THE GLENGARRY NEWS PAGE 7 – ALEXANDRIA, ONTARIO WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2019 – quit stalling! BRING IT TO US. • Alternators, Starters and Generators – Rebuilt or New • Automotive, Commercial, Agricultural Gilles Hurtubise 613-525-0609 20015D Hwy. 43, West of Alexandria Pierre & Mathieu Desforges Pierre & Mathieu Desforges PierreTel:613-&524-Mathieu2177Desforges Tel:Fax: 613-613-524-524-21773248 Fax: 613-524-3248 4582-B Ste-Catherine St., 4582-St-Isidore,BSte-ONCatherineK0C2B0St., St-www.Isidore,desforgeswater.ONK0Ccom2B0 [email protected]ater.desforgeswater.comcom [email protected]ater.com Tel: 613-524-2177 St-Isidore, ON www.desforgeswater.com [email protected]ater.com 2nd Annual Williamstown Summer Social Letters from Larry NORTH LANCASTER Larry sent me a nice letter with some leads for some good stories. However, I have just finished reading his letter, my deadline is soon and I have an "indoor" cat that has discovered how to open the door and has taken off. I must go before the cat police come around! In the meantime, if anyone has any information on a boys’ school in a mansion that was south west of Timmies, down a long lane, back to the river can you please share with me what you know? Williamstown Historical Society and Glengarry Living Archives by the INEZ FRANKLIN 613-347-7666 Fundraising Concert [email protected] hotmail. com RefreshmentsServed Sole Sisters Proceeds to CHEO Calling all relatives and friends! My cousin Kathy McCormick is walking in the Beau’s 5K Walk for Ovarian Cancer in Vankleek Hill July 6 in Vankleek Hill. She would welcome your pledge support. As she notes, “Too many people we know and love are affected by this dreaded disease.” Kathy is part of Team Sole Sisters. As an incentive for their supporters, the women have created a lovely picnic basket for four, which includes their favourite local goodies, wine and a park blanket. You can donate online. Simply Google 2019 Beaus 5K Walk for Ovarian Cancer. Under FAQ, click on the link to support a friend. You’ll find Kathy’s pledge roster under Team Sole Sisters. If you are not comfortable donating online, you can send Kathy a cheque. Contact her at 613-525-1619 for more information. Live Entertainment with Gabrielle Campbell & others Tuesday, June 25, 6:00 pm Meeting Place, the Fairgrounds n Admission: Good will offering WILLIAMSTOWN Paul Trottier - Jean Coutu Pharmacy This ad is generously sponsored by: LACHLAN MCDONALD 5 Ninth Street East, Cornwall 613-938-7339 Throughout the day everyone will be entertained with live music, D.J., a magician, Reptile Rainforest, bouncy house, dunk tank, various games, and activities. There will also be a volleyball tournament and vendors. Fireworks at dusk. For more information email lancastero[email protected] Charlottenburgh Park will also be hosting some events on Canada Day. There will be free admission for those who visit the park, that day, and you will be able to experience a tubie ride, dance to their D.J. and enjoy a barbecue treat. [email protected] keepcalm. ca Summer Kickoff Party i PHASE 2 NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION! RESERVE TODAY! Occupancy January 2020 St. Andrew’s Glen Nevis Social The congregation of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, South Lancaster, holds a Family Movie Night June 12. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie begins at 7 p.m. sharp. A canteen will be available with popcorn, drinks, chips and candy bars for sale at a reasonable price. A free-will offering can be made at the door. This is an outreach ministry for the community and all are welcome. For more information call Rev. Ian MacMillan at 613-931-2545. The next Welcoming Table community luncheon will be held at St. Andrew’s June 13 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come and enjoy homemade soup, sandwiches, dessert and refreshments free of charge. For more information, Linda Maloney at 613933-2936 or Rev. Ian MacMillan. Museum news Salem June 9, Salem United Church, Summerstown, held a well-attended Heritage and Cemetery Memorial Service. Rev. Gary Stokes, now living in Kingston, was the guest minister. He previously served the St. Lawrence Pastoral charge over a period of 17 years and, during that time, was also an active member of the Cemetery Committee. He referred to being at Salem as “coming home.” A highlight was when Rev. Gary, Salem Music Director, Paul Baine and guest soloist, Janet Harris-Timms performed as a trio for a special music offering. Following the Heritage Service, everyone walked outside into the cemetery accompanied by Steve MacDougal on the pipes and Cemetery Committee member, Al Cooper on the drums. In the beautiful, historic setting under blue skies, Walter MacLean, the Chair of the Cemetery Committee, presented his remarks and Sheila Casgrain read the names of those Social notes Congratulations to Terry and Darlene Sloan, who celebrated their 25th anniversary with family and friends last Saturday evening at The Bonnie Glen. Best wishes are extended to Alison McNaughtan and Huntly McDonell, who celebrate June 17, and to Ian McLeod for the 18th. Happy birthday! FIRST FLOOR Independent Senior Apartments Fridge/StoveIncluded 1 bedroom from $1,895 2 bedrooms from $2,250 *NotallIncl. RESERVE NOW All Inclusive Studios & Suites n SECOND FLOOR • Individual care plans • Walk-In shower • Housekeeping • Basic cable • Laundry service • Skilled nursing • 24-hour staffing • Phone/WiFi • Respite stay • Chef prepared meals • Family relief • Daily activities • Fitness room • Billiards room • Theatre • 9-hole mini putt • Bowling • and much, much more . . . Assisted Living Semi-Private from $2,850 Private from $3,895 LANCASTER Dads are the best THIRD FLOOR SHERRY THOMPSON 613-360-1946 All Inclusive Studios & Suites Studio from $2,895 Suite from $3,600 Social notes Congratulations to Keilian MacCulloch who graduated summa cum laude from Oregon and will begin working toward his doctoral fellowship at North Carolina State University, this fall! All the best Keilian! Happy birthday, Hannah Rousseau, Melinda Main, Amy Main, Jen Corput, Randy Vandelight and Jamie Flaro! 2 STUDIOS AVAILABLE NOW IN PHASE 1 [email protected] outlook. com Canada Day If you have not begun your Canada Day countdown, this should get you started! As advertised, Canada Day will be returning to the Lancaster Village; celebrations to be held at Smithfield Park. The gates will open at 11:30 with the official kickoff at noon! Parking Garage $100/mo. 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