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between we pretended to fix a few things. quintessential “beer guys”.
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Continued from page two... him for the change on the Over 600 teachers opposed government’s move to roll
counter in order to prove I to Doug Ford’s plan to back the school curriculum.
Finally, I threw up my hands was not an “unmanly guy”, rollback the sexual education Many have said they will
and said: “I’ll have what but I just left instead. curriculum joined together oppose the government
you’re having.” To which And that’s when I ran into on the front steps of Queens move and teach the revised
he ordered two bottles of Jim, known locally as the Park on Tuesday, August 14th curriculum in their classes
Modello Negro from Mexico “renovation guy”. I asked him with a strong message to the this fall. Algoma-Manitoulin
which I suppose made us both where I could buy a wooden Premier ... get ready, the fight MPP, Mike Mantha, joined
a couple of “import guys” who door handle for a sauna is on for the safety and well- the teachers at Queen’s Park
had gone over to the dark side. because I kept burning my being of our children. The to show his support. Photo
The conversation drifted into hand on the metal one I was teachers are critical of the Ford provided by Mike Mantha
the weather and I made a using.
comment about how severe “So you’re a ‘sauna guy’ eh?” Mantha Speaks Out In Support Of Killens.
snowfalls must close down the He had me cold. So I fessed Algoma-Manitoulin Mpp Tries To Resolve
town sometimes. Immediately up immediately.
he said: “Oh, so you’re not an And no, he did not say, “Not Board Versus Trustee Impasse
‘ATV guy’!?!” that there’s anything wrong
I think he knew damn well I with that.” You may have heard that in the that she is not getting involved
wasn’t an “ATV guy” because “Too bad,” he said “Mostly us Legislature I brought forward because it is entirely a Board
the clothes I was wearing were guys up here, we’re ‘hot tub the concerns of frustrated matter. She says that it’s up to
most definitely not purchased guys’!” parents, students, and the parents to take this up with
at the “Camouflage Guy Men’s To this point in my life I residents of Manitoulin Island the school board. The problem
Wear”. have written ten books, two who are voicing their concerns is that parents and citizens
“No,” I said, “but I am a ‘four- of which dealt with men. regarding measures taken by have been trying to do this and
wheel drive guy’.” Telling The first was Guys – Not the Rainbow District School have been getting no response.
him the truth, that I’m actually Real Bright and Damn Board (RDSB). RDSB has In fact parents organized
an “all-wheel drive guy”, Proud of It! And the second banned Trustee Larry Killens a “town hall” meeting and
sounded somehow pretentious. Guys – Setting Off the Jerk from all board meetings for invited board members and
“Hmmm,” he said, nodding Detector. If you happen to the remainder of his elected the director to attend to try
but really thinking that only spot the books, probably in term. This in effect means the to help the community fully
a “southern sissy guy” would a remainder bin or at a lawn entire region has no elected understand and resolve the
tackle the Haliburton hills in a sale, you’ll notice I am listed representative at any school issue. The meeting was well
vehicle that did not require a as the author. I should have board meetings until after the attended by over 100 Island
helmet and a mickey in the top been listed as the prophet. Or next election. Upon reviewing community members but no
pocket of the parka. more appropriately “prophet the board policy, it seems that representative from the board
Highly unfair since he didn’t guy”! the board has no such authority appeared.
know me from Adam, who in to take this action. This needs New Democrats remain
Northern Ontario would be For comments, ideas and to be looked into by an outside committed to standing up
known as “Eve’s guy”. For all copies of The Legend authority. If this is true, it is for all Ontarians and will
he knew I could have been the of Zippy Chippy, go to undemocratic and improper. continue to hold our leaders
“cable guy”. www.williamthomas.ca I have spoken with Education to accountable, transparent
I thought I should spit on the Minister Lisa Thompson on leadership and policies that
floor or offer to arm wrestle several occasions about this reflect care and compassion.
matter. Her response is simply
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Erhardt Finishes Fourth At NACAC Continued from front page...
Jump seven-time champion had Massey Fair Celebrates Generations
some good jumps August 12th
Espanola’s Caroline Erhardt at the North American, Central has grown to include so much people! Drop by their booth,
finished fourth at an international American and Caribbean over the years. one of many that will be set
competition in Toronto. Championships track and field A new stage has been built this up for visitors once again this
The Canadian Women’s Triple competition at University of year and the talent is second year.
Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. to none. If you love good, And, Robert Vaughn, a black-
Ehrhardt’s best jump was 13.36 old-fashioned fiddle, you will smith, will also be on site with
metres, but the competition was want to take in the artistry of his self-contained workshop,
tough. Eugene Dubruil and Donny to feature some of the work he
Jamaica’s Shanieka Ricketts Reed, phenomenal talent on does in metal. Black-smithing
jumped 14.25 metres to take the strings. is centuries old and although
the gold with the U.S. clinching The Massey Fair is most of the skilled are known
silver and Dominica in third. agricultural in its origins and for making horseshoes, they
Ehrhardt is continuing her its main events. Not only are can produce a wide range of
training in her bid to try and the halls filled with the biggest practical items, a sword or a
be on Canada’s next Olympic ‘cucumber’ to ‘zucchini’, farm implement, as well as
team. jars of delicious fresh goods, armour and even artistic art.
Photo: Caroline Ehrhardt file homemade quilts, clothing You will want to check him
photo and so much more. Originally and his ageless skills out.
founded for local farming That said, the fair has also
Express Player Signings families to be able to trade modernized over the years and
and share their goods, it has there is plenty of modern fun
We are pleased to announce Joel Rainville. The 6’0 175lbs grown into an exhibition of as well; the midway, bingo,
that the Espanola Express have talented goaltender played for beautiful, bountiful harvest games, attractions and so
signed 2 players from their own the North Bay Trappers AAA and homemade confections much more. The demolition
backyard in the AAA Great team for the past 2 seasons, and creations. derby run by Edge Motor
North Midget League. during his tenure in North Bay, The events also centre around Sports will feature a big prize
Joining the Express for the 2018- Rainville was one of the top agriculture. My personal board, $4,000 in prize money
2019 season will be 2001 birth goalies in the league for both favourite is the heavy horse up for grabs, so get those cars
year Joel Rainville and 2002 years. During the 2016-17 draws, so this year will be ready.
birth year Chase Lammi. Both season, Joel posted the best stats especially interesting with There is no mud bog this year,
players saw NOJHL action of all goaltenders in the league double the number of teams, but there will be remote control
last year as affiliates with the as a 15 year old, playing with the 24 in all. The various horse vehicle demonstrations all
Rayside Balfour Canadians and older players. Last season Joel events are also a highlight of weekend on the fairgrounds,
the Powassan Voodoos. placed a respectable 2nd place the weekend. so bring a little chunk of
Chase Lammi played last season for stats as he was narrowly beat There will be plenty of corn change, if you want one of
for the Sudbury Wolves minor out by a Sudbury goaltender. on the cob available and other your own.
midget AAA team, posting 40 Joel posted impressive numbers delicious treats too. One of the highlights will also
points in 51 games. The 5’10” with his team playing in 26 And, it would not be an be the 70-foot Hydro One
175lbs Lammi played 5 games games, he saw 21 wins, 2 losses agricultural fair without the Electricity Discovery Centre
as an affiliate last season for and 4 shutouts, while posting 4H club. They will once again … kids can go in and find out
the Rayside Balfour Canadians a 2.37 goals against average. have a float in the parade all about electricity and do a
during their playoff run, scoring Rainville saw some NOJHL and also a booth highlighting bunch of activities. It’s free
a goal and an assist. Lammi action last year, suiting up as programs that are available and there are plenty of other
was even chosen to play in an affiliate with the Powassan to local area children. The free activities on the grounds
their last game of the league Voodoos and ironically beat the work of the local 4H helps to including the popular petting
championship as the RBC staff Espanola Express in his debut. continue the environmental zoo, animal displays, and
chose to scratch 2 regulars to Joel also saw action in the Telus and social conscience in, various events.
play him instead. Cup National Championship last not only preserving a way of For the complete schedule,
“Chase is an incredibly hard year in Sudbury and performed life, but also how to be self- visit: masseyfair.ca
working player and his relentless well. sustaining. Amazing group of
attitude will pay dividends in “Joel is a premier goaltender
our league,” commented Chad in the North, he had options
Clarke GM of the Express. and we are pleased he chose
“Lammi fit right in with the us to develop his career here
RBC lineup and did not look out in Espanola,” boasted Clarke.
of place last year and we expect “We expect Joel to step in and
him to do the same with us this continue his winning ways with
year,” added Clarke. us this year, he will give us a
Also joining the Express for fighting chance every time he is
the upcoming season will be in the net,” commented Clarke.
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Vale NHL vs Docs hockey game in support of NEO Kids
when Justin Robert of Sudbury
was selected at random to
“Shoot to Win” a Honda Civic
courtesy Palladino Honda at
Vale presents NHL vs Docs
for NEO Kids. Justin was
required to shoot from behind
the red line into a tiny hole on
a board, covering the net. He
shot …and he WON a Honda
Another event highlight was
Photos - Ceremonial puck drop with Danica Pagnutti, Corporate and Indigenous Affairs, Vale Canada Limited when over 400 attendees
between two captains: Dr. Sean Murray and Dr. Andre Michon. chucked a NEO Kids plane
NEO Kids patients private meet and greet with NHL players on the ice for a chance to win
Photo - Group picture with all the players, coaches and referees a success, especially the people a private meet and greet with
who came out to support NEO the NHL players following the
It was a packed house with NHL vs Docs has raised over Kids and who continue to want game.
over 2,000 spectators at the $440,000 for NEO Kids. to make a difference in our “It was a truly remarkable
Sudbury Community Arena Following this year’s game, An community. I would also like day having our local hockey
for an afternoon of fun and Evening with NHL Legends to extend my sincere gratitude players and physicians come
cheers at the Vale presents: brought together over 200 to my teammates, who came to together for NEO Kids. You
NHL vs Docs hockey game in fans, legends and NHL players Sudbury to support a cause that could sense the pride they
support of NEO Kids. Local at the Caruso Club to mix and is near and dear to my heart.” have in our community and the
physicians traded in their mingle for a good cause. The energetic crowd was excitement of the audience”
scrubs for skates and faced “What a successful series of excited to watch current and said Patricia Mills, President
off against NHL players in a events that allowed us to move former professional players NEO Kids Foundation. “The
battle on the ice. The event NEO Kids another step in the come together for the family- sheer number of supporters we
raised over $215,000 and right direction,” said Nick fun event including local had on a hot Sudbury Sunday
counting for NEO Kids thanks Foligno, Honourary Chair players: Nick Foligno, Marcus is testament to the support for
to an anonymous donor who of NEO Kids Foundation. “I Foligno, Josh Anderson, Seth NEO Kids and a new health
matched the total funds raised. would like to thank all involved Jones, Scott Harrington, Boone centre.” Following the hockey
After launching two years ago, in making the two events such Jenner, Dalton Prout, Ben game, NEO Kids Foundation
Chiarot, Derek MacKenzie, hosted an inaugural “An
Espanola Council Approves Road Toll For Pierre-Luc Dubois, Damien Evening with NHL Legends”.
Hospital Foundation Giroux, Zack Stortini and Joe The VIP reception was an
Bowen, Canadian Sportscaster. opportunity to mix and mingle
Espanola council has given Road Toll. Hospital workers Leading from behind the with NHL legends and players
benches were coaches Wendel following the big game.
Clark, Randy Carlyle, Mike A Q&A period with NHL
Foligno, Brian Savage and legends & players led by Joe
Andrew Brunette. Among Bowen, Canadian Sportscaster
these legends, were stars from was a great way to hear and
the Canadian-hit Letterkenny. learn from some of NHL’s
The highlight of the event was greatest hockey players.
its approval for the Espanola and volunteers will be out on Hearing Solutions
Regional Hospital Foundation Highway Six asking for your
to host its annual road toll. donations. Photo: Espanola for the Whole Family
The annual popular Labour Regional Hospital Foundation
Day event is a go for Monday,
September 3rd from 10:00am to
4:00pm between the entrance of Our Audiologists Michael Blythe and
Home Hardware and Canadian Jean Roveda have over 50 combined
Tire. years of clinical experience.
Motorists will be asked to
donate their change and fill the Call 877.255.4976 to schedule your
hearing health assessment today!
The funds raised goes towards
projects headed up by the
foundation including the
825 McKinnon Drive. Espanola, ON
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Photo: Filling the bed pans is the Conveniently located in the Espanola Hospital for over 20 years
goal of the annual Labour Day
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PHYSIOTHERAPY CHERYL’S MASSAGE We are pleased to announce that we will be expec�ng a
OFFERED BY MARILYN THERAPY & ACUPUNCTURE new Nurse Prac��oner beginning October 2018.
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Physio Moves in the Espanola make an appointment call 705- however, we look forward to serving our pa�ents at a
Hospital. Accepting new greater capacity with addi�onal services in the
patients. WSIB and MVA patients 863-3223. [email protected] upcoming months.
gmail.com 10/2 R Community members may contact our oﬃce at the end
welcome. Acupuncture available. of September to schedule future appointments with the
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inquiries have arisen. Appointments may be arranged
705-988-3737. 10/2 - R FOR RENT - Apartment for rent, with Dr. Cherian and Dr. Garland as per usual.
1 bedroom. 2-123 Tudhope St Many thanks for you pa�ence, and we look forward to
MINI EXCAVATION SERVICE Espanola. Available Sept 1. $650.00 assis�ng in your care.
– Excavation service for smaller per month plus hydro, first; last & Massey Medical Clinic Staﬀ
projects. Prep area for garage, damage deposit. Call 705-869-0514.
shed, decks. Ditching, trenches IN MEMORIAM
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smaller stump removal. Servicing for rent in the center of Espanola. THANK YOU
Espanola & area. Locally owned Fridge & stove included. Rent
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renting the machine. Contact Brad information. 705-866-1325. 8/21 our thanks and gratitude for the generous out pouring of support,
705-869-8168. 9/11 consolation, and sympathy expressed from so many.
FOR RENT – Available October To family, friends, and neighbours our deepest appreciation for the
TOTAL MAINTENANCE 1. One bedroom apartment. Non generous of cards, donations, food, and mass cards.
SERVICES: Plowing, carpentry, smoking, quiet building. $650.00 a Special Thanks to staff at Manitoulin Centennial Manor, Doctors,
painting, steel & shingle roofing, month plus hydro. Heat included. Nurses, and PSW’s. The patience, love and kindness that you
tree cutting, decks, landscape Call 705-869-1378. 9/4 extended to dad for the last 3 ½ years will never be forgotten.
construction, yard maintenance, Thank you also to Father Raymond for his words of comfort and the
dump runs. 705-936-6160 9/11 - R FOR SALE beautiful mass for Mom & Dad.
Gary & Laura, Louise, the choir Bourcier Funeral Home, the ladies
ESPANOLA SELF STORAGE who prepared the luncheon. We will miss our gentle dad and poppa,
– 6x8 and 8x10 Storage units he was such a special person.
available in Espanola. Located Linda, Paul, Dan, Cindy, and Familes.
behind the car wash. Call 705-
869-8405. 9/25 - R PaperWorks, 85 Centre Street, 705-869-6883
HANDYMAN - ODD JOBS
COLOMBUS - Need something
fixed, painted, drywalled, built or
flooring done, call me. Stephane
Coulombe, 705-863-3434. 9/4
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Scottish Dresser. Very solid, split
THE RITCHIES ARE AT IT on top. $250 obo. Call 705-869-
AGAIN! Get your firewood cut, 2287. 8/28
split, delivered. Hardwood maple.
More info, call Mina at 705-865- FOR SALE
3017. 10/30. FOR SALE - 3 large boxes of fishing
MEETINGS tackle, lures, hooks, etc. 4 wine racks
with bottles. Sliderule set squares etc
for grade 12 student. contact 705-
Massey Agricultural Society 862-7435. 08/28.
monthly meetings - 3rd Tuesday
of the month. Held at Massey
Firehall @ 7pm. We welcome the FOR SALE – Oil tank and fittings,
public’s attendance. 10/23 double walled. Also, limited dry
wood for kindling/backyard fire.
Call Greg 705-822-4734. 8/28.
FOR SALE – Garmin GPS locator –
ESTATE SALE – 850 Second Great for hunters or wandering loved
Ave. Espanola. Friday, August ones. Have receipt. Paid $200, asking
24, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. $80.00. Sirus Satellite car radio with
Saturday, August 25, 1:00 – 4:00 boom box. $100.00. Wooden office
p.m. Sunday, August 26, 9:00 desk with filing cabinet. $60.00. Call
a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 8/21 705-869-2287. 8/28
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For more information, please
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Required Experience (Qualiﬁca�ons) In keeping with my
• Must possess a Automo�ve Service Technicians cer�ﬁcate of qualiﬁca�on. zucchini theme this month,
• Ability to read and comprehend wri�en instruc�ons and informa�on. my mother in law has
• General mechanical skills. shared a favourite zucchini
• Must have a valid driver’s license. recipe with me. It’s a
• Ability to drive manual transmission vehicles. creamy, flavourful, side
• Professional appearance. dish that is a great way to use up some of those larger sized
• Manual dexterity, good judgment and ability to operate power zucchinis.
and hand tools and other types of machinery safely.
• Three years of work experience as a service technician (preferred). Saucy Zucchini
• Demonstrated customer service skills.
• ½ large zucchini, skin on, sliced
Please contact Will Piche at the automotive • 1 onion sliced
service counter. Call (705)869-3807 X210 or • 2 tbsp flour
email a resume to [email protected] • 2 tbsp butter
• ¼ tsp salt, dash of pepper
Massey Area Museum Annual Jessie Burnside Art Show • 1 cup milk
- now in progress through August 25. Stop in and see over • ½ cup bread crumbs
100 works of art. • ½ tbsp melted butter
Espanola High School JUMP Day - Welcoming New Grade 9’s • Grated cheddar cheese (1/2 cup or more if desired)
for the 2018 Jump Day Orientation -August 29, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 • Caraway seeds (optional)
p.m. Students will receive their timetable, locker, and explore the
school before the start of regular classes in September. Place zucchini and onion slices in a pot with water just
Bridge Lessons – at the Seniors Drop In Center, starting September covering, and on a low boil cook until zucchini and onion
19 at 1:00 p.m. For more info call D. Allen 705-869-0475. is just tender and drain. Make the white sauce. In a small,
Pickle Ball & Tennis at the Espanola Courts – Courts are heavy saucepan, melt the butter over low heat. Blend the
open daily. Equipment available at the rec centre. flour into the melted butter. Add 1/4 teaspoon of salt and a
Clothing Donations – Donations for overseas relief can be dash of freshly ground black pepper. Cook over low heat,
dropped off at 80 Withers Rd. Massey. Also footwear, bedding stirring, for at least 2 minutes to minimize ‘flour’ taste.
& sewing supplies. Call Ray Brubacher at 705-844-9992. Slowly add 1 cup of milk, stirring constantly. Continue
United Church of Espanola – WEARE OPEN – United Church cooking slowly until smooth and thickened. Place zucchini
of Espanola continues to have worship service every Sunday and onion in a casserole dish and pour over the white
morning at 10:00 a.m. with Sunday School. All are welcome. sauce. Mix the bread crumbs with melted butter (for added
flavour a sprinkle of caraway seed can be added to the
Do you have a NOTE for the Community? bread crumbs) and grated cheese and sprinkle on top. Bake
at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
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