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HEALTH & LIFESTYLE: GET INTO A HEALTHY ROUTINE FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR

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Dear The Wine Ladies,

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A small group of us get together every couple of months for food and drink, and wine is increasingly becoming an important part of our socials. Last month we had a delicious red wine called Chateauneuf du Pape. My understanding is that this wine is unique because it is made with thirteen different kinds of grapes. Basically, I am a Cabernet or Shiraz kind of guy and I was just wondering if I heard this right and also if there might be a white Chateauneuf-du-Pape as well?

- Stan

THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Stan,

Delicious indeed, the wines of Chateauneuf-du-Pape definitely rank among some of our favourites. Actually Stan, it is not obligatory to use all thirteen grape varieties when producing a Chateauneuf-du-Pape but vintners have the option to use any of, and/or up to all thirteen specific varietals. Quick note to add here, in the last few years the regulations were actually adjusted and up to eighteen varietals are now permitted. How and when did the original regulations come about? In 1923 the Baron Le Roy of Chateau Fortia, a vigneron of that time in Chateauneuf-du-Pape got together with the other growers and drew up a set of rules for the production of wines coming from this region. Actually the entire appellation system (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) in France as we know it today, was fashioned after this very set of regulations. Rules included dictating a minimum alcohol content (the first time in France, 12.5% the highest in France) and defining an area as permitted to be included in Chateauneuf-duPape. The Baron also included in the rules ten permissible grape varieties. In 1936 three additional grape varieties were added to the list bringing the total to thirteen. The most prominently used grape variety continues to be Grenache, with Mourvedre and Syrah (Shiraz as many know it) ranked second and third.

There is a white Chateauneuf-du-Pape produced, made of up to six white grape varieties, but only in very small quantities and not regularly available for purchase in Ontario and the other provinces. Chateauneuf-du-Pape, which translates to “new castle of the Pope”, is a historic village (as well known name of the appellation) between towns Avignon and Orange located in France’s southern Rhone. It is the best-known wine of the region and typically produces full bodied, powerful, juicy and complex red wines considered among the best of the Rhone Valley. The name dates back to the early 14th century when Avignon was chosen as the new home for the Pope’s court.

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MAKEAHEAD MEALS

IMPRESS ON WEEKDAYS

This one pot ragout is extremely flavourful and an easy weekend meal. Mushrooms blend seamlessly with the ground lamb, extending the portion size and boosting the flavour. Leftovers taste even better the next day, so save some to serve again during the busy week.

LAMB RAGOUT Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 2.5 hours Servings: 4

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8 oz (227 g) fresh crimini mushrooms 2 tbsp (30 mL) olive oil 1 small onion, diced 2 carrots, diced 2 stalks celery, diced 4 cloves garlic, minced Salt and pepper 1 lb (500 g) ground lamb 4 tbsp (60 mL) tomato paste 1 tsp (5 mL) cinnamon 1 tsp (5 mL) nutmeg 1 tsp (5 mL) Italian herbs 1 can (796 mL/28 oz) whole tomatoes 1/2 cup (125 mL) red wine 1 bay leaf 1 lb (500g) dried spaghetti Freshly grated parmesan cheese Fresh parsley, finely chopped

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DIRECTIONS S T EP 01

Place mushrooms in a food processor fitted with a metal blade. Pulse until finely chopped. S T EP 02

Heat oil in a large sauce pan over medium-high. Add mushrooms and sauté for 3-4 minutes. Add onions and sauté for 2 minutes. Add carrots and celery and sauté until they start to soften, about 4 minutes. Add garlic and sauté another minute. Season with salt and pepper. S T EP 03

Add ground lamb and cook until browned, approximately 5 minutes. Add tomato paste, cinnamon, nutmeg and Italian herbs. Stir until well combined. S T EP 04

Add tomatoes to the pan, breaking them up with a spatula. Add red wine and stir until well combined. Add bay leaf. Lower heat to low, place lid on pot and simmer 2 hours. Stir occasionally to ensure bottom does not burn. S T EP 05

Remove lid and taste sauce; season with salt and pepper as needed. Continue to simmer on low with the lid removed; sauce will begin to thicken. S T EP 06

Meanwhile prepare spaghetti as per package directions. Serve the sauce over the pasta with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese and finely chopped parsley. Learn more about blending mushrooms into your meals at www.mushrooms.ca. www.newscanada.com


RECIPE

CHEESY WONTON ROLLS

ARE A SNACK TIME SUCCESS What do you get when you combine a spring roll with a mozzarella stick? These cheesy jalapeño wonton rolls! With a crisp wrapper and ooey-gooey cheese, these are sure to please everyone young and old alike. For adult palates, substitute green onions with finely chopped cilantro and serve with sesame oil or Sriracha sauce to dip.

CHEESY JALAPEÑO

WONTON ROLLS Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 5 minutes Serves: 4 to 6

INGREDIENTS • 12 store-bought wonton wrappers • 1 egg • 1 tbsp (15 mL) water • 6 Armstrong Monterey Jack with Jalapeño cheese snacks, halved • 1 green onion, finely chopped • 3 tbsp (45 mL) vegetable oil • 1 tbsp (15 mL) sesame seeds

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On a clean surface, arrange wonton wrappers to resemble diamonds. In a small bowl, beat egg with water. Using a pastry brush, add egg wash to wrapper edges. STE P 02

Place one piece of cheese horizontally in the centre of each wonton wrapper. Top with green onions. Fold left and right sides of the wrapper over the filling. Fold bottom and roll into a cylinder, pressing slightly to adhere. STE P 03

Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Cook, turning occasionally, for 3 to 5 minutes or until golden brown. Transfer to a paper towel-lined plate to absorb oil. STE P 04

Sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve with plum sauce. Find more recipe ideas at www.armstrongcheese.ca. www.newscanada.com

• 3/4 cup (175 mL) plum sauce, for dipping

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August 07, at Nelles Beach Park, Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and Subaru Iron Girl Canada Women's Triathlon teamed up once again to help create a future without breast cancer. Women of all ages enthusiastically encouraged each other to cross their own personal fitness goal and finish line by participating in a Women's Only Triathlon Sprint / 500 Meter Swim / 20km Bike Ride / 5km Run. Fundraising supports CBCF for research and reduce the incidence of breast cancer.

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PEACH FESTIVAL

August 26th-28th, Winona had their annual Peach Festival. This unique festival has been around since 1967, is run entirely by volunteers, and is a big hit in the community. From fresh peaches, delicious food and baked goods, various vendors, musical performances, cars on display, midway, and prize giveaways, the Peach Festival had something for everyone.  

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ew and demanding routines on those first few days back at school can be intimidating for both parents and kids alike. To assist, the Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA) offers some tips to help your little ones start off the school year feeling strong: >>>


P L AY A N D E X E R C I S E FOR BETTER SLEEP Research shows that exercising helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep for longer. This is especially true for kids. Unfortunately, studies show that only 7% of kids in Canada get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity each day. Make sure your child gets enough sleep every night by encouraging physical activity during the day.

GO ORGANIC Teaching our kids about the benefits of organic foods is almost as important as making sure that they eat breakfast every day. When you buy organic foods, you're investing in your health and the health of your family, and you're supporting environmentally sustainable practices. These are all important messages we should be teaching our children.

A D D A M U LT I V I TA M I N TO YO U R M I X Mornings can be busy and hectic. Sometimes kids just don't have time to eat a full, healthy breakfast to get all the nutrients they need. Supplementing your kids' diet with a multivitamin might be a good idea to ensure they are getting all the essential nutrients. There are multivitamins formulated for every age, ranging from kids to adults. Speak with your health care practitioner to determine which multivitamin is best for every member of your family. >>>

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PAC K A B R A I N BOOSTING LUNCH Packing the right food for lunch can also play a role in boosting your child's brain power. Foods that contain poly-unsaturated fats are good for brain health and provide energy. If possible, try to slip avocados or pumpkin seeds into school lunches.

ADD OMEGA-3S F O R B R A I N H E A LT H The long-chain omega-3 fats in fish oil have been shown to improve cognitive performance, including improved behaviour, memory, and reading. Getting the right amount of healthy fats during pregnancy and childhood has shown to have a number of benefits for children, including increased intelligence and visual acuity. Omega-3 supplements are available in different forms for children and adults.

DON'T FORGET ABOUT V I TA M I N D In September, the days get shorter and back-to-school means more time indoors, both of which can lead to a decrease in vitamin D. Children and toddlers need vitamin D to absorb calcium and form strong teeth and bones. It has also been linked to increased immunity and disease prevention. Consider adding a vitamin D supplement formulated for children.

When adding supplements to your child's diet, it is always a good idea to speak with your health care practitioner. Visit chfa.ca for more information on how to help your child thrive and enjoy a healthy transition back to school this September. THN www.newscanada.com

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School Life BLESSED TRINITY

SECONDARY SCHOOL WELCOME BACK TO ANOTHER “THUNDEROUS” YEAR This coming year plans to be a very exciting and eventful year for Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School. Principal Joseph Zaroda is enthusiastic about all the wonderful things about to occur at the school in the month of September. This is a very busy month with Academic Awards Assembly, Pilgrimage kick off, the fantastic Music Ensembles, Sky Pilots, Grade 9 and 12 Religious retreats, opening school masses celebrated by Father Rico Passero at Saint Joseph Church, University and College visits and of course Junior and Senior Football, Junior and Senior Girls Basketball, Cross Country, Junior and Senior Boys Volleyball, Tennis, Golf, Mock Trial Tournament Team and our incredibly involved Safe Schools Team and Student Council. With a talented student body and staff, Blessed Trinity continues to make its mark and is by far the most Thunderous school in the region. Good luck to all of our graduating students from June and we welcome all new students to the Niagara Catholic family, we welcome all of our incoming Grade 9 students from our family of schools and co-terminus board. We hope that all of our returning students had a restful summer and are prepared for another fantastic year. We will continue to impress upon all of our students the value and importance of Catholic education and continue to be the Stewards that God has asked us to be. Have a great year!

BLESSED TRINITY TO PARTICIPATE AGAIN IN NATIONAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVOR DAY Last year, the Grade 11 Native Studies class assumed ownership of a very important day celebrated in Canada and created orange shirts and collected monies that were later donated to the Woodlands Cultural Centre “Save the Evidence” Campaign. This year, once again, Blessed Trinity and the Niagara Catholic District School Board will participate in this important event. September 30th has been declared Orange Shirt Day throughout Canada in recognition of the harm done to generations of children by the Native Residential Schools, and as an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that “Every Child Matters” as we continue on our journey of reconciliation. Furthermore, the orange shirt taken from one child, a symbol of every residential school student’s loss of identity and self-worth had become a symbol of defiance against the undermining of children’s self-esteem and of our commitment to anti-racism and anti-bullying in general. Phyllis’ story and her courage in sharing it, has become an international catalyst for discussion that resonates with all of us. Niagara Catholic District School Board and of course Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School is proud to be celebrating its 2nd annual Orange Shirt Day because we believe “Every Child Matters”.

the province and how they have met the needs of their students using some innovative approaches in their Math classes. We did some planning for our own Professional Learning Community for the coming year as we look at ways to better support our students in our Math classes. Similar conversations will be happening in all of the departments throughout the school as planning is done and resources gathered to provide excellent learning opportunities for all of our students. We welcome our new Vice Principal, Mrs. Thompson. She has been very busy learning about the unique school culture at GSS. When you are in the school, stop in to her office, say hello and introduce yourself. We are also excited about the face-lift our building received over the summer and the new windows and heating that have been installed in the east end of the building. As the contractors completed their work, our caretaking staff have been busy with a myriad of jobs throughout the school making it shine so that we all have a safe, clean and well-maintained learning and working environment. Workstation counters have been installed for students who bring their own devices and want to work collaboratively with classmates on assignments and projects. There is still some electrical work to be done to complete the project to ensure we have enough charging stations to support the needs of the devices. Our grade 9 students, senior student mentors and many staff members are excitedly preparing for Camp Eagle. At the end of September they will head north for a three day adventure that will include canoeing and kayaking, high ropes courses, beach volleyball, campfires and a polar bear morning dip in the lake to name a few of the activities. Why Camp Eagle? Our new students get to know each other and some of the senior students and staff. Our senior students continue to develop their leadership skills. Everyone spends time engaging in collaborative, team-building activities. Camp Eagle has become a highlight for many of our students over the past number of years and we look forward to hearing about it when they return. Teams and clubs will start up soon. The list is extensive and I know that there is something of interest for everyone as a leader or participant. There will also be intramural athletics, club meetings and Student Council spirit activities at lunchtime again this year that will be open to everyone. Lots to do and plenty of support to do it. Talk to any GSS student about their goals, interests and involvement in the school. I am sure they will be happy to share many exciting stories with you about the abundant learning opportunities and the positive impact that GSS is having in their life. I would like to thank the Grimsby community for their continued support of GSS as we begin another exciting year together.

S. Scott Principal

GRIMSBY

SECONDARY SCHOOL Back to school. A time for new beginnings and fresh starts. An opportunity to set goals and strive for new horizons. Students receive new timetables, staff are planning units and lessons. Soon the halls will buzz with students and staff sharing with friends and colleagues the adventures of the summer and the hopes and dreams for this school year. The Math team welcomes their new Program Leader, Ms. Drake. Four of us spent two days in Toronto during August learning about schools across

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SOUTH LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL, SOUTH LINCOLN BEARS! Make the most out of your school year by getting involved!

CAMP MEDEBA FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 9 & 10 Located in West Guilford, just outside of Algonquin Park, this outdoors adventure activities retreat is open to students in grade 9 & 10 from Oct


12th - Oct 14th. Students will experience 12 hours of facilitated programming, which will include low ropes course challenges, rock climbing, zip-lining, GPS orienteering, canoeing and kayaking. Also offered are teacher organized wide-field games and a campfire, as well as teacher supervised free time to enjoy other activities such as basketball, volleyball, tetherball, 9-hole disc golf course, carpet ball, trampolines and octa-ball. Please check out this incredible facility at www.medeba.com and click on ‘Outdoor Education’ to explore our trip more thoroughly. The cost of the 3 day camp trip is $250 including meals, accommodation and transportation. Deposits can be made through School Cash Online (see the button on our website at southlincoln.dsbn.org) on September 23. A similar camp runs in May for students in Grades 11 & 12.

FALL SPORTS & ACTIVITIES BOYS’ FOOTBALL - Mr. Bernardi, Mr. Freure, Mr. Aloian, Mr. Silverthorne BOYS VOLLEYBALL - We are looking for a coach to head up this season’s Volleyball team. There will be 4 or 5 double header day games. Please contact Ms. Heeringa at Karen.heeringa@dsbn.org or call the school at 905-957-3359 if you are interested. GIRLS’ FIELD HOCKEY - Ms. Short GIRLS’ BASKETBALL - Ms. Heeringa COED CROSS COUNTRY - Mr. Predovich STUDENT COUNCIL - Ms. Corcoran, Ms. Burns JUNIOR MENTORSHIP PROGRAM (JuMP) - Ms. Corcoran Many other clubs start the first week of school and will be broadcast via morning announcements.

IMPORTANT DATES SEP 9 - Grade 9 Day. A “Sign-on to Graduate ceremony complete with Graduation robes and cake followed by an afternoon of fun activities sponsored by Student Council and JuMP mentors. SEP 15 - Terry Fox Assembly & Run. Let’s top last year’s record! SEP 20 - Picture Day - Bring your smiles! OCT 14 - Early Brid Report Cards. OCT 26 - Parent-Teacher Conferences. 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Follow Principal Mrs. Burns and all school activities / information on Twitter @SouthLincolnHS.

We are so excited about the opportunities we can provide for our students over the course of the year, and look forward to working with the school community to ensure each student is learning to their full potential.

Mat Miller Principal, BDSS

NEW BELL TIMES PERIOD 1: PERIOD 2: LUNCH: PERIOD 3: PERIOD 4:

9:15 am to 10:35 am (including announcements) 10:45 am to 12:00 pm 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm 12:45 pm to 2:00 pm 2:10 pm to 3:25 pm

BUS ROUTES All parents have received information about your student’s busing transportation ie: pick up and drop off times and locations. If there are any concerns with regards to the arrangements made for your son/daughter please contact the NSTS at 905-346-0290 or email to general@nsts.ca.

SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL School Advisory Council meets at the school 4-6 times per year - interested Parents and Guardians are encouraged to pass their contact info along to the school by telephone 905-563-8267, or by filling out the form at registration.

PHOTO DAY Photo day is schedule for Tuesday, Sept 13th. Retakes will be done on Oct 18th. More information to follow once the school year resumes in the fall.

‘MEET THE TEACHER’ BBQ

BEAMSVILLE DISTRICT SECONDARY SCHOOL WELCOME BACK, BUCCANEERS! On behalf of the BDSS community, I am so excited to welcome Buccaneer students and staff back for the 2016-17 year. Our school’s strong traditions of academic excellence, an inclusive environment and an active student body will, no doubt, continue to be supported this year. If you have any questions about the upcoming school year, please consult our school webpage beamsvilless.dsbn.org, our Twitter feeds @MrMillerBDSS and @BDSSBucs, or call the school at 905-563-8267. A warm welcome to Mrs. Lakeit (pronounced La-Kite) who joins us as Vice Principal, as Mrs. Sargeant has taken on the principalship at Eastdale Secondary School.

We would like to extend a special invitation to all parents of our BDSS students. On Thursday, Sept 15 from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm we will be hosting our Meet the Teacher Night. Come out and meet your students’ teachers and enjoy some BBQ on us.

PARENT/TEACHER INTERVIEWS Semester One Parent/Teacher interviews are on the evening of Wednesday, Oct 19 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. We invite all parent/guardians to join us at this time to meet with your student’s teacher and discuss their progress.

CAMP BUCCANEER Beamsville District Secondary School is pleased to invite our grade 9 students to participate in Camp Buccaneer 2016. Camp Buccaneer will take place from Sept 28th - 30th, 2016 at Cave Springs Camp in Vineland, Ontario.

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EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE. Katy is a happy, silly, outgoing and gentle girl. She will need an adopter who is active, affectionate, stable and gentle. She must go to a home without children under 10 years old (because of food guarding).

SEX : Female BREED : Rottweiler x AGE : Young Adult

All adoptable dogs have been given a behavioural test and our staff will be happy to explain the testing and discuss the results with potential adopters during the initial meeting with the dog you are interested in. To meet Katy, or any of the other adoptable pets, please visit our shelter.

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Head S on Victoria Avenue N toward King, L onto Menno

EASY LIVING ... in this 16-unit ADULT complex just a short stroll to amenities, 2 min to QEW. Beautifully updated ~ granite kitchen w/backsplash, reno’d bath, refin’d hardwood, crown mldg, BONUS insuite laundry.100 amp brkrs + new copper plumbing. LOW CONDO FEE! 2 min to QEW & wineries. $129,500 MORE INFORMATION? TEXT 39976 TO 28888

or visit www.lynnfeeteam.com #63-2 Weiden Street, St. Catharines

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NE on Linwell towards Devon, Left onto Weiden Street

CAREFREE CONDO LIVING ... in this lovely, well-maintained townhome! 2 storey, 3 bedRm in north end w/finished recRm & workshop. Serene garden/courtyard, private pathway to water, Malcolmson Park, Welland Canal & downtown. Close to trails, schools & QEW. UPDATES: kitchen, flooring, furnace, A/C, fencing. $149,900 MORE INFORMATION? TEXT 39976 TO 28888

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4088 highland park drive, beamsville • $799,000 South on Ontario toward escarpment, right on King, left on Stadelbauer, right on Highland Park Dr. PRIVATE PARADISE OVERLOOKING VINEYARDS...FULLY FINISHED Cambridge model home(‘08) in soughtafter Beamsville Bench w/ more than 3200 SF fully finished living space,4 bdrms&3.5 bath. Spacious eat-in kitchen w/ upgraded granite counters, hrdwd cabinetry, glass backsplash, ceramic flooring, S/S appliances. MORE INFORMATION? TEXT 39976 TO 28888 or visit www.lynnfeeteam.com

Community Captured GRIMSBY/LINCOLN - SEP 2016  
Community Captured GRIMSBY/LINCOLN - SEP 2016