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MOREWOOD â€” The Dare to Flash a â€™Stache campaign is nearing the end of its November run with moustache-growing participants raising over $32,000 to date for the prostate cancer cause. MP Guy Lauzon will join a panel of special judges to determine the best â€™stache during a final campaign shindig this Fri. evening, Nov. 30, at the Morewood RA Centre. The 7-10 p.m. bash â€” featuring music, photo booth, door prizes, refreshments and cash bar â€” will also see individuals and teams recognized for high pledge tallies. Admission is free, but partygoers are encouraged to donate cash or buy an event t-shirt. Proceeds of the Dare to Flash a â€™Stache campaign are split between the District Winchester Memorial Hospital Foundation and an effort by the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation to support the new da Vinci surgical system at the Ottawa Hospital. The system offers greatly improved prostate cancer surgery.
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Santaâ€™s local tour starts this Saturday But St. Nick will be back here for breakfast, Dec. 8 Wonderland
Timmy Hess shovels the first substanial snowfall of the season from The Gathering House sidewalk, Mon. morning. Below, youngsters at Happy Face Nursery School had similar fun in the snow, including Brie Osborne (left) and Oliver Dawson.
Advent service at Lost Villages, this Sun., Dec. 2
LONG SAULT â€” The Lost Villages Historical Society hosts an Advent service â€” â€œOur Journey to Christmasâ€? â€” this Sun., Dec. 2, in the Sandtown Advent Christian Church at the Lost Villages Museum. The annual tradition begins at 2 p.m., with Rev. Harold Kouwenberg and members of the St. Matthewâ€™s Presbyterian Church choir, Ingleside, returning for an afternoon of carols and readings. Seating is reserved, so call Jim Brownell at 613534-2423 to book a spot (leave a message and telephone number), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A freewill offering will be taken and refreshments served in the Forbes Memorial Reading Room, at the museum site.
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Wind, solar Continued from the front The second resolution came about when Councillor Tony Fraser suggested extending the blanket denial to solar projects at the earlier meeting. Unaffected are a pair of 100-acre projects that Canadian Solar is pursuing off Gibeault and Boyne roads, as they already possess contract offers from the Ontario Power Authority and predate this yearâ€™s update to the provinceâ€™s Feed-In Tariff (FIT) program. While leaving project approval authority in the hands of the province, the new FIT â€˜2.0â€™ awards â€œpriority pointsâ€? to developers seeking Ontario Power Authority contracts if they receive resolutions of endorsement from local council. Largely symbolic in nature, North Dundasâ€™s new blanket policy effectively withholds just two out of a potential 17.5 points from wind and solar developers. EDP Renewables, which hopes to build a North Dundas wind farm, would still pursue such a project without those two points, a company official told council in October. Applicants receive relatively more points for a project with either community or aboriginal â€œparticipationâ€? (three points in either case ), according to a document circulated at a neighbouring municipalityâ€™s council meeting. Aboriginal â€œsupportâ€? alone also yields the same number of points (two) as council endorsement. Projects with education or health â€œparticipationâ€? also derive two points, with an additional two points allocated if those particular sectors host the project. Single points are also awarded based on project readiness, time of application and â€œsystem benefit.â€? North Dundasâ€™s official position follows a lobbying effort, earlier this fall, fronted by Crump Road resident Theresa Bergeron. Passage of both resolutions this month
was anticlimactic and occurred with little discussion. The issue was already hashed out at the table when Bergeron led an anti-wind delegation to the Council Chambers in September, followed by a late October presentation by officials with EDP Renewables, which has leased thousands of acres of farmland in North Dundas for a proposed turbine project. The preamble to the Nov. 13 resolution condemns the province for stripping municipal councils of authority over wind power approvals. It asserts that councils â€œacross the province have expressed their frustration and dismay with the lack of local input and decision making to little availâ€? and cites â€œmany potential negative aspectsâ€? of wind projects, including â€œcommunity divisiveness, health, environmental and wildlife concerns, property devaluations, and lack of economic benefits to municipalities â€Śâ€? It goes on to resolve that North Dundas Council will not supply resolutions of support for priority points involving wind power applications under FIT 2.0. And it concludes by saying that council will also write the premier, minister of energy and the Ontario Power Authority â€œto ask the government of Ontario to respect the will of our council by not approving any applications for wind powerâ€? in North Dundas. The resolution passed on Nov. 20 is nearly identical but instead refers to â€œlargeâ€? ground-mounted solar applications. It was not immediately clear if the resolution would also apply to five-acre, half-megawatt solar parks of the type now being promoted in neighbouring North Stormont by SunEdison. Those projects are described as â€œsmallâ€? in company literature, with the term â€œlargeâ€? reserved for projects 10 megawatts and 100 acres in size.
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At the Farmersâ€™ Market Christmas Craft sale, Sat. at the Legion, Chesterville Lions Carl Robinson (left) and John Edgerton presided over the Clubâ€™s ongoing Christmas fundraiser sale of fruitcakes, cookies and draw calendars â€” all a seasonal tradition. Only 400 of the $20 calendars were printed; each contains 132 draw chances through 2013 â€” in sums up to $200 â€” with $5,000 to be disbursed. The Lions are also selling draw tickets for $500 and $100 in Mike Deanâ€™s groceries.
The Chesterville Fire Departmentâ€™s Bruce Casselman sells fundraiser draw tickets to Jane Brugmans. First prize in the Jan. 26 draw is a 60inch TV donated by Rideau Auctions, with an anonymous donor supplying an iPad in second. Zandbergen photos
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Project D escription: Project Description: Pursuant tto o tthe he Act Act a nd Regulation, Regulation, tthe he facility, facility, in in rrespect espect o which the th e P roject is is to to b ee ngaged iin, n, is is considered considered to to b e a Class Class 3 S olar and off which Project be engaged be Solar Pursuant of F acility. IIff a pproved, this this ffacility acility would would h ave a ttotal otal m aximum nameplate nameplate c apacity o 0 MW. MW. The Th e P roject location location iin n the th e T ownship of approved, have maximum capacity off 1 10 Project Township Facility. ap below. below. South Stormont, Stormont, United United Counties Counties o tormont, Dundas Dundas a nd Glengarry, Glengarry, iis s described described iin n the the m South off S Stormont, and map
01. The The Project Project will will consist consist of of up up to to nd H ighway 4 and a The P roject iis s proposed proposed o np rivate lland he iintersection ntersection o ickinson R oad a The Project on private att tthe off D Dickinson Road and Highway 401. components include include d irect c urrent ground-mounted rracking acking structures. structures. O ther project project components 55,000 solar solar photovoltaic photovoltaic p anels on on ffixed, ixed, ground-mounted 55,000 panels Other direct current tep-up ttransformers, ransformers, a n underground underground A stations c onsisting o nverters and and s cabling and and c ombiner b oxes, ten ten 1 M VA inverter inverter stations C combiner boxes, MVA consisting off iinverters step-up an AC cabling construction laydown laydown area, area, access access roads roads and and a transformer transformer substation substation that that emporra collection system, system, a d istribution pole pole line, line, ttemporary ary construction distribution collection etworks IInc. nc. ((HONI) HONI) d istribution lline. ine. facilitates connection connection tto oa ne xisting Hydro Hydro One One N an existing Networks distribution facilitates
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as s ince p repared the the ffollowing Th e P roject T eam h ollowing s upporting documents documents in in order order to to c omply with with the the requirements requirements of of the the Act Act a nd The Project Team has since prepared supporting comply and Regulation: Regulation: â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘
Project Description Description Report Report (updated); (updated); Project Construction Plan Plan Report; Re eport; Construction eport; Design and and Operations Operations R Design Report; Decommissioning Plan Plan Report; Report; Decommissioning Noise Study Study Report; Report; Noise Natural H eritage A ssessment a nd E nvironmental Impact Impact Natural Heritage Assessment and Environmental Study; Study; ody R Water A ssessment a nd W ater B eport; Water Assessment and Water Body Report; Stage 1 Archaeological Archaeological Assessment Assessment Report; Report; Stage nd Stage 2 Archaeological Archaeological Assessment Assessment Report; Report; a Stage and Heritage Assessment. Assessment. Heritage
upporting d ocuments will will b e Written c opies of of the the d raft s Written copies draft supporting documents be m ade a vailable ffor or p ublic inspection inspection s tarting on on made available public starting N ovember 2 6, 2012. 2012. T he d raft d ocuments w ill b ea vailable o n November 26, The draft documents will be available on tthe he p roject w e b s i t e (www.saturnpower.ca/solar/solar( w w w. s a t u r n p o w e r. c a / s o l a r / s o l a r project website d evelopment) a nd written written c opies w ill be be available available a he development) and copies will att tthe ffollowing ollowing llocation: ocation: Ingleside L ibrary Ingleside Library 10 M emorial S quare 10 Memorial Square IIngleside, ngleside, O ntario Ontario P roject C ontacts and and I nformation: Project Contacts Information: earn more more a bout the the project, project, tto o b e added added tto o tthe he p roject's T o llearn To about be project's c ontact list, list, or or to to c ommunicate q uestions or or comments, comments, p lease contact communicate questions please c ontact: contact: J ulia Kossowski Kossowski Julia anager P roject M Project Manager S tantec Consulting Consulting Ltd. Ltd. Stantec 4 9F rederick St St 49 Frederick N N 2H 6 M7 K itchener, O Kitchener, ON N2H 6M7 5 19 5 69 4 338 519 569 4338 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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Elementary strike action possible in Dec. BROCKVILLE â€” While some elementary teachers in Eastern Ontario will be in a strike position as of Dec. 3, the Upper Canada District School Board says it has a little more time before strike action or sanctions affect schools in its jurisdiction. Charlotte Patterson, Superintendent of Human Resources for UCDSB said the board and union officials met with a conciliator during the week of Nov. 20, and the union asked for a â€œNo Board Report.â€? The conciliator will look into the request and provide UCDSB with a letter. A new strike deadline would be set 17 days beyond the receipt of the document, taking the union into a strike-action position around mid-December, according to Patterson. Patterson said she expected the report would be forthcoming and then accepted by the Ministry of Labour, as required for job sanctions to occur. â€œWeâ€™re looking at mid-December when they would begin sanctions, if anyâ€? she said.
â€˜Upper Canada Regionâ€™ brand survives in SD, SS SOUTH STORMONT â€” The â€˜Upper Canada Regionâ€™ wonâ€™t be disappearing as a joint brand for the townships of South Stormont and South Dundas. In February 2008, South Dundas and South Stormont councils received a final report from TD Graham recommending they join together to become the Upper Canada Region. That initiative predated a more recent, United Counties-level branding exercise that delivered little more than a regional word logo based on the letters SDG. â€œNow that the regional SD&G branding exercise has been finalized, we have a better idea of how we want to take our Upper Canada Region brand forward,â€? said Nicole Sullivan, South Dundas economic development officer, told neighbouring South Stormont Council earlier this fall. Both South Stormont and South Dundas have approved moving forward with this shared branding and will be looking into incorporating the brand into signage moving forward. It already appears on some roadside banners.
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Late Bloomers unveil project after the Named design of the quilt they just finished, the Late Quilting Bloomers Club at the Garden Villa sit before their first completed work. left: Edith From Baker, Ina Graafland, Brown, Norine Pauline Vankessel, Joy Fellows, Helen Holmes, and seated in front, Jennifer Shumilak. While it took over three months in preparation work, the two quilters, Baker and Holmes put it all together in about three weeks. Baker photo.
municipalities â€” the Municipal Ontario Partnership Fund â€” have challenged the budgetary process in North Dundas. At this point, the township plans to replace a $63,000 cut in its provincial allocation by drawing down just over $62,000 from a fire department surplus currently held in reserves.
N. Dundas budget Continued from the front cent levy growth presented to council a week earlier, under the preliminary budgetary process now unfolding in public view, months ahead of the traditional schedule.
Councilâ€™s consensus seemed to support the latest numbers but a date has yet to be set for an official vote on the 2013 budget. McGuinty government cuts to an annual support program for rural
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Universality of health care Of all the items in your possession, the most valuable could be your medical history, and that of your active prescriptions, allergies and medical treatments. While technology gurus have written long articles about a future with electronic health records and the advantages to service provision, privacy gurus have written about the threat to privacy and encroachment of big brother and denials of treatments, insurance or jobs. Both are theoretical discussions until you need help, and help is not there because it is not in a usable form, or someone can’t access what you know because you can’t speak. Why are we in this position today? In a society overburdened with health care costs, fraught with concerns over substance exposure, allergies and other maladies, why have we not started the next generation on digital records with the same level of confidence we use for our daily banking? What is efficient about a personal record that is a mass of papers, shuffled in use, and exposed to loss when in transit? Is this an issue of standardized records? Standardization is an interesting perspective here. Standards of care apply, but so do standards for research and tracking treatments and treatment progress. Then there is the ability to track the side effects of medications. Standards of that sort require standardized records. Recent news stories have addressed some serious flaws in the poorly managed information that flows between our creditors and their reporting structures. This is a classic example of a records system seriously flawed because of non-standard data records. What has been done with the billion dollars spent to centralize a health database? Why are we really afraid of our records being stored in a large centralized data centre, accessible by all emergency responders, health practitioners, and medical policy researchers? The advantages to emergency treatment are obvious, but the ancillary benefits to a highly mobile society are not far behind. The effort to find a doctor in a new region would be vastly simplified if medical records were easily portable or accessible through electronic means, with one’s consent. Likewise, regional health units can be supplied with accurate data on the health of their regions, especially school vaccination programs. Parents moving from one region to another are constantly bombarded by requests for this information, just so their kids can go to school. In reality this information is duplicated on paper records from region to region, because no one tells the regional health units when they move away. An individual, instead of having to recall the details of their medications can grant a clinic or emergency ward permission to access their records. Between the pharmacist and emergency doctors, the costs of medication errors can be reduced also. Pamela J. Pearson
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1982 December 1, 1982 A peeved reeve, Carl Ward, has given nothing more than apologies at Monday night’s Chesterville council meeting when he challenged an Ontario Hydro bill that ran to more than double the original estimate. The work done on Main Street, this summer was estimated by Hydro at between $22,000 and $23,000. The final bill was approximately $46,000 before Hydro representative John Compostella intervened to have it reduced by $5,000. Mr. Ward told Mr. Compostella although he thanked him for the interference council was of the opinion the final cost is exceptionally excessive compared to the original estimate. Proposed changes to the farm tax system in Ontario will eliminate property taxes on productive farm land, Agriculture and Food Minister Dennis Timbrell told the annual convention of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture Nov. 23 “Our overall objective in this
project is ultimately to restructure the farm tax system on the most efficient, equitable and progressive basis possible,” Timbrell said.
December 1, 1932 John Eastman of Russell, is in critical condition, suffering from injuries about the head and back, and his son John sustained a severe shaking up when the truck in which they were returning home from Ottawa, skidded on the icy road and crashed down an embankment of the Castor river, breaking the thin ice and plunging into the water.
November 29, 1962 Chesterville nominations followed their usual pattern last Friday night. A few interested persons turned up, 29 in all, to hear the reports, after nominations had been closed. Very few questions were asked, but those that did come out were to the point. Reeve and councillors were in by acclamation. Last Friday night in Community Hall, Chesterville High School staged its final commencement. After fiftyodd years, the school will close next year and become part of the central school on the Ridge. Principal C.A. Graham was chairman for the evening, assisted by members of the teaching staff. A large number of award crests and diplomas were presented before a large and enthusiastic audience.
Delegates from rural Ontario to the first annual United Farmer gatherings, that of the United Farmers’ Co-Operative Company, today heard Miss Agnes MacPhail, M.P., declare she would lay before the annual convention of the main body the case of the newly formed CoOperative Commonwealth Federation. Rising shortly after the meeting had got underway, Miss MacPhail declared her intention of laying the federation’s case before the U.F.C. On Thursday evening and appealing for affiliation of the U.F.C. with the federation, which is engaged in the Federal political field.
Murphy’s law gets MP and mayor cracking The Editor: What do you do when you invite 300 people to breakfast and you don't have any food to serve them? Well I recently had that experience. Our Conservative SD&SG riding association held our annual Fall Breakfast on November 17. We have been doing this for the past 10 years. This year former NHL Stanley Cup hockey coach Jacques Demers, now a Senator, agreed to be our special guest. Our organizing committee worked hard for three months sending out invitations, selling tickets, planning the menu, renting a hall and much more. A lot of work goes into planning an event of this magnitude. On the 17th I arrived at 7:30 a.m. to greet people and to look after any last minute details. The hall was beautifully decorated, with seating for 300; the tables covered with blue and white table cloths. Two serving tables were set up so everyone would get fed quickly. Everything was perfect! At 8:30 a.m. sharp we sang O Canada, said grace and announced
that breakfast would be served momentarily. Except that the caterers weren't ready. There was a huge problem. They had food ready for only approximately 50 people and were grossly understaffed. We ran out of coffee, there was no toast, no milk and not enough eggs. My Executive Assistant, Eric Duncan and I found ourselves cracking and scrambling eggs in the kitchen. My wife Frances, my son Jeff and other volunteers were making and pouring coffee. With a special run to Tim Horton’s and an abundance of patience from our guests, we managed to get through it. In spite of, or maybe because of these challenges, the event turned out to be special. Senator Jacques Demers is such a motivational speaker, most people left the event with a smile on their face. I had asked Jacques to tell us his life story. He told us about growing up with an alcoholic father. Jacques told us about doing poorly in school due to the physical abuse he and his mother suffered almost every night. He told us about losing his
mother at age 15 and his dad dying three years later. He recounted how he went to work delivering Coca Cola at age 16. And of course he told us how in spite of not being able to read and write, he became a very successful Stanley Cup winning coach. Jacques Demers is a class act! Not only is he inspirational, he is a very compassionate man. Realizing how badly the servers and kitchen staff were feeling he asked the crowd to give them a special round of applause for doing such a great job under very trying circumstances. The constituents of SD&SG are also classy folk. I shook every guest's hand as they were leaving, thanked them for attending and apologized for the poor service. Not one guest complained. Most laughed and said they had a great time. We live in a great riding in a great country. Guy Lauzon, MP St. Andrews
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Domestic: woman, 64, charged SOUTHâ€ˆ STORMONTâ€ˆ â€“ Aâ€ˆdomesticâ€ˆincidentâ€ˆonâ€ˆNov. 23â€ˆhadâ€ˆOPPâ€ˆrespondingâ€ˆtoâ€ˆa Countyâ€ˆ Roadâ€ˆ 15â€ˆ residence. Aâ€ˆ maleâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ hisâ€ˆ 64-year-old wifeâ€ˆwereâ€ˆinvolvedâ€ˆinâ€ˆaâ€ˆverbalâ€ˆ altercation,â€ˆ andâ€ˆ the investigationâ€ˆ revealedâ€ˆ the femaleâ€ˆ hadâ€ˆ assaultedâ€ˆ the maleâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ previousâ€ˆ occasion,â€ˆ accordingâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ police. Sheâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ arrestedâ€ˆ and chargedâ€ˆ withâ€ˆ assault.â€ˆ Her scheduledâ€ˆcourtâ€ˆdateâ€ˆisâ€ˆDec. 11.
Domestic: man, 62, charged SOUTHâ€ˆ STORMONTâ€ˆ â€“ Onâ€ˆNov.â€ˆ25,â€ˆareaâ€ˆOPPâ€ˆwere calledâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ Countyâ€ˆ Roadâ€ˆ 2 residenceâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ responseâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ a domesticâ€ˆincident.â€ˆAâ€ˆfemale andâ€ˆherâ€ˆ62-year-oldâ€ˆhusband wereâ€ˆ involvedâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ verbal altercationâ€ˆ thatâ€ˆ resultedâ€ˆ in theâ€ˆmaleâ€ˆdamagingâ€ˆaâ€ˆphone. Heâ€ˆwasâ€ˆarrestedâ€ˆandâ€ˆheldâ€ˆin custodyâ€ˆ pendingâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ court appearanceâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ faceâ€ˆ charges ofâ€ˆ Mischiefâ€ˆ underâ€ˆ $5,000 andâ€ˆCausingâ€ˆaâ€ˆdisturbance.
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SD&Gâ€ˆOPPâ€ˆAuxiliaryâ€ˆ Sergeant Stephenâ€ˆ Sageâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ acceptingâ€ˆ food itemsâ€ˆ forâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ Agapeâ€ˆ Centreâ€ˆ food bankâ€ˆonâ€ˆSat.,â€ˆNov.â€ˆ24â€ˆinâ€ˆfrontâ€ˆofâ€ˆthe Inglesideâ€ˆFoodland.â€ˆTheâ€ˆcampaign wasâ€ˆ partâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ annualâ€ˆ Stuffâ€ˆ a Cruiserâ€ˆ eventâ€ˆ heldâ€ˆ byâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ â€ˆdetachment.â€ˆItâ€ˆalsoâ€ˆincludedâ€ˆstopsâ€ˆatâ€ˆMike Deanâ€™sâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ Winchesterâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ Rileyâ€™s Valu-Martâ€ˆinâ€ˆMorrisburgâ€ˆtoâ€ˆbenefit theâ€ˆDundasâ€ˆCountyâ€ˆFood Bank. Baker photo
Theâ€ˆ passwordâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ viewâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ purchaseâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ photosâ€ˆ isâ€ˆ located onâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ cardâ€ˆ thatâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ givenâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ studentâ€ˆ afterâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ photos wereâ€ˆtaken. Northâ€ˆ Dundasâ€ˆ Districtâ€ˆ Highâ€ˆ Schoolâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ creatingâ€ˆ a floatâ€ˆtoâ€ˆputâ€ˆinâ€ˆWinchesterâ€™sâ€ˆParadeâ€ˆofâ€ˆLightsâ€ˆonâ€ˆSat.,â€ˆDec. 1.â€ˆTheâ€ˆfloatâ€ˆwillâ€ˆbeâ€ˆcelebratingâ€ˆtheâ€ˆ50â€ˆyearsâ€ˆofâ€ˆexcellence throughâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ manyâ€ˆ yearsâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ NDDHSâ€ˆ studentâ€ˆ clothingâ€ˆ and sportsâ€ˆjerseys.â€ˆâ€ˆAnyâ€ˆstudentâ€ˆinterestedâ€ˆinâ€ˆcreatingâ€ˆorâ€ˆriding onâ€ˆtheâ€ˆfloatâ€ˆshouldâ€ˆspeakâ€ˆtoâ€ˆMrs.â€ˆBanks.â€ˆâ€ˆAnyoneâ€ˆwhoâ€ˆhas anyâ€ˆclothingâ€ˆfromâ€ˆpreviousâ€ˆdecadesâ€ˆisâ€ˆwelcomeâ€ˆtoâ€ˆloanâ€ˆit toâ€ˆtheâ€ˆschoolâ€ˆforâ€ˆtheâ€ˆParade.â€ˆâ€ˆTheâ€ˆschoolâ€ˆisâ€ˆgoingâ€ˆtoâ€ˆplay hostâ€ˆtoâ€ˆaâ€ˆ50-yearâ€ˆreunionâ€ˆnextâ€ˆsummerâ€ˆandâ€ˆtheâ€ˆregistration websiteâ€ˆ isâ€ˆ upâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ running.â€ˆ Forâ€ˆ moreâ€ˆ informationâ€ˆ please seeâ€ˆtheâ€ˆwebsiteâ€ˆatâ€ˆwww.nddhs50.ca.â€ˆ Theâ€ˆ endâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ Movember,â€ˆ teacherâ€ˆ mustacheâ€ˆ growing competitionâ€ˆ isâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ Fri.,â€ˆ Nov.â€ˆ 30.â€ˆ Studentsâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ puttting moneyâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ participatingâ€ˆ teachersâ€ˆ jarsâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ seeâ€ˆ whoâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ have toâ€ˆ keepâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ moustacheâ€ˆ oneâ€ˆ weekendâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ wearâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ Super Marioâ€ˆ costumeâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ Mon.,â€ˆ Dec.â€ˆ 3.â€ˆ â€ˆAllâ€ˆ moneyâ€ˆ isâ€ˆ being donatedâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ Flasheâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ â€™Stacheâ€ˆ fundraiserâ€ˆ forâ€ˆ the Winchesterâ€ˆDistrictâ€ˆMemorialâ€ˆHospital. Finally,â€ˆ Gradeâ€ˆ 12â€ˆ studentsâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ processâ€ˆ of organizingâ€ˆtheâ€ˆannualâ€ˆChristmasâ€ˆConcertâ€ˆplannedâ€ˆforâ€ˆFri., Dec.â€ˆ21.â€ˆâ€ˆ
Traffic stop Break-in, caught yields man defying court redhanded NORTHâ€ˆ STORMONTâ€ˆ â€“
SOUTHâ€ˆ DUNDASâ€ˆ â€“â€ˆ A 20-year-oldâ€ˆ maleâ€ˆ from Morrisburgâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ arrested afterâ€ˆheâ€ˆwasâ€ˆfoundâ€ˆbreaking windowsâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ orderâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ gain entryâ€ˆ intoâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ residenceâ€ˆ on Highâ€ˆStreetâ€ˆinâ€ˆMorrisburg.â€ˆ Heâ€ˆ wasâ€ˆ placedâ€ˆ under arrestâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ heldâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ custody pendingâ€ˆ anâ€ˆ appearanceâ€ˆ in Cornwallâ€ˆcourtâ€ˆtoâ€ˆanswerâ€ˆto chargesâ€ˆofâ€ˆBreakâ€ˆandâ€ˆEnterâ€ˆa Houseâ€ˆwithâ€ˆIntentâ€ˆtoâ€ˆCommit Indictableâ€ˆ Offence,â€ˆ Assault withâ€ˆ Intentâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ Resistâ€ˆArrest, Mischiefâ€ˆ underâ€ˆ $5,000â€ˆ and Failureâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ Complyâ€ˆ with Sentenceâ€ˆorâ€ˆDisposition.
Aâ€ˆ trafficâ€ˆ stopâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ Highway 138â€ˆonâ€ˆNov.â€ˆ25â€ˆhasâ€ˆresulted inâ€ˆaâ€ˆ22-year-oldâ€ˆdriverâ€ˆfrom Oshawaâ€ˆ facingâ€ˆ charges. OPPâ€ˆ seizedâ€ˆ approximately 14â€ˆgramsâ€ˆofâ€ˆsuspectedâ€ˆmarijuanaâ€ˆ worthâ€ˆ approximately $140â€ˆ fromâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ vehicleâ€ˆ and chargedâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ driverâ€ˆ with Possessionâ€ˆ Scheduleâ€ˆ IIâ€ˆ and Failureâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ Complyâ€ˆ with Undertakingâ€ˆ or Recognizance.â€ˆHeâ€ˆwasâ€ˆheld inâ€ˆ custodyâ€ˆ pendingâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ court appearance.
Theâ€ˆlead-up toâ€ˆChristmas underway Withâ€ˆthisâ€ˆweekâ€ˆhalfâ€ˆover,â€ˆweâ€ˆseeâ€ˆtheâ€ˆendâ€ˆofâ€ˆNovember inâ€ˆsight.â€ˆâ€ˆOnâ€ˆThurs.,â€ˆNov.â€ˆ29â€ˆourâ€ˆschoolâ€ˆwillâ€ˆplayâ€ˆhostâ€ˆto someâ€ˆ otherâ€ˆ localâ€ˆ schoolsâ€ˆ improvâ€ˆ teamsâ€ˆ whoâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ be competingâ€ˆagainstâ€ˆourâ€ˆschoolâ€ˆthatâ€ˆday. Aâ€ˆ reminderâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ parentsâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ guardiansâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ studentsâ€ˆ that reportâ€ˆcardsâ€ˆwentâ€ˆhomeâ€ˆonâ€ˆFri.,â€ˆNov.â€ˆ23.â€ˆAnotherâ€ˆreminder toâ€ˆparentsâ€ˆofâ€ˆGradeâ€ˆ12â€ˆstudentsâ€ˆthatâ€ˆtheâ€ˆgraduationâ€ˆphotos thatâ€ˆ wereâ€ˆ takenâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ Thurs.,â€ˆ Nov.â€ˆ 22â€ˆ andâ€ˆ Fri.,â€ˆ Nov.â€ˆ 23â€ˆ are nowâ€ˆavailableâ€ˆtoâ€ˆviewâ€ˆandâ€ˆorderâ€ˆonlineâ€ˆatâ€ˆphotovisions.ca. Finch, Dec. 15 Notâ€ˆ oneâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ restâ€ˆ onâ€ˆ his laurelsâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ busiestâ€ˆ timeâ€ˆ of year,â€ˆ Santaâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ having breakfastâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ Finchâ€ˆ atâ€ˆ the Arenaâ€ˆHallâ€ˆonâ€ˆSat.,â€ˆDec.â€ˆ15. Sponsoredâ€ˆbyâ€ˆtheâ€ˆFinchâ€ˆand Districtâ€ˆ Lionâ€™sâ€ˆ Club,â€ˆ the breakfastâ€ˆ buffetâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ run fromâ€ˆ8â€ˆa.m.â€ˆuntilâ€ˆnoonâ€ˆwith Santaâ€ˆ visitingâ€ˆ â€ˆ fromâ€ˆ 9:30 untilâ€ˆ11â€ˆa.m. Laterâ€ˆinâ€ˆtheâ€ˆevening,â€ˆthe Paradeâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ Lightsâ€ˆ will disembarkâ€ˆ fromâ€ˆ Moranâ€™s yardâ€ˆatâ€ˆ7â€ˆp.m.â€ˆandâ€ˆmakeâ€ˆits wayâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ theâ€ˆArenaâ€ˆ Hallâ€ˆ for Santaâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ Socialâ€ˆ Time. Sponsoredâ€ˆ byâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ Finch Recreationâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ Knightsâ€ˆ of Columbus,â€ˆ itâ€™sâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ chance toâ€ˆ visitâ€ˆ withâ€ˆ Santaâ€ˆ and friendsâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ enjoyâ€ˆ freeâ€ˆ hot chocolateâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ other goodies. Crysler, Dec. 16 Oldâ€ˆSt.â€ˆNickâ€ˆwillâ€ˆalsoâ€ˆbe inâ€ˆCryslerâ€ˆonâ€ˆSun.,â€ˆDec.â€ˆ16, forâ€ˆ Breakfastâ€ˆ withâ€ˆ Santaâ€ˆ at theâ€ˆcommunityâ€ˆhall,â€ˆ10â€ˆa.m. untilâ€ˆ1â€ˆp.m.â€ˆ
beâ€ˆ lotsâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ carolling,â€ˆ gifts, Continued from the front goodiesâ€ˆandâ€ˆsleighâ€ˆridesâ€ˆfor Scoobyâ€ˆ Doo,â€ˆ andâ€ˆ much more.â€ˆ Rumourâ€ˆ hasâ€ˆ itâ€ˆ that all.â€ˆ Pleaseâ€ˆ bringâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ nonevenâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ Grinchâ€ˆ wonâ€™tâ€ˆ be perishableâ€ˆfoodâ€ˆitemâ€ˆorâ€ˆnew toyâ€ˆforâ€ˆtheâ€ˆOsnabruckâ€ˆFood ableâ€ˆtoâ€ˆstayâ€ˆaway. Morrisburgâ€ˆ Public anâ€ˆToyâ€ˆDrive. Schoolâ€ˆ studentsâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ be Chesterville, Dec. 8 Santaâ€ˆ hasnâ€™tâ€ˆ forgotten helpingâ€ˆ outâ€ˆ byâ€ˆ collecting Chesterville!â€ˆ Theâ€ˆ Rotary foodâ€ˆforâ€ˆtheâ€ˆlocalâ€ˆfoodâ€ˆbank Clubâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ Chestervilleâ€ˆ has andâ€ˆ monetaryâ€ˆ donationsâ€ˆ for madeâ€ˆ arrangementsâ€ˆ for theâ€ˆ localâ€ˆAngelâ€ˆ Tree.â€ˆ So Santaâ€ˆtoâ€ˆbeâ€ˆatâ€ˆtheâ€ˆLegionâ€ˆon rememberâ€ˆtoâ€ˆbringâ€ˆwithâ€ˆyou aâ€ˆ non-perishableâ€ˆ foodâ€ˆ item Sat.,â€ˆ Dec.â€ˆ 8,â€ˆ forâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ annual toâ€ˆ helpâ€ˆ outâ€ˆ thoseâ€ˆ less Breakfastâ€ˆ withâ€ˆ Santa. Breakfastâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ served fortunate. betweenâ€ˆ 8â€ˆ a.m.â€ˆ andâ€ˆ noon Winchester andâ€ˆvisitsâ€ˆwithâ€ˆtheâ€ˆjollyâ€ˆold Laterâ€ˆ thatâ€ˆ day,â€ˆ theâ€ˆ 16th Annualâ€ˆ Countryâ€ˆ Christmas elfâ€ˆwillâ€ˆbeâ€ˆfromâ€ˆ9â€ˆa.m.â€ˆuntil Paradeâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ Lightsâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ begin 10:30â€ˆ a.m.â€ˆAfterâ€ˆ visiting atâ€ˆ 7â€ˆ p.m.â€ˆ inâ€ˆ Winchester. withâ€ˆ Santa,â€ˆ kidsâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ have Numerousâ€ˆ floatsâ€ˆ decorated theâ€ˆ opportunityâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ make withâ€ˆ lightsâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ winding craftsâ€ˆtoâ€ˆtakeâ€ˆhome.â€ˆ Breakfastâ€ˆ isâ€ˆ freeâ€ˆ to itsâ€ˆ wayâ€ˆ throughâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ village. childrenâ€ˆ underâ€ˆ six,â€ˆ $3â€ˆ for Andâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ course,â€ˆ itâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ be agesâ€ˆ sixâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ 12â€ˆ andâ€ˆ $6-â€ˆâ€ˆ for Santaâ€™sâ€ˆ secondâ€ˆ visitâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ the anyoneâ€ˆoverâ€ˆ13. areaâ€ˆinâ€ˆoneâ€ˆday.â€ˆPriorâ€ˆtoâ€ˆthe parade,â€ˆ thereâ€ˆ areâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ lotâ€ˆ of otherâ€ˆ activitiesâ€ˆ and Nov. 22 â€“ Dec. 16 attractionsâ€ˆ throughoutâ€ˆ the villageâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ getâ€ˆ youâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ the Professional Live Theatre moodâ€ˆ forâ€ˆ Santaâ€™sâ€ˆ visit.â€ˆ The in Morrisburg, Ontario Oldâ€ˆTownâ€ˆHallâ€ˆwillâ€ˆbeâ€ˆopen forâ€ˆ aâ€ˆ fullâ€ˆ dayâ€ˆ ofâ€ˆ family activitiesâ€ˆ andâ€ˆ entertainment andâ€ˆ theâ€ˆ 5thâ€ˆAnnualâ€ˆ Parade ofâ€ˆ Lightsâ€ˆ Vendorâ€ˆ Fairâ€ˆ will w surelyâ€ˆ haveâ€ˆ somethingâ€ˆ for amily Sho F y a d li o â€œH magic everyone. led with !â€? il f Ingleside and music Santaâ€ˆ willâ€ˆ beâ€ˆ makingâ€ˆ a stopâ€ˆ inâ€ˆ quickâ€ˆ Ingleside beforeâ€ˆjoiningâ€ˆtheâ€ˆparadeâ€ˆin Winchester.â€ˆAtâ€ˆ 6â€ˆ p.m.,â€ˆ at theâ€ˆ Inglesideâ€ˆ Fire By Robert More Department,â€ˆ theâ€ˆ firefighters inviteâ€ˆ everyoneâ€ˆ toâ€ˆ joinâ€ˆ in Tickets: 613-543-3713, (toll free) 1-877-550-3650 theâ€ˆChristmasâ€ˆTreeâ€ˆLighting or visit: www.uppercanadaplayhouse.com Ceremony.â€ˆSantaâ€ˆwillâ€ˆarrive Johnsonâ€™s Antiques atâ€ˆ 6:30â€ˆ p.m.â€ˆ andâ€ˆ thereâ€ˆ will
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Reveler family donates land for new sanctuary Lois Ann Baker Record Staff CRYSLER â€” The family of the late Ray Reveler has realized his dream of leaving a plot of land for others to forever enjoy in its natural state. Too rocky to be of any use in agriculture, the 99acre parcel â€” located on Concession 10-11 at Reveler Road, northwest of Crysler â€”Â was intentionally left undisturbed by Reveler, a farmer. His nephew, Ian Reveler, was instrumental in creating the opportunity for the land to be turned into the Reveler Conservation Area after the elder Reveler died four years ago at the age of 84. His uncle purchased the land back in 1972, and â€œbasically did nothing to it because he wanted to leave it the way it was,â€? said Ian. It took the family four years to get to the point where the land is now open to the public to enjoy. â€œIt was wrapped up in the estate and not specifically designated; it was my idea to do that,â€? said Reveler. â€œInitially I had to broker a deal with my nine other cousins to get it out of the estate. That took a couple of years. And then a couple of more years to get the application for the
Ecological Gifts Program. It was quite an experience.â€? The land was successfully transferred to South Nation Conservation as part of the process. Reveler said it is a unique parcel because of the diverse habitat. â€œSNC describes it as a unique property for them. They donâ€™t have one like this, in terms of the geology of it. The rock comes up through the ground. Itâ€™s really quite unique,â€? said Reveler. Reveler said the decision to donate the land to SNC through the Ecological Gifts Program was undertaken to preserve it as an unspoiled wildlife sanctuary, as EGP rules prohibit development. â€œThis ensures the land will be retained as a conservation area,â€? said Reveler. Although the land is owned by SNC, Reveler remains involved with the property as a Forest Steward, a volunteer position that allows him to have a hand in the operation of the trails on the site. â€œOur vision of how we see the property develop, we will work with South Nation as much as we can to see that happen,â€? said Reveler, adding his vision for the land involves use for purposes of research and
Ian Reveler sits on one of the benches placed on the trail that runs through the Reveler Conservation Area. The land, once owned by Reveler's uncle Ray, was donated to South Nation Conservation to be used as a wildlife sanctuary and is now open to the public. Baker photo education. As part of the application program, they had to undergo studies, one of which was completed by Rose Fleguel, a Butternut Recovery Technician with the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority. Fleguel found 382 live butternut trees on the property. As butternut regeneration is a rare occurrence in Eastern Ontario, Fleguel was surprised to find so many saplings and seedlings throughout the 99 acres. She did locate cases of canker infection among the trees, but also discovered
seed-bearing individuals in sufficient nunbers to sustain the butternut population at the site. In addition to the butternut trees, the area is home to over 115 different species of birds, as recorded by amatuer bird watcher Paul Schoening of Russell. â€œThe trail will be wonderful for people who want to go on the trails and be by themselves,â€? said Schoening. â€œItâ€™s an area for migrating birds. You can see the birds come in from the northwest and stop for a minutes before few continuing on.â€? The land is significant as
far as the birds go because it is an established spot. Itâ€™s essential for migrating birds to have pockets where they can stop, explained Scheoning. â€œThe dream for the bird community is to have small and larger places to adjust to the bird, some places where they can stop and rest, otherwise they canâ€™t continue their journey south and are in danger of dying out.â€? Reveler said that this year was the first in which blue birds returned to a nesting area. They had tried for three years to accomplish this, so they
were very pleased when they returned. â€œItâ€™s a conservation area, so anything that is humanpowered and low impact on the property is acceptable,â€? said Reveler, meaning that along with no hunting, no machines of any kind will be allowed on the trails and footpaths. The land covers 99 acres and while it hasnâ€™t been mapped out yet, Reveler said they expect to have trails from four to eight kilometers long. â€œThere are natural trails and features on the property like stone fences and little patches of pasture areas. Weâ€™ll take those features and utilize what exists already when developing the trails,â€? said Reveler. The trail is open to the public, but still needs some work. SNC is scheduled to pave the parking lot, and there is still a little bit of cleanup needed on the trails. â€œOne of the things we need to do is organize work days. A couple of people on the SNC tour offered to help clear out the land and clean it up a little,â€? said Reveler. Reveler expects SNC to have a ribbon-cutting ceremony next spring for the Reveler Conservation Area officially recognizing the trail as the Ray Reveler Trail.
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S. Stormont welcomes Mills, new Fire Chief
Standing with Mayor McGillis and new South Stormont Fire Chief Gordon Mills (centre) is Deputy Fire Chief Paul Wheeler (right) who took on the roll of acting chief prior to Millsâ€™ recent hiring as chief.
SD mulls Cornwall MRI donation â€“ WILLIAMSBURG Community Cornwall Hospital's â€œTo Your Healthâ€? campaign representative Angela Bellefeuille attended South Dundas Councilâ€™s Nov. 6 meeting to ask for their participation in the campaign. Bellefeuille has been attending township council meetings in the area looking for support to help with the purchase of the MRI and digital imaging table for CCH. Council has directed staff to add the request to the Donation Budget for 2013 for consideration. SD&G County Council recently passed a motion to support the MRI project
with a donation of $250,000 for two years, totalling $500,000. South Neighbouring Stormont Council is expected to receive the same pitch from hospital officials.
SD calendar rings in the New Year WILLIAMSBURG â€” For the first time, South Dundas will ring in the new year with a printed township calendar to further inform residents throughout the year. Council made the decision earlier this fall, but agreed to monitor costs.
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North Stormont Fire Service Awards
North Stormont recently acknowledged their firefighters with service awards. Front, from left: Ben Glover and Todd Bayly from the Avonmore station and Nancy-Ann Gauthier and Daniel Forgues from the Moose Creek station were all commended for five years of service. Back, from left: Fire Chief Joe Bakker, North Stormont Mayor Dennis Fife, Kees Van Engen from the Finch station commended for 25 years of service, Lee Casselman, also from the Finch station for five years of service and Bill McGimpsey, Deputy Mayor. Missing from photo, Jonathan Jans and Christopher Lalonde both from the Moose Creek station were commended for five years of service.
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Stormont 4-H, County Awards
Stormont 4-H members held their awards night on Sat., Nov. 17. Winners of the County Awards were: Front, from left: Emma Moran, Outstanding 1st Year Member, Dougie Robinson, 1st Year Dairy Club and Jeremy Outstanding Chevally, Junior Member. Back, from left: Fabienne Kagi, Top Judges, Trevor Nyenkamp, Enthusiastic Member winner, Aimee vanLoon, Top Judges and Courtney Courville, Outstanding 13-year-old Member. Absent from photo are Ontario Plowman's Award winner Kelsey Smith, Enthusiastic Member winners Cassidy Smith and Jeremie Martin and Senior Member High Achiever Sydney Devries.
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From Left: Patrick Daoust, Dougie Robinson, Fabienne Kagi, who was MC and Stormont County's Queen of the Furrow, Cody Nyenkamp and Iris Wolfensberger.
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This crew was busy serving up lunch at the Chalmers United Church Luncheon and Bazaar held Sat., Nov. 24. at the Finch arena. From left: Louise Nephew, Reverand Lois Gaudet, Linda Carruthers, June McDermid, Edith Nugent, Hilda Gillard, Lois Smith and Edith Stewart. Baker photo
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From left, Harold Merkley, Lorne Finniss and Joe Cass served up coffee with style at Trinity United Churchâ€™s annual Christmas Craft Sale and Luncheon, Nov. 10.
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House-building high schoolers ST. ANDREWS â€“ Students from RothwellOsnabruck and Tawgi have been learning trades handson thanks to the House Building Co-op course. Now in its fourth year, students from the schools who enroll in the course have been building homes in the area, most recently on Heather Street in St. Andrews. The co-op is in partnership with De Saulniers Construction Ltd, who Poulin said made the arrangements to have the students involved in the construction. Everyday, instead of sitting in a classroom, these students, along with Tagwi teacher Jamie Poulin have been showing up at the job site and learning all there is
about how to build a house. Under foreman Dominic Dube, students have been learning about framing, roof trusses, dry walling, sheeting, flooring systems, insulating and installing windows and doors. The electrical and plumbing work has to be done by licensed contractors, but students are involved in the process. Poulin said the co-op gives the students the opportunity to learn firsthand what it is like out in the workforce and they are gaining valuable experience in something that they may someday want to do for a living. So far, the co-op course has been involved in building five houses.
N. Dundas Recreation notes Aâ€ˆcolumnâ€ˆ submittedâ€ˆ byâ€ˆ the Northâ€ˆ Dundasâ€ˆ Recreation Department Join us for the 16th annual North Dundas Christmas Parade of Lights that will be hosted on Saturday, December 1st, 2012. Witness the hospitality of a rural village transformed into a winter wonderland of fun and excitement; featuring lights, music, shopping, great food, fun activities, and entertainment for the whole family. Visit with Santa and tell him your wishes, dine at one of the many downtown restaurants and community suppers, or stop by a food vendor for a tasty treat. Be sure to visit the Old Town Hall for a full day of family activities & entertainment. Take a stroll downtown and browse the local businesses for all of your Christmas shopping needs and donâ€™t forget to stop by the 5th annual Parade of Lights Vendor Fair, where an array of gifts and goodies will be for sale! At 7 pm, watch a unique parade of lights with numerous floats, as well as marching bands, and of course Santa Claus greeting everyone from his float! Please note that rolling road closures will be in effect for the parade route and will begin at the Township of North Dundas Office at approximately 6:30 pm. For more details on events, road closures, community dinners, etc. and to find registration forms for the vendor fair and parade, please visit and visit our tourism page. The sounds of the season will be in Winchester on Friday, December 7th and Sunday, December 9th. On Friday evening at 6:30 pm, the Winchester Scouts will be departing from the arena and taking a hayride around town to delight residents
with Christmas carols. On Sunday afternoon, children from the Winchester Wesleyan Church will be making the rounds as well. Be sure to watch and listen for these fantastic singers! A big thank you to Weagant Farm Equipment for the donation of the tractor and trailer. The Rotary Club of Chesterville will be hosting their annual Breakfast with Santa event on Saturday, December 8th from 8 am until 12 noon at the Chesterville Legion. Breakfast is free for kids under 6 years of age, only $3.00 for ages 6-12 years, and just $6.00 for those 13 yrs. +. Kids can also visit with Santa from 9-10:30 am and have fun making crafts to take home. On Sunday, December 2nd, the Friends of the South Mountain Library will be hosting a gingerbread workshop from 2-4 pm at the South Mountain Agricultural Hall. Youâ€™re invited to register on or before Saturday November 24th at the South Mountain Library (613989-2199) for this eighth annual Gingerbread fundraising event. For $20.00 you will receive a gingerbread house to decorate and take home. Edible decorating goodies will be supplied. You will also decorate a gingerbread ornament for each person at your table. Please pay upon registration. Participants are asked to please bring a donation of non-perishable food items or Christmas treats for the Lions Club Christmas baskets. This event is sponsored by Kemptville Bulk Barn and St. Danielâ€™ Knights of Columbus Council 11725. For more information, please call Liz at 613-9892282.
Situated on top of what will be the fifth house R-O and Tagwi students have helped build are from left: Travis DeJong, Stowen Armstrong, Matt Turner, Liam Clark, Chris Pechie, teacher Jamie Poulin, Ben Buiting, Chris Ladouceur, JJ Kroeze, Zack Hackford, Tanner Delgreco and Brent Corman.
Bus driver of the year nominations until 30th BROCKVILLE â€“ Does your childâ€™s bus driver go above and beyond transporting your treasures to school each day? If so, the Upper Canada District School Board is giving you the chance to nominate a school bus driver for the Driver of the Year award. Area residents are asked to post driversâ€™ names and pictures for consideration on a special Facebook page located at http://www.facebook.com/UCDSBBusDriverOfTheYearContest.
You will also need to record the driverâ€™s route number, the schools served and reasons why the driver deserves the award. The public will then be invited to vote on the drivers by clicking â€œlikeâ€? on their preferred candidate. Nominators must visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XM2FMKH to fill out a survey to register their nominee for the contest before posting to the Facebook Page, where further rules are laid out. Nominations must be made by noon on November 30. Each winner will be presented with a plaque at a special awards ceremony in Brockville on Dec. 19. Each winner will have their name placed on a perpetual plaque that will be displayed at the Board head office.
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FIREWOOD FOR SALE Maple, Ash, Elm. Seasoned and split. $85.00 a cord. $400.00 - 5 cords. $470.00 - 6 cords. Delivered. 613535-2382. 20 APPLES, APPLES, APPLES At Barkleyâ€™s Apple Orchard. 613-543-0491. Email: email@example.com. APPLES, APPLES, APPLES 24-8 DEER APPLES Straight Shooter Discounts Available. Call Bill at Barkleyâ€™s Apple Orchard. 613-859-7059. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 22-6 APPLES Cider and apple products. Smythâ€™s Apple Orchards. 613-652-2477. www.smythsapples.com 08tfc 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 BOOKS FOR SALE For serious readers. Open Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. 4037 County Rd. 7, Elma. 613-448-3797. 47tfc/stf
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FOR RENT FOR RENT Cozy 2 bedroom newly renovated house in Chesterville. No smoking, no pets. $750.00 per month plus utilities. Call 613-4481615. 19-2 PARTY ROOM/GYM FOR RENT At the D-C Community Centre in Dixons Corners. For your next get-together, call 613-652-4702. 21 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT In Crysler. Available August 1. Ground floor, 2 appliances included, hydro gas included. $675.00 per month. Call 613-987-2118. 51tfc FOR RENT Available January 1, 2013 3 bedroom bungalow between Morewood and Winchester. New propane furnace, appliances included, non-smokers, no pets. References required. $1,000/month plus utilities. Call 613-448-3915. 19tfc
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CARD OF THANKS THANK YOU A big â€œThank Youâ€? to North Dundas Township, Byers Carpentry and Councillor Tony Fraser, for the new steps and railings on the bleachers at the Chesterville arena. It was greatly needed and is appreciated by all. It is so nice that all age groups can now enjoy the great sports and events in the community. Audrey Cross 19
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Christmas Wish Tree Update Thank you to all those who have chosen to honour or remember a loved one through a Christmas Wish Tree ornament.
To date, $1,930 has been raised, and all of that has been matched by area sponsors. Donors and sponsors alike are wholeheartedly supporting this initiative.
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COMING EVENTS COMING EVENTS SPAGHETTI LUNCH St. Andrewâ€™s Presbyterian Church Hall, Mill St., Chesterville. Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Menu: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic bread, Caesar salad, assorted pies with ice cream, coffee or tea. $7.00 per person. (Take-outs starting at 11:00 a.m). Everyone Welcome! 19-2 YE OLDE BARGAIN SHOPPE BAG SALE Wednesday, November 28 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Thursday, November 29 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m and 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 1 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. A great place to shop for good used items and clothing. Unbelievable prices. St. Andrewâ€™s Presbyterian Church basement, 34 Mill Chesterville. All St., donations greatly appreciated. tfc
DARE TO FLASH A â€˜STACHE MOUSTACHE JUDGING Over $35,000 has been raised - help us celebrate! Morewood RA Centre, Friday, November 30 from 7:00 9:00 p.m. Entertainment, Photo Booth, CASH Bar and Prizes. No admission. Donations welcome. 19-1
November 29, 1952 Kenneth and Betty Stewart would like to thank family and friends for helping them to celebrate their sixtieth wedding anniversary. Special thanks to our daughters for organizing this special event. We will always have fond memories of this day.
ADVENT CAROL SERVICE Advent Carol Service at St. Lukeâ€™s-Knox Church, Finch. Sunday, December 2 at 7:30 p.m. Musical guests: Winchester United Church Handbell Choir and others. Refreshments and fellowship. Everyone welcome. 19-2
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Making a mark on S. Stormont South Stormont Mayor Bryan McGillis (left) congratulated the winners of the Local Government Week contest to name two new streets in the township. These studentsâ€™ entries were chosen out of about 20. Jacob Bennison and Ethan DaSilva hold signs emblazoned with their winning names. Baker photo
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St. Isidore Eagles@ North Dundas Rockets Dec. 1, 8:00 p.m.
Hawks use three-win weekend to move into 2nd in standings; Lions’ woes continue WINCHESTER— After an up-and-down start to November, the Winchester Hawks have caught fire in the last couple weeks and have skyrocketed into second in the EOJHL’s St. Lawrence Division standings. The Hawks helped their cause this past weekend with three wins in three nights. Hawks 6 Vikings 5 Captain Aaron Dickenson led the Hawks to their first victory on Nov. 22, when Winchester was in Casselman to battle the Vikings. Dickenson scored a couple of power-play goals and assisted on the Hawks third manadvantage marker of the evening, in the 6-5 win. Casselman got the scoring started less than a minute in thanks to Joel Adam, but Brandon Pantaleo answered with 14:03 to go, on the power play. Kyle BeauchampLalonde gave Casselman the lead as he scored with 27 seconds to go. Casselman took a two-goal lead in the second when Maxime Choquette scored, on the power play, two minutes in. The Hawks however, responded with two goals, first Dickenson on the man advantage, then by Alexander Vazquez who tied at three with one to play. The Hawks rounded off three straight goals to start the third from Dickenson and then a pair from Mathew White. It looked like the Hawks were going to sail to victory, but the Vikings kept charging. Adam Wensink scored with 4:18 to play, on a power play, then Choquette scored his second while shorthanded. That goal came with
11 seconds left and the Vikings comeback ran out of time as the Hawks won 6-5. Alex Monk-Cray took the win in net for the Hawks; Alexandre Michaud the loss for the Vikings. Hawks 10 Lions 5 The Winchester and Morrisburg offences combined for 15 goals as the battle of Dundas County saw the Hawks take another chapter, in Winchester on Nov. 23. The Hawks scored a pair of quick ones by Ramsey Wheeler and Chris Rossi but Clarke Veenstra scored to cut the lead to 2-1. Kyle Richardson added one more and Winchester was up 3-1 after one. The second period was all Hawks as they added three more goals to their total. Pantaleo made it 4-1, then Cody Levasseur scored on a man advantage and Luke Scott capped off the second period scoring as it was 6-1 after 40 minutes. Morrisburg gained some momentum with a pair of goals by Grant Cooper and Chris Rutley to start the third. Josh Stubbings ended the Lions pressure scoring to make it 7-3. Sam Hodgson made it 7-4, but Winchester scored three straight from Wheeler, Scott, on the power play, and then Rossi, also on a man advantage. Rutley added one more for the Lions in the final minute, but it was nowhere near enough as Winchester took it 10-5. Winchester peppered the Lions net sending 51 shots on Mikael Dion who took the loss; Monk-Cray stopped 20 for the win. Hawks 3 Rebels 2 (SO)
It took shootout heroics by Dickenson, but the Hawks made it three for three on the weekend when they defeated Char-Lan on Nov. 24, in Williamstown. Winchester scored the lone goal of the first period, a marker by Stubbings at the midway point. Tyler Filion tied the game for the Rebels in the second on a power play, but Winchester regained the lead, before the break, with a manadvantage tally of their own from Levasseur. Just under five minutes into the third, Dean Derouchie got the Rebels back to even
footing. Neither team was able to find another in the period or in overtime so the game came down to a shootout. It came down to the Hawks final shooter, Dickenson, who netted the only goal of the shootout and the Hawks won 3-2. Anthony D’Urso took the win between the Hawks pipes; Alex Boileau was saddled with the loss. The Hawks now lead the logjam of teams from second to fifth with 24 points. They are five back of the Vikings who lead the division, but only two up on Char-Lan who
sit third. This week they host Westport Dec. 1 and are in Athens, Dec. 2.
Lions edged by Rangers
Lions 3 Rangers 4 After their lopsided loss, the Lions looked to rebound when South Grenville visited on Nov. 25. South Grenville opened the scoring, but the Lions got it back when Veenstra scored midway through the period. The Rangers regained the lead, but again the Lions were quick to answer, this time it
was Rutley tying the game at two. In the second, South Grenville scored the only goal of the frame giving them a 32 lead with one period to play. The Rangers made it a two-goal lead early in the third. The Lions did get within one thanks to a power-play goal by Michel Lefebvre, but they couldn’t find another and took the loss 4-3. Dion made 31 saves in the loss; Cole MacMillan got the win for the Rangers. The Lions sit in sixth place in the standings with 12 points, seven back of Akwesasne for the final playoff spot. They will look to gain ground this week when they host Gananoque on Nov. 30 and travel to South Grenville on Dec. 1.
The Winchester Hawks celebrate after scoring their sixth goal against the Morrisburg Lions on Nov. 23 in Winchester. This goal was scored by Luke Scott and turned out to be the winner as the Hawks cruised to a 10-5 win. Zandbergen photo
Tagwi’s Gregor Canham smashes the match-point winner in the Warriors junior volleyball finals on Nov. 8 against Glengarry at Tagwi. Canham and Warriors competed at EOSSAA on Nov. 14 at St. Joseph’s CHS in Renfrew. Matte photo
Warriors find themselves evenly matched at EOSSAA RENFREW— After capturing the SD&G junior boys volleyball title with a hard fought victory over their rivals from Glengarry, the Tagwi Warriors were off to represent the league at EOSSAA on Nov. 14 in Renfrew. Tagwi’s first game of the day was against Sharbot Lake. The boys got off to a shaky start but had the momentum, despite dropping the first set 25-23. The second set was more impressive from Tagwi’s standpoint, with a successful defense and a stronger attack. The Warriors took that one 2516. The final, and tie-
breaking, set was played to 15 points. Tagwi got off to a slow start once again, but didn’t have the room to come back and dropped that one 15-6. Plantagenet beat Sharbot Lake in two straight sets so that meant Tagwi had to beat Plantagenet two straight games to make it to the final. Plantagenet was a strong team, but the Warriors stayed with them battling back and forth. However, they dropped the first set 27-25. At that point Tagwi knew they couldn’t make the finals, so coach Sean Lee got everyone in the final set. Tagwi dropped the final set 25-23.
Lee noted that it was a very even event and gave credit to his team’s captain who played through difficult times. “All the teams that were involved were very well matched. Gregor Canham participated after his grandmother had just passed away. His parents felt that playing at EOSSAA would be a welcome distraction and he really played fabulously.” With their success at the junior level it should be interesting to see if the Warriors can find the same success in the future on both the junior and senior teams.
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Rockets come close but lose pair of weekend games CHESTERVILLE— The North Dundas Rockets have failed to gain any sort of traction as of late and suffered two losses this past weekend. The Rockets were in Cumberland to face the Bandits on Nov. 24 but lost 4-2 and returned home Nov. 25 where they were beaten by Vankleek Hill 3-2. Rockets 2 Bandits 4 After an even first period the teams went to the dressing rooms tied at one. The Bandits put some distance between them and the Rockets in the second period with a pair of goals to lead 3-1 after two. In the third, the Rockets got one back, but Cumberland added the insurance marker and the game finished 4-2.
Liam Morrow and Ryan Byers each found the net for the Rockets, with Chris Embury, Cody Nicoll and John Vanzyl adding assists. Scoring for the Bandits were: Patrick Fitzgerald, Benoit Harris, Jessier Meilleur and Christian Renaud. Matthew Kingston took the loss in the Rockets net; Romeo Boudreau got the win for the Bandits. Rockets 2 Cougars 3 The Rockets returned to Chesterville for a rare Sunday afternoon game against Vankleek Hill. The Cougars struck first, on a goal by Charles McKeown, But with under nine minutes to go in the first, Brandon Buma answered and it was
Titans, Knights victorious in FPB FINCH– The Titans and Knights found themselves on the right side of 1-0 wins this past week, Nov. 24, in Finch Peewee Broomball action. Barons 0 vs. Titans 1 After a scoreless first
period, the Titans made a strong effort to create their 1-0 lead against the Barons. The goal came at 1:17 of the second period when Michaela Kunz scored the only goal of the game unassisted. The Barons made a
1-1 after one. Vankleek Hill found the only goal of the second off the stick of Yannick Boudrias. Then, in the opening minute of the third, Boudrias scored his second of the game to make it 3-1. Byers got one back for the Rockets, but they couldn’t find the tying goal and took the loss 3-2. Brendan Chilton made his first start in the Rockets net and took the loss; John Cameron picked up the win for the Cougars. The Rockets are now eighth in the standings, three back of Vankleek Hill for seventh. This week they will play in Embrun on Nov. 30 and host St. Isidore on Dec. 1.
North Dundas Rockets players show off their ‘staches at their Nov. 25th game against Vankleek Hill. The team took part in the Movember campaign to raise awareness for prostate cancer. From left; Peter Klienswormink (Captain), Will Fawcett, Ryan Byers, John Van Zyl, Dustin Tinkler, Ryan Romans and Brendan Chillton.
valiant effort to tie the game but were unsuccessful. The shutout went to Garrett McLaughlin. Knights 1 vs. Rebels 0 In the second match only one goal was scored again. The goal was scored by David Nobert at 7:32 of the first period. The assist went to Tina Nobert. The made several Rebels attempts to tie the game to no avail.
NGS C1 Braves earn three points against Selects FINCH– The NGS novice C1 Braves were led by the hat trick performance from Devon Elliott in a 4-0 victory over South Stormont Selects C2 on Nov. 21 in Finch. Elliott opened the scoring in the game with two goals in the first five minutes and then capped off the scoring with 4:07 remaining in the game. Logan MacMillan added a second-period tally for NGS. Wyatt Amsing had two assists and Zache
Gauthier and Nicholas Rolland each had one. Playing his second game on defence after a move from forward, Gauthier was unbeatable on the Braves’ blueline. Hayden Begin picked up the Hustler of the Game award having registered his third consecutive shutout, including tournament and exhibition play. Two days later, Nov. 24, the Braves travelled to Long Sault to face the South Stormont Selects C1
Atom C Braves draw against Char-Lan The NGS Atom C Braves had another classic showdown with the CharLan C1 Rebels on Saturday morning in Finch. The two
teams were not able to find the back of the net in a hard-working and exciting scoreless draw. Johnny McAdams continued his
squad. Trailing 3-1, the Braves fought back with a pair of goals from Noah Ault midway through the third period to tie things up and end the game at 3-3. Makayla Molinaro opened the scoring for NGS, assisted by Devon Elliott. The whole team was recognized for their efforts being named Hustlers of the Game. Lucas Mullin, John Dilamarter and Kyle Brown scored for the Selects. strong play during his rookie season in goal and registered the shutout for NGS. In eight games this season, the Braves have only lost once and tied three times. The loss, and two of those ties, have come against the Char-Lan C1 Rebels.
Novice B Demons hand Lions loss MORRISBURG– The North Dundas Novice B Demons moved to the top of the Eastern Division after a win this past weekend, Nov. 24 against the South Dundas Lions in Morrisburg. The Demons got on the board first with a pair of first-period goals. Kieran Ladouceur scored first,
unassisted at the 5:48 mark and then Max Messervey scored from Noah Tessier with 2:15 to go in the frame to extend it to 2-0. The Lions got one back midway through the third but the Demons countered with two in the final minute. First Noah Drouin hit the net, with an assist going to Travis Ouellette,
then, Ouellette netted his own goal and it was 4-1 after two. The Lions got one more in the third, but Tessier scored to grab a multi-point game, assisted by Messervey, and the Demons went on to win 52. They now have a record of 5-1-4, first in the east, third overall.
The North Dundas Rockets celebrate their second goal on Nov. 25 when they hosted the Vankleek Hill Cougars in Chesterville. This goal by number 15, Ryan Byers, got the Rockets to within one making it 3-2. They were unable to complete the comeback and fell 3-2. Zandbergen photo
Andy’s emerges as lone winner on tie filled day WINCHESTER— Only one team was able to claim a victory in the Winchester and District Ladies Hockey League on Nov. 25 and it was Andy’s who came away with a 2-0 decision over KC’s. In other action, Annable’s tied Country Girls 1-1 and WS battled Cooper to a scoreless draw. Annable’s Jewellery 1 Country Girls 1 The first game of the day saw Country Girls get on the board first with 6:31 remaining in the opening period as Amy Darling scored with assists going to
Isabelle Dagenais and Edith Dagenais. It remained 1-0 until the second period when Alecia Jones scored an unassisted goal for Annable’s, with 6:28 to go, which resulted in the game ending in a 1-1 tie. Andy’s Foodland 2 KC’s Lawn Maintenance 0 Scoring in the second game started late in the first period as Andy’s got on the board with just over two minutes to play. It was Andrea Francis who got the goal from Susan
Marsden and Laura McDonnell. In the second, Andy’s added to their lead as Barb Beiersdorfer scored, from Kelly Francis and McDonnell and Andy’s held on to a 2-0 win. Dominque Cavill picked up the shutout in the win. Cooper Physio 0 WS Trucking 0 The final game of the day was a goaltending battle that ended in a scoreless tie. Karina Damato earned a shutout for Cooper and Roxanne Backes kept everything out for WS.
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North Dundas midget girls participate in St. Joeâ€™s tourney The CORNWALLâ€” North Dundas midget girls basketball team took to Cornwall and St. Joeâ€™s on Nov. 13 to participate in a tournament. Things didnâ€™t go quite as planned for the Devils, as they came up short in all three games, but still
Monday Menâ€™s: Menâ€™s High Single, Frank Jerome 298; Menâ€™s High Triple, Frank Jerome 744; Menâ€™s High Average, Frank Jerome 234. Team Standings: ATeam 55.5, Stingers 55, Seniors 50.5, Raiders 44, Country Boyâ€™s 37, Alley Rats 22. Wednesday Ladies: Ladies High Single, Betty Wheeler 186; Ladies High Triple, Annette Miller 466. Team Standings: Betty 134, Mary 121, Dianna 114, Annette 111. Community: Menâ€™s High Single, Danny Scheuner 253; Menâ€™s High Triple, Danny Scheuner 639; Ladies High Single, Leslie VanBruinessen 214; Ladies High Triple, Sharol Bowman 563. Team Standings: Danny 36, Sharol 34, Kevin 45, Joel 37.5, Carolyn 39, Paul 39.5. Defenders: Menâ€™s High Single, Mike Desormeaux 272; Menâ€™s High Triple, Mike Desormeaux 715; Ladies High Single, Debbie lInton 225; Ladies High Triple, Debbie Linton 588. Team Standings: Glendon 122.5, Gwen 122.5, Winston 117, Laurie 113, Ossie 112, Leo 106. Stormont Ladies: Ladies High Single, Pat Middleton 231; Ladies High Triple, Pat Middleton 575. Team Standings: Susan 83, Lois 81, Pat 79, Elaine 77. Finch Mixed: Menâ€™s High Single, Justin St.Pierre 252; Menâ€™s High Triple, Justin St.Pierre 610; Menâ€™s High Average, Danny St.Pierre 205; Ladies High Single, Isabelle Bissonnette 248; Ladies High Triple, Isabelle Bissonnette 628; Ladies High Average, Isabelle Bissonnette 191. Team Standings: Got Robbed 132, Triple Dâ€™s 111, Lefties 110, Phantastic Phave 101, BEEGEES 89, The Foursomes 88. Matilda: Ladies High Single, Donna Leach 277; Ladies High Triple, Donna Leach 662; Menâ€™s High Single, Dave Williams 206; Menâ€™s High Triple, Brent Fawcett 545. Team Standings: Kevin 36, Donna 35, Gary 35, Brent 31, Inge 30, Walter 28. Thursday Seniors: Ladies High Single, Tina Serviss 204; Ladies High Triple, Tina Serviss 511; Menâ€™s High Single, Ross Bennett 193; Menâ€™s High Triple, Ross Bennett 499. Berwick Mixed: Menâ€™s High
showed progress. NDDHS 4 Lâ€™Heritage 34 The Devils got a pair of buckets from Aly Bradshaw in the first half, but were shut down after that. Lâ€™Heritage took a 13-4 lead to half time and built on it in the second to win 34-4.
Single, Colin Sanders 267; Menâ€™s High Triple, Colin Sanders 664; Ladies High Single, Mary Fife 229; Ladies High Triple, Mariet Breteler 557. Team Standings: Bas 146, Harold 145, Theo 145, Andy 144, Abe 140. Les Dynamiques: Menâ€™s High Single, Pierre Briere 264; Menâ€™s High Triple, Pierre Briere 604; Ladies High Single, Janine Quesnel 161; Ladies High Triple, Janine Quesnel 438. Williamsburg Mixed: Menâ€™s High Single, Garry Hutt 320; Menâ€™s High Triple, David Lewis 746; Ladies High Catherine Single, VanMoorsel 233; Ladies High Triple, Sandy Julien 502. Team Standings: Dammits 56.5, Team#1 56, Team#6 48, Johnnyâ€™s Angels 43.5, Team#2 35, Tedâ€™s Turkeys 25. Winchester Odd Couples: Menâ€™s High Single, Darryl Britton 273; Menâ€™s High Triple, Darryl Britton 686; Menâ€™s High Average, Max VanOers and Darryl Britton 202; Girls High Single, Grace Tilley 276; Girls High Triple, Grace Tilley 719; Girls High Average, Marin Middleton 198. Team Standings: Filet Mignon 40, Farmers Market 38, Chicken Pot Pie 36, Banana Splits 34, Turkey Balls 34, The Nutty Noodles 28. Top Six Tournament: Chesterville Bowling held the 47th Annual Top Six Tournament over the last two Sundays and would like to thank all bowlers that participated in this annual event and congratulate this yearâ€™s winning teams and individual winners. There were nine menâ€™s teams and 11 ladiesâ€™ teams that competed. The menâ€™s division league winners were Defenders and second place was Williamsburg. The ladies division league winners were the Stormont Ladies and second place was Avonmore. The menâ€™s individual winners for high games and high triple were Bob Jones 267, Frank Jerome 320, Matt Bird 297 and 786 triple. The ladies individual winners for high games and triple were Marin Middleton 284, Anita Byvelds 305, Elaine Duke 259 and Pat Middleton 640 triple.
Youth Bowling Canada
NDDHS 17 Holy Trinity 34 The Devils made great strides in their second game keeping it much closer. Brooke Stewart had a great first half with seven points and North Dundas only trailed 19-13 at half. Holy YBC Peewees: Girls High Single, Madysen Patenaude 116; Girls High Double, Madysen Patenaude 192; Boys High Single, Caleb Shaver and Timothy Fawcett 86; Boys High Double, Timothy Fawcett 156. Team Standings: Flyers 69, Canadiens 65.5, Rangers 54, Leafs 51.5. YBC Bantams: Girls High Single, Katie Horner 138; Girls High Double, Katie Horner 265; Boys High Single, Anthony Quesnel 99; Boys High Double, Anthony 165. Team Quesnel Standings: Flames 66.5, Sharks 52, Thrashers 51, Coyotes 38, Oilers 32.5. YBC Juniors: Girls High Single, Kaitlyn Jones 208; Girls High Triple, Kaitlyn Jones 539; Boys High Single, Tyler Beattie 162; Boys High Triple, Tyler Beattie 429. Team Standings: Islanders 169, Sabres 142, Penguins 139, Bruins 138, Senators 132. YBC Seniors: Girls High Single, Brittany Ridge 190; Girls High Triple, Paige Sloan 512; Boys High Single, Travis Nurse 199; Boys High Triple, Devin Nurse 531. Team Standings: Devil Rays 161, Red Sox 146.5, Blue Jays 145, Twins 137, Hurricanes 130.5.
Trinity took off in the second though and handed the Devils the 34-17 loss. NDDHS 14 St. Joeâ€™s 34 In their final game of the
day, the Devils took on the host team from St. Joeâ€™s. St. Joeâ€™s spread the ball around in the first half and led 16-9 at the break. Bradshaw had a
pair of buckets in the second to go along with one from the first, but it was not enough as St. Joeâ€™s took the win 34-14.
Sr. Devils have winning day RENFREWâ€“ The North Dundas Senior Devils went two for three in a tournament in Renfrew Nov. 17, defeating Notre Dame of Carleton Place 61-31 and Tagwi 6843, and being humbled by a towering Arnprior team 7848. The Devils went through the tournament without Dayton Kelly and Jordan Markwell, out with a broken finger. NDDHS 61 Notre Dame 31 â€œBruce Bufton had a tremendous game - best Iâ€™ve seen him play. He shot nine for nine from the line, had six steals, which he often converted to layups. We played great defense and our constant pressure led to 20 steals - this is the style of play we have been working on and hope to continue,â€? said coach Deanna Corbett-White. Bufton ended the game with 21 points, which included six of nine two-pointers. Arnprior 78 NDDHS 48 â€œWe met our match with Arnprior. They are huge (6â€™6â€?, 6â€™7â€?,6â€™10â€?) and can really shoot - they had 11 three-pointers in the game. â€œWe started off well and were playing good defense but they were shooting over us and hitting while we were not shooting well; we missed a couple of easy shots. We had far too many turnovers which led to Arnprior hoops. It was good for us to play them - a very strong AA school - it will only help us improve. â€œBruce got into foul trouble early and sat most of the
game, which hurt us, Daniel was out from his first game injury and Evan was playing on an injured knee, so we had lots stacked against us. However, they are a very good team. Corbett-White â€œEvan went down in last the last two minutes - hurt his knee again â€“ so now we were down to seven players,â€? CorbettWhite said. NDDHS 68 Tagwi 43 Despite having only seven players and already having played two games earlier in the day the Devils were able to produce offensively and
play some pretty intense Defense against the Warriors. â€œLiam Morrow lit it up in this game scoring a gamehigh 22 points, including four three-pointers in five attempts - not bad for a first year player (he had never played organized b-ball before this season). Bufton was once again on his game with 19 points, nine rebounds, seven steals and three assists. Robbie Kerr excited the crowd with a slam dunk over the Tagwi defense on a feed from Bufton,â€? Corbett-White reported.
Bruce Bufton had a great day when the North Dundas senior boys basketball team played a tournament on Nov. 17 in Renfrew. Bufton had six steals and 21 points in the Devils 61-31 win over Arnprior. Courtesy photo
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UCP Christmas play on stage Catherine Thompson Special to the Record MORRISBURG — Upper Canada Playhouse is running a new Christmas show to help everybody get in the mood for the upcoming holiday. Written by Canadian playwright Robert More, Everything I Love About Christmas, the play centres around the Barnes’ family preparations for Christmas, that are marred by the absence of their daughter Susan, a university student stranded in a snowstorm who can’t make it home. “The show has all kinds of things you want, not only for a Christmas show but for a show itself — a really good story, really believable characters that actors can play because they’re written well and some sort of crisis,” says UCP artistic director Donnie Bowes, who commissioned More to write this production. “Of course we have magic in the form of elves played by adults and a visit from old St. Nick himself,”
Bowes adds. And since there are elements that appeal to both children and adults, it makes it more fun to watch. This play features a large cast of “cracker jack” actors, some of whom were recruited from Toronto to fill the parts. Bowes adds it’s always important to have excellent actors, but even more so in a brand new production. The cast includes Doug Tangney, playing Grandad Barnes, a character the actor describes as “kind of an overseer of the family, an uninterfering angel.” He also talks directly to the audience in another role as narrator. Katie Edwards takes the part of Susan while Jeff Mulrooney depicts father Ted Barnes and Meredith Zwicker plays Maggie Barnes, mother of Susan, Gracie and Robbie. Clayton Labbe has the role of Robbie Barnes and Jody Osmond takes the part of Gracie Barnes. Although the play revolves around the Barnes
Live at the Old Town Hall
Wildlife, 10:15 a.m.; •Rock the Arts Show, 11:30 a.m.; •Radical Science – Wonders of Winter Show, 1 p.m.; •The Academy of Dance and Fitness, dance demo from A Forest for Christmas, 2 to 4 p.m.; •Christmas carols with Heather Koss-Huisman, 4 p.m., as well as music for young children; •Movies — Arthur Christmas (G), 5 p.m., and Nightmare Before Christmas (PG), 9 p.m.;
WINCHESTER — The Old Town Hall is raising the curtain on a number of attractions to draw crowds through its proverbial box office this month at the historic 478 Main Street venue. Parade of Lights The following free events take place on Sat., Dec. 1, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., as part of the Country Christmas Parade of Lights festivities: •Bake sale, 10 a.m., presented by Community Living Dundas County; (The canteen will also be open all day until 9 p.m.) •South Nation Conservation – Winter
Winchester open mic night The Christmas Show! runs Thurs., Dec. 13, 7 to 10 p.m. Doors open 6:45 p.m., and canteen treats are available ‘Moovie’ night Big screen shows at small prices return Sat., Dec. 15. Visit www.moovies.ca for details.
and their threatened celebrations, the neighbouring Brannigans act as a counterpart in that they’re having hard economic times. “I wouldn’t go so far as to say they’re the Cratchits of the play, but it’s the same concept. They’re people who really need something and need someone to come to the rescue. That’s part of the Christmas theme,” Bowes says. Bruce Tubbe plays neighbour Brad Brannigan, father of Billy and husband to Betsy, played by Jess Vandenberg. Ryan Jacobs who portrays Billy Brannigan says the family may appear a little odd, because they’re a bit pushy, but “deep down they all have a big heart. And that’s what the play is all about.” Parris Greaves acts as the lead elf and Tubbe, Jacobs and Vandenberg have additional roles as elves. There’s also a fair amount of music, including a song and dance section at the curtain call and several scenes where the characters express themselves in song. Meredith Zwicker, who conducted the musical element in previous UCP Christmas shows, directs the music while dance numbers are choreographed by newcomer Jess Vandenberg. Divided in three sections, the revolving stage focuses on different scenes, the Barnes family, a bus station and a centre section, a kind “of no man’s land where anything can happen,” Bowes says. The set and lighting is by Sean Free and stage manager is Jackie McCormick. The well-received production premiered on Nov. 23 and many more showings remain on the calendar through Dec. 16. To book tickets, call Upper Canada Playhouse at 613-543-3713 or 1-877-550-3650 or www.uppercanadaplayhouse.
Santa’s elves — played by Parris Greaves, Ryan Jacobs, Jess Vandenberg and Bruce Tubbe — surround their boss in a scene from Everything I Love About Christmas.
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$ISJTUNBT8JTI5SFF Would like to thank its generous sponsors:
Riveredge Farms has offered $2,500, and each of the Scotiabank branches has offered $1,000 to help match your Christmas Wish Tree gifts this week. As of printing, over $2,000.00 has been given in memory or in honour of area residents and their loved ones. Thank you for your continued support of this program, and if you’d like to make a gift, please see the below chart for locations that are accepting donations and have extra forms available. Addresses of Matching Gift Partners Accepting Donations** Russell Meadows
475, Church St., Russell
1116 Concession St., Russell
5677 Main St., Osgoode
37 Main St., Morrisburg
566 Louise St., Winchester
5 Main St., Chesterville
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3287 Main St., Avonmore
Donations will be accepted at the above locations from Nov. 1-Jan. 1
To make your donation online, please visit www.wdmh.on.ca/foundation. For any questions, please contact us at the WDMH Foundation at 613-774-2422 x 6169.
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