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Haven’t decided what your doing for New Year’s Eve dinner yet, get on it, we have limited availability.

May the holiday season fill your home with joy, your heart with love and your life with laughter.

Warmest wishes to you and your family. We appreciate the gift of having clients and friends like you who make the success of our business possible.

Wishing you a wonderful New Year filled with inspiring goals, big dreams and much happiness.

All the Best,

John & Cathy

We have a request from a former local resident who now lives in B.C. to share photos of the Pelham Christmas light displays.

Here are the photos of the winners from the Town's website. We would ❤️ for you to take photos when you go on the Christmas Light Tour and submit them via info@myPelham.com! Thank you.

Winner's details and tour maps can be found at pelham.ca/christmas.

This fun packed camp includes face painting, a reptile show, skating and a visit from Pelham's own fire department just to mention a few of the exciting things.  Lots of indoor and outdoor games and crafts will round out our days!  Our camp maintains a 7:1 camper to staff ratio and all leaders are trained in Standard First Aid and are High Five certified.

The search is on for Pelham’s outstanding citizen! Fonthill and District Kinsmen are accepting Nominations for their annual  Pelham citizen of the year award 2017

​Garbage, Blue Box, Grey Box, and Green Bin collection will be changed by one day in the week following Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

 

This year, the Foundation was pleased to support great causes in celebration of Canada 150. One of those great causes was The Welland Canal Play by Essential Collective Theatre. Directed by Monica Dufault and with a new script by St. Catharines resident Kevin Hobbs and original music by Landon Doak, The Welland Canal Play is a theatre production about the history of the Canal. The play was presented at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in St. Catharines from October 12 to 22, 2017, and subsequently toured around the Niagara region from October 24 to 29. The talented cast of six actors each played many characters, sang and performed live acoustic music in this epic piece that spanned 200 years of the canal's development and impact on the Niagara Region.

Questions related to allegations of fraud, misconduct, misrepresentation, or wrongdoing have been answered and proven false through an exhaustive 100-page final report by KPMG. As a result, Pelham Town Council determined there is no need for an additional public meeting. Questions and concerns regarding other Town business will continue to be answered through usual channels. Since March 2017, Pelham Council and staff have provided documentation (330+ page response document), held meetings (evening with the experts), and complied with a financial investigation (KPMG audit) in response to initial allegations by a member of Niagara Regional Council.

Peace and joy to you and your family this holiday season. Salon Allegra wants to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! 

Star Tile Carpet One confirms wine as the #1 feared carpet stain during the holidays by homeowners in a recent survey. In addition to the nearly 40% of homeowners that selected wine as their most-feared stain, survey results indicated candle wax to also be a leading cause of concern. To help customers combat these two holiday staples, Star Tile Carpet One is taking from their Stain First Aid app to share simple, step-by-step cleaning techniques for the two most-dreaded holiday stains.

New Year’s resolutions are easy to declare but often much harder to actually keep. This year, for a resolution with real significance, why don’t you try committing to improving your personal finances? It might help you stay on target toward key goals, such as a comfortable retirement. Here are four ideas you might want to consider...

Last Thursday, the construction of the new Pelham Community Centre (PCC) passed another milestone – the “Big Pour.” You see, the Big Pour was when Ball Construction oversaw workers using a concrete pump truck and special laser leveling and polishing machines to continuously pour, level and smooth the floor of the Accipiter Arena in the PCC. The set-up began weeks ago when workers smoothed sand across the leveled and prepared ground. Then, they weaved black heating pipe on top of the sand, and covered that with more sand. That heating pipe will circulate excess heat from the Ecco-Chiller ice machine along the ground to stop the build-up of permafrost.

Make some waves this Holiday season with Benny the Blue Whale Scentsy’s newest Buddy. Benny has a huge heart and can’t wait to share big hugs and cozy cuddles. Choose from a wide selection of Scentsy Scent Paks to fit in Benny’s mouth. Benny is in swim for a limited time. Befriend him while supplies last. Ask about free shipping when you mention this ad. 

HO1 HO! HO! A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from your friends at CCM.

A great selection of money saving specials are available each and every week at Country Corner Market. Have them sent right to your inbox by signing up for their Weekly newsletter!

Learn the East Coast Swing and the Fox Trot at the 2018 Winter Ballroom Dance Lessons! Open to all ages. Couples or singles welcome. No experience is required. There will be sessions on Monday and Wednesday evenings starting January 8th .

A four-layer holiday extravaganza, this eye-catching cake combines tart seasonal cranberries, whipped cream and rich dark chocolate goodness.

Adults at any age (18+) can start skating with this program which is geared towards learning, or improving on, the basics of skating. Participants will be introduced to various skills involving moving forward and backward, gliding, stopping, turning and developing endurance. If you are interested in building your fundamentals or just want to learn to skate recreationally, Adult Learn to Skate is for you!

She shoots...she scores! Both beginner and intermediate females wanting to learn the sport of hockey, drop by the Pelham Arena for Women's Learn to Play Hockey. Expect to have plenty of fun and get lots of exercise while learning the skills of this amazing sport!

On October 29th, Notre Dame College School held its 42nd annual Pilgrimage for the Developing World.  A total of $41,150 was raised.  Funds were directed to 3 organizations and presented at the school’s Advent Mass on Tuesday December 12th.  

The Niagara Funders' Alliance is a partnership of private, public and corporate sector funders who work collaboratively for the well-being of the community by sharing knowledge and information related to community resources, needs, priorities and trends. We are pleased to invite you to sector- specific Funders' Round Table Sessions. These sessions will be hosted by multiple funders and will provide you information regarding their funding priorities, how to apply, etc. There is no cost, but you must register for each session you wish to attend.

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