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Enjoy 25% off in-stock paintings at Beverly Sneath Art Gallery & Classroom. One day only from 9am - 9pm.

Are you falling behind on your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) or other financial goals?  The solution to the problem may be simpler than you think. It's possible to increase savings and investments just by ensuring that you set aside money before it's used for other purposes. This technique, often called "paying yourself first," is a simple and painless way to boost savings. 
 

Styling your hair should be simple, and it starts with having the

right product. First, ask yourself what it is you want to achieve:

How much hold do you need? How much shine do you like? How

long is your hair? Ask Tracy Strycker at Salon Allegra which hair

product helps you land on the perfect style for your needs.

Always remember to apply product to the roots of your hair.

It wouldn’t be the holidays without a festive spread of desserts and treats. This season, we’re here to help you reimagine sweet holiday favourites with recipes you’ll love – and love to make.  And if the busy holiday rush leaves you with little time to bake, we’ve got delicious store-bought options and other time-saving and gift-giving solutions.

Winter Break Camp registration is now OPEN! Camp runs Dec 27 & 28; Jan 2, 3 & 4 at the Meridian Community Centre (100 Meridian Way, Fonthill).

Grandview Farms is excited to be hosting another year of Winter, March Break and Summer Horse Camps.  We are pleased to offer campers an opportunity to enjoy horse back riding throughout the year.

 

 The Pelham Public Art Advisory Committee has hung new artwork on display at the Meridian Community Centre, you are encouraged to come view it! Art pieces are available for purchase if you fall in love with one.

An evening filled with fun, while parents finish up their holiday shopping! Kids will make a small gift/crat to take home, play games, have dinner (hot dog, rice krispie and juice box) and watch a movie with popcorn! 

Visit all three Niagara Habitat for Humanity ReStores during the STOP and SAVE event and you’ll find BIG price-cuts on select merchandise, and enter to win a $200 ReStore gift certificate!

A heartfelt "Thank You" to all of the wonderful people in Fonthill who helped track & catch our runaway dog "Bennie" on Thursday, November 8th.  We were overwhelmed by how many people were willing to put their day on pause and help us in one way or another. Apologies to those who were held up by the commotion.  Our family feels so lucky to be part of this great community!  

The Fonthill Lions & Lioness are holding a Sock & Coat Drive. They can be new or gently used. The socks are for people of all ages. The coats are for childre. They will be donated to Pelham Cares, The Salvation Army and The Hope Centre. They can be dropped off at any time at Fonthill Giant Tiger, Accelerated Health & Wellness by December 20th or at teh Lions booth at Christmas Under the Arches on Friday December 8th.

For the 17th consecutive year, soup’s on at St. Kevin parish hall, Welland, the last Friday in January.
The event is Soup’s On!, a popular fundraiser with a loyal following in many local communities. The date is Friday, January 25, 2019.
 
Tickets are $10 apiece, the same price as when the event started 17 years ago!
 

Dave Augustyn’s Column for the week of 11 November 2018

Hundreds of Pelham residents took time to gather with local Veterans, members of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Ladies Auxiliary, the 613 Army Cadets, the Pelham Fire Service, and others at the Veteran’s Park at the Fonthill Legion to commemorate and remember the sacrifices of Pelham’s Veterans.

Remembrance Day Service was held in the Veterans’ Park at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 613 on Sunday, November 11th at 10:45AM.

This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the end of WW 1 and also the 10th Anniversary of the opening of the Veterans’ Park. Legion members, Veterans, Dignitaries and Cadets were piped in by Bagpiper Ted Johnstone. Comrade Toni McKelvie, Legion president began the Service with a warm welcome and address. Rev. John Cathcart, Legion Chaplin gave the blessing and prayers and trumpeter Harmon Narbonne lead the observance of silence.

The Paul Harris Fellowship Award is one of the highest honours Rotary can bestow upon a person. Recipients are Rotarians and community professionals, in recognition of their outstanding contributions, exemplifying the highest ideal in Rotary in placing “SERVICE ABOVE SELF.” This honour accompanies a donation of $1,000 or more, in the recipient’s name, to Rotary International’s “Annual Program Fund,” which supports Rotary’s world-wide programs.

Making your own natural hair conditioner is a great way to target hair care treatments to your specific hair type - without unhealthy chemicals or synthetic additives. Conditioning helps protect your hair from stressors such as weather, heat-styling, hormone fluctuations, poor diet, etc.

As the season of giving quickly approaches, planning for the 28th annual Pelham Community Food Drive is well underway.  Pelham Cares, with community partners Fonthill and District Kinsmen Club, Fonthill Lions Club and Fenwick Lions Club, will carry on this tradition.  

The Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reported 525 MLS® residential property sales in October - a marginal increase compared to the figure of 524 posted in October of last year.

The average days on market increased 10.3% from 39 to 43 in the residential freehold market.

The residential average sale price of $417,993 had an increase of 8.0% versus last October while the number of active residential property listings increased by 21.4% versus October 2017. 

Finding the time to cook a hearty, delicious dinner can feel like a daily dilemma. Here are some tricks to help you succeed more often. Whether you have a trendy multicooker or a classic slow cooker — or both — you can put these compact countertop appliances to work as sous-chefs in your kitchen. They’ll help you get a home-cooked meal on the table and minimize the dinnertime rush.

Portraits of hockey greats by Daryl Smith. On display at the Welland Museum from November 2018-March 2019.

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