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On May 9th, the Fonthill Lioness participated in the Canadian Diabetes Clothesline Program,  collecting used clothing and household items.  We collected 101 bags an 65 boxes.  Thank you to the community for taking part in this endeavour.

The Purina® Walk for Dog Guides is a national fundraising walk held in more than 200 communities across Canada. The Fenwick Walk, organized by the Fenwick Lions, took place on May 24th.  Participants went from Centennial Park around the Cherryridge subdivision and back to raise just over $3,900 for the Lions Foundation of Canada.  Two of the the participants are future guide dogs, Taffy & Webley, pictured right with their foster family.  All of the participants had a great walk. Many thanks to the Fenwick Lions for lunch and to everyone who sponsored this event.

 

The sold-out crowd raised more than $21,000 at the prohibition-themed 7th Annual Pelham Mayor’s Gala at Lookout Golf Club on Saturday.

Show your Canadian pride and showcase community spirit through parade participation & costumes!  We're accepting applications for the 2015 parade now, so please click here to fill out the application today and show us your spirit on July 1st!

 

 

 

I came across and interesting blog on Facebook recently. One of my favorite artists, Thomas Barbey, wrote about a translation issue. He writes:

This year's Opening Night concert at Pelham Summerfest features the Beach Party Boys playing the Fonthill Bandshell.  Enjoy the Summerfest Beer & Wine Garden in Peace Park along with the Pelham Supper Market and Pelham Farmers’ Market. Here's a video look back at last year's Opener....

In The Orchard Programming for the Arts is a grassroots charity located in downtown Fonthill dedicated to providing quality art programs to our immediate community and outreach programs to our neighbouring communities in need.

 

The weekly "This Week In Baseball" articles overview the activities of various Pelham Minor Baseball Association teams.  Teams span from T-Ball to Midget age with several rep teams representing Pelham across the region.  Please watch for some familiar names throughout the season!

 

 

 

 

The two major rivers in Niagara are the Niagara River and the Welland River. The Niagara River flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario and is a source of considerable hydro electricity. The Welland River flows from Hamilton to Niagara Falls but manmade construction changes its path. When the water from the Niagara River is diverted to the hydro canal for electricity production, the Welland River flows backwards upstream as far as Wellandport.

I haven’t written here lately because my family and I travelled to Europe for a couple of weeks on a long-planned trip. While there, we attended some special commemorations.

Going to get your haircut can be quite an intimidating experience, especially it it’s your first time in that particular salon or barbershop. Many men struggle to decide how they want their hair cut and for an easier life often give the stylist one of two responses, which are: “whatever you think would suit me”, or “a shorter version of what I’ve got”.

Fonthill Lions Club members were honoured at the 2015 Ontario Volunteer Service Awards Gerry Berkhout 50 yr pin, Tom Boyce 30 yr, Doug Gaylor 25yr pin and Fred Arbour 40 yr pin.

Photo gallery from the Fabulous Fenwick Lions Carnival 2015.  Photos courtesy of Gwenn Alves.

Graduates from Canada’s first Teaching Winery had reason to cheer at the 2015 Ontario Wine Awards. Niagara College not only won an award but celebrated the success of many of its graduates currently working as winemakers in the Ontario wine industry.

Canada Health Day, May 12th, commemorates the birthday of Florence Nightingale known for her commitment to improve the health and welfare of all people. This day gives us an opportunity to express our gratitude to all staff and volunteers who provide excellent care and compassion to all those we serve at Hotel Dieu Shaver.

On Thursday, May 21st, the Pelham Farmers Market participated in the Kids Can Grow Program when each child planted a sunflower seed to take home and grow. The flowers will be returned on September 17th to be judged in several categories. There were 75 children who participated ranging in age from 9 months to 12 years. Pictured above is Lola and Will Cottingham after planting the seeds.

If you're an investor, you know the impact that volatility can have on your portfolio. Ups and downs in financial markets, individual securities and even mutual funds can have you smiling one day, worried the next.  However, it is possible to manage volatility so price fluctuations won't be such a concern. When you understand volatility and how it works, you can take steps to manage its impact.

During the May 4, 2015 meeting, Council requested that staff consult with the Town's Insurer and Legal Counsel to advise how the Town's liability is impacted during Bandshell Concerts that occur in an unlicensed area of Peace Park where alcohol is known to be consumed. Both the Town's Insurer and Legal Counsel opined that since the Town is aware of these facts it has a responsibility to take proactive steps to ensure compliance with applicable laws and by-laws to help reduce liability.

Town Council has again this year proclaimed the month of June as Seniors’ Month in an effort to honour seniors, their knowledge, experience and the contributions they make to Pelham.

Executive director Liz Palmieri on the stories we want to share.

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