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St. John's Presbyterian Church, Port Stanley, will be holding their Rib Dinner, June 15, 5-7pm. Tickets/info 519782-3971. Choral Connection presents a variety concert with orchestra and guest soloists at Centre Street Bap-
tist Church, Saturday, June 16, 8pm. Admission $20 adults, $15 students. 519633-6385.
9-Noon. $6 per person. St. Thomas Legion, Br. 41, 24 John St. Everyone welcome.
Tuesday, June 19, Creating into a Mystery/Prayer Shawl Group 10:30am at St. Andrew's United Church, 60 West Ave. For info 519-6314558. Everyone is Welcome.
Dance, Karate, Soccer, Basketball, ages 4-15. Register by June 20, Locke’s & M o r r i s o n schools. $50 Jumpstart subsidies available. Locke’s Morrison Community Assn. (LMCA) 519488-6449.
Father's Day Breakfast, Sunday, June 19,
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Teddy Bear Picnic, free event for families with children 0-6, Wednesday, June 20, 10am-2pm, Pinafore Park. Lots of fun activities for all. Please call 519-631-9496 to register. Wednesday Euchre Club, June 20, 24pm, St. John's Church on Flora St. Join us for the great game of Euchre, coffee and goodies. Bring a friend.
Freewill offering. Wednesday, June 20, Bible Questions at St. Andrew's United Church, everyone is welcome. For info 519-631-4558. Elgin Business Womens Network, June 20 for The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee EBWN Royal Picnic and Tea at Silverthorn Landscape Supplies, 69pm. RSVP on line. London historian Dan
DEATH NOTICES BOGART, ANGIE (BLANCHER) of St. Thomas, passed away Saturday, June 2nd 2012 in her 55th year. A funeral service was held June 6, 2012. Williams Funeral Home Ltd. DENNISS, MARY VIVIAN (OLDE), passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2012 in her 81st year. A funeral service was held June 1, 2012. Williams Funeral Home Ltd. FRENCH, JOHN E. “JACK” of St. Thomas and formerly of Toronto, passed away Sunday, June 3, 2012 at the age of 90. A funeral service was held June 5, 2012. Williams Funeral Home Ltd. JERMYN, EDWARD “ED” JAMES of St. Thomas, passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2012 in his 54th year. A funeral service was held June 2, 2012. Williams Funeral Home Ltd. JEWELL, DOUGLAS HAROLD of Port Stanley passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2012 in his 95th year. A funeral service was held June 2, 2012. Shawn Jackson Funeral Home.
McLAUCHLIN, JEFFREY SCOTT of Ottawa and formerly of Southwold, passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2012 in his 50th year. A public memorial service was held June 2, 2012. Williams Funeral Home Ltd. WEAVER, ANNA MARTHA (NEE VOKES) of Port Stanley, passed away May 31, 2012 at the age of 86. A funeral service was held June 4, 2012. Shawn Jackson Funeral Home.
Brock will speak at the Annual Meeting of the Elgin St. Thomas Archives Assn., June 21, 7:30pm, Elgin County Museum, 4th Floor, 450 Sunset Drive. 519-633-3939. Thursday, June 21, 100th Anniversary Premier, 6:30pm, St. Andrew's United Church, 60 West Ave. Refreshments. Free will offering. Big Beef Dinner, Fri-
day June 22, 5-7pm, St. John's Church on Flora St. Last chance to fill your plate till September. Cost $12. Save room for dessert! The St.Thomas Rose and Flower Show, Saturday, June 23, 26pm, Monsignor Morrison Catholic School, 10 South Edgeware Road. 3rd Annual Land of Misfit Motorcyclists Ride for Children's
Hospital, Saturday, June 23, Captains Corner, 170 William St. 10am, $15. Call 519-782-7228. Aylmer Garden Tour, June 24, 1-5pm. Six gardens featured on heritage properties. Tickets $5 at Flower Fountain, Campbell's Office Pro, and in front of Aylmer Library noon-2pm day of tour. Decoration Day Sunday, June 24, 1:15pm
at Holy Angels Cemetery and then proceeding to Southpark Cemetery for 2pm service. St. Legion, Lord Elgin Br.41. Everyone welcome. Casino Bus Run Direct St. Thomas to Niagara Fallsview Casino, Sunday, June 24, $15 per person includes buffet. For tickets and more info please call 519-8522161.
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Notice Of Intention To Pass A By-Law To Change Building Permit Fees TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to section 7 of the Building Code Act, 1992, the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin intends to pass a by-law to change certain fees imposed for applications for a building permit at its meeting of Monday, June 25, 2012. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that Council has scheduled a public meeting for 7:20 pm on Monday, June 25, 2012 to be held in the Council Chambers of the Elgin County Administration Building, 450 Sunset Drive, to hear any person, or by his/her counsel, solicitor or agent, who wishes to make representation respecting the proposed by-law. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION respecting the proposed by-law is available at no cost to any member of the public upon request in my office during normal office hours, Monday to Friday excluding statutory holidays, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Specific inquiries can be directed to Shawn Parkins, Chief Building Official, email@example.com, or 519-631-4860, Ext 274. DATED at the Municipality of Central Elgin this 30th day of May, 2012. Donald N. Leitch Chief Administrative Officer & Clerk
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