Friday, August 6, 2010
Vol. 10 No. 32
News and views in and around Creemore
Inside the Echo
Arrival of Giant Hogweed is a concern.
The Gales feed an army in Avening.
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TOPS IN CANADA AGAIN
The 2010 Canadian Oldtimers Champion Dufferin-Simcoe Rockers. Back row, left to right: Steve Harrison, Todd Breedon, Dan Gowan, Rick Coker, Roger Maes, Bob Forbes, Greg McKee, Dick Cauthers and Rich Salvatore. Front row, left to right: Brent Bailey, Kevin Green, Terry Gowan, Joe Lopes, Tom Arnold, Tom Anderson and Greg MacDonald. The Number 29 jersey is in honour of former Rockers coach and Duntroon resident Paul Carruthers.
NATIONAL CHAMPS Dan, Terry Gowan and Dufferin-Simcoe Oldtimers team win second consecutive Canadian Championship
The Dufferin-Simcoe Rockers Oldtimers Baseball Team travelled to Vancouver, B.C. on the August long weekend where they successfully defended the Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Championship they won last year in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The Rockers, with number 29 on their uniform sleeves in memory of their late manager Paul ‘Siv’ Carruthers of Duntroon, who passed away in May, went undefeated in the tournament.
They defeated Spring Lake, Alberta 8-1, Comox, B.C. 2-1, and Burlington, Ontario 5-3 in the preliminary round, followed by a 4-2 win over Edmonton, Alberta in the semi-finals. The Rockers faced Comox once again in the championship game, scoring six runs in the first inning on route to an 8-2 victory. This is the third National Championship for the Rockers in the last six years. The team features two Creemore residents, Dan Gowan (who also currently plays for the Creemore Braves) and Terry Gowan, two former Creemore residents, Rick Coker and Bob Forbes, and one former Creemore Brave, Kevin Green. For results from the first game of the Braves’ first round playoff series against the Lisle Astros, see page 10.
Dorothy Shropshire (right) was the big winner at last Saturday’s Creemore Horticultural Society Flower Show, taking first place ribbons in three specialty categories, including this prize for the Most Outstanding Exhibit. Here she is being presented with her prize by Hort Society president Dawn McPherson. For lots more flower pictures, see pages 6 and 7. Serving Mulmur & The Creemore Hills for 34 years
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Submit your community events email@example.com phone: (705) 466-9906 fax: (705) 466-9908
Friday, August 6 to Sunday, August 8
• Open Garden at Nottawasaga Daylilies from 10 am to 5 pm each day. Good bloom. See ad on page 12.
Thursday, August 5 to Sunday, August 8
• 60th Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle Championship. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Shelburne. See www.shelburnefiddlecontest.on.ca for details.
Friday, August 6 to Sunday, August 8
• 37th Annual Alliston Potato Festival. Visit www. allistonpotatofestival.com for details.
Friday, August 6
• Annual Pig Roast at Jubilee Presbyterian Church Stayner from 5 to 7 pm. Adults $12.50, children $5, preschoolers free. • An evening of art & food. Creemore Inspired. from 6 to 9 pm view 4 new exhibits at Curiosity House, Maplestone Gallery, Moyaboya & Mad&Noisy Gallery with an apres art menu available at Chez Michel (reservations recommended at 466-3331).
Saturday, August 7
• Valley Market – a gathering of handmade items, baked goods, home businesses and more. ATM machine. Chip Truck. Vendors. 8 am to 1 pm. 15 minutes west of Creemore on the corners of Cty Rds 9 and 124 in Maple Valley. Everyone welcome. Still booking vendors. For info call (705) 716-4866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. • The Best Preserves & Pickles Competition. Judging will be Saturday, August 7 by Bernardin to wrap up the Eat Local Week. Prizes for 1st & 2nd place in each category. • Author Signing. Join Sonia Day as she signs her laugh out loud memoir Middle Aged Spread & her organic edible gardening book Incredible Edibles. Come to Creemore Farmers’ Market from 10 am to noon or Curiosity House from 2 to 4 pm. • Art Array official opening today from 3 to 5pm at TheArts Centre, 163 Hurontario Street, Collingwood. The show
runs until August 30 everyday from 11 am to 5 pm daily. Bryan Davies is showing in this group of 11 artists. bmfa. on.ca or www.bryandavies.com 466-5775. • Benefit Dance for Jessie Hill from 8 pm to 1 am at Creemore Legion. 50/50 draw, door prizes, Buffet provided and video dance. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Tickets sold at the Echo on sale now.
Sunday, August 8
• Church Services are listed on page 5. • Praise in the Park with New Lowell United Church at New Lowell Conservation Area at 10:15 am. Bring your own lawn chair. Worship service & light picnic lunch following. Rain or shine! • Please join us for a 50th Wedding Anniversary Open House Celebration for Walter & Audrey Sheffer at Stayner Brethren in Christ Church from 2 to 4 pm. Please no gifts or cards. There will be a book to sign for your best wishes.
Upcoming Events Monday, Aug. 9 to Friday Aug. 13
• The Mad and Noisy Gallery Children’s Art Classes at Station on the Green. Come join local artists and learn new skills in drama, drawing, painting, sculpture, even jewelry making! For kids ages 4-6 and 7-12. For more information contact 4665555 Monday, August 9 • Canadian Blood Services Blood Donor Clinic at Angus Arena from 3 to 6:30 pm. Call 1-888 2 DONATE to make a reservation. • Public Meeting concerning the 129 acre residential/ commercial development in Nottawa at 7 pm at Stayner at the Clearview Council Chambers.
Tuesday, Aug 10
• Sara Hershoff & Brad Holden are on 97.7 The Beach this morning between 9 and 10 am to talk “All Things Creemore”. Don’t miss it!
Wednesday, August 11
• Creemore Business Networking Association meeting at Just Push Play Arcade 8:30am-9:30am. This month’s topic is ‘Moving Forward’.
Tuesday, August 10 & 17
• Creemore Skating Club Registration at the Creemore Arena from 6:30 to 8 pm. Early bird fees will apply on these two dates. A third and final registration will be held on Wednesday, September 8 at the Creemore Arena from 6:30 to 8 pm, regular fees will apply on this date. After September 8, regular fees plus a $50 late fee will apply. For more information, please call Dan at 428-6781.
Thursday, August 12
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Saturday, August 14
• 1st Annual Creemore Arcade and Pinball Machine Swap Meet. Station on the Green. 12pm-5pm. Free admission. Buy, sell or trade for all your games room needs. Call Just Push Play Arcade 466-6668 for more info.
• Music in the Park at Stayner’s Station Park from 7 to 9 pm featuring Carlos del Junco & Steve Strongman tonight. Bring your lawn chairs. • Storytime at Curiosity House Books. Stories and activities for children ages 18 months to 6. 10:30 to 11:15am. • Meditation: Buddhist Wisdom for Modern Times. Free public talk with Canadian Buddhist Monk. At Station on the Green from 10 to 11:30 am this Saturday & again next Saturday, August 21. kalpabhadra.ca • Community Bridal Shower for Leanne Crooke, fiancée of Brett Trott, from 2 to 4 pm at the Avening Hall. For more information call Heather at 428-3225.
Monday, August 16 to Saturday, August 21
• Leisa Way stars in Sweet Dreams: A Tribute to Patsy Cline starring & featuring The Wayward Wind a 4 piece country band with Bruce Ley presented by Theatre Collingwood. Hear 30 of Patsy Cline’s greatest hits & more. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday to Saturday at 8 pm, Wednesday at 2 pm. For ticket information call (705) 445-2200 or www.theatrecollingwood.com.
Thursday, August 19
• Music in the Park at Stayner’s Station Park from 7 to 9 pm featuring Sheesham & Lotus tonight. Bring your lawn chairs.
Thursday, August 19 to Saturday, August 21
• Dry Stone Wall Making Course at Knox Presbyterian Church in Dunedin. For information call
Saturday, August 22
Thursday, September 9
• Living On Purpose- an 8 week course on Creating a Life that Truly Fits. Thursdays, 7-9:30 beginning Sept. 9. $285. Early bird registration $250 by August 25. Led by Shelley Hannah, Spirit-based Life Coach. For more info or to register, please call 705-466-2387, or email email@example.com.
Saturday, September 18
• Harvest Festival at the New Farm, with Ressor – a play performed by Kitchenband Productions, a delicious BBQ dinner and a concert with the Sunparlour Players. Gates open at 5 pm – with appetizers served until the play starts at 6 pm followed by dinner and amazing live music by Sunparlour Players at 9pm. Cash bar. Proceeds benefit The Stop. For info contact (705) 4669906. Tickets available soon at aveninghall. switchwebsites.com, Creemore Echo and Curiosity House Books.
Saturday, October 2
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Keep an eye out for, and be wary of, Giant Hogweed We’ve been receiving many calls from horticulturally minded people with concerns about Giant Hogweed, an invasive species currently moving into the area. Here is the information recently ciruclated by the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority regarding the plant. Where does Giant Hogweed come from? Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) is a plant native to Asia. It was likely introduced to North America as an ornamental garden plant. With no known diseases or insect pests here in Canada, the plant has escaped into the wild and has become an invasive species which threatens our natural ecosystems. What does it look like? Giant hogweed resembles some of our native species such as Angelica, Queen Anne’s Lace, and Cow parsnip. Unlike native species, Hogweed can grow up to 5 metres tall and has an herbaceous stem 5 to 10 centimetres in diameter. The stem and leaf stalks are hollow, covered with coarse hairs, and are often purple-spotted. The compound leaf is deeply grooved and can span one metre across. In summer, Hogweed produces a white umbrella-shaped flower from June to July, which will produce large flat oval seeds. Where is it found? Although native to Asia, Giant Hogweed has invaded many regions of the world, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. Locally, sightings have been reported in the towns of Collingwood, New Tecumseth, Mono and the townships of Adjala-Tosorontio, Essa and Mulmur. Hogweed is able to live in a variety of habitats, but is generally found in moist soils. It is often seen along roadside ditches, stream banks, and vacant lots. How does Giant Hogweed impact our local environment? With its broad leaves and dense canopy, Giant Hogweed often out-competes native species, reducing the variety of species that grow in the surrounding area. Its invasive potential is increased by the vast number of seeds it can produce – up to 50,000 per plant! These seeds can spread short distances by the wind, be carried by wildlife or human activity or float downstream in rivers to colonize new areas. Generally they are found within 10 metres of the parent plants. Seeds can remain viable for 7 to 15 years. Be cautious around Giant Hogweed Giant Hogweed poses a serious health threat – if you come across it or think you have it on your property, do not touch it. Hogweed stalks, leaves, and bristles contain a noxious sap that sensitizes skin to sunlight. Contact between the skin and sap can occur by brushing up against or breaking the plant’s bristles, stalks or leaves. Once the sap comes into contact with skin, exposure to sunlight can cause severe burns and painful blistering, usually within 48 hours. Blisters can develop into purple and black scars, leading to years of recurring inflammation and dermatitis (skin irritation), as well as permanent scarring. Contact between the sap and eyes can lead to temporary or permanent blindness. Safety tips for working around Giant Hogweed Please follow these safety tips when working in and around Giant Hogweed:
Giant Hogweed making its presence known near a beaver pond in Severn Township. • Wear full-length clothing and closed-toed shoes, being careful to not leave bare skin exposed • Wear gloves, a mask and safety helmet with face shield if undertaking any Hogweed control measures • Immediately launder clothing that has come into contact with Giant Hogweed • Use soap and water to wash down equipment that has made contact with Hogweed What to do if you’ve come into contact with Giant Hogweed • Cover up affected areas and keep them out of direct sunlight • Wash affected areas immediately with soap and cold water • Seek medical attention as soon as possible Options for controlling Giant Hogweed The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority lists these options for controlling Giant Hogweed as suggestions only and does not assume responsibility for any health issues that may arise from landowners coming into contact with Giant Hogweed. • Weed whackers and mowing should not be used to control Hogweed plants because it can spray the phototoxic sap into the air, exposing the operator to potential injury. Mowing will not eradicate Giant Hogweed effectively and serves only to stimulate budding on the rootstalk. Plants are able to re-sprout and flower again in the same season when mowed. • Small infestations can be effectively hand-pulled or dug up (using proper safety measures). Isolated plants should be carefully removed in order to stop them from invading larger areas. It is important that the removed plants be double or triple-bagged in garbage bags (clear works best but black is also suitable) and laid out in the sun to liquefy for a minimum of one week before disposing of them in the trash. Do not place bags in the trash before the sun treatment or compost the plants as this will lead to further seed dispersal and infestation. • Large infestations of Giant Hogweed can be treated with the herbicide Roundup (available at home and garden retail centres). Under the new Cosmetic
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Pesticide Ban, landowners are able to use Roundup (a Class 7 pesticide) to control poisonous plants on their own property. An initial application is best applied between March and early June, and again in July or August to kill any remaining plants. To minimize impacts on non-target species, spray only when there is no wind, avoid spraying near water, follow all herbicide directions, and only apply as permitted under the pesticide ban. For more information on pesticide use and restrictions, call the Ontario Ministry of the Environment’s Public Information Centre at 1-800-565-4923 or visit www.ene.gov.on.ca/en/land/ pesticides/ • Monitor the same location in following years (spring and summer). Seeds in the soil can be viable for 7 to 15 years, so continued vigilance in monitoring the area for newly germinating plants is important. Report all Giant Hogweed and other invasive species sightings to the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters/Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources by calling the Invading Species Hotline at 1-800-563-7711 or visit www.invadingspecies. com. Please report sightings of Giant Hogweed in the Nottawasaga Valley watershed to the NVCA by calling Brad Pettersone at (705) 424-1479, ext. 260, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that the NVCA does not have the resources to assist with removal of Giant Hogweed. THE LORD HAS BLESSED THEM WITH 50 YEARS........
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The Boys of Summer
Seats at the Rogers Centre may be mostly empty these days and the Toronto Blue Jays may be a pale shadow of the team they were in the early 1990s, but that hasn’t changed the status of baseball around here. The Creemore/New Lowell area has always been a baseball hotbed, and as our front page story this week shows, it continues to be. For the second year in a row, a team of Oldtimers made up of present and former NDBL players and featuring a sizable Creemore contingent has laid claim to a national championship, which is certainly something to be proud of. And our own Braves started their 2010 playoff march with a win this week, hoping to return to the not-toodistant glory years of 2005 to 2008, when they won four NDBL championships in a row (they have won 16 in total since 1931, six more than any other team in the league). If any of you have an appreciation for the grand old game of baseball, if you enjoy the lazy rhythm of innings and outs, but you have never been to a Creemore Braves game, we encourage you to check them out. The baseball is high-calibre, and the home team has a proud history. There’s no time like the present to jump on the bandwagon.
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THe way we were
This picture, submitted to the Echo by David McNeil, was taken in 1903. The New Lowell train station pictured burned down in 1910. The four men at right are the Coulter brothers, the father and uncles of Mrs. William Tivendale.
Allow community investment in wind power What brought you here? Dear Editor: We have been presented with a litany of positions in meetings and the press recently about the risks and benefits of wind turbines. Even with a Master’s degree in engineering, the one thing I know about science is that it is easy to manipulate in the court of public opinion. If it weren’t so, seatbelts would have been mandatory long before they were, smoking would have been banned in public places long before it was and governments would have acted on climate change way before they did (or didn’t). So I do not propose to weigh in on the science of wind turbines. What I do believe is definitely wrong about industrial wind is that a few neighbours impose scenic and sonic changes on many. Pitting neighbours against each other is obviously disastrous for communities. Having green energy doesn’t matter if it is powering unstable communities. Unless there is community buy-in, industrial wind is a bad idea. If they needed to have community investment to obtain the increased rates that make them attractive to Bay Street, then they would exist where they should exist. Community investment is something that was applied in the island of Samso in Denmark, and I believe it should be seriously explored here before we get into neighbourhood destruction. From personal experience of nine weeks of travelling in Southern Europe, we saw at least one turbine every day, but almost never in clusters like we are seeing in Ontario. In the Black Forest, which has a profile very similar to Mulmur, they were widely spaced. There are lessons to be learned that we do not seem interested in.
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I believe the engagement resulting from community involvement would be that accurate medical, scientific and economic information would be developed rather than the confrontational, litigation-inspired approach we are seeing today. I think we have prepared as a society to make that kind of change to how we make decisions. The end result would be turbine locations that would be optimized for all. I believe this is a responsible alternative to rapid industrialization, which after all has created the need for green energy in the first place. I even have an acronym for it: ACTION – Approve Community Turbines In Ontario. Peter Halsall, Smithdale
Local historian searches for poem Letter to the Editor: I am looking for a copy of the poem that goes “I saw them chase the gypsies / Out of the little town / And it made me think of autumn leaves / Red, yellow and brown.” It was in an English book I had in Grade 10. If you can help me please phone me at (705) 445-3635 or send a copy to 7750 Sideroad 36/37, Nottawa, ON, L0M 1P0. Thanks! Helen Blackburn, Nottawa
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Dear Editor: We moved our family to this beautiful location 20 years ago. We came for the clean, clear air, the hiking, swimming, skiing/boarding and golf. We delight in the birds; the wildlife sightings; the trout in the fast-flowing streams in the spring; the extensive trails; the snowy, cold winters; the rural, green vistas and spectacular Nottawasaga Bay. I think this is why most of us enjoy Simcoe County. Are these things slowly disappearing? When we realise this will it be too late? As we continue to expand, precious wetlands are threatened; the Niagara Escarpment, a World Biosphere and local treasure at our footsteps, is being violated; the farmlands and escarpment lands are rapidly turning into commercial developments; increased traffic is causing congestion and car fumes; the cherished, small-town community interactions are less evident and litter/vandalism are on the rise. Re-examine what brought and keeps you here. What qualities draw in the tourists by the thousands? Without our natural attractions we become an everywhere place. It is the responsibility of every citizen to learn what values your Councillors represent. If these treasures we share are a concern to you, please come and express your views at a public meeting organized by AWARE-Simcoe on Saturday, August 14, from 10 am to 12:30 pm at the Father Allard Hall, St. Mary,s Church, 63 Elgin St., Collingwood. Sincerely, Margaret Willis, Collingwood
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We had 54 members out We are sorry to hear today, and Vice President that Reg Rawn will be Ray Leighton introduced undergoing surgery this two newcomers, Marie week. We extend our hopes Peardon and Marg that everything goes well Chambers, who we were with you over the coming pleased to welcome. weeks, Reg, and best wishes The 50/50 draws went for a speedy recovery. It Sylvia GALE to Barb Pilon, Marg sounds as if your neighbours Chambers, Marg Hope – Jack, Evvie, Gertie and (2), Sylvia Gale, Vi Matthews, Janice others – are doing all they can to help Stephens and Audrey Fines. you at this time. Moon shots were played by Roy Also, well wishes go out to Don Veinot, Dave Smith, Dean Chestnut, Scace of Mansfield who, I understand, June Hartley, Effie Taylor, Laura recently underwent heart bypass Conner, Phyllis Seed, Kevin Keogh, surgery. Hope you are soon feeling Alma Seifert, Doreen McDermid, better, Donnie, as you and Joey are Effie Taylor again and then Carol really missed on Thursday evenings Faulkner just scooped the travelling in Creemore. prize away from Effie at the last We would also like to let Winston moment. Roy won the Sidewinders Ferguson know that he is often thought loot. of, and there are many wishes for him High scorers were Marie Peardon to have a complete recovery from his 312, Effie Taylor 277, Gerri Miller back problems that will leave him free 270 and Phyllis Seed 267. The low of pain. score of 89 belonged to our one and Last Friday, anyone in Avening only Ron Hartley. The hidden score would have been justified if they had of 174 did not go, so it will be worth looked around, seen all the cadets in $22 next week. uniform, and then began to wonder if Our thanks to Irma Flack for we “Aveningites” had decided to hold bringing in a zucchini from her garden our own little war! You see, there had to be given away, and then she had a been mention in the Echo of Charlie very pretty granddaughter meet her Company Cadets being available after cards, so Irma will have some to do work for seniors or disabled much-looked-forward-to company for people or anyone unable to do certain a little while. jobs on their property. Brian and
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Sunday, August 8 Creemore United Pastoral Charge Summer Schedule: August 8 - Praise in the Park at New Lowell Conservation Area at 10:15 am August 15 - St. John’s at 10:15 am August 22 - Avening at 10:15 am All are welcome 466-2200
Knox Presbyterian Church Dunedin Sunday Service at 10 am All are welcome to join us.
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explore your faith at a pace that is right for you. Stayner Brethren in Christ Church
Contact us for day camp info and summer activities for youth 6th Conc., 1 Km N. of Cty. Rd. 91
Join us at St. Luke’s Anglican Church 22 Caroline St. W. 466-2206 For a joyful service of worship join us at 11 am. All are welcome.
The Salvation Army Hope Acres Community Church Invites you to attend Sunday Church Services at 10:45 am 998614 Mulmur Tosorontio Townline, Glencairn For more info call (705) 466-3435
Creemore Baptist Church Sunday School for all ages at 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. 12 Wellington Street West For info call (705) 466-6232 All are welcome
St. Andrew’s Maple Cross Presbyterian Church 1 Caroline Street West Worship & Sunday School at 10 am. “Where Jesus is Lord, all are welcome.” Rev. Elizabeth Inglis • 466-5838
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Above: Diane McKay instructs the troops at the home of Sylvia and Warren Gale. Below: Breaktime for the hungry workers. The fact that Warren is a Second World War veteran made the visit extra special for the cadets.
Diane McKay of the Creemore Tree Committee had previously had these young folks help them plant bushes and trees and do weeding and such, so they were the folks in charge of allotting the cadets out to do a variety of jobs. I had inquired about having some of them down here to trim back brush, etc., and when they arrived (two busses full!), there were about 75 eager young folks ready to work. They had their own military supervisors, but Diane McKay knew exactly what to do to make everything go smoothly. They brought tools, gloves, a couple of folding tables, eight watermelons, a couple of coolers fixed up to add ice water to one, and water to lemonade concentrate in the other. I added a large container of almonds and one of jelly beans, and on their break the cadets, being normal, healthy young folks, devoured it all. They finished their time here by lining up across the end of the field and doing a “garbage sweep” to make sure it was all cleaned up. These were wonderful, friendly, polite young folks who, judging by their actions here, will be a credit to the military should they choose to carry on in that career. And we couldn’t have had anyone better than Brian and Diane to guide them in their jobs around Creemore and area. The quiet, laidback
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but knowledgeable manner in which they informed the young folks just what they needed to be doing and how to get it done right was just perfect. All in all, a great experience, and yes, I do need them again if possible as things had really got behind around here. And as you know, the Manitoba maples (box elders) in this area will take advantage of you if you are not constantly cutting them back. We had a fun bus trip to Rama this week and again we would like to thank Norma Johnston for providing the goodies to soothe our sweet tooth – or would that be sweet teeth? Also, thanks to Betty Crawford for her humorous poem, and to everyone who brought jokes, even though the microphone wasn’t working very well. Our next trip is on September 7, and it is still only $5. Call Sylvia at 466-5732. And a note to Barbara and Craig Simpson – are you folks going to escape your bus trip to Rama with us? Our time may have run out to have the pleasure of your company on one of our zany outings, and it’s not often that we let someone who has expressed an interest in going with us get out of our clutches. So maybe when you are back for a visit? It is now August and, just for the heck of it, does anyone know where July went this year?
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Flower Show Winners
Winners at last Saturday’s Horticultural Flower Show included Dorothy Shropshire (upper right), who won for Most Outstanding Exhibit (left), Judges Choice (above) and Best Hosta (upper right); Sharon McLellan, Cheryl Robertson and an absent Helen Anning for best Bridal Shower Display (lower left); Linda Wright, who won the Hisey Award for Best Annual (below); and David Johnson, who won a special award for not following instructions in the Bridal Shower category.
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The Station on the Green is now accepting donations of gently used books for their fundraising sale.
Current ction, art, gardening, biography books preferred.
To arrange for book donation drop-off after August 23 or info please call
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Saturday, August 7
10 am to Noon – Creemore Farmers’ Market 2 pm to 4 pm – Curiosity House Meet the Toronto Star gardening columnist, artist and the author of six books. Her memoir, Middle Aged Spread, tells the story of her transition from city to country life. Incredible Edibles is her most recent book, a lavishly illustrated guide to how to start and maintain an organic edible garden.
Upcoming Events Saturday, September 4 10 am to Noon Winnie the Pooh At the Children's Market Creemore Farmers' Market Sunday, September 12 Author Signing Cathy Buchanan The Day the Falls Stood Still
Summer Story Time
Saturday, August 14 10:30 to 11:15 am Children from 18 months to 6 years of age will enjoy some entertaining tales and activities with Miriam.
Curiosity House Books 134 Mill St. Creemore 705.466.3400 open 7 days a week
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EATING LOCAL Last Saturday’s 100 Mile Food Challenge kick-off featured YOUNG GARDENERS Winning several awards in the children’s categories
at the Creemore Horticultural Society Flower Show were Alyson Wright, Michelyn S. and Jamie Wright. Presenting their prizes is Hort Society president Dawn McPherson.
a much-appreciated “all-local” pancake breakfast at the Creemore Farmers’ Market, presented by the 100 Mile Store and the New Farm. Above right, Jordan and Sola Menicucci get ready to enjoy their breakfast.
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where they resided until Lorna May was born 1987. in Hamilton, Ontario, With a yen for farm life, on April 27, 1955, and they acquired a hundredsoon moved to Sudbury, acre farm on the 5th Line near where she received her Banda Corners, complete public and high school with two cows and one education. At the age of Ken bull. Due to the dictates nine she started taking THORNTON of nature, they eventually private piano lessons, and ended up with 40 cows. As from 1974 until 1984 she this was a hobby farm with a duration was tutored by the well-known Earle of 18 years, Doug continued his line Moss in Toronto. of work in Brampton until a move to In 1986 Lorna was engaged by Elmvale, where he was employed 20 the Royal Conservatory of Music years before the plant closed. in Toronto as a teacher. During this During their busy life the couple period she travelled at her own expense were blessed with two daughters, to Nice, France and Santa Clara, Megan born on December 1, 1983 California, to enhance her studies. followed by Caitlin on July 19, 1985, With a rueful smile she recalls sitting and now have one granddaughter, in front of a beaten up old piano in Sydney. Santa Clara for six hours, mere steps In 1988 Lorna began playing the from an inviting beach. Welded to organ at St. Luke’s Anglican Church, her piano bench, Lorna loathed every the position previously filled by tinkle from the antiquated instrument, Mrs. Kinghan, Mary Miller and asking herself why she took up the Dorothy Shropshire. Lorna has been, piano. and still is, an intricate part of St. In 1978 Lorna became an examiner, Luke’s. In 2004 she participated in a and she continues to travel across Diploma program at Wycliffe College the country from Vancouver to in Toronto to expand her duties, and in Fredericton, judging the caliber of December 2007 she was ordained with hopeful students. the title of Deacon. It should be noted Lorna was married in 1982 to that St. Luke’s is a community-minded Doug Lowe, a printer who hails from church, and Lorna freely admits that Lincoln, Nebraska. This love match without their full support it would was organized by a mutual friend. be impossible to fulfill many of her After their marriage in Sudbury, the commitments. happy couple moved back to Toronto,
than her average age, I was impressed that she has denied herself many of life’s pleasures to accomplish her goal. But to hear her play piano now, you know it was all worth it. Hobbies include reading, crossword puzzles, gardening and her major love, cycling. Physically fit, she doubtless could qualify for the Olympics. Her dream is to one day cycle for a month across France and Italy. When discussing how in today’s world everything is geared to going “green,” Lorna readily asserts that a return to community vegetable gardening would be an asset. Several years ago plots of land were assigned to recipients and it was not uncommon Lorna May to see neighbours, friends, etcetera, Congratulations, Lorna, we applaud diligently planting or reaping the fruits you and consider ourselves fortunate of their harvest. In addition, this created to have you in our midst. Volunteer bonds of friendship which added to a assistance is always a welcome community spirit. During the war commodity, but in the final analysis years this was a common practice, you are the catalyst that makes it and today it could be constructive happen. involving a younger generation in the Speaking of which, Lorna and growing of vegetables. Maybe some Doug have recently launched a new enterprising gentleman will donate enterprise under the name Husker part of his land to this worthwhile House. If you and your sweetie wish CREEMORE ECHO • Friday, February cause. 1, 2008 • to take a few days off without having Okay, Lorna, if you’ve finished to worry about your house, babysit your coffee we’re done here, and your dog or even water your flowers, just because you can’t balance a give Lorna or Doug a call and you’re checkbook or tend to make snap out of here. judgments makes you no less popular While interviewing this vibrant with me. Have a nice day, and thank personality, who looks more like 35 you for an excellent chat.
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Friday, August 6, 2010
Braves take Game 1 of opening playoff series against Lisle by Fred Mills While the Oldtimers were defending their national title last weekend in Vancouver, New Lowell hosted a tournament to keep teams mentally and physically ready for the playoff run. In the first game, Creemore was defeated by Nepean 2-1 on Saturday. The Braves rebounded, edging out Mansfield 9-8 on Sunday. They were then squeaked out by the hosts by a score of 6-5.
On Wednesday night, the Braves began their quest for the NDBL Championship with a twilight game in Creemore. It was a pitching duel, with Lisle’s Mark Horan going toe to toe against Creemore’s Brad Grieveson. Grieveson went the distance, allowing only three hits and striking out 11 batters, earning him and the Braves the win and a 1-0 series lead. The Braves collected five hits, courtesy of Brett Trott, Bryan Post,
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Tom Gateman, Jason Thomson and Todd Gowan with a two run homer in the bottom of the 6th inning for the win. Final score: Creemore 2, Lisle 0. Game 2 of the series takes place in Lisle at 2 pm on Saturday, August 7. Game 3 will be in Creemore on Sunday, August 8 at 1 pm. If necessary, Game 4 goes at 6:15 pm on Tuesday, August 10 in Lisle and Game 5 in Creemore at 6:15 pm on Wednesday, August 11.
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In summer the song sings itself. Mylar And Loreta’s Restaurant, Singhampton (705) 445-1247.
JAMES & KAREN (RAINBIRD) CUBITT and big brother Ryan proudly announce the arrival of CARA JULIE FILENA on Thursday, July 22, 2010 weighing 7 lb 9 oz. Grandchild to Eldon and Janet Cubitt and Dennis & Marg Rainbird and great grandchild to Dorothy Griffiths and Filena Mills. Nephew to Amy & Aaron Douglas. Rob & Joanne Kendrick and the late Julie Rainbird-Kendrick. Cousin to Madison & Gavyn Douglas, Todd Cummings and Ashley, Jackson & Kate Rainbird-Kendrick.
celebrations Please join us for a 50th Wedding Anniversary Open House Celebration for Walter & Audrey Sheffer at Stayner Brethren in Christ Church on Sunday, August 8 from 2 to 4 pm. Please no gifts or cards. There will be a book to sign for your best wishes. Community Bridal Shower for Leanne Crooke, fiancée of Brett Trott, on Sunday August 15 from 2 to 4 pm at the Avening Hall. For more information call Heather at 428-3225. .
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for rent New Rooms for rent. Furnished. $110 per week includes shared living room, heat, hydro, wireless internet, 3210 satellite TV, parking. Linens supplied. No smoking. Call (705) 444-4852. Approx 900 sq feet of retail space 3 on Creemore Main Street. Call (705) 5 9 4 466-5246.
daycare Building Blocks Home Daycare currently has full and part time, before and after school spots available for fall 2010. For more information or to set up a play date please call 705-466-6355.
5 Good Food 1 Box6 Program,9 a The volunteer4run2 organization, 3 helps families eat a healthier diet with fresh 1 and vegetables. 8 9 4 pay 7 fruit Order and by Wednesday, 7 August 8 311 by phoning Lorna May at 466-2759. Pick up on 2 Wednesday, August 18. $10/small or $14/large.
property for sale Vacant land for sale, 8.7 acres, 74 Sydenham Trail W., near Duntroon, View of Georgian Bay, privacy, dead end road, well treed, driveway, drilled well. (705) 445-6095, www. viewofgeorgianbay.com
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ROBERTSON, Mary Elizabeth (Keene) - With her devoted family by her side, our dearest Mary or "Meema" peacefully passed away Friday July 30, 2010. Mary is survived by her husband Stuart, her daughter Sydney and son James and her sister Susan Warner Keene. The family thanks the staffs of the General & Marine Hospital in Collingwood and the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto for their care given to Mary and her family. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Georgian Bay Animal Rescue at PO Box 492, Collingwood ON L9Y 4B2 in Mary’s name would be most appreciated as an expression of her lifelong love of her cats, dog Ranger and her several horses. Mary also had an enduring love of plants and trees and was delighted to assist the Creemore Horticulture Society in its important work.
In memoriam IN MEMORY OF JULIE RAINBIRDKENDRICK August 8, 1974 – August 5, 2005 It’s been 5 years since you left us and our hearts are still heavy with grief. It’s so sad that your nephew, Ryan James Cubitt and your new niece, Cara Julie Filena Cubitt, will never know what an amazing aunt you’d have been.
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Pearce, Dr. Jesse A - Formerly of Honeywood and London, Ontario, passed away peacefully at Bay Haven Nursing Home on August 1, 2010 in his 96th year and on the date of his 71st Wedding Anniversary. He is survived by his wife Jean, his three children Jo-Ann Gramlich (Tom), Bruce Pearce (Rona) and Margaret Palujanskas (Tony); as well as three grandchildren Julie, Brian and Celia and four great grandchildren Brett, Ashley, Aidan and Serena. Jesse held several degrees, B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D, P. Eng., and received many awards, one of which was the Coronation Medal. His scientific research in areas such as food safety, and packaging contributed to the well being of all of us. Jesse wrote more than 100 articles for professional and technical journals. He was listed in the American Men of Science and Who’s Who is the Mid-West. Jesse led a full life and after retiring from John Labatt Limited, he spent many years enjoying his tree farm outside Honeywood. Jesse will be sadly missed by his family. As per his request, there will be no visitation or service. Bay Haven Nursing Home took exceptional care of Jesse in a very loving fashion. If you wish to make a donation, please make it payable to Bay Haven Excursion Fund and send it to Bay Haven Nursing Home, 499 Hume Street, Collingwood, ON L9Y 4H8 attention S.Thibert. Your donation will provide funding for trips and entertainment for all the wonderful men and women in the residence. Friends may leave condolences at www.fawcettfuneralhomes.com
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Friday, August 6, 2010
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Simcoe County is growing. If the aggregate isn’t coming from here to build our roads and infrastructure, it will come from outside the county, putting more strain on the transportation system. If it’s going to be used close by, it should come from here. Should we be shipping aggregate here from Milton? No. That’s not environmentally responsible for us to do. Walker is such an environmentally conscious company that it will do the right thing.
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