Being an RMT (Registered Massage Therapist), you see all kinds of people, conditions and concerns.  From routine, to severe, to weird, to even funny. In my practice, I’ve started to see some common reoccurrences emerge. After consulting some colleagues of mine, they seem to have noticed a few patterns too. So, I’ve compiled 10 points that stick out the most.  Common concerns, incidents and what your RMTs are really thinking! Here are 10 things your RMT wants you to know.

The Lions District A-2 Effective Speaking Contest was held on March 8th at the Port Colborne Lions Hall.  First Place winners were (left to right):  Junior English - Ellika Greaves (St. Davids), Junior French - Olivia Cyr (Fenwick/Fonthill),  District A-2 Governor Lion Bill MacKenzie, Senior English – Sarah Piironen (Hagersville), Intermediate English – Charlotte Whitty (Fenwick/Fonthill), A-2 President Lioness Susan Beamer.

Pelham knows how to throw a party! The Town of Pelham and the Pelham Summerfest Committee are pleased to announce that Pelham Summerfest —the Town’s signature event— has been recognized by Festivals and Events Ontario as one of 2015’s Top 100 Festivals and Events in Ontario.

The Town of Pelham is pleased to receive a 2014 Niagara Community Design Award in Urban Design and Architecture for the East Fonthill Secondary Plan and Urban Design Guidelines.  Pelham received top honours in the Policy & Plans Category. The documents outline the detailed policies and guidelines for growth and development in the East Fonthill area at Regional Road 20 along Rice Road to south of Merritt Road.

Since Town Council approved a $6.5 million Capital Budget a couple of weeks ago, I wanted to inform you about some major improvements planned for Pelham this year...


Are you dreading your toddler's hair cutting? Fear not. Here are some simple tips to help make your trip successful.

March Break Students Special: 20% OFF

Cancer patients from across the Niagara Region can book Milka to come their home/ hospice/ hospital at times when they are not feeling well enough to come into a clinic. Oncology Massage differs from regular massage treatment in that a trained oncology massage therapist will carefully look is at a clients health history. From the health history a therapist can determine length of treatment, duration and pressure as this can varies patient to patient as well treatment to treatment

I have been meeting with Professional Referral Group (PRG) for breakfasts for almost 2 years. I wanted to see if there was other local business' that felt strongly about serving their customers to the best of their abilities.  And the PRG helped me grow and gave me an opportunity to help my clients grow as well.


Seeing is believing once you read through the incredible list of features that are included in this NEW MODEL priced at $439,300.

Top restaurants throughout Pelham and Welland will be offering a three course dinner menu at the price point of $25, $30 OR $35 and/or lunch menu at $20 or $25 per person.

Thank you to MT Bellies, Zest Kitchen, Café on Main, Mokus Restaurant of Fonthill, Iggys Pub & Grub, My Alibi Bistro and Lazy Loon for joining us so far! Check back in on Friday March 13th as we begin posting all the menus.

Pelham Supper Market returns to Peace Park Thursdays starting June 4th - September 3rd 4:30pm - 9:00pm 

Food, Beverage, Retail, Crafter/Artisan Vendors are invited to apply now to participate in the 2nd Season of Pelham Supper Market.

It was an exciting Take Out call at Mokus last week as Hawaiian ukulele virtuoso and composer, Jake Shimabukuro placed his order for 10 plate lunches. Restaurant Owners, Gary and Natalie Stickles personally delivered the order to Jake's tour bus in preparation for his concert at Brock University's Centre for the Arts last Friday night.

At Seniors On The Move you can choose from a number of unique services to make your move as a simple and easy as possible for you, from making a floor plan to ensure your furniture fits your new space to making your bed and setting up your beside tablet he way you have always had it so your new home feels comfortable and familiar to you from day one.

Local businesses are owned by people who live here and are fully invested in the success of our whole community. They are our fellow coaches, committee volunteers and often the first people we reach out to for donations to the community groups that we’re involved with.

We know it's been a really long winter when we don't even realize how soon daylight saving time (or daylight savings time, as most of us say) is upon us.  And upon us it is!  As of 2 a.m. on March 8, clocks go forward an hour, thereby giving most of us more daylight as of Sunday evening. For most of us, it can't come fast enough!


Council approved funding for a Hotel Feasibility Study (that will be recouped once the land has been sold) to examine the economic viability of developing a hotel on Town-owned lands in the East Fonthill area along Rice Road at Regional Road 20. Council has already determined that a medical centre, retirement facility and Wellspring Niagara are all in the best interests of the community, including exploring the design of a potential multifaceted community centre.

The Kinsmen Club of Fonthill and District held their 17th annual Citizen of the Year celebration tonight at the old Pelham Town Hall. This year's recipients were the husband and wife team of Rosemary and Gary Chambers who are well known in Pelham for their efforts to keep Pelham's heritage alive .Kin Brian Iggulden was the Master of Ceremonies introducing dignitaries at the head table and welcoming close to 100 people in attendance, a tribute in itself to the support for Gary and Rosemary Chambers. A moment of silence was held in memory of a former Citizen of the Year, Fred Disher, who sadly passed away earlier this year. Many former Citizens of the year were acknowledged.


The ladies division of Pelham Slo-Pitch League is looking for players and coaches for a new team.
To play you must be a woman 35 years of age or older.


If that was a poster at the golf course with the word FREE, you’d be signing up, right? Well, this is better. When you work with me, you get unlimited private lessons that can make a significant difference in your financial life. Here are 6 reasons why...

United Way South Niagara has launched a new fundraising initiative, Crave-A-Licious: Craving for Caring. The initiative unites local restaurants to generate funds for community programs and services, and it’s bringing value to local restaurant patrons during the entire month of March.


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