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The buying process is over, and the moving truck has delivered your household goods to your new property. Now it’s time to unpack and turn your new house into a home.

Here are five tips to get you through the labour-intensive process a little easier:

Divide the work

Meet Brock Godfrey, retired RCMP officer with a specialty in anti-fraud. On November 27th, Brock will be at the Meridian Community Centre to inform the community on current scams. This is a FREE event with an option to purchase lunch for $3.00. Registration is available online through Eventbrite.

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 the Lions booth at Christmas Under the Arches on Friday December 6th.

For most people, a vehicle is a major investment, second only to buying a house. A National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) study found that at least half of consumers neglect routine maintenance, with young people being the least likely to keep up with service schedules. 

The Town of Pelham is committed to providing a safe, consistent supply of drinking water to the consumers in the Town of Pelham. The Town has implemented and continues to maintain a Quality Management System (QMS), and will endeavour to continually improve the QMS through regular review, evaluation, and action. 

Join Janine, with My Painted House for an evening of creative festive fun by decorating your own tray! Enjoy creating your very own piece of home décor !

Haircare is an investment in your confidence and happiness, and self-haircare is a simple way to repair and refresh. This is not slapping some conditioner on your head as you’re trying to race out the door in the morning.

Fall fairs are fun to attend for so many reasons, not the least of which is the delicious food. Bring the fair home and treat your family and friends to fall foods that will conjure up warm emotions and create lasting memories. We’ll help you serve up your own fall fair favourites, and enjoy the rich benefits of big smiles, full bellies and sweet memories.

There were plenty of smiles throughout PELHAM during this year’s Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign. A cheque in the amount of $13,019 was presented to WELLSPRING NIAGARA, a regional cancer support centre that provides free supportive care services to men, women and children who are living with cancer and their families.

these architects Inc is an architecture office with studios in Fonthill, and Toronto. They specialize in renovations and new builds of residential custom homes, working closely with the home owner to guide them through the process from pre-design through to construction. They also specialize in commercial projects ranging from interior design to new builds, in the hospitality sector and beyond.

As 2019 winds down into the final two months of the year, we know that local business owners, like you, are already planning for 2020. How will you best use your advertising dollars next year? What new marketing approaches will help you grow and succeed??

We invite you to become a part of a Local Online Community that Empowers Your Business! Since 2009, we’ve been helping local businesses and community organizations receive the recognition they deserve, by boosting their visibility and building buzz about their good work.

Last winter, Niagara felt the effects of a few days with stronger-than-usual winds. One previous client called the Miller Restoration office to seek help assessing damage to his pool shed – damaged by strong winds, the shed no longer had doors, leaving stored equipment vulnerable to the elements.

With the annual cost of household living expenses for a Niagara region family of four conservatively pegged at over $73,000, the Niagara Poverty Reduction Network (NPRN) has calculated the hourly wage necessary to meet these expenses, otherwise known as a living wage, to be $18.12 for 2019.

34th Saskatoon Sport Hall of Fame Induction dinner was held Saturday November 2nd, 2019. Among those recognized was Pelham Resident, Terry Lehne. Terry Lehne played in the CFL from 1983 to 1988 with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Montreal Concordes, Toronto Argonauts and Ottawa Rough Riders. During his football career he played in three Grey Cup games between 1984 and 1986.

Congratulations to all the athletes recogonized at the event: Fiona Cribb,Terry Lehne,Donna Saworski and Jake Wetzel. Builders Lawrence Beatty,Dale Clancy,Dave King, Johnny Marciniuk and Al Mitchell.

For those of us who weren’t born and raised in a rural community, soil is often regarded simply as mud or dirt. The rise of urbanization and the rural-urban divide has led to a disconnect between humans and nature, and, especially, between humans and agricultural settings. Such a disconnect makes it difficult for people to understand how important soil actually is. 

Today, Niagara Region announced the launch of a new awards program, which recognizes excellence in design of the built environment in Niagara. Building on the previous Niagara Community Design Awards, the Niagara Biennial celebrates design excellence within the region’s unique setting.

Cabar-EH Youth Theatre is hosting 2 NEW FREE Drama Programs - TWEEN (10-13 years) 5-6pm and TEEN (14-17 years) 6:30-7:30pm at the Welland Library (Seaway Mall location)  starting Friday November 1st.

Garden City Comedy Festival is proud to present "Comedy Night in Pelham" an evening of laughs headlined by Todd Van Allen.

Movement Unlimited Inc. is excited to announce their Welland Tribune Reader's Choice awards. An extra special congratulations goes out to Allison & Brett who both won in the categories, Best Fitness Instructor and Best Personal Trainer! Thank you to everyone who votes of support!

When you throw open your doors on Halloween, the creatures of the night will come to feed. Some will be scary. Some will be silly. But they’ll all have one thing in common: a monster appetite. Get ready with creature-friendly fare—and spooktacular decor and music ideas—for all your guests, whether they be skeletons or superheroes.

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