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The Creemore

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Friday, July 6, 2012 Vol. 12 No. 27

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News and views in and around Creemore

Inside the Echo

A New Partnership Realtors move into town. PAGE 8

Off to Nationals

Cassidy Morgan will compete in PEI. PAGE 10

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Community Calendar

Submit your community events info@creemore.com phone: (705) 466-9906 fax: (705) 466-9908

This Weekend Friday, July 6

• Flesherton Art Gallery Opening “Canadian Greats” featuring Harold Klunder, Robert Markle, Gordon Rayner & Otis Tamasauskas. Also Local Colour’s “Art Garden” both beginning at 7 pm. The show will be up all summer. 20 Collingwood street, Flesherton. One block east of the lights.

Friday, July 6 to Monday, July 9

• Nottawasaga Daylilies open for viewing of early blooming plants from 10 am to 5 pm each day. See ad on page 12 for directions.

Friday, July 6 to Labour Day

• See Grade 5, 6, 7 & 8 Art Show at Ray’s Place all summer.

Saturday, July 7

• The CREEMORE LOG CABIN (on Library Street) is OPEN TODAY, and will be open every

Monday, July 9

• Clearview Township’s Council Meeting at 5:30 pm at the Council Chambers. Everyone welcome.

Thursday, July 12

• Music in the Park 2012. Bayview Country at Station Park Gazebo, Stayner from 7 to 9 pm. Bring your own lawn chair. Sponsored by Stayner Chamber of Commerce.

Friday, July 13

• A Midsummer Night’s Dance from 7 to 11 pm at Nottawasaga Community Hall, Duntroon. All ages welcome. $5 entry, ages 12 and under free. $1 refreshments and snacks available. A Duntroon Hall family funraiser. 705-445-9550.

Saturday, July 14

• The Creemore Horticultural Society invites all flower lovers & gardeners to view their Summer Flower Show from 8:30 am to 1 pm at the Station on the Green. Guided tours of the CHS garden (between Foodland & the bank) will also be available. • GNE Garden Tour rain or shine 9:30 am to 4 pm. See 8 outstanding gardens including Kimberley Seldon’s garden. $10 for the tour available Creemore Village Pharmacy. For advance tickets or more information, call Karen 705-444-2895. www.greatnorthernex.com and see us on Facebook. (Don’t forget to vote for your Favourite Garden for the “People’s Choice Award”. The winning gardener will win a stone sculpture by Dave Cudworth called “Module” carved from French Limestone to be seen at Kimberley’s garden.) • Creemore Dairy Day. Downtown Creemore from 10 am to 4 pm. Help celebrate the Grand Opening of Miller’s Dairy. 50’s and 60’s themed music, food,

FIRE BAN IN EFFECT

Effective Thursday, July 5 at 10 am, a complete fire ban has been instituted for Clearview Township. Due to prolonged days of high temperatures and lack of precipitation in the extended forecast, the Fire Danger Rating has reached the high to extreme levels. All outdoor burning is now prohibited and all issued fire permits are now void until the ban is lifted. Residents will be notified by public service announcements when the ban is lifted. All notices will be posted on the municipality’s website at www.clearview.ca.

Saturday throughout the summer from 9:30 am to noon. Volunteer “History Hosts” will be on hand each week to welcome visitors. See the Grade 4/5 Art Show at the Log Cabin this weekend. • The Stayner Heritage Society’s 16th Annual Heritage Day at Station Park, Stayner featuring the Second Annual Heritage Car Show. Parade at 11 am includes a Kids’ Division, Concert in the Park at noon featuring The Beinn Gorm Highlanders, Base Borden Military Band, Gulley Girls & Classic Country Memories Band, fun for the kids (bouncy castle, darci-que & emily, heritage colouring contest). Food Fair, display and info booths, silent auction, 50/50 draw, draws and prizes at 3:45 pm. • Curiosity House Art Opening from 2 to 4 pm. Adriene Veninger photographs. Stunning sepia-

toned photographs of pods, seeds & leaves. 178 Mill Street. 705-466-3400. • Mad & Noisy Gallery Art Show Opening from 2 to 5 pm called “Sur-rural” featuring Rosemary Hasner, Gita Karklins, Loralie Clemmensen, John Jacquimain, Jim Harkness & Lisa Brunetta. Show runs to July 29. www. madandnoisy.com 705-466-5555.

Sunday, July 8

• Church Services on page 5. • “Heritage Day” at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Singhampton at 11:30 am. In conjunction with Osprey Museum’s 200th Anniversary Festival, St. Paul’s explores the roots of church in this area and those who helped it grow. All welcome!

Upcoming Events festivities, farm tours, fun in celebration of all things dairy. Join us for some old-fashioned family fun. • Curiosity House Dairy Day Story Hour with Miriam begins at 10:30 am. 178 Mill Street. 705-466-3400. • 2nd Annual Pick’n In The Park at Station Park, Stayner from noon to 6 pm. A fundraiser for The Door Youth Centre. 6+ bands including the Gulleys and Chuck Baker, holding silent auctions as well as other fun activities, games and food. This will be a great family friendly event. Call 705-428- 3733 or gerriordutka@rogers.com. • Avening Beef BBQ at the Avening Hall from 4:30 to 7 pm. Adults $15. Beef, potatoes, pies and more. • Manito Shrine Club Steak BBQ at the Manito Shrine Club, 2265 Fairgrounds Road from 5 to 8 pm. $20 a ticket.

Saturday, July 14 & Sunday, July 15

• Open Garden at 113 Mill Street (Mad River Pottery) from 9 am to 5 pm.

Sunday, July 15

• Rob Roy United Church Annual Beef BBQ from 4:30 to 7 pm with musical entertainment by the Aldcorn Family. $20. For tickets call 705-445-4848.

Monday, July 16 to Saturday, July 21

• Theatre Collingwood presents the madcap spoof The Mystery of Irma Vep. It’s a hilarious milea-minute spoof of the horror genre that makes fun of melodrama, farce, satire and Hitchcock. There’s a sympathetic werewolf, vampire, Egyptian mummy, mystery, even a murder or two! At Historic Gayety Theatre in Collingwood. Order tickets by phone at 705-445-2200 or at www.theatrecollingwood.com.

Thursday, July 19

• Music in the Park 2012. Classic Country Memories & free ice cream night at Station Park Gazebo, Stayner from 7 to 9 pm. Bring your own lawn chair. Sponsored by Stayner Chamber of Commerce.

Saturday, July 21

• 6th Annual Tractor Rally leaving the Dunedin Park at 10 am. Antique tractors make a trek for the day. Call Jim Adam at 705-466-2690, Neil Metheral at 705-4665190 or neilandjean5@gmail.com for details. • 6th Annual Roast Beef Dinner at Dunedin Hall from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Come out and enjoy a delicious meal for $15. For advance tickets call 705-466-2181 or 705-466-3071. All proceeds to Dunedin Hall projects.

Monday, July 23

• Clearview Township’s Council Meeting at 5:30 pm at the Council Chambers. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday, July 24

• Sara Hershoff & Brad Holden are on 97.7 The Beach this morning between 9 and 10 am.

Saturday, July 28

• StoMp the Mega Quarry in Honeywood to walk, bike or run and celebrate Ontario’s prime farmland and fresh water. We are raising awareness and funds to directly support the non profit NDACT in its efforts to preserve precious resources. All levels of walkers, runners and cyclists are invited! Experience a fun and challenging course featuring rolling hills and beautiful fertile countryside threatened by the proposed massive mega quarry. Sign up at ndact.com. • 47th Honeywood Beef BBQ at the Honeywood Arena from 5 to 7:30 pm. Famous for its mouthwatering outdoor fire-roasted beef dinner with all the fixins’ and scrumptious home-made desserts. All proceeds raised support the North Dufferin Community Recreation Centre. Free for kids 5 & under, $5 for kids 12 &under, $15 for adults.

Monday, July 30 to Saturday, August 4

• Theatre Collingwood presents the hilarious adult comedy Skin Flick. In the midst of an economic downturn, a regular, middle-aged couple suddenly lose their jobs. Panicked, they stumble upon the idea of producing an ‘adult movie’ to make ends meet. (Adult Advisory). July 30 – August 4 at 8pm,  matinees on July 31 & August 2 at 2 pm. Tickets: 705-445-2200 / 1 (866) 382-2200 or visit www. theatrecollingwood.com.

Saturday, August 4

• “Around the World in Creemore” Progressive Culinary Garden Tour. Enjoy international cuisine served in local gardens. Garden features include: pond, sunken garden, “green” rooms, perennial beds, unusual specimens, roses, sculptures, gazebo, and vegetables. Foods include appetizers, salads, soup, meats and desserts representing various countries. Hosted by Creemore Horticultural Society. Tickets $20 each, available from David at 705 466-6317 or david@dbj.ca and Charlotte at 705 466-2756 or cvorstermans@rogers.com.

Saturday, August 25

• Big Book Sale at Station on the Green from 8:30 am to 2 pm. A fundraiser for the Station. Drop your books off at Creemore Echo during office hours or drop your books off on Monday, July 16 at the Curling Club.

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Michelle Kinoshita, one of two veterinarians at the new Mad River Veterinary Hospital (the other being owner Jacquie Pankatz), welcomes a new patient.

A new vet in town by Christopher Greer “Creemore is a pet-loving community,” said Jacquie Pankatz, owner of the recently opened Mad River Veterinary Hospital. “Everywhere you look there are people walking their dogs.” In keeping with that pet-loving spirit, the Mad River Veterinary Hospital Open House, which will take place on Saturday, July 14, from 10 am to 4 pm, will feature a pet costume contest, with the winner to receive a prize packet. There will also be tours of the clinic, free draws, and refreshments in a tent outside the building, which the Mad River staff hopes will attract passersby in town for Creemore Dairy Day. “We came here because the area seemed to be underserved,” said Pankatz, who also owns Mountain Vi s t a Ve t e r i n a r y H o s p i t a l i n

Collingwood. “Jason [of Creemore Veterinary Services] does a great job with larger animals, but people with small companion animals in need of treatment were travelling as far as Shelburne.” The transformation of the building in which Mad River Veterinary Hospital is housed has been quite drastic – long gone are the bright purple-blue and yellow of the Mad River Tea House. “We’re v ery h ap p y wi th t h e outcome,” said Pankatz of the renovations, the various stages of which were documented on the Mad River website (www.madrivervet. com). “We wanted to fit in with the quaintness of downtown Creemore.” Clearview Mayor Ken Ferguson, who will also be in town for Creemore Dairy Day, will perform the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Open House.

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by Brad Holden If you`re looking for comfortable, locally made patio furniture, look no further than Nick Dymond, a Ray`s Place Rent-A-Youth veteran who is branching out this year thanks to the provincial government`s “Summer Company” program, which provides students with a $1,500 grant up front in exchange for a credible business plan and another $1,500 in September, should they meet all the program’s requirements. Dymond, who calls himself a “hands -on guy” w ho has been building things since he was a young child, came up with the idea for his company, “Dymond Finish,” after achieving a high mark for a Muskoka Chair he built during a Grade 12 tech class at Stayner Collegiate Institute. He now plans to take orders for them and build them all summer, selling them for $90 per chair, $120 if you want it stained and $150 if you want it painted. He’s also experimenting with a bench design as well as an outdoor coffee table that features a polished concrete top and wooden legs. Should business take off, he’s willing to do custom orders as well; to that end, he’s building up a reference binder of different DIY outdoor furniture projects that customers can browse and choose from.

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The Summer Company program, which Dymond heard about through his involvement with Ray’s Place, is administered by the Greater Collingwood Small Business Enterprise Centre. In all, five students in the area were awarded with grants this year. Besides the money, the program also offers mentoring opportunities; Creemore’s Doug Mills has been Dymond’s mentor, helping him with his business plan and other arrangements. Throughout the summer, Dymond will have examples of his work on display at the Ray’s Place booth at the Creemore Farmers’ Market. He can also be reached at 705-984-6969 or by emailing nick_dymond@hotmail.com.

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Opinion The Way We Were

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Some food for thought on wind turbines

As we head north from Creemore to Websterville (where there was no station but you could always stop the train with a wave), we have this series of shots taken by Peter Coates on his last journey on the train on April 20, 1955. At top is a picture of Engine No. 1364, taken before Coates boarded. Note the mailman, Joe Dixon, about to load his cargo at left. The pictures directly above and at left were taken from the train’s caboose, looking back at the St. John’s steeple and Sheppard’s Mill as the train left town.

Dear Editor: I refer to the letters the Echo has received over many months about wind turbines and I thought your readers, on both sides of the argument, may want to read the results sent to me of a poll, together with some facts from an article in the Independent newspaper in Britain. In other countries, the erection of wind turbines has not always been acceptable and groups have shown opposition not only about location but the value of turbines as such. The ComRes poll in Britain reveals surprisingly strong support for wind farms as “an acceptable price to pay” for greener energy in the future. Seven out of ten people favour more wind turbine farms built to meet Britain’s energy needs – despite a high profile political backlash from countysiders. Rural Conservative MPs are considering cuts in Treasury subsidies for on-shore wind farms. Critics claim turbines cause significant noise pollution and would not be economically viable without government subsidies. Politically, left wing voters in the last general election (Lib-Dems and Labour) agree with “acceptable price to pay,” returning 70 per cent in favour, compared with 58 per cent of Conservative voters disagreeing. As for age groups, young people 18 to 44 years of age showed 80 per cent in favour, compared with 59 per cent of those 45 and over. Geographically, of those agreeing, 72 per cent of those in London and the southeast, compared with 68 per cent in the north of England, 67 per cent in the midlands and 63 per cent in Wales and the southeast. A recent court case brought by wind turbine opponents in the village of Hemsby, Norfolk, resulted in Mrs. Justice Lange ruling in favour of the villagers, “... that the Government’s wind farm target did not outweigh the villagers’ right to preserve their landscape, harming the character, appearance and beauty spot on the edge of the Norfolk Broads.” This area is favoured by tourists. There are currently 3,144 onshore wind turbines in Britain, with 500 turbines offshore. The opponents to offshore turbines state that turbines are a danger to shipping. With so many wind turbines on a small island, it is interesting to note that no mention was made of health issues related to wind turbines. Sincerely, Ray Jackson, Terra Nova

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Creemore Big Heart Seniors Seniors

We all assembled for cards 265 and Betty Sharpe 259. on this very warm day, with Low was Elsie Longson the temperature peaking at with 115. about 33 degrees Celsius. The The recent collapse of part Legion is air conditioned, and of the mall at Elliot Lake much cooler than the outside left a lot of folks concerned temperature, but we were regarding the “whereabouts” Sylvia still grateful to Jim Rigney of Howard Tait, who lives in GALE for bringing in his fan once that town. Trying to contact again. I believe Jim left it at him by phone resulted in no the Legion so it could be utilized, but he answer, so I left a message (or two or does want it back when this heat wave three!). Several days after my original is over. call, he called us. It seems that he had Karl Seifert brought Janet Boudreau been on the mall roof on the Friday and back to Seniors after a long absence, and then left to go to his trailer for the week. it was great to see Betty Sharpe back The day after he had been at the mall, again this week. Bob Veale was absent as the roof collapsed. Soon as he got home he was not feeling well, so Warren Gale and found the message(s), he called to let helped Ray Leighton with the 50/50 everyone know he was OK, and to thank draws, which went to Earl Bentley, everyone for their concern. Phyllis Seed (on the ticket that she traded Our thanks on behalf of Nancy Strand Dave Smith for!), Tom Sharpe, Beulah for the large donation of wool from Dunn, Eileen Nash, Bert Douglas, Grace and Dianna Hector. I was talking Carol Faulkner and Barb Pilon. to Nancy, and she is looking forward to it When it came to moon shots, we were being delivered this week, and she sends soon made aware that there was one her thanks for everyone’s thoughtfulness. sharp player amongst us as the first three Warren’s granddaughter Nikki and her moon shots went to Janice Stephens, two kids, Tyler and Amber, visited with followed by Marg Ferguson, Mary us over the holiday weekend. They live in Gilchrest (2), June Hartley, Marion Ottawa, but are thoughtful about getting Kelly, Phyllis Seed, Doreen Murray, down here to see us every so often, which Elsie Longson and Jim Rigney. Jim we enjoy. They arrived in time to join won both the travelling prize and the with us for the Legion buffet breakfast Sidewinders loot. on July 1st, which we all enjoyed very High scorers were Tom Sharpe 290, much. It actually became brunch for Carol Faulkner 267, Janice Stephens our crew. Good food, good friends, a

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Sunday, July 8 “Heritage Day” at St. Paul’s Anglican, Singhampton at 11:30 a.m. In

Victoria Memorial United Church, Honeywood Only one service in July

conjunction with Osprey Museum’s 200th Anniversary Festival, St. Paul’s explores the roots of church in this area and those who helped it grow. All welcome!

St. Luke’s Anglican Church 22 Caroline St. W. 466-2206 For a joyful service of worship join us each Sunday at 11 am & Messy Church the last Sunday of each month at 4:30 pm

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hug and a “Canada” pin attached to my collar by Bob Ransier without any collateral damage made for a great day! (Just kidding, Bob. I wasn’t very worried when you were near my neck with a pin!) The tables were all dressed up in Canada’s signature red and white, and there was a small table beautifully set up in honour of missing comrades. A lovely “touching” touch. It was good to see Marg Ransier out with daughter Betty and son Bob and some friends, Hank and Minie Schutte, who were here from Bathmen, the Netherlands, visiting with Marg. George Ransier stayed with the Schuttes when he went back to Holland. My thanks to Bob McNicol for bringing in the 1951-52 “Gleaner” yearbook from the Collingwood District Collegiate Institute. The CDCI covered a huge area, and was near the time when several high schools amalgamated (including the Creemore Continuation School) to be bussed to Collingwood. But I found it interesting that the Collingwood school yearbook was printed at the offices of the Creemore Star! The accompanying photo came from this Gleaner. Recently, my daughter Sharon was cooking up a sugar syrup for the hummingbird feeder. Without her glasses, she reached up into the cupboard for the red food colouring and, finding a small bottle, she dumped it into the

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mix. Later, she was really surprised to see her syrup a funny brown colour. On checking, it seems that she had put rum flavouring into the bird feed instead of red colouring. She put it out, and reports that the “birds just loved it!” I wonder if there is a penalty in Alberta for making lushes out of wee birds?

Creemore High School Athletic Champions, 1951-52. Back: Orville Jamieson, Alex Wilson, John Thomson. Front: Rosemary Hammond, Pat Jordan, Helen Emmett.


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Wishing you a pleasant Weekend Mad River Golf Club 705-428-3673 • www.madriver.ca

Fred’s Funnies What do you call it when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie? A lunar assault!

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FAST FEET Twelve-year-old Cassidy Morgan (left) and 11-year-old Anna Carruthers (right), who have both had great success running for NCPS at the elementary school level, also belong to the South Simcoe Dufferin Track and Field Club, which is based out of Barrie. At a recent Legion track meet in Midland, a qualifier for the Canadian Youth Championships being held in Prince Edward Island this August, Morgan finished 2nd in the 800m and third in the 1200m and Carruthers finished 3rd in the 800m and 9th in the 1200m. Morgan’s time of 3 minutes, 38 seconds in the 1200m also qualified her to participate in the national championships. Carruthers missed qualifying by a little over a second, but her result was great considering it was her first year participating in the event.

JUNIOR TENNIS CAMP

TENNIS LESSONS

No tennis skills required Due to popular demand we are adding another camp in July. July 23–27

Semi-private and Private Lessons available throughout the summer Saturday mornings and weeknights.

for All Ages

for Ages 7 to13

For more info call Geoff Ayton

705-466-2005

gwayton@rogers.com

• Service Directory • Accountant Ramona A. Greer CGA Certified General Accountant 7351 Hwy 26, Stayner and Creemore by appointment

(705) 428-2171 Member of the Certified General Accountants of Ontario

Cleaning Cleaning Service Contact Kelly Martin Bus (705) 466-5124 Cell (416) 708-8489

Alternative Energy Animal Care

Susan’s Grooming Salon

Professional Grooming for all breeds 31 Caroline St. E East entrance OPEN Mon-Fri Call for appointments

Auto Mechanic

Valley Auto & Tech Repairs to all makes of cars and light trucks!

Safety’s & Fuel Injection

218 Main Street, Stayner

190 Mill Street T 705-466-3888

Real Estate

Want to sell? Call!

CREEMORE CHIROPRACTIC 15 ELIZABETH ST. E.

www.mollymaid.ca

FIRST STREET CHIROPRACTIC 69 FIRST ST. COLLINGWOOD

1-866-629-5396 705-422-0114

705 466-3447 705 293-3447

Contractor

Computer Repairs

Custom Ironwork

Gardening  



Over 30 years experience

Residential & Commercial

We weed, prune, edge, plant, water, cultivate, topdress, etc.

Make one call - we do it all Neil I McAvoy 705.466.3804

705 445-8713 Lawn and Garden

Don’t be a Hoser eh...Irrigate! gatt gate

Painter & Renovator

Paul Briggs Master Painter

(705) 466-5572

Over 25 Years Experience

Rentals

Hydroseeding Sodding Grading

705-428-4608 • 877-H20-LAWN

705 428-4608

Pet Care

Plumber

Susan’s Grooming Salon

Professional Grooming for all breeds 31 Caroline St. E East entrance OPEN Mon-Fri Call for appointments

T. NASH

PLUMBING Servicing Creemore and surrounding area

(705) 466-3746

(705) 466-5807

Services

Welding

Inc., Brokerage

Joseph Talbot

Licensed and insured

Machine Shop Facility • Custom Steel Fabrication & repairs • Decorative Iron Railing, Fences & Gates 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.-Monday to Friday Book ahead for Saturday Service Don Brearey or Gloria Howie

Plumber

Sales Representative ABR®, ASA, SRES®, AGA

www.clearviewlistings.com

georgianbay@mollymaid.ca

Drywall • Painting Carpentry • Tile Work Masonry • Roofing

RE/MAX Clearview

705-428-4500 • 705-733-5821

Free Estimates

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General Contracting Renovations & Repairs

General Practise of Law

Megan L. Celhoffer

CHIROPRACTOR

drpatrick@creemorechiro.com

519.938.6197

John L. Ferris

Cleaning Applications available at The Curiosity House Books & Gallery Dr. Neil Patrick Chiropractor

Garry Stamp, Owner/Operator

Experienced gardeners offering custom service

www.ferrislaw.ca

Membership – $25.00 (single) $50.00 (family)

Bus. (705) 428-3393 ~ Res. (705) 466-2343

3 Seasons Garden Care

Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Offering both lessons and competitive play for all ages and all levels from Spring to Fall.

(705) 466-3746

Gardening

Lawyer

www.creemoretennis.ca

Join us on the courts!

7685 Cty Rd 91 • 428-0131

phone 466-3334 • fax 466-5166

705-466-2149

Plumber

PLUMBER

Jason Gardner Qualified service for all your plumbing needs

Call for your free estimate Tel: (705) 466-3519

Window Cleaning


The Creemore Echo • Friday, July 6, 2012 •

Echo Classifieds For rent

in memoriam

real estate

Rooms for rent. Furnished. $130 per week includes shared living room, heat, hydro, wireless internet, satellite TV, parking. Linens supplied. No smoking. Call 705-444-4852.

Joslin, Audrey Edith – March 20, 1923 – July 5, 2010 Joslin, Stanley Milton – November 24, 1918 – July 9, 1968 In Loving Memory Wonderful memories woven in gold. This is a picture we tenderly hold. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. To love, to cherish and never forget Forever alive in the hearts Of your children Joan, Stan, Marlene, Wayne, Brenda, Heather, Jack and Robert

View lots of great Listings, on myWebsite. Visit www.clearviewlistings.com Joseph Talbot, ABR®, ASA, SRES®, AGA, Sales Representative, RE/ MAX Clearview Inc., Brokerage. Office: 705-428-4500 Direct Line/Text: 705-733-5821 jtalbot@remax.net “Or

Spacious renovated 1 and 2 bedroom with balcony apartment. 149 Mill Street. Call 705-466-3635.

for sale 310 New Holland square baler in good working condition $2500. Honda 70cc mini bike in excellent condition $1200. Wanted to buy Standing Hay. Call Jim Whitley 705-466-3541.

dining Friday Night Dinners at Affairs featuring homemade fish & chips, Beer-roasted Quarter Chickens with your choice of sides and spaghetti & meatballs. Open until 7 pm. Dine in or take-out. 705-466-5621. Mylar and Loretas Restaurant, Singhampton. Summer has the power to make us suffer and like it! Mylars is open at 9 a.m. every Sunday. For reservations call 705-445-1247.

thank you I would like to thank Shawn Hughson and Gary Kramers for organizing and coordinating the Canada Day Ball Hockey Tournament. I`m well aware that it takes an incredible amount of time to pull this type of an event together. You made it possible for all of Creemore to have a fantastic and fun-filled day! Thank you! David Dillon

notice The 50/50 Canada Day Draw of $57 at Creemore Legion was won by Gail Martin. We are grateful to her for donating her winnings back to the Legion. The BBQ 5110 was won by Brittany Cesta of Freelton.

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Submit your classified ad Deadline 5 pm Tuesday Email info@creemore.com

Call (705) 466-9906 or Fax 466-9908 $15 plus hst for 25 words or less

dinary Joe, Extraordinary Service”

Death notice

Death notice ASHBY, Judi Ann – Daughter of Gordon and Marian Mustard. She has a younger brother John and a sister Michelle sixteen years her junior. A bright girl of Scottish decent, skipped 2 years of public school and attended Leaside Public High School where she met her husband Stan Alan Ashby from North Toronto. They were married in 1972 after she left her course in Interior Design at Ryerson. She excelled at everything she attempted and the variety of her career skills made her a fitting example of a Universal Woman or Superwoman. From 1973 to 1977 she gave birth to Alysa Antares, David Orion and Megan Altair. With Judi’s support they have gone on to successful careers in Graphic Design, Software Development and Instructional Design, respectively. Collies have been part of their lives since before they were married 40 years ago. And as all good dogs go to heaven, Judi will prepare a place for the halfdozen or so that are currently on this earth. Judi has friends and relatives throughout the province and in Nova Scotia, BC, Manitoba, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Florida. Judi couldn’t be prouder of her 3 kids, 5 1/2 grand kids, 2 sons-in-law and daughter-in-law. Judi blessed the lives of all around her and will be greatly missed. A Celebration of Judi’s life for family and close friends will be held at Dods & McNair Funeral Home, 21 First St., Orangeville on Friday, July 6, 2012 at 1 pm with a visitation 1 hour prior to service time. (Condolences may be offered to the family at www.dodsandmcnair.com)

auctions Reminder: Important Estate & Antique Auction on Sat July 7th 9:30 a.m. at Shrine Club, 2265 Fairgrounds Rd., 11 km north of Creemore. Antiques, collectibles, jewellery man’s 18k gold Rolex,1906 $10 gold piece, china, crystal, Moorcroft, soapstone, Aynsley dinner set, paintings & artwork, Persian rugs, Pequegnat clocks inc rare King Edward, books, medals, piano rolls, violins, doll collection, memorabilia, advertising items, garden & hand tools, appliances, old Simcoe County newspapers, etc. Terms: Cash, Visa, Debit, 7 % B.P. Pifher Auction Service Ltd. 705-445-4848 An interesting auction with several boxes of fine crystal, china & collectibles packed prior to listing. Pics www.pifher.theauctionadvertiser.com

NEW OPENING TIMES AT Duff: William James “Bill” (Retired RCAF – Flight Lieutenant W.J. Duff - Veteran WWII) Peacefully at his own home, surrounded by his family and “his angels”, on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 in his 92nd year. Beloved husband of the late Paula. Loving father of Jamie Duff, and Stacey and her husband Kevin LePage. Grandpa of Megan and Jonathan, and Poppa of Ben, Katya and David. Fondly remembered by Mary Ann and Deb. Dear brother of Peg Tozak. Friends called at the Steckley-Gooderham Funeral Home, 30 Worsley St. Barrie, on Friday, June 29, 2012. Funeral Service was in the Chapel on Saturday June 30, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. If desired, donations may be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation, Heart and Stroke Foundation or Collier United Church. Condolences may be forwarded through www. steckleygooderham.com

CRE

Starting July 2, 2012

Monday to Thurday open at 9am Friday to Sunday open at 8am

705-466-2776

y summer with us EnjoTuesday to Thursday

Boca Nights Order a drink and appetizer combo from our new light boca menu

157 Mill St. (705) 466-3006 Auction Sale

for Verna Prosser, 237 Jane Street, Stayner

Directions In Stayner at the railroad tracks come south on Ontario Street to Superior Street turn right, then left on Warrington Street then left on Jane Street. Thursday evening July 12 at 4 p.m. Furniture Duncan Phyfe dining room suite 8 pc; Duncan Phyfe table; maple desk & chair; D.F. 4 dr dresser, 5 dr chest dbl bed & 2 night tables; Williams upright piano; cedar chest; corner shadow box; maple 3 dr chest; 2 maple single beds. Curio cabinet, sm ont corner cabinet; Singer treadle sewing machine; 2 pc cabinet; cloth chesterfields & swivel chairs; coffee & end talbes; mag rack etc; Chino glass Royal Albert Centennial Rose 12 place dinner set plates, c&s, 2 tea pots etc (very nice); Pinwheel, cranberry pcs; fancy bowls; Iris pitcher; cornflower wood ironing boards; washbasin set; Onedas cutlery set; collector spoons, caned cloth chairs; usual sm appliances; Corningware etc. garden tools (good clean sale) Partial sale held indoors. Terms cash cheques w/proper ID.

Bob Severn Auctioneer, Shelburne 519925-2091 www.auctionfind.com/severn

705 812.1611 www.mklynde.com 172 Mill St. Unit C, Creemore

Breedon’s Automotive REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES AND MODELS

Cars - Vans - Light Trucks Tires - Fuel Injection - Electronics MTO Safety Inspection Performance Parts & Service (705) 428-0550

310 Montreal Street Stayner, ON L0M 1S0 John & Kim Breedon


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Hockey photos by David Dillon

Fireworks photos by Alicia Lawson

ONE WEEK ONLY!

July 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 at 8pm July 17 & 19 at 2pm A werewolf, a vampire, a mystery, a murder or two, an Egyptian mummy brought back to life… you’ll be howling with laughter! This hilarious ‘send-up’ of Gothic melodrama, Victorian thrillers and Hollywood horror mocks every cliché from Dracula to Alfred Hitchcock. Subscription Matinee $144 only $112 Subscription Anytime $144 only $119 Adult $36 • Group (10+) $31 • Youth $18 • eyeGO $5 All prices plus HST and $3 handing fee.

Theatre-Gourmet Dining Package - $79 2012 SEASON SPONSOR

Box Office: 7-65 Simcoe St., Weekdays 11-3pm

Tickets available at Gayety Theatre one hour prior to showtime Performance Location

(705) 445-2200 • 1 (866) 382-2200 www.theatrecollingwood.com

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O CANADA! The Legion’s Canada Day celebrations got off to a tasty start when Brian and Diane McKay (awarded the 2012 Citizens of the Year for their volunteer work with the Tree Committee, the Community Christmas Dinner and the Blackdown Cadets work crews) cut the cake along with Councillor Thom Paterson, Mayor Ken Ferguson and Legion president Jim Richards (above left). Meanwhile, the Old Mill House Pub and Shawn Hughson of the Creemore Sunday Night Hockey League hosted a 2nd Annual Street Hockey Tournament that saw 12 teams competing on three surfaces on Elizabeth Street East, complete with fourNOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON foot endboards built by Gary Kramers. “A” Division champs Come and see the early (top right) were “The Hasbins,” sponsored by Charlie Coates blooming plants! of CBJ Heating. Mixed Division champs (middle right) were “Downtown Creemore,” organized by local MMA fighter Lonnie Special sale of selected varieties at half price until July 2 Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon ~ 10 am - 5 pm ~ Smith. And winning the shootout competition (below right) June 29 through Labour Day was “Hardware” Dave Dillon. Of course, the day ended with Directions: Take Airport Road south past Avening. Turn another spectacular fireworks show organized (and subsidized) west on the 3/4 Sideroad and follow signs to farm. by Jeff Clarmo of Northstar Fireworks. For more Canada #3757 Conc. 3. Terms: cash or cheque. Day pictures, including some great action shots of the hockey Julie & Tom Wilson tournament, visit www.thecreemoreecho.com. (705)466-2916 • www.wilsondaylilies.com

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