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NORTH DURHAM Wednesday, April 24 to Wednesday, May 15 Sketch and Water Colour Painting with Roy Bowers. Held at St. John’s Blackstock church hall from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Price is $60. Roy has tips for everyone beginner or experienced. To register please call St. John’s Office 905 986 0557 and leave a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Saturday, April 27 Ham Dinner at Janetville United Church (712 Janetville Road), 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Adults $12 (Advance) $14 (Door) Ages 6 - 12 $6 Age 5 & Under are free Call 705324-4006 or 705-277-2880. - Craft and Bake Sale, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Scugog Island Community Hall. Sponsored by the Scugog Island UCW. Get your baking, have a light lunch, buy a plant. Be early to get your pick of the baby quilts made by our ladies. Sunday, April 28 The Beaverton Thorah Eldon Historical Society plays host to noted culinary historian Dorothy Duncan on the topic “Everyday Life in Upper Canada, 1813” at 2 p.m. All welcome at The Meeting Place, 284 Simcoe St, Beaverton. More info at 705-439-2337. - Trinity United Church in Cannington presents a dinner & concert featuring “The Four Men” with dinner served from 5 to 7 p.m. and concert to follow. A fundraiser for the Mission & Service Fund. Local artisans’ displays as well.For tickets call 705-432-2194 or e-mail email@example.com. May St. John Ambulance Lindsay – May 2013 courses now available. All courses are at Victoria Park Armoury at 210 Kent St. W. For more info or to pre-register, call 705-3249894 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Friday, May 3 Yuk Yuks comedy night in Ajax - profits will go to the Canadian ATV MX Race Team to help 3 young men trying to pursue their dreams and represent their country. If you would like to attend this event and need tickets, please contact any of these three racers, call or e-mail Kristin Withey at email@example.com or 705 286 4714. Saturday, May 4 Port Perry Villa presents the Annual Spring Bazaar and Art Show, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Vendors, Entertainment, Toonie Sale, BBQ, Hanging Baskets and Art Show. Everyone is welcome. Sunday, May 5 Monday Morning Singers Spring Concert: Airs and Arias, Duos and Divas: with guests, soprano Sasha Liebich-Tait and bass baritone Jonathan Liebich. St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Uxbridge. 3 p.m. Tickets $15 at Presents, Presents or at the door. Children are free. More information at www.mmsingers.org or 905-852-3693. - Flea Market at Nestleton Community Hall, Hwy. 7A, Nestleton, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wide variety of vendors, including hot breakfast and lunch available. Held by Caesarea Skateboard Park for Kids Fundraiser. For more info, call Susie at 905-986-4038.
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SCUGOG ISLAND by Jeanne C. Le Saux The call to worship was called by Rev Michelle Hoffman, and a warm and friendly welcome went out to all who attended the service. Thank you goes out to Michelle Hofman, for her ministry. Michelle will be the guest minister next week as well. Thank you to Doug and Susie Baird- for providing the refreshments, following the morning service at time for fellowship. Craft and Bake Sale- Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come early and get your baking, have a light lunch, buy a plant. Come early to get your pick of the baby quilts made
by the Ladies, sponsored by the Scugog Island UCW. Rehearsal for Orchestra Sunday will be May 4/13, with the Orchestra performing on May 5/13. Happy Birthdays this week goes out to: Christena Edgar and Cory Marsden (April 21), April Bell (April 23), Andy Powless and Jody Rodway (April 24), Greg Marsden (April 25), Charles Le Saux and Joan Aldred (April 26) and to Jordan Woodcock (April 27). Happy Birthday to any one else who may have been missed this week. I can be reached by phone at 905-985-7662 and by e-mail at email@example.com. Please have all submissions in by 6 p.m. on Sunday evenings.
BLACKSTOCK by Joyce Kelly The 29th annual Talent Auction (how time flies) on Friday evening was most successful, both as a fun event and also a fundraiser. A large crowd enjoyed the banter of the auctioneers Brian VanCamp and Arnott Wotten as they did their chants. Jessie Gunter and Shirley Tuner along with Shirley’s two daughters, Lauri and Ron Minshell and Jan and Jim Byers have returned home from a most interesting holiday in Arizona. Jamie Gray and Jade Vincent of Pickering were married last week in a lovely beach wedding in Dominican Republic. Members of Jamie’s family who attended were Carol and Brian Gray, Dianne and Brittany Gray, his grandmother Muriel Wotten, Pat Millson, Tom and Wilma Wotten and Jeff Norma Lott and Denise Lott. They enjoyed a lovely week in the sun. Blackstock was well represented at the Farewell
party on Thursday afternoon in honour of Rev. Dale and Anita Davis held at Trinity United Church, Boybcaygeon. Due to poor health, they have moved from Bobcaygeon to a retirement home in Etobicoke after 20 years to be nearer their family. As the time for graduation from colleges and universities is fast approaching, please share your family’s news with me so the community can learn of our young people’s achievements. Winners at the Tuesday evening card party were Alma Manns, Val Priebe, Don Trunks, Wilma VanCamp, Marilyn Trunks (low), Keith VanCamp (lone hands). Specials were won by Laura Zyck, Lawrence McLaughlin, Alma Manns, Elaine Bailey. If you enjoy playing euchre, join this group any Tuesday evening at St. John’s Anglican Parish Hall before 7:30 a.m.
GREENBANK by Mary Jean Till Greenbank Lions are placing a free monthly newsletter in Greenbank store. Money raised by the Lion scrap metal collection helped pay for the children’s Easter party and a donation to the Greenbank/Epsom school for two literacy projects. Yoga continues at the hall four times a week (held Tuesday and Thursday). Phone Kelli at 905-431-1850 for info. Greenbank Centennial Hall is available for rent hourly, or daily; for rates and info call 905985-3723. Durham Beekeepers’ meeting is on April 29, 7 p.m. at Greenbank hall. The Hall and Park Board are fundraising with Otter Greenhouse, 315 Medd Rd., Epsom, from April 8 to June 9. When you buy your plants, let your cashier know you would like your purchase to go to this fundraiser. Maple Syrup, 540ml tins
at a cost $10, is available from the Lions Club - call 905-9853723. Bring your electronic waste and scrap metal to Greenbank hall parking lot on May 4, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to support the Greenbank Lions. Supper and Concert at Cannington, United Church on April 28 - call 705-432-2194 for info and advance tickets. In concert with Irwin Smith on May 4, 8 p.m. at Greenbank church. Tickets are $15 and are available from choir members or by calling 905985-8559 or 905-985-3903. Ham and Salad Supper at Wick church on May 10, 6 p.m. Tickets are $13, call 705-357-3704. Congratulations to Shauna Kuebeck, former Greenbank P.S. student who earned a bronze medal at the Canadian Cadet/ Juvenile Wrestling Championships held recently in Saskatoon.
Church news: The beautiful flowers in the sanctuary on Sunday were in memory of Dale Masche whose funeral service was on April 20 at Greenbank church. Sincere sympathy to the Masche families and Dale’s friends. Former principal of Greenbank Public School, Ralph Rowe of Oshawa, passed away earlier this month after a short battle with cancer. Mr. Rowe will be fondly remembered by former students, their parents and fellow teachers. Condolences to his wife Doreen. Happy birthday to Valerie Hunter was sung. Bible quiz answers were given by Jaelynn Phoenix and Ilak and Sophie Nixon. The senior choir’s anthem “Just a Little Talk with Jesus” was great! The message for all was “Hear Him?” Next Sunday, plan to stay for lunch and congregational meeting (one hour) following 11 a.m. service.
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