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‘Tis the season for holiday cheer, which means it's the perfect time to get into the spirit by crafting some cute and creative DIY decorations.

Kids love the holidays and creating crafts is a great way to make some beautiful memories as a family.

Check out this great collection of fun and festive ideas you can do together easily at home!

October 2018 ran true to form by ending with a pronounced drop in the major stock market indices. In this article, we try to determine if history can teach us anything about this type of episode.

Don’t know what to get someone for Christmas? Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore has the answer! Throughout December you pay $40 and get a $50 ReStore gift certificate or pay $80 and get a $100 ReStore gift certificate!

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 many, many years and has a long list of satisfied customers!

You can count on Steve for convenient On Site Service Repairs and Troubleshooting

MacLean’s magazine recently published the 100 Top-Rated Charities in Canada list as captured by MoneySense’s Charity 100 and Habitat for Humanity Niagara was recognized as one of Canada’s top-rated charities for 2019. The MoneySense Charity 100 assesses Canadian charities based on two major criteria: finances and transparency and recognizes those that have been identified as being the most transparent and efficient with donations.

Pelham Transit Winter/Fall schedule is out and here is what you should know about it...

An evening filled with fun, while parents finish up their holiday shopping! Kids will make a small gift/crat to take home, play games, have dinner (hot dog, rice krispie and juice box) and watch a movie with popcorn! 

Rotary Club of Fonthill hosted 7 year old Beaver Harry Seppala and his Dad David at a recent breakfast meeting at Lookout Golf Course.  Harry has been a Beaver for 3 years and is working on his North Star Beaver Award, which is the highest award available from Beavers.  One of his projects is raising funds to purchase Christmas food hampers for Pelham Cares. 

Whether you’re cooking turkey, ham or prime rib, a big holiday roast has a knack for taking up the entire oven. So where will all the sides go? Sure, you could move the racks around and make some room to roast potatoes, but there are drawbacks to overcrowding the oven.

You have enough to worry about during the holidays without freaking out about what you’lldo with your hair for office parties and family get-togethers.

Dial-a-Ride is a door-to-door transit service that picks up and drops off anywhere within Pelham boundaries and to the Seaway Mall/Niagara College in Welland.

Opportunity knocks in Fonthill! BUILD YOUR BUSINESS HERE!

Currently used as Doctor's office, 1800 sq. ft of main floor space, huge parking lot. Lease rate is $1650.00 per month plus utilities.

Tenant responsible for all exterior landscaping and snow removal.

Maximum lease term is 3-4 years.

Call Cathy to book viewing 905-988-8283 cathy@Teambb.ca

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From Thursday, Nov. 29 –Sunday, Dec 2 visit the Seaway Mall Community Booth to check out this year's classic car for the Fabulous Fenwick Lions 3rd Annual Classic Car Raffle!

The Town is looking Festive!!!

A big Thank you to Paul Ryan  & Gayle Baltjes-Bazinet and the other volunteers who braved the cold weather to get the job done!!

~Katharine Ryan-Jeffs‎

For the past 20 years or so Paul and Gayle have lead a dedicated group of community-minded elves to “spruce-up” our Town. While the rest of us were sleeping or working, these elves decorated almost every utility pole and light standard in sight using evergreen boughs and red bows.

The Indoor Golf Simulators are now fully up and running for the winter season at Peninsula Lakes Golf Club.

Developing the next generation of leaders is quickly becoming a top issue for many small business owners. How are you developing your future leaders?

Hosting an open house is a wonderful way to entertain during the holidays. Guests can come and go as their schedules allow, hosts can relax and enjoy the celebration, and the whole thing can be planned in a matter of days. With festive appetizers, desserts and drinks taking centre stage, we have a delectable selection of recipes and in-store choices that save you time and stress. Here’s how to bring the flavour to your fête.

uring the summer, we all seem to understand that we need to care for our hair. We know we need to wear sun block, hats and sunglasses. We keep ourselves, and in turn our hair, moisturized. However, when it comes to winter, we tend to forget to care for our hair. We experience the frizz, the static and the dryness, but do we know we can do something about it? Let’s take a look at winter hair care.

Welcoming 24 teams to the Meridian Community Centre this weekend as part of Silver Stick hockey tournament - hosted by Pelham Minor Hockey - the Town of Pelham is offering FREEshuttles from the Old Pelham Arena and Town Hall to help alleviate parking congestion. Shuttles will run from the old Pelham Arena and Town Hall to the MCC at the times listed below. Shuttles are available to everyone using the MCC.

They are unsung heroes. They are dedicated and selfless. They are the heart of Pelham. They are volunteers. Celebrated during the annual Volunteer Appreciation Gala on November 21, at the Meridian Community Centre, volunteers from various groups and committees were acknowledged for their invaluable contribution to the Town of Pelham and its residents. “Each of you – our volunteers, our corporate citizens – give of yourself, without any personal benefit, to help other people and to make Pelham a better place for all,” said Mayor Dave Augustyn. “And, that’s why our theme “Imagine, Believe, Achieve” is so important. First you had to imagine something better, then believed that you could do something about it, and then worked to achieve it.”

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