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By Patricia Leboeuf
Petawawa Post
The Royal Canadian
Legion Branch 517 Petawawa launched its annual
Poppy Campaign this year
on Oct. 31.
Traditionally, the campaign starts on the last Friday of October.
Members,
however,
aren’t concerned that the
end-of-the-month start date
means the campaign will be
a few days shorter this year,
as community generosity is
always strong, said Poppy
Campaign chairman Bob
Lescombe.
“Not just the military,
but civilians in the Town (of
Petawawa) are very supportive,” he noted.
The funds go locally
into the Poppy Trust Fund,
money that can only be
used to support veterans,
their families, and community projects that will improve their quality of life.
There are no set projects for
this year’s campaign.
“We have to wait, of
course, to see how the
Poppy Campaign goes and
how much money we are
going to have at the end
of the campaign before we
can decide what we are going to use it on,” said Lescombe. “We don’t set any
goals because ... it’s what
people want to donate.”
As well as poppies, the
Legion is also selling wrist-
bands. These can be worn
all year long.
“These are really going well,” said Hahn. “Last
year, we had 200 and they
sold out in a few days.”
Through Poppy Fund
donations, the Legion provides financial assistance to
500
$
serving and former Canadian Armed Forces members
and their families who are
in financial distress. Grants
are available for necessities including food, heating
costs, clothing, prescription
medication, and essential
home repairs. Comforts for
veterans and their surviving spouses who are hospitalized and in need may
also be provided.
“A lot of times (veterans) are forgotten about,”
said Lescombe. “It’s our job
that they are not forgotten,
and get the help that they
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 517 Petawawa President Helene Hahn holds a box of poppies before
the new cenotaph. The yearly Poppy Campaign began on Oct. 31. (Photo by Patricia Leboeuf)
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need. Not just the veteran,
but their family as well.”
A veteran himself, Lescombe said he loves seeing individuals wearing the
bright red poppy, a symbol
of remembrance since 1921.
“It makes me very happy to see people supporting
the veterans; that was the
purpose of making the poppy,” he added. “So when
veterans see people wearing the poppy, they know
that these people support
them and care for them.”
As the chairman of
the Poppy Campaign, Lescombe is also given the responsibility of planning the
Remembrance Day details.
This year, several people
stepped up and offered
their volunteer services, for
which he is very grateful.
Typically up to 1,000
people show up for the annual Remembrance day ceremony in Petawawa.
The new cenotaph, unveiled in August, allows for
more people to comfortably
attend the service.
“Our cenotaph would
arguably be one of the nicest in Canada,” said Hahn.
“There has been a lot of
people commenting and
saying that it’s really nice.
I love looking at it at night
when the lights shine on it.”
The Poppy Campaign
culminates on Nov. 11.
See details of Petawawa
and Pembroke
ceremonies on page 3.
Page 2, Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014
Remembrance Day Message from the
Garrison Petawawa Commander
and Formation Sergeant Major
Each year on the 11th day of the 11th
month and on the 11th hour, Canadians
gather in sombre silence to reflect. We
remember the thousands of Canadian
soldiers, sailors, aircrew and merchant
seaman who died in two World Wars.
We remember the more than 500 soldiers
who fell while serving in Korea. We remember more than 100 soldiers who
died on peace support missions since
1945 and we remember the 158 soldiers
and three civilians we lost in recent years
in Afghanistan.
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Let us observe a moment of silence on Remembrance Day.
11th we will reflect deeply on the loss of
two new soldiers. We will honour and
remember Corporal Nathan Cirillo who
was shot dead on Parliament Hill while
standing guard at the National War Memorial and over the Unknown Soldier’s
grave and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent who died after being hit in a parking lot in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. These
soldiers have now joined the ranks of so
many Canadians who have gone before
them, having given all in the service of
their country.
We at Garrison Petawawa know all
too well how significant this day is and
we will embrace this day of remembrance with the same courage, commitment and honour we always have. As
Garrison Petawawa soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen, we will persevere,
taking strength from the legacy of our
brothers and sisters who have gone before us. We will pay tribute to our lost
comrades and stand proud alongside
their families, our honoured veterans
and our communities.
As has been the practice for the past
several years, the soldiers, sailors, air-
Photo: DND
men and airwomen of Garrison Petawawa will join our communities in
the Ottawa Valley for Veterans Week
activities. We look forward to the opportunity to share our stories and listen to the stories of our veterans. It is a
time for us to reflect, to say thank you
and to reach out to the communities
that support us.
Col Marc Gagné
Garrison Petawawa Comd
CWO Bill Richards
Garrison Petawawa FSM
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 3
Remembrance Day Message from the Brigade Commander
Remembrance Day is
always a solemn occasion
where we take the time to
reflect on those fine men
and women who have
made the ultimate sacrifice defending Canada’s
interests and projecting
its values. This year, the
recent murders of Warrant Officer Vincent and
Corporal Cirillo will un-
doubtedly weigh heavily on many of us, and so
they should. These men
appear to have been targeted because they stood
as symbols of all that we
cherish as Canadians.
Notwithstanding the
tragic events in Saint-Jean
and Ottawa, we must also
be sure to pay our proper
respects to those who
To all the brave
men and women
who have served,
and continue to
serve, we thank you
for your service
and sacrifice.
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Lest we forget.
Remember those who paid for our freedom.
have fallen in our country’s previous conflicts.
To that end, I would ask
that you reflect on the
nearly 65,000 Canadians
who died during the First
World War on the battlefields of Vimy Ridge, the
Somme, Passchendaele
and Ypres. We should
also remember the 44,000
Canadians lost during
the Second World War
in the Battle of the Atlantic, the Battle of Britain,
Normandy, Dieppe and
throughout Italy, North
Africa and Hong Kong.
Let us not forget the 500
brave Canadians who
gave their lives in Korea,
or the 100 soldiers we lost
in numerous peacekeeping missions. Let us also
pause in remembrance of
our 158 soldiers and three
civilians who made the
ultimate sacrifice during
Canada’s campaign in Afghanistan.
Finally, I would ask
that in remembering the
many sacrifices made, we
also celebrate what they
have fought and died for.
This year, as we gather together on Remembrance
Day, let’s be sure to stand
especially tall in our uniforms, and show our fellow Canadians that Warrant Officer Vincent and
Corporal Cirillo and the
countless others before
them did not die in vain.
Let’s be sure to send a
clear message to all those
who think that we can be
easily intimidated. Lest
we forget.
Colonel Peter Dawe
Commander,
2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group
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Healthier meal selections now at Normandy Court
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To promote optimal
health and nutrition, Canadian Armed Forces’ mess
halls across Canada will be
offering new healthier additions to their menu.
Normandy Court unveiled its new options on
Nov. 3, which include vegetarian entrees and meals
that are lower in calories,
sodium and fat, and higher
in nutrition. Orange and
dark green vegetables will
also be offered at lunch and
dinner to coincide with dietician’s recommendations.
The new menu is a
partnership with Health
Promotion, which looks to
support a healthier lifestyle
and educate people on nutritional wellness within
the Forces.
“I think it’s a step in the
right direction, right now,”
said Master Warrant Officer Chris Parker. “I think
the Forces need to do something like this on a whole to
ensure that we are meeting
the needs of the troops.”
While visiting Borden,
MWO Parker was given the
chance to try out some of
these alternative meals and
was pleasantly surprised at
how delicious everything
was.
“There is a vegetarian
Shepherd’s pie that you
would think was regular
Shepherd’s pie and you’d
probably think it’s the best
Shepherd’s pie you’ve ever
Starting on Nov. 3, mess halls across the nation began offering healthier choices. Creating the
menu took a large team including, from left, Captain Steve Beaulieu, Master Corporal Bonnie Von
Dungern, Sergeant Robert Lafroy, Master Corporal Stephane Desjardins, Sergeant Bryan Leblanc,
Warrant Officer Jean-Guy Lipp, Corporal Stephane Potvin, Master Warrant Officer Chris Parker
and Health Promotion Manager Lucie Martin. (Photo by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
eaten,” he said.
These healthy menus
will be cycled, offering different choices every day.
They are also standardized
across the nation from CFB
Esquimalt to CFB Halifax.
The meals have been
tailored not only to be delicious, but to be visually
appealing as well and use
a host of specialized ingredients. MWO Parker trusts
that the cooks in Petawawa
are up to the challenge.
“We have a lot younger
guys here that are keen on
things like that,” MWO
Parker said. “What we are
preaching to them here is
that it may be the same
style of cooking in every
kitchen because the menus
and recipes are all the same,
but you have to put your
flair on it and how you
present it to the diner.”
Diners will still be able
to choose from some of the
more traditional entrees if
they so choose. The healthy
meals are just an addition
to the menu to give people
the option to make a better
nutritional choice.
“Some of the vegetarian
choices and healthy choices are going quicker than
the old standbys because
they look better when you
put them on a plate,” said
MWO Parker.
Though the mandate is
to feed Canadian Armed
Forces members, civilians
are also invited to try the
new menu at Normandy
Court.
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Petawawa.
Sincerely,
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errands for a single trip, take ploughed roadways and
inflate your tires properly. All of these things cut your fuel
bill and reduce your emissions.
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Pembroke Regional Hospital awards MRI construction contract
PEMBROKE
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bringing an MRI to the
region with the announcement that following a
competitive tender pro-
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Construction on this important project which is scheduled to begin on November
10th and based on the 45week timeline for construction will put us in line for a
September 2015 opening.”
said Hospital President and
CEO Pierre Noel.
“The momentum in
our community for this
project continues to be
strong and we are nearing
the end of our MRI fundraising campaign with approximately $4 million of
the required $4.5 million
now raised by our Foundation,” Noel said.
No stranger to projects
in the healthcare industry, Bradford Construction has over 19 years of
experience in construction and construction
management, particularly
in the healthcare field at
hospitals including the
Queensway-Carleton,
The Ottawa Hospital and
the University of Ottawa
Heart Institute. Bradford
has been involved in more
than 130 hospital projects
over the years, including
similar installations of
MRIs. Several local subcontractors will be working on this project with
Bradford, including Eastway Construction and
Harrington Mechanical.
The construction to
house the MRI will be
taking place at the rear
of the hospital, adjacent
to the existing Diagnostic Imaging department
and neighbouring the CT
suite.
Other than the construction traffic in the
area, Noel said there is not
likely to be any significant
public impact. However,
the hospital will be working closely with its immediate neighbours to make
them aware of the project
and to minimize any possible disruptions.
“This is a very exciting
milestone in the process of
bringing an MRI closer to
home,” concluded Noel.
Students learn about the 3-Rs
during Waste Reduction Week
Oct. 20-27 was Waste Reduction Week in Canada, and representatives from the Ottawa Valley
Waste Recovery Centre visited various locations in the Petawawa/Pembroke area to promote the
importance of waste reduction through participation in local recycling, composting and other waste
diversion programs. OVWRC Communications Officer Elizabeth Graham, pictured above holding a creative way of reusing Kool Aid Jammer packages, was at Pine View Public School on Oct.
23, and an information booth was also set up at the Pembroke Mall on Oct 22 and 24. In addition,
the OVWRC posted daily updates on Facebook and Twitter reminding residents to reduce waste
at home, school, work and play. Reduction Week in Canada is based on the theme “Too Good to
Waste” and uses an educational campaign developed and delivered by a coalition of 13 different
recycling councils and organizations from across Canada that aims to build awareness for the need
to reduce consumption, choose more environmentally responsible products, throw less away and
conserve resources. (Photo by Lisa Brazeau, Petawawa Post)
SISIP MONEY MANAGEMENT COURSE
SISIP will be delivering a general financial course to military members and their
spouses in order to assist them in managing their personal finances and prevent financial difficulty.
This course is designed to assist in learning new money management skills and/
or enhancing existing skills. This course will be delivered on 6 November 2014 and on
13 November from 0900 – 1500 hrs.
It is offered at no cost and location will be the 2 RCHA Theatre (P-115). Spouses
are welcome to attend. Please note that childcare will not be provided.
Interested members and/or spouses can contact the SISIP (Petawawa) Office at
(613) 687-0025 and Ms Lynn Belley, the SISIP Petawawa Administrative Assistant, will
be taking registrations.
It would be appreciated if interested members and/or spouses register prior to
the course dates.
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 7
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Royal Bank of Canada presents $5,000 cheque to Renfrew County United Way
By Patricia Leboeuf
Petawawa Post
The Renfrew County United Way is
closer to its goal of $400,000 after receiving a
$5,000 cheque from the Pembroke branch of
the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC).
“I’m pleased to say that we are at 10 per
cent of (our) goal right now,” said Renfrew
County United Way Executive Director
Gail Logan.
She was delighted that her organization
was chosen by RBC as the United Way can
do many things with that much money. Some
groups in the regions require only a small financial boost to better the community.
RBC has been a strong supporter of
United Way for several years.
“We love to be engaged with our communities,” RBC Regional Vice-President
Glen Kelsey said. “We love to support them
and this is such a fantastic cause.”
“It is something that stands true for our
values at RBC,” he added. “We’ve been donating to causes like the United Way for a
very long time. I’ve been with the company
for close to 37 years and it is certainly something that I’ve enjoyed being a part of at many
different levels, in many different ways.
The funds were raised over the past
year through an employee campaign as
well as a corporate donation.
“We are working on next years (donation) as we go forward,” said Kelsey.
(Left) The Pembroke branch of the Royal Bank of Canada gave $5,000 to the Renfrew County
United Way on Oct. 28. Attending the cheque presentation are, from left, RBC regional vicepresident Glen Kelsey, Pembroke RBC manager Pam Etmanskie, manager of client care Brigitte
Blais, executive director of United Way Gail Logan, client care advisor Cathy Rossi and Renfrew
County Warden Peter Emon. (Photo by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
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The Ottawa Valley Business Network held its first barbecue charity fundraiser on Oct. 31, donating
proceeds to the Renfrew County Child Poverty Action Network (CPAN). Trick or treaters and their
parents could feast on a tasty meal before hitting the streets. Held in the parking lot of Furniture
King, the group of business people sold hot dogs, hamburgers, juice and pop for $1 each. Getting
the celebration started while raising funds for a local charity are, from left, founder of It’s For Your
Life Jane Wood, CNR Bookkeeping owner Andrea Hoffman, Kevin Leclair of Santa Fe Restaurant,
Ottawa Valley Business Network president Jaco Bolle and Cyndi Teather from Algonquin Sewing
Centre. In front is CPAN Coordinator Lyn Smith. (Photo by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
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RCCDSB announces vice-principal appointments
The Renfrew County
Catholic District School
Board (RCCDSB) is pleased
to announce the appointment of staff members to
vice-principal positions at
area schools.
Following the redeployment of Derek Lennox to the position of viceprincipal at St. Joseph’s
Catholic Elementary School
in Arnprior, Tony Jacyno
has moved into the position of Vice-Principal at
St. Joseph’s Catholic High
School in Renfrew. Meanwhile, Julie Huckabone has
replaced Jacyno as Acting
Vice-Principal at Bishop
Smith Catholic High School
in Pembroke, and Katherine
McLaughlin has replaced
Huckabone as Acting VicePrincipal at Our Lady of
Sorrows Catholic Elementary School in Petawawa.
“I’m very pleased with
these appointments,” said
Director of Education Michele Arbour. “I am confident each of these staff
members has the necessary
qualifications and experience to ensure an effective
and faith-based educational
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Board Chair Bob Michaud agreed, adding that
“all of these vice-principals
are strong leaders with proven expertise and knowledge
to support student achievement and engagement in our
school system.”
Tony Jacyno taught
Religious Education and
Social Sciences from 2001
to 2013 at Bishop Smith
High School before be-
coming Bishop Smith’s
vice-principal. He earned
both his Honours B.A.
and Bachelor of Education
from Nipissing University
in North Bay. Additional
qualifications include Religious Education I, II, and
III, and Principal’s Qualification I and II. Jacyno’s recent school-related leadership involvement includes
the Principal’s Designate,
Best Professional Practices
Committee lead, Ontario
English Catholic Teachers
Association (OECTA) representative, and pastoral
music team.
Julie Huckabone began
working at RCCDSB in
1997, as a Communication
Disorders Facilitator, after
graduating from Carleton
University. She received
her Bachelor of Education
in 2007 and Special Education qualifications in 2009.
She served as Safe Schools
Coordinator for RCCDSB in
2013, as well as vice-princi-
pal at Our Lady of Sorrows.
Katherine McLaughlin
earned her B.A. in Second
Language Teaching from
the University of Ottawa
in 1998 and her Bachelor
of Education from Queen’s
University in 1999. She has
specialties in both Religious
Education and Special Education. After spending her
first teaching year at St. Anthony’s in Chalk River, she
moved to Our Lady of Sorrows in Petawawa, where
she has taught for the past
12 years.
Ex SKILLED SUSTAINER - Nov. 12-27, 2014
GARRISON PETAWAWA, ONT.
–Soldiers from 2 Service Battalion
(2 Svc Bn), a unit within 2 Canadian
Mechanized Brigade Group from Garrison Petawawa will be conducting an
exercise in the communities of Norwood, Beeton and Bancroft, Ontario
from November 12, 2014 to November
27, 2014.
Each Fall, the soldiers from 2 Svc
Bn conduct a unit level exercise to test
their ability to deploy their equipment and work on different skills that
would be required for both domestic
and international operations. Exercise Skilled Sustainer will enable the
soldiers of 2 Svc Bn to set up their
equipment in an urban/rural environment on the outskirts of different
communities.
“This Exercise will provide the
soldiers of 2 Svc Bn with an excellent
learning opportunity that will allow
them to take their skills out into the
community,” said Lieutenant-Colonel
Carla Harding, Commanding Officer 2
Svc Bn. “For this reason we will establish visitor tents at each of the towns
and the public is more than welcome to
come out and visit. We are also willing
to arrange tours of our set up.”
In each community, the soldiers
will be practicing various drills and
it will be common to see vehicle convoys or soldiers on foot patrol traveling through the community. All soldiers will be carrying their weapons
but there will be no live ammunition.
The majority of the vehicles exercised
will consist of up to 16 ton military
pattern logistics vehicles with a small
number of armoured vehicles.
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to take a moment to thank
and honour the soldiers,
past and present who
have so bravely fought
for our Freedom.
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“Thank you, to the residents
of Petawawa who supported me
at the polls on Oct. 27th.
I will always keep the best interests
of Petawawa at the forefront
of my thoughts.”
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Remembrance Day and Always.
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Petawawa council briefs
By Patricia Leboeuf
Petawawa Post
2015 JUNE CALLWOOD OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR
VOLUNTEERISM - The call has gone out
in Petawawa for the 2015 June Callwood
Outstanding Achievement Award for Volunteerism in Ontario.
Nominations for this award are currently open to Ontario residents and the
deadline to nominate a group or individual
is Dec. 5, 2014.
This award will be honouring up to 20
people and organizations for their commitment, hard work and years of service. It recognizes volunteers across the province that
have demonstrated innovation, leadership
and creativity in helping their community.
To make a nomination, visit www.ontario.ca/honoursandawards or call 416314-7526 for more information.
NEW DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
BYLAW - Petawawa council has approved a
bylaw which allows the town to enter into an
development agreement with Metro.
The grocery store is slated to be built on
Petawawa Boulevard. A start time for construction has not been decided yet.
“It’s moving ahead is all I can say,” said
Mayor Bob Sweet during the Nov. 3 council
meeting. “Slowly, but we are going to get
there eventually.”
According to the Mayor, there have
been several challenges in bringing this
project forward, but his staff are working
hard to pave the path to bring the new
business to town.
“I know that they are working on it to
move it ahead,” said Sweet. “We’ll get that
shovel in the ground sooner rather than later.”
OTTAWA VALLEY WASTE RECOVERY
CENTRE BUDGET CONCERNS - The
Ottawa Valley Waste Recovery Centre has
had some concerns over its budget and has
had to cut down on personnel.
“With incoming tonnages down, the revenues are down because we aren’t bringing
in the materials,” said Petawawa Deputy
Mayor Tom Mohns during the Nov. 3 council
meeting. “The actual recyclable tonnages are
down, plus the rates we are getting for the recyclables are down. So, we have to take some
measures to make sure the budget is in line
coming near the year’s end.”
According to Mohns, the centre has
tightened its belt.
To help mitigate some future financial challenges, the centre will purchase
25 acres of property surrounding the area
on Jan. 1 for $25,000. This decision won’t
have any impact on the longevity of the actual site, but will ultimately save the centre
money on cover material.
“Basically, the reason for that is that it
will be available for us to haul some of the
fill from there and use that as cover material and cut down on future costs in years
to come,” said Mohns. “So, I think it is a
good investment for us at the time. We’ll do
that beginning on Jan. 1 of the New Year.”
As such, it will be part of the 2015 budget.
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Pembroke Regional Hospital welcomes third Obstetrician/Gynaecologist
PEMBROKE – The
Pembroke Regional Hospital is excited to announce
that Ottawa Valley native
Dr. Sarah Leavey has returned home to join the
Hospital’s medical staff
and begin her practice as
the community’s third obstetrician/gynaecologist.
“We are very happy
to welcome Dr. Leavey
who joins Dr. Siddhartha
Mukherjee and Dr. Ashraf
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Yacoub in bringing our facility to a full complement
of obstetricians/gynaecologists,” said Pierre Noel, Hospital President and CEO.
Dr. Leavey, whose parents worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources,
grew up in Ontario on the
border of Algonquin Park,
before moving to the Pembroke area when she was
eight where she attended
Our Lady of Sorrows elementary school and Bishop Smith Catholic High
School.
While many of her
early summer jobs were
based at or related to provincial parks and natural
resources, Dr. Leavey said
she had a strong interest
in science which led her to
earn a Bachelor of Science,
with Honours in Biomedical Science at the University
of Guelph.
It was during her time
in undergraduate studies that she decided upon
a career in medicine and
while she first explored the
option of family medicine,
she soon realized she had a
greater interest in women’s
health so opted to pursue a
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those who
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The PRH welcomes Dr. Sarah Leavey, its third obstetrician, gynaecologist. (Submitted photo)
specialty in obstetrics and
gynaecology.
“Obstetrics tends to
be such a positive profession. You get to be part of
many joyful and memorable moments with women and their families and
that’s something you don’t
take lightly or forget,” Dr.
Leavey said.
Part of the appeal of
this specialty, she said, is
the variety as well as the
opportunity to do minimally invasive surgical
procedures, something she
took a real interest in during residency training at
Western University.
“I like being able to relate to my patients and I
enjoy being able to help
women of all ages with
gynaecological issues they
may be having.”
Dr. Leavey began seeing
patients in early September and is looking forward
to receiving referrals from
family physicians for women in need of obstetrical or
gynaecological care.
She is also looking forward to settling back into
the community after 13
years of absence.
“My parents, sisters
and their families all live in
the area so I’m very happy
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to be home and I enjoy the
outdoors so I’m looking forward to spending time enjoying rural life in the Ottawa Valley,” Dr. Leavey said.
She said she’s very
pleased to be working as
part of the obstetrical team
with Dr. Mukherjee and Dr.
Yacoub and will be sharing
call with them as part of
this.
“Overall I feel really
privileged to be able to
come home and support,
through my profession, the
community I grew up in –
it’s really an opportunity to
give back,” she said.
And PRH Chief of Staff
Dr. Michael Ferri called Dr.
Leavey a welcome addition
to the medical community.
“She is very warm, friendly, and brings with her a
great deal of expertise. We
are very pleased that she
has joined our team of obstetric and gynaecological
experts to provide good
gynaecological care, to assist women during their
pregnancies and provide
safe deliveries for their babies,” Dr. Ferri said.
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 13
Carbon Monoxide Alarms now required in homes
PETAWAWA - The firstever Carbon Monoxide
Awareness Week is November 1-7, 2014. Ontario law
now requires carbon monoxide alarms be installed in all
homes and other residential
buildings where there is a
carbon monoxide risk.
Ontario’s new carbon
monoxide law will save
lives and the Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week will
bring into focus the importance of understanding
where to install CO alarms,
maintain and replace them.
It’s now the law in Ontario to install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in your
home if you have a fuelburning appliance or an attached garage.
“If your home has a
fuel-burning appliance or
an attached garage, you
must have a working CO
alarm adjacent to each
sleeping area of the home,”
said Petawawa Fire Chief
Steve Knott. “For added
protection, install a carbon
monoxide alarm on every
storey of the home according to manufacturer’s instructions.” Fuel-burning
appliances can include furnaces, hot water heaters,
gas or wood fireplaces, portable fuel-burning heaters
and generators, barbeques,
stoves and vehicles.
Single-family homeowners and owners of residential
buildings that contain no
more than six suites have until April 15, 2015 to comply
with the law. Owners of residential buildings with more
than six suites have until October 15, 2015 to comply.
The law will be enforced
by the Town of Petawawa
Fire Department. Failure to
comply with the CO alarm
requirements could result
in a fine of up to $50,000 for
individuals or $100,000 for
corporations.
The Ontario Fire Code
was amended October 15,
2014 to require CO alarms
after the provincial government passed Bill 77 – the
Hawkins Gignac Act, in
December 2013. Bill 77 is
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named after OPP Constable
Laurie Hawkins, who died,
along with her husband
and two children, in her
Woodstock, ON home from
CO poisoning in 2008.
The Ontario Fire Code
also requires that in condo
and apartment buildings
with a service room, CO
alarms must be installed in
the service room and adjacent to each sleeping area of
all homes above, below and
beside the service room. In
condo or apartment buildings that have a garage, CO
alarms must be installed
adjacent to each sleeping
area of all homes above, below and beside the garage.
“In Ontario, more than
80% of injuries and deaths
from CO occur in the
home,” said Chief Steve
Knott. “We want to make
sure everyone is safe from
CO. Install CO alarms, and
do everything you can to
prevent CO in your home
in the first place.”
What is CO?
• CO is known as the silent
killer because it is an invisible, tasteless and odourless
gas that can be deadly.
• CO is produced when fuels such as propane, gasoline, natural gas, heating oil
or wood do not burn completely in fuel-burning appliances and devices such
as furnaces, gas or wood
fireplaces, hot water heaters,
stoves, barbeques, portable
fuel-burning heaters and
generators and vehicles.
Prevent CO in your home:
• Ensure all fuel-burning
appliances in your home
are inspected annually. Visit COSafety.ca to find a registered contractor near you.
• Check that all outside
appliance vents are not
blocked.
• Never use a portable fuelburning appliance inside
(i.e. barbeques, portable
heaters and generators).
Know the symptoms of CO:
• Exposure to CO can cause
flu-like symptoms such as
headaches, nausea, dizziness, as well as confusion,
drowsiness, loss of con-
sciousness and death.
• If your CO alarm sounds,
and you or other occupants
suffer from symptoms of
CO poisoning, get everyone out of the home immediately. Then call 9-1-1 or
your local emergency services number from outside
the building.
• If your CO alarm sounds,
and no one is suffering from
symptoms of CO poisoning, check to see if the battery needs replacing, or the
alarm has reached its “endof-life” before calling 9-1-1.
Know the sound of your
CO alarm:
• Your CO alarm sounds
different than your smoke
alarm. Test both alarms
monthly and make sure everyone in your home knows
the difference between the
two alarm sounds.
• Don’t be confused
by the sound of your CO
alarm’s low-battery warning. Follow your CO alarm
manufacturer’s instructions
so you know the difference
between the low-battery
warning, the “end-of-life”
warning, and the alarm
alerting you to the presence
of CO in your home.
For more CO safety tips,
visit ontario.ca/firemarshal
and COsafety.ca.
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On November 11, we especially think
of our Military; veterans, retired
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The Power of M - Nov. 8 at Festival Hall
PEMBROKE - The Pembroke Symphony Orchestra will
open its 23rd season with The Power of M, featuring two
compositions by Mendelssohn and Die Moldau by Smetena
on, Saturday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Pembroke’s Festival Hall.
The PSO will perform Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4,
also known as the Italian and his famous Hebrides Overture
also known as Fingal’s Cave.
The Symphony No. 4 in A major, commonly known
as the Italian, is an orchestral symphony written by German composer Felix Mendelssohn. The work has its origins (such as the composer’s “Scottish/3rd Symphony”
and “The Hebrides” overture) in the tour of Europe which
occupied Mendelssohn from 1829 to 1831.
The Italian Symphony was finished in Berlin on 13
March 1833, in response to an invitation for a symphony
from the London (now Royal) Philharmonic Society; he
conducted the first performance himself in London on 13
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May 1833 at a London Philharmonic Society concert. The
symphony’s success, and Mendelssohn’s popularity, influenced the course of British music for the rest of the century.
The concert overture The Hebrides, Op. 26, also known
as Fingal’s Cave, was composed by Felix Mendelssohn in
1830. The piece was inspired by Mendelssohn’s visit
to Fingal’s Cave on the island of Staffa, located in the Hebrides archipelago off the west coast of Scotland. As was
common in the Romantic era, this is not an overture in the
sense that it precedes a play or opera; it is a concert overture, a stand-alone musical selection, and has now become
part of standard orchestral repertoire.
The piece depicts a mood and “sets a scene”, making it an early example of such musical tone poems.
The overture consists of two primary themes; the opening notes of the overture state the theme Mendelssohn
wrote while visiting the cave, and is played initially by
the violas, cellos, and bassoons. This lyrical theme, suggestive of the power and stunning beauty of the cave, is
intended to develop feelings of loneliness and solitude.
The second theme, meanwhile, depicts movement at sea
and “rolling waves”.
In Die Moldau, Smetana uses tone painting to evoke
the sounds of one of Bohemia’s great rivers. In his own
words: “this composition describes the course of the Vltava, starting from the two small springs, the Cold and Warm
Vltava, to the unification of both streams into a single current, the course of the Vltava through woods and meadows, through landscapes where a farmer’s wedding is celebrated, the round dance of the mermaids in the night’s
moonshine: on the nearby rocks loom proud castles, palaces and ruins aloft. The Vltava swirls into the St John’s
Rapids; then it widens and flows toward Prague, past the
Vyšehrad, and then majestically vanishes into the distance,
ending at the Labe (or Elbe, in German).”
Season subscriptions for the Pembroke Symphony Orchestra are available until Friday Nov. 7 and holders will
be entered into a draw for 1st Prize: Hotel & Dinner and
2nd Prize: two Valentine’s Black Tie Gala Tickets. This season, the PSO is also partnering with the Nook Creperie.
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For more information on the PSO, or for ticket prices,
please visit www.pembrokesymphony.org or call the Festival Hall Box Office at 613-735-2182.
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Pumpkins on parade at Heritage Village
By Patricia Leboeuf
Petawawa Post
The Petawawa Heritage Village held its annual
pumpkin and constume
judging
post-Halloween
“Pumpkin Parade” event
on Nov. 1.
Prizes were awarded to
the two best pumpkins as
well as to the best costume.
This year, the Ken
Burger family took home
first prize with their witch
pumpkin and Nikki and
Berk Sagocak won the second prize with their owl
pumpkin. The best costume prize went to Parker
Lagace, who was dressed as
the Cat in the Hat.
“It’s a great way for kids
to get out and wear their
costume again, bring their
jack-o’-lantern and win
a prize and also wander
around and see the village,”
said masked volunteer
Robyn Culshaw.
The Heritage Village
grounds were transformed
with the addition of several
dozen carved and lit pumpkins. Costumed ghosts and
goblins lurked around,
waiting for unaware visi-
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building looking for treats.
“I already scared the
daylights out of one little
fella,” said organizer Ann
McIntyre, dressed as a
witch and half hidden in
shadows. “It’s just great
fun.”
It was also a place to recycle Halloween pumpkins.
Kim
Brown-Mckie
brought her daughter and
her friends to the event as
a fun way to spend a SaturPeople were invited to bring
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carved
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Heritage Village as part of a
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Olivia Brown-McKie, 9, and
Andrea Smale, 9, proudly
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day evening.
“I know that the Heritage Society has done such
an amazing job with the
facilities,” she said, noting
she really appreciated being able to dispose of her
old pumpkins in an environmentally sound manner.
“It’s just a neat idea
with all the pumpkins all lit
up,” she added.
Next year, McIntyre
hopes to take the festivities up a notch and possibly
hold the event all day long.
“We were thinking that
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and wonderful things as
we’ll have the school house
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By Jamie MacDonald
The long anticipated rematch of last
year’s PGBA Championship finally arrived
during week two of play. Reigning champs
Mahood Construction took to the floor and
looked upon former two-time champions
River Fitness, and relished the battle to
come, knowing full well that heck hath no
fury like a basketball team scorned.
The game was a tale of two different offensive strategies, with River Fitness using
excellent three-point shooting to wear down
their opponents, while Mahood Construction played a solid game closer to the basket.
Defensively both teams were stellar, and the
game remained tight throughout the contest.
With only minutes left in the game, the extra
bodies on the bench of River Fitness proved
to be the difference maker, with fresh legs
helping River Fitness get critical stops. With
the buzzer, the Champions fell for the first
time this season by a final score of 64-59.
Leading the way for River Fitness for the
second straight week was Mo Sabriye with
22 points, but the true story of the game was
Mika Pehkonen recovering from a void in
the box score during week one play, and
posting 19 points, including five buckets
from behind the arc. All those pundits who
said Pehkonen was washed up should seriously reconsider their profession.
For Mahood, who were clearly hampered by the short bench, Tommy Serran
posted a double-double with 19 points
and 12 rebounds, while Brian Brohart continued his hot start, putting up 17 points.
Athan Bardis displayed a smooth touch
from midrange with 10 points in the first
half before slowing down to finish with 13
at the conclusion of play.
In the nightcap, the Petawawa Stags returned to the PGBA floor for the first time
after a week 1 bye with a retooled roster.
They were facing a New Warriors squad
eager to continue to come together as a
consistent unit, and shake of the shellacking they took in the first game of the year.
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match. The Warriors began the game slowly,
posting only 19 points in the first half to face
an uphill climb, while the Stags spread the
floor and shared the ball effectively. Warriors
captain Eric Lee came out of the halftime break
and decided to take his young team upon his
broad shoulders, drilling 13 points in the second stanza. Despite the onslaught, the Stags
proved that the best defense can often be a
good offense, basically trading baskets with
General Lee and holding on for the 60-48 win.
The Stags were led by the multi-talented Brandon Campbell who dropped 14
points while gathering 5 offensive rebounds,
while Pat Quigley, Eric Rogers and Matt Elliott all reached double figures with 12, 11 and
10 points respectively. For the New Warriors,
Lee led all scorers with 20 points, while Kyle
Bertrand popped in 14 points for a career high
mark.
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with 2 points each. New Warriors and Dineamics
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2014 Canadian Armed Forces Sports Awards
The Canadian Armed
Forces (CAF) Sports Awards
Ceremony honoured the
past year’s outstanding
CAF athletic achievements
on October 24 at the Hampton Inn Conference Centre
in Ottawa. The ceremony
was presented by Canadian Tire Corporation and
sponsored by BMO Bank of
Montreal.
Through this annual
ceremony, the Canadian
Armed Forces recognizes
the accomplishments of
its elite athletes and sports
supporters. The ceremony
features awards for Athlete,
Coach, Official and Team of
the Year. Outstanding sports
careers are also recognized
with inductions into the Canadian Armed Forces Sports
Honour Roll, and the Canadian Armed Forces Sports
Hall of Fame, the evening’s
highest honour.
General Tom Lawson,
Chief of the Defence Staff,
attended the ceremony and
paid tribute to the important
role sports play in the lives
of military personnel. “It’s
important for leadership at
all levels to recognize the
tremendous benefit of making regular physical activ-
ity the norm for everyone
in uniform. Many of those
same attributes we wish to
see on the field of battle are
the same as those developed
on the field of play. Discipline, commitment, leadership, teamwork, perseverance…and that intangible
quality, the warrior spirit.”
Among the big winners at this year’s ceremony were triathlete Captain
David Lacombe and fencer
Lieutenant Navy Chantel
Helwer, the Male and Female Athletes of the Year.
Capt Lacombe of Valcartier, Quebec had a stand-
out season in 2013. He beat
out hundreds of competitors to win gold at the Rev3
Maine Half Ironman in Old
Orchard Beach, the Triathlon Joliette Coupe du Québec, and the Duathlon Mont
Tremblant. Capt Lacombe
was second out of 8524 participants at the Army Run
Half-Marathon and won
bronze at the CAF Triath-
lon Nationals. Capping off
his amazing year, Capt Lacombe was selected for Team
Canada, and placed 14th out
of 122 athletes at the World
Triathlon Championship.
Lt (N) Helwer is a reservist, law student and
world-ranked fencer from
Winnipeg,
Manitoba.
In 2013, she won silver
medals at the Manitoba
Provincials and the Canadian University Championships. She also made
Team Canada, and competed at a series of World
Cup events throughout
Europe and the US. Building on this success, Lt (N)
Helwer made history as
the first Canadian Armed
Forces female fencer to
compete at both the World
Championships and the
World University Games.
To learn more about the
2014 Sports Awards winners, visit www.cafsportsawardsceremony.ca.
Mr. Landon French (left), Vice-President, Community Relations for Canadian Tire Corporation
and the Executive Director of Jumpstart Charities, and Ms. Sandra Henderson (right) representing
the Bank of Montreal, present Captain David Lacombe (above photo, centre) with the Male Athlete
of the Year award and Lieutenant-Navy Chantel Helwer (left photo, centre) with the Female Athlete
of the Year award during the Canadian Armed Forces Sports Awards ceremony at the Hampton
Inn Conference Centre in Ottawa, Ontario on 24 October, 2014. (Photos: Cpl Heather Tiffney,
Canadian Forces Support Unit (Ottawa) - Imaging Services©2014 DND-MDN, Canada)
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OSPCA Renfrew County Branch Pet of the Week!
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Contact the shelter to
learn about our young
gerbils and where you
can visit them. They are
entertaining and have
lots of personality to
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Thrill seekers turn out for annual Zombie Run
By Patricia Leboeuf
Petawawa Post
The infected roamed
the grounds of Garrison
Petawawa chasing military members during the
2nd annual Zombie Run on
Halloween.
Arriving mostly intact
and winning the race in the
Major Unit category was
1st Battalion. The Royal
Canadian Regiment. In the
Minor Unit category, the
winning unit was 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade
Group Headquarters.
Each runner was given
a set number of flags, which
they had to preserve to the
end of the race. Those in costume were given three while
those in regular clothing had
two. The zombies were given the task of stealing these
flags. Once all flags were
taken, the Canadian Forces
member was effectively out
of the running.
The unit with the most
survivors was declared the
winner.
“We’ll put their unit
t-shirt on the zombie in
the lobby,” said organizer
and PSP Fitness Instructor
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Nearly all the units that
weren’t in the field participated in the running event
and about 500 runners took
part, several decked in colourful, or sinister, costumes.
“Some of the units
that were in the field and
couldn’t participate were
kind enough to actually donate supplies,” said Miller,
noting 1 Canadian Field
Hospital and 2 Field Ambulance contributed moulage
and fake blood and items to
use for costumes.
Groups left every 15
minutes from Dundonald
Hall and made their way
through Black Bear Campground and back to the Silver Dart Arena. The 5 km
trail was crawling with volunteers dressed in their best
zombie costumes.
According to Miller,
without the legion of undead volunteers and PSP
staff, the race would not
have been such a success.
She is incredibly grateful
for their help.
“It really is our zombie
volunteers that make the
run,” said Miller. “Some of
them get quite inventive.”
Covered in blood and
gore, Sergeant Ian Carrier
particularly enjoyed the
fear his sudden appearance
caused the runners.
“I want to really ... make
them run,” he said. “I want
to make them scared and
suffer. It’s pretty much our
goal.”
He was a runner last
year, but decided to join the
dark side this year.
“You get to see everybody, all 500,” he said. “You
were stuck in the group the
other way. You get to put
the fright in them.”
He proudly made a few
soldiers squeal in terror as
he popped up behind them
and snagged a flag.
The Zombie Run was
held from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
on Halloween.
(Above) This zombie, played by Melanie Earle, was particularly
enjoying the carnage she wrought as the military members tried
to zig-zag by her.
(Above) Military members were encouraged to dress in costume
for the Zombie Run. Those that did were given an extra flag.
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Pembroke Santa Claus Parade is Saturday November 29, 2014
(Above) Winning in the Minor Unit category was 2 CMBG Headquarters. Kneeling, from left, are
Capt Crosier and WO Hopkins. Standing, from left, are Capt Becker, Cpl Martin, MWO Lavoie,
Capt Graf, Capt Richard, Capt Provost, Capt Sorsdahl, Capt Kerckhoff, Capt Urbankiewicz, Maj
Gillies, MCpl Burrell, Maj Haire, MWO Potter and Necole Miller. (Below) Military members were
encouraged to dress in costume for the Zombie Run. Those that did were given an extra flag. (Top
photos: Patricia Leboeuf; this photo: submitted)
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 21
sports, health & recreation
Semi-final high school football action
Fellowes Falcons wide receiver Brendan Peever (14) holds off this RCI Raider defender on a down field
block during Lanark-Renfrew High School Football League semi final action on Oct. 28. Renfrew defeated Fellowes 17-7 to earn a league final rematch with Arnprior on Oct. 31. (Post photo by Bruce Peever)
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KINGS & QUEENS (AGES 0-6) - NOVEMBER 17TH
CHILDREN’S DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM (CDSP)
Starting late September early October depending on school
FFRREEEE!!
The CDSP is a peer support program delivered in local schools (JK - Grade 8). In a safe, comfortable
environment, children learn positive living skills and age-appropriate stress management strategies
to help with their deployment situation. To register your child, contact Lindy at (613) 687-2104 ext.
243 or [email protected]
WE ARE LOOKING FOR EMERGENCY CHILD CARE SERVICE PROVIDERS
IN THE PETAWAWA AREA!
Emergency Child Care is a need for child care arising from an unexpected event that would prevent
a parent or regular care giver from providing care in times of deployment or emergency situations.
Emergency Child Care Providers must meet minimum requirements set out by Emergency Child
Care Services guidelines.
The screening process includes: Criminal record check, Family and Children’s Services check, Visit
from a representative of the fire department, Monthly spot checks, Willingness to be on call 24-7 for
one month.
We have supportive staff to assist you and can provide toys and equipment when needed! If you
are interested in this type of opportunity and would like to provide a safe, caring environment, call
Angie at 613-687-1641 ext. 2230.
SCIENCE FUN (AGES 0-6) - NOVEMBER 14TH
Register by November 13th
FFRREEEE!!
10:00 – 11:30 AM at the South Side Community Centre, 1578 Wolfe Ave. FREE! Explore fun age
appropriate science games and do experiments with your child(ren)! Limited number of participants.
For more information or to register contact Kelsey at (613) 687-2104 ext. 240 or
[email protected]
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9:00 – 11:30 AM at the South Side Community Centre, 1578 Wolfe Ave. FREE, Drop-In! Bring a crown
or come make one! Join us as we all celebrate being Kings and Queens! For more information
contact Kelsey at (613) 687-2104 ext. 240 or [email protected]
BULLYING AWARENESS PROJECT (AGES 10+) - NOVEMBER 20TH
Register by November 18th
FFRREEEE!!
6:00 – 8:00 PM at the Teen Centre South Side Community Centre, 1578 Wolfe Ave. FREE! Join us for
our bullying awareness week and get ready to spread the positivity in your schools and community
every day! Get your FREE Stood Up Pink T-shirt upon participation. This workshop is held in
partnership with The Petawawa Youth Centre, PSP. Register by calling (613) 687-2104 ext. 0.
LEARN TO CROCHET - NOVEMBER 25TH
Register by November 19th
$5
6:30 – 8:30 PM at Employment Services, 3025 Petawawa Blvd. Petawawa, Unit D. Cost is $5. Suitable
for beginners or those wanting to practice. Please bring wool and a hook that fits your wool (view
wool tag). We suggest hook #5 with worsted weight wool. Register at the South Side Community
Centre, 1578 Wolfe Ave. or by phone using Visa/Mastercard by calling (613) 687-2104 ext. 0.
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL SPOTS AVAILABLE FOR 6-12 YEAR OLDS!
Lil’
TROOPERS
South
Lil’ Troopers South has Before and After School Spots for military and civilian children ages six
to twelve years who attend St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School. This Program runs on school
instructional days only. For more information about Lil’ Troopers South contact Sue Leclair at
(613) 687-4136, or [email protected]
happening
For Notices of Club Meetings, Bazaars, Fun Fairs, Fundraisers, and other
charitable, non-profit events happening in the community. Word Limit: 50 Words/Event
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR NOTICE TO: The Petawawa Post Building P-106.
E-mail: [email protected] or call 613-687-5511 ext 5386.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9TH, 2014
REMEMBRANCE DINNER at the Petawawa Legion. Free for serving or
retired military members and their spouses. Tickets available at the
Legion or the bar.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 10TH, 2014
THE PETAWAWA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY will be at 7 p.m. in the
upstairs meeting room of the Petawawa Civic Centre. Christmas decorating will be the feature.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12TH, 2014
OPEN HOUSE at the Deep River Library from 7 - 9 p.m. Toastmasters
helps people build confidence, improve their leadership skills, and develop their speaking skills.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15TH, 2014
CHRISTMAS TEA AND BAZAAR hosted by the All Saints Anglican
Church from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.. Victoria St, Petawawa. Tea, Sandwiches, dainties, glitz & glamour shop and much more.
SOUP LUNCH, BAKE SALE & SILENT AUCTION at St Andrew’s United
Church, Chalk River. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Frozen pies available at
the bake table.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16TH, 2014
PEMBROKE/PETAWAWA LIONS CLUB SANTA CLAUS PARADE at 1
p.m. Non-perishable food and toy donations will be picked up on
parade route. Parade starts at Bargain Shop in Petawawa and ends
at Civic Centre.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 17TH, 2014
BLOOD DONOR CLINIC at Dundonald Hall, Bldg P-118, 57 Festubert
Blvd. 2 - 4 p.m. & 5 - 8 p.m.
Sexual Assault Centre: [email protected], 613735-5551.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29TH, 2014
CHRISTMAS TEA & BAZAAR at the Petawawa Presbyterian Church,
24 Ethel St. 11 - 1 p.m. Wheelchair Accessible.
UPCOMING EVENTS
BERNADETTE MCCANN HOUSE provides free critical services and
support to women, children and youth, who are experiencing abuserelated crisis or coping with the after effects of abuse. If you require
the safety of our shelter, or immediate support, please call our 24hr
confidential help lines at 1-800-267-4930 or 613-732-3131.
THE WOMEN’S SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTRE offers a 24 hour, 7 day a
week support and crisis line. If you or someone you know has been
affected by sexual violence you can reach us at 1-800-663-3060.
CAREFOR HEALTH & COMMUNITY SERVICES is recruiting volunteer
drivers! Pembroke, Petawawa, Deep River. Contact Alice Grenon 613732-9993 ext. 3220 or [email protected]
YOUTH GROUP meets every Monday from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Zion
Evangelical United Church, corner Miller/Murray Street, Pembroke,
beginning with a delicious meal followed by games, singing and worship. All high school age students welcome. Please call 613-732-9493
to confirm attendance.
VIRTUAL EMPLOY-ABILITY PROGRAM for individuals living with
an illness, injury, or disability. For more information and to register
please contact: Natalie Ducey at 613-299-3660, Toll Free: 1-866-9396345 (Ottawa), Fax: 613-723-3579 or [email protected]
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18TH, 2014
BLOOD DONOR CLINIC at Germania Club Pembroke, Main Hall, 15
Bennett St. 1 - 4 p.m. & 5 - 7 p.m.
THE OSPCA RENFREW COUNTY BRANCH presents Kibbles & Bids
Facebook Auction. A new auction begins every Monday at 7 p.m.
and closes the following Sunday at 9 p.m. Visit www.facebook.com/
kibbleandbids for more information or to place a bid.
THE ANISHAANABE CULTURAL CIRCLE will meet from 10 a.m. - 2
p.m. at the former St Jean Baptiste School, 464 Isabella St, Pembroke.
Crystal Martin will speak about Inuit Culture. Bring a dish for potluck.
To register email [email protected] or phone 613-433-1824.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS - Is food a problem for you? If you are
interested in helping yourself, we are interested in helping you. NO
dues - NO fees - NO weigh-ins - NO Diets. OPEN MEETINGS MONDAY
7-8 p.m. Marguerite Center Pembroke. www.oa.org.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19TH, 2014
CHEO PROJECT STITCH presented by the Petawawa Civitan Club at
St George’s Chapel at 7 p.m. Choirs from St George’s, St Francis of
Assisi and Petawawa Presbyterian. Refreshments, free will offering.
All proceeds to help the children at CHEO.
TEEN SCENE PETAWAWA YOUTH CENTRE: Open Tuesday to Thursday 6 - 9 p.m., Friday & Saturday 6 - 10 p.m. for youth 10+ with
exciting themed nights, All upcoming events are available on psppetawawa.com, facebook.com/petawawayouthcentre or call the Rec
Plex at 613-687-2932.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20TH, 2014
VALDY at the Deep River Community Church, 115 Deep River Rd, at
7 p.m. Tickets available from 613-584-2812, 613-584-1199, or The
Olive Tree.
THE PETAWAWA ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (PAAC) is
seeking new members. Please contact Dawn Recoskie, Secretary for
the PAAC and Deputy Clerk - 613-687-5536, [email protected],
or visit www.petawawa.ca for further information and/or to download
an application form.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26TH, 2014
FOCUS GROUP hosted by the Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County. The Centre will be conducting confidential interviews
and focus groups to improve responses and services. For more information or to get involved, please contact Jancy at the Women’s
RENFREW COUNTY LEARNING SESSIONS are now available in Renfrew County. Preregistration is required due to limited space. For
session details and more information contact the Alzheimer Society’s
program staff in Renfrew County at 1-888-411-2067.
CANEX PLAZA CHIROPRACTIC
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 NOON
Tuesday 2:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Wednesday 7:00 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.
& 2:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Thursday 2:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Friday 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
We remember those
who paid the
ultimate price.
Dr. Denis Mahoney, D.C.
Thank you.
613-687-4673
Dr. Melanie Theilmann D.C.
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 23
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For more information about placing
an ad in the Business Directory,
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FOR SALE
Countertops, large variety
to choose from. We provide
complete installation service.
Ask about our promotion. Call
Paramount Kitchens for details
613-687-4620.
EXPLODING
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TARGETS. ONE POUND CONTAINERS. LEGAL IN CANADA.
NOW IN STOCK AT PERKINS
GUN STORE IN PEMBROKE.
PHOTOGRAPHER
Mixed Hardwood for sale.
$260/cord delivered. 613639-4205.
Let Studio 2 Go Location
Photography be your photographer of choice for whatever your needs may be. Visit
www.studio2go.ca or call
613-735-7373 for a consultation.
HELP WANTED
We’re Growing!
The Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre
has an opening for a
Registered Social Worker (B/MSW or equiv.)
For more information visit our website at
www.familyforce.ca/sites/petawawa
or e-mail [email protected]
Deadline for applications is
November 28 at 4PM
MOTORCYCLE STORAGE
WEAPONS
HEATED MOTORCYCLE STORAGE. We will take care of your
baby and have it ready to go in
the spring. Reserve your spot.
Space is limited. Call BANVILLE’S 613-687-4276.
NOW ON SALE AT PERKINS
PEMBROKE.
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DAYCARE
I’m a certified Nannie. I have
daycare spots available. Access to Our Lady of Sorrows
bus route. For more info, call
613-687-1410.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
FOR RENT
CLOSURE OF COUNTY ROAD 37 (MURPHY ROAD)
BETWEEN WOODLAND CRESCENT AND HEMLOCK STREET
TOWN OF PETAWAWA
Large 2 and 3 bedroom
apartments. Fridge, stove,
security system & laundry
facilities. Located in Pembroke.
Call 613-732-0488.
County Road 37 (Murphy Road) will be closed between Woodland
Crescent and Hemlock Street from November 10, 2014 to November 21,
2014 to facilitate construction works within the roadway. Detours will
be posted.
For further information please contact:
Michael C. Pinet, FEC, P.Eng.
Manager of Infrastructure
Public Works & Engineering Department
County of Renfrew
9 International Drive
Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5
Phone: 613-732-4353
800-273-0183
Email: [email protected]
2 bedroom apartment with
appliances. Available immediately, in Petawawa. $840 plus
utilities. Call 613-687-5611
or 613-602-5150. www.petawawahiddenoaks.com.
College & Career
DISCOVERY EVENING
Thursday, November 20 at 7 p.m.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
APPLY FOR COLLEGE!
Learn about our 19 full-time
day programs at this free
Discovery Evening.
Also, find out about
admission requirements,
how to apply, eligibility
requirements, financial
assistance , academic
upgrading, and night classes.
For details, call today
at 613-735-4700,
ext. 2756 or 2712.
Algonquin College’s beautiful waterfront campus in Pembroke offers
Business, Technology, Health & Community Studies programs as well
as a variety of night classes. Attend our Discovery Evening to find
out about programs available for fall 2015.
National Défense
nationale
Defence
Weeks of Nov. 3 and
10
WARNING
BASE POST
FIRING AT CANADIAN FORCES BASE PETAWAWA
Day and night firing will be carried out at Canadian Forces Base Petawawa until
further notice. The Ranges consist of DND controlled property on either side of
Trans Canada Highway 17 between the Town of Petawawa and the Village of Chalk
River. The property is bounded on the South by the Petawawa River and the Barron
River, on the West by the Algonquin Provincial Park, on the East by the Ottawa
River and on the North by a line of irregular shape running in a South Westerly
direction from the Ottawa River to the Algonquin Provincial Park. If required, a
detailed description of the CFB Petawawa property may be obtained from the Base
Construction Engineering Office at CFB Petawawa.
STRAY AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVE OBJECTS
Bombs, grenades, shells and similar explosive objects are a hazard to life and limb.
Do not pick up or retain such objects as souvenirs. If you have found or have in your
possession any objects which you believe to be an explosive notify your local police
and arrangements will be made to dispose of it.
No unauthorized person may enter this area and trespassing on the area is strictly
prohibited.
BY ORDER
Deputy Minister
OTTAWA, CANADA
Department of
17630-77
National Defence
AVIS AU PUBLIC
EXERCICES DE TIR A LA BASE DES FORCES CANADIENNES PETAWAWA
Des exercices de tir auront lieu de jour et de nuit à la Base des Forces canadiennes
Petawawa jusqu’à nouvel ordre.
Les champs de tir sont une propriété administrée par le MDN et située des deux
côtés de la route transcanadienne no 17, entre le village de Petawawa et le village
de Chalk River. Elle est limitée au sud par les rivières Petawawa et Barron, à l’ouest
par le parc provincial Algonquin, à l’est par la rivière des Outaouais et au nord par
une ligne forme irrégulière qui va en direction du sud-ouest depuis la rivière des
Outaouais jusqu’au parc provincial Algonquin. Au besoin, il est possible d’obtenir
une description détaillée de la propriété de la BFC Petawawa en s’adressant au chef
du Gènie construction de la BFC Petawawa.
MUNlTIONS ET OBJETS EXPLOSIFS PERDUS
Les bombes, grenades, obus et autres objets explosifs semblables sont dangereux. Il
ne faut pas en ramasser ni en garder comme souvenirs. Si vous trouves ou si vous
avez en votre possession tout objet que vous croyez être un explosif, veuillez le
signaler à la police locale; on veillera alors à son enlévement.
Il est formellement interdit de pénétrer dans ce secteur sans autorisation.
COLUMN WIDTH 4.19 x 5.5
OTTAWA, Canada
17630-77
Canada
PAR ORDRE
Sous-ministre
Ministére de la Défense nationale
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 25
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hot air in and the
cold air out
(NC) Now that the
days are shorter and the
nights are colder, don’t
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leaky doors and windows.
Weatherproof your home
for the winter and help reduce your energy bill.
Here are a number of
tips from Hydro One to
help capture the potential
savings:
• Fill the gaps. Check
the trim on windows for
gaps between the frame
and your house. As much
as 13 per cent of your
home’s heat loss could be
escaping through the gaps.
If possible, stuff insulation
between the window and
frame. If that’s not an option, try caulking around
the window.
• On sunny winter
days, warm the air inside
by opening window coverings to let the warmth
of the sun in. Once the
sun goes down, close window coverings to trap the
warmth in. Think of your
curtains as insulation for
your windows.
• Another inexpensive
option is to build a barrier
against the cold by sealing
your windows with plastic sheeting in the winter. All you need is a hair
dryer, double sided tape
and some inexpensive
plastic sheeting. There is
indoor and outdoor sheeting available, so be sure to
read the label.
• If your doors aren’t
properly fitted, air is
leaking outside. Rubber
weather stripping is an
easy way to seal the door
by creating a skirt on the
door frame.
• If you have a fireplace
that you never use, consider
getting it sealed as warm air
is sucked out if the damper
is open. If you do enjoy sitting by the fireplace, make
sure you turn down your
main thermostat. Fires can
actually draw heat from the
room up the chimney so
your furnace has to work
even harder.
• Close off air registers
in unused areas or rooms.
• Get a programmable
thermostat and try these
settings:
- 21° (70°F) for relaxing
- 20° (68°F) for working/exercising
- 18° (64°F) for sleeping
or away for the day
- 16° (61°F) when away
on vacation
• Make sure your furnace is running smoothly by:
- Checking all of your
intake and exhaust air
vents to make sure they are
clear.
- Inspecting the filter.
Hld it up to a light bulb
and if you can’t see the
bulb, it’s time for a new
one.
- Clearing the area
around your furnace to
ensure it is ventilated with
ample circulation of fresh
air for combustion.
- Setting your furnace
fan switch on “automatic”
instead of “on” or “continuous”.
More information is
available at www.HydroOne.com/SaveEnergy.
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Area Community Churches
1ST BAPTIST CHURCH - 210 Mary St. Pembroke, 613-735-0866, Pastor Andrew Bellous. Sunday Worship & Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH - 1173 Victoria Street, 613-735-4044; Reverend Cathy Davis.
Sunday Service 11:15 & Sunday School 11:00 a.m.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH - 567 Melton St. Pembroke, Pastors Richard Agnew & Tim Roddick,
Worship Service & Sunday School @ 10:30 am, 613-735-5293, www.calvarybaptistpembroke.com
CALVIN UNITED CHURCH - 276 Church St., Pembroke; Accessible to all; 613-732-8763, [email protected]
nrtco.net. Rev. Marybeth Wilson, Sunday Worship & School 10 am http://www.nrtco.net/~calvin
CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH - 516 Airport Rd at Doran, Petawawa. Phone 613-687-6971. Rev
Bill Stanfel. Sunday Divine Service 9:30 am. Sunday School and Bible Study September through
June 10:45 am. Website: www.3.bell.net/celc. Email [email protected]
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTERDAY SAINTS - Civic Centre Road & Laurentian Drive,
613-687-2237
DEEP RIVER COMMUNITY CHURCH - Deep River Road. Sunday service 10:15 a.m. (Kids
Church) email: [email protected]
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH - Pastor Carl Morgan, 182 MacKay St., Pembroke, 613-735-1584 (corner of Pembroke St. W. & MacKay St. beside cenotaph; parking behind town hall) Sun. 10 a.m.,
11 a.m. & 6 p.m., Wed. 7 p.m.
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH - Avon Road, Deep River, 613-584-4090, Sunday Service 10 am,
Rev Randy Liedtke
FIRST EVANGELICAL MISSIONARY CHURCH - 39 Shalom St. Pembroke, ON. K8A 6W8. Sunday worship celebration 10:30 a.m. Tel: 613-735-5391.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - 257 Pembroke St. West, Phone 613-732-8214. Rev. John
Vaudry. Sunday School. All are welcome! Elevator access.
GREENWOOD UNITED CHURCH - 1655 Greenwood Road, RR#2 Pembroke.
HOLY TRINITY ANGLICAN CHURCH - 68 Renfrew St. Pembroke 613-732-4658; The Venerable
Rob Davis. Holy Eucharist Wed. at 10 am, Sunday at 8 am and 10 am.
Sunday School 10 am Sunday. www.ottawavalleyanglicans.ca
MOUNT ZION UNITED CHURCH - Corner Old Hwy 17 & B-Line Rd., Everyone Welcome - Worship &
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Toddler Prg available; Rev Dr. Daniel Hansen. Church Office 613-732-9493.
NEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH - 2777 Petawawa Blvd. Rev. Eric Strachan, 613-687-6219;
Sunday Worship Service 10 a.m. Nursery, ministries for all the family!
OUR LADY OF SORROWS - 11 Mohns Ave. 613-687-4764. Weekend Masses: Sat. 5 p.m.,
Sun. 10 a.m. Check our website - www.sorrowspetawawa.com for Sunday Bulletin for on-going
programs for all ages.
PEMBROKE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE - 34 Jordan Ave. Pembroke (corner Hwy. 41 & 17).
Rev. Terry Burns, Senior Pastor. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. (kids church & nursery). Programs
for all ages starting in the fall. Phone: 613-732-9721 Email: [email protected] Website: www.
pptchurch.com Facebook: PPT (Pembroke Pentecostal Tabernacle). Services broadcast on Star
96 FM Sundays 9:00 a.m.
PETAWAWA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - Rev Seung-Rhyon Kim 24 Ethel St. 613-687-4052
(Church) Sunday Service 11 a.m. Sunday School available.
PINE RIDGE FAMILY CHURCH - Christian & Missionary Alliance, 27 Brumm Road, Pembroke,
613-735-1241. Service 10 a.m.
RESURRECTION LUTHERAN CHURCH - 250 Quarry Road, Pembroke, Rev. Ana Beck. Sun.
worship 10:30 a.m. 613-638-7476 - located behind Cassidy’s Transfer & Storage Ltd.
ST ANDREWS UNITED CHURCH - 40 Joseph St, Chalk River, Susan deHaan DLM. Worship
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Everyone welcome, 613-589-2312.
ST BARNABAS ANGLICAN CHURCH - 80 Glendale Ave, Deep River,613-584-4131 Rev. Francois
Trottier, Sunday services are at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. with Sunday School during the 10 a.m. service.
ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) - 357 Miller Street Pembroke (corner of Miller & Doran Sts) 613-735-6332 www.StJohnsPembroke.ca Rev. Stephen Alles & Rev.
Kevin Klein (occasional). Sunday School at 8:45 a.m. Divine Worship- 10 a.m.
ST JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH - 605 Black Bay Rd, Petawawa, Rev. Dr. Beverley A. Nitschke.
Office: 613-687-6187. Sunday Service - 10 a.m. Sunday School 9 - 9:45 a.m. Social Hour 11 a.m.
ST LUKE’S ANGLICAN CHURCH (ANIC) - Rev. Tim Parent 613-735-4210; Sunday Worship 8 &
10am (Children’s Church & Nursery), Informal Prayer & Praise 9:15am - All Welcome. Meeting at
307 Julien St., Pembroke. 613-735-5000
ST TIMOTHY’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCIC) - 503 Alfred St., Pembroke-613-732-2992, Rev. Randy Liedtke, Sunday Services 9 & 11 am, Sunday School at 9 am.
Email: [email protected]
THE SALVATION ARMY - 484 Pembroke St. W. 613-735-5601. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
WESLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH - 210 Renfrew St. Pembroke. Rev. Herb Van Essen/Rev. JeanClaude Pellerin. 613-732-2488. Morning worship and children’s church at 11 a.m. with nursery
provided. Sunday School offered at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday mid-week children’s & teen programs
starting at 5:30 p.m. with family supper. For more information call or email [email protected]
WESLEY UNITED CHURCH - 275 Pembroke St. E (at William) 613-735-6132, 10 a.m. morning
worship service. Sunday School for children during the church service.
ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCIC) - 454 Miller St., Pembroke, 732-8792,
www.zionlutheran.ca. Pastor Svante Olson. Wednesday 7:00pm - Mid-Week Worship Service with
Holy Communion. Sunday 10:00am - Worship Service with Holy Communion. We extend a warm
welcome to all who join us in worship.. Broadcast service 4th Sunday of the month.
ZION EVANGELICAL UNITED CHURCH – 368 Miller St., Pembroke, 613-732-9493 [email protected] Sunday Worship 11:00, with Sunday School for children. Coffee Hour and
fellowship following. Bible Study on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. Broadcast service 3rd Sunday of the
month. Pastor: Rev. Dr. Daniel A. Hansen, Website: www.zionunitedpembroke.org All welcome!
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GARRISON PETAWAWA CHAPELS
Let us help you find a spiritual
home or a Church where
you belong. We hope our
Garrison Chapels is your
community of choice.
At the Chapels we foster
Sunday Worship, the
Sacraments and Christian
Education and School participation.
St. Francis of Assisi Chapel (RC)
Chapelle St. François d’Assise (CR)
4 CDSG Garrison Petawawa, ON K8H 2X3
(Q-104) 613 - 687-5511 ext. 5434
FAX: 613-588-7524
MASS/MESSE
09h30 Messe dominicale
11:00 Sunday English Mass
All sacraments are offered to military members,military status civilians and government
employees under military contract
Confession - before Mass or by appointment
Confession - avant la messe ou par rendez-vous
Baptism - the last Sunday of each month
Baptême - célèbrer le dernier Dimanche de chaque mois
Wedding - Six months (6) notice is required. A Marriage Preparation Course is mandatory.
Mariage - Nous demandons six (6) mois d’avis.
Un cours de préparation au mariage est obligatoire.
Catechism Program - Catholic schools offer students sacramental preparation. St. Francis
of Assisi Chapel offers sacramental preparation for public school students. To register for
the Home Program, Please contact the Administrative Office. Welcome to our community!
Bienvenue dans notre communauté!
Garrison Petawawa Chaplains
Phone 613-687-5511 + Ext.
4 CDSG / Sr
2CMBG / Sr
2 Svc Bn
HQ&SIGS
427 Sqn
450 Sqn
2 CER
2 Svc Bn
6105
7078
6362
6412
3399
3144
6485
3310
JPSU IPSC
CLC / P – MP
RCD – MP Platoon
CLC / RC
2RCHA
1RCR
3RCR
Admin Asst
3505
5433
5750
6402
7396
6498
5536
5434
EMERGENCY CHAPLAIN:
613-687-5511 /5611 (after hours)
St. George’s Chapel (P)
4 CDSG Garrison Petawawa, ON K8H 2X3
(Q-104) 613 - 687-5511 ext. 5434
FAX: 613-588-7524
WORSHIP SERVICES
10:30 a.m. - Sunday Divine Service
• Coffee & Fellowship following service
• Sunday School (children 3 - 12 years old) held
concurrently with the Worship Service.
• Nursery for toddlers under 3 years old.
• Quiet Room & Wheel Chair accessible
4th Sunday of each month - Holy Communion at 10:30 a.m. svc.
• Baptism will be celebrated as per agreement
If you are planning for a wedding, baptism, child dedication or other Christian celebration,
please contact us at least 3 mths prior to the event, so we may best facilitate your needs!
St. George’s and St. Francis of Assisi chapels are open Mon - Fri 7:30 a.m. to 12 (noon) and 1 - 3:30 p.m.
The Chaplains’ Administrative office is located in Building Q-104 (RC Chapel).
For after hours assistance, dial the Duty Centre 687-5511/5611 and they will reach the Duty Chaplain.
News from the SILVER THREADS SENIORS CLUB
By Barbara E. Bailey, Public Relations
As we begin this month, let us remember all of the veterans and wear a poppy. In the World War I battlefields of
Belgium, poppies grew wild amid the ravaged landscape.
How could such a pretty little flower grow wild while surrounded by death and destruction? The overturned soils
of battle enabled the poppy seeds to be covered, thus allowing them to grow and to forever serve as a reminder of
the bloodshed during that and future wars.
During World War I, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae wrote this poem on May 3, 1915 after the death of his
friend, Lieutenant Alexis Helmer, 22 years old.
the club at [email protected] or phone
613-687-6574. The office is open Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday from 09:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.
See you at the Club!
IN FLANDERS FIELDS
The cut off date to purchase tickets and candles
for our Remembrance Dinner and candlelight memorial is Friday, Nov. 7. Tickets can be picked up free
of charge for veterans and their spouse/caregiver or
spouse of a deceased veteran. We are closing in on
selling out so do it soon. The candlelight memorial
will follow the dinner on the 9th starting at 8:30 p.m.
at the cenotaph. Everyone is invited to attend.
Our service of Remembrance will be held at the
Cenotaph on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. The parade will start
from Giesebrecht’s old store at 10:40 a.m., marching
up to the Legion. We hope people will join us or if
they can not that they will observe the two minutes
of silence at 11 a.m. in respect for all our veterans
who have served or are still serving. Lest We Forget.
Jack and Cynthia will be playing at the branch
on Remembrance Day. They have donated their time
to play for free during the day and we want to do a
shout out to them for this. Thanks guys.
On Nov. 29 we are hosting a craft fair at the
branch. Tables can be rented by calling Liz weekday
mornings at 613-687-2504. They are going fast so reserve now.
Euchre winners for 2nd November are: 1st Stan
Bresseau 73-3, 2nd Jim Adams 73-0 and 3rd Sandy
Woods 70-3.
Join us on the web at www.petawawalegion.ca or
on facebook.
In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place: and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow
Loved and were loved, and now we lie in Flanders Fields
Take up our quarrel with the foe
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch: be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders Fields.
Join Andre Chaput, veteran and Silver Threads member who will be placing a wreath at the Cenotaph on Nov.
11, 2014 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Petawawa.
The winners of the Friday evening Euchre were: Lynn
Mathewson, Norma Oelke, Glenda Schroeder, Royce Slateer and consolation was Doris McCutcheon.
The winners of the Wednesday afternoon Bid Euchre
were: Doug McHattie, Glenda Schroeder, Elaine Risto,
Norma Huff.
Silver Threads is located upstairs in the Lions Club
building at 1163 Victoria Street, Petawawa. You can e-mail
Petawawa Post, November 6, 2014, Page 27
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