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The Pelham Medical Associates hosted the second annual Pelham Peewee tournament this weekend for eight visiting Southern Ontario teams. The first game was won 12-4 over Waterdown with starter Ethan Wells pitching five strong innings with MVP battery mate Wyatt Gibson calling the pitch selection. A tie against yet undefeated Kawartha on Saturday afternoon left the boys just short of advancing to defend their 2016 tournament title. Beautiful catches by Jake Laewetz and Nate Girling in the deep outfield keep the game close while the bats when to work. A triple by Cole Townson and multiple singles by game MVP Jake Passmore contributed to the run production. A leaping line drive catch by second baseman Will Baltrusiunas kept the game at a tie and allowed Wyatt Gibson to pitch the complete game.

Summerfest has great live music yes, but the entertainment doesn’t stop there!   We’ve got buskers, an old fashioned sideshow, hula hooping, puppet shows and more.

High debt levels ... lack of savings ... the inability to budget – these problems all have several causes, but one of them is almost certainly financial illiteracy. Too many of us just never developed the money management skills necessary to cope with our complicated – and expensive – world. But if you have young children, you can teach them some money-smart lessons – and who knows? You could use the opportunity to give yourself a few valuable reminders, too.

Your recipe for success this year is our wide variety of solutions that will help you prepare delicious meals for any occasion.

Fonthill Kinsmen President Ryan McKay and Kinsmen Home Show Chairman Dave Ripley present a cheque for the amount of  $3000.00 to Eleanor Stasiw of Pelham Cares. The funds were raised from the recent  Kinsmen Home Show admissions gate. 

The Fonthill Kinsmen recently honored Brian Iggulden as a Life Member of the association. 

The energy was contagious as the Cabar-eh Youth Theatre (CYT) Company took to the stage Sunday June 4th at the Rose City Kids Theatre to give us their year end performance - an endearing and incredibly professional production of Seusical Jr.
 
What a joy it was to be in the audience to experience the nuanced performances of the incredibly talented, large cast of young performers. The costumes and sets were vibrant, engaging and most certainly  "Dr. Sues-worthy" whimisical.
 

For the second month in a row The Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reported a year over year decrease in the number of property sales processed through the NAR Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) system. Across Niagara there were 955 during the month of May 2017 representing a 5.91% decrease in sales compared to May of last year.

Cartooning, drawing, painting, sculpting & other fun art activities $100.00 per week per child Includes all supplies

A low-cost vacation this year? Camping is definitely an affordable way to see the country… as long as you take certain precautions.

Our New Shave Cream. Same great formula, now in an airless pump!

Who would have thought that by simply shampooing and styling your hair in a different way, you could encourage your hair to increase thickness? There are a few simple ways to encourage thicker hair. You can stop shampooing your hair every day, and try to limit your showers to three or four times a week. For some people, a few weeks are needed to let the scalp adjust to your new routine. Keep your water cooler, rather than hot. Hot water causes hair to dry out and become brittle. Cold water actually protects the hair by making the shaft stay flat. Gently pat your hair dry, rather than tightly wringing it out. Let it air dry. The less fussing-the less breakage.

It was my first time participating in the Pelham Art Festival and I have to say, given the opportunity again, I will definitely return.  It was a tremendously busy weekend and an enjoyable one at the same time. Many great comments about the calibre of art (many great artists indeed!) and how organized the event was (it was very well organized!) along with the entertainment, wine and Mother’s Day brunch, all well received.

As life moves forward we transition into new, exciting, and often times scary, opportunities. For Erin Snow this is indeed a true statement.  Her business, Chasing Clouds, has underwent many evolutions over the almost twenty years of operation. 

Please join us on Friday nights for LIVE music and our $0.85 cent wings! Try our specalty WINGS of the WEEK - always deliciously creative!

Our menu is constantly evolving as we are inspired by local ingredients, changing seasons or pure whimsy. A sample of some our more regular offerings is listed here on our website. We also have daily specials and features.

On June 7th, 2017 Lions Clubs around the world are celebrating the 100th anniversary of  Lions International. This is a special time for our members - for the past 100 years, Lions clubs have served their communities and touched the lives of millions of people”, explains Fonthill Lions Club President, Robert Youngblut.

Lucchetta Homes has been awarded the 2017 Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) award for Best Community Development of the Year for the Residences at Hunters Pointe. This award recognizes Lucchetta Homes commitment to using innovative technology, as well as overall excellence in new home, design and construction. This is the first time a Niagara area builder has taken home this prestigious award. Lucchetta won amongst strong competition including leading developments in Alberta, British Columbia and Ottawa.

Since some people asked me recently about certain elements of the Pelham Community Centre, I thought I would also answer their questions here.

The Miller Restoration Mosquito Rep team hit the road this week with a tournament in Brantford. The highlight of the weekend was a lightening speed double play initiated by pitcher Matt Oakes to catcher Cam Wells to third baseman Andy Nawrocki against North Toronto. The following inning saw the team's first successful run down with the catcher throwing behind the runner at third base. MVP awards were won by Connor Jolicoeur, Andy Nawrocki and Matt Oakes for stellar starting pitching. Special thanks to Bromac Construction and J Oskam Steel for their support of the team.

With over 30,000 people expected to attend Pelham Summerfest this year, the event offers numerous sponsorship opportunities for your business to gain brand exposure at our award winning, high intensity, local event.  As a sponsor, you will be recognized as a community leader and benefit by being included in event marketing and promotional campaigns that reach.

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