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Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 1
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

60thD-Day remembered Legion ma rks 38 somber occasion. Senior s feted at gala Exceptional local seniors 8 win AGES awards. PowWow draws crowd Event celebrates native culture. 37 The innisfilexaminer.ca Friday ,June 11, 2010 Miriam King Photo Louise MacDonald models a Jackie O' hat at South Simcoe Theatre's sale of costumes and props during Wing Ding, a popular destination this past weekend. For more, please see Page 6. Maple Lane subdivision plan modifications mollify neighbours - Page 3 ?????? ?????? ??????????????? ???? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ??????? ?? ??? ?? ???????? ????? ???? ???????????? ???????????? ?????? ???????????????????? ? ?????????? ?????????? ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 2
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

2 Innisfil Examiner * Friday, June 11, 2010 JUNE 12 Innisfil Community Church Women's Ministries invites you to their sixth annual Daisy Dejeuner, on June 12, from noon to 2 p.m. This event will be held at the Life Centre, located at 1571 Innisfil Beach Rd., in Innisfil. There will be a delicious summer lunch, followed by entertainment and a gift for every girlfriend. Canadian fashion model Alicia Hughes will be speaking. There will also be a table with La Tienda fair trade co-op goods. All proceeds will go to support La Tienda women in the Dominican. Tickets are $20. JUNE 12 Try using a wheelchair during the Wheelchair Obstacle Course on Saturday during The Annual Kids' Fishing Derby at Summerfest on Saturday, June 12, is open to all children ages 5 to 12. Sponsored by Fishing Forever, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fishing, education and conservation projects, the derby will run from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., with the awards presentations at noon. Cost to participate is only $5, ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 3
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

By Miriam King The plan of subdivision presented by Maple Lane Lands for a property fronting on Sandy Trail in Alcona initially stirred strong response from the neighbours. They were worried about the impact of a 33-lot subdivision on drainage and flooding in the area, concerned about a loss of trees, and about the visual impact of several houses that would be built fronting on new streets within the subdivision, and presenting their long, plain sides to the existing homes on By Miriam King When the members of the Leonard's Beach Cottagers' Association sold their lakefront property to the Town of Innisfil in 2008, for approximately $775,000, they were faced with an unusual problem: what to do with the money. It took lengthy discussions, and almost two years of debate, but on June 6, the Association disbursed EX CHARGED INNISFIL - A woman called South Simcoe police on Sunday to report that her ex-husband had threatened to damage her car. The woman told officers that the man had also dam ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 4
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

4 Innisfil Examiner * Friday, June 11, 2010 the innisfil examiner 571 Bayfield Street, North, Barrie, Ontario L4M 4Z9 DAVID ZILSTRA, Publisher 705-726-6537 ext 263 dzilstra@thebarrieexaminer .com TOM VILLEMAIRE, regional managing editor 705-726-6537 ext 248 tvillemaire@midlandfreepre ss.com IAN MCINROY, reporter 705-726-6537 ext 273 imcinroy@thebarrieexaminer.com THE INNISFIL EXAMINER IS PUBLISHED BY: our editorial Fake lake's real costs a complete waste of money This is why there's not enough money for health care, education, transportation, infrastructure and other essentials in this country. The Canadian government has spent $1.9 million to build an indoor, artificial lake at the Toronto media centre for the G8 summit later this month. Called the Canadian Corridor, it's supposed to give international reporters a taste of what it's like to be in Huntsville, where the G8 is being held. Only a small pool of about 200 reporters will be allowed to cover the G8 summit. The rest will have to ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 5
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

RAYMOND BOWE The Barrie fire department's Big Bay Point Road station took on a huge chunk of land on New Year's Day, giving it the largest coverage area in the city and making it harder to meet provincial response standards. The Barrie-Innisfil land settlement saw the city absorb 5,664 acres of land along the town's northern border. Because the land is mostly farmer's fields, there haven't been any issues so far, says Barrie Fire Chief John Lynn. "It has not been problematic," he said. "We've had very few calls down there, but we're certainly looking at the possibility of a fifth station down in the Holly area, which would also service the lands to the west of (Highway) 400." The provincial guideline calls for 10 firefighters on the scene of a single-family residential structure fire within 10 minutes, 90% of the time. That benchmark is not being met in some areas of the city, Lynn said, adding a lot also depends on the location and type of the call. "It's not just a particular area (w ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 6
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

6 Innisfil Examiner * Friday, June 11, 2010 Volunteer Innisfil firefighter Adam Horne collected donations for community projects and fundraisers. The annual helmet drive collects money for Cookstown Central Public School, the fire hall, and charities such as Ronald McDonald House. Myriam King Photos Friends of the Innisfil Library (Cookstown chapter) held a final book sale in front of the old Cookstown Library on Queen Street during Wing Ding. HAVING A WING DING Miriam King The Cookstown Wing Ding, a village-wide yard sale, attracted visitors from as far away as Toronto eager to browse the sales that dotted every street. Over the years, the twoday event has become something more than just a bargain-hunter's paradise. Wing Ding is also an opportunity for groups and organizations to hold their fundraisers, in support of a wide variety of causes. During this year's Wing Ding, June 5 and 6, not only were the Innisfil firefighters at the main intersection with their helmet drive for communi ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 7
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

Innisfil Central P.S. hosts special silent auction Innisfil Central Public School will be hosting a special silent auction at the school's annual barbeque on June 17. The barbecue begins at 6 p.m. Over the years, students at Innisfil Central have painted ceiling tiles as art projects. These unique works of art, an example of which is shown at right, will be made available for the public to buy during the silent auction. All funds raised will go towards the school's band program. "These tiles, some of which are over 10 years old, are a piece of our school's history," says Jo-Ann White- McKenna, Principal, Innisfil Central. "We are installing new ceiling tiles and therefore had to remove the old ones. However, through this auction, we can raise funds and allow members of our school community to own these works of art," said White- McKenna. Strawberry supper on menu at Lefroy church A Strawberry Supper will be held Friday June 18, held by Lefroy United Church, in Grange Hall. There will b ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 8
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

8 Innisfil Examiner * Friday, June 11, 2010 Awards gala recognizes exceptional seniors Miriam King Photos Janet Westall, right, presents an AGES award for volunteer and community service to Innisfil resident Phyllis MacMillan Totten at the 1st Awards Gala for Exceptional Seniors (AGES), held June 6. Lefroy United Church has apple pies on the menu Home-made apple pies, made lovingly by the hands of the ladies (and gents) of Lefroy United Church, are available now. They are frozen and ready for you to bake. Contact the church at 456-2098 to order yours today. The cost is just $8 each or 2 for $15. ?????????? The first annual Awards Gala for Exceptional Seniors (AGES) took place June 6, at The Terraces in Barrie. "We are here to recognize exceptional seniors within our community," said David Steele, President and chair of IOOF, in his opening remarks. "You have contributed to this community in so many ways... and I commend each and every one of you." Seniors were recognized for years of p ...

Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 9
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

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Publication: Innisfil June 11 - Page 10
Publisher: Innisfil Examiner | E-editions | News | 2010-06-10 21:37:42

2 - The Barrie Examiner Real Estate Today - Thursday, June 10, 2010 SALES REPRESENTATIVE * 791-5004 * tshaw@barriehome.net SALES REPRESENTATIVE * 795-5772 * nrosebrugh@surfremax.com SALES REPRESENTATIVE * 331-1441 Offering Bilingual Services * Heather.B@Remax.net * Selling Barrie for 15 years * Hall of Fame & Platinum Award Winnder * Offering Free Market Evaluations Over the Phone Or In Person Toronto Real Estate Board Member. Stunning 2 Storey on Ravine Lot Nature at your door. 3,149 sq ft 4 bdrm, 3.5 baths home has hrdwd & ceramics, 9ft ceilings, a walk out bsmt, lg dinrm/livrm combo & mf office w/cathedral ceiling. Stunning kitchen has tons of upgraded cupboards, a lg breakfast area w/ w/o to deck & is open to family rm. Lg master w/ 5pc ensuite, 2 other bdrms have semi-ensuites. Mf laundry w/ entry to grg. Shows to perfection! Reduced to $415,000 OPEN HOUSE SUN 2-3:30 PM Stunning & Spacious 2 Bdrm 2 Storey Condo! Completely renovated from top to bottom, this home features brand new ...


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