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MAPLE RIDGE â€” Katoby Distribution, a local pet products distributor, has conditionally purchased the former Maple Ridge Senior Public School building for warehousing purposes. The deal is contingent on rezoning and an Official Plan amendment to accommodate the change in use â€” recently applied for through the Township of North Dundas. â€œWe were hoping to be in there by July,â€? confirmed company co-owner Conrad Potvin, who operates the business in partnership with his wife, Rachel Potvin. â€œWe really donâ€™t know how long itâ€™s going to take.â€? The Potvins reside in North Dundas but currently operate their seven-year-old business in rented quarters in another former school in Elma. The operation does not involve making or processing pet food, he said. Rather they sell a variety of pet toys, products and prepackaged foods to clients in Toronto, Ottawa and around the country, as well as online. â€œWe have very highend products.â€? Though not yet prepared to name the price being paid for the Maple Ridge school, Potvin said the building suited their needs well and was â€œmore affordable than other options.â€? Some renovations are planned, and the building will also serve as Katoby Distributionâ€™s new headquarters, once ownership is transferred.
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Morewood United sold, bell kept for posterity Precursors to July 1 merger Nelson Zandbergen Record Staff CHESTERVILLE â€” The vintage bell was lowered from the tower at Morewood United Church earlier this month, one of the final acts at the institution as the congregation prepares to form a new â€˜regional churchâ€™ with Chesterville. Local contractor and church member Tony Van Gurp and employee Brent Sheldrick spent the afternoon of June 6 rigging up the old 1,900-lb bell with a silo unloader cable tethered to a hand crank above. Each time Sheldrick cranked one
revolution from his perch high in the loft, the metal alloy bell â€” slightly greenish with age, nonmagnetic and possibly made of bronze â€” came down an inch. More than a century old, it thus made a gentle 30-foot descent into the church foyer, through the original trap door in the ceiling, coming to rest on a pallet. A day earlier, Van Gurp and Sheldrick began by passing lumber up into the cavity steeple, to construct a mounting framework inside the structure. Once connected to the cable, they drew the bell up a bit, to allow the removal of two steel cradle pieces on which the bell Continued on page 3
â€˜Where Ontario beganâ€™ new slogan
C O R N WA L L â€” T h e United Counties of SD&G has officially chosen a slogan for itself: â€˜Where Ontario began.â€™ The tagline, approved by County Council June 17, echoes the â€˜Ontario begins hereâ€™ tagline suggested by Record publisher Robin Morris last year. In a tight vote, council chose between â€˜Where Ontario beginsâ€™ and Where Ontario beganâ€™. See the editorial on page 4.
New Lions president takes the helm New Chesterville Lions President Natasha Hodge accepts the Club gavel from outgoing president Carl Robinson, June 12. See more photos of the executive changeover evening on page 2.
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From left, Morewood United Church members Tony Van Gurp and Arden Carruthers, along with Van Gurpâ€™s employee Brent Sheldrick, help to guide the church bell out the front entrance, June 6. A loader operated by Marionville farmer Brian Burnett pulls the bell forward on the pallet during the extrication.
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A slew of memorabilia for NDDHS 50th reunion
Close to 3,000 pieces of memorabilia, including photographs and a slew of historic newspaper articles will be on display at the North Dundas District High School 50th anniversary reunion, June 28-29. Alumni committee members are shown here perusing old newpapers, including The Record. From left: Wendy Carkner, Cathy Kelly, Jo-Anne McCaslin, North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan and Gina Jaquemet. Over 500 people have pre-registered for the event â€” from as far away as Scotland, England, the U.S., and nine of the provincesâ€” and Duncan encourages anyone thinking of attending to register online now at nddhs50.ca; paper forms are also available at the site for those preferring to pay by cheque. The Friday night cocktail party (June 28) at the school will see a reunion of the Fabulous Edsels, he reported, and a free shuttle bus service will also roll out for the Saturday night (June 29) beef dinner and dance at the Joel Steele Community Centre and Winchester Arena, featuring licensed areas upstairs and downstairs. Zandbergen photo
Chesterville Lions Club, 2013
Jerome AndrĂŠ of Maxville (front, left) Zone Chair, swore in the new Chesterville Lions Club executive last week, including the Clubâ€™s first female president. Proceeding left: Wanda Scott (2nd Vice and Bulletin Editor), Todd Laplante (1st Vice), Natasha Hodge (President), Carl Robinson (Past President and Treasurer), and Sam Hummel (Secretary). Back, from left: Mark McMillan (Visitation Chair), Stuart Pringle (Director), John Edgerton (Membership Director), Tom McMahon (Lion Tamer), Debora Kelly (Director) and Nancy McMahon (Tail Twister). The new, 30-year-old president is the first female in the role since the clubâ€™s founding in 1987. â€œIâ€™m looking forward to bringing a fresh perspective and bring in some younger members,â€? said Hodge, a mother of two. She intends to spearhead a new community appreciation barbecue on Labour Day involving a number of service clubs and institutions. Zandbergen photo
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The Trinity United Church congregation will be absorbed July 1 into the new Christ Church United regional church (to be located in the same Chesterville facility), which means that Trinityâ€™s chapter of United Church Women ceases to exist that day as well. The chapter held its final meeting June 6, with retiring church secretary Roger Cole as honoured guest. He was recognized for his help and assistance to the chapter through the years. Above, front, from left: Ruth Mehner, Beryl Casselman, Betty Lou Cole, Roger Cole, Doris Hitsman, Yvonne Merkley, Rev. Wendy Wright MacKenzie and Shirley Lockes. Middle, from left: Mary Durant, Marlene Droppo, Ann McMillan, Marg Hutt, Betty Hall, Margaret Turner, Isabelle Conley, Marian Finniss, Betty Shay, Lois Lannin, Frieda Coleman, Marion Henderson, and Florence Hoople. Back, from left: Ruth Szini, Rikki Wittenveen, Jean Byers, Bernice MacLeod, Colleen McLaughlin, Margaret Smith and Ruby Miltimore. In the second photo are Doris Hitsman (left) and Yvonne Merkley, among the last of the chapterâ€™s members from the UCWâ€™s founding year, 1962. But they were involved longer than that with a precursor womenâ€™s club, which in turn was preceded by Ladiesâ€™ Aid. â€œWe have to remember those ladies, too,â€? said Merkley of the historical womenâ€™s groups. â€œI would like to thank all the ladies who worked for years and years. Thatâ€™s what kept our UCW so vibrant.â€? Both Hitsman and Merkley said they were ready to join the new Christ Church United UCW once established. Zandbergen photos
Bell Continued from the front each Sunday. The pair also removed the toll hammer that struck the bell from the outside â€” creating the distinctive tolling sound at funerals â€” but left in place the bellâ€™s inside clapper. Longtime church member Bill Smirle, on hand for the extrication, recalled that the separate tolling rope was pulled seven times when a casket was entering or leaving the church. â€œKenny Carruthers and I used to go up every year to grease the bearings on the bell,â€? recalled Smirle. In the early days, the bell was also rung to summon people to the church in times of emergency, he said. Stewart Carruthers, who also stopped by, noted that his grandfather, Hector Carruthers, â€œput the bell up one day after chores on the farm.â€? According to Carruthers, his forebear needed only a single horse, rope and pulley system to get the job done sometime during the construction of the church, which opened in 1926. The bell tower may not have been fully enclosed at the time of the installation, he said, unlike the recent removal that had to occur through a finished building. Lloyd Steven told The Record that his grandfather, Robert Steven, was on the church building committee. The elder Steven had personally sourced and paid for the bell, which was apparently bought secondhand, according to his grandson. â€œMy
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Tony Van Gurp, on the ladder, and Brian Burnett, assisting the bell near the end of its slow journey to the floor. grandfather wanted a bell he could hear down on the farm. There was a bell available in Smiths Falls, but I donâ€™t know if thatâ€™s the bell that showed up [in Morewood].â€? The bell that reappeared on the ground this month bears the inscription: â€œFrom A. Meneely & Son Founders West Troy New York, 1851.â€? Smirle said itâ€™s destined to go into a special cairn to be constructed at Morewood United Cemetery. Church sold The bellâ€™s removal precedes the imminent closing date for the sale of the church property â€” to a reputed events planner from the Ottawa area who plans to use the building as a public gathering place of some sort, according to Smirle. July 1 also marks the start of a new regional church to be based at what is now Trinity United Church in Chesterville,
which will be renamed Christ Church United. In the leadup to the establishment of this merged congregation â€” comprising members from Chesterville and Morewood â€” both institutions have been marking final milestones. Morewood held its final anniversary service on June 9. Trinity United worshipped together as an independent congregation for the last time just this past Sunday, June 16, with Morewood set to do the same this Sun., June 23 (the Trinity site will be vacant to accommodate attendance in Morewood). On Sun., June 30, the MorewoodChesterville pastoral charge â€” also set to become defunct â€” will hold its final joint service in Chesterville. Christ Church United official comes into being with the arrival of July, also corresponding with the retirement of the pastoral chargeâ€™s minister, Rev. Wendy Wright MacKenzie.
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The Road Home
A fitting slogan Kudos to SD&G Counties council for coming up with the new slogan “Where Ontario Began.” Although it did take over one year and several thousands of dollars later to adopt a slogan that was first mentioned in The Record last April as a suggestion put forth by our publisher Robin Morris. Morris’ suggestion was to use “Where Ontario Begins/Where Ontario Began” as the official slogan because it is an appropriate slogan for the area as it reflects not only our rich history, but our geographical location as well. Morris’ reasoning was that if travelling up the river, which is the normal progression, Ontario does begin where Quebec ends. Recognizing both language issues and the need for separate legal systems, the British government realized it must declare two provinces named Upper Canada and Lower Canada. Upper Canada roughly coincides with modern day Ontario and Lower Canada coincides with the political boundaries of Quebec. Technically, Ontario begins as you travel westward which is the normal progression of settlement. Also if travelling up from the New York state, the first place you hit is the City of Cornwall and the United Counties of SD&G. The area is bounded by Quebec and the States. Morris’ other reasoning for the slogan was the historical aspect of the area. The area was first settled around 1785 by veterans of Loyalist regiments that had fought in the American Revolution and had lost their homes in what is now the United States because of their loyalty to the crown. Basically, the Loyalists settled in refugee camps and in 1784 the government had severed 50 acre lots starting at the western end of Upper Canada, around Kingston and then another set at the Bay of Quinte. These townships were known as the Royal townships and were used as the settlement of Loyalist soldiers and their families. This makes it the political beginning of Ontario. It was the first large scale influx of European settlers. It’s where Ontario began. All of this history makes Cornwall and the counties one of Ontario’s oldest settlements and the area can lay claim to many very important events. In what is now South Dundas and South Stormont the major battles for the War of 1812 were fought, the pivotal war that started to define our country. The counties can lay claim to John Strachan who would become the first Anglican Bishop of Upper Canada and of course Ontario’s first premier John Sandfield MacDonald. MacDonald’s final resting place is in St. Andrew’s West. The first Postmaster-General came from Morrisburg, Sir James Morris and the McIntosh apple was discovered here. The Highland settlements of Glengarry, the Loyalists settlements of SD&G, the list goes on. All of these thing started in pokey little SD&G making the area an integral part of Canada’s historical landscape. Lois Ann Baker
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High school memories Carolyn Thompson Goddard Record Contributor Can it really be 50 years since the doors of North Dundas District High School opened? It seems like only yesterday that the youngsters of the area began to hear about how since the Winchester High School had burnt down and the Chesterville High School was in need of major repairs that a new high school for both communities needed to be built. It was near impossible to decide whether Winchester or Chesterville would be the site of this new high school and the decision to locate it midway between the two small towns on Maple Ridge was made. It was with eager anticipation that September 1963 saw the doors to this institution of higher learning open and 50 years later three generations of the Thompson family have donned the cap and gown to graduate from NDDHS! My days at North Dundas were filled with lots of learning, lots of activities and lots of fun. I remember attending “Orientation Day” in June of 1970 as a grade eight student at Chesterville Public. Although I had been to the high school on a number of occasions for drama productions, band concerts and the graduation of
three older brothers, there was a bit of apprehension in my step as I waited at Monroe’s Garage on King Street to get on the school bus that would take me to NDDHS. I still have the very short dress that I wore that day (white background with purple dots on it) and remember vividly going from classroom to classroom, to the full service cafeteria with a variety of foods to choose from for lunch, looking around at all the people eating or outside in the smoking area (yes just outside the doors by the cafeteria there was a smoking area for students to use) and using a vending machine for the first time. The fall of 1970 saw me start grade nine and I remember my home room teacher (Mrs. Karen Graham), where my locker was located and all the opportunities for extracurricular activities that existed. In those days on Tuesdays and Thursdays there were shorter class periods and at the end of the day an activity period of about an hour when clubs could meet, as well as late buses on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For the next five years I joined many different clubs, worked on the high school newspaper, The Dialogue, played in the band and participated in
events such as the Winter Carnival and school dances. I met people from Winchester, Russell, Winchester Springs, Finch, Winchester Township, Mountain Township and learned that no matter what community we called home, we had more things in common than one might imagine. We liked to go to parties, fell in and out of love, enjoyed pizza, french fries, played different sports such as basketball, field hockey or a game of tennis on the tennis courts. We didn’t always behave as we should have, perhaps smoked a cigarette in locations that we weren’t supposed to or perhaps our class attendance wasn’t perfect but for the most part we went to school, worked as hard as we could and had as much fun as possible. In a couple of weeks there will be the 50th Anniversary Reunion at NDDHS. A group of volunteers have spent countless hours making arrangements to ensure that those who attend the event will be able to take a walk down memory lane while enjoying reminiscing with former classmates and friends. There is little doubt in my mind that this will be a successful event and an opportunity to reconnect and remember those days when we were young.
Signs of summer One sure sign that summer has arrived can be seen right at our own waterfront. A North Dundas worker flushes the fire hydrants to get ready for the summer season. With the river now free of ice and other obstacles, water can rush freely through the dam. Below, volunteers get ready to put the fountain back into the South Nation River at the Chesterville waterfront.
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Evans Milk Transport marks 60 years LoisAnn Baker and Nelson Zandbergen Record Staff NEWINGTON â€” An Eastern Ontario company with deep roots in the milkhauling industry is celebrating a milestone this year. Though it sold off its milk trucking business in 2008, Evans Milk Transport in Newington is now in its 60th year of operations under that banner â€” as a school bus and general trucking firm. Much has changed since current owner Rory Evansâ€™s father first started the business in the era prior to dairy supply management. In 1953, Albert Evans got the concern rolling with ice trucks delivering ice to Cornwall. Around 1955, he bought a can-milk truck, shortly thereafter growing to a fleet of eight trucks. They picked up milk from farms contracted with a Kraft plant then located in Newington. The operation purchased its first bulk milk truck in 1963. â€œI was born into this business,â€? says Rory Evans, who started driving in 1975, two years before the business became a limited company under the name Evans Milk Transport Ltd. The firm was soon operating with five singleaxle trucks and picking up 18-million litres of milk from 117 farms. Over the years they managed to buy out a couple of other milk haulers, winding up with the rights to a route bounded by Highway 138 in the east to South Gower in the west. Prior to the then-Milk Marketing Boardâ€™s takeover of milk production and supply in the late 1960s, farmers contracted directly with processors, and small independent cheese factories
dotted the landscape. Evans still recalls the names of these long-defunct concerns in his corner of Eastern Ontario â€” in places like Finch, Berwick, Lunenburg and Heckston. Highly prized by dairy farmers were contracts with the bigger entities like Aultâ€™s or Kraft. â€œKraft was always known to pay pretty good,â€? he recalls. In the early days of the company, when milk was still shipped in 100-lb milk cans, the job of a milk truck driver was very physically demanding. Cans were stacked one atop the other, two high, on a flatbed truck. Evans says his father stacked the full cans onto the truck while standing on the ground, lifting the first row waist-high, then placing the top tier with his arms fully extended above his head. â€œIt was all in the swing,â€? says Evans, who was too young to personally take part. He believes the work contributed to his fatherâ€™s back problems that emerged in the 1980s. The job also involved bringing back the empty, numbered cans to the farms, which had to be placed in proper order for drop-off. They also contained the farmersâ€™ respective orders of cheese and other supplies from Kraft, such as milk filters, he says. Albert Evans was also in the vanguard of encouraging farmers on his route to abandon cans for bulk tanks, and started selling the units. He even paid finder fees when tipped off about new milkhouse projects. â€œMy dad would bring in the tanks from Belleville, and the guys from Kraft would help set them up at the farm,â€? his son says.
In 1990, the company switched to tandem trucks, then tri-axle trucks in 1994. In 2006, they purchased a tractor-trailer and hauled milk to Toronto five nights a week and to Trenton and Belleville on the weekends. They eventually disposed of the milk run in 2008, split between buyers Villeneuve Milk Transport Ltd. and SD&G Milk Transport. With his daughter not interested in carrying on with the milk business, Evans explains that he opted to get out. â€œWe had an opportunity to sell it, so I did,â€? he says. Although he doesnâ€™t miss all the rules and regulations that have cropped up through the years, he does miss talking to the farmers. â€œThe business has changed dramatically over the years,â€? says Evans. â€œFarms have gotten bigger.â€? â€œItâ€™s become big business,â€? he adds, â€œlike a lot of other family-oriented businesses.â€? At the time of the sale five years ago, Evans Milk Transport served 26 farms, but those farms were supplying 22 million litres of milk per year â€” more than the 117 farms of 30 years earlier. The proprietor says he really enjoyed the milk run and drove almost every day. â€œBut itâ€™s a seven days a week, 365 days a year business.â€? In order to be licensed to haul milk, he was required to attend a week-long course. Evans says he was taught to gauge the milk strictly on sight and smell. If there was any doubt to the quality of the milk, a sample was taken and tested by the plant the milk was destined for; if they approved the milk, the driver returned to the farm to pick up the load.
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Such incidents were rare, Evans said, and more than likely coincided with a farmer being away on holidays and relying on relief help not as careful as the owner. â€œNinety-nine per cent of the time we had no problems,â€? he says. He also confirms that milk truck drivers commonly handed out Dubble Bubble chewing gum to children on their routes â€” a practice still fondly remembered by more than one former farm kid. He says he also carried dog treats for the canines encountered along the way. â€œWe are still involved in the agricultural business,â€? Evans also emphasizes. â€œI hauled fertilizer last week, and I haul corn.â€? In 1988, the family founded Evans Bus Lines and now has 10 school buses and 21 vans. Evansâ€™s wife also owns and runs Patsyâ€™s Restaurant inAvonmore. Their daughter and sonin-law will eventually be taking over the bus business when Evans retires, though he is not ready to give up the driverâ€™s seat just yet. â€œI might not retire, I might slow down some and let the kids take over,â€? he says.
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Finch Legion serves up red meat
Award winning writer
Finchâ€ˆ Legionâ€ˆ Poppyâ€ˆ Chairpersonâ€ˆ Sandra MacMillanâ€ˆ presentsâ€ˆ studentâ€ˆ Kathleenâ€ˆ Penner withâ€ˆLegionâ€ˆawardsâ€ˆforâ€ˆherâ€ˆwinningâ€ˆentriesâ€ˆinâ€ˆthe Legionâ€ˆ annualâ€ˆ studentâ€ˆ Essaysâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ Poems competition.â€ˆâ€ˆAtâ€ˆZoneâ€ˆlevelâ€ˆKathleenâ€ˆwonâ€ˆ1stâ€ˆin Poemsâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ 2ndâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ Essays.â€ˆAtâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ Districtâ€ˆ level sheâ€ˆplacedâ€ˆ1stâ€ˆinâ€ˆPoems.
Edâ€ˆ Rutleyâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ Finchâ€ˆ Legionâ€ˆ Presidentâ€ˆ Susanâ€ˆ Rainey shareâ€ˆaâ€ˆlaughâ€ˆoverâ€ˆtheâ€ˆgrillâ€ˆatâ€ˆtheâ€ˆâ€˜Heatherâ€™â€ˆBranchâ€™s annualâ€ˆsteakâ€ˆbarbecue.â€ˆTheâ€ˆeventâ€ˆdrewâ€ˆoverâ€ˆ170â€ˆpeopleâ€ˆtoâ€ˆtheâ€ˆbiggestâ€ˆfundraiserâ€ˆofâ€ˆtheâ€ˆyearâ€ˆforâ€ˆtheâ€ˆBranch, whereâ€ˆtheyâ€ˆalsoâ€ˆenjoyedâ€ˆdrawsâ€ˆandâ€ˆaâ€ˆsilentâ€ˆauction.
C H E S T E RV I L L E â€ˆâ€” Renovationsâ€ˆ overâ€ˆ atâ€ˆ the Chestervilleâ€ˆ arenaâ€ˆ are alreadyâ€ˆ underwayâ€ˆ and Northâ€ˆ Dundasâ€ˆ Facilities Managerâ€ˆ Lesâ€ˆ Johnstonâ€ˆ is hopingâ€ˆitâ€ˆwillâ€ˆallâ€ˆbeâ€ˆdoneâ€ˆby theâ€ˆendâ€ˆofâ€ˆsummer. â€œItâ€™sâ€ˆallâ€ˆgutted.â€ˆTheâ€ˆslabs areâ€ˆ outâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ dasher boardsâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ allâ€ˆ out.â€ˆ Right nowâ€ˆ weâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ waitingâ€ˆ forâ€ˆ the bidsâ€ˆtoâ€ˆcomeâ€ˆbackâ€ˆfromâ€ˆthe generalâ€ˆ contractorsâ€ˆ forâ€ˆ the workâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ doneâ€ˆ atâ€ˆ the arena,â€?â€ˆsaidâ€ˆJohnston. Dependingâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ whatâ€ˆ kind ofâ€ˆnumbersâ€ˆcomeâ€ˆbackâ€ˆfrom theâ€ˆ contractorsâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ depend
onâ€ˆ whatâ€ˆ theyâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ goingâ€ˆ to do.â€ˆ â€œItâ€™sâ€ˆ goingâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ atâ€ˆ least slabâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ dasherâ€ˆ boardsâ€ˆ and maybeâ€ˆ someâ€ˆ otherâ€ˆ things too,â€?â€ˆsaidâ€ˆJohnston.â€ˆ Johnstonâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ confident theâ€ˆ numbersâ€ˆ from contractorsâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ received soonâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ workâ€ˆ will continueâ€ˆshortly. â€œWeâ€ˆ likeâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ generally startâ€ˆ rentingâ€ˆ outâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ iceâ€ˆ the tailâ€ˆendâ€ˆofâ€ˆSeptemberâ€ˆorâ€ˆthe veryâ€ˆ beginningâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ October. Thatâ€™sâ€ˆ whatâ€ˆ weâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ aiming atâ€ˆ barringâ€ˆ anyâ€ˆ major issues,â€?â€ˆsaidâ€ˆJohnston.
Assault on officer
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NORTHâ€ˆSTORMONTâ€ˆAâ€ˆ reportâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ anâ€ˆ unwanted maleâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ Concessionâ€ˆ 5â€ˆ in Northâ€ˆStormontâ€ˆonâ€ˆJuneâ€ˆ16 hasâ€ˆ resultedâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ 46-yearoldâ€ˆ maleâ€ˆ facingâ€ˆ charges. Kennethâ€ˆ Taylorâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ North Stormontâ€ˆ Townshipâ€ˆ was arrestedâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ once transportedâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ Long Saultâ€ˆdetachment,â€ˆtheâ€ˆmale assaultedâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ policeâ€ˆ officer. Heâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ chargedâ€ˆ with assaultâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ appearâ€ˆ in Cornwallâ€ˆcourtâ€ˆonâ€ˆJulâ€ˆ18.
SOUTH DUNDAS On June 15, OPP officers conducted a traffic stop on County Road 16 where it was revealed the 41-year-old male driver was breaching earlier release conditions. He was held in custody pending an appearnace in Cornwall court to answer to two counts of Failure to Comply with Undertaking before Officer in charge.
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TreeFeed.ca of Russell donated this recently planted red maple at C.P.S. in the name of the Grade 2-3 class. From left, teacher Jo-Ann Doxey, Principal Toby Sebalj, firm proprietor Dave Buttivant, and Alissa, Brody and Miranda Buttivant.
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Above, at Chesterville Public Schoolâ€™s May 30 barbecue Scotiabank was recognized for matching the proceeds of the parent councilâ€™s Easter Tea and â€˜acorn cardsâ€™ annual fundraiser â€” $1,362. Students Cameron Cotnam and Kaelyn Barkley hold the cheque. In back, parent council members Karen Edgerton-Barkley (left) and Leslie Cotnam and Principal Toby Sebalj. Zandbergen photos
Ticket Continued from page 16 equipped. He admits he then tapped his knuckle on the near-vertical, thin-looking windshield â€” just beyond the steering wheel â€” and jokingly declared, â€œA seat belt wouldnâ€™t do much anyway.â€? Unimpressed, the young officer began the process of writing him up. Fawcett says he was granted permission to pull off to a parking space just around the corner, so he could shut off the air-cooled engine â€” Chevroletâ€™s early1960â€™s answer to a Volkswagon powerplant â€” rather than risk overheating at idle. When the officer returned, ticket in hand, Fawcett says he explained again that the van never had belts and that he would contest the charge in court. The officerâ€™s reply: â€œEvery time I see you, Iâ€™m going to give you a seatbelt ticket,â€?
according to Fawcett, who now feels in a state of legal limbo whenever he takes the machine on the street. He and his van were back in Chesterville for the June Art on the Waterfront Festival, where the vehicle served as a central prop to promote his publishing and book-binding business. Heâ€™s entered a plea of not guilty on the $240 ticket â€” which also carries two demerit points â€” and still awaits a court date. Although seatbelts began appearing in many models through the 1960s, the federal Motor Vehicle Safety Act allowed cars to be manufactured without seatbelts for the Canadian market up until the end of 1970. â€œThe general requirement for seat belts [in new cars] was effective January 1, 1971,â€? confirmed Ministry of Transportation of Ontario spokesperson Bob Nichols. â€œThat was the first effective date of the first Canada Motor Vehicle safety standards.â€?
Bold, Responsive, Independent And new light and heavy trucks werenâ€™t required to have seatbelts until 18 months later â€” July 1, 1972 â€” according to information supplied by Maryse Durette of Transport Canada, which oversees the federal standards. Ontario imposed the provincial buckle-up law in 1976 but made explicit accommodation for vehicles legally supplied years earlier without seatbelts. That outright exemption still applies in the Highway Traffic Act. â€œAs far as Iâ€™m concerned, I know they havenâ€™t changed the law,â€? says Terry Irish of Smiths Falls, past president of the Antique & Classic Car Club of Canada. Fawcettâ€™s predicament â€œsounds to me like a rare incident,â€? remarks Irish, himself a retired OPP officer. â€œI would advise the guy to plead not guilty, but also to show it [the van] didnâ€™t come with seat belts.â€? â€œIf that was me, I would plead not guilty.â€?
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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
HELP WANTED Help wanted PICKING STRAWBERRIES near Morrisburg. Experience preferred but not essential. Call Bill at Barkleyâ€™s. 613543-0491. 49-3
HELP WANTED Driver, waitresses and bartender. Experience an asset. Apply at Papa Gus Bar & Grill, 160 Queen St., Chesterville. 613-448-1444. 51-4
FOR RENT 3 bedroom apartment. $900.00/month plus utilities. Available immediately. 613448-2806. 42tfc
Civic #1960 County Rd. 25 (Glenn Roy Rd.) From Hwy. 34 at Green Valley travel West on Cty. Rd. 25 approx. 6kms (just West of Glen Roy).
TRACTOR - MACHINERY - GRAIN BINS HOUSEHOLD & FARM-RELATED ANTIQUES & MORE Note: This farm and homestead has been in this family since 1871. Be sure to atttend for there shall be many unlisted surprises within the various outbuildings. Parking on road only. Family will supply wagon ride at patronâ€™s own risk on account of very long laneway. Reason for Auction: Mr. & Mrs. Sova have retired from faming and are relocating to town. Owner & Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident. Terms: Cash or good cheque with proper I.D. Props.: Helen and Doug Sova.
AUCTIONEER PETER ROSS AUCTION SERVICES LTD. Ingleside, On. 613-537-8862 www.theauctionfever.com 48-1 EVENING AUCTION SALE FOR THE MOREwOOD UNITED CHURCH. wEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 26 STARTING AT 4:30 PM
At the Morewood United Church in the village of Morewood. Having closed our church (opened in 1926) we offer the following for sale: 25 - 10â€™ x 10 _â€? church pews; 2 - 8â€™ church pews; 2 - 9â€™church pews; finished oak alter railing, 30â€™ x 3â€™; 3 beautiful alter chairs; Baptism font; choir seats; kneeling bench; plant stands; 4 antique pine tables-10â€™; antique tables; alter podium; Principal organ w/ bench; Lindsay piano w/ bench; Baldwin organ w/ bench; Hohner keyboard; Hymn number holders; good quantity of stackable tables; 25 wooden theater chairs (1, 2 & 3 seaters); high chairs; numerous stacking chairs; 37 old wooden chairs; 3 large Methodist church benches; childrenâ€™s tables and chairs; coat rack; numerous wooden chairs; 2 partitions; framed pictures; photographs; hymn books- large and small; Psalm books; Methodist church picture-sketched by J MacGregor; Morewood church plates and other church plates; bulletin boards; flags, flag poles and holders; Many kitchen items pertaining to a busy church kitchen such as large quantity of dishes, cutlery, salt and peppers, plates, candle holders, tea cups, baskets, trays, fruit dishes, pickle dishes, tablecloths, tea towels, aprons, kettles, pitchers, platters, pots and pans, coffee perks, fancy plates, gravy and serving dishes, juice glasses; many other kitchen items; 2 electric stoves; refrigerator; Kenmore upright freezer; Panasonic 27â€? colour TV; Christmas items; many other assorted items. Terms of Sale â€“ Cash or Cheque with Proper ID Refreshments available. Auctioneers not responsible for accidents.
Auction Services donated by JAMES AND HILL AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Stewart James (613) 445-3269 Carson Hill (613) 821-2946 48-2
WANTED WANTED FOR SCRAP Cars - Trucks - Vans Machinery - Appliances, etc. Call 613-543-9071 50
FOR SALE STRAWBERRIES Old fashioned sweet and flavourful strawberries are back! Pick-your-own and pre-picked strawberries. Open till dusk at Barkleyâ€™s on Robertson Rd., one mile north of Morrisburg, east off Hwy. #31. 613-543-0491 for details. 49-3 MIEL VILLENEUVE HONEY Liquid and cream honey available year round! Gift containers and moulded beeswax candles available. Please call first. 613-9875290. Bring your own fancy jars to be filled as gifts! 07tfc FOR SALE Ritchieâ€™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
FARM FOR SALE Switchgrass bedding for sale. $30.00 per large round bale. 613-361-2411 or 613537-2084. 48 FOR SALE Ag Shield Recon 300 hay dryer. Like new. Phone 613-346-5568. 48-2 CHAROLAIS BULLS FOR SALE Full french and purebred with french influence from porven AI sires. 613-4732636, 613-813-2494. 49
AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE FOR SALE Credit problem? In-house finance is easy. Just apply online & become pre-approved. For clean low mileage vehicles. www.car-o-line.com. Or call Car-o-line Autos @ 1-877820-5598 or 613-448-2488. tfc
SERVICES ED GIBSON TELEPHONE SERVICE Phone wires, computer wires, jacks, miscellaneous telephone equipment installed and repaired. We carry a line of Northern Telecom residential and business telephones for sale. Please call for free technical advice and estimates. 30 years experience. Ed Gibson. 613-774-2860. 48-1
HELP WANTED Full or part-time help wanted on free stall dairy farm. Crysler area. 613-987-5332 or fax 613-987-1085. 49
FOR RENT FOR RENT 2 bedroom apartment. All appliances. All inclusive. In Chesterville. $850 a month. 613-448-2494. 38tfc
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PUBLIC WORKS WATER TRUCK OPERATOR/LABOURER The Township of North Dundas is currently seeking candidates to fill a twelve-week contract for the position of Water Truck Operator/Labourer. We are seeking a motivated individual to drive the water truck and assist with road construction for a twelve-week period. Applicants must possess a valid DZ driverâ€™s licence and a clean driverâ€™s abstract. A full position description, including the skills and knowledge required is available on our website. To apply to become part of our team, please submit your resume and cover letter by Wednesday, June 26, 2013 to Dan Belleau, Director of Public Works Township of North Dundas 636 St. Lawrence St., PO Box 489 Winchester, ON, K0C 2K0 Fax: 613-774-5699 We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Shop Foreman Weagant Farm Supplies Ltd., Winchester location, is currently looking for a qualified individual for the shop foreman position. Agricultural background is required. General working knowledge of farm equipment is very helpful. We are looking for applicants with strong organizational, computer and people skills. Job duties would include: â€˘ Assigning and giving work direction to service technicians; â€˘ Co-ordinating deliveries; â€˘ Work order preparation and customer invoicing; â€˘ May be called upon to cover as service manager in his absence. This is a salaried position. Please submit resumes to:
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COMING EVENTS COMING EVENTS COMING EVENTS MEMORIAL SERVICE Maple Ridge Cemetery Memorial Service at North Dundas High School on Sunday, June 23 at 2:00 p.m. Guest Speaker Rev. Blair Paterson. Frances Wesley at the piano. 48
STRAWBERRY SOCIAL Williamsburg United Church will be holding their Strawberry Social at 3880 County Road 7 (former Elma Public School building) on Saturday, June 22 beginning at 4:30 p.m. Adults $8.00; children under 12, $4.00; preschoolers (under 4) free. Same great food and service! Come and enjoy! 48stf
W.P.S. FAMILY CARNIVAL Winchester Public School Council invites you to a Family Carnival on Wednesday, June 19th from 3:30 - 7:00 p.m. at the school grounds. Join us for air-bouncing, face painting, music, games, Scholastic book fair, gift basket raffle, cotton candy, popcorn, BBQ dinner and more! All-youcan-bounce bracelets available at the carnival for $5.00. Students staying after school must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Carnival runs rain or shine. 48-2
STRAWBERRY SOCIAL St. Andrewâ€™s Presbyterian Church Hall, Mill Street, Chesterville. Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Assorted fresh sandwiches, pickles, veggies and dip, white cake with strawberries and ice cream, coffee or tea. $7.00 per person. (Take-outs available at 11:00 a.m.) Everyone welcome! 49-2
MEMORIAL SERVICE Pauls Hill Cemetery Memorial Service. Sunday, June 23 at at 7:00 p.m. Bring your own chair. If wet the service will be held in the United Church. 48
ANNUAL HILLCREST CEMETERY SERVICE Newington. 2:30 p.m., Sunday, June 30. In event of rain, Newington Wesleyan Church. 49-2
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Bishop Randall Chabot-Stahls of the Holiness Church of Canada (left) â€” who has lived as a missionary in Haiti since 1979 â€” addresed the menâ€™s group June 15 at the Harmony Church Drop-In Centre in Chesterville. Chabot-Stahl witnessed firsthand the devastation of the great earthquake suffered by the impoverished country. Pastor Bruce North (right) hosted the guest speaker at the breakfast event. Zandbergen photo
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Devils receive sports awards MAPLE RIDGE— North Dundas District High School held their annual year-end sports awards ceremony on June 13. The event was an opportunity to honour the many athletes that made up the 2012-13 teams. A special thanks, at the ceremony, went out to all of the community coaches who stepped in during the labour dispute and helped keep the school’s excellent athletic program in full swing. The event also saw a special thank you to teacher/coach Mike Deighton, who will be leaving the school after 10 years. Major awards from the ceremony went to: Jenna Warren, Student Contributing Most; Mackenzie the Johnston, Midget Girl Athlete of the Year; Joey Benoit, Midget Boy Athlete of the Year; Cheyenne Williams and Tori Corkery, co-winners of the Junior Girl Athlete of the Year; Mason Durant, Junior Boy Athlete of the Year;
Sarah Churchill, Senior Girl Athlete of the Year; and Wes and Liam Schmidtke Morrow, co-winners of the Senior Boy Athlete of the Year. Cassandra Thompson won the Karen Moffat Award. Team MVP winners were: Kaylie Fife, Midget Girls Basketball; Tori Corkery, Junior Girls Basketball; Julia Wouters and Sarah Churchill, Senior Girls Basketball; Sjoerd Sterkenburgh, Midget Boys Volleyball; Patrick Jaquemet, Junior Boys Volleyball; Brandon Ouderkirk, Senior Boys Volleyball; Patricia Barlow, Midget Girls Cross-Country; Tori Corkery, Junior Girls Cross-Country; Myranda Ruel, Senior Girls CrossCountry; Spencer Kelly, Midget Boys Cross-Country; Jake Quinton, Junior Boys Cross-Country; Marc Thurler, Senior Boys Cross-Country; Cheyenne Williams and Leeanne Geertsma, Junior Girls Volleyball; Chelsea
Clark, Senior Girls Volleyball; Mason Durant, Junior Boys Basketball; Wes Schmidtke, Senior Boys Basketball; Jenna Warren, Girls Hockey; Bryden VanKessel, Boys Hockey; Sarah Churchill, Curling; Mackenzie Johnston, Midget Badminton; Mitchell Melenhorst and Mason Durant, Junior Badminton; Morrow, Senior Liam Badminton; Sarah Churchill and Erin Elliot, Rugby; Tori Corkery, Junior Girls Soccer; Rebecca Doucette, Senior Girls Soccer; Brad Stitt, Junior Boys Soccer; Liam Morrow, Senior Boys Soccer; Patrick Jaquemet and Matthew Adams, Archery; Cheyenne Williams, Junior Girls Track and Field; Connor Findlay, Junior Boys Track and Field; Cheryl Baldson, Senior Girls Track and Field; Patrick Bueley, Senior Boys Track and Field; and Mitch Kirkwood and Josh Hodgson, Baseball.
UCSL holds Track and Field Championship BROCKVILLE— The newly upstarted Upper Canada Sports League held their first Track and Field Championship on June 13 at Thousand Island Secondary School. The new league was started to promote sport among intermediate schools in Eastern Ontario. Members of North Dundas and Tagwi Intermediate were at the event and had strong showings. Top 10s North Dundas Julia Gibson was 10th in the junior girls 800-metres with a time of 3:08.56 and ninth in the 1500-metres at 6:16.04; North Dundas was seventh in the junior girls 4x100-metres relay; Samantha Benoit was ninth in the junior girls long jump at 3.73-metres and 10th in the
triple jump at 7.45-metres; North Dundas was sixth in the senior girls 4x100-metres relay; Lynette KleinBoonschate was sixth in the senior girls high jump at 1.25metres; Jessi Zandbelt was ninth in the senior girls high jump at 1.20-metres and sixth in the shot put at 9.10-metres; Hein Sterkenburgh was fifth in the junior boys 1500metres; Caleb Jaquemet was fifth in the junior boys long jump at 4.21-metres; Justin Hague was eighth in the junior boys long jump at 4.11metres; Jarrett Williams was ninth in the junior boys triple jump at 8.30-metres and eighth in the shot put at 8.30metres; Baydon Carr was third in the senior boys 100metres at 13.42; and Drew Cotnam was 10th in the senior
boys 400-metres at 1:03.59. Tagwi Dallas MacMillan finished third in the junior girls 200metres with a time of 31.26; Tagwi was fourth in the junior girls 4x100-metres relay; Brooklyn Woodside was fourth in the junior girls high jump with a jump of 1.30metres and fourth in the long jump at 4.13-metres; Carlie Bender was 10th in the junior girls high jump at 1.25-metres and fourth in the shot put at 8.53-metres; Kyara Quan was seventh in the junior girls shot put with a throw of 8.26metres; Jordan Canham was third in the junior boys high jump at 1.40-metres and eighth in the triple jump at 8.50-metres; and Kalin Gates was eighth in the junior boys high jump at 1.30-metres.
White atop Roller Hockey League MORRISBURG— After five weeks of action in the Dundas Men’s Roller Hockey League it is the White team that lead the way in the standings. White is undefeated with a record of 4-0-1. Behind them is the Red team at 3-1-1. Blue and Black are tied for third with 1-4-0 records. Red 7 Blue 6 Blue took a 2-0 lead in the first, but with just a minute to go in the frame, Red cut the lead to 2-1. Blue made it 4-1 in the second, but Red answered with three straight goals and it was all tied at four heading to the third. This time it was Red who scored the early goals in the period with three to begin the third. Blue scored a pair but couldn’t get the
tying goal and Red won 7-6. Justin Elliott led the way for Red with four goals, Tyler Hodgson scored a pair and Connor Hodgson netted the other in the win. As for Blue, Dean Moore and Kyle Sobering both had two; Darrell Moore and Trevor Moroziuk had singles. White 9 Black 7 In the second game of the evening, White jumped ahead with a 3-1 lead in the first period. Black responded in the second with three of their own, while White added one and it was 4-4 with one to go. White’s offense took off in the third with a five-goal period and they took the game 9-7. Leading the way for White was Dave Summers who scored four goals,
Brandon Buma added three and Aron Sherrer had two. Dustin Tinkler had four goals for Black, with Ryan Thompson and Tyler Jones netting the others.
NDDHS Major Award Winners
The North Dundas Devils held their annual year-end awards banquet, June 13, honouring all of their athletes from the various teams in 2012-13. The major awards went to, front, from left: Sarah Churchill, Senior Girl Athlete of the Year; Mackenzie Johnston, Midget Girl Athlete of the Year; Cheyenne Williams and Tori Corkery, co-winners of the Junior Girl Athlete of the Year; Jenna Warren, Student Contributing the Most Award; back: Mason Durant, Junior Boy Athlete of the Year; Wes Schmidtke and Liam Morrow, co-winners of the Senior Boy Athlete of the Year; and Joey Benoit, Midget Boy Athlete of the Year.
Above, the North Dundas Senior Boys Basketball team, Archery team and Connor Findlay, Track and Field, were all honoured for their OFSAA appearances at the NDDHS Athletic Awards on June 13. Front, from left: Findlay, Evan Corbett-White, Cory Vandemheen, Austin Carruthers, Dayton Kelly, Patrick Jaquemet; back: Josh Beach, Matthew Adams, Wes Schmidtke, Liam Morrow and Dan Trumper. Below, each team that NDDHS fielded named an MVP at the Athletic Awards ceremony. Front, from left, Brandon Ouderkirk, Sarah Churchill, Cheyenne Williams, Mitch Melenhorst, Brad Stitt, Jenna Warren, Patricia Barlow; middle: Tori Corkerym Chelsea Clark, Brayden VanKessel, Joey Benoit, Spencer Kelly, Mackenzie Jonhnston, Kaylie Fife, Rebecca Doucette; back: Josh Hodgson, Patrick Bueley, Mitch Kirkwood, Mason Durant, Julia Wouters, Liam Morrow, Marc Thurler, Jake Quinton, Wes Schmidtke, Connor Findlay and Patrick Jaquemet. Matte photos
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ND United teams all earns points CHESTERVILLEâ€” The North Dundas United Soccer Club is celebrating after the past week of results for their teams. Three of the five teams earned wins, while the other two picked up draws. MR6 It was another huge win for the North Dundas MR6 squad who scored six goals for the second week in a row in a 6-1 victory over the Bears in Ottawa. Cameron Hunt-Hedge and Stewart McKelvie each had a pair of goals while Devin Boje and Patrick Gibson added the others. It was the teamâ€™s third straight win to begin the sea-
son. This week, the team returns to Chesterville to host Carleton Place on June 19 at 8:15 p.m. WR4 The North Dundas United WR4 squad made it a clean sweep of the Nepean Hotspurs when they played the back-end of a home-andhome series, on June 13, in Chesterville. Much like the game the week before, North Dundas needed just one goal to get the win. Katrina Loggie provided the offense in this one as North Dundas won 1-0. This week the women will look to make it three in a row when they are
in Ottawa to take on the Ottawa Internationals Untamed on June 20. MR4 Warriors A 3-2 win over the Fusion on June 11 snapped the North Dundas Warriors MR4 teamâ€™s two game losing streak. Tyler Hunt, Ritchie Rae and Kyle Hume all found the net as the Warriors improved to 2-2 on the season. Next week, June 25, the team will be back at the Chesterville Fairgrounds to host AC Fiorentina; kickoff is set for 8 p.m. OT5 The OT5 team earned their first point of the season
on June 14 with a 1-1 draw against the Bears. Tony Wouters found the net for the first goal of the season for North Dundas. This week, June 21, the team is in Aylmer to take on Aylmer Les Cousins. MR3 Sonics The North Dundas Sonics MR3 team had to settle for a draw on June 12 when they faced the Ottawa Royals in Ottawa. Jason Catellier scored the only goal for North Dundas and the game finished 1-1. This week, the Sonics are back in Mountain to host RUSC on June 19; game time is 8 p.m.
Patrick Gibson scored one of the North Dundas MR6 teamâ€™s six goals in their 6-1 win on June 12 over the Bears. The team is now 3-0 on the season. Matte photo
Sens take lead in Sr. BH standings; Rockets comfortable in Jr. WINCHESTERâ€” The standings of the North Dundas Senior Co-Ed Ball Hockey League continue to be close through seven games. This past week, June 11, a win by the Sens pushed them to top spot in the senior division. On the junior side, June 12, the Rockets added another win and now have a three-point lead over second place. Senior Hawks 15 Oilers 2 The evening started out with a big win for the Hawks. They scored seven goals in the first period and then added eight in the second to topple the Oilers 15-2. Scoring for the Hawks were: Jason Buma (5), Travis Marshall (4), Dylan Marshall (2), Travis McInnis (2), Brandon Vanloon and Gavin Lee. Shawn Sims had both goals for the Oilers. Leafs 9 Habs 6 The Habs had a solid first period and led 6-5 heading to the second. However, their sticks went cold in the second and the Leafs scored four unanswered goals to take the
win 8-6. Bryden VanKessel led the way for the Leafs with four goals, Brody Barkley, Braden Findlay, Justin Shay, Chrstiano Vogrig and Noah Benoit had the others. As for the Habs, it was Mitch Melenhorst and Cody Ellis each with two, Kyle Ross and Matt Laflamme scored one. Sens 8 Rockets 6 The Sens took a 3-2 lead in the first period. With 10 minutes to go, in the second, it was tied at six. The Sens scored two in the final ten minutes earning the victory, 86 and top spot in the senior division. Owen Guy had five goals for the Sens, Thomas Fingler, Justin Velthuis and Devin Geerstma had the other three. For the Rockets, it was Mason Durrant with three, Marc Thurler, Patrick Norris and Zacharie Nelson each had one. Junior Leafs 5 Habs 1 The scoring got started in the second period between the Leafs and Habs. The Leafs scored the first five and the Habs only broke the shutout
Blue leads Ladies Ball Hockey standings WINCHESTERâ€” After seven games in the Chesterville/Winchester Ladies Ball Hockey League, Blue find themselves atop the standings with nine points. They proved that they are the team to beat this past week, June 6, with a big win over Yellow, who sit tied for third in the standings with Red at six points. Green, who beat Red this past week, is alone in second with seven points. Blue 8 Yellow 3 Blue took the lead in the first with a pair of goals. They then added three more to begin the second before Yellow answered. Blue added another and led 6-1 after two. Yellow got two in the second but so did Blue, who won 8-3. Geena Rose had the hat
trick for Blue, Stephanie Byvelds added two and Janice Casselman, Taylor Cummins and Angie VanGurp-Welmer scored the others. For Yellow it was Marlee Grady with two and Cinnamon Boulanger netted the other. Green 3 Red 2 The second game was a more tightly contested match. After a scoreless first, Green scored three in the second to grab the lead. Before the period was done, Red cut the lead to 3-1. Then in the third, Red made it 3-2 with 2:58 to go. Unfortunately for them, they could not find the equalizer and Green won 3-2. Kaitlyn Beckstead scored a pair for Green; Sam Naish had the other. Kim Elliott and Jackie Morris scored for Red.
Vaulting at OFSAA Junior pole vaulter Connor Findlay was in Oshawa on June 6 for the OFSAA Track and Field Championships. Findlay qualified for the event by
winning bronze at the East Regionals and followed it up with a tie for seventh place at OFSAA. He registered a jump of 2.95-metres at the competition.
with less than a minute to go and took the loss 5-1. Elyssa McLeod had three and Nicholas Brugmans had two for the Leafs. Brandon Lovely had the only goal for the Habs. Oilers 2 Hawks 1 The Oilers opened the scoring in this one early on a goal by Jacob Zandbelt, but the Hawks answered less than a minute later with a goal by Isaac Verbruggen. Two minutes later, it was the Oilers taking the 2-1 lead and they held on to the end for the 2-1 win. Rockets 7 Sens 5 The final game of the week saw the Rockets remain in top spot with a win over the Sens. The Rockets led 6-1 at the break. The Sens mounted a comeback, but it fell just short as they lost 7-5. Cameron Cotnam and Adam Chouinard had hat tricks for the Rockets and Brennen McCabe added the other. Ethan Guy scored three for the Sens; Justin Dagenais had the other two.
Barkley bashes one
Jamie Barkley delivers for Kyle Weegarâ€™s team in the annual 13th annual Garry Shaver Memorial Tournament for Easter Seals at Riverside Heights, June 15. The event raised $3,219 for local Easter Seals children. The tourney is named after Shaver, who helped organize the first event more than a dozen years ago to benefit the Society. Zandbergen photo
Lowe leads at Ladies Night WILLIAMSBURGâ€” Cheryl Lowe posted the
low gross on June 12 at Cedar Glenâ€™s weekly Ladies Night with a 43. Pat Reaney had the low net with 35. Janet Levere had the low gross for class B with 54. Elise Muir posted the low net with 38. In class C, it
was Sandra Julion with the low gross of 57 and Gerry McEwan with the low net of 42. Jan Hess had the low gross for class D with 62. In course competitions, Barb Barkley was closest to the pin on hole 12 and Lowe was closest on 15.
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No seatbelt to buckle in 1964 vintage vehicle, but driver ticketed anyway Nelson Zandbergen Record Staff CHESTERVILLE — A Dunbar man says a police officer insisted on ticketing him for failing to wear a seatbelt in a 1964 vehicle never equipped with the restraints — despite the long-established exemption granted to the occupants of antique cars and trucks manufactured without seat belts. Joel Fawcett says he was returning from a wedding reception on a Friday night last month, when he came upon a RIDE check about 10:30 p.m. at the Main Street bridge in Chesterville. Fawcett was at
Joel Fawcett says his seatbelt-less 1964 van has been pulled over by police multiple times through decades of ownership by his family — without anyone incurring a seatbelt ticket — until last month in the village. Zandbergen photo
the wheel of the Chevy van that has been in his family for decades. The flat-nosed, baby blue machine — introductory year for GM’s “full-size” van model — doesn’t have seatbelts and never did, asserts the 28year-old, who grew up knowing the vehicle, initially as his grandfather’s ride. The male SD&G OPP officer noticed the driver naturally wasn’t buckled into the van’s single seat and brought the fact to his attention. Fawcett says he replied that the vintage vehicle was not so Continued on page 9
Co-op offers conveniece C H E S T E RV I L L E — Many fresh produce items and local artisanal goods at the Chesterville Farmers’ Market are available for convenient online ordering. Customers pick up their orders at the vendor’s stall on market day (Saturday) or at Connaught Acres north of Chesterville. Now in its second year, the service is offered through the North Dundas Community Co-op — northdundascommunitycoop. weebly.com — which aims to connect consumers with local food producers and artisans. The non-profit entity collects a 10 per cent cut of each sale and also charges consumers and vendors respective $25 and $50 lifetime participation fees.
Strawberry season is here again
10th season well underway
It’s already been a month since the opening of the 10th season of the Chesterville Farmers’ Market. Some of the mainstay vendors, from left: Janet Thompson (Cookies by Janet), Leah Mulligan (Connaught Acres), Thea Marion (Thea’s Country Creations), Erica Steele (Avonmore Berry Farm), Kelsey Daley (North Dundas Community Co-op), Jack Rattanavong (Bhanthai Cuisine) and Cheryl Beasley (Bea Bread). Officially inaugurating the 2013 season on May 18, the Saturday Market is now open until 2 p.m.
At the Chesterville Farmers’ Market this past Sat., June 15, Avonmore Berry Farm’s Erica Steele had the very first of this season’s strawberry crop. In addition to the waterfront market, the berries are available at the County Rd. 15 farm, with pick-your-own anticipated to begin around June 20. Zandbergen photo
Hosted by the Mountain Township & District Lions
CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS South Mountain Fairgrounds
Monday, July 1, 2013 2:00 until Dark
FREE ADMISSION Please join us at the Grand Opening of our new location at 504 St. Lawrence Street, Winchester
OPEN HOUSE Thursday June 20th 2013 1:00 pm s 6:00 pm
Please join us at Sweet Corner Park for BBQ, Refreshments & Entertainment Everyone Welcome! Ribbon Cutting with Mayor Eric Duncan at 4:30 pm Donations will be accepted in support of the WDMH Foundation.
FOR THE KIDS
BBQ CHICKEN DINNER 4 -8 pm
• Air Bounce Rides • Vanderlaand Barnyard Zoo • Juice Jam • Shake-A-Paw Dog Agility Demo
Hosted by St. Daniel’s Knights of Columbus
$12.00 - Advance tickets call 613-989-2367
SERVED IN THE TENT FROM 2-10 PM Alcoholic and regular drinks, chips, freezies, etc.
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