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Did you know that the fight against fraud starts with you? The old saying is true: knowledge is power. Meridian is dedicated to protecting the security of your account.

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The 74th ANNUAL Agricultural Night hosted by the Fonthill Lions Club​. SPEAKER: Michael Jacques AUTHOR OF Can't Read, Can't Write, Here's My Book https://buff.ly/2W76w9z

CFUW Welland and District sponsored March Break author’s presentation, was a big success, at libraries in Port Colborne and Welland and also at Pelham Meridian Community Centre on Tuesday during March Break.

Rebecca Bender Children’s Author and Illustrator presented to eager audiences at all three locations. She involved participants in the illustrating process as well as introducing them to her stories encouraging new readers, writers and artists in the writing process.

Common haircare or hairstyling mistakes I see guys making the most? Not combing, brushing, or styling immediately after a shower. Everyone's got their routine and habits, but one thing to remember is that your hair, once washed, is like a blank canvas. Just like paint starts to dry after applying, so does your hair start to dry and set after showering.

Spring Ballroom Dance Lessons Registration is now OPEN! 

Intermediate Classes - Beyond the Basics: 8:00-9:00PM
No class on April 22 (Easter) & May 20th (Victoria Day)

Wednesdays
Review - of the Foxtrot, Cha Cha & East Coast Swing: 7:00-8:00PM

The Town of Pelham is currently looking for vendors for Pelham Supper Market.  Enjoy offerings from local restaurants, wineries & Breweries and live entertainment each Thursday evening in a beautiful setting in downtown Fonthill.  

Summerfest 2019 is looking for a few great, sponsors!   The generous support of our local businesses and organizations is part of what make Summerfest a great community event and we truly appreciate the contributions that help us to keep this event four FREE days of family fun!

With the spring season upon us, it’s time to throw open the windows, roll up our sleeves, and get cleaning—using common kitchen ingredients and everyday items! Lemon, olive oil, rice and more: when you’re not cooking with them, these items have surprising cleaning superpowers. Even better, using food-based cleaners is an environmentally conscious choice. Here’s some inspiration to get started.

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 613 is initiating an “Honour our Veterans Banner Program” in partnership with the Town of Pelham. This program will be an ongoing legacy program that will pay tribute to all Canadian and Allied veterans and active Service Members. Legion membership by the honouree or the sponsor is not a requirement for participation in the program.

The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is pleased to announce that Beechwood Doughnuts has become a certified living wage employer. Beechwood Doughnuts is Niagara's first and only 100% vegan doughnut shop. Located in the heart of Downtown St. Catharines, Beechwood Doughnuts has proven that plant-based foods can be just as delicious as they are compassionate. They currently employ 10 full time staff and 11 part time staff.

Cabar-EH Youth Theatre is Pelham’s Premier Youth Theatre with over 20 years’ experience in Musical Theatre and 3yrs+ in Pelham, Cabar-EH Youth Theatre continues to produce professional Musical Theatre shows for Youth by Youth in and around the Niagara Region. This year Cabar-EH’s Youth Casts will be performing Junie B Jones the Musical Jr. at the prestigious Ridley College’s Mandeville Theatre in St. Catharines. 

The Town of Pelham has received $125,000 in funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) Climate change staff grants initiative, part of the Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program (MCIP).

And therefore never send to know for whom 
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. ~John Donne

After Citizen of the Year and serial Fundraiser extraordinaire, Frank Adamson, opened his remarks reflecting on this poem by John Donne he turned the tables on his fellow Citizens.

First, he described how Rotary Clubs across the globe had partnered together in 1985 to found The Global Polio Eradication Initiative. This public-private partnership is led by national governments with five partners – the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotary International, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Over the last 30 years they have reduced polio cases by more than 99.9 percent and are nearing the finish line to completely eradicate the disease.

Niagara Region Public Health is investigating a laboratory confirmed case of measles in an adult who acquired their infection while travelling outside Canada.  Any person who visited the following public locations are being asked to watch for signs and symptoms and to ensure their vaccination is up to date as they may have been exposed to measles. 

Book an appointment with one of our tax specialists today. Open Saturdays from 9am-1pm through March and April.

At our Dinner Meeting on March 6 2019 the Fabulous Fenwick Lions had Melissa Wells from the Pelham Minor Baseball Association attend so the Club could present our 2019 donation.

The results from the public survey closing Monday March 4, on the whether the Town should sell or retain a portion of the Haist Street property, are now in.

Brock University and Niagara Health launched a new partnership Friday, March 8 that will increase opportunities to improve the overall health and well-being in our region and beyond. It will place a heightened focus on research that will help people stay healthy, improve both patient outcomes and the way health care is delivered, and create training and employment opportunities for Brock students and graduates.

Do you have unique products or services to offer to the Pelham Community?  Would you like to gain brand exposure at an award winning event that attracts thousands of local residents each year?

Announcement in Brock News THURSDAY, MARCH 07, 2019

Business school increasing accessibility to community services with launch of Goodman Group

To enhance its longstanding relationship with the Niagara community, the Goodman School of Business at Brock University is making community services more accessible through the establishment of Goodman Group.

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