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SERVING THE KAWARTHA LAKES AREA

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Volume 23, Issue 4

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Health & Wellness

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Local Events

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The only thing better than someone cheering me on is the feeling I get when I cheer somebody else on. Of course, I speak only for myself. The pat on the back, subtle nudge, words of encouragement; that, “You can do it! Good job!” are all gestures and acknowledgements we can extend anytime and literally change someone’s world. I didn’t always know this. Hopefully, it was because I just didn’t know better. If I could go back in time and improve my choices, one thing would be to follow through on my promises. Those I made to others and myself. In recent years, I consciously worked on it because it was my job – it took mere moments to realize what a difference it made. Think about it. Encouragement. Promises. Following through can take us out of our way in time or distance. They can take us out of our comfort zone. How easy it is to rationalize our way out of them. I read this somewhere: Don’t get sidetracked by people who are not on track. Don’t get sidetracked when you’re

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following through on encouragement, a task or your word. Unless it’s deliberate. Deliberate sidetracking can result in great coincidences and splendid results. Like flipping a coin at the fork in the road. Several years ago, a friend and I embarked on an adventure – a sweet, meandering road trip without a timeline or particular destination. As we approached Bennington, Vermont, we spotted the white church and steeple often associated with New England towns. It was autumn; I recall the sunshine, cool air and magnificent colours. We stopped for a stretch and a wander through the cemetery next to the church. There I saw it, right in front of me. As if I was meant to find it. It was the weathered stone that marked the grave of Robert Lee Frost. My hero poet of all time. The Road Not Taken, Christmas Trees, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Robert Frost. 1874 to 1973. How many generations of souls did he cheer on by his words and talent? How many did he inspire to stay on track? The line I most often quote, “…But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep…” editor@thepromoter.ca

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Village Voice The Promoter reserves the right to edit Letters to the Editor for length and clarity. Please include your email or mailing address and daytime phone number (not for publication). All opinions expressed are those of the writer.

Questions

I understand the reason behind adopting a new name was introduced because GCH residents serviced from the Buckhorn Post Office could not use the name Buckhorn as it wasn’t the official name of the area. As a resident of the portion of (formerly) Harvey Twp., east of Bobcaygeon to Flynns Corners, we are serviced from the Bobcaygeon Post Office. As residents and taxpayers to Trent Lakes, will we be changing our address or remain as Bobcaygeon K0M 1A0? This also raises another question. Since Buckhorn post office residents could not use Buckhorn, due to proper name requirements, why does Bobcaygeon get to use Bobcaygeon? Are they not (proper) City of Kawartha Lakes? Dave Dice ? Lakes

Why Won’t GCH Counsel Defend Its Constituents?

I recently read in Kawartha Lakes This Week, that the CKL Council supports the review of the City’s heavy truck regulations. As many know there is an existing

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application for a 400+ acre Mega Quarry just outside Bobcaygeon, towards Buckhorn. There are apparently many more quarry applications “in the wings.” It has been estimated that 80% of the trucks from the current application will head to the GTA via Bobcaygeon and Lindsay. I think it is responsible of CKL counsel to review the City regulations “to restrict/manage heavy truck load traffic”. Cumulative effect of heavy hauling equipment will take its toll on the roads. I also read that CKL have an Aggregate Secondary Plan Steering Committee. Another responsible move by that counsel that is to be applauded. On the other hand, I live in Galway-Cavendish & Harvey and what we wouldn’t give for them to develop such a committee. Oh, we had one...in 2004–2006. I have read the minutes from those years. They designated a lot of land under the aggregate resources act and then it was no more. It was developed as an advisory committee that the Council could utilize to determine future aggregate concerns and issues within the Township. Why would they still not want this committee? Apparently, representatives from our Council were asked by the CKL Council in December to attend a meeting concerning the aggregate industry. Big surprise, none of our counsel attended! There has been a suggestion made to our council to form a quarry steering committee with representation from the public. Transparency has been asked for. Many asked council not to pass the zoning by-law that would see this Mega Quarry come closer to fruition. To no one’s surprise, they saw fit to do none of these things and washed their hands clean. GCH passed the zoning by-law in favour of the Mega Quarry and then basically it has fallen on the public to appeal it at the OMB (Ontario Municipality Board). In many constituent’s minds the Mayor and Council have basically said it is better to appeal on the individual’s dollar. Whose dollars are those at the Township office? Why are they so indifferent? Why would they not fight for us? Why do they refuse our help? Why will they not work with us? Why do they seem to be “petrified of the OMB?” (Quote from 2004/2006 committee minutes) Again, the silence and indifference is stifling. I am frustrated, disappointed and frightened that quarries will surround us if we don’t stand up now and demand a Management plan for existing and future quarry applications. No more approvals until we have a plan. Does this not make sense? Janet Klein Nogies Creek

RCL Branch 239 Ladies Auxiliary

Our Ladies Auxiliary held their Christmas Raffle in December and are pleased to say we raised $1517.25 with the proceeds being divided between the Kawartha North Family Health Team Bobcaygeon with a cheque in the amount of $758.63 being presented to Gary Horner, Chairman of the Board. Leave the Streets Behind were also given a cheque for the same amount.

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The Christmas Raffle Prize Winners were as follows: (Large basket) Lillian Drummond, (Medium Basket) Isla Subject, (Party Pack) Ken and Jean Brown, (Winter Clothing) Susan Langdon. Congratulations to everyone. We were saddened by the loss of our Comrades Betty Shea, a Life Member, and Doreen Forchon, Former President of Branch 239. “We will remember them.” Comrade Shirley Outram

It’s Cool to Curl!

there for us when we need them: Ruth Ann Wilson, Emily Wilson, Sheena Dobbie, Alan and Sylvie Lobb, Craig and Nicky McPherson, Gerry Brown and Melanie Hunt Photography with Trevor Hunt helping us capture some memories of the day. The day ended in a giant conga line, led by Sparky, followed by the skaters who stayed to the end and actively filled by children and the Bobcaygeon Buck’s Hockey Team.

The Bobcaygeon Curling Club held an “In-House” Bonspiel for their lady members, sponsored by our own Strangs’ Valu-Mart. The theme was “Life’s a Beach.” Such fun with costumers, trivia contests, food, and of course, curling. Thanks again to Strang’s for their prizes, food deals and support for eleven years. The winning team was skipped by Marlene Henry, with Lois Clarke, Tova Hendriksen and Nicolette Thomas. Sam Holley

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“At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.” Branch 67 Lindsay (705)324-2613

• L ive Entertainment Saturday evenings from 7:30 to 11 pm. Open to the public. Call (705)324-2613 or visit www.lindsaylegion.ca. • Saturday, March 9, Hard Tymes Live. Admission is free.

Branch 238 Fenelon Falls (705) 887-3041 • New email account for Event Enquiries: fenelonlegion.events@gmail.com • All General Enquiries: br238rcl@gmail.com

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Family Day Skate, Monday, February 18th at the Bobcaygeon Arena was a resounding success for the fourth consecutive year. Approximately 350 people came out over the course of the day and we gave away more than 400 hot dogs and 130 cups of hot chocolate. Thanks to Fred and Heather Strang of Strang’s Valu Mart for their generous contribution of the buns for our hot dogs (the balance left over was donated to the Bobcaygeon Helps Food Bank) and Kawartha Lakes Emergency Services for providing us with two tables of valuable information for families and homes as well as bringing Sparky along with them to skate with the kids. Thank you also for the gift contributions for the families from Dixie Lee Chicken, Just for the Halibut, Embers Grillhouse, Crayola-Lindsay, Tim Horton’s Bobcaygeon, and Fire & Rescue for all of the goodies we were able to put in gift bags for the lucky trivia question answerers. We couldn’t have done the day without the help of very special friends who always seem to be

“ Ladies Night Out” Friday, April 12th More information forthcoming. Monthly “Big Buck Euchre”. Cash prizes, lunch. Thursday night: Hamburger Night, Fun Euchre starts at 7 pm. Every Friday night is “Wing Night”. Friday nights in March and April: Karaoke contest, great prizes – A.O.M. event.

John McGrath Branch 441 Kinmount (705) 488-3462 • M arch 15, 6:45 pm. Easter Bingo $500 jackpot. Please bring a non-perishable item for Food Bank. • March 17, 5-7 pm Buffet Dinner and Celtic music with Phil McMahon & Paddy’s Lament. $10 Adults; $5 admission for children under 12. • March 20, 11 am Big Buck Bid Euchre, $10. • March 22, 8 pm Karaoke, DJ Paul Wilson.

Branch 497 Omemee (705) 799-5095 • March 16: Saint Patrick’s Day dance. • April 26: Spaghetti Dinner and Silent auction. • Country Music Jams every 2nd Saturday, 1 pm: March 9, 23, April 6, 20 & May 4. Bring your acoustic guitar fiddle or banjo and join in the fun. • Blue Grass Jams Every 2nd Sunday, 1 pm. March 17, 31 & April 14.

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March 22nd Karaoke and Wings featuring John and Gail Goode. Starts at 5:30 PM Cost $7.00 March 22nd Ladies Luncheon 11:30 cost $7.00. The weekly Meat Roll on Saturday March 23rd will be featuring Turkeys and Hams (Happy Easter) starts at 3 PM.

Your Legion Branch is a vital part of the community. The Promoter invites area Branches to submit brief updates on your Legion News. Please send your submission, 50 words or fewer, to editor@thepromoter.ca Deadlines alternate Wednesdays from March 13.

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The sport of curling is alive and well, and the future is in good hands if the Fenelon Funspiel is any indication. The teamwork and sportsmanship of these young curlers are heart-warming to watch; their expertise, excitement and fun thoroughly evident as they enjoyed the day. Every participant left the Fenelon Falls Curling Club a winner, with their prize and a big smile on their face. Sixty-four curlers, ages 7-16, took to the ice for two 6-end games, with a pizza lunch from Godfather’s Pizza between games, and prizes for all. Novice and experienced curlers came from: Bobcaygeon, Woodville, Minden, Haliburton, Port Perry and Coldwater, to join 3 Fenelon rinks on the ice. Parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends, filled the spectator gallery, adding to the festive atmosphere. Thank you to Burke’s Kitchens and Salon 31 for prize donations. Bev Vivian and Heather LeCraw, coaches of the Fenelon Falls Junior Curling program were overwhelmed with the support of parents and club members to organize and host the non-competitive event. Thanks and appreciation go to Alicia, Jen, Maria and Danielle, our volunteer kitchen team, Cheryl and Leanne for the prize table and lunch time games and activities, Rick for registration and draw master, and of course the coaches and parents of visiting clubs who braved the snowdrifts left over from Friday’s storm to drive the boys and girls to the Fenelon Falls club. Curling rocks!! Heather LeCraw

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City Hall

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The North West Trunk The North West Trunk Project finally got approved. On Feb. 28 at 1 pm, Council met in a special meeting ostensibly to deal with one major item on the agenda – the NWT. When I arrived 20 minutes before the start of the meeting, I immediately sensed this meeting was not going to be the usual run-of–the mill meeting of council. The first thing was 40+ mostly young men carrying placards extolling the need for jobs. Secondly, parking space was at a premium, which, on most regular council meetings, this is not a problem. Upon entering the Council Chamber, signs designating space reserved for the media were evident. They’re not normally there. Every member of Council was there, ready to put closure on an issue that on Feb. 06 ended in a tie vote necessitating the issue being sent back to the steering committee for further review. Better stay awake for this one, I thought. At the core of the problem was the fear that boring under the Scugog River would release PCB’s that are present in the silt on the bottom of the river. Ron Taylor, Director of Planning, along with his staff and Stantec Consulting Group, assured Councillors and the public that boring under the river would have no impact on PCB’s as the drilling would be 3 meters below the river bottom. Ward 10 Councillor Gord James was nevertheless unmoved by their assurances and said that, environmentally speaking, the ‘overthe-river’ option was the safer way to go. A total of nine speakers, were each given 5 minutes to make their case for the over or under option. Eight were advocating the boring option, most notably Gordon Mason of Mason Homes and two of his consultants saying it was time to get on with building the City. The NWT is crucial to expanding the tax base of the City by building over 2,000 new homes and bringing in new businesses such as Walmart. Sharon King one of the speakers and was quite articulate in advocating the bridge option. In

the back of everyone’s mind, I suspect, was the recent withdrawal of Home Depot even though it has been said the delay of this project was in no way related to their decision. As the afternoon wore on, it was evident that Councillor James’ position would no longer sway enough Councillors to support the bridge option. One has to remember that the developers are paying 71% of the cost of the North West Trunk Project with the City picking up the other 29%, the majority of that covered by the Provincial Infrastructure Renewal process. In a last desperate attempt, a clearly frustrated James confronted Director Taylor, repeatedly demanding information related to the bridge that was, he believed, relevant to supporting his bridge position. Taylor, for his part, assured the Councillor that he and his staff had done all that was requested of Council. At one point, James wondered why Taylor was not able to reach the President of the Algonquin Company for the information he requested. Taylor replied that he had the work number with the extension but that was the only number he had. Councillor James admonished Taylor for not having the cell phone number. Now that’s nit-picking. In a recorded vote, 10 in favour and 6 opposed, the NWT Project got approved. It is interesting to note that in doing so, two Councillors (Stauble and Villemaire) said that in their heart they wanted the bridge but they were voting in favour of the option of boring under the river. The Chamber exploded in applause when the results were announced by Mayor McGee. Open Year rOund

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Bobcaygeon Chamber of Commerce The Chamber of Commerce events calendar reintroduces its popular Before 9/After 5 gettogethers. Originally designated After 5, because the lateafternoon time would attract the business community after they’d closed their doors for the day, it became Before 9/After 5 because popular demand was for the 90-minute sessions to be held before those same doors opened. The morning format remains the same – a full breakfast followed by a presentation by a local businessperson or other authority on an interesting topic. This year’s initial edition will be held at the Lock 32 Pub Restaurant, Bolton Street, from 7:30 to 9 am, Tuesday, March 19, with the $8 fee buying a baconor sausage-and-egg breakfast with juice, toast, home fries and tea or coffee. The presenter will be City of Kawartha Lakes Tourism Development Officer Laurie Bell, who will speak on the Economic Development Department’s “Discover, Play and Stay” tourism program. Another number that’s increasing is the Chamber membership. It currently stands at more than 250. As the following shows, it is recognized for its value by both business owners/operators and trades people. The most-recent new members include: Birch Cove Campground, 3010 Pigeon Lake Road/County Road 17, owned by Grant Hooper;

Bobcaygeon Electronic, 90 Bolton Street, owned by Glen and Nancy Barton; Bobcaygeon Foodland, whose Brian and Mary Peoples have joined us from Glencoe, Ontario, where they ran the Glencoe Foodland; Confederated Electric, owned by Geoff Denstedt at 705.928.7842; Gus Brown’s Edgetown Ford-Lincoln Sales Limited, where owner Gus Brown is overseeing a major expansion; Maguire’s Liquid Asphalt Service, owned and operated by Chris Maguire at 705.738.9462; Mark McBride’s Mark’s Worm Warehouse on County Road 36; antiques/ collectibles/gifts Nan’s Crossroads, whose 49 King Street East location is managed by Brittnee Creagmile; Peter Waite Painting, whose namesake can be contacted at 705.344.1738; Larry Phillips-managed Phillip’s Motorsports at 109 East Street North; and SRS Home Improvements, owned and operated by Ed Newhook at 705.738.6446.

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If a debt collector has contacted you regarding a debt that you owe, you do have certain legal ‘rights’? For example, debt collectors are generally not allowed to do the following: • Contact your friends, your employer, your relatives, or neighbour for any information other than your telephone number or address (unless you have specifically asked the debt collector to do so). • Use threatening, intimidating or abusive language; or threaten harm. • Contact you on holidays, before 7 am or after 9 pm, or during certain hours on Sunday. • Send you anything that looks like an official document from a court or government agency when it is not. • Threaten legal action when they do not intend to do so. If you believe that a debt collector is harassing or threatening you, it may be time to review your legal rights. Often a letter of complaint will address your concerns, and stop those annoying calls. Donna M. Wood is a Licensed Paralegal with Wood Paralegal Law Office, Bobcaygeon. 705.738.9841

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ALEXANDER DOBSON Return Performance in Bobcaygeon

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Alexander Dobson returns to Bobcaygeon with pianist Jeanie Chung on March 9th after performing with Cicela Månsson in Handel’s Messiah in December of 2010. In that memorable performance he had the audience riveted with his commanding solos mixing his gorgeous voice with exceptional acting skills. Baritone Alexander Dobson is highly praised for his musicality and dramatic awareness in a wide range of repertoire. On March 9th hear him perform well-known music, ranging from the Songs of Travel by Ralph Vaughan Williams to songs from Show Boat and South Pacific to the best loved opera arias from the Barber of Seville and the Marriage of Figaro. A dedicated concert and recital artist, Alexander has appeared with the Orchestre Métropolitain, the National Arts Center Orchestra, the Edmonton Symphony, in recital at Toronto’s Aldeburgh Connection; at the Vancouver New Music Festival; and with Montréal’s Theatre of Early Music. He has sung Schubert’s Winterreise to great acclaim in Canada, England, and France. Alexander Dobson in concert March 9, 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Church in Bobcaygeon. Presented by the Bobcaygeon Music Council. Single tickets ($25/ adult, $5/child). www.bobcaygeonmusic.com.

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The Second Annual Pancake Breakfast of Village Baptist Church was held at the Bobcaygeon Legion this year and attendance was up significantly over last year with more than 260 visitors enjoying a free pancake breakfast on a cold Tuesday, February 12. An additional 30 meals were delivered throughout the community. The church very much appreciates the support of Bobcaygeon Foodland, Bobcaygeon Hearing Services, Bobcaygeon Home Hardware, The Bobcaygeon Legion, Bobcaygeon Valu-Mart, Just for the Halibut, Kawartha Dairy, National Grocers and Pawz ‘N’ Clawz for this event. We pray for everyone to have a safe, happy and meaningful Easter season, and appreciate the opportunity we have had to contribute to it.

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Fenelon Calling all kids and young at hearts! Come out to the Fenelon Falls Annual Downtown Easter Egg Hunt! This is a rain, snow or shine event. It runs from 9 am to noon on Saturday, March 30. Hop on over to Easter Bunny Headquarters at Slices N’ Scoops, 10 Water Street to pick up your map of participating stores. Then hop around town and collect stamps to receive your loot bag filled with yummy Easter treats. Also taking place at Easter Bunny Headquarters is Pictures with the Easter Bunny, cookie decorating, a petting zoo, face painting and a balloon twister. Remember to enter your name for a chance to win one of three Easter Baskets filled with treats and toys. This event is coordinated and sponsored each year by the kind support and donations of the individual business owners and non-profit organizations of Fenelon Falls. Come out, celebrate and enjoy an eggcellent time!

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Mardi Gras in Fenelon Falls

They weren’t serving jambalaya and gumbo, they were flipping pancakes! The gentleman of St. James Church Fenelon Falls were all lined up smartly behind the buffet table, wearing aprons, Mardi Gras beads and big smiles. “Mardi Gras” literally means “Fat Tuesday” and Tuesday, February 12 was the day. Big, fat, fluffy pancakes were served, along with sausages and gallons of real maple syrup. Ladies from the church bustled by, wearing colourful Mardi Gras glasses and serving homemade cookies and ice cream. Tables were decorated in a Mardi Gras theme. Several little girls went home with smiles on their faces, wearing the table decorations, “glow in the dark” butterfly masks. One big girl, Shirley Johnson, went home smiling as the winner of the 50/50 draw. St. James church served 121 pancake dinners, a real community event, fun for all ages. Fenelon Falls is fortunate to have the Association of churches which includes eight diverse churches or denominations, who all co operate in a wonderful spirit of fellowship and fun. The Mardi Gras Pancake supper was part of a series of dinners, one of their planned events which benefit the whole community. Over $1,000 was raised. “Laissez les bon temps rouler!”

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Mother’s Day and Father’s Day! The Promoter invites you to enter our 2013 Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Photo Contests. We’re looking for the image that best represents your mom or dad. Your recently taken image may be candid, serious, formal, informal, active or feet up. Whatever best reflects your heart. The winning photos may be published in The Promoter and (possibly) appear on the front cover. Please attach your image to your email, including photo credit, to contest@thepromoter.ca. The deadline is APRIL 15. In the subject line of your email, indicate: Mother’s Day OR Father’s Day. We do ask that you are a year ‘round or seasonal resident of the Kawarthas. Thanks and good luck!

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Aries (March 21 to April 20) Getting a start on spring planting this year? Starting some indoor seeds? Don’t forget to water and fertilize the soil … and yourself, dear Cancer. What we mean to say is look after yourself just as you would a tiny sprout — because you are worth it! Taurus (April 21 to May 21) Taurus! It’s time to find the “art in your life”. Whether it’s the food you arrange on a plate, the outfit you choose for the day – art, in its many forms and formulae, is everywhere. No masterpieces required! Gemini (May 22 to June 22) Don’t believe everything people tell you, Gemini, because those around you may be less than honest in the coming days. Think for yourself and rise above this. Do not sink to their level. Cancer (June 23 to July 23) Feeling a little down these days, Cancer? Our prescription for better health: We recommend that for one day you promise yourself to smile at every single person you meet. Try it and see what results! Leo (July 24 to Aug. 23) Do not fear, dear Leo. Love will find its way. What is meant to be, will be. Patience is, indeed, a virtue. Virgo (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Virgo – we’re suggesting you “watch your screen time”. You know what we mean. The television, Facebook, Twitter, video games – whatever your weakness – all have a way of sapping your energy and stealing your time that could be spent in much better ways. Can you do without during this phase? Give it a try. Libra (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) “Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.”

Mark Twain. Ah, forgiveness, dear Libra! We sense at this time that it is something that plays on your mind. Do your best to see the best in everyone and everything, and this will help you with your effort. Scorpio (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Get messy! Make mistakes! Follow your heart! That’s right, Scorpio, we’re talkin’ all out! Take a stab at life. Let your imagination run wild because there are no limits. Sagittarius (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Success is not so much what you achieve in the end, but what you have gone through to get there. It’s like a gorgeous photograph that turns everyone’s head. Did the photographer just “snap” it? No, he/she sought out the scene and patiently waited for the right moment. It was process that captured the image. Remember this sage lesson, dear Sag. Capricorn (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Remember, dearest Capricorn, how wonderful you are! And how many people look up to you, value your friendship and love you. You can’t go wrong with all that love floating in your direction, now can you? Find someone to talk to about your feelings. Aquarius (Jan. 21 – Feb. 19) With spring almost upon us, it’s time to cut back the old growth and let the new growth shine through. That’s right – make way for a fresh start. You’ll always have the memories – just build on them. Pisces (Feb. 20 to March 20) Prepare for an eventful fortnight ahead, Pisces. An old friend may drop in for a visit. Welcome this, but be wary. Ignore the gossip and rumours that may accompany this. Think with your head. How you respond is entirely up to you.

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Bobcaygeon: Case Manor – 18 Boyd St. Bobcaygeon Trinity United Church – 42 William St. Bobcaygeon Fees: SAVE $25. – purchase the 12 class package for $95. – less than $8 per class Drop-ins welcome $10 per class For class details and registration contact your licensed Zumba Instructor Karen Dewsbury Email: kbdewsbury@gmail.com / www.Zumba.com Phone: 904-460-1085 before March 31st or Phone: 705-731-0536 after April 1st.

Fenelon Falls: Fenelon Falls Community Centre – 27 Veteran’s Way Fenelon Falls** **For registration and fee details for these classes please contact Tracey Cooper, Fitness Coordinator, City of Kawartha Lakes @ (705) 324-9411 x1559 or tcooper@city.kawarthalakes.on.ca.**

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Location. Location. Location. Find Freedom in Your Home

Strong Plan for Healthy Seniors As a senior 65 years or older in Ontario, you could qualify for a tax credit to help with the cost of making your home safer and more accessible. Ontario’s Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit can help provide the freedom, confidence and independence to make your home a more comfortable place for years to come. The Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit is a permanent, refundable personal income tax credit for seniors and family members who live with them. If you qualify, you can claim up to $10,000 worth of eligible home modifications on your tax returns. The amount you get back for these expenses is calculated as 15 percent of the eligible expenses you claim. For example, if you spend and then claim

$10,000 worth of eligible expenses, you could get $1,500 back. Before you start any modifications, check to see that the work qualifies so you can claim the expenses. Some examples of work that qualifies: • Walk-in bathtubs • Wheel-in showers • Widening passage doors • Lowering existing counters/cupboards • Certain renovations to perm it a first-floor occupancy or secondary suite for a senior • Grab bars around toilet, tub and shower

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that a large part of selling real estate is about selling the community and are staunch supporters and raving fans for growing the area. They embrace a personal philosophy of giving back to their business and to the community where they live and earn their living. Mike is a fifth generation native of Coboconk and a graduate of Fenelon Falls Secondary School. Getting involved has long been his choice for contributing to our community. He was the founding Chair of what is now the Kawartha North Family Health Team in Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon. He has served as a member of the Fenelon Falls and •H  andrails in corridors District Chamber of Commerce and several of its • Wheelchair ramps, stair/wheelchair lifts and Committees and he is presently an active member elevators of the Fenelon Forward, Powerlinks and Business •N  on-slip flooring in the bathroom Retention and Expansion Committees for Fenelon You have to claim your total expenses on your Falls. He served on the Kawartha Lakes Real Estate personal income tax return. For the 2012 tax year: Board for eight years as a Director, President and you can claim expenses related to work billed Chair of various committees. for between October 1, 2011 and December 31, Mike and Jocelyne have gained respect over 2012. For tax years 2013 and after, you can claim the years for representing their clients with a expenses related to work you were billed for in that professionalism and commitment to customer care year. that is well above the crowd. You may be eligible for assistance through “Our goal is to cushion the stress of real estate other programs that help people stay in their homes. transactions by being knowledgeable, always being Ontario.ca/healthyhomes, 1.866.668.8297. there for our clients and going the extra mile” says Excerpts from Source: Find Freedom in Your Home, Ontario. Mike. Jocelyne adds “Preparation, attention to ca/healthyhomes detail, sensitivity and responsiveness to our clients’ needs – that’s our service standard”. Their clients have said, “They far exceeded our How Know to Find It Inspections Inc. expectations.” Your Home Know Your Home Inspections Inc. Mike and Jocelyne live on Cameron Lake www.professionalhomeinspections.ca Mike and Jocelyne Barkwell are successful RE/ in Fenelon Falls. They have two children, five 705-454-9384 www.professionalhomeinspections.ca MAX representatives part of the grandchildren and three granddogs. 705-454-9384 who have become ��������������������������� SERVICES landscape in the area. ���������� Drop in to see Mike and Jocelyne at their new Know Your Home Inspections Inc.They Know Your Home��������������������������� Inspections Inc. have always believed Pre Purchase Home Inspections SERVICES RE/MAX location, right on the corner of Francis ���������� Energy Efficiency Rating for New Home Construction 705-454-9384 705-454-9384 Pre Purchase Home Inspections and Colborne Streets in Fenelon Falls. Energy Star for New Homes

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Fenelon Falls Expands New Country Living Show

This May 3rd, 4th and 5th will see the introduction of a newly expanded show, entitled Fenelon Falls Country Living Show. Building on the success of one great show is the whole idea. This year, after 28 years, what has become known as the Home and Cottage Show will move to the new Fenelon Falls Community Centre. New name, new location. It’s bigger, better and will feature even more great

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Don’t miss this expanded new show, featuring many new Country Living seminars or presentations, gardening tips and barbeque recipies for a great summer season. Introducing a Kid’s Fun Area with the popular “Zoo-To-You” exotic zoo exhibit. For just $3, you have unlimited access to the Show for the entire weekend.

exhibitors – from home renovations, windows, home decor and traditional services to a newly expanded list of “quality living” exhibitors and demonstrations – even watercraft and sports equipment. Everything to make your summer living better with more than 100 booths full of useful information and great sources for that spring project. This year it will feature new entertainment and many useful seminars on gardening, boating and the all-important barbeque. Get some new recipes and get some useful entertaining tips. A Silent Auction and Door Prize draw will add to the excitement. Bring the kids. At the new Community Centre will be a kids play area with activities, entertainment and the popular Zoo-ToYou exotic zoo. Don’t miss this exceptional show. The $3 admission allows you to enjoy all of the features when it’s most convenient for you. Come Friday night and return Saturday and Sunday, all for one low price. See you at the newly, expanded Fenelon Falls Country Living show.

BOARD OF TRADE LAUNCHED In Kawartha Lakes

It’s official. The Kawartha Lakes Board of Trade has been incorporated and registered, and is ready to “Serve business and support our community.” This is its purpose and function, says Marlene Morrison Nicholls, one of the Executive team of the Lindsay & District Chamber of Commerce and among the founding directors of the new community-based association. “While it’s been six months of effort to get to this announcement, the idea has been on the radar for a number of years, as it has for other organizations across the City of Kawartha Lakes.” said Ms. Morrison Nicholls. “This would have never happened without interest and support from Bobcaygeon, Norland, Coboconk, Fenelon Falls, Omemee and Woodville, the City and of course, the Kawartha Lakes CFDC.” The KLCFDC provided the financial support to hire a consultant, for the development and submission of the legal documentation, and assisted in staging meetings. All is under the Federal Government’s Eastern Ontario Development Program, which the KLCFDC delivers locally on behalf of the Federal

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Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario. “They provided meeting and office space as well as the involvement of their General Manager, Andrew Wallen, which has been just great.” said Frank Kinzinger, President of the Fenelon Falls Chamber of Commerce and another one of the initial directors. The group welcomes all Kawartha Lakes businesses to develop programming and projects that can assist business, and create a powerful voice in representing our area in key matters relating to legislative policy or other aspects of business operations. “Our next steps involve an application for support as we develop our procedural and governance policies and start to build both our membership and our Board of Directors.” said Marlene Morrison Nicholls. Contact the new Board of Trade via the Lindsay Chamber office at 705.324.2393; new contact information and location will follow. “This is an inclusive group, where no one need be left out and where no organization will be told to participate or what the expectations anticipated of them are. Once all can see the value, they will want to set certain standards in terms of how it operates, but this will only be done as a group and in the fairest, most democratic way possible.”, said Andrew Veale of Woodville, another founding director.

Ian Crockford, Chair of the KLCFDC Board added, “We congratulate all involved in making this idea come to life. The Lindsay & District Chamber of Commerce is fulfilling its obligations within its EODP submission but we know that it has been the concerted effort of a larger group of committed business people and professionals that has really made this happen. As a business person myself, I can see great things developing from this. There is a clearly a will to succeed here and now there’s strength and commitment behind it.”

Classifieds and Coming Events New Format and Guidelines Our Local Events is now “LOCAL CHARITABLE EVENTS.” This listing is a special service and available only to not-for-profit organizations and events. Please limit information to: Event, date, time, location and contact email or phone number. Submit to: classifieds@thepromoter.ca Submission deadlines are alternate Wednesdays, beginning March 13, 2013. We continue to offer special rates for non-profit classified and display ads. Please contact us.

Learn to Fly in Lindsay! Learn to fly with us!

Flycanadian Flight Training has set up shop at Lindsay airport and is ready to take on new students. A fleet of Cessna 152s, Cessna 172s, and a twin engine Piper Seneca are standing by, waiting to take flight. With spring on the horizon they are available to take students up for intro flights, sightseeing flights, or to earn their pilot wings. Go on down to the airport and meet the crew. Robert, the Chief Flight Instructor, Simone and Sonny will help you set up your flight training. The school also boasts a TC approved flight simulator, and plenty of classroom space. Book your flights online, show up to meet your instructor and go fly.

Spring Special Private Pilot Ground School starting March 18 only $400

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Focusing on all the modern aspects of flight training, including technical and non- technical markers to enhance training. This allows the student to benefit from self-critique and learn all about the skills required to conduct safe efficient flight operations. While teaching our students the core flying skills, we also teach crew resource management. Students learn what situational awareness really is and how to enhance it. We explore leadership, decision making, flight management and error management. Ground school is held at the Lindsay Airport located on Highway 35.

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Settlers’ Village

Things are coming back to life at the Village. I am back in the office after a nice break. Art, woodcarving, quilting and bunka groups are meeting as usual and schools are calling for the spring bookings! Even summer camps are booking spaces, so please call now to avoid disappointment. We’ve had several bookings for weddings this year. Many couples have chosen our unique setting for their wedding service and or reception. The 126 yr old Fairbairn Church is a picturesque quaint white country church that holds approximately 125. For larger weddings or anniversary celebrations, we have rented the Murphy Barn, which is a wonderful backdrop for any event. Our Gazebo, donated by Frank and Joyce Poole, is also a lovely place if you chose an outdoor theme for your wedding. We rent chairs and can provide information about decorating and Ministers to help you with your special day. Many couples come to the Village after their wedding to take pictures surrounded by the old buildings, gardens and special settings. We welcome you to call the office to be sure we are aware of your intentions. We simply ask that you make a donation to the Village to help offset our operating expenses. We are eager to get into the 2013 season. Lots of work to be done, so if you are interested in volunteering, now is the time to call the office, 705.738.6163. Also, check out our website, you can register and pay online for camps, membership and school class trips. We can also accept donations online.

Health & Wellness VARICOSE VEINS What Causes Them?

Varicose veins are very common, affecting up to 25% of women and 15% of men. In this article, you’ll learn what causes varicose veins. To understand the cause of varicose veins, it’s important to remember that there are actually two types of blood vessels, arteries and veins. Arteries bring blood down to the legs under pulsating, high pressure, whereas the veins work by bringing the blood back up the legs, the blood flowing more slowly and against gravity. To counteract this slow flow and the effect of gravity, there are special valves found inside the veins. These valves keep blood flowing upwards and are found in almost all types of leg veins. When vein valves become damaged, varicose veins can form. There are several causes of valve failure, probably the most important factor being genetics and family history. Trauma to the legs can also damage the valves as can the increased blood volume of pregnancy. Certain factors can aggravate the damage to the valves and make the leg veins worse. Examples of these aggravating factors include, repetitive and heavy lifting, standing for long periods of times and inactivity.

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Home treatment measures are aimed at lowering the pressure inside veins. Doctors treat varicose veins by removing the damaged veins either surgically or increasingly by using lasers and injected solutions.

Dr. Peter Ursel has been treating leg veins for over 20 years. Consultations are available at 705. 328.1747. Watch his video at http://www.theveinvideo.com for more information or go to http://www.doctorursel.com.

Community Cares

by Mike Puffer

Many people in our community greet each day with a brave face and wonder what is in store for them as they deal with caring for a loved one or friend coping with physical or mental health challenges. Nobody in such circumstances needs to feel that they are alone when it comes to getting support, but that can often be how such caregivers see things. Yet, as the number of Canadians with dementia and mental illness increases, it is important for such caregivers to know where and how to access help when they need it. There are many local people who volunteer with agencies to help residents with such illnesses. It is understandable that such volunteers have needs in dealing with clients who face challenges. On March 26, Community Care presents a training session for agency volunteers and people who deal with individuals suffering from Alzheimer disease, dementia or mental illness. The free session will be 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Fenelon Falls Seniors

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Life isn’t fair…get over it. Deals fall through, people get sick, games are lost, things fall apart, we fail a test, and plans change. 705.344.3544 • Unit#1, 59 William St. Bobcaygeon Our kids are growing up in a world where the www.livenaturallyessentials.weebly.com lessons found in failure aren’t being found. We are so concerned with keeping everything fair, giving everyone a chance and not hurting peoples’ feelings that we have lost that opportunity. They don’t get to find out the feeling that comes with taking responsibility, fixing it and learning from our mistakes. We all know DO YOU SUFFER FROM? people who did everything right, • Shoulder Impingement • Tennis or Golfers Elbow ate the right things, exercised, didn’t • Tendonitis of the Knee or Foot • Heel Spur overdo it, never over indulged and • Carpal Tunnel • Frozen Shoulder still got sick with one thing or another. That is what life is. It isn’t right and it isn’t fair but sometimes we get so focused on the unfairness Have you tried everything, instead of finding the lesson in it and been everywhere, and learning how to get up and can help! take the first step and coming out and still haven't found relief? on the other side, beaten, worn, sweaty but with pride and a sense A non-invasive alternative to surgery, of accomplishment. Shockwave Therapy promotes accelerated We have created a world recovery of injured soft tissue, bone, heel for our kids where trophies are given and joint pain. Therapy sessions are out just for trying so the sweet taste approximately 20-30 minutes in length, of success and the reward for a lot alleviating pain and restoring mobility. of hard work and the stars aligning just right and coming together as a Call today to find out more about how team isn’t truly felt. Shockwave Therapy can help you get out Teachers and coaches of pain and start enjoying life again! are blamed for children failing or not doing well and the lesson in responsibility is lost. We are a society that tries to fix everything, make it seemingly better, bigger, faster without For Informative Research Studies & Links Research: thinking of the repercussions of www.shockwavecanadainc.com/papers.html these actions. Maybe we should give our • 91% improved for Calcific Tendinitis children and ourselves the tools to • 77% improvement for Tennis Elbow cope and learn from failure and • 90% improvement for Plantar Fasciitis disappointment instead of trying to create a perfect – and unrealistic – world.

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• 2 tbsp Blackstrap Molasses • A dash of cinnamon Preparation: Warm almond milk on medium-low heat on stovetop. When milk is just starting to boil, remove from heat and pour into cup. Stir in 2 tbsp of Blackstrap molasses and dash of cinnamon. Enjoy! (Two tablespoons of Blackstrap molasses has approximately 7mg of iron which is enough for a child’s dose of iron.) Melissa Christoffersen is a Nutritional Consultant with Live. Naturally–Essentials for a Natural Lifestyle, in Bobcaygeon. Read more at http://livenaturallyessentials.weebly.com/

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ORIGINAL MAN WITH TRUCK 15yrs experience Lowest prices. Snow removal Painting Garbage removal, Property maintenance Long or short distance moves. No job too small! Bruce 705-738-6321 ____________________ GOPHER CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Snow Shovelling/Roof & Ground Roof Repairs/ Maintenance Eavestrough Cleaning Fall property cleanup Snow shovelling. Roof / ground. Dump Runs Private Security Monica Stanley 705-738-6364 ____________________ EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS Custom-fit clothing alterations. Call April 705.738.2396 ____________________ NOBLE’S PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Clean up of yards, snow and clearing of walkways, parking areas, etc. Dump runs, grass cutting, shrub and hedge trimming, etc. Affordable Rates Tim & Ryan Noble (Hickory Beach) Fenelon 887-9527

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CERAMIC TILE Quality installations. Very reliable. Call Ted for an estimate. 705-454-9826 ____________________ V.M. PROPERTY MAINTENANCE & LANDSCAPERS Experienced and professional. Our quality services include: Aerating, landscaping, lawn care, masonry, garden design & maintenance, spring cleanup, over-seeding, sodding, fertilizing. 705-341-9323 ____________________ B&G AUTO Truck and tractor repair to all makes of diesel and gas vehicles. 2369 Pigeon Lake Rd. 705-799-5161 / 705-341-5247

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FENELON FALLS Short or Long term 1 & 2 bedrm bungalow style efficiency units, completely redecorated, new paint, carpet, hard surface, drapes, tub surrounds, light fixtures, includes stove & fridge, block to downtown, beach & park on 1/2 acre property. *All Inclusive* No smoking/pets. Ref. 905-435-7303. _____________________ ROOM FOR RENT in Bobcaygeon. $400 per month. Fridge / T.V. in room. 705-738-1905.

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FOR RENT Professional office/ store space 79 Bolton Street approx 400 sq ft of storage with parking. Available immediately. Call 416-920-3382. _____________________ BRAND NEW LARGE 2 BDRM NORTH LINDSAY APARTMENT FOR RENT Basement, Private entrance, private laundry, large eat-in kitchen, large living room, large closets. 6 appliances. No smoking. No pets. References. 1st & last. $1100 per month plus utilities. Available February 1st. Call 705-731-7181 and leave message ____________________ House for Rent 3bdrm, 2 bath. Open concept, 2 car garage. 2 level back deck. Appliances included. $1300 per month plus utilities. 705-928-4132 Available March 1st _____________________ 2 Bedroom apartment for rent in Bobcaygeon. $700 plus heat & hydro. 705-928-8296 Ask for Angie or 813-395-5582 Ask for Sam _____________________ 1500 SQ FT commerical at Bobcaygeon Inn. Presently used as esthetician and hair salon. Available June 1. Call Liz 705-738-5433

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ORIGINAL KINDLING GUY Dry clean Kindling, hand packed approx. 35lbs. $10 box. Free local delivery. Call John 705 738 3214 Leave msg! _____________________ Cedar Decking Pine & Cedar v-joint, bundled softwood slabs $20. Trim board & batten Wood shavings Hodgson Bros Lumber 705-454-2219 _____________________ FOR SALE Border Collie pups. 2 males, 3 females. 705-793-2624

THANK YOU

Special thanks to EMS and the Fire Department. Many thanks to Dr. W. Ball and nurses of Peterborough Health Centre. Also, Dr. B. Mac Millan and nurses of Ross Memorial Hospital for taking such good care of me. To Barbara Morgan and her sister Vicky, for all their help and to Rev. Rodney Smith Merkley for his visit and the United Church for the prayers, cards and phone calls. All my friends and neighbours and my family in Panoram, B.C. who called everyday. My niece and nephew, Sue and Bruce who are so kind to me. Thanks to All Virginia Kuenle

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HELP AVAILABLE

Caregiver available to stay with loved ones while you do errands or to help with light cleaning. Please call 705-738-4152

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LOST on Bolton street Saturday February 2nd one Nissan car ignition key with a black chip locking pendant on a small chain. $25.00 reward offered. Pat @705 738-6679

Local Events Free community skates sponsored by The Fenelon Falls and District Lions Club in the Fenelon Falls Community Centre in Memory of Roger Bellwood. Free skating Sundays 12:30 to 1:30 pm, November 18th, 2012 through March 24, 2013. MAR 7- Fenelon Falls United Church present Ian Thomas in concert at 8pm. Call Barbara at 705-8873579 or the church office at 705.887.3040 for tickets MAR 7- Community Care hosts a weekly “Thursday Night Supper” in Fenelon Falls, featuring a freshly cooked meal and socialization. 5:30 pm, Fenelon Falls. $10 per person call 705.324.7323 x 657 to reserve a seat. MAR 12- Enjoy a home cooked meal out at the monthly Diners luncheon held by Community Care in Fenelon Falls. Luncheon served at noon. $7 call to 705.324.7323 x 657 to reserve a seat. MAR 13- Dunsford United Church, invites you to “Messy Church” 5pm – 6:30pm. Bring the family to share a meal, make crafts, and experience worship in a fun, family-friendly environment. For more info, call 705-793-2511. MAR 16- MINI BUCK BID EUCHURE Bobcaygeon Senior Citizens Center 7 P.M. Everyone welcome. For info call Phil 705-738-6271 MAR 17- Country Jamboree at the Buckhorn Community Centre, 1 pm - 5 pm. Bring an instrument or sing or dance - Admission $5. Snack Bar, LLBO. Wheelchair accessible, lots of free parking. MAR 17- Trinity United Church St. Patrick’s Day Ceilidh. 12p.m.. Lunch, entertainment, quizzes and prizes. Adults $10; under 10 $5, $30 family (2 adults, 3 children) Tickets availble Feb 17 at church office (no ticket sales at door) MON- 24/7 Kids at Bethel Christian Fellowship for children grades 1 to 5. Making the Bible practical. Games, snacks & activities. 4 - 5:30. Free! www. bcfonline.ca TUES- Monarch Bible Camp. Girls on the Rock – Free program for girls grades 6 to 8. Henderson House Kawartha Settler’s Village Contact: Village Baptist Church 705-738-3995 TUES & WED- Chess players of all ages are welcome at the Buckhorn Community Centre. Call 705-6578833 for more info. TUES, WED & THURS- Community Cafe at the Buckhorn Community Centre 8:30 to 11a.m. Drop in for bottomless coffee and a treat for a small cost. Bring your computer and use the WiFi . MAR 19- LINDSAY ASPERGER AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP - Monthly meeting. 7PM - 9 PM to share information, support and understanding to parents and caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month

WANTED

Appliances, batteries, electronics, steel, copper, alumium, cars. Anything metal. FREE pick-up. Call Andy 705-793-2145 705-793-2668

WANTED ANTIQUES

Furniture, glass, china, military medals etc. duck decoys, clocks, jewelry, silver dollars, gold, 50 cent pieces, pocket watches etc. Anything old. 705-887-1672.

in the Community Room upstairs at Loblaws For further information, see our website www. LindsayAspergerAutismSupportGroup.ca. There are no membership fees - only a nominal donation of $1.00 per meeting if possible to offset expenses. Hope to see you there! MAR 20- Monthly Caregiver Support Group offered by Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes. A group for people caring for someone with a terminal or lifethreatening illness. 10 - 11:30 am, at Community Care’s Hospice Services, Call 705.3247323 ext 503 to register. MAR 20- Community Care’s Greet and Eat Luncheon in Bobcaygeon at the Royal Canadian Legion. $10.25 per person with lunch served at noon. Call the Community Care office at 705.324.7323 x 656 to be added to the reservation list. MAR 21-Bobcaygeon & District Horticultural Meeting Knox Presbyterian Church Hall, Bobcaygeon. “Rock Gardening - Linda McLeod” MAR 23- Spaghetti Dinner and Loonie Auction hosted by The Fightin’ Fillies, Relay For Life team. Burnt River Community Centre. Doors open at 5pm - Supper at 6pm Loonie auction to follow! Tickets $10 - available at the door or in advance at Kathy’s Pet Foods in Fenelon Falls. Proceeds go to the Canadian Cancer Society Contact: Christina Handley 705-454-3761 or by email: christina@christinahandley.com MAR 24-Peterborough M2M sale. Morrow building, 151 Lansdowne St. West. Peterborough. 2-5 p.m. FREE admission with a non-perishable food item. This is like a huge indoor yard sale/rummage sale where you can buy used baby and kids’ items from other moms. 40 Exhibitors there to display their services. Fun 4 Kidz: Jumping castle, face painting, free popcorn, prizes. MAR 27- Community Care’s diners luncheon in Somerville will be held at the Burnt River Community Centre with lunch served at noon. Call 705.324.7323 x 656 to be added to the reservation list. MAR 27-Lindsay Osteoporosis Support Group meeting @ 6:30pm at Loblaws Community Room. Nutrition Speaker: Grace Pineau Dietician MAR 28- Bobcaygeon Senior Citizens Centre Fund Raisers bus to Casino Rama $2 for the bus and Buffet lunch. Departing at 8:30 from 100 Head Street Bobcaygeon and returning at 4:15. Contact Judy: 705738-4490 MAR 29- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Fenelon Falls, will be hosting a free Pancake Breakfast 8 - 9 a.m. Free will donations to the Fenelon Falls Salvation Army Food Bank will be gratefully accepted. Church service at 9:30 a.m. All are welcomed. For information call 705-887-3412.

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Kawartha Cooks

Featuring Christopher Tuberdyke Saturday is Mexican night at our house. Having a theme really helps narrow down the dreaded ‘So, what’s for dinner?’ question. These enchiladas capture the bright and lively flavours of Tex-Mex without being too heavy. Try them for your next fiesta night!

Zucchini and Black Bean Enchiladas

Enchilada Sauce:

• 1- 5.5oz can tomato paste • 2 1/2 cups vegetable stock • 3 cloves garlic • 1/4 teaspoon each dried oregano, cumin, and chili powder • 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro • 1 shallot, grated • 6-8 slices pickled jalapeno • 1 tsp (or more) of your favourite hot sauce • 1/4 cup sour cream • Salt/fresh pepper

Zucchini Filling:

• 2 large zucchini, halved and sliced into half-moons • 1 small red onion, diced • 2 cups black beans, rinsed and drained • 6 oz soft goat cheese • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro • 2 tablespoons olive oil • Salt/fresh pepper • 6 corn tortillas • 1 avocado

1 Preheat oven to 425. 2 P repare enchilada sauce. Combine first 8 ingredients

in a blender and puree until smooth. Transfer to a saucepan and bring to a bubble. Simmer 15 minutes until slightly reduced and thickened. Remove from heat and whisk in sour cream. Season with salt/ pepper.

3 Toss zucchini and onion in olive oil and place on 2 baking sheets. (Don’t crowd them onto one; they will steam and not roast). Roast 10-15 minutes until tender and starting to brown. Transfer to a large mixing bowl. Mix in black beans, cilantro and 3/4 of the goat cheese.

4 Pour 1/2 of the sauce into a 13x9 baking dish. Divide

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