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Mayor's Message ................................ 5
Mapleton Youth Action Council ......... 29
2016 Photo Contest Winners .............. 5
Festivals and Events .....................30-31
Mapleton Council .............................6-7
Taste Real - Local Food .................32-33
Parks and Recreation ......................... 34
CAO/Clerkâ€™s Department .............10-12
Drayton Library ................................... 35
Finance Department ....................13-15
Community Centres and Hall Rentals ............................36-39
Building Department and By-law Enforcement ....................16-17
Health and Medical Services ........40-41
Public Works .................................18-19
Garbage and Recycling ...................... 42
Trees for Mapleton ............................. 43
Economic Development ................... 25 Seniors' Centre for Excellence ....26-27
Maps ............................................ 45-49
Business Directory Index ...................53
Roots of Mapleton Township ...... 50-51
Business Directory ....................... 53-82
Steps are taken to prevent errors but sometimes they do occur. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Please contact the Township of Mapleton at 519.638.3313 if you notice an error or omission.
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MAYOR'S MESSAGE We are happy to once again bring you the 2017 Mapleton Community Guide. This is a local guide produced in Mapleton with a goal to keep residents, visitors and businesses informed on what Mapleton has to offer. Mapleton is a great place to live, work and play! We are a community rooted in farming traditions, with a variety of activities and culture. We are growing and supporting our diverse agricultural sector as well as new and innovative businesses. Our community groups, volunteers and residents are a giving and supportive community. Their collective efforts have demonstrated the importance of community here in Mapleton.
MAYOR NEIL DRISCOLL Email: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 519.638.3252
We invite our residents, businesses and visitors to explore and enjoy the many and varied benefits that Mapleton offers. I am honoured to represent the residents of Mapleton as Mayor. It is my goal to have council and staff work together to provide the best results for your community. We are not only planning for tomorrow but for future generations, and we must ensure there is investment in Mapletonâ€™s infrastructure to allow for positive future growth. I look forward to everyone enjoying and using this made in Mapleton Community Guide! Neil Driscoll
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Winners from the 2016 Mapleton Photo Contest: Beth-Anne Rumph (Page 19), Teresa Rumph (Page 31) and Caroline Sealey (Page 15) Thank you to everyone for their submissions!
Mapleton combines solid traditional Canadian values that stem from our agricultural roots with the innovation needed to make our community prosperous and attractive for work and play.
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MAPLETON COUNCIL MEETINGS Regular Council meetings are held twice a month on the second and fourth Tuesday in the Council Chambers at the Township Administration Office. Council meetings are open to the public. Meeting schedules, agendas and minutes can be found on the Township's website. Agenda's are distributed and posted to the Township's website by 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the upcoming Regular Council Meeting. If you would like to attend a Council meeting as a delegation to address a concern, you are asked to formally submit your proposal by completing the Request to Appear Before Township of Mapleton Council form available on www.mapleton.ca or at the Municipal Office. Please return the form to the CAO Clerk's Department no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday prior to the scheduled meeting. ď€ź You are asked to submit in writing the reason you wish to attend and any background information along with your contact information. ď€ź Delegations are limited to 10 minutes. If you are unable to attend a Council meeting, you are welcome to write a letter to Council that will go on the agenda as correspondence or you are welcome to contact members of Council directly.
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COUNCILLOR MARLENE OTTENS
COUNCILLOR DENNIS CRAVEN
Email: email@example.com T: 519.638.2894
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 519.638.2971
COUNCILLOR MICHAEL MARTIN
COUNCILLOR LORI WOODHAM
Email: email@example.com T: 519.501.7904
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 519.638.2984
COUNTY COUNCIL The County of Wellington is governed by a Council comprised of seven Mayors and nine Councillors. Mapleton is represented by Mayor Neil Driscoll and Ward 2 County Councillor Gregg Davidison. County Council meets once a month in the County Council Chambers located at the Wellington County Administration Centre, 74 Woolwich St., Guelph.
COUNTY COUNCILLOR GREGG DAVIDSON Email: email@example.com T: 226.929.7481 (See Gregg Davidson's ad on page 74 for more information)
For more information please visit www.wellington.ca www.mapleton.ca
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Township of Mapleton Administration Office 7275 Sideroad 16, P.O. Box 160, Drayton, ON N0G 1P0 Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m T: 519.638.3313 TF: 1.800.385.7248 F: 519.638.5113 W: www.mapleton.ca
Building Inspector / Plans Examiner Dan Swedlo T: 519.638.3313 x 34 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Administrative Assistant Jenni Spies T: 519.638.3313 x 29 E: email@example.com
Municipal Law Enforcement Officer & Property Standards Officer / Building Inspector T: 519.638.3313 x 25
CAO / Clerks Department CAO Clerk Brad McRoberts, MPA, P.Eng. T: 519.638.3313 x 24 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fire / Rescue Fire Chief Rick Richardson T: 519.638.3313 E: email@example.com
Deputy Clerk Barb Schellenberger T: 519.638.3313 x 23 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works Director of Public Works T: 519.638.3313 x 41
Economic Development Coordinator Martin Bohl T: 519.638.3313 x 26 E: email@example.com Executive / Planning Assistant Christine Hickey T: 519.638.3313 x 42 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Administrative Assistant / Receptionist Laura Aston T: 519.638.3313 x 31 E: email@example.com Building Department Chief Building Official Patty Wright, CBCO, C.P.S.O. T: 519.638.3313 x 36 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Manager of Public Works Jim Grose T: 519.638.3313 x 43 E: email@example.com Manager of Assets and Infrastructure Paul Hinsperger T: 519.638.3313 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Facilities Manager, Recreation Sandra Good T: 519.638.3333 E: email@example.com Parks, Cemeteries and Facilities Coordinator Richard Hurren T: 519.638.3313 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Administrative Assistant Sarah Wilson T: 519.638.3313 x 21 E: email@example.com www.mapleton.ca
Finance Department Director of Finance Yufang Du T: 519.638.3313 x 30 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Deputy Treasurer / Tax Collector T: 519.638.3313 x 22 Accounting / Payroll Administrator Heather Trottier T: 519.638.3313 x 32 E: email@example.com Finance Clerks Ruth Shaw T: 519.638.3313 x 40 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Amanda Vander Meer T: 519.638.3313 E: AVanderMeer@mapleton.ca Seniorsâ€™ Centre for Excellence Seniors' Services Coordinator Helen Edwards T: 519.638.1000 E: email@example.com Administrative Assistant Hayley Nicklasson E: 519.638.1000 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Canine Control K9 Animal Services Jennifer Walters T: 519.589.8051 Garbage and Recycling Wellington County Solid Waste Services Rothsay Waste Facility 8495 Wellington Road 7 Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday T: 1.866.899.0248
OTHER GOVERNMENT CONTACTS County of Wellington 74 Woolwich Street, Guelph, Ontario N1H 3T9 TF: 1.800.663.0750 T: 519.837.2600 W: www.wellington.ca Grand River Conservation Authority 400 Clyde Road P.O. Box 729 Cambridge, ON N1R 5W6 TF: 1.866.900.4722 W: www.grandriver.ca Maitland Valley Conservation Authority 1093 Marietta Street P.O. Box 127 Wroxeter, ON N0G 2X0 T: 519.335.3557 W: www.mvca.on.ca Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) Kitchener Assessment Office 4271 King Street East, Suite 100, Kitchener ON N2P 2E9 T: 1.866.296.6722 W: www.mpac.ca Member of Parliament Perth-Wellington John Nater, MP 59 Lorne Avenue, Unit A Stratford, ON T: 519.273.1400 TF: 1.866.303.1400 W: www.nater.ca Member of Provincial Parliament Perth-Wellington Randy Pettapiece, MPP 55 Lorne Avenue East, Unit 2 Stratford, ON N5A 6S4 T: 519.272.0660 TF: 1.800.461.9701 F: 519.272.1064 E: email@example.com W: www.pettapiece.ca section 1 | page 9
OFFICE OF THE CAO The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is the principal advisor to Council, providing advice on legislation, developing policies, strategic planning, budgeting, community relations and economic development. The CAO is the liaison between Staff and Council, ensuring that staff adequately implement and administer the policies that are enacted by Council. As Head of Staff, the CAO is responsible for the overall management of the Township's operations, including human resources, budget and staffing matters. The CAO ensures that service delivery and general government operations are carried out in compliance with the approved budget in a cost efficient manner. The CAO is also responsible for ensuring that the municipality meets all statutory obligations and municipal standards as may be determined by upper levels of Government and Council. The CAO works closely with all Department Heads who report directly to the CAO to ensure a high level of communication and coordination between departments on policy and operational issues.
CLERKâ€™S DEPARTMENT The Clerk's Department provides administrative support to Council and its various committees, including the preparation of Council agendas and maintaining the Township's corporate records. Requests under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and Commissioning of Documents are also administered by the Clerk's Department. The Clerk's Department administers Cemetery Services, including the sale of burial plots and coordinating interment in cooperation with funeral service providers. The Clerk's Department also maintains interment rights information and burial records of the Township owned cemeteries. Lottery Licensing, Canine Control (kennels), Transient Trader Applications, Civic Addressing and Livestock Claims are all processed through the Clerk's Department. Planning Applications such as minor variances, zoning amendments, subdivisions, and consents (severances) are processed in the Clerk's Department. Township staff are prepared to meet and work with potential applicants to review the application requirements and guide them through the necessary steps. Complaints regarding Closed Session Meetings also fall under the Clerk's Department. The Township has appointed a Closed Session Meeting Investigator. To access the request for a closed session meeting investigation, please contact the Clerk's Department or the Township's website at www.mapleton.ca. page 10 | section 1
Public Complaints are also administered by the Clerkâ€™s Department. Complaints must be received in writing (letter, fax, email). If an individual attends the municipal office they are still required to complete the complaint in writing. All complaints will be received courteously, investigated and acted upon fairly and in a timely manner. It must be understood by the complainant that while the Township will make every effort to assure the privacy of the complainant, a complainant may be required to present evidence in support of the complaint at any hearings of Appeals Committee or Court of Law of Ontario. The Complaint Policy and Form can be accessed through the Township's website at www.mapleton.ca or by contacting the Clerk's Department.
CEMETERIES The Township of Mapleton operates and maintains the Drayton Cemetery and Hollen Cemetery. Staff would be pleased to meet with you or your family to discuss your needs.
TOWNSHIP OPERATED CEMETERIES Drayton Cemetery 187 Wellington Street North Drayton, ON N0G 1P0 Hollen Cemetery 8051 Hollen Road Moorefield, ON N0G 2K0
COMMUNITY CEMETERIES (Not operated by Township) Bethesda Cemetery 8398 Wellington Road 8 Derryadd Cemetery 8278 Concession Road 14 Glen Allan Cemetery 7829 Wellington Road 45
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y g o l a e n Ge Contact the Clerk’s Department at the Township Office should you wish to review the cemetery records.
An appointment is required so that staff can be available to assist you with the information you are looking for.
LOOKING FOR YOUR ANCESTORS’ BURIAL SITE? The Wellington County Museum and Archives is also a great local research source. 0536 Wellington Road 18, Fergus ON N1M 2W3 T: 519.846.0916 x 5221 www.wellington.ca/museum
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FINANCE DEPARTMENT The Township of Mapleton Finance Department is responsible for all financial functions including property tax billing, water and sewer billings, accounts payable and receivable, banking, financial reports to Provincial and Federal governments, funding requests, municipal budget and financial strategies. Where do your tax dollars go? The tax dollars go to the Township of Mapleton and the County of Wellington to provide a wide range of public services. A percentage of tax dollars also goes to the School Board for education. The Township of Mapleton is responsible for Municipal roads, bridges, water and wastewater operations, recreation facilities, fire and rescue services, parks, cemeteries, and all other activities that ensure responsible management of the municipality. The County funds a wide range of public services including county roads, bridges, solid waste management, public safety (police, ambulance, emergency management and public health), social services (housing, income support and child care) and cultural programs (libraries and the Wellington County Museum and Archives).
WHERE DO YOUR TAX DOLLARS GO? (Residential, 2016) Education Portion Municipal Portion County Portion
46% 37% 17%
Property Taxes Property tax billing occurs twice a year. Interim billing is sent out in February for March and June installment payments and Final billing is sent out in August for September and November installment payments. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the property owner from payment of taxes nor from penalty of late payment. If a tax bill for the wrong property is received, return it to the municipal office immediately. If a mortgage company is responsible for paying property taxes on your behalf, please forward the tax bill to them. If the property has changed ownership, send the bill to the new owner or return it to the municipal office, indicating who purchased the property. To avoid misdirected mail, please advise the municipal office of any changes in mailing addresses. www.mapleton.ca
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PROPERTY ASSESSMENT The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) has the role of accurately valuing and classifying properties in Ontario in accordance with the Assessment Act and the regulations established by the Ontario Government. MPAC provides a range of services including the preparation of the annual assessment rolls for use by municipalities and the Province of Ontario to calculate property taxes and education taxes. When your municipality/local taxing authority sets property tax rates, your assessed value and classification are used to determine your property taxes. An assessment increase does not necessarily mean your taxes will increase. For questions about your property taxes, contact the municipality.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MPAC Visit www.mpac.ca or call 1.866.296.6722.
Municipal Water & Sewer Billing Water/sewer billing is currently issued in 2 month cycles. The water/sewer rates are based on the study done in June 2015. Customers pay a fixed monthly charge based on the size of their water meter and a volumetric charge based on the amount of water used each month. This blending of fixed and usage charges is intended to promote conservation by giving the customers control of their bills by reducing their monthly usage. View the current Fees and Charges By-law for detailed water/sewer rates at www.mapleton.ca Mapleton Payment options Pre-Authorized Payment: You can set up your tax payment and your water/ sewer billing on pre-authorized payment with the municipality. Billing can be set up for monthly withdrawal or a payment due date withdrawal. Cash, Cheque or Interac is accepted at Municipal Office 7275 Sideroad 16 Mail payment to P.O. Box 160 Drayton, ON N0G 1P0 Pay your bill at most Financial Institutions and through Online/Telephone banking.
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REBATES AND LOAN PROGRAMS Farmland Taxation Program Questions should be directed to: Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 1 Stone Road West, Guelph, ON N1G 4Y2 T: 1.800.469.2285 F: 1.519.826.3170 E: firstname.lastname@example.org The Tile Loan Program Authorized by the Tile Drainage Act, this program provides loans to agricultural property owners to help them finance tile drainage projects. Applications are received at the Township office and approved by council. All tile loans have 10-year terms, and repayments are made annually. Landowners are eligible for a loan of up to 75% of the value of the tile drainage work. For current loan interest rates please contact the Township office. More information can be found at www.omafra.gov.on.ca or by contacting the Mapleton Township Office. Vacancy Rebate Program For Commercial and Industrial properties. The building must be vacant for a minimum period of 90 consecutive days to qualify. The deadline to file for vacancy rebate is February 28th of each year. Please contact the municipal office for more information.
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BUILDING DEPARTMENT AND BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT
Why do you need a building permit? A building permit is your formal permission to begin construction or demolition. The Township of Mapleton Building Department must approve plans for any new structure, addition, or renovation. Building permits are necessary to ensure that zoning requirements, fire and structural safety standards are met as required by the Ontario Building Code. The Building Department promotes and assists with building development in keeping with Federal, Provincial, County and all other applicable law to ensure safe structures for our residents, businesses and visitors. Who is responsible for obtaining a building permit? The property owner is responsible for ensuring there is a building permit for the project they are undertaking. Contractors often apply and obtain permits as part of their contract with the property owner. When is a permit required? A permit may be required for: the construction, renovation or demolition of a building to change the use of a building the installation, alteration, extension, or repair of on-site sewage systems A permit is not required for a building occupying an area less than 10 square meters (107 ft²), unless it contains plumbing or is attached to another structure. All buildings must comply with the applicable setbacks of the zone in which the structure is located, as per the Township of Mapleton’s Zoning By-Law. Grand River Conservation Authority approval may also be required for construction projects. Property owners are encouraged to visit www.grandriver.ca to determine if any of their property falls within a GRCA regulated area. Under Planning and Regulations, click ‘Map my Property’ for interactive maps and aerial photos to help determine if a GRCA permit is needed for the proposed construction. GRCA Resource Planning Department Phone: 1.866.900.4722 E-mail: email@example.com Inspections All inspections are booked through the Building Department at 519.638.3313 x 29 with at least 24 hours’ notice; please have your permit number available when you call.
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BUILDING DEPARTMENT Questions, information and to book inspections T: 519.638.3313 x 29
BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT The Township is governed by several by-laws including the Property Standards By-law and the Clean and Clear By-law adopted by Council to ensure a safe and attractive community. Mapleton has a complaints policy to ensure the proper handling of complaints and concerns, the form and more information is available at www.mapleton.ca or by contacting the administration office. Concerns can be directed to Municipal Law Enforcement T: 519.638.3313 x 25
PARKING AND NOISE COMPLAINTS Noise By-Law 5001-05 Noise Complaints should be directed to the Ontario Provincial Police. T: 1.888.310.1122 Parking By-Law 5000-05 Parking Complaints should be directed to the County of Wellington. Kelly-Ann Wingate, Parking, Licensing and Alarm Coordinator Wellington County Police Services Board 74 Woolwich Street Guelph, ON N1H 3T9 T: 519.837.2600 x 2510 F: 519.837.1850 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.wellington.ca
DOG COMPLAINTS K9 Animal Services Jennifer Walters T: 519.589.8051
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Special Events, Parades & Road Closings The Township of Mapleton supports community events such as parades, walkathons and charitable fundraising events (toll booths) by non-profit organizations that are conducted on municipal roadways. If you require a road closure for a special event contact the Public Works Department to make the necessary arrangements. Municipal Drains Questions and concerns about municipal drains should be directed to the Municipal Drain Inspector email@example.com or by contacting the municipal office at 519.638.3313. Entrance/Culvert & Road Crossing Applications If you are planning to construct a driveway, laneway or other form of access from a roadway to public or private property, or if you are doing work that involves crossing a roadway, an entrance/culvert/road crossing permit must be obtained from the municipality. Applications are available online at www.mapleton.ca or by contacting the municipal office at 519.638.3313 X 21. Water/Wastewater The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) has a contract with Mapleton to operate and maintain the water and wastewater systems in Drayton and Moorefield. For questions or concerns regarding water or wastewater systems, please contact the municipal office at 519.638.3313 x 21. Water Meter Program A water meter is now required on every property in Mapleton that receives municipal water. You may also wish to read your own meter to monitor your water usage. Take a reading at a set time during the day, and another reading the same time on the following day. The difference between the two readings is the volume of water you used over that 24-hour period. Mapleton will maintain the meter at no cost providing you take precautions not to damage it. It is illegal to tamper with a water meter.
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WISE WATER USE Reduce water consumption Repair leaks Retrofit, adapt or replace aged appliances with water-efficient models Visit Environment Canada’s Website: www.ec.gc.ca and look for Wise Water Use Tips.
Street Light Repair If you are aware of a street light that requires repair, please notify the municipal office or report the issue online at www.mapleton.ca. Specific location of the light Condition (is it completely out, flickering, or damaged?) Your contact information, should any questions arise Roads & Winter Maintenance The Township of Mapleton asks for your cooperation with the following: Avoid shoveling/ plowing snow onto streets or across municipal roads to far side ditches Keep snow piles low to avoid obstructing visibility of pedestrians and drivers Do not park on the street overnight in the winter months Keep snow away from fire hydrants Winter Parking Roads cannot be properly cleared of snow when they are an obstacle course of parked cars. In Mapleton, no person shall park a vehicle on a municipal highway, street or parking lot between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. of any day during the months of November, December, January, February, and March of any year, as per Township By-law No. 5000-05. The provisions of the winter parking section of By-law 5000-05 Section 9.10 or as amended shall be enforced pursuant to the provisions set out in Part 11 of the Provincial Offences Act. Reduced Load Limits on Roads All roads and/or highways within the jurisdiction of The Township of Mapleton are subject to the reduced load limit during the period of March 1st to April 30th of each year. The road reduction limit shall be a maximum of five thousand (5,000) kilograms per axle. Any person who contravenes any provision of the Mapleton By-law 99-60 or as amended is guilty of an offence under the Highway Traffic Act. Photo by Beth-Anne Rumph
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FIRE DEPARTMENT Placing a Call to 911 In case of emergency, call 911 You will be required to provide: Your civic address number Your road name Your name Your Phone number Use 9-1-1 When urgent Police assistance is required to report a crime, to save a life, to report a serious traffic accident When urgent Fire assistance is required, such as when you see or smell smoke, see a fire, or to save a life When urgent Emergency Medical Services are required to save a life Do NOT use 9-1-1 For general inquiries To inquire about winter road conditions and closures To inquire about traffic concerns For fun or pranks The Mapleton Fire/Rescue Emergency Response provides: Fire suppression Medical aid Auto extrication Water rescue Confined space rescue
When using a cell phone, make sure you tell the dispatcher that you live in Wellington County. The proper information will ensure a quick response to your needs.
IMPORTANT NON-EMERGENCY NUMBERS POLICE Wellington County OPP Phone 1.888.310.1122
AMBULANCE Guelph-Wellington Emergency Medical Service Phone 519.842.1677 519.824.1677
FIRE Mapleton Fire/Rescue Phone 519.504.3055 (Township of Mapleton)
Four areas of the Township have agreements with neighbouring fire departments to ensure emergencies are responded to as quickly as possible. Arthur Fire Department...................... Northeast Elora Fire Department ........................Alma area Floradale Fire Department .................Southeast Linwood Fire Department .................Southwest
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211 is the source Wellington County residents trust when seeking information and services to deal with life’s challenges. 211 provides a gate way to community, social, non-clinical health, and related government services. 211 helps navigate the complex network of human services quickly and easily.
Calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 211 if you need information about: • • • • • • •
Housing services Social Assistance Children Services Community Programmes Legal Matters Employment services Settlement Services When you don’t Immigrant know where to turn.™ (Multi-lingual services available) • Health Matters • Homes for the Aged
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Open Air Burning Open air fires require a completed burn notification and must comply with the current By-law. Any open air fires within the Township of Mapleton that exceeds a ground area of 2 meters x 2 meters require a minimum of 24 hour prior notification to the Township by completing a notification form obtained from the Municipal Office during normal business hours, or from the Township website. Forms must be submitted and received at the Township office during regular office hours: 8:00 a.m. â€“ 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, a minimum of 24 hours prior to your burn date. Your notification is only valid once processed by Township staff. There is no fee for notification. Terms and conditions of this notification are set out on the notification form and the occupant will sign to acknowledge those terms and conditions are met. Burning is only permitted during daylight hours and controlled burns must not interfere with neighbouring properties or roadways, including smoke, ashes or embers. If you burn without notification and the fire/rescue trucks are dispatched you will be invoiced for the service.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MAPLETON VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER? Mapleton Fire/Rescue is comprised of 1 full-time Fire Chief, 40 volunteer firefighters and 4 auxiliary members. Recruitment takes place every 2 years. The next recruitment will be in October 2018.
Thank You to our VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS for your dedicated service to our community.
MOOREFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT
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CARBON MONOXIDE IS KNOWN AS ‘THE SILENT KILLER’
BECAUSE YOU CAN’T SEE IT, TASTE IT OR SMELL IT. The only way to detect the presence of the deadly gas is to install a carbon monoxide alarm. On October 15, 2014, the Ontario Government formally enacted a new law - The Hawkins-Gignac Act - making carbon monoxide alarms mandatory in all Ontario homes at risk of CO. This revision to the Ontario Fire Code, supersedes any existing municipal by-laws.
Now, no matter the age of your home, if you have any oil, propane or gas-burning appliances, furnace or water heater, a wood or gas fireplace, or an attached garage or carport, you must have working carbon monoxide alarms installed near sleeping areas.
ONTARIO’S NEW CO ALARM LAW BRINGS A CONSISTENT LEVEL OF PROTECTION TO ALL ONTARIANS.
For more information visit the Office of the Fire Marshal at www.mcscs.jus.gov.on.ca or contact the Municipal Office. page 24 | section 1
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic Development in Mapleton seeks to improve the quality of life and support job creation for residents and ensure sustainable, strong, growing local businesses. This is done by promoting Mapleton as a great place to live, work and play! We also explore business and tourism opportunities and support community activities and events. Contact the Economic Development Coordinator for more information regarding Business Retention and Expansion, Industrial Land and Site Selection, Community Profile, Municipal Business Directory, Business Inquiries, Mapleton Culture, Wellington Festivals and Events and Taste Real.
LOCAL BUSINESS RESOURCES Wellington-Waterloo Community Futures Development Corporation provides business training and financing to area businesses. www.wwcfdc.com Guelph Wellington Business Enterprise Centre can help with business start-up, early growth and self-employment. www.guelphbusiness.com
ONLINE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FIND IT AT
www.mapleton.ca Make sure your business is listed in the Mapleton Business Directory and your event information is posted on the Mapleton Community Calendar. Submit your information to the Economic Development Coordinator Martin Bohl Mbohl@mapleton.ca T: 519.638.3313 x 26
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SENIORS' CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE
The Seniors' Centre for Excellence coordinates support services and programs to enable seniors to remain in their homes for longer periods of time. The program is offered in the Township of Mapleton, the Town of Minto and the Township of Wellington North.
BROKERED HOMEMAKING PROGRAM Help is at Hand! The Seniors' Centre for Excellence is pleased to offer Brokered Homemaking Service in Mapleton, Minto, Wellington North, and Centre Wellington. These helpful workers can assist with light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, light pet care and more! The cost for a homemaker is $14/hour with a minimum of 2 hours per visit. To qualify for this service, you must either be a senior or someone living with a chronic health condition.
CONTACT US TO REGISTER To apply for Brokered Homemaking service and do a quick assessment over the phone, contact the VON at 519.323.2330 or Toll Free 1.888.506.6353.
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Congregate Dining Programs Programs are different every month and feature a speaker, good food and company. All dining programs start at 12:00 p.m. The cost is $10. Please call to register at 519.638.1000.
Drayton: Drayton Reformed Church, 2nd Friday of the month Palmerston: United Church, 2nd Wednesday of the month Clifford: United Church, 3rd Friday of the month Harriston: Legion, last Wednesday of the month Arthur: United Church, last Thursday of the month
VON SMART Gentle Exercise Programs High Impact, regular and low impact classes are available Drayton: Drayton Reformed Church, Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 9:30 a.m. Palmerston: United Church, Tuesday, Friday at 9:00 a.m. Clifford: United Church, Monday, Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. Mount Forest: VON Office, Tuesday, Thursday at 3:15 p.m. Exercise Opportunities Strength, balance and cardio exercise classes. Arthur: Seniors Hall, Tuesday, Thursday at 9:00 a.m. Harriston: Knox Presbyterian, Tuesday, Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Seniors’ Centre for Excellence Walking Groups- November-April
Drayton PMD Arena, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 a.m. Arthur Arena, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 a.m. Harriston Arena, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 a.m. Palmerston Arena, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 a.m.
Friendship Circles Join us for a coffee and a biscuit while catching up on the news. All are welcome! Mount Forest: Pentecostal Church, every Tuesday 10:30 a.m. Palmerston: United Church, last Wednesday of the month 10:00 a.m. View newsletters and calendar of events at www.mapleton.ca For more information about programs, register to receive the monthly newsletter and calendar of events call: Helen Edwards, Program Coordinator 11 Andrews Drive West Drayton, ON N0G 1P0 firstname.lastname@example.org T: 519.638.1000 TF: 1.866.446.4546 www.mapleton.ca
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MAPLETON YOUTH ACTION COUNCIL
Are you tired of the limited youth options? Do you want to have your voice heard? Do you want to be involved in the choices that impact youth in Mapleton? Are you interested in helping your community? Do you want to work with adults who value your input? Do you want to build skills for your future? The Mapleton Youth Action Council (MYAC) meets every first and third Tuesday of the month (September - June). We meet from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in various locations in Drayton. By being a part of a youth council, you have the ability to plan and create things that youth want, help your community, represent your peers, meet new people, earn volunteer hours and learn new skills!
To establish a positive youth presence in Mapleton that shapes the growth and future of our community through meaningful youth participation! Together, MYAC will work on different ideas and projects that will help make Mapleton more youth-friendly! That could include: Running new events Planning awesome projects Spreading the word about youth events Advising local companies and Council, to ensure a youth perspective is kept in mind Working with existing community groups Speaking at events and meetings to make youth voices heard Help support other services in our community
JOIN TODAY Open to all Youth (13-24 years). Just drop by the next meeting, or contact us for more information! Martin Bohl Youth Council Coordinator 519.638.3313 x 26 email@example.com
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FESTIVALS AND EVENTS
FOR MORE FESTIVALS AND EVENTS SEE
MARCH Alma Optimists Toy Show March 5, 2017 Alma Community Centre www.almaoptimist.weebly.com Drayton Farm Show Drayton Kinsmen March 29-30, 2017 PMD Arena Complex www.draytonkinsmen.ca
APRIL 15th Annual Drayton Kinsmen Music Festival Drayton Kinsmen/ Drayton School of Music April 2017 Drayton Reformed Church www.draytonkinsmen.ca
MAY Hospital Gala May 27, 2017 Drayton Hosting Contact Dale Franklin for info 519.343.2030 x 4402 Children's Fishing Derby Moorefield Optimist Club May 2017 Cosen's Pond 8408 Wellington Road 8 Moorefield Duck Race, Touch a Truck and Mom to Mom May 27, 2017 Kinsmen Park Spring Rural Romp May 27, 2017 www.tastereal.ca Mapleton, Minto and Wellington North page 30 | section 2
Events in Mapleton
JUNE Smoke and Sounds Festival June 9-11, 2017 Drayton Fairgrounds Mapleton Custom Rodders Car Show June 16, 2017 Moorefield Ball Diamonds
JULY 150th Canada Day Celebration and Fireworks July 1, 2017 Drayton Fairgrounds Conestogo Lake Annual Fishing Derby July 7, 2017 www.grandriver.ca Conestogo Lake 6580 Wellington Road 11 www.mapleton.ca
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AUGUST Drayton’s 160th Old Tyme Fair August 11- 13, 2017 www.draytonfair.com Drayton Fairgrounds Campin & Jammin in the Park August 18 - 20, 2017 www.draytonfair.com Drayton Fairgrounds Alma Optimist Club Annual Car Show August 26, 2017 Wallace Cummings Park, Alma
SEPTEMBER Alma Optimist Club Annual Road Kill Race September 10, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Alma Community Centre
NOVEMBER Drayton United Church Christmas House Tour November 25, 2017 www.mapleton.ca
Drayton Santa Claus Parade December 1, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Mapleton Fire/Rescue Moorefield Santa Claus Parade December 2, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Moorefield Optimist Club Alma Santa Claus Parade December 17, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. Alma Optimist Club
FEBRUARY 2018 Alma Annual Plunger Toss February 4, 2018 Alma Optimist Club Alma Cow Palace
YEAR ROUND EVENTS Drayton Festival Theatre May 17 to September 2, 2017 33 Wellington St. S., Drayton www.draytonentertainment.com Alma Dances, year round Hosted by: Alma Optimist Club Alma Community Centre 51 Simpson Street East, Alma Mapleton Market Saturdays from June 17 - September Downtown Drayton section 2 | page 31
TASTE REAL - LOCAL FOOD
Taste Real is your connection to local food and farm experiences in Wellington County. We work with over 100 food and farm partners to get local food from farm to table. Guelph Wellington Local Food Map. Pick up your free copy at the local library or participating locations. Visit www.tastereal.ca to learn more about the Taste Real programme and to sign up to the monthly local food e-newsletter. Be a part of the local food economy and become a Taste Real Partner. Make connections with local growers, producers and retailers and expand your consumer base. Contact Christina Mann for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org. www.tastereal.ca
SPRING RURAL ROMP ON MAY 27, 2017 A self-guided tour of local food in Mapleton, Minto and Wellington North.
REAL FOOD AND FARM EXPERIENCES CLOSE TO HOME
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Taste Real in Mapleton:
Paul and Pam Ellis 8329 Wellington Road 8, Moorefield T: 519.638.2127 www.ellcrest.ca Frozen beef and products
David and Tracy Kabbes 7904 Wellington Road 8, Alma T: 519.638.3349 www.kabbespatch.com Pheasant, Guinea Fowl, Chicken, Rabbit and Pork
ROSS ENTERPRISES FREE RANGE TURKEY
Buck Ross 7672 Sideroad 12, Moorefield T: 519.848.2270 Premium free range turkeys available in Grocery Stores across Canada.
DRAYTON CHOP HOUSE
41 Wellington Street North, Drayton T: 519.638.3463 www.draytonchophouse.com
MAPLETON’S ORGANIC DAIRY
Martin de Groot 8548 Wellington Road 7, Moorefield T: 519.638.1115 or TF: 1.877.779.9795 www.mapletonsorganic.ca
Organic ice cream and yogurt made on site, café, demonstration barn and educational tours. Winter Hours: Thanksgiving to Victoria Day, Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Summer Hours: Victoria Day to Thanksgiving, Open Daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. www.mapleton.ca
Experience the friendly service, inviting atmosphere and made-from -scratch recipes featuring fresh local ingredients and premium cuts of beef. Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday - Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
90 Wellington Street S., Drayton T: 519.638.2041 Hours: Monday - Wednesday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Thursday – Friday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
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PARKS AND RECREATION
85 Andrews Drive, Drayton Accessible Playground, Volleyball Court and Gazebo
PMD ARENA COMPLEX
68 Main Street West, Drayton Ice Surface and hall rental
ALMA BALL DIAMOND
12 Simpson Street East, Alma Ball Diamond and Batting Cage
57 Wellington Street North, Drayton Senior Soccer Field
58 Wellington Street North, Drayton Picnic Shelter
ROTHSAY OPTIMIST PARK 110 Head Street, Rothsay Playground
DRAYTON AGRICULTURAL FAIRGROUNDS
51 Elm Street & 56 John Street, Drayton Ball Diamonds, Senior and Junior Soccer Fields, Playground, and Skatepark
GLEN ALLAN PARK
6525 Sideroad 17, Glen Allan Playground, Picnic Shelter and Tennis Court
WALLACE CUMMINGS PARK
51 Simpson Street East, Alma Playground, Picnic Shelter, Volleyball Court, Walking Trail, Wetland Boardwalk, Toboggan Hill, Labyrinth and Memory Arboretum
KINSMEN PARK PLAYGROUND 38 Elm Street, Drayton Playground
MOOREFIELD BALL PARK
15 Ball Avenue, Moorefield Ball Diamonds, Batting Cage, Basketball Court, Tennis Court, Playground and Picnic Shelter page 34 | section 2
Alma Baseball Diamond Bookings: T: 519.848.5956 or T: 519.846.5413 Drayton Baseball Diamond, Soccer Pitch and Arena Ice Bookings: Sandra Good T: 519.638.3333 Moorefield Baseball Diamond Bookings: Moorefield Athletic Association Gertie Ottens T: 519.638.3591 www.mapleton.ca
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106 WELLINGTON STREET SOUTH, DRAYTON, ON N0G 1P0 Your local Library is a welcoming community space for everyone to enjoy. The library offers computer access, wireless internet connection, books, magazines, media and more. The Drayton Branch of the Wellington County Library offers a number of great programs throughout the year. Visit the library for more information about program schedules and to sign up!
Babytime (0-12 months) Toddler Time (1-3 years) Story Time (3 – 5 years)
HOURS: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Closed 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed
Afterschool Adventures (SK – Grade 3) Booktastic Club (Grades 4-6) Adult Book Club Adult Scrabble Club March Break and Summer Programmes
Lego Challenge Occasional Interest Workshops
T: 519.638.3788 Branch Supervisor: Bep Vandenberg Email: email@example.com www.wclib.ca www.mapleton.ca
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COMMUNITY CENTRES AND HALL RENTALS
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Consider the Township of Mapleton and one of our many facility options in Drayton, Moorefield and Alma.
We have facilities to meet all your hall rental needs equipped with kitchen and bar facilities and the ability to accommodate events of all sizes. Our facilities include the PMD Arena Hall, Maryborough Community Centre and the Alma Community Centre.
Permanent Liquor License Explanation The Township of Mapleton operates the PMD Arena and the Maryborough Community Centre under a permanent liquor sales license. As the liquor license holder, the Township must have control over the sale and service of alcohol at all events occurring within these establishments. The Township of Mapleton is also able to apply for catering endorsements for events held outdoors and in the non-licensed facilities. For details about the Alcohol Policy visit mapleton.ca or contact the administration office 519.638.3313 x 21.
FOR HALL BOOKINGS, RATES AND INFORMATION For Drayton and Moorefield Please contact Public Works Administrative Assistant at T: 519.638.3313 x 21 For Alma Community Centre Please contact T: 519.846.5413 or T: 519.848.5956
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51 SIMPSONS STREET EAST, ALMA Alma Community Centre is a beautiful community hall for your upcoming wedding, party or family event. Located in Alma, and operated by the Alma Optimist Club.
THE ALMA HALL FEATURES:
State of the art commercial kitchen Bar Area Large Parking Area Seating Capacity: 295 Large entranceway Full hall can be divided Air Conditioning
BOOKINGS AND INQUIRIES
Contact T: 519.848.5956 or T: 519.846.5413
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68 MAIN STREET WEST, DRAYTON Mapleton Community Centres are ideal locations for your next big event, family reunion, meeting or fundraiser. The PMD Arena Complex in Drayton features an updated community hall and ice surface.
Full Commercial Style Kitchen Bar Services – Permanent Liquor License Built-in Projector System & Screens Access to TV Networks provided by Mornington Communications Audio/ Visual Equipment Air Conditioned Ample Parking Tables & Chairs Portable Stage Wi-Fi Access Coat Room Audio/Visual Equipment Recommended Seating Capacity: 300
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PMD COMMUNITY HALL Contact Public Works Administrative Assistant T: 519.638.3313 x 21
PMD ICE SURFACE BOOKINGS: Contact Arena Manager T: 519.638.3333
h g u o tre r n e o C b y t Mary Communi 15 BALL AVENUE, MOOREFIELD The Maryborough Community Centre is located in the village of Moorefield, surrounded by a beautiful community park.
Full Commercial Style Kitchen Bar Services – Permanent Liquor License Place Settings for 300 Tables & Chairs Permanent Stage Air Conditioned Ample Parking Upper & Lower Hall Recommended Seating Capacity: 300
MARYBOROUGH COMMUNITY CENTRE BOOKINGS
Contact Public Works Administrative Assistant T: 519.638.3313 x 21
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HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES
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11 ANDREWS DRIVE WEST, DRAYTON ON N0G 1P0 Physician Offices Health Centre, Upper Level T: 519.638.3088 F: 519.638.3982 Minto-Mapleton Family Health Team Health Centre, Lower Level Team-based primary health care and counselling services in collaboration with MintoMapleton physicians and nurse practitioners. T: 519.638.2110 F: 519.638.5096 www.mmfht.ca
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Drayton Dental Group Health Centre, Lower Level T: 519.638.3800 Dr. David R. Bock, Optometrist Health Centre, Lower Level T: 519.638.3411 Seniorsâ€™ Centre for Excellence Health Centre, Lower Level T: 519.638.1000 TF: 1.866.446.4546 www.mapleton.ca See pages 26 and 27 for more information about programs
HOSPITALS AND PUBLIC HEALTH HEALTH RESOURCES Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre Health-care services and resources to support you at home, at school or in the community. TF: 1.888.883.3313 Here 24/7 Access addictions, mental health and crisis services. TF: 1.844.437.3247
Palmerston and District Hospital 500 Whites Road Palmerston ON N0G 2P0 T: 519.343.2030 F: 519.343.3824 Groves Memorial Community Hospital 235 Union Street East Fergus ON N1M 1W3 T: 519.843.2010 F: 519.843.7288 Louise Marshall Hospital 630 Dublin Street Mount Forest ON N0G 2L3 T: 519.323.2210 F: 519.323.3741
CALL 911 FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES
Wellington-DufferinGuelph Public Health 474 Wellington Road 18 Fergus ON N1M 2W3 TF: 1.800.265.7293 F: 519.846.0323 www.wdgpublichealth.ca
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GARBAGE AND RECYCLING
The County of Wellington provides Solid Waste Services for Mapleton Township.
URBAN AREAS Garbage and recycling curbside collection occurs every week in urban areas. Mapleton garbage and recycling is picked up every Tuesday. Wellington County has a full user pay system for garbage. There is a fee for every bag of garbage picked up at curbside. Place your bags at the curbside by 7:00 a.m. on your collection day, as collection may occur anytime between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. User pay bags are available throughout the area: Alma General Store, 3 Peel Street West, Alma Drayton Freshmart, 90 Wellington Street South, Drayton Sunny Convenience, 89 Wellington Street South, Drayton Daisy Mart, 12 Wellington Street South, Drayton Mar-Span Home Building Centre, 7873 Wellington Road 8, Drayton Rothsay Waste Facility, 8495 Wellington Road 7, Rothsay Blue Box Materials should be separated into two different blue boxes Paper Products Glass, Metal and Plastic Containers
RURAL AREAS Rural residents have different instructions on collection. Collection is every other week. See www.wellington.ca for details. Drop-Off Garbage and Recycling Residents can take garbage and recycling materials to any Wellington County Waste Facility. Rothsay Waste Facility, Transfer Station 8495 Wellington Road 7 in Mapleton Open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Disposal fees apply for waste No fee for recycling Please separate your recyclables!
LOOK FOR NEW MOBILE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DEPOTS IN YOUR AREA IN 2017. CONTACT SOLID WASTE SERVICES FOR MORE INFORMATION. page 42 | section 2
Wellington County Solid Waste Services T: 519.837.2601 TF: 1.866.899.0248 www.wellington.ca
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TREES FOR MAPLETON Trees for Mapleton is helping farmers and rural landowners adapt to climate change and to develop a green infrastructure for the stability of food production and a healthy community. Wind breaks are a production tool, just like seed, soil, drainage and machinery. The Mapleton strategy includes wrapping every 100 acres with windscreens, buffering all waterways with trees, wrapping all forest fragments with windbreaks, planting shelterbelts around all farmsteads, creating habitat corridors, and planting living snow fences. The potential is for 5 million trees in Mapleton Township.
Increased farm income Ability to adapt to climate change Reduced carbon footprint Decreased road maintenance and salt Increased stability Positive stewardship Reduced topsoil loss and water run-off Higher crop yields Control of noise and odour pollution Increased property value
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To receive more information about tree planting programs for both farm and non-farm rural landowners in Mapleton contact: Bruce Whale Trees for Mapleton T: 519.748.7928 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.grandriver.ca
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The Mapleton area was originally a part of the Queen’s Bush held by the government of Upper Canada as Clergy Reserve. The land in the Township was surveyed in two sections during the 1840s. The South-East section known as the former Peel Township was surveyed by Robert Kerr in 1843 and the NorthWest section known as the former Maryborough Township was surveyed by Patrick Callaghan in 1849. The land at that time was surveyed into farm lots of 200 acres. Most settlers claimed deeds to land parcels from 50 acres to 100 acres.
WHO WAS SETTLING IN MAPLETON?
People who emigrated from Britain and European countries made their way down the St Lawrence River and Lake Ontario to York, known today as Toronto. From York they travelled northwest to settle on unclaimed land which we live today. Before slavery was abolished in the United States many black slaves escaped to Canada. There was a thriving black farming community with two schools and a British Episcopal Church in the southern section of the Township before the land was surveyed.
WHAT DID MAPLETON LOOK LIKE?
As the early settlers made their roots and set up lives they quickly established various churches of their choice. Today we can only see the existence of many rural churches by the small abandoned cemeteries that have outlasted the buildings that once dotted the landscape. Able Moore and family on their Farm, Con 16 Lot 17, Peel Township, ca. 1878.
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SETTLEMENTS IN MAPLETON • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Alma Bosworth Creekbank Cumnock Dorking Drayton Glen Allan Goldstone Hollen Houstonville Lebanon Macton Moorefield Parker Rothsay Tralee Trecastle Stirton Riverbank Wallenstein Winfield Wyandot Yatton
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Wellington Street of Drayton, ca. 1900.
The community thrived and activity grew, many small hamlets spread across the Township. In these small hamlets there were tradesmen who supplied the necessities of life for the settlers. Each hamlet attracted blacksmiths, harness and wagon makers, carpenters and masons, shoemakers, tailors and dress makers, millers, and general store keepers. Mail was delivered by stage coach to most of the hamlets and kept people connected. Change came when the Grand Truck Railway was built through the Township in the early 1870â€™s. Stations were established at Alma, Goldstone, Drayton and Moorefield. The ease of shipping and receiving goods at these centres spelled the demise of most of the other hamlets. Small clusters of houses still show the sites of some of Mapletonâ€™s original hamlets.
LOOKING FOR MORE MAPLETON HISTORY? Wellington County Museum and Archives 0536 Wellington Road 18, Fergus, Ontario T: 519.846.0916 TF: 1.800.663.0750 www.wellington.ca/museum Mapleton Historical Society Floyd Schieck, President T: 519.638.3169 Photos provided by the Wellington County Museum & Archives ph 4788, ph 8587, ph 4783, ph 2847 and ph 11560
Today our Township is a mix of large farms and urban settlements with many industries and businesses serving not only our local area but often a global market. Delmage's Store, Rothsay, ca. 1910.
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INDEX OF CATEGORIES Accountant / Bookkeeping Services .....................................53 Antiques & Collectibles .............53 Art Studio ..................................53 Automotive................................55 Banks .........................................55 Beauty Salon/Aesthetics/Spa ...55 Bed & Breakfasts .......................55 Camps/Lessons .........................57 Camper/Trailer Rental ...............57 Car Wash ...................................57 Churches .......................... 57 & 59 Cleaning Services ......................59 Clubs & Groups ................ 59 & 61 Computer/IT/Phone ..................61 Construction / Contractors / Builders ...................... 61, 63 & 65 Convenience Stores ..................65 Driver Training ...........................65 Electrical Services .....................65 Excavating .................................65 Facilities ........................... 65 & 67 Farm Equipment........................67 Farm Services & Supply ... 67 & 69 Feed Supply ...............................69 Financial Planning/Investments ..69 Fitness/Health ...........................69 Food & Farms ............................69 Food Processing ........................71 Funeral Home ............................71 Gas Bar & Fuel Supply ...............71 Grocery Retail ............................71 Health Care & Services .............71 Insurance ...................................71 Kennels .................................71-73 Landscaping Services & Supply ... 73 Legal Services ...........................73 Library........................................73 Manufacturing .................. 73 & 75 Millwrights .................................75 www.mapleton.ca
Municipal ...................................75 Music .........................................77 Newspaper ................................77 Pet Care.....................................77 Photography ..............................77 Plumbing / Heating / Refrigeration..............................77 Post Offices ..........................77-79 Publishing ..................................79 Real Estate ................................79 Repair ........................................79 Residences ................................79 Restaurants ..........................79-81 Retail .........................................81 Schools ......................................81 Services .....................................82 Storage ......................................82 Supply ........................................82 Theatre ......................................82 Trucking .....................................82 Veterinary Services ...................82 Welding......................................82
ACCOUNTANT / BOOKKEEPING SERVICES A & B Tax Service 39 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3940 Books Accounting & Office Services Trisha Lee 9 Bonniewood Dr, Drayton 519.500.6135
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Paul Noonanâ€™s Antiques 4 Elora St N, Alma Alma, ON N0B 1A0 519.846.9286
Studio Factor 24A Wood St, Drayton 519.638.0888 studiofactor.ca section 4 | page 53
One Stop Shop for all your Automotive Needs!
Complete Automotive Repairs **24 HOUR TOWING**
After Hours Contact: 519-590-5705
Complete Automotive Repairs 56 Peel St. E. Alma
(County Rd. 17, Just East of Alma)
DRIVE CLEAN COMPLIMENTARY EMISSION TESTING 4 MINUTE & REPAIRS CARWASH TOKEN
· Alignments · Repairs to Hydraulic Hoses · Repairs to Heavy Trucks & Trailers · Engine Diagnosis · Tire Sales and Services
TO MAPLETON’S SPOT FREE CARWASH with every Lube, Oil & Filter
BROUWER SERVICE CENTRE
Dippel’s Family Garage “Your Complete Car Care Centre”
53 MCGIVERN ST. MOOREFIELD, ON
519-638-3054 OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY 8-6
24 Wellington St., Drayton
COMPLETE COLLISION REPAIRS 29 Elm St. Drayton ON • email@example.com 519.638.5512 • www.darndtab.com
ALL COLLISION AND INSURANCE WORK IS WARRANTIED page 54 | section 4
Alva Cherrey Garage 10 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.5220
OK Tire Moorefield 8360 Concession 8, Moorefield 519.638.3413 oktire.com
Automotive Technical Service 73 Elora St N, Alma 519.846.0413
Shantz Rust Control 6554 Yatton Sideroad, Wallenstein 519.669.4470
Bill’s Paint and Collision 7026 Sideroad 12, Moorefield 519.638.2048
Brouwer’s Service Centre 53 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3054 napaautopro.com Bruce Heath Collision Service 62 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.8330 Buehler Automotive and Transmission 3 Elora St S, Alma 519.846.9221 buehlerauto.com C&S Auto Accessories 21 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.5362 candsauto.ca Coverdale Mobile Service Mapleton 519.498.1422 Dippel’s Family Garage 24 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.2950 Doug Arndt’s Auto Body 29 Elm St, Drayton 519.638.5512 darndtab.com Geddes’ Garage of Alma 56 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.0590 Jay-Mar Auto Body 7206 Twelfth Line, Alma 519.846.0437 www.mapleton.ca
RBC Royal Bank, (Two Branches) 23 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.3061 46 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3011
BEAUTY SALON / AESTHETICS / SPA A Golden Touch, Hair, Nails, Tanning Drayton 519.881.9464
Carol’s Hair and Tanning Salon 59A Wood St, Drayton 519.807.4610 Casa Rosa Wellness Spa Jordan MacDougall 61 Wood St., Drayton 226.979.6192 Daphne First Class Hair Salon Moorefield 613.206.5610 daphnefirstclass.com Hair Daze 20 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3025
BED & BREAKFASTS
Gazebo Inn Bed & Breakfast 7918 Wellington Rd 8, Drayton 519.638.2794 gazeboinn.ca Margaret’s Cozy Hillside 26 Queen St, Drayton 519.638.2817 section 4 | page 55
New Late Hours To Serve You Better RBC DRAYTON RBC Moorefield 23 Main Street E., Drayton 519.638.3061 Monday 9:30 - 5:00 Tuesday 9:30 - 5:00 Wednesday 9:30 - 8:00 Thursday 9:30 - 5:00 Friday 9:30 - 6:00
46 McGivern St., Moorefield 519.638.3011 Monday 9:30 - 4:30 Tuesday 9:30 - 4:30 Wednesday 9:30 - 4:30 Thursday 9:30 - 4:30 Friday 9:30 - 5:00
Advice You Can Bank On
519 | 638 | 0888 graphics | workshops | illustration 24a Wood St | Drayton firstname.lastname@example.org
Delivery to Local Parks Available
Hardtop & Travel Trailer Rentals & Sales 7011 Wellington Rd. 11, Drayton | 519.638.3075 | www.riversiderentals.ca
Mapleton’s SPOT FREE
CAR WASH LIMITED
2 Locations to Serve You Better DRAYTON
24 Andrews Dr.
59 McGivern St
· 1 Automatic Touchless Bay · 2 Self Serve Wash Bays · 2 in-Bay Vacuums · Pet Wash · Vending Machine · Change Machine
DRAYTON LOCATION ACCEPTS:
· 2 Self Serve Wash Bays · Vacuum · Change Machine · Vending Machine
Available yton at the Dra n Locatio only
• Emissions: Light & Heavy Duty Truck, Car Testing & Repair • Steering & Alignment, Suspension, Tires • Transmissions, Tune-ups Exhaust System & Electrical • Towing & Recovery • Vehicle Inspection Station • Trailers, RV’s & Motor Home Repair • No Drip Under Vehicle Oiling
12 Month 20,000 km National Warranty
when you purchase your Drayton Wash Card
Inquiries? Call 226-749-4422 page 56 | section 4
• Air Conditioning, Brakes, Driveability Trouble Shooting
12 Month, 519-846-9221 519-846-9221
20,000 km /buehlerauto /buehlerauto 888-335-3736 National 3 Elora Street S. www.buehlerauto.com Warranty 3 Elora Street S. www.buehlerauto.com Alma ON N0B 1A0 email@example.com
Alma ON N0B 1A0
CAMPS / LESSONS
Conestogo Lake Conservation Area 6580 Wellington Rd 11, Wallenstein 519.638.2873 grandriver.ca Girl Guide Camp 8029 Concession 3, Wallenstein 519.638.2569 Willowcrest Farm Julie Diamond 6638 Wellington Rd 10, Moorefield 519.638.5882 willowcrest-farm.com
CAMPER / TRAILER RENTAL
Riverside Rentals 7011 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.638.3075 riversiderentals.ca
Mapletonâ€™s Spot Free Car Wash (Two locations) 24 Andrews Dr, Drayton 226.749.4422 59 McGivern St, Moorefield 226.749.4422
Alma Bible Church 59 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.1001 almabiblechurch.ca Alma Presbyterian Church 8 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.0680 Alma United Church 7 Rebecca St W, Alma 519.846.5250 Christian Reformed Church 88 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.2032 draytoncrc.org www.mapleton.ca
Community Mennonite Fellowship 109 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3012 Drayton Reformed Church 74 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.2035 draytonreformed.org Drayton United Church 34 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.2021 draytonunited.ca Goldstone United Church 7516 Wellington Rd 8, Alma Goshen Mennonite Church 6918 Wellington Rd 12, Drayton 519.638.3722 Mapleview Mennonite Church 7184 Fourteenth Line, Alma 519.638.2150 Maranatha Conservative Mennonite Church 31 John St, Drayton 519.638.2446 Moorefield Mennonite Fellowship 102 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3931 Moorefield United Church 14 Moore St, Moorefield 519.638.3258 New Covenant Mennonite RR 2, Wallenstein 519.698.2617 Old Colony Mennonite Church 7902 Wellington Rd 7, Drayton 519.638.5501
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Home of the
Drayton Kinsmen & Kinette Clubs Have you made a difference in your community today?
You can see the difference... when you put a smile on a child’s face, when you build a place where families can play, when you help someone less fortunate.
Together we can make our community a better place!
Contact your local Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin club and become part of the difference Drayton Kinettes Drayton Kinsmen Draytonkinettes@gmail.com firstname.lastname@example.org Pres. Gina Dobben Pres. Brad Anstead 519-503-8036 519-830-1181
Serving the community’s greatest needs since 1968 1-800-PICK-KIN visit KinCanada.ca
Mapleton Martial Arts email@example.com | 519-575-3865 | www.cngk.ca Classes offered on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Masonic Hall, 61 Wellington Street South, Drayton • • • • •
Improve fitness and flexibility Build self-confidence Learn personal safety skills Develop positive life habits Child fitness tax eligible
...and it is fun for all ages!
FREE BEGINNERS CLASSES OFFERED IN SEPTEMBER AND JANUARY. DON’T MISS OUT!
ST AUGUST AUG. 161 Drayton11-13
Drayton 4-6 2017
FAIRGROUNDS DRAYTON FAIRGROUNDS
CANADA CANADA Theme:
Jim Zantinge, President 519-503-4682
Local Truck & Tractor Pull OTTPA Truck & Tractor Pull
Amy Hennessy, Secretary 519-993-2646
Demolition Derby Heavy Horse, Cattle, Sheep, Goat Shows Antique Machinery Display Jewelry making demonstrations and other new events to be announced.
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Arlie Zantinge, Treasurer 519-638-3323
YEARS www.draytonfair.com www.mapleton.ca
CHURCHES CONTINUED Selah Fire Drayton 519.830.5642 selahfire.com
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church Macton 7613 Line 86, Linwood 519.698.2097 St. Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Church 12 Union St, Drayton 519.638.2025 Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship 6449 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.638.3764
Janet’s Cleaning Service & Gardening Janet Katerberg 25 Wood St, Drayton 519.635.0761 Jo-Anne Brown 19 High St, Drayton 519.729.6363
CLUBS & GROUPS
4-H Club, Lifestyles Lynne Flewwelling 519.638.2568 Alma Community Recreation Association Chris Grose Alma 519.846.0282 Alma Optimists Nick Schrier Alma 519.846.9146 www.mapleton.ca
Cadets 88 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.2032 For boys age 7-13 Conestoga Sailing Club 256 King St N, Waterloo 519.638.5241 kwsailing.org Drayton Figure Skating Club Deb Mantler Drayton draytonskatingclub.org Drayton Kinette Club Wanda Dobben firstname.lastname@example.org draytonkinsmen.ca Drayton Kinsmen Club Drayton email@example.com draytonkinsmen.ca Drayton Legion Mary Miller 15 Elm St, Drayton 519.638.3324 Drayton Mapleton Agriculture Society Jim Zantinge 519.503.4682 draytonfair.com Drayton Masonic Lodge John Green Drayton 519.638.2126 Drayton Moorefield Minor Ball P.O. Box 22, Drayton 519.638.5341 draytonmoorefieldball.playsoftball.ca Drayton Soccer Club Joanne Keunen RR 1, Palmerston 519.638.3769 draytonminorsoccer.ca section 4 | page 59
NO PROJECT TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL
general contractor residential | commercial | agricultural new buildings | renovations David Martin Office: 519-638-5462 Cell: 519-895-6234 8012 8th Line, RR#2 Drayton www.stirtonconstruction.ca
CAR SHOW Moorefield Ball Park Friday night of the Father’s Day weekend IN JUNE Toad Hymers
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A Source of Life!
We Do: Water Well Drilling, Cleaning, Extensions, Repair & Inspection by Camera Cable & Rotary Equipment, Pumps, Pressure Tanks, Decommissions Rejuvenating Existing Wells: Bring back the well you already have Water Treatment
LEN (ALMA) JEFF (ARTHUR) MIKE (DRAYTON)
519-846-9162 519-846-1993 519-638-8928
www.martinwelldrilling.com page 60 | section 4
(Iron filters, water softeners, UV lamps, reverse osmosis, inline filters and water tests)
CLUBS & GROUPS CONTINUED
Ontario Truck and Tractor Pullers Association Moorefield 519.994.2552 ottpa.net
GEMS 88 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.2032 For girls age 9-13
PMD Minor Hockey Association Jason Jack Drayton 519.573.7795 draytonminorhockey.com
Drayton Youth Centre 21 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.594.0051 draytonyouthcentre.ca
Girl Guides/Brownies Candace Burnett Rothsay 519.638.2311 Lake Conestoga Snowmobilers Inc. - District 9 55 Northfield Dr E, Waterloo 519.638.5254
Rotary Club of Drayton Bob Bignell P.O. Box 216, Drayton 519.638.2263 Reapers of Hope 12 Maudsley St, Moorefield 519.638.0829
Mapleton Custom Rodders Barry (Toad) Hymers Moorefield 519.638.2269
Writers Unite Glynis Belec Drayton 519.638.3215
Mapleton Historical Society Floyd Schieck Drayton 519.638.3169
Youth Group 88 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.2032 For grades 9-12
Mapleton Martial Arts 61 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.575.3865 cngk.ca
COMPUTER / IT / PHONE
Moorefield Athletic Association Gerty Ottens Moorefield 519.638.3591 Moorefield & District Horticultural Society Jo Houston Moorefield 519.638.2623 Moorefield Optimist Glenn Babin Moorefield 519.638.2029 www.mapleton.ca
Mornington Communications 21 Wellington St S, Drayton 800.250.8750 Phonemaster Services 7805 Wellington Rd 45, Wallenstein 519.747.3333
CONSTRUCTION / CONTRACTORS / BUILDERS AWF Contractors Limited 7226 Blind Line, Elmira 519.669.2256
B.C. Carpentry & Flooring Installations 54 Ridgeview Dr, Drayton 519.638.7737 section 4 | page 61
GRANT MORGAN CARPENTRY AND LAWN MAINTENANCE EST. 1977 LTD.
LANDSCAPE SUPPLY • DRY TOPSOIL • 3 VARIETIES OF DECORATIVE MULCH
Carpentry, Aerating, Lawn Prep & Seeding, Roto-tilling, Sweeping, Cutting and Rolling
Grant & Julie | 1.519.638.3513 Cell 1.519.616.3513 | Moorefield & Area
• ECONO MULCH
All Varieties of Aggregate and Trucking CALL FOR PRICING T: 519.638.2116 C: 519.837.7232 8505 Wellington Road 8 Midway between Drayton and Palmerston
Paul Franklin Contracting Residential • Agricultural 7138 Wellington Rd 11 P.O. Box 39 Drayton, On N0G 1P0 Cell: (519) 574-0192
Excavation for: New Buildings, Ponds, Ditches, Culverts, Tile, etc. Demolition • Top soil • Gravel • Floating Services Licensed Septic System Installer Laser Equipped • Underground Line Locating Snow Removal Serving the residents of the Mapleton Community since 1999 R.R. 2, MOOREFIELD, ON N0G 2K0 | 519-638-3418 page 62 | section 4
CONSTRUCTION / CONTRACTORS / BUILDERS CONTINUED Bernie’s Drafting Service 21 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.5362
Craftsman Hardwood 34 Drayton Industrial Dr, Drayton 519.638.3380 Culp’s Lathing and Insulating RR 2, Drayton 519.638.2715 Donkers-Harris 6362 Sideroad 6, Listowel 519.291.4881 Downey Construction 23 Bonniewood Dr, Drayton 519.638.3675 Drayton Ridge Subdivision 68 Main St W, Drayton 226.668.5999
Mackey Design & Build 7347 Sideroad 12, Moorefield 519.638.5242 Mapleton Contracting 8505 Wellington Rd 8, Drayton 519.638.2116 Mapleton Flooring & Windows 83 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.5112 Martin’s Construction 7375 Wellington Rd 8, Alma 519.638.3188 Martin Groundworks P.O. Box 71, Wallenstein 519.669.3606 Marvin Weber 7429 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.698.2405
G L Carpentry RR 2, Drayton 519.638.5448
Marwil Concrete Construction Drayton 519.577.0370 marwilconcrete.ca
Glenvalley Construction 6516 Sideroad 17, Wallenstein 519.698.1134
Maur-Mart General Contracting 8531 Concession 8, Moorefield 519.638.3384
Grant Morgan Carpentry and Lawn Maintenance Moorefield 519.638.3513
MBM Construction 6672 Ruggles Rd, Wallenstein 519.669.3082
Jeff Duimering Carpentry Jeff Duimering 7164 Sideroad 15, Moorefield 519.638.9948
Mohlecrest Construction Jordan Mohle 519.504.1837
K.M. Home Improvements 7562 Third Line, Wallenstein 519.669.3744 Lloyd Scott Enterprises 46 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.5871 www.mapleton.ca
N M Bauman & Sons 55 Scenic Dr, Alma 519.638.8993 Paul Franklin Contracting 7138 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.574.0192 section 4 | page 63
Decision Drivers of Canada
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COURSES CONSIST OF:
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122 McGivern Street, Moorefield, ON PH #: (519) 638-3860 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minimum 41 hours of (20 hours in-class, 11 hours in-car, 10 hours flexible homelink) One hour more than ministry standards to improve the quality of in-car lessons. Driving simulator offered with the in-class portion of every course! ONE ON ONE IN-CAR LESSONS
10 WELLINGTON ST. NORTH UNIT 1, P.O. BOX 52, DRAYTON 519-638-9990 WWW.DECISIONDRIVERS.CA
519.638.2229 ECRA/ESA LIC 7004134
Servicing all your Electrical Needs Residential/Custom Homes | Agricultural Commercial | Service | Generators email@example.com page 64 | section 4
CONSTRUCTION / CONTRACTORS / BUILDERS CONTINUED Post Farm Structures 80 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.5988
Spaling Carpentry 7118 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.638.2232 Stirton Construction David Martin 8012 Eighth Line, Drayton 519.638.5462 stirtonconstruction.ca The Murray Group Limited 83 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3077 Wellington Construction 8718 Wellington Rd 7, Palmerston 519.343.2456
Alma Town Convenience 3 Peel St W, Alma 519.846.9622 Daisy Mart 12 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.8905 Sunny Convenience 89 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.5319
Decision Drivers of Canada 10 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.9990
C. Deen Electric Inc 122 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3860
Gleeson Electric Moorefield 519.638.5552 Haycock Electric 7136 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.638.2467 Murray’s Electric 6563 Wellington Rd 10, Listowel 519.638.3182 Rob DeWeerd Electric Inc. 7514 Sideroad 16, Alma 519.638.2229 Stecho Electric Moorefield 519.746.0047 Willard’s Electric 6581 Wellington Rd 10, Listowel 519.638.8915
Cosens Excavating 8408 Wellington Rd 8, Moorefield 519.638.3418 John Schneiders Excavating RR 1, Alma 519.638.2767 Mohle Excavating Mike Mohle 519.584.4089 Skerritt Excavating 68 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.0415 Weber Excavating 6547 Sideroad 18, Wallenstein 519.669.3641
Alma Community Centre 51 Simpson St E, Alma 519.846.5413 section 4 | page 65
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Maryborough Community Centre 15 Ball Ave, Moorefield 519.638.3313 PMD Arena Complex 68 Main St W, Drayton 519.638.3333
ESM Farm Equipment 7293 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.669.5176 Flewwelling Farm Equipment 7630 Wellington Rd 8, Alma 519.638.2528 Frontier Sales & Equipment 7213 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.669.8709 Husky Farm Equipment 7440 Wellington Rd 17, Alma 519.846.5329 Mar-Line Industries 7456 Fourth Line, Wallenstein 519.669.2323 Shantz Farm Equipment 7452 Wellington Road 7, Alma 519.638.3317
FARM SERVICES & SUPPLY
A & E Farm Drainage 7853 Wellington Rd 45, Wallenstein 519.698.9933 AgriBrink 8152 Concession 16, Moorefield 519.840.0919 Agribrink.com Beer’s Seeds 7708 Sixteenth Line, Drayton 519.848.3488 Clean Field Services (CFS) 7668 Eighth Line, Drayton 519.638.3457 www.mapleton.ca
Conestogo Agri Systems 7506 Wellington Road 11, Alma 519.638.3022 E. Bearinger Inc 8494 Concession 12, Moorefield 519.638.3538 Frey’s Hatchery 80 Northside Dr, Wallenstein 519.669.2291 FS Partners - Drayton 44 Main St W, Drayton 519.638.3026 fspartners.ca HDC Drayton Elevator 7153 Sideroad 12, Moorefield 519.501.0137 firstname.lastname@example.org hdc.on.ca J.K. Reid Manufacturing and Sales 7647 Wellington Rd 10, Moorefield 519.638.3551 jkreid.com Lebanon Ag Service 8450 Concession 3, Listowel 519.291.6802 Matt Coffey Pioneer Seed Sales 7473 Sixteenth Line, Arthur 519.848.6904 Martin Drainage 7215 Wellington Road 86, Wallenstein 519.669.1440 Martin Well Drilling Drayton 519.638.8929 (Mike) martinwelldrilling.com Norwell Dairy Systems 37 Drayton Industrial Dr, Drayton 519.638.3535 section 4 | page 67
VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE Drayton Freshmart
DELIVERY AVAILABLE Call for details
on selection, qFuOCUS price and custo ality, mer service
run Thursday-WS ednesday
90 Wellington St. S, Drayton | 519.638.2041 Hours: Mon-Wed: 8-8, Thu-Fri: 8-9, Sat: 8-6, Sun: 11-5
FINANCIAL PLANNING RETIREMENT PLANNING ESTATE PLANNING TAX PLANNING
Jason Jack CFP FMA
RRSPs & RRIFs Tax Free Savings Accounts Education Savings Plans Savings Accounts & GICs Mortgages / Credit Lines Life & Disability Insurance Income Tax Preparation ADVICE YOU CAN DEPEND ON
11 Wellington St S, Drayton | 519-638-3328 | www.jackfinancial.ca page 68 | section 4
FARM SERVICES & SUPPLY CONTINUED FOOD & FARMS Pit King 7481 Sideroad 17, Alma 519.638.2319
Apple Creek Farms 6879 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.638.9996
Rick Strauss, Painting, Concrete Grooving, Sales and Whitewashing 7732 Sideroad 21, Arthur 519.848.3184
Circle R Livestock 7489 Fourth Line, Wallenstein 519.669.4146
RK Animal Supplies 7647 Wellington Rd 10, Moorefield rkanimalsupplies.com Sprucegreen Truck & Tractor Repairs 7055 Wellington Rd 12, Drayton 519.638.5870 Sprucevale Grains 7446 Wellington Rd 8, Alma 519.638.3153
Nieuwland Feed & Supply 96 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.3008 Spectrum Feed Services 58 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3003 Wallenstein Feed & Supply 7307 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.669.5143
FINANCIAL PLANNING / INVESTMENTS Fifth Wheel Financial Services RR 3, Wallenstein 519.699.4483 Jack Financial 11 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3328
FITNESS / HEALTH
Dynafit Fitness 89 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.2100 www.mapleton.ca
Ell-crest Farms 8329 Wellington Rd 8, Moorefield 519.638.2127 Grand Moraine Growers 7369 Twelfth Line, Alma 519.638.1101 grandmorainegrowers.ca Kabbespatch 7904 Wellington Rd 8, Alma 519.638.3349 Mapletonâ€™s Organic Dairy 8548 Wellington Rd 7, Moorefield 519.638.1115 mapletonsorganic.ca Ross Enterprises 7646-7672 Sideroad 12, Moorefield 519.848.2270 Royal Fortress Meadows Kimberley & Trevor McKnight 8024 Wellington Rd 7, Moorefield 519.638.0132 rfmalpacas.com Triple G Livestock 7994 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.698.2920
Country Poultry Processing 7707 Fourth Line, Wallenstein 519.698.9930 Peel Sausage 7860 Sixth Line, Drayton 519.638.3446 section 4 | page 69
Blooming Daleâ€™s Flowers and other fine things
Your trusted local florist since 2002
Love and Romance Flowers for any
Get Well Soon
28 MAIN STREET E., DRAYTON
519-638-7723 | www.bloomingdalesflorist.ca
Heritage Funeral Homes Inc.
DRAYTON FUNERAL CHAPEL 20 Wellington St., Drayton 519.638.3072
CRAWFORD FUNERAL CHAPEL 243 George St., Arthur 519.848.6872
PALMERSTON FUNERAL CHAPEL 267 Main St., Palmerston 519.343.3800
We are proudly family owned and operated, serving the municipalities of Mapleton, Wellington North and Minto. Funeral Planning, Traditional and Cremation Services, Cemetery Lettering and Monuments Available Funeral Directors: Kenneth A. Thompson, Mary M. Thompson, Victor N. Roberts and William J. Crawford
www.heritagefuneralhomes.ca page 70 | section 4
Heritage Funeral Homes 20 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3072 heritagefuneralhomes.ca
GAS BAR & FUEL SUPPLY
Alma Fuel Depot - Fast Stop 6974 Wellington Rd 7, Alma Drayton Fast Stop 44 Main St W, Drayton
Dorking Grocery & Home Baking 6362 Wellington Rd 11, Listowel 519.698.0352 Drayton Freshmart 90 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.2041 Gourlay’s Store 38 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3013 Orchard Lane Bulk Foods 7378 Sixth Line, Drayton 519.638.5432
HEALTH CARE & SERVICES
David R. Bock, Optometrist 11 Andrews Dr W, Drayton 519.638.3411 Drayton Dental Group 11 Andrews Dr W, Drayton 519.638.3800 communitydentalgroups.com Drayton Family Chiropractic 89 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.5500 Drayton Massage Therapy Clinic 61A Wood St, Drayton 519.504.8004
Helping Hands Massage Roxanne Bowman Massage Therapist 8398 Concession 4, Moorefield 226.791.3865 email@example.com Living Well Centre 21 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.3200 Mapleton Health Centre, Physician Offices 11 Andrews Dr W, Drayton 519.638.3088 Minto Mapleton Family Health 11 Andrews Dr W, Drayton 519.638.2110 mmfht.ca Seniors’ Centre for Excellence 11 Andrews Dr W, Drayton 519.638.1000 mapleton.ca
Brown Insurance Brokers 1 Hilwood Dr, Moorefield 519.638.3039 Edge Mutual Insurance Company 103 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3304 edgemutual.com Secure Insurance Solutions Group 9 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3091 secureinsurance.ca
Bournecrest Kennels 8435 Concession 8, Moorefield 519.638.3445 bournecrest.on.ca section 4 | page 71
Maryborough Township Housing Corporation
Woods, Clemens, Fletcher & Cronin
THE TERRACE • Aﬀordable housing for seniors • 15 units on one level • Moorefield, Ontario
Professional Corporation - Lawyers J. Arthur Woods, B.A. LL.B. (Retired) William G. Clemens, B.A. LL.B. Mary-Lou Fletcher, B.A. LL.B. Tracey G. Cronin, B.A. (Hons.), LL.B.
Contact Lori Woodham for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org Lori Woodham, Property Manager (519) 638-2984
26 Wellington Street South 519.638.5767 9 Memorial Ave., Elmira, ON N3B 2Z6 519.669.5101 (Tel) • 519.669.5618 (Fax) Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Residential • Farm • Auto • Business Residential • Farm • Auto •
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION GARDEN CENTRE
DECIDUOUS & EVERGREENS
ner.ca -638-2734 www.pinecor JACK & DIANA VOS 519 D ON IEL EF OR MO , 109 7016 WELLINGTON RD
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Sun Shine Kennel Home of Maltese 7487 Wellington Rd 7, Alma 519.846.5420
LANDSCAPING SERVICES & SUPPLY Culp’s Lawn Care 66 Main St W, Drayton 519.638.5341
Dr. Walker Mowers Sales & Service 66 Main St W, Drayton 519.638.7748 KLT Tree Service 26 Simpson St E, Alma 519.846.8039 Scholten’s Landscape Inc. P.O. Box 76, Drayton 519.638.2060 scholtenslandscape.com
Woods, Clemens, Fletcher and Cronin 26 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.5767
Wellington County Library Drayton Branch 106 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3788 wellington.ca
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Blooming Dale’s 28 Main St E, Drayton 519.638.7723 Brubacher’s Harness Supplies 6377 Yatton Sideroad, Wallenstein 519.669.2064 brubachersharness.ca Dobben’s True Value Hardware 21 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.5362 dobbens.ca Fear’s Bibs n Cribs 45 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.5955 fearsbibsncribs.com Jolley’s Farm Toys 7808 Sideroad 9, Arthur 519.848.2332 jolleysfarmtoys.ca K A Hammond & Co Limited 43 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3063 kahammond.ca Mar-Span Home Hardware Building Centre 7873 Wellington Rd 8, Drayton 519.638.2420 marspan.com Sears Pickup Location 19 Wellington St N, Drayton 519.638.3666 sears.ca www.mapleton.ca
Alma Public School 12 Simpson St E, Alma 519.846.5110
Community Christian School 35 High St, Drayton 519.638.2935 ccsdrayton.org Drayton Heights Public School 75 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.3067 Fourth Peel School 7443 Fourth Line, Wallenstein 519.669.4023 Goldstone Parochial School 7205 Sideroad 19, Alma 519.638.3832 Mapleton Preschool 35 High St, Drayton 519.638.3331 Maranatha Conservative Mennonite School 31 John St, Drayton 519.638.2446 Maryborough Public School 73 McGivern St, Moorefield 519.638.3095 Yatton Parochial 7279 Third Line, Wallenstein 519.669.1303 Upper Grand District School Board 500 Victoria Rd N, Guelph 519.822.4420 ugdsb.on.ca
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Nuisance Trapping Bob Walter Mapleton and Surrounding Areas 519.589.6215
Reciprocal Ventures 7201 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.669.8887
Edie Creations, Seamstress Edith Langdon 23 Dales Dr, Drayton 226.818.7743
Simplified Decor Interior Painting Tasha Post 519.638.5183 Stitch N Smart Custom Embroidery 7357 Sideroad 12, Moorefield 519.638.5272
Drayton Storage 48 Main St W, Drayton 519.638.1113 draytonstorage.com
Brubacherâ€™s Quality Hardwood John Brubacher 7819 Sideroad 19, Arthur 519.848.6241
Drayton Festival Theatre 33 Wellington St S, Drayton 519.638.5555 draytonentertainment.com
DR Freight Service 6516 Sideroad 17, Wallenstein 519.698.0002 drfreightservice.com
Wark Milk Transport 68 Peel Street E, Alma 519.389.6914
Heartland Veterinary Clinic 7294 Wellington Rd 11, Drayton 519.638.3391 heartlandvets.ca
Gibson Welding 52 Peel St E, Alma 519.846.5188 David Weber, Welding 7531 Wellington Rd 86, Wallenstein 519.698.2620 Paul Reibel, Welding 7438 Sideroad 15, Moorefield 519.638.3659
WERE YOU MISSED? Call 519.638.3313 x 26 to get into the next Mapleton Guide.
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Mapleton combines solid traditional Canadian values that stem from our agricultural roots with the innovation needed to make our community p...
Published on Feb 24, 2017
Mapleton combines solid traditional Canadian values that stem from our agricultural roots with the innovation needed to make our community p...