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In our June 28 issue, we featured a letter in Village Voice from M. Smith of Bobcaygeon. Mabel Smith of Bobcaygeon asked us to clarify this and wants people to know she was not the M. Smith who wrote the letter.


Memories were surely made recently at the Limestone Blues 2 celebration. More than 250 people gathered in downtown Bobcaygeon to celebrate a victorious ending to the 6-year Dewdney Mountain quarry battle. Thanks to Line Pinard, Pat Warren, Joy Mattinson, Elaine Bird, Glenna Burns, Diane Tilley and Kathleen Seymour-Fagan for organizing this fundraiser. Generous contributions from the public resulted in $9,300 being raised.   Thank you also to the 43 local businesses who donated money and items for the auctions. We are so very grateful for the community’s unwavering support. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead The Kleins, Pillsworths, Eastmans, Jorys and Johnsons


If the Council of the City of Kawartha Lakes follows the advice of City staff, short-term residential rental units will continue to be allowed throughout the City with little or no oversight. You had better hope that the rental landlord in your neighbourhood is committed to maintaining good public relations. If not, you are in for

the fight of your life and you will not be able to rely on the City police or municipal law enforcement staff for timely, effective relief. So you may ask, what is the problem with a person renting out their residence for a few days in order to make a little cash? In some cases nothing; in other cases, such as an absentee landlord who has purchased a residence simply to make a quick buck by renting it out as many times as possible to multiple individuals who have little or no regard or vested interest in the community, the associated problems can be overwhelming -- problems associated with public safety, noise and nuisance are pervasive. Just ask your neighbours in Rolling Hills Estates, View Lake and Kirkfield, just to name a few. While it is arguable that there is nothing inherently problematic about short-term residential rentals, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t issues. As with anything, the bad actors spoil the situation and all too often a rented home or cottage becomes an out-of-hand party that causes havoc in an otherwise quiet neighbourhood. It is a matter of fact that Airbnb, HomeAway, Flipkey and hundreds of other rental websites have turned residential rentals into a booming underground commercial economy at the expense of long-term residents, neighbourhood character and quality of life of neighbours. Long-term residents are moving out as a result, and the residential character of some traditional neighbourhoods is slowly being destroyed. A number of progressive Ontario municipalities have already recognized the potential problems associated with this new underground economy and have taken very real and positive steps to curb the bad behaviour of irresponsible hosts and renters. Kawartha Lakes City staff admittedly recognize the issues but argue that the issues are just not pervasive enough for City Council to act. This despite the fact that staff readily admit that they are not equipped to respond in a timely fashion to current citizen by-law complaints particularly during evening and weekend hours let alone dealing with any new by-laws or regulations. So what is their answer to this growing problem – DO NOTHING – MAINTAIN THE STATUS QUO! As proud residents of the City of Kawartha Lakes we can only hope that our elected representatives are more responsive to the needs of our community and direct staff to bring forward a report setting out an action plan that balances the needs of residents, businesses and stakeholders alike. The matter is scheduled to come back before Council on August 14. Make your opinion known to your Local Councillor. D. McKay, Rolling Hills Estates

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City Hall

By Kirk Winter

The July 17 CKL council meeting was dominated by multiple deputations dealing with a wide variety of issues including boat houses in need of repair, a building permit issue, and a zoning battle royal involving the Iron Horse Ranch banquet facility in Manvers Township.

Boathouse ordered torn down on Cameron Lake

The Land Management Committee declared the boathouse to be in a state of disrepair, and ordered that the building be removed at the owner’s expense. The owners countered by saying that they would invest $10,000 to upgrade and repair the building. Neighbours were fully supportive of the boathouse upgrade planned by the owners. Staff was ordered by council to enter into a licensing agreement with the owners that stated if the boathouse was repaired in a timely manner the structure could stay.

Boathouse in Bobcaygeon

The owners of the boathouse had applied to the City for permits to rebuild both their dock and boathouse. The City told the owners that they could replace the dock, but that the boathouse could not be saved as it was in a bad state of repair. The owners admitted that this last winter had been very hard on their waterfront, and that the boathouse needed work. They requested two months to repair the boathouse as they were having problems locating qualified labour. Council ordered staff to enter into a licensing agreement with the owners that said if the boathouse was repaired within the two-month window offered by the owners, it could stay.

Building permit Walsh Road

The deputant claimed that the City had cancelled his building permit, despite in the opinion of the deputant not having the protocol in place to carry this act out unless the property was abandoned. The deputant has a technical disagreement with the City, which he wanted to appeal to the province. With the City cancelling his building permit, he cannot appeal to the province regarding his conflict with local officials. Councillor Breadner appealed to council to reinstate the building permit to allow for the appeal to the province. Mayor Letham stated that Breadner’s request was out of order as the City cannot overturn the decisions made by their Chief Building Official, who claimed the permit has become stale dated and the build was not being actively pursued. The ensuing discussion became quite heated between Breadner and Letham as the confrontation spiralled out of control. Council backed City staff, leaving the deputant with the only option of reapplying for a new building permit at some substantial additional costs, and probably forfeiting half of the $8,000 he had paid for the first permit.


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Branch 67 Lindsay (705) 324-2613 • Pub Fare Lunch – Tuesdays, Thursdays, noon to 2 pm • Full Dinners – Fridays, 11:30am to 1:30pm • Meat Roll – Saturdays, 2 pm • Live Entertainment – Saturdays, 7:30 to 11:30 pm, free • Sir Sam Seniors progressive euchre every Tuesday - 1pm • Big Buck Bid euchre 4th Wednesday of every month -11am

Branch 184 Woodville & District (705) 439-2397 • The Country Music Jam is back the third Sunday of each month from 1-4 pm. • Dances the last Saturday of each month - 8pm to 11pm featuring The Gary Peters Band. $10 per person – light lunch at 11pm.

Branch 238 Fenelon Falls (705) 887-3041 • Horse Shoes –Tuesdays - 6pm • Drop In Men’s Snooker – Wednesdays - 7pm • Tai Chi – Thursdays - 10am • English Pub Night - First Friday of each month - 5pm to 7pm • Meat Roll – Third Saturday of each month – 2:30pm • Drop-in Shuffleboard – Sundays – 1:30pm

Branch 239 Bobcaygeon (705) 738-2710 • August 15 - Rama Bus - Sign up at the bar • August 19 - Golf Tournament $50pp includes golf, cart, food and prizes - 1pm tee-off at Dunsford Golf Course. Sign up at the Bar • Sunday and Monday Closed until

after Labour Day • Tuesday - Classic Cars • Wednesday - Jam Session 2-5pm • Thursday – Hamburger 4-7pm • Friday - Karaoke with Merle – 8pm - Wings served from 7-11pm • Saturday - Meat Roll - 2pm

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Rezoning of Iron Horse Ranch property in Manvers Township

The Sutcliffe group, represented by their lawyer Leonard Siegel, asked the City to act on the rezoning request for the Iron Horse Ranch property. The group behind the venture have been using the property to host weddings for more than five years without the proper zoning in place. Multiple neighbourhood complaints about noise coming from the property forced the City to become involved and ordered the rezoning of the property to allow a wedding venue/banquet hall. City staff stated that the Sutcliffe Group, behind the redevelopment /rezoning request had met all the City requirements for the rezoning to occur. The next stage would be a site plan agreement with the City that would determine the operating rules for the banquet hall, and how many weddings could be hosted. Several neighbours, supported by Councillors Stauble, Martin, Junkin, and Pollard spoke strongly against the rezoning because of the site being prime farm land, and theoretically not eligible for that kind of development. Noise was a major concern as some neighbours claimed you could hear music from the property almost three kilometres away. Others claimed the site lay on a floodplain making the building of a


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banquet hall and outbuilding against all accepted code. The vote hung in the balance until Mayor Letham weighed in with a pro-development stance stating that the Sutcliffe Group had done their due diligence, and it was time that the City was inviting people in to experience and enjoy the CKL, rather than putting up walls. Letham accused council of looking for a reason to avoid approving the project that wasn’t there. After almost two hours of deputations and debate, the Iron Horse Ranch rezoning was approved 11-6 by recorded vote.


The renovation project has begun to retrofit City of Kawartha Lakes Council Chambers for the new Council that will be elected this October. Council has been reduced from 16 Councillors to eight Councillors. This change, along with the urgent restoration of the plaster and crown moldings in the ceiling of the room, are primary reasons driving the renovation. The project has also been designed to address the accessibility of Council Chambers. The alterations on the main floor will accommodate several more public seats as well as a larger accessible seating section. Sections of the balcony will be outfitted with chairs instead of benches and will include the media section and audio/visual station. Improved audio/ visual equipment and lighting will also enhance the experience of the public in attendance. “We looked at a dozen different design options and have hand-picked the features of the new chamber. The theme of reuse and recycle will keep the look and feel of our historic building while being environmentally responsible and cost conscious,” explained Mayor Andy Letham. The new Council Chambers will be unveiled at the inaugural meeting of the newly elected Council on December 3, 2018. Effective immediately, all Council and Committee meetings will take place in the Victoria Room on the second floor of City Hall. Seating is limited, and if required, the Weldon Room next door will be available for overflow seating. Cogeco television will not be broadcasting meetings held in the Victoria Room. For further information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 705-324-9411 extension 1341 or 1342.

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Based on the great success of its inaugural trial route earlier this month - and by popular demand - the ‘weekly shopping bus’ will be holding a second test run on Thursday, August 2 from 7:30am to 8:40pm. This time, the stops include Lindsay, Long Beach, Fenelon Falls, Bobcaygeon, Dunsford, Omemee and Bethany. You can even pick up the bus here at The Kawartha Promoter parking lot! There’s no fare to ride the bus, which is provided by Dromoland, owners of the Town Trolley. You can hop-on and hop-off at the destinations of your choice. This initiative, led by the Kawartha Rural Transportation Working Group, gives those living outside the “urban” areas a chance to go shopping, visit at RMH or just have a lovely day out. You can find the full schedule at https://bit. ly/203NjCA.



With the deployment of Canadian troops to Mali (a landlocked country in West Africa), Darlene Loucks of the Yellow Ribbon Campaign is ramping up again to send our soldiers something from home. Darlene has been in touch with a few of the soldiers and says, “They’re telling me the heat is insane, the food is good and the sand is more like dust. With a temperature in the low 40s, our list of items won’t be including much chocolate!” With an expected shipment ready for the first or second week in September, Darlene’s begun collecting items that will be packed and taken to Trenton for shipping. They will also accept financial donations so Darlene can pick up bulk items as well. Some of the items include: •Eye Drops •Q-tips •Wipes •Personal items including Shampoo, Soap, Deodorant, Moisturizer • Salty snacks like peanuts, trail mix, chips • Drink crystals If you want to drop your donations off here at The Kawartha Promoter, 48 Main Street in Bobcaygeon, we’ll make sure they get to Darlene. You can follow the Yellow Ribbon Campaign on facebook for more information.


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Kawartha Settlers’ Village is excited to announce the return of the third annual Bobcaygeon Craft Beer & Food Festival on Saturday, August 18 from 12 to 7pm. The event will feature craft breweries, cideries, food vendors, and local artists. Live entertainment throughout the day will be by Jesse Slack, Live on the Line, Nicole Lisa Craig and Kelly Burrows. Discover a new favourite beer or cider with samples from the Bobcaygeon Brewery, Brock Street Brewing Co, Old Flame Brewing Co, Lost Craft, Smithavens Brewing Co, Old Dog Brewing Co, Fenelon Falls Brewing Co, Beau’s All Natural Brewing Co, Side Launch Brewing Co, Haliburton Highlands Brewing, Country Cider Company and Archibald’s. Try something tasty with this year’s food vendors including: Just for the Halibut, Sugar and Spice Catering, Into the Blue Bakery, Jimmy Guaco’s, The Italian Hot Table, Cheese Please Pieter and Bob’s Super Dogs and Sausages. Early bird tickets are $15 and can be purchased in person at Kawartha Settlers’ Village, Manley’s of Bobcaygeon or online via TicketScene. Each ticket includes a 6 oz. beer glass and two drink tokens. Admission at the door will be $20 and there is a special $10 designated driver rate also available. This

is an age of majority event and photo I.D. is required. No pets at this event please. Also note: If you are in Bobcaygeon for the Beer Festival be sure to stop by the Boyd Heritage Museum’s 17th Annual Antiques and Collectibles Sale running the same weekend. It will be held at the Bobcaygeon Curling Club/Fairgrounds. Enjoy free parking, over 30 quality vendors, a snack bar, 50/50 draw and so much more. August 18 from 9am to 4pm and August 19 from 10am to 3pm.

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Municipal election 2018

Heading into the municipal election on October 22, The Kawartha Promoter will provide profiles of all candidates in the City of Kawartha Lakes and Trent Lakes. Our political reporter, Kirk Winter, will conduct the interviews and write the profiles.

City of Kawartha Lakes - Ward One

Candidates: Rob Macklem, Raymonde Blais-Couture, Emmett Yeo and Don Logan Population centres: Dalrymple, Sebright, Bolsover, Kirkfied, Coboconk and Norland Geographic limits: Balsam Lake and Palestine Road in the south, Rama Township in the west, Old Victoria Road in the north, Somerville Concession 7 in the east Ward characteristics: Least populous but geographically largest ward in the city This ward election promises to be a most interesting four candidate race, with both Macklem and Yeo the sitting councillors from the old 16-member council, running in the same amalgamated ward for the new eight member council. Blais-Couture, a resident of McGuires Beach Road and President of the McGuires Property Owners Association, will run on a platform of improved roads, job creation and improved social housing for low income city residents. He wants to improve the public profile of the CKL to attract investment and residential expansion. Blais-Couture and his wife are also very passionate about finding a solution to the short-term rental issue that respects the rights of both full-time residents and visitors to the City.

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Macklem, a local business owner in the old Ward One, and one of the two incumbent councillors running for re-election, sees the priorities slightly differently from Blais-Couture. While Macklem agrees that roads in the sprawling riding are an important priority along with ditching and brushing, he also brings up the thorny issue of landfill site lifespan. Macklem says Ward One is fortunate that their landfill site still has room, but planning for the end of its useful life needs to begin now. He also wants to see the consolidation of by-laws and policies so that everyone across the City is treated equally. Yeo, a construction company owner and Norland resident, is the sitting councillor from the old Ward Two. Yeo and Macklem agree on two of the most pressing issues for the residents of the new Ward One; improved roads and uniform by-laws across the City. Yeo says that significant strides have been made, and will be made, to improve road quality right across the ward. Yeo has spoken at length at council about the need for the reduction of red tape in the Planning department to help major building projects move forward that will broaden the area’s tax base. Yeo hopes that a more business-friendly stance will improve investment and encourage population growth. Don Logan did not respond to requests from The Kawartha Promoter for information, and we are sorry we cannot provide more information about Don and his campaign. Blais-Couture, Yeo and Macklem all agree that being the new councillor for Ward One will require a lot of time, commitment and the ability to balance the needs of the seasonal and full time residents.

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Some may think that Canada Day is the only time we can celebrate this great country. That's never been farther from the truth! On Saturday, August 4, Fenelon Falls Live presents Simcoe Day, when 1812 comes to TSW Island and Water Street. An encampment will be set up on the Island, depicting the 1812 Militia Regiment that fought with the British against the Americans. Visitors are welcome to wander the Encampment throughout the day where they can see soldiers, women and children going about their daily activities. The militia will be training and drilling preparing for a possible American Incursion. There will be re-enactments at 11am and 1:30pm, with a 10-minute mini-militia after each session, during which one of the sergeants with some help will run kids through some drills. The 11am will be a “militia muster” or call up. The 1:30 presentation will be a demonstration of drill and musket firing step-by-step. The exciting conclusion against “the The Promoter Americans” is expected to occur about 4pm. 9.725 Visitors 3.06x are encouraged to visit the militia camp and speak with all of the re-enactors. The public is advised that the muskets can be loud and that they may need to take appropriate measures if they are hearing sensitive. All day, The Maryboro Lodge/Fenelon Museum presents a special exhibit celebrating the Abolition of Slavery in Canada 225 years ago. At 3:30pm, there will be an official ceremony featuring Lord Simcoe. Other activities throughout the day include: • The famous 45-piece Peterborough Concert Band performing a 90-minute concert commencing at 2pm. • Free ice cream and pop corn as you wander along the street. • A Beer Garden featuring music from 11am to 8pm • Demonstrations of spinning wheels, apple pressing and butter churning from 11am to 4:30pm along Water Street. • Antique outboard motor display A free shuttle bus will run between the Village and the Auto Show that's taking place at the Fairgrounds. You can also take a free wagon ride from downtown to the Museum for their special exhibit. Please note that Water Street will be closed from 11am to 8pm for the event. This is a terrific way to experience the history of our country and learn along the way. So bring the family to Fenelon Falls on August 4 to celebrate 1812. July 26, 2018 - The Kawartha Promoter



Here’s a good piece of advice if you’re going to attend Midnight Madness in Bobcaygeon on August 4. Wear comfortable shoes! Because you’re not only going to stroll down Bolton Street, but merchants along King Street, William Street, Main Street and Canal Street are open as well. Now in it’s 31st year, the annual town event includes activities for the whole family such as face painting, live music, jumpy castles and, of course shopping. There are vendors of all kinds throughout Bobcaygeon’s beautiful walkable streets. Restaurants are offering a variety of foods to eat in

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If you’re looking for a fun, easy way to get around town or take a cruise down a country road, go see Allen Hussey at Pedego Kawartha Lakes. Pedego Electric Bikes are becoming more popular, giving you the option to ride it like a normal bike or activate the pedal assist over the hills and rough areas. Especially out here in the country, electric bikes make sense. And if you’re a boater who wants to see the area by land, you can rent a Pedego Electric Bike and take it down County Road 24 in the new bike lane. Allen says the Pedego Electric bike is also great for those who have mobility issues. “They are very appealing for older people or those who have trouble getting around,” he says. “They’re comfortable and come in a variety of styles and sizes. We even have a tricycle style for more stability.” If you’re renting, don’t worry. Allen says they provide helmets, local maps and locks. You have to be at least 16 years old and put down a deposit for your rental. During Midnight Madness, stop in and see Allen at Pedego Kawartha Lakes at 47 William Street (just behind Bolton) or visit their website at pedegokawarthalakes. ca.

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General Please come outADMISSION: and Fenelon GENERAL Adult weekend pass $8.00 • Fenelon Children under 12 FREELions Club Fenelon District Please come out and 27 Veteran’s Way, admission is $8 for an adult COMPACTS CUSTOM TRUCKS AND VANS •• Vendor • •SPECIAL INTER help usCOMPACTS honour the life of• • COMPACTS •CUSTOM CUSTOM TRUCKS AND AND VANS VANS •SNOWMOBILES •SNOWMOBILES SNOWMOBILES •SPECIAL INTE INT SHOW REGISTRATION: Show vehicleTRUCKS $10.00 (includes 2 adults) spot $25.00 (includes 2SPECIAL adults) help us honour the lifeFairgrounds: of Fairgrounds: Fairgrounds: weekend pass. Children under 12 Fenelon Falls, ON Al Murphy (Brandy) , a long time participant of the show. Bring out ur big rigs! Al27 Murphy (Brandy) , a long time participant of the show. Bring ur big rigs! AWARDS: Dash plaques (first 350 registrants) • Plaques 1st out & 2nd place (Peer judging andold People’s Choice) • for 3:30 p.m. Veteran’s Way, years are admitted 27 Way, 27 Veteran’s Way, Fenelon Fenelon Fenelon Fenelon Fenelon Fenelon STREET •• ANTIQUES ••10:00 REPLICARS ••TOTRODS •p.m. TRUCKS •Veteran’s MOTORCYCLES STREET MACHINES MACHINES ANTIQUES REPLICARS TOTRODS •HEAVY HEAVY• TRUCKS •10:00 MOTORCYCLES SHOW HOURS: Sat. 10:00 a.m. 5:00 Sun. a.m. 4:00 p.m. Set-up: Gates open 7:00 a.m Please come out and SHOW SHOW HOURS: HOURS: Sat. Sat. 10:00 a.m. a.m. 5:00 5:00 p.m. p.m. • Sun. • Sun. 10:00 10:00 a.m. a.m. 4:00 4:00 p.m. p.m. Set-up: Set-up: Gates Gates open 7:00 7:00 a. 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By Lynda Darling

Wow, this summer has been amazing so far with so many activities and we are only half way through July! I want to take this opportunity to thank the hard working Horticultural Society of Bobcaygeon for creating such beautiful floral displays around town. I know there are many more activities planned for the upcoming weeks, but I wanted to thank all of the wonderful people who have supported the Bobcaygeon Lions and our community over the last few weeks. A huge thanks to Max Miller and the organizers of the Blues Concert. Our Lions had a great time, especially our Dancing Duck (LOL). The Bikefest was another great event that brought many awesome people to our community and were a wonderful support for our Bobcaygeon Lions BBQ and purchasing our Duck Race tickets. Many thanks to the organizers. Hope to assist you again next year. Now to the Duck Race! It was a great success with all tickets sold for the very first time and all ducks reaching the finish line in good form. We only had one Lion member who tried to go swimming head first trying to get the wandering ducks. We did actually have a funny question from a spectator who asked us if we were using real ducks. To all animal lovers, no we use cute little plastic ducks. There is no harm done to any live ducks. All winners have been contacted and have received their winnings. Thank you everyone who supported us in buying a ticket. Even if you didn’t win, your money will be going to our various charities that we support. The Bobcaygeon Lions recently had the opportunity to assist our own Communities in Bloom committee in cleaning our lovely town. Hopefully, Bobcaygeon will be judged as the most beautiful community that we know it is. Thank you to all of the hardworking members of the committee. You are wonderful!!! Don’t forget that we are holding Monday night Bingo every week at our air conditioned, accessible hall on Main St., doors opening at 5:15 pm. Awesome refreshments are available. For those people who are interested in a little wilder event, the Bobcaygeon Lions will be selling our awesome BBQ and refreshments at “Thunder in the Hills” at Ray’s Place just south of Minden. This is part of the TMR racing circuit involving off road vehicles from huge built buggies to basically stock vehicles, involving men and women. It is part of a race circuit that has been ongoing over the summer. It will be an amazing event held on Saturday, August 25. It used to be held in Parry Sound so we are very fortunate to have it so close to home, just up 121. We are hoping for an outstanding attendance. My husband and I recently had to travel to the Toronto area, thankfully for only a day. Coming home to Bobcaygeon reinforced our love for our community. Thank you to all of the wonderful citizens who also appreciate Bobcaygeon and help to make it such a great place to live.


For its 24th season of theatre under the stars in communities across Ontario, Driftwood Theatre is proud to present one of Shakespeare’s most enduring comedies, renamed. Set in 1918, Rosalynde (or, As You Like It) tells the story of young Rosalynde. It takes place when Canadian women were finally granted the right to vote in federal elections. When circumstances force Rosalynde from her home in the city, she flees into the unknown wilds of the forest where she sets out on a journey of identity, self-discovery and love - learning that to carve her own path, she needs to break the rules. Rosalynde incorporates live music, physical performance, and puppetry designed by production designer Sheree Tams and puppeteer and cast member Eric Woolfe. The Ontario tour comes to Bobcaygeon on Friday, August 3 at Kawartha Settlers’ Village, 8 Dunn Street. Admission is Pay What You Can. The performance begins at 7:30pm.

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At the June 28 Annual General Meeting, the Community Care Foundation was pleased to salute three individuals who were presented with our Shining Star awards for outstanding efforts in their roles with the organization. • Volunteer driver Jane Junkin was recognized for her recent outstanding effort to support a client who experienced medical difficulties during a ride. • Loraine Defreitas was saluted for her longtime volunteer contributions at programs including Diners Clubs, and for her valued assistance at special events and in several Community Care offices. • Community Care’s Home Support Services Program Manager Kerri Daley received a Shining Star for her expertise, guidance and commitment to the organization, especially through a recent challenging period of personnel turnover in her area. Congratulations to all three of our most recent Shining Stars! If anyone would like to nominate a staff or volunteer for a Shining Star in recognition of outstanding effort, please contact Toula Murchie of the Community Care Foundation (705-324-7323 ext 163). A $25 donation with each nomination supports the Foundation.

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Thank You The Bobcaygeon Canada Day Committee Wishes to thank Heritage Canada, City of Kawartha Lakes, Municipality of Trent Lakes, our sponsor Royal Canadian Legion Branch #239 and the following businesses, service clubs and individuals for very generously donating to celebrate Canada Day in Bobcaygeon! Bobcaygeon Home Hardware Bobcaygeon Agricultural Society Bobcaygeon Kinette Club Bobcaygeon Lions Club Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre Birch Point Marina Brian Munro - New Horizons British Empire Fuels Buckeye Centre Buckeye Marine Buckeye Sports Caygeon Cove Resort CIBC Crayola Canada Egan Marine Foodland - Bobcaygeon Happy Days Houseboats Hunt 4 Dreams Realty J&K Devitt Services Jermyn Lumber Kawartha Dairy

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to those who helped with the Children's races and serving hotdogs to those who assisted serving birthday cake and ice cream to those who decorated the community centre and moved the parking barriers to Al White - who came out of retirement again to act as Parade Marshall and for his assistance to Dave Adams, our new Parade Marshall to our road closure and parking sign team to the individuals and businesses who took the time to participate in the Parade! to the Ontario Clean Water Agency for donating their hydration refill station and a special thankyou to Sandra Adams, past chair of Bobcaygeon Canada Day whose guidance and support this past year was invaluable

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CHURCHES HELP FOOD BANK: On July 1, six churches in Bobcaygeon held a service on the Christ Church grounds and raised just over $820 for the Bobcaygeon Helps Food Bank. Pictured, from left to right: Archdeacon Bill Gray from Christ Church Anglican; Laura Fisher from Bobcaygeon Helps Food Bank and Revered Ann Blane from Knox Presbyterian Church.


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While the Coboconk, Norland & Area Chamber of Commerce is still relatively new to the area, the organization comprised of 12 Board of Directors (who are volunteers!) and one part-time staff person have worked hard to encourage economic growth, boost job creation, and benefit our communities with various projects, events, and beautification efforts throughout all four seasons. Some examples of projects undertaken by the Chamber are: the new public docks, accessibility ramp, and boat ramp in Coboconk and Norland; delivery of educational workshops for small businesses; presenting the annual Canada’s Fresh Water Summit Festival and the annual Santa Claus Parade; and advocating for more resources for our communities. Since it was established in 2014, the CNACC has leveraged more than $425,000 in funding for community improvements in Coboconk, Norland & Rosedale. It is the goal of the CNACC to help local businesses and communities prosper. “Our Chamber is a little bit unique in its focus,” says CNACC General Manager Jennifer Wilson. “We serve our local businesses and advocate with the City on local issues like all Chambers do, but we also spend a lot of time raising funds for beautification projects and to build local infrastructure, and hosting events to draw the community together.” Much of the success of the events, projects, and July 26, 2018 - The Kawartha Promoter


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After taking a year off from festivities in 2017, the Norland Summer Festival was back for their 2018 celebration! Over the July 14/15 weekend, the Norland Summer Festival took place in Ward Memorial Park with great activities for community residents and visitors. The LOB ball and Horseshoe Tournaments were the highlights of the Saturday activities, with various vendor booths and children’s activities throughout the park! As always, the Saturday night dance was an entertaining event with live music provided by Live on the Line. The Festival continued into Sunday where there was a delicious Chili Cook Off, an exciting Demolition Derby, and more fun children’s activities! It was a successful weekend full of small town charm. The Norland Summer Festival Committee would like to send a sincere thank-you to all of the wonderful volunteers who made these events happen. The Committee would also like to thank the generous contributions from local residents and businesses towards the Loonie Auction and, of course, the sponsors who made the Demolition Derby possible. Your hard work and contributions do not go unnoticed! Join us next year for the 12th annual Norland Summer Festival on the second weekend of July. We look forward to celebrating summer with you in our lovely town every year!

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WANTED: POP CULTURE ITEMS Vinyl records (rock, jazz, blues), rock memorabilia, pre-1990 comic books, toys, vintage costume jewelry, sterling & gold jewelry. All types of retro / mid-century items. House calls made at your convenience. Robert or Penny 705-324-2699

WANTED Canada & USA coins Coin collections Silver dollar coins 1967 and earlier Silver & gold jewellery broken or not Sterling items eg. Birks Sterling flatware Jurgen 705-340-1504 ____________________ WANTED Batteries, electronics, steel, copper, aluminum, cars. Anything Metal. FREE Pick-up. Call Andy 705-821-2813 ____________________ A1 JOHNNY JUNKERS Top cash paid for good used or scrap vehicles. Enviromentally friendly green disposal. Used tires for sale. Free pickup 905-424-1232


Furniture,Glass, China, Military Medals etc. Duck Decoys, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Dollars, Gold, Coins, Pocket Watches etc. Anything old. R. Carruth. 705-887-1672.


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KAWARTHA MEDIUMS 3rd Annual Summer Psychic Fair Sunday, July 29, 2018 From 10:00am to 4:00pm Kawartha Settlers’ Village FREE Admission & Parking Pre-Book Your Psychic Rreading Today! http://bobcaygeon kawarthamediums@ Be sure to visit Kawartha Lakes’ biggest psychic event!


YARD SALE Fri. July 27, 3-7 Sat. July 28, 8-5 Sun July 29 8-3 Tools, Tools, Tools Expresso machine, shoes, lawn mower, trimmers... Pigeon Hollow Park Hwy 36, 4kms north of Bobcaygeon. ____________________ HUGE YARD SALE All items priced to sell. Aug 4th 8-2. 197 Riverside Drive, Bobcaygeon No early birds please. Rain or shine. ____________________ BOBCAYGEON FAIR GROUNDS ANNUAL CAMPER’S YARD SALE Sat. Aug. 4, 8am to 1pm Held in the fairground cattle barn. Rain or shine. For inquiries - call Bernie 905-797-2931



In loving memory of my beloved husband, step father, grandfather, great grand father, Helmut Al Kuenle who left us 18 years ago, August 2, 2000 Although I laugh and seem carefree and make no outward show What it meant to lose you No one will ever know All I want is what we had Sadly missed and always loved, Your loving wife Ginny, Alan, Cheryl, David, Chris & Raven Clause


Sometimes I feel I am losing myself, I wish you were here to hold me; embrace me when I fall silent, have pride in me when I succeed. DAD you will always be my HERO. Any man can be a father, but it takes a special someone to be a DAD. I’m as lucky as can be, cause the world’s best DAD belongs to me. You gave me the greatest gift any one person could give; you believed in me, you loved me to no end. Behind your laughter you were one truly amazing DAD. There’s no one in the world who can love their DAD more than his daughter. I truly remember you every day for being my look up to DAD. Love always and forever, Carolee ox

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Local Events This section is only for Local Charitable Events as space permits. We do provide Not-for-profit rates for more in-depth advertising. JUL 26- Blood Donor Clinic Victoria Park Armoury, Lindsay 1:30-7:30pm JUL 26-28 - Bobcaygeon Library & Boyd Gallery books sale. 9am-2pm JUL 29 - Manvers Historical Society unveiling of a historic display 11am beside the Pontypool Grain Elevator. AUG 3 - Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre Mini Bucks Euchre, 7pm, $5. Info: call Carol at 705-793-1096 AUG 4 - Fenelon Stamp Club show and sale. 9:30am3:30pm, Cambray Community Centre. AUG 4 - St Andrews Church, Bolsover Yard Sale 8am noon. Donations may be dropped off Aug 3rd 10am -2 pm or 5-7 p.m. No electronics, Large Furniture or clothing will be accepted. Call 705-426-9382 for more info. AUG 8 - Maryboro Lodge Museum, Fenelon Falls, Treasures from Granny’s Attic, 1;30-4:30. Contact AUG 8 - Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre Big Bucks Euchre noon. $10 Lunch included. 3rd SUN - Ladies auxiliary for Kinmount RCL BR.441 breakfast 8am -noon. MON - Bobcaygeon Senior Centre Mahjong 1 p.m. $3 MON - Euchre, Bolsover Community Centre,1:15p.m. $2 For more info call Lorraine 705-426-9053. MON - Bid Euchre, Carden Recreation Centre, 1 p.m.705484-5712 2nd MON - Lindsay Creative Quilters’ Guild Meetings 35 Lindsay Street N, Lindsay 1–3:30pm 1st TUES - Dunsford Seniors Club Pot Luck, noon; 1:30 pm for Euchre. 1st TUES- Free clinics are now at the Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. No appointments are needed. TUES - Amateur photography club that meets alternate Tuesdays, 10 am, Bobcaygeon Library. $2 each for the use of the room. TUES - Omemee Legion Doubles darts @ 8pm. TUES - Bobcaygeon Pickelball at Bobcaygeon Curling Club 7-9 pm Drop-in fee $3 TUES - Bobcaygeon Cruisers, Beach Park, Bobcaygeon. 6 pm - dusk. Classic Cars, sports cars, trucks & other interesting vehicles welcome. If you don’t have a car come, talk & look. Info: 705 738 5319 TUES - Coffee Talk. 10:30 a.m. Fellowship Room, Trinity United Church, Bobcaygeon . All welcome. TUES - Queer Youth Kawartha Lakes Group, for queer youth in Kawartha Lakes meets every Tuesday (unless otherwise indicated). For more info, call the Health Unit at 1-866-888-4577, ext. 2228, or text (705) 878-2723. TUES - Darts, Bolsover Community Centre,1:30p.m. $2 For more info call Lorraine 705-426-9053. 2nd TUES - The Kawartha Settlers’ Village Quilters meet at Trinity Church, Bobcaygeon. New members & guests welcomed. Contact: 3rd TUES - Free clinics are now at the Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre, 10 a.m. - noon. No appointments are needed. Last TUES - Victoria Haliburton Amatuer Radio Association, monthly meeting, Police Department Building, Community Services Room, Lindsay., 7:30 pm. Call 705-879-4159 for any further info. 1st WED - Crime Fiction Book Club in the Carnegie Room, Lindsay Library to discuss works by certain authors. 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm. Call the Library for more info. 1st WED - Lindsay Bassmasters 7:30pm, Christian Fellowship Church. 59 Mary St. W., Lindsay. WED- Scrapbooking and paper crafters meet from 9:30noon at the Salvation army church in Fenelon Falls. Beginners welcome, call church for details.

HAVE YOUR SAY! Help us shape our vision for the future of hospital care in the region

With the submission of a joint Directional Plan to the Board of Directors of the Central East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) on June 27, Ross Memorial Hospital (RMH) and Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC) have declared our mutual intention to propose an integration of the two hospitals into a single hospital network with two sites. We are currently in the process of conducting extensive stakeholder consultation to help inform this proposed integration, and we want to hear your input, feedback and questions. RMH and PRHC are jointly hosting the following town hall events in the communities served by both hospitals. DATE



Tuesday, July 24

7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Bobcaygeon Service Centre 123 East Street South, Bobcaygeon

Tuesday, July 31

7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Fenelon Falls Community Centre 27 Veterans Way, Fenelon Falls

Tuesday, August 7

6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

McDonnel St. Activity Centre 577 McDonnel Street, Peterborough

Wednesday, August 15

6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Peterborough Golf & Country Club 1030 Armour Road, Peterborough

Wednesday, August 29

7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

RMH Cafeteria 10 Angeline Street N, Lindsay

If you are unable to attend in person, please feel free to submit your input by any of the following methods:

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By Jennifer Bacon

Exercising in the summer heat can be a problem if you’re not careful, particularly in extreme heat and humidity. But the heat should not stop you from living a healthy lifestyle. Here are five simple ways to have a healthier day. 1. Do Something You Love: If your passion is playing piano, writing short stories, or knitting, make time to do it, even if just for a short time. Doing what you love will bring a sense of joy to your day. 2. Practice Gratitude: Make it a habit to take a few minutes every day to jot down two or three things you are grateful for. Regardless of how small the things may be, the important part is truly feeling grateful. Practicing gratitude helps you see the

goodness in your life and can increase your overall sense of well-being. 3.  Drink more water: Drinking plenty of water throughout the day flushes toxins from your body and boosts the immune system. Someone who is well hydrated is less likely to get sick. And who wouldn’t rather feel healthy the majority of the time. 4. Take a Walk in Nature: Spending time outside in nature can be very refreshing and renewing. Even just a few minutes of sunlight and fresh air can brighten your day, especially if you spend most of your hours indoors. In extreme heat, plan your walks for early morning or late evening, when temperatures are cooler. 5. Eat Healthy: It’s much more challenging to feel truly happy when you don’t feel well. But when you make healthy food choices, you feel better both physically and mentally. Make a habit of slowing down to eat. Take small bites and give yourself time to feel the texture and absorb the flavours in each bite. This will help to prevent overeating as you’re more likely to hear your body telling you it’s full. A few small changes can make a big difference to help live a healthier lifestyle.

Jennifer Bacon, certified yoga instructor, practices and teaches gentle yoga to all levels and age groups in Coboconk. www.

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In 2003, the City of Kawartha Lakes (CKL) recognized the need for family doctors in our community. A volunteer committee was established to address this need. This committee evolved into the Kawartha Lakes Health Care Initiative (KLHCI) and is a registered non-profit, charitable organization. KLHCI has successfully recruited 36 family doctors to CKL since 2004 and is the lead organization for family doctor recruitment and retention in the region. KLHCI plays an important role for our community. By working hard to attract and retain family physicians, our community will remain healthy and vibrant. However, the need for family doctors continues and in 2018, CKL still requires seven more family doctors to meet local demand. This does not include the ‘silver tsunami’ of upcoming retirements so the need remains critical! KLHCI needs your help! Although KLHCI appreciates the on-going funding received from both CKL and the Ross Memorial Hospital, the amount of that funding remains about the same as it was in 2004. In order to continue the successful recruitment and retention programs, we require additional funding in the way of sponsorships from our local businesses and charitable donations from the citizens. KLHCI is directed through the work of a

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According to an online survey of hearing-instrument consumers, overall satisfaction increased from 74% to 81% over a recent six-year period. It is interesting to point out that users of newer instruments were more satisfied with their experience than those equipped with older models. The satisfaction rate stood at 91% for hearing instruments obtained most recently, 77% for hearing instruments purchased 2-5 years earlier, and 74% for hearing instruments that were obtained 6 or more years earlier. Higher consumer satisfaction with their hearing instruments is also reflected by the fact that fewer survey respondents (3%) report leaving their instruments unused “in the drawer” than they did six years earlier, when the unused statistic stood at 12%. At LINDSAY EAR CLINIC, we recognize that there are varied needs and uses for different kinds of hearing instruments. We carry a full range of styles of hearing aids because we want our patients to end up with the right kind of hearing aid that will enable them to hear to their best ability. When you are dealing with hearing loss, you can count on us for experienced, knowledgeable recommendations, evaluations, fittings, and follow-up support. Join the list of satisfied hearing instrument users. Visit us for a hearing test…the first step to better hearing. P.S. According to the survey mentioned above, over half (51%) of repeat buyers consider their current hearing instruments to be “much better” than their first hearing


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July 26 to August 8

Melodie McCullough

Aquarius (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Trust your intuition, Aquarius. What do we mean? Here’s the dictionary definition: Intuition is “knowing” something without being able to explain how you came to that conclusion rationally. It’s that mysterious “gut feeling” or “instinct” that often turns out to be right, in retrospect. We’re predicting that during the coming astrological phase, this mysterious feeling will come in very handy! Pisces (Feb. 20 to March 20) Somewhere an eager heart is waiting for you, Pisces – you and only you – to love and cherish. Don’t be shy. Make yourself available! Aries (March 21 to April 20) An inheritance of some sort may suddenly appear, Aries. If it is large, be sure to remember how to share! If it is small, be grateful for every penny! Taurus (April 21 to May 21) Take a deep breath, Taurus, and look around. Look up to the sky, and forward through the tree branches until you can see your way clearly. Please stop doubting your abilities and your every move. Yonder awaits! Gemini (May 22 to June 22) Remember to check your attitude, Gemini. It’s a little thing but can make all the difference in the world. It can make your day wonderful or make it dreadful. Other people will also notice it and regard you as you regard yourself. Cancer (June 23 to July 23) Your confidence, we think, is sagging, dear Cancer. But the good news is it’s possible to re-build it. For starters, visualize yourself as you want to be – assured, assertive and self-reliant and achieving all your dreams.

Leo (July 24 to Aug. 23) The seventh moon of the year, the “Buck Moon” or “Raspberry Moon” rises July 27. The First Peoples of Turtle Island (North America) believed that by learning gentleness and kindness, we may pass through the thorns of its (raspberry) bush, harvest its fruit and gain knowledge. Take heed, Leo – it is never a bad thing to be kind. Virgo (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Yes, Virgo, mid-summer is upon us. Sometimes we can feel anxious about it and think we have missed out by not doing “summer enough”. But – it’s not over! And we mustn’t compare ourselves to the neighbours, either! There’s still time to plan a few exciting summer moments – just the way YOU like it. Libra (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) If you are feeling a tad lonely, Libra, remember the healing power that a pet can bring – a cat or dog usually, but other animals, too. They will treat you like no other! Scorpio (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) “We heap up around us things that we do not need as the crow makes piles of glittering pebbles.”: Laura Ingalls Wilder. What glittering stones are you collecting, Scorpio? Are there “things” around you that you don’t really need. Perhaps it is time to take stock and shake yourself free of some of them. Fill your life with experiences, not material items. Sagittarius (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) A love triangle may be waiting to ensnare you, dear Sag. Steer clear! This is not what you want or need at this point in your career and life. Capricorn (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Too much drama in your life, Capricorn? The solution is simple: Do Not Engage. Let the other person “carry on” while you maintain your composure and grace. They will look silly. You will look strong!

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On Thursday, August 30 the first annual “HUNT4DREAMS Charity Pickleball Scramble” will be held at the Bobcaygeon Curling Club in support of Kawartha North Family Health Team’s Walk-In Clinics in Bobcaygeon and Fenelon Falls. If you aren’t familiar with this sport drop by the curling club any Tuesday evening, Thursday or Friday morning. It’s also played at  Tommy Anderson Park, Port 32, Victoria Place, in Coboconk and Fenelon Rec Centre. It’s the fastest growing sport in North America. For more information or to register contact Linda Scott at


The community of Kinmount is gearing up for their annual Family Funfest, taking place on Saturday, August 11 from 4pm to 9pm. The downtown street party will include live entertainment, games and activities for the kids as well as the Kinmount Roots Art Show & Sale at Kinmount Artisans Marketplace. Vendor space is available for only $10. Please call 705-488-2919 to book. Organizers are also looking for participants for the Classic Car Kruz-in. Call 705488-1706 for more information about that. If it rains, the event will switch to the Kinmount Community Centre with limited activities. Visit Kinmount Family Funfest on Facebook or for more info.

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Renowned Canadian artists David Grieve, Peter Rotter and Joe Sampson have joined forces to present an exhibit of new works depicting the areas surrounding their lake homes in the Kawarthas. Gallery On The Lake is proud to present ‘Lake Life,’ an exhibit that captures the artists’ connections of the area’s natural beauty. David Grieve’s paintings offer bold brush strokes with vibrant or sometimes muted colour palettes of his beloved Jack Lake. Peter Rotter has been connected to Stony Lake since childhood, and now has a lakeside home on its shores. Peter’s artwork offers a more minimalist approach to lake and forest scenes that evoke past and current memories of this most iconic landmark in the Kawarthas. Joe Sampson is known as the “Water Guy”. He is renowned for his paintings of quiet lakes; roaring surf and  the islands, bays and shorelines  in Canada, the Caribbean or the Mediterranean where he was born. In addition to collaborating in their love of painting and exhibiting together, the three artists consider themselves best of friends, and constantly provide each other with support and inspiration. The Opening Reception and Meet the Artists  event

will be held on Saturday, July 28 from 1 to 4pm. The exhibit continues to August 31 in the main exhibit rotunda. Gallery On The Lake in Buckhorn is the largest retail gallery in Canada located on a beautiful lakefront setting and offers one of the most extensive collections of artwork by some of Canada’s leading and emerging artists. For more information, visit www.

No burning allowed

By Deb Crossen

Here’s something I don’t understand about people. When there are signs everywhere about a fire ban in place, what makes them think it’s okay to have a campfire or light off fireworks? The recent forest fires in our area have me scratching my head, wondering what problem people have in comprehending the severe consequences of a fire out of control. All it takes is a spark from the sparkler or a wayward ash from the campfire to set off the dry brush, grass or trees. Granted, several of the fires fought recently were caused by lightening, but that just goes to underscore how little it takes to devastate an area. Fire officials throughout the Kawartha Lakes

Hello everyone, my name is Peter Raymond, (currently Councillor for Harvey Ward, Municipality of Trent Lakes). I am confirming my intention to Step Up and seeking your support and vote to elect me to be your representative on council to serve as MAYOR in the upcoming October 22nd Municipal Elections. More information available on my campaign Website:

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and Peterborough County sent out a news release to media asking people who smoke to be more vigilant in putting out their butts. Use a deeper ashtray outside, do not put cigarettes out in the garden or flower pots (the vermiculite in the soil does burn – I learned the hard way), make sure if you’re smoking outside that the cigarette is extinguished and, above all, don’t throw your butts out of your car window. I’m sorry you’re not able to enjoy a campfire while you’re here on vacation. But please obey the fire ban until officials say we’ve had enough rain to soak the soil. Lives of our wildlife, the beautiful environment you came here to see and some of our homes may depend on it.


Submitted by John Chambers

There are a number of benefits to using rain barrels to harvest water, and Kawartha Conservation is giving you two more: Great prices and the opportunity to help others, while you help yourself. Kawartha Conservation’s 2018 Rain Barrel sale orders end on Monday, August 20. Interested residents who have not already ordered their rain barrels or accessories have until end of day on August 20 to take advantage of the great pricing offered and finalize their 2018 orders. “This is a perfect opportunity to order rain barrels and accessories at great prices,” said Stewardship Coordinator Holly Shipclark. “People can order 180 litre (47 Gallon) or 220 Litre (55 Gallon) Terracotta rain barrels and a number of accessories from wooden rain barrel stands to downspout diverters, hose and more.” The annual rain barrel sale benefits Kawartha Conservation while providing area residents with a number of rain barrel options. “There are so many benefits to using water collected from rain barrels,” said Ms. Shipclark. “Rainwater is

much better for your plants and soil which makes it perfect for watering hangers and baskets, and it also helps keep your water bills lower in urban areas with water systems.” With the extreme low water conditions in 2016, and the already dry start to summer 2018, more and more people are recognizing the value of rain water harvesting and the cost benefits to using naturally occurring rain water to water lawns and gardens rather than relying on water from the tap. All rain barrels and accessories will be ready for pick up on Saturday, August 25 from 11am to 2pm at the Kawartha Conservation field centre, next to the administrative centre. For those who have not already placed their 2018 order, visit us online at kawarthaconservation/ or contact Holly Shipclark by email at or by phone at 705-328-2271 Ext. 240.


By Mike Puffer

In June, Community Care’s Specialized Transportation program was thrilled to be the recipient of the 100 Men of Kawartha Lakes’ latest fundraising gift. The group proudly presented a cheque for $3,900. Community Care is very grateful for this helpful and meaningful support. The 100 Men of Kawartha Lakes group meets four times/year to select a local organization to support. Three short presentations are made from nominated organizations, then each member casts a vote in support of one of the groups. Everyone then donates $100 to the group receiving the most votes. The funds from the 100 Men will specifically support the upkeep and retrofitting of Community Care’s specialized transportation vans that enable us to safely transport individuals in wheelchairs or stretchers.

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Fenelon Landfill Pollinator Project showing signs of success

By Cheri Davidson, City of Kawartha Lakes

Did you know that in 2017, the City of Kawartha Lakes was designated as a Bee City? We were the 7th City in Canada to be designated, and the third in Ontario, joining Toronto and Stratford. Along with the designation comes the responsibility to encourage residents to support bees and other pollinators on both public and private land and foster environmental awareness around this issue. The initiative is led by the City of Kawartha Lakes Environmental Advisory Committee (CKLEAC) consisting of community leaders, city staff and local experts. This time last year, the committee kicked off the Fenelon Landfill Pollinator Project which saw 1.5 acres of decommissioned soil planted with a pollinatorfriendly seed mix. The seed mix was made to attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies in order to boost their populations, which have shown drastic declines in recent years. Now in its first growing season, the seed mix is self-propagating and has attracted many pollinators. In the future, the hope for the seed mix is that it will help reduce erosion of the landfill cover and stop waste infiltration by capturing rainfall. This project is an ongoing pilot approved by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks. Fleming College has provided assistance by having students actively monitor the project’s effectiveness in attracting pollinators. The Fenelon Landfill Pollinator Project uses a pollinator monitoring protocol that is being used throughout the province to advance knowledge on pollinator health. Community involvement is encouraged and residents can make a difference in their own backyard. For tips and information on how to support pollinators, visit

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Boating is a huge part of living here in the Kawarthas, being right in the middle of the Trent-Severn Waterway with access to all the beautiful lakes and rivers of central Ontario. If you are fortunate enough to own your own boat, then you know how rewarding yet costly ownership can be. Oddly enough, it is still not mandatory to insure your watercraft in Ontario; however, as much as we hate to think about it, an active day of wakeboarding, skiing or jumping off for an afternoon bite to eat in Fenelon Falls, could be the most vulnerable you ever leave yourself. Don’t Leave Yourself Vulnerable The right Watercraft policy will cover you for the unfortunate situations that can turn a great day out on the water, bad... 1. Bodily Injury Liability - Coverage for expenses incurred due to injury of your passengers on board or while getting on or off the boat, tubers/skiiers being towed, others in the water or onboard another watercraft 2. Property Damage Liability - Coverage for expenses associated with damage to property that belongs to a third party 3. Physical Damage Insurance - Coverage for damage, theft, or loss to property that you own; which includes both your boat as well as the trailer that you use to pull it And that’s not all. There are additional coverages that go further and protect your gear: like fishing equipment, your tackle, net, rods, reels and lures. Also, we can offer you towing coverage if you ever find your boat disabled and in need of service! We can make sure you are covered for all of life’s surprises. Just call us and let’s talk about your Boat or PWC Insurance!

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COMMUNITIES IN BLOOM: It took many volunteers and residents to get Bobcaygeon ready for the Communities in Bloom judges earlier this month. The committee is all smiles after the judging (pictured left to right) Shaukat Mohamed, Ruth McIsaac, Joyce Nieuwkoop, Bonnie Harris, Kathy Smyth, Miriam Newton, Kathleen Seymour-Fagan, Carly Poole, Mayor Andy Letham, Ann Adare and Georgina Philips.


Women’s Resources is excited to announce that their gently used clothing store, Vicky’s Values, is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Vicky’s Values was started in 1993 by volunteers who wanted to be able to provide clothing and other

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July 26, 2018 - The Kawartha Promoter

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The Kawartha Promoter - July 26, 2018.

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