Cor­re­spon­dents

The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page - TAMMY KENNY 613-528-4907 mar­t­in­town­news @ out­look. com Af­ter watch­ing our tents tak­ing off down the street, we de­cided to have all our ven­dors The Mart­in­town and Dis­trict

Fall

Fall is def­i­nitely in the air as some of the trees are start­ing to change and it is get­ting cooler at night. Some peo­ple are breath­ing a sigh of re­lief to get away from those muggy dog days of sum­mer, and some are not as ex­cited as that means cold win­ter nights, jack­ets, boots and high heat­ing bills are around the cor­ner. Un­for­tu­nately we can­not stop time so we have to grin and bear it and move for­ward. So here's to hop­ing we don't have as se­vere win­ter as the Farm­ers’ Al­manac is say­ing.

Bridge

Re­sults for Mart­in­town Party Bridge for Mon­day, Sept. 5/16: 1) Pat Wel­don, 2) Betty Mor­ris, 3) Sandy Robert­son. Mart­in­town & Dis­trict Good­timers Du­pli­cate Bridge Re­sults, Tues­day Sept. 6, 2016. Section A N/S: 1) Steve Lass­ner - Gre­gor Doll, 2) Janie Mac­Di­armid - Lucy Jar­rett, 3) Elizabeth Mar­jer­ri­son - Jim Camp­bell, 4) Jean Camp­bell - Eve­lyn McPhail, 5) Ber­nice Barlow - Mar­jorie Mertl. Section A E/ W: 1) Pauline Tessier - Lisette Jes­mer, 2) Jan­ice Keen - Brian Keen, 3) Betty Snetsinger - Joyce Egan, 4) Garry O'Con­nell - Ellin O’Con­nell, 5) Fran­coise Go­van - Lyette Ladouceur.

Church

St. An­drew’s United Church will wor­ship on Sun­day Sept. 18 at St. James in Avon­more. Merle Mar­jer­ri­son will be our guest preacher.

Save this date! Fri­day, Sept. 23… St. An­drew’s United Church, Mart­in­town will be host­ing a mu­si­cal evening with the ‘East Hawks­bury’ Gospel Sound at 7 p.m. Tick­ets are $10 in ad­vance or $12 at the door. There will also be a si­lent auc­tion and light re­fresh­ments. Please con­tact Bev Ru­nions, 613931-3110, Alison Mur­ray, 613936-1836 or Rev. Lois at 613-3461648 for tick­ets.

Some auc­tion items are hockey tick­ets if you are Mon­treal Cana­di­ens or Ot­tawa Se­na­tors fan, a bar­be­cue val­ued at $500, home­made bak­ing, baby quilt, dec­o­ra­tive fire­place screen, ma­chine shop labour, ve­hi­cle un­der­coat­ing, fruit trees, honey bas­ket, wine and cheese bas­ket and much more. You have to see them to be­lieve the lovely as­sort­ment. Come and en­joy a won­der­ful evening of mu­sic, fel­low­ship and tasty treats.

View­ing and bid­ding starts at 6 p.m., con­cert starts at 7 fol­lowed by a short in­ter­mis­sion with fi­nal bid­ding and re­fresh­ments.

Mart­in­town Mill

and artists to­gether in­side the mill on Sun­day - crowded but also cosy. We also worked up­stairs where the last of our win­dows are still to be re­paired, so we were work­ing amid the dust and clut­ter. Next week will be the last for most of our ven­dors be­cause the Sept. 24-25 week­end is also the Ap­ples and Art tour. Anne Cadotte will be do­ing her thing with veg­gies and pre­serves (she is ap­pre­ci­ated as much for her cheer­ful­ness and kind­ness as for her an­chor­ing of the out­side group). Jo Sweet cer­tainly de­serves the name – her baked goods are in high de­mand by ev­ery­one who has tried them. Linda Longtin and Linda Brady with batik and tie dye and jew­ellery re­spec­tively, are as­sets to the mill ven­dors, and we are also happy to see the re­turn of Linda's jams and good­ies.

For those who want to nosh or take home sup­per, Thai by Toy will feed their needs, and Pink will pro­vide the hand­made soaps and bath prod­ucts. This two­some of Lori and Su­san has been here at dif­fer­ent times dur­ing the sum­mer, and we cer­tainly ap­pre­ci­ate hav­ing them. In­side the mill, Bar­bara Dar­ling lives up to her name. She paints beau­ti­fully and knits gems which will be ap­pre­ci­ated by cold hands in the win­ter. John Sims will be show­ing his strik­ing land­scapes, and Gerda Sch­warz brings her fam­ily of bears. Up­stairs, the mu­seum will be open and Bead­ing by Barb will present a va­ri­ety of styles of jew­ellery made with semi-pre­cious stones and chains. See you Sun­day!

Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety

Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety had its monthly gen­eral meet­ing last Wed­nes­day, Septem­ber 7 at the Mart­in­town Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. Over 40 per­sons at­tended. Diana Free­man of Moose Creek.

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