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Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 11
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

Pet Valu gives back GARDEN CENTRE CLEAR OUT W allaceburg EVERYTHING MUST GROW David Gough/ Courier Press Wallaceburg Pet Valu owner Fab Therrien donates $1,108 to Susan Arends (holding Josephine) of the Animal Rescue Foundation on July 7. The money donated was raised by Pet Valu customers. 3 GREAT BUSINESSES * 100 MASON ST. WALLACEBURG Sydenham Recycling&Scrap Recycling & Scrap drop off your recycle scrap at Bud's for those extra $$$ NOW available for purchase... tools, work benches and much more. Come check it out. Scrap Yard Hours Open: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm * Saturday 8am-3pm 519.627.8655 Sydenham Flea Market 'A Hidden Treasure' something for everyone Inventory Expanding D aily We'll Buy Your: * Old Vehicles * Alternators * Small Motors * Starters * Long & Short Steel * Copper * Brass DRIVE ON SCALE * Tin, Aluminum * Old Appliances * Farm Equipment * Fence Wire * Propane Tanks * Container Service Available - Residential Household items * books * movies music * clothing * toys * childr ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 12
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

12 Wallaceburg Courier Press * Thursday, July 14, 2011 Walpole Island's community garden grows David Gough Courier Press In the middle of Walpole Island vegetables and community grows. A community garden sits on an acre of land on Chiefs Road. Dozens of volunteers tend to the garden, which grows a large variety of vegetables. Rick Fehr said the community garden harkens back to a traditional way of living on Walpole Island. Fehr said people often think of hunting, fishing, trapping as being the staples of traditional livelihood, but gardening played a big role in daily survival as well. "Th ey were able to take care of each other simply through growing vegetables and sharing their vegetables with their neighbours and you will fi nd this in every culture," Fehr said. Grocery stores have replaced gardens, Fehr said. He notes that they expensive, compared to growing your own food. Lorne Loulas donated the acre of land earlier this year to get the garden started. Loulas said the garden is i ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 13
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

BPAC looking for your pictures of the St. Clair River Special/Courier Press The Binational Public Advisory Council (BPAC) for the St. Clair River Remedial Action Plan invites all amateur photographers to train their digital cameras on the majestic St. Clair River this summer. Celebrating the St. Clair is the theme for this digital photography contest, which BPAC hopes will raise public awareness and appreciation for the river. The contest is open to all amateur photographers living in the St. Clair watershed in both Canada and the United States. "The 'Celebrating the St. Clair photo contest is another measure of BPAC's continuing efforts to raise people's appreciation for the water treasure that is the St. Clair River. The contest is a worthwhile effort to get people thinking about the river and we hope that many people will participate," says Kristina Lee, BPAC Canadian co-chair. Contestants may submit a maximum of three photographs. Contest categories are: * "Our Majestic Waterway" - ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 14
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

14 Wallaceburg Courier Press * Thursday, July 14, 2011 April Colby/QMI Agency Mike Caron, Jamie Caron, Ryan Langen, Bernard Roy, Rob Sterling, Carl Sterling, Jerome Roy and Tim Caron stand in front of an antique tractor in line to drive in the fi rst Pain Court Antique Tractor Poker Run. The event took place on July 2 and was host to at least 40 tractors. Tractor poker run attracts interest April Colby QMI Agency Tractors aren't exactly the fi rst thing that comes to mind when someone mentions a poker run - especially antique tractors. But a group of Pain Court residents hope to change that. Pain Court's fi rst antique tractor poker run was held July 2. The event, organized by a group of local residents, thought it would be a good way to spend an afternoon. "It's just a social event. We thought of it a couple years ago - you know, a little coff ee shop talk - then decided we'd be interested in having some sort of rally within our community, and here we are," organizer Jerome Roy said. ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 15
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

Kraft celebration tour David Gough/Courier Press Members of the Wallaceburg minor lacrosse fraternity gather for a picture on Sunday, at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena in preparation for last Tuesday's Kraft Celebration Tour online voting. Wallaceburg battled Trenton, Ontario, in a bid to win $25,000 for Wallaceburg's outdoor lacrosse facility. Voting went from noon on Tuesday until noon on Wednesday. Palliative care team wins award QMI Agency The Erie St. Clair Community Care Access Centre's Palliative Care Consultation Team (PCCT) was honoured on June 23 at the Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres (OACCAC) Awards for Excel- lence, an annual event celebrating outstanding contributions to community care. Th e PCCT received the Systems Partnership Award, which recognizes the eff orts of collaboration with system partners who are engaged in a one-time or extended project on a local, provincial or national level, including working with another CCAC, other agencies or a combina ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 16
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

16 Wallaceburg Courier Press * Thursday, July 14, 2011 Local couple meeting the challenges for lavender production John Phair QMI Agency There may be opportunities in lavender production, but as Chatham-Kent's biggest grower of the fragrant crop has found, lavender is an enterprise fraught with challenges. Great Lakes Lavender held its annual Lavender Festival earlier this month and owners Matt and Kate Korpan welcomed more than 1,000 visitors to their Pioneer Line farm. "We've been growing lavender for eight years and we started having this little festival six years ago," said Matt Korpan, as he conducted a tour of his twoacre plot. "We're small and we're really still learning how to grow the plant, and it's not an easy one to grow for production purposes." Korpan said they started with 500 plants and over eight years have expanded to 8,000 plants over a two-acre plot. He said lavender is a perennial plant (there are a few varieties that are annuals). It takes three years to get a mat ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 17
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

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Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 18
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

18 Wallaceburg Courier Press * Thursday, July 14, 2011 A.A. Wright Public School *names omitted by school request Graduating Class of 2011 ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 19
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

Thursday, July 14, 2011 * Wallaceburg Courier Press 19 Christ the King Catholic School 2011 Graduatin g Class Of Aim High... a bright future is within your grasp. PEATS MARINE CONSTRUCTION LTD. * Docks * Seawall * Pile Driving * Boat Lifts * Dredging * Shore Protection & Equipment Rental Email: peatsmarine@kent.net 1122 Lambton Line Port Lambon Curtis Peats - Owner Class 0f 2011 Phone/Fax (519) 677-7222 * Cell (519) 809-0482 ...

Publication: Wallaceburg Courier Press July 14 - Page 20
Publisher: Wallaceburg News | E-editions | Community | 2011-07-13 09:47:18

20 Wallaceburg Courier Press * Thursday, July 14, 2011 D.A. Gordon Public School Graduating Class Of 2011 KEATON B. KYLER B. DESERAE C. SAMANTHA C. MYRAKLE C. JASMINE D. TYLER E. ERIKA E. CLAIR H. GAGE J. ELYSSA L. SAMANTHA M. TY M. JORDAN P. AUSTIN S. DOUGLAS S. TONI-LYNN S. BEAN T. DYLAN W. DALLAS W. MELANIE W. May you continue to learn, grow and reach new heights of success INDUSTRIAL * COMMERCIAL * INSTITUTIONAL * RESIDENTIAL DESIGN-BUILD * COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL ROOFING 1436 Dufferin Ave., Wallaceburg 519.627.6031 or toll free 877.289.2854 ...


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