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Pelham Fire Services would like to thank everyone who contributed to making Fire Prevention Week a success from October 4-10, 2015. “We are thrilled to have had so much participation and support for our initiatives,” said Fire Chief Bob Lymburner. “From seniors to school-aged children and in between, a lot of people were reminded of the importance of having working smoke alarms and CO detectors in their homes.”

We all  love color, come on I dare you to add some color to your life! Whether you are remodeling, freshening up or preparing your home to sell, you will be thinking about which color palette to choose. Come on, I dare you to add some color!! We are constantly bombarded with images and information that we need to keep everything neutral, well I challenge everyone to think outside the box and bring in some color! 

 

 

If you are still interested in Donating a Prize for the Rotary TV Auction please bring your prizes to the studio by Friday, October 23rd.
Your Business will Receive Print and TV recognition!

This year, why not leave the planning and work to the wonderful people at Riverstone Event Centre?  Our food is delicious, the drinks refreshing and we are ready to give you, your staff and your friends the best holiday party they’ll attend all year!

 

Do you need to change your hair colour each season?

 

 

 

Studio Twenty Fonthill presents…Kids Zumba

Welcome to our newest myPelham.com Community Partner - Anna Topolinsky of Images Staged with Flair.

Stage your home! Sell your home! is our tag line. At Images Staged with Flair we have proven that staging works! Take a look at our portfolio and view the homes that have sold faster and many times for more money! This is our gallery of homes that we have staged for our very happy clients. Many of these homes were on the market listed for months without any offers and once staged they received offers and sold. Some homes were vacant homes where we created a design plan and staged fully furnished rooms, and some rooms were owner occupied homes, we staged with the clients furnishings, we only added art work, lighting and accessories.

I had the pleasure of working closely with Marilyn in the development of "Beyond the Bed: A Quilt Retrospective" which is a cataloge booklet of her excellent Art Quilts.

She was always kind, gracious and considerate. Have a look at some images of her amazing creations.

Each year, the Welland-Pelham Chamber of Commerce celebrates the spirit of business in our community with the Ruby Awards. Ten unique awards highlighting excellence in the areas of local business, community involvement and youth enrichment are presented at our Gala Reception. Named after instrumental Chamber founder Ruby Quaker, the awards are a commemoration of excellence in local business and community involvement.

Congratulations to the Pelham business owners listed below who have been nominated for #RubyAwards2015 in the categories as noted.

Across Niagara September home sales jumped 17.6% with he Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reporting a total of 667 residential sales processed through the NAR Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) system in September compared to 567 last year.

During the month of  September, residential sales in Welland and Pelham climbed 22% and 73% respectively.

You know what’s a wonderful combination? Your wheels & our deals.

Before you drive into a Jiffy Lube for your next service, see if we’re currently offering a promotion you can take advantage of!

Be Wise and Winterize to Earn Big Savings.

Steve Cunningham, a long time resident of Fonthill, is a reliable source for all of your computer and home networking needs. He has been maintaining and servicing computer systems for 10 years and has a long list of satisfied customers!

Convenient, comfortable, one-to-one: We come to you, wherever you are, at a time that is convenient to you. In the comfort of your home, we put together a program especially for your child, and give them the confidence that they need to succeed. Everyone can learn with the right approach: We have a comprehensive, collaborative approach to learning and work together with your family and teachers to identify the right learning strategies and perfect tutors.

Recently Canada Mortgage and House Corporation (CMHC) announced that when qualifying for a mortgage, homeowners could now count all of the income from their legal secondary unit(s) instead of the previous 50 per cent, making it easier to qualify and giving this home buying option a boost.

For the past 13 years we have brought to Niagara ideas, inspiration and insights from speakers on a variety of topics. This year is no exception.

At Miller Restoration we understand how destructive fire can be to a home or business. Fire and Smoke Damage can be physically and emotionally devastating. Fire damage can cause extensive damage to a home or building and may require a great deal of time to clean and repair. On top of the flames, heat and smoke will contribute to invading anything that is porous. Fire will produce poisonous gasses that can make an individual either drowsy or disoriented. The initial fire can be followed by more damage due to the water and chemicals used to put out the fire.

 

Council ceremonially acknowledged the donation of a decommissioned pumper fire truck to the Rotary Club of Welland, who is facilitating the delivery of the truck to the First Nations Reserve community of Bearskin Lake. Bearskin Lake First Nation is a community of 475 people located 730 kilometers from Sioux Lookout where land access only occurs during the winter months via winter ice roads and daily flights. The community is in need of fire protection equipment and only has water distribution for 8 hydrants within the main settlement and uses the local lake for fire protection. The donated fire truck will be housed at the community's fire station, along with some bunker gear and other firefighting equipment passed on by Pelham Fire Services. Fire Safety Officer and First Nations Fire Commissioner Larry Laviolette sincerely thanked Council and Pelham for their generosity and hospitality. As a token of appreciation, Wayne Brown, Deputy Chief Bearskin Lake First Nation, presented Mayor Dave Augustyn and Fire Chief Bob Lymburner with handmade traditional, fur-lined slippers.

Congratulations to Linda ...the lucky winner of our Niagara Networks DRAW PRIZE - a FREE myNiagaraOnline Advertising Package. Meet some of the ‪#‎LocalBiz‬ friends that we got to know a little bit better as we visited the many Exhibitors at the Trade Show held September 30th, 2015 at the Fallsview Casino Ballroom in Niagara Falls.

Mokus is offering students a great deal at lunch - Monday to Friday and it's becoming popular…they are coming in car loads from Crossley :)

$6 total (all taxes in) a 1/4 lb burger all beef, fries & a pop.

 

Last Friday, Town Staff installed a temporary traffic calming measure on Haist Street North (north of Regional Road 20). Shortly after, I drove through and posted a photo on my Facebook pages and other social media. The reactions were immediate and polarized.

 

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