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The James L Pedlar Funeral Home sends out a big thank you to everyone that dropped off Glasses for their collection last month! They managed to package and donate 32 pairs of glasses to those in need through the Fonthill Lions Club!

Thereʼs a shampoo for every hair type out there, whether itʼs volume, hydration, shine, frizzy whatever; you want ;thereʼs a shampoo bottle that says itʼll do it. But then there are others whose purposes are less clear?
What is clarifying shampoo" Do we really need it?"

From juggling work agendas to getting the kids ready, it can be tempting to skip breakfast on hectic mornings. But think twice before ditching this important meal. “Breakfast gives our bodies and minds energy to start the day,” says registered dietitian Kristy Hogger. “By skipping breakfast, we may also skip important nutritional benefits.”

Niagara at the Toronto International Bicycle Show

This weekend Niagara Region along with our partners from Venture Niagara, Niagara Parks and the Niagara Cycling Tourism Centre will be participating in the Toronto International Bicycle Show March 2-4, 2018. The show will enable us to showcase the many great cycling opportunities and hospitality options available in our region for residents and visitors alike.

Again for 2018, Larry and Aaron Boggio of Boggio Family Pharmacy presented a cheque to the Rotary Club of Fonthill Niagara Mudfest Challenge organizers, Frank Adamson and Paul Allen. While there, Frank (who is also a Wellspring Niagara Board member) presented a Wellspring Niagara certificate of appreciation to Boggio's for their continued generous support of Wellspring.
 

Members of the Fonthill Lions are now pre-selling tickets for their Annual Ham Raffle happening on March 17th. Tickets at $2 each or 3 for $5.

All proceeds go to Lions community service.

Locally, the Fonthill Lions Support:

Earlybird Savings at Mudfest 2018! Wanna have fun, get fit and save cash all at the same time? Pelham’s very own Mudfest challenge will be held at Bissell’s Hideaway on Saturday, May 5th.

Having been in the Financial Services industry for several years now, I have found it’s the people that make it all worthwhile. I always enjoy meeting with our members to learn about their financial dreams and aspirations, and working with them personally to develop a strategy to reach them. 

The holiday season is here—which means many Canadians are planning to travel somewhere warmer. You may be looking forward to “getting away from it all,” but, as you know, vacations actually require a fair amount of planning. And it might surprise you to learn that some of the efforts required for successful vacations can impart some valuable lessons in other areas of your life — such as investing.

Last chance to order from the Fall/Winter 2017 catalog! Stock up while you can for 10% off and free shipping until the end of February. 

The members of Pelham Town Council celebrate the announcement that, to date, the $3 million fundraising campaign for the new Pelham Community Centre had hit the half-way point with a total of $1.5 million raised. – Steve Henschel/Metroland While the debate may continue over Pelham’s financial state, and the construction of its new community centre, fundraising for the project is right on schedule.

If you pay your property taxes by installments, you will know that your first installment of your 2018 property tax bill comes due on Wednesday. With this deadline, I thought I would provide an update about Council’s recent budget approval. Council recently approved the Town’s 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets. The new budget translates into an increase of approximately 3.5% (or about $55) on the Pelham portion of your property tax bill for the average residential property (assessed at $328,138).

Team Berkhout Bosse offers a FAST & FREE Online Evaluation service.

Our report includes a value range estimate and the sales history of sold properties in your neighbourhood.

The Pelham Art Festival Show and Sale, the Premiere Southern Ontario Spring Art Festival held at the Pelham Arena in Fonthill Ontario is a must for art lovers, a show and sale of prestigious original fine art by artists and artisans who collectively present thousands of choices in a vibrant array of style, medium and message.

 

I get asked a lot of questions about hair but probably the most frequent one is how my clients can style hair the same way I style it in the salon, It takes a few years and a few classes but here’s what I have figured out:

Brock Students Representing Niagara in National Science Competition – YouTube Views Needed to Advance to Final Round!

Tracy Greening and her assistant, Alyssa Poulin-Combdon, had a table representing the Pelham Art Association at the Pelham Family Day-Community Expo, with the painting activities for the young ones
 
 "We all had a wonderful and colourful experience and each piece of art that went home were signed by the young talented artists themselves! "

 

myPelham.com followed along at the Family Day Pelham Community EXPO as Katrina along with her Mom, Jenny Crumb visited all the community groups promoting their programs and services.

As they stopped at each of the various information tables they discovered the answers to the list of questions on their Scavenger Hunt Game card. After they were done their completed questionnaire was entered into a draw for $25 in Pelham Bucks.

Habitat for Humanity Niagara is celebrating 25 years of working in the Niagara community with the construction of a multi-home build and they’re looking for teams to participate in helping to build these homes!

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