This week, Councillors Accursi, Durley, King, Papp and Rybiak and I will attend the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Conference in Niagara Falls. The annual three-day conference offers a range of learning sessions and networking opportunities and organizers expect more than 1,600 delegates!
We've changed our logo to reflect our focus on Heating and Air Conditioning products. While we still can perform minor plumbing repairs to support our dedicated customers, our growth over the past few years has been in the HVAC marketplace.
Our commitment to providing quality products and superior service has made us one of Ontario's largest Rheem dealers with over 300 HVAC system installs in the past year alone.
Have you been to the Cat Adoption Center at the Seaway Mall yet? If you haven’t, drop by for a few minutes….you might just find a great new friend. Est-ce que vous avez eu la chance d’aller au Centre d’Adoption des Chats au Seaway Mall ? Sinon, passez par là pour quelques minutes…..il se peut que vous trouverez un(e) nouvel(le) ami (e).
Leadership Niagara is now accepting Non-for-profit project applications. Each year the Leadership Niagara class is split up in groups of 4 to 7 leaders. Each group is paired up with a local non for profit to work together to improve or develop an initiative of by that NFP.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote that “Since there are currently no Federal or Provincial grants available [for a potential new community centre], the Town will continue to lobby for a policy change and for funding.” Now, I am asking for your help with this effort.
The Buckner's PeeWee Panthers faced off against Niagara Falls 3 in playoff action. The Panthers pitchers Ben Shirton, James Nero and Nicholas Fraraccio allowed 7 hits while striking out 8. The offense was strong with Owen Miller, Ethan Engel Josh Penachetti on base in each of their at bats. Defensively the Panthers were led by Jacob Shirton behind the plate, Aiden Belding and Anthony Battista up the middle and Jonah Lohr and Jack Dodd in the outfield. The final score was a 12-7 win for the Panthers who continue their playoff quest this week.
The Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reported 733 property sales processed through the NAR Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) system in July. This represents a 1.24% increase in sales over July of last year.
The residential average sale price of $275,667 was 6.9% higher than last July. The average days on market decreased from 60 to 49 in the residential freehold market, and decreased from 98 to 95 in the condominium market.
'Everything was alright' at the Merritt Park Amphitheatre in Welland last Friday evening as World Beat Music Night opened with special guests from Ecuador The Imbayakunas playing tradition Ecuadorian Roots Music...
Next JUNO Award Winner LAZO and his band featuring Bassist, Gary Lowe of BIG SUGAR took the stage performing The Music of Bob Marley Celebration. "One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain."~Bob Marley"
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The first phase of the World War I Cenotaph restoration, located outside Old Pelham Town Hall, is complete. It included the restoration of all the original lead letters—take a look. The next phase is scheduled for September and includes landscaping. A grand opening ceremony is planned for October.
Write 2 the Point continues with its spotlight on the Welland Museum. We’ve already covered the exhibits at the Museum, now let’s talk about how you can get involved….there are many ways! The following information was taken from www.wellandmuseum.ca/support-us.
Le Musée de Welland : Participez ! Write 2 the Point continue à mettre en lumière le Musée de Welland. Nous avons déjà discuté des expositions au Musée, maintenant, discutons comment vous pouvez participer….il y a plusieurs façons ! L’information suivante a été prise de www.wellandmuseum.ca/support-us.
Promising to be a wonderful afternoon...with fashions from Cuzinz, 270 West & Tangled Yoga Classes & Activewear, great food, and many great prizes. Tickets ($45 each) are now available by contacting Tracy Holmwood at email@example.com or 905-688-9224 or Pelham Cares at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-892-5300.
The Niagara Symphony Orchestra (NSO) is pleased to announce CIBC as itsMulti-Year Season Sponsor, committing $150,000 to support the NSO’s next three concert seasons being presented at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. On October 31, 2015 the NSO will move to its new home in the new FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in downtown St Catharines. Thanks to CIBC’s investment, the NSO will expand its five-concert Masterworks series to seven-concerts, focusing on repertoire that enriches the musicians and builds a Saturday night Classical audience for the 2016-2017 season.
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The Pelham Midget team, sponsored by Boggio and Parton Fonthill Pharmacy, closed out their regular season and opened their playoffs with 2 strong games. In their final July regular season game, Pelham came from behind to defeat Niagara Falls 11-10, with timely hits by Bantam call up players Jake Nunn, Josh Stuart, David Papineau, and the game-winning RBI drive by Charlie Devries, who had 3 hits on the night.