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The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page - JOHANNE WENSINK 613-577-2735 [email protected] xplor­net. com Regis­tra­tion for pip­ing and drum­ming stu­dents to start a new term with the Glen­garry School of Pip­ing and “We find com­fort among those who agree with – growth among those who don’t.” – Frank A. Clark

Cal­en­dar win­ners

Glen­garry Curl­ing Club cal­en­dar win­ners for the week of Sept. 12 in­clude Roxbor­ough Tele­phone Co, Moose Creek $30; Frank Joyal, Long Sault $40; Henny Lacroix, Ap­ple Hill $ 20; Marc DeRe­pentigny, Maxville $ 30; Betti Nutt, Whitby $20.

Hor­ti­cul­ture news

The Maxville and District Hor­ti­cul­ture Septem­ber meet­ing will be held Sept. 21 at 6:30 at the Maxville Com­plex. The guest speaker will be the Back­yard Ped­dler from Mart­in­town. The Back­yard Ped­dler will demon­strate how to dis­tress, care for and paint older items to give them life again. She will also bring some of her ar­ti­cles to sell. Mem­bers are re­minded that this month they are en­cour­aged to bring en­tries for 1) a fall ar­range­ment us­ing fall flow­ers and fo­liage: 2) an ar­range­ment in an an­tique con­tainer: 3) any pho­to­graph mounted on card­board with a 1" border; flower blos­som, a pet, a favourite tree.

Ser­vice re­minders

A re­minder for the Maxville, Moose Creek, St. Elmo Pas­toral charge: ser­vices will re­turn to their reg­u­lar times this Sun­day; Knox Church, Moose Creek – 9: 30 a. m.; St. An­drew's, Maxville/Gor­don, St. Elmo - 11 a.m. The Sacra­ment of Holy Com­mu­nion will be cel­e­brated this Sun­day at Knox Church in Moose Creek, and on Sun­day, Oct. 2 at St. An­drew's Church in Maxville.

Turkey sup­per

Maxville Moose Creek United Church in­vites you to its turkey sup­per on Satur­day, Sept. 24 from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Maxville Sports Com­plex. Adults $15, chil­dren 6 to 12 years $6. 5 years and un­der free.

Pip­ing and drum­ming

Drum­ming has been ex­tended to Sat, Sept. 24, and Sat, Oct. 1, at Maxville Pub­lic School at 9 a.m. All ages and abil­i­ties are ac­cepted at begin­ner and ad­vanced lev­els. Mu­si­cians 18 years and younger may also reg­is­ter to learn the mu­sic for the newly formed Novice Ju­ve­nile Pipe Band. Con­tact Shel­ley 613-527-5357 or email glen­gar­ryschoolpi­pe­and­[email protected] Visit us on Face­book.

Knights break­fast

The Knights of Colum­bus will hold a break­fast at the St. An­thony’s Church Hall in Ap­ple Hill on Sun­day, Sept. 25, from 9 a.m. un­til noon.

Quote of the week Bridge

Re­sults for Mart­in­town Party Bridge for Monday, Sept. 12/16: 1) Sandy Robert­son 2) Amelia Ur­saki, 3) Mar­ion Schofield. Mart­in­town & District Good­timers Du­pli­cate Bridge Re­sults, Tues­day Sept. 13, 2016. Sec­tion A N/ S: 1) El­iz­a­beth Mar­jer­ri­son - Jim Camp­bell, 2) Jean- Marie Morin - Tony Rossini, 3) Gail Wells - Ni­cole Tourangeau, 4) Jean Camp­bell - Garry O’Con­nell, 5) Mar­ion Lemieux - Suzanne Bourbonnai­s. Sec­tion A E/W: 1) Ni­cole Smith - Dar­lene McMartin, 2) Gor­don Snook - Ed Hills, 3) Del Roul­ston - Elsie MacLeod, 4) Pauline Tessier - Lisette Jes­mer, 5) Rona Maynard - Karen McDer­mid.


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 con- tact Bev Ru­nions, 613-931-3110, Ali­son Mur­ray, 613-936-1836 or Rev. Lois at 613-346-1648 for tick­ets. Some auc­tion items are hockey tick­ets ( if you are Mon­treal Cana­dian or Ot­tawa Sen­a­tors fan), a bar­be­cue val­ued at $500, home­made bak­ing, a baby quilt, dec­o­ra­tive fire­place screen, ma­chine shop labour, ve­hi­cle un­der­coat­ing, fruit trees, honey bas­ket, wine & cheese bas­ket and much more.

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.

Sun­day, Sept. 25: St. An­drew’s United Church, Mart­in­town will be cel­e­brat­ing its 212th An­niver­sary Ser­vice with Rev. Wendy WrightMack­en­zie as guest speaker. This will be a joint wor­ship ser­vice with Avon­more and Finch join­ing us. Ser­vice is at 10 a.m. A time of fel­low­ship and a lun­cheon will fol­low the ser­vice. More tasty treats from the won­der­ful cooks at St. An­drews United.

Mart­in­town Mill

Well, it is here!! This week­end (Sept 24-25) is Ap­ples and Art and the last week­end for the Mill to be open for the Summer. It cer­tainly has been an event­ful summer, and if peo­ple are read­ing this and have not been to the mill this year, it is time for a visit. Let's see... new roof, new win­dows, im­prove­ments to elec­tri­cal wiring, wrought iron fenc­ing, new door, stage, sound sys­tem... AND Home­com­ing, Tril­lium Grant, South Glen­garry 50/ 50 Match­ing grant... it is tir­ing just men­tion­ing it all.

What will we do for our last hur­rah? We will have Brenda Mader, Pot­ter Ex­traor­di­naire who has just opened her own stu­dio in Alexan­dria, Su­san Irv­ing, she of the mixed me­dia paint­ing, re­mind­ing the viewer of mo­saics, Bar­bara Bracken whose jewellery uses semi-pre­cious stones and a va­ri­ety of other prod­ucts, and Dr. Bob Tay­lor whose paint­ings are truly lovely and di­verse in con- tent and medium. These artists are part of the A &A tour and will be in the mill on Satur­day and Sun­day. Out­side, we will still have a num­ber of our ven­dors who have been with us all summer: Pat­tie and Don­ald do­ing what they do with wood, Jo Sweet, who will have ap­ple treats as well as her reg­u­lar bak­ing the three Lin­das with jams and jel­lies, batik and tie dye, and ster­ling sil­ver jewellery and Thai by Toy food to fill the tummy and please the heart! And it will the last chance to buy our tick­ets for the Mill raf­fle art­work do­nated by our tal­ented artists to cel­e­brate our 170th an­niver­sary. These artists have cre­ated works rep­re­sent­ing their views of the Mart­in­town Mill, as well as other fas­ci­nat­ing work which will be on dis­play in­side the mill on the Satur­day and Sun­day!!!

We will also have some spe­cial treats in­side for those who are on the tour to sam­ple. It should be a good two days.

This is my last chance to thank all those vol­un­teers with­out whom the Mill could not go on: Those who show up faith­fully every Sun­day be­fore 8 o'clock in rain or hot sun to set up the tents and ta­bles for the ven­dors, and then stick around to help them un­load and put their dis­plays out, and then re­turn around 3: 30 to take ev­ery­thing down; the other vol­un­teers who spend the day with us, pick­ing up the slack, man­ning booths and sell­ing for peo­ple who need to be cov­ered, who jump into the fray when­ever and wher­ever they are needed - I can't be­gin to tell how much we de­pend on all of them. Vol­un­teers are the heart and soul of an or­ga­ni­za­tion like the Mart­in­town Mill Preser­va­tion Group, and they do ev­ery­thing with­out thanks or com­pen­sa­tion. Thank you, big time Vol­un­teers!! See you next summer!

Park com­mit­tee

Mark your cal­en­dars for the Thanks­giv­ing Bingo com­ing Sun­day, Oct. 2. (Sorry, I had the wrong date last week) Turkey and ham will be on the prizes. Start time is 1 p.m. and it should be com­pleted by 3:30. Con­ces­sion stand on premises.

The park com­mit­tee will once again be do­ing an NHL hockey draft so get your think­ing caps on and pick up a form from Ja­son @ K.Cee’s and pick your NHL play­ers. The cost to en­ter your play­ers is $10. We are also work­ing on a fundrais­ing curl­ing bon­spiel, more in­for­ma­tion to come.

Sil­ver Spike Com­mit­tee

The Sil­ver Spike Com­mit­tee would like to send out a huge thank you to ev­ery­one who took the time to sign the pe­ti­tion re­cently at K.Cee’s. The pe­ti­tion and slide pre­sen­ta­tion were well re­ceived when pre­sented to SD& G Coun­ties Coun­cil meet­ing this Monday the 19th. We will keep you up­dated.

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