, Brody Teevens, William Cinnamon.


Valedictorian Geordie Jeakins is congratulated by Principal Debbie Banks prior to the June 26 graduation ceremony at the school.

Above, front: Taryn Kendrick (left), Hannah Harris, Sara Ives, Jenna Warren, Sabina MacIntyre, Ross Ward, Stephanie Walter, Shawn Danis. Second row: Brianna Kazen-Laury (left), Nicholas Howarth, Connor Ormsby, Mason Steele, Geordie Jeakins, Alex Ladouceur, David McCooeye, Danielle Pride. Back: Devin Boje (left), Ryan Embury, Patrick Bueley, Bruce Bufton, Connor Burrell, Justin Wyman, Lisa Scheuner, Sarah Churchill. Photo left, front: Jannah Vanderlaan (left), Lindsay Chambers, Jordyn Faulkner, Pamela Yates, Kasey Liston, Carman Stubbings, Kiley Johnston, Jessica Shirreffs. Second row: Courtney Merkley (left), Brianna Geertsma, Theresa Balsdon, Riley Cronin, Kaytland Burke, Dana Sullivan, Emily Sloan, Sarah Milne, Alix Roberts. Back: Cory Vandemheen (left), Eric Lirette, Vincent Forward, Rylee Keeler, Andrew Findlay, Zachery Morgan, Timothy Ashby, Mitchell Kirkwood.

Photo left, front: Timothy Moat (left), William Thatcher, Derek Lillico, Amanda Prusila, Hannah Morgan, Meagan Lavergne, Czarina Palacio, Kimberley Rystenbil. Second row: Kevin Hummel (left), Alexander Maheux, Anne-Sophie Gutknecht, Samuel Pietersma, Kelsey Ellis, Julia Laflamme, Rebecca Dellepalme. Back: Gary Balsdon (left), Jed Vanderlaan, Adam Quinlan, Chelsea Clark, Travis Barkley, Danielle Bilmer, Lane Kirkwood, Micky Baerg. Zandbergen photos

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NDDHS graduates

Front: Kelsea Desjardins (left), H a n n a h Greenough, Shannon Ball, A m b e r Saddlemire, Jodie Hall, Amber Moke. Back: KleinHope Swormink (left), T r a v i s Vanderveen, Liam Morrow, Joshua Tara Hodgson, DeJong, Cheryl Balsdon.

Medal winners for high marks

Among the medal winners at this year’s North Dundas District High School June 26 ceremony were Anne-Sophie Gutknecht (Gold, Grade 12 Co-op Program), Julia Laflamme (Gold, College Program), Sarah Churchill (Governor General’s Academic Medal for highest average marks and Gold, University Program), Geordie Jenkins, (Silver, University Program), Rebecca Annable ( Silver, College Program), Seth Luimes (Gold, Workplace Program), and Derek Lillico (Silver, Workplace Program.)

North Dundas Intermediate graduates

Front, from left: Jacob Robinson, Drew Cotnam, Kerissa Wardle, Amaneet Gill, Hailey Gibson, Isaac Zollinger, Ryan Merriam. Second row, from left: Brayden Roberts, Walker Baldwin, Mitchell Perkins, Jack Messervey, Cam Reid, Kyle Findlay. Absent: Jacob Baird, Justin Boyd, Mackenzie Pritchard, Rhyce Sherrer, John Van Schyndel.

Front, from left: Nikola Hunter, Laura Williams, Emily Beach, Mikaela Smithson, Bethany Puddy, Jordon Cotton, Christine Idlout, Jessica Harrison, Jessica McMillan, Jamie Quinton. Second row, from left: Myranda Symonds, Mackenzie Beaudry, Lindsay Devries, Amber Barnett, Kaitlyn Irven, Alyssa Cooper, Alexis Henderson, Victoria Gauvreau, Ashley Harper, Christian Vogrig, Mason Hanson. Back, from left: River Johnston, Shawn Dubue, Christian Francis, Jack Van Kessel, Cyrill Jaquemet, Brandon Scheepers, Zander Mark. Zandbergen photos

34th Anniversary Sale

Front, from left: Seb Rutherford, Jeffrey Cane, Elexa Carruthers, Amber Dodds, Lindsay Cummins, Christina Markwell, Sierra Moore. Second row, from left: Cameron Vanasse, Tyler Summers, Evan Thompson, Johnathon Harris, Hunter Hague, Bayden Carr, Bobby Walker. Back, from left: Patrick Norris, Avery Holmes, Zack Nelson. Absent: Corbin Bergeron.

TAX FREE DAYS STOREWIDE Wednesday, July 3 to Tuesday, July 9

Annable’s Jewellery & Gifts Front, from left: Alexis Engwerda, Malerie Paterson, Cassandra Young, Jessa Cinnamon, Caroline Sommerville, Elizabeth Russell, Jade Barnett. Second row, from left: Kalleigh Young, Lynnette Klein Boonschate, Sophie Reoch, Jennifer Workman-Suttle, Chantal Puenter, Mallory Hutchinson, Madison Scheepers, Maddie Henderson, Jessi Zandbelt, Megan Derick. Back, from left: Mark Yull, Logan Billings, Joshua Baron, Aaron Turcotte, Jordan Peterkin, Brett Lannin, Evan Durant, Cole McCooeye, Kyle DeJong. Absent: Jaclyn Crump

• 10 K & 14 K Jewellery • Engagement & Wedding Rings • Watches • Crystal • Stemware • Home Decor • Purses and more JEWELLERY REPAIR Repairs & Batteries excluded from sale Monday-Thursday 9 am-5:30 pm; Friday 9 am-8 pm; Saturday 9 am-5 pm

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Deadline Monday 5 P.M. $ Plus (ST minimum for 2 words. Additional words 3¢ each. AUCTIONS 45 MINUTE TWILIGHT AUCTION SALE THURSDAY, JULY 4 AT 5:30 P.M.

To be held on site at 12551 Glen Becker Rd. (Cty. Rd. 28). Travel north of Morrisburg on Hwy. 31 approx. 7 kms to Glen Becker Rd. (Cty. Rd. 28), turn east, travel approx. 1 km. Watch for signs!


TRACTORS: 2007 28 hp. 4WD. JinMa diesel compact tractor with front end loader, down pressure and only 80 hrs. (very nice), 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Allis Chalmers D-14 gas tractor with Allied front end loader, 52â&#x20AC;? bucket, 3 pth, wide front end, high and low trans, live pto., and original sickle bar mower, J.D. #160 riding lawn mower. Other Items to Include: Ford #930A 3 pth. finishing mower (new belt and blades), 3 pth scraper blade, I.H. cultivator o rubber, cement mixer, Craftsman 11 hp 24â&#x20AC;? walk behind snow blower (like new), older snow blower, qt. of tools, some household effects and more. Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident. Terms: Cash or good cheque with I.D. Props.: Belinda & Man Lok Choi. Reason for Auction: Farm has been sold. NOTE: Plan to attend on time for this auction will definitely not exceed 45 minutes!


WANTED WANTED FOR SCRAP Cars - Trucks - Vans Machinery - Appliances, etc. Call 613-543-9071. 50 WANTED TO RENT Land to grow organic soy, beans, buckwheat, corn etc. Tiled or untiled, big or small fields or will clean up. 613535-2382. 06

FOR SALE MIEL VILLENEUVE HONEY Liquid and cream honey available year round! Gift containers and molded beeswax candles available. Please call first. 613-9875290. Bring your own fancy jars to be filled as gifts! 07tfc FOR SALE Ritchieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 14% Beef Grower Pellets - 40 kg. bag $18.99. Winchester location - Ritchie Feed & Seed, 685 St. Lawrence St. 613-7743538. 30tfc BOOKS FOR SALE For serious readers. Open Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. 4037 County Rd. 7, Elma. 613-448-3787. 7tfc/stf

AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE FOR SALE Credit problem? In-house finance is easy. Just apply online & become pre-approved. For clean low mileage vehicles. Or call Car-o-line Autos @ 1-877820-5598 or 613-448-2488. tfc

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WORK WANTED Have you wanted a mature, educated and experienced mother to care for your own children or seniors? I am available for occasional babysitting or respite. Ann 613-724-1617. 50

FOR RENT 3 bedroom country home, near Berwick. Available July 15. $700.00 per month plus utilities. 613-861-9080. 50

MIXED PARTY Mixed party in honour of Hailey Brown, daughter of Andrew & Eileen Brown of Orillia and Andrew Krol, son of Joe & Joy Krol of Berwick. Saturday, July 6, 2013 from 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. at the Finch Arena Hall, Finch. Music and light lunch. Tickets available at the door. 50 JULY SALE Join us in July, in the Thrift Shop, for a whole month of savings. 50% OFF. July 2-6: ladies pants/jeans. July 9 - 13: shoes, purses, outerwear. July 16 - 13: tops/shirts. July 23 - 27: dresses/skirts. July 30 - Aug: shorts/capris. House of Lazarus, 2245 Simms St., Mountain, ON. Join us on Facebook. 50-1 ARTISANS IN THE PARK The Lost Villages Museum presents the 3rd Annual 2013 Artisans in the Park. Saturday, July 6, 2013. 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Ault Park, Fran Laflamme Dr. Off Cty. Rd. #2, 3 km. east of Long Sault. Admission Free. BBQ & Bake Sale. If rain, event in the Long Sault Arena. For info: Sharon Fraser, 613-534-8534 or Vale Brownell, 613-5372531. 50-1

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Experienced full-time cook required at Sandy Row Golf Club. Bring your resume to 10668 Sandy Row Rd., South Mountain or fax 613989-5795 or call 613-9892588. 50-1 HELP WANTED Summer student to work on farm doing yard cleanup, weed trimming and other jobs. Valid G2 or G licence an asset. 613-543-2312. 50 HELP WANTED Looking for licensed 310T mechanic or advanced for fleet apprentice maintenance in the SD&G area. Experience in hydraulics, heavy equipment, trailers and aerial devices would be a great asset. Please email resume to with phone number and email for return inquiries. Only those selected will be contacted. 50-2 HELP WANTED Driver, waitresses and bartender. Experience an asset. Apply at Papa Gus Bar & Grill, 160 Queen St., Chesterville. 613-448-1444. 51-4

NOTICES CHESTERVILLE LIONS CALENDAR WINNERS FOR MAY & JUNE May 2 - $25.00 - #187 - Dale Hutt. May 4 - $50.00 - #065 - Dini Peters VanDelst. May 5 - $50.00 - #330 Karen Chambers. May 7 - $25.00 - #051 Virginia Patenaude. May 10 - $25.00 - #298 Derek Roe. May 12 - $25.00 - #044 Maryanne Grenkie. May 15 - $25.00 - #156 - C. Graham. May 23 - $100.00 - #079 Bill Fyke. May 24 - $25.00 - #134 Hunter McCaig. May 26 - $25.00 - #290 Heather Toll. May 29 - $25.00 - #362 Marlene Lewis. June 3 - $25.00 - #096 David Byers. June 6 - $25.00 _ #330 Karen Chambers. June 9 - $25.00 - #373 Earle McMillan. June 12 - $100.00 - #394 James Godkin. June 14 - $25.00 - #147 Fran Hodge. June 16 - $25.00 - #169 Bernie Bakker. June 18 - $25.00 - #200 Jack Mackler. June 22 - $25.00 - #308 Melani Blythe. June 24 - $25.00 - #341 Pauline VanKessel. 50

FOR RENT 3 bedroom house north of Chesterville. Available August 1. $800/month plus utilities. References required. 613-448-2095. 51 FOR RENT 2 bedroom apartment. All appliances. All inclusive. In Chesterville. $850 a month. 613-448-2494. 38tfc FOR RENT 3 bedroom apartment. $900.00/month plus utilities. Available immediately. 613448-2806. 42tfc FOR RENT House for rent. 3 bedrooms - Chesterville. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer. Full basement. $1,100.00 includes water and sewer. Call 613-448-2558. 50tfc FOR RENT Duplex for rent in Chesterville. 2 bedroom. Natural gas and hot water heating, A/C. $900.00 plus utilities. Call 613-482-0082. 50tfc

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Back It Up Contest Have you ever backed up a trailer? It takes a special knack. If you think youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got the skills, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dairyfest has a new competition just for you.

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not just for the bragging rights either â&#x20AC;&#x201D; thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s moola! First place carries a cash prize of $500 and a trophy. Second and third will take home $250 and $125 respectively. For more info go to

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COMING EVENTS YARD SALES BUS TOUR Bus tour through the â&#x20AC;&#x153;LANDS OF THE LOST VILLAGESâ&#x20AC;?. Sunday, July 21, 2013. 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. BBQ at 5:00 p.m. $20.00 per person. Tour Guide - Jim Brownell, President. Reservation: Phone - Lost Villages Museum at 613-534-2197 or email - Jim Brownell, 50-1 RIVERCRUISING Learn about rivercruising with Kelly Graves of AMA Waterways. Wednesday, July 17th, 7:00 p.m. McIntosh Inn, Morrisburg. Focus on upcoming Cambodia, Vietnam, Riches of Mekong group. See you there! Please RSVP (613) 5432133 or TICO 1258982. 51-3 TWILIGHT FAMILY NIGHT The Stormont Holstein Club welcomes everyone to our Twilight Family Night at Saziemaz Farm, home of Philippe and Laurence Gutknecht and family, Newington. Thursday, July 18. Dinner at 7:00 p.m. Tickets $25.00 each. Games and free hot dogs for children. Contact Gerry Huybregts 613-987-1048, Monica Kagi 613-984-0539 or Barrie Smith 613-9842017. 51 YE OLDE BARGAIN SHOPPE Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m and 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. A great place to shop for good used items and clothing. Unbelievable prices. St. Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Presbyterian C h u r c h basement, 34 Mill St., Chesterville. All donations greatly appreciated. tfc


YARD SALE Multi-family yard sale. July 6 from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Something for everyone! 9 Armstrong Place, Chesterville. 51 YARD SALE Cliff Goodman is downsizing!! Lots of stuff to sell!! Furniture, housewares, antiques, collectibles, Bradford Exchange plates. If you are just setting up house or moving out on your own this is the sale for you!! Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss it!! Saturday, July 6 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. 13840 Dillabough Road, Chesterville. Take County Road 43 and turn south on County Road 11 look for the signs. 50 YARD SALE Saturday, July 6 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Corner of Albert and Ralph St., Chesterville. Tons of treasures, including a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98 Ducat Sport Touring motorcycle. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out on these deals! 613-448-1984. 50


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WDMH receives accreditation WINCHESTER - The Winchester District Memorial Hospital has received full accreditation with commendation from Accreditation Canada, recognizing WDMHâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s commitment to excellence in quality health care for patients and the communities it serves â&#x20AC;&#x201C; close to home. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We should all be proud of this accomplishment because it means we have exceeded national standards for quality improvement and patient safety,â&#x20AC;? said Cholly Boland, CEO, in a press release. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Only a small amount of Canadian hospitals achieve this.â&#x20AC;? Hospital accreditation through Accreditation Canada is a voluntary exercise that reviews a

health-care organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s care and services. It includes an intensive selfassessment, a survey visit with a team of health care professionals and a comprehensive survey report. Three surveyors spent three days at WDMH from June 3 to 6, interviewing staff, physicians, volunteers, patients and families, board and community members as part of the process. In its report, the survey team commended the WDMH team for the many initiatives it has developed and launched. Comments in the report include: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Throughout the organization, we have met caring and devoted staff who really care about this place. They work hard and take good care of patients.â&#x20AC;?


â&#x20AC;&#x153;You have out-of-thebox, innovative thinking and a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;we can do itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; attitude.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is a feeling of pride and ownership that goes above and beyond â&#x20AC;&#x201C; this is very evident both in the hospital and the community.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has been a privilege to go through this organization â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from boardroom to boiler room. You have that quality vision. Quality is a journey and quality improvement is a culture that you need to embrace. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ok to have work to do.â&#x20AC;? The surveyors also commented on WHDMHâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s strategic vision as part of a Centre for Excellence for Rural Health and

Education, noting â&#x20AC;&#x153;community partners, without exception, spoke positively about their relationship with the organization. It is apparent that the organization continues to have a in the reputation community as a place to receive good patient care.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Accreditation provides an effective measure of our performance and is a valuable learning tool for all of us,â&#x20AC;? said Lisa Little, board chair. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The positive power is in the review and continual improvement that takes place every day at WDMH, The care that is delivered close to home continues to be recognized and we are very proud.â&#x20AC;?




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Mischief SOUTH DUNDAS - On June 26, OPP were called to Cruickshank Construction on County Road 2 in South Dundas where it was discovered a number of their construction vehicles had been damaged. At this time there are no suspects, and the OPP is asking for any information about this crime. Please contact the OPP at 1-888or Crime 310-1122 Stoppers at 613-222-8477.

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Racing infractions Over the holiday weekend, OPP officers charged four drivers with racing infractions on Highway 401 in South Stormont. An eastbound Ford was driving at 155 km/h, an eastbound Subaru was caught going 162 km/h, an eastbound Dodge was clocked going 151 km/h and a westbound Nissan was going 156 km/h. The posted speed limit on the highway is 100km/h. All driver faced racing charges and were dealt with accordingly.

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ND Sonics (MR3) vs. Falcons Rangers. July 3, 8 p.m., Mountain

Warriors give up halftime lead, draw Fiorentina 3-3 Darren Matte Record Sports CHESTERVILLE— It was an interesting matchup on June 25 at the Chesterville Fairgrounds where the North Dundas MR4 Warriors hosted AC Fiorentina. The Warriors looked to be heading to their third win of the season, before AC Fiorentina stormed back in the second half to earn a draw. The Sonics were the only North Dundas team that came away victorious last week. MR4 Warriors Things started well for the Warriors when Chris Wert snuck behind the defense, in a very close play, and walked in alone and buried his shot to make it 1-0. Despite the lead, AC Fiorentina, a much more experienced team, controlled most of the play. Yet North Dundas used their speed to capitalize on chances and limit AC’s opportunities. Minutes after Wert’s first goal, he struck again. This time he let a shot go from the corner

that bent its way in around the keeper and in. Later, the Warriors almost made it 3-0 when a free kick by Warren Nugent hit the cross bar. AC Fiorentina controlled the tempo for the last few minutes, but it was 2-0 for North Dundas at half. The Warriors netted their third of the game in the second half, off the foot of Kyle Hume, but AC mounted a comeback. They scored three goals in the second and stole a point with a 3-3 draw. Next week, July 9, the Warriors hit the pitch in Ottawa against the White Eagles. MR3 Sonics Julian Whittam, Jason Catellier and David Mathers all found the net for the North Dundas Sonics (MR3) in their 3-2 win over the Lynwood Barrhaven Bulls on June 26 in Mountain. The Sonics are right in the middle of a fourgame home stand and will look to make it three-straight wins on July 3, when they host the Falcons Rangers;

kickoff is at 8 p.m. WR4 Lindsy Allen scored the only goal for the WR4 North Dundas squad in their 5-1 loss to West Ottawa on June 27 in Chesterville. The ladies will look to find their form next week, July 11 when they are back in Ottawa to face the Fusion. MR6 The North Dundas MR6 team suffered their first loss of the season on June 26 in Ottawa to the Westboro Wolves. Spencer Corkery scored the lone goal in North Dundas’ 4-1 loss. This week, July 3, the team returns to Chesterville to host the Arnprior Spurs; game time is 8:15 p.m. OT5 The OT5 team suffered a close 2-1 loss on June 28 to the Falcons in Chesterville. Clint Hedge netted the lone marker for North Dundas. This week, North Dundas is in Arnprior to take on the Arsenals.

Blue and Yellow win in Ladies Ball Hockey WINCHESTER— Victories for Blue and Yellow on June 20 in the Chesterville/Winchester Ladies Ball Hockey League resulted in the two teams moving into first (Blue) and second (Yellow) respectively. Blue 4 Red 1 Blue got on the board first with a goal by Taylor Cummins early in the opening period. Before the break, Red responded when Jackie Morris scored off a pass from Theresa Schoones, 1-1 after one.

After that it was all Blue. Angie Van Gurp Helmer gave them the lead midway through the second with an assist to Janice Casselman. Then, with 3:20 to play, Stephanie Byvelds scored to make it 3-1. In the third, Geena Rose added one more for Blue, from Kelly MacGregor, and they took it 4-1. Yellow 2 Green 1 The second game of the evening saw Yellow and Green square off for sole possession of second place. Yellow drew first blood

when Rachel Bekkers scored off a feed from Jessica Winters. It remained 1-0 until the third when Yellow added to their lead. Marlee Grady scored with 4:50 to go making it 2-0 Yellow, off Winters’ second assist of the game. Green attempted another comeback and cut the deficit to just one when Shaelynn McCadden scored with 3:43 to go, with an assist to Kelly-Anne Cameron. However, that was all they could muster and Yellow took the win 2-1.

White and Blue victorious in Dundas Roller Hockey MORRISBURG— The White team continued their strong play on June 20 in the Dundas Men’s Roller Hockey League holding off second place Red in their match up. The win kept White unbeaten this season. In the other match up, Blue notched just their second win of the season over Black. White 7 Red 2 White came out strong and built up a 4-0 lead after the first period. Red made it 4-1 in the second, but White quickly re-established the four-goal lead. The teams

traded goals once more in the period and it was 6-2 heading to the third. White added one more in the third and won 72. Dave Summers had a huge night for White with five goals and Brandon Buma added the other two in the win. Connor Hodgson and Justin Elliott scored in the losing effort for Red. Blue 17 Black 8 The second game was a high scoring one as Blue and Black filled the net early and often. It was all Blue in the first as they led 8-1 after one.

Black found their way back in the game in the second, but still trailed 11-5. Black just could not come back from that first period as Blue added another six in the third and won 17-8. Darrell Moore was on fire for Blue with nine goals, Kyle Sobery added four, Justin Heuff had a pair and Dean Moore and Rick Hall each had one. As for Black, Dustin Tinkler had a hat trick, Ryan Hay two goals, Tyler Jones, Ryan Thompson and Chris Embury all had one.

Chris Wert scores one of his two first-half goals for the North Dundas Warriors, on June 25, against AC Fiorentina at the Chesterville Fairgrounds. Despite Wert’s efforts, and a North Dundas 2-0 lead at half, AC Fiorentina battled back in the second half and salvaged a point with a 3-3 draw. Matte photo

Ingleside’s Cryderman takes Semi-Pro feature on night one of race weekend at CMS CORNWALL – The Cornwall Motor Speedway hosted two events this past weekend beginning with the DIRTcar doubleheader, June 30, with the Super DIRTcar Big Block Series in town with a record-setting 58 modifieds in attendance. In addition, the evening featured a full race program for the other regular divisions. The next night, July 1, the speedway celebrated Canada Day with a DIRTcar tripleheader. June 30 The first evening of racing evening ended well for one local diver. The SemiPro feature was the final race of the evening, as Ingleside’s Derek Cryderman was the leader on the first lap. Cryderman held off several charges to win his first feature of the year over Kevin Fetterly, Bruno Richard, Steve Billings and Steve Kearney. In the main event, Bobby Varin and Matt Billings led the field to the green flag in the Super DIRT Big-Block 100-lap Series event. Billy Dunn jumped to the lead on lap nine as Iroquois’ Luke Whitteker was now in third spot. Dunn had a full stretch lead with 40 laps in the books, but Carey Terrance was on the move up to fourth as the feature got at halfway point. Terrance got to third, behind Dunn and Whitteker with 46 laps to go. Dunn slipped and David Hebert and Terrance went ahead. On lap 88, Terrance was able to get around Hebert and took the lead. He pulled away and went on to win over Hebert, Whitteker, Matt Sheppard and Jimmy Phelps.

In the 20-lap Sportsman Feature, Louie Jackson Jr. led the field to the green as he was the leader for the first seven laps. Joey Ladouceur passed Jackson on lap seven and led the last portion of the race to capture his first Sportsman feature. Jon Mills, Steve Bernier and Mitch Primeau rounded out the top five. Brad Rouse managed to survive several cautions to win the 12-lap Sportsman Novice Feature race in front of Jonathan Ferguson, Billy Cook, Boyd McTavish and Terry Ladouceur. Marc Lalonde led the way in the 20-lap Pro-Stock Feature but was passed by Bruno Cyr. Cyr held on for the win as Ghislain Valade finished second, Rob Yetman in third, George Renaud fourth and Lalonde fifth. Mike Gaucher won the Mini-Stock ahead of Joel Pilon, Justin Desrosiers, Pierre Robidoux and Scott McGill. July 1 Long Sault’s Brian McDonald took the lead of the 100-lap DIRTcar 358Modified Nationals Series race. After a red flag on lap two, McDonald was still in front with Whitteker close behind. Jimmy Phelps, who started on the front row with McDonald, passed him for the lead on lap 21. Whitteker’s charge ended on lap 27 when he pulled into the infield and a caution came out. With just four laps to go, Matt Sheppard was able to get around Phelps, as they worked through lapped traffic, and he held on for the win. Mat Williamson, Jimmy Phelps, Danny Johnson and

Carey Terrance were the top five. McDonald finished seventh. The DIRTcar Sportsman Series had a 50-lap feature event, on the second night, as Brad Rouse was the early leader. The feature race quickly got to lap 40 as the race had picked up a good momentum. Rouse was in the lead with less than five laps to go and ended up leading the final circuits to capture his first DIRTcar Sportsman Series win of 2013 in front of Boyd McTavish, Steve Bernier, Mathieu Desjardins and Chris Herbison. The DIRTcar Pro-Stock was the last feature of the evening. Stephane Lebrun took the lead early. Lebrun pulled away from the field in the first 19 laps, however, Roch Aubin was able to pass Lebrun for the lead on lap 24. While Aubin was the leader, Eamers Corners’ Dave Bissonnette was on the move, and up to third just before caution came out on lap 37. On the green, Aubin kept the lead, but Bissonnette passed Lebrun for second. Bissonnette was the fastest car on the high lane and made the move on Aubin with five laps to go, but went too high in turn two giving back the lead to Aubin. He led the final lap to win the race over Bissonnette and Lebrun. George Renaud and Rob Yetman rounded out the top five. A complete race program will be on hand next week, July 7, as the five divisions will be in action with the Semi-Pro division being highlighted with a 25-lap feature event.

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Leafs win big in Sr. ball hockey; Oilers on heels of Rockets for top spot in Jr. WINCHESTERâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; With graduations happening this past week, numbers were low for the North Dundas Coed Ball Hockey League, specifically in the senior division on June 25. Still, two of three games went ahead as planned with the Leafs and Sens earning wins. In the junior division, June 26, a win by the Oilers kept them on pace with the Rockets and trail the leaders by just two points. Senior Leafs 18 Oilers 4 It was a blowout win for the Leafs in their game against the Sens. The Leafs lit the lamp nine times in the first and led 9-3 at the break. They then equalled the feat in the second to make the final 18-4. Noah Benoit and Braden Findlay led the way with five goals each for the Leafs. Jordan Robinson had four, Bryden VanKessel had a pair and Justin Shay and Brody Barkley each had one. As for the Oilers, it was Shawn Simms and Tyler Cole each with two goals. Habs Rockets Due to not enough participants, this game was not played. Sens 6 Hawks 3 In the final game of the night, it was the Sens and Hawks hitting the floor. The Sens got out to a great start scoring five goals in the first 15 minutes. The Hawks

came back with two in the final eight of the first, but still trailed 5-2 at the break. In the second, each team added one more to their score line and the game finished in a 6-3 Sens win. Owen Guy had a hat trick for the Sens, Devon Geertsma, Justin Velthuis and Thomas Fingler added the other three goals. Travis Marshall had all three tallies for the Hawks. So after nine weeks of action it is the Leafs leading the way with 14 points, the Sens next with 13, Hawks in third with 11, Habs in fourth with 10, Rockets four and Oilers still searching for their first points. Junior Oilers 7 Leafs 4 The junior division kicked off with the Oilers and Leafs in action. The Oilers took a 2-1 lead at the intermission and then took off in the second with six goals to cruise to victory 7-4. Zacharie Gutkneckt scored four goals for the Oilers; Eliakim Gutknecht netted a pair and Jacob Zandbelt the other. The Leafs had a two-goal game by Nicholas Brugmans, Elyssa McLeod and Bradley McLean potted the other two. Rockets 6 Habs 4 The Habs took a 1-0 lead to the intermission, but the bulk of this gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s scoring

Ties keep things close in Girls Ball Hockey League WINCHESTERâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; The last few weeks have been fairly even in the Chesterville/Winchester Girls Ball Hockey League. The June 10 and 17 games resulted in ties, before a power outage cancelled the game on June 24. Purple 2 Pink 2 It was Purple and Pink hooking up on June 10. Purple opened the scoring in the first period when Amy Bekkers scored with 2:40 to go thanks to a feed from Kaitlyn Minish and Tyannah Lee. Pink answered in the second period when Mackenzie Johnston set up Ashley McEwen for the equalizer. Then, with 5:55 to go, Lindsay Cummins scored to give Pink the lead. Just a minute later, Lee found the net for Purple, with an assist to Dayna Bekkers and it was

2-2 after two. Neither team found the go-ahead goal in the third and it ended 2-2. Purple 3 Blue 3 Blue jumped out to a 2-0 lead in their match against Purple, on June 17, thanks to a pair of goals by Jessi Zandbelt. After a scoreless second period, Blue made it 3-0 early in the third on a shot by Dana Dore, assist to Casey Dore. Blue looked to be heading to victory, but Purple began to claw their way back. With 9:59 remaining, Lee scored from Sydney Landry to make it 3-1. With just over five to go Anna Fawcett capitalized on a Laura VanKessel and Myah Bekkers offering getting Purple to within one. Finally, with 2:12 left on the clock, Amy Bekkers scored to tie the game and Purple escaped with a point.

was in the second period. The Rockets quickly took a 2-1 lead, but the Habs tied it up. After trading goals again, the Rockets eventually went on a run and took the win 64. Cameron Cotnam had three goals in the Rocketsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; win, Adam Chouinard, Cole Doornward and Josh Foley had the others. Toby Byrne and Cam Sherrer each had two for the Habs. Sens 8 Hawks 4 After falling behind early in the final game of the night, the Sens took control of their game with the Hawks and never looked back. They closed out the opening period with six goals and led 6-1 at the break. The Hawks won the second period, but their three goals were not enough as the Sens took the win 8-4. Ethan Guy scored five goals for the Sens, Justin Dagenais had two and St. Louis Michael MacIntosh had the single. Justin VanNoppen had two for the Hawks, Joey Hannaford and Bradley Larmour had the others. The Rockets continue to lead the standings with 16 points, but are closely followed by the Oilers with 14. The Leafs are comfortably in third with 11, Hawks fourth with seven, Sens fifth with four and Habs sixth with one.

Golfers raise $9, 000 for WDMH Foundation

Mat Gibbon is about to the WDMH help Foundation raise $9,000, at the Golf Cloverdale Classic on June 28. The money raised will be used to help buy equipment, like 30 new hospital beds throughout the Medical Surgical Complex and Continuing Care Departments. With 95 golfers in attendance, and over 120 guests for dinner, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s comfundraising munity event was a resounding success. Courtesy photo

Bird tops Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Night WILLIAMSBURGâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Even with the gloomy and wet recent weather, a trio of evening events were held this past week at Cedar Glen. Scramble The week kicked off with the Tuesday Night Scramble on June 25. Byron Brunt and Grant McMillan came out on top with the low net of the round at 26. The pair also won numerous skins taking 2 on 12, 3 on 17 and 4 on 18. Other skins winners included: Don and Trevor McMillan, 3 on 10, Derek Whitteker and Lonnie McIntosh 3 on 16, and Kurtis and Rick Barkley 4 on 13. Ladies Night

The following night, June 26, it was the ladies hitting the course. The evening featured a pair of closest to the pin competitions. The first, on hole 6, was won by Ann Cook. Shelia Bush won the second, as she was closest on hole 9. Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Night Finally, Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Night went on June 27 and it was Dave Bird posting the low gross with a 36 ahead of Rick Barkley at 37. Lonnie McIntosh had the low net with 32 and Bruce Whitteker had the second low net of 32.5. In class B, Jeff Whitteker and Harold Chalker led the way with the low grosses of

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