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she featured a woman who escapes the your purse and he went down like a ton of
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• Carpet & Upholstery • Tile & Grout widows. Should you be leaning that way in which Jean Harris shot her lover, Herman
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here’s two tips. Never hire a hit man who over the living room rug. So even if Nancy
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the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. use poison because “who wants to hang out could still be charged with plagiarism.
with a sick husband?” If I were in her blood-spattered shoes, I’d be
Crown Realty (1989) inc., Brokerage Nancy’s latest addition to her series of staying up late and banging out Husbands
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Continued from page two... North Shore Search & Rescue

between 15 and 21 of her closest with manslaughter and criminal Road Toll A Success
relatives including three of her possession of a weapon. With The North Shore Search & donations from service clubs
four husbands. It got so bad she very few women in this world
had to rent people to come to willing to admit they wear Rescue Unit based out of and other supporters to
her birthday parties. anything larger than a size 7 ½
Women have also become shoe, Anna’s real punishment Espanola has to raise 100% maintain its active status.
infamous for selecting unique came when the media revealed
weapons with which to kill men. she had feet the size of snow of their own funds to operate The funds will go towards
After arguing with her drunken shoes.
husband who wouldn’t get off In Cleveland, Ohio, the very every year. insurance, equipment, training
the couch, a Russian woman large Mia Landingham killed
in St. Petersburg kicked the her very small, long-time To that end, a road toll and ongoing related costs.
lever which activated the spring boyfriend after a relationship
mechanism which folded the marred by domestic abuse. was held on Highway 6 at Photo - Members of the North
unit up into the wall. Then How? Mia sat on the man and
she went shopping. When then … No, that was it! She Espanola’s south end on Shore Search & Rescue were
the woman returned to the just sat on him and smothered
apartment three hours later she the little guy to death. Saturday, November 17th. out for a road toll on Saturday,
told police she was surprised Pleading guilty to involuntary
not to hear her husband snoring. manslaughter, Mia received Several members of the November 17th.
(Ladies, if you too suffer three years probation and 100
sleep deprivation because of a hours of community service. unit collected money from
snoring husband, first try those It was likely the first time
silly strips you stick across his evidence was ever introduced motorist and with plenty of
nose.) Rescue workers said the in a U.S. court of law as Buttock
man died instantly and upside A and But-tock B. traffic heading to Manitoulin
down with his head between the Said the remorseful Mia
cushions. Landingham: “I just want to Island for the annual deer
After a stormy relationship, say I’m sincerely sorry.”
Anna Rhinehart, 40 confronted Yeah, but not as sorry as the hunt, the fundraising was a
her 51-year-old ex-boyfriend boyfriend whose lights went
on a street in Brooklyn, N.Y., out where the sun doesn’t success.
at three in the morning. A shine. Man, what a way to go!
tussle ensued. Anna claimed “Hey, get off of me! Seriously, In all, $5,000 was raised.
the man punched her in the get the hell… holy cow it’s
mouth, knocking out her two dark in here.” The unit also receives
front teeth. Witnesses testified Men! You can’t live with ’em
that the 220-pound Anna first and you can’t kill ’em because Be A Santa To A Senior Campaign
sat on her boyfriend and then there will always be paperwork. Underway In Espanola
clubbed him to death with her For comments, ideas and
size 12 high heel shoes. (Hey, copies of The Legend of Zippy Making Christmas for seniors will be delivered to them just
they don’t call them “stilettos”
for nothing!) Anna was charged Chippy, go to a bit merrier is part of an in time for the holiday.
www.williamthomas.ca
annual campaign, Be a Santa PHOTO: The Santa to a

to a Senior Campaign in Senior Campaign is underway

Espanola. in Espanola to make the

Marcella Yusko says people season merrier for young at

can designate a specific gift to heart citizens. Photo supplied

a senior, which will be picked

up for delivery by December

14th.

She adds the paper ornaments

are now at the Espanola Post

Office, Donna’s Hair Studio,

Brokerlink, Caisse Populaire

and Pet Valu to fill out for a

senior.

The public can choose from

132 different gifts they wish to

give to a specific senior and it

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Continued from front page...

In Memorium Balls Now For Sale In Espanola

towards a new important piece shop will be open a little later

of hospital equipment, a new in the evenings on Thursdays,

ultrasound machine that has until 7:00pm to accommodate

been installed in the hospital. people working the day shift.

She adds $27,000 was raised Lafrance says the bulbs

from various auxiliary will also be placed on the In

initiatives in the last year Memorium Tree that will be

to offset the cost of new set up at the hospital. After

Science Fair Around The Corner At equipment and they hope to December 22nd, the bulbs can
Espanola School
raise around the same amount be picked up and either turned

through 2019. back over to the auxiliary or

Showcasing students’ Demonstration, Engineering Also, to accommodate used to grace the trees of the
and traditional Experimental
interest in science and Process Projects, but shoppers, the hospital gift purchasers at home.
students in Grades 7 and 8
engineering will be the will only be permitted to
prepare an Engineering or
focus for students in Grades an Experimental project.
He adds the fair is voluntary
4 to 8 during a Science Fair and all projects will be Rainbow Schools Host Embrace Diversity:
judged, and prizes awarded Free To Be Me Conference
to be held at an Espanola to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
finishers in each category.
School.

AB Ellis Public School The 10th annual symposium for workshops, including Be a
Global Citizen; Behind the
principal, Michael Bellrose, the LGTBQ2S community was Curtain: Queering Theatre for
the Stage Frightened; Being
says the fair is set for hosted by the Rainbow District Trans and Fabulous in School;
Raising Awareness about
December 14th. School Board in Sudbury. Poverty; Greater Sudbury Police
Service and the LGBT2SQAI+
He adds it will include The Embrace Diversity: Free to Community; Live Your
Truth; My First Purpose in
Be Me Conference took place Life: Anishinaabemowin and
Cultural Teachings; and Yoga.
on Thursday, November 22nd School leaders, athletic council
members, school councils, and
from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm at Gay Straight Alliances from
Rainbow secondary schools
Lockerby Composite School in participated
“This important event is part
Sudbury. of Rainbow District School
Board’s ongoing efforts to
On the cusp of its tenth make equity and inclusive
education a priority for all,”
anniversary, Embrace says Superintendent Judy
Noble. “Students come together
Diversity: Free to Be Me has to address issues and brainstorm
solutions to increase a sense of
expanded to include poverty, safety and belonging in their
schools and communities.”
race, culture and disabilities. She adds: “Once again,
participants will walk away
Students from Espanola High with important tools they can
use for the benefit of all students
and Manitoulin Secondary also in Rainbow Schools.”
Superintendent Noble praised
took part. the organizing committee for
its efforts, including Vanessa
The day’s events kicked off at Caddel, Andrew Ferri, Patrick
Hopkin, Kimberly Lawson,
10:00 am with a keynote address Sandy MacEwan, Calvin
Makela, Mackenzie Marshall
by Sudbury entrepreneur Ryan and Kristina Rivard Gobbo.

Benoit, owner of The Positive

Inception. Born with cerebral

Espanola Lions Club president Grant Lewis presented a palsy, Ryan made it his life’s
cheque for $1000 to Manitoulin Centennial Manor’s Tree
of Lights making the Espanola Lions Club a Platinum goal to never let his disability
Level Sponsor for 2018. Accepting the generous donation
on behalf of the Tree of Lights is Manor Board Rep Wendy get in the way of his dreams.
Gauthier.
While enrolled in the sports
The One Tot Stop Day Care,A.B.Ellis Site
has Infant and Toddler spaces available. administration program at

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launched his retail business.
or email [email protected]
www.onetotstop.com What began as a hobby has

Massey: 705-865-3281 • Espanola: 705-869-3282 since turned into a full-time job.
Email: [email protected] • www.onetotstop.com
Ryan worked hard to develop
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a brand that would serve to

encourage others to realize their

potential, always do their best,

and to be their own role model.

His ultimate goal is to make the

world a better place.

Throughout the day, students

took part in a variety of

Makerspace Program a Hit at Sacred Heart Espanola Senior Boys Win NOSSAVolleyball

Sacred Heart Catholic School what they have learned with Photo - Back row: Asst Coach: Cole Finch, Taylor Fowler, Wyatt Fremlin,
in Espanola is very grateful their peers,” said Grade 5 Caleb Parks, Kayleb Venne, Liam Morais, Tony Ko Wong, Ryleigh Labelle.
and excited with the ongoing teacher, Laurie Donnelly.
results of a province-wide While Makerspace provides Front Row: Head Coach: Gary Vermeer, Matthew Cyr, Kyle Preuss, Paul
initiative implemented during many connections to STEAM Cormier, Peter Toulouse
the 2017-2018 school year. (Science, Technology,
The learnings are being Engineering, Arts and By Nancy Waddell Parks - and having all the pressure on
acknowledged, sustained and Mathematics) education On Thursday, November 15th their backs, the crowd lifted
celebrated because the initiative concepts, Sacred Heart has been the Senior Boys Volleyball the team in the second set and
has been fully embraced able to modify their particular team from the Espanola High they battled back from a deficit
by both students and staff. model by incorporating the School did what no other to take the win.  Once the sets
Sacred Heart was one of Ontario Catholic School Senior boys volleyball team were tied at one a piece you
just thirteen schools in the Graduate Expectations. had done before them.  They could see the confidence and
province to be trained to “We have added Religion won the Northern Ontario determination in the eyes
create a makerspace which to our Makerspace title, so Championship (NOSSA) for of the players to make their
is a physical environment we now have a STREAM volleyball and earned the goal and dream of getting
that fosters opportunities room. Recently, one class was right to compete this week in to OFSSA a reality.  Every
for hands-on learning and exploring the connection of Belleville at the provincial level player gave more than they
creation, often enabled by plastic in our waterways and championships (OFSSA).  The had, and they did it willingly
emerging technologies. oceans as we consider our Espanola High School team for each of their team mates. 
The Espanola school received role as global citizens and won the North Shore division It was an absolute pleasure
a grant of $25,000 to create stewards of Mother Earth. the week before finishing to watch as team mates dove
its Makerspace. This allowed This led to a call, from the the season without losing a to save a play, blocked their
for the purchase of ten iPads, students, for more litter- single set to any other team opponents’ spikes with grace
robots such as Bee Bots, Dash free lunches,” said Withers. in their 6 team division.  The and spiked the ball with power
& Dot, Cubelets and Ozobots, A benefit of having a competition heated up for the and skill.  As the Spartans
a 3D printer, circuit building Makerspace area in a school is NOSSA final.  The Spartans won the second set the crowd
kits, sewing materials and Lego that there are few limits to what had to meet 2 Sudbury schools: could sense the third and final
packages. The funding also activities can be performed. College Notre Dame, and St. victory was within grasp.  You
allowed for staff to learn about Teachers are encouraged to Benedicts along with West could hardly hear yourself
the technology and to plan first try a ‘no technology Ferris from North Bay.  The think in the gym and the home
lessons that connected to the task’ and then progress small-town team defeated all town team did not disappoint. 
curriculum and incorporated toward medium technology three city schools in the round Finishing off the game in
the ‘Maker Mindset’. and high technology tasks. robin to face Notre Dame in the style, the team accomplished
“Before our participation in At Sacred Heart, the goal championship late in the day.  what they had started out to
the Makerspace project, there this year is for all students The atmosphere in the high do at the start of the season:
were small pockets of these to work in the Makerspace school gym was electric.  The represent Northern Ontario at
kinds of activities happening area at least once a week. high school band was playing in the provincial championships. 
in our school. Now, there are “I wish we could go to the stands, the crowd packed in Well done Spartans, well done
intentional lessons happening Makerspace every day,” said and the cow bells were ringing.  coaches, for a small group
across all grades. These tasks Grade 5 student, Mika Haikara. The Spartans came out a little of northern boys you have
encourage global competencies “We are truly blessed to have tight and found themselves brought pride to your school
like collaboration, problem- an enthusiastic staff that values down early in the first set to and your town, and your
solving and improving ideas. flexible, collaborative learning a talented team from Notre parents.  GOOD LUCK AT
Often, students embed the spaces where students can Dame.  After losing the first set OFSSA.
technology into their work gather to hypothesize, explore
with little direction from the and experiment to further and Around&About November 27, 2018 Page 5
teacher,” said Sacred Heart deepen their own learning. So
Principal, Syndy Withers. glad to observe students self-
Makerspace activities and motivated and determined to
challenges are open-ended working towards a solution
and allow for differentiated of a problem. Through the
instruction. Most tasks use of makerspaces, Sacred
are highly engaging, Heart Catholic School invites
requiring collaboration, curiosity, inspires wonder,
inquiry, communication encourages playfulness and
skills and, perhaps most celebrates unique solutions,”
importantly, innovation. said School Superintendent,
“Students love using their Maria Esposito.
Makerspace time to pursue Sacred Heart is extremely
their passion projects. Some grateful for the support of the
students are learning to Ministry of Education, and the
code, others are constructing University of Ontario Institute
models and some are even of Technology and Council of
learning to sew. All students Ontario Directors of Education
selected an area of interest which developed and funded
and they are excited to share the Makerspace pilot project.

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behind the car wash. Call 705-869- at 1:00 p.m. from 10 AM up until the time of Funeral Mass at 11 AM. Interment
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NOTICE THANK YOU: We would like
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HAIRSTYLIST AMANDA gratitude to all our friends and
FAIRBURN MOVED TO NEW family on behalf of our mother Lois
LOCATION— I am pleased to McGregor. Your love, prayers and
announce that I have moved to a generosity hold deep in our hearts!
new location at Donna’s Hair Studio As she would say “Bye for now,
120 Tudhope Street, Espanola. Love you.” Tammy McGregor-
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Recipe Espanola Game And Fish Big Buck Night - KC Hall Upstairs
auditorium Thursday, November 29. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
I was given this recipe last Anyone wanting to bring in old sheds (antlers) with good story to
year from a reader but it tell please do so! All members welcome!
was after the holidays, so Fundraiser Lunch—From Soup to Tomatoes- Lunch will be
I decided to save it and put available. Friday, November 30 from 10am-1:30. Elks Hall,
it in this year’s paper as Espanola. Call 705-862-7991 ext 4231 for more info.
Christmas approaches. She Journey To Bethlehem - Join us for an outdoor presentation., the
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other traditional fruit cake recipes. You can add or omit Located in downtown Mindemoya. Free will offering.
ingredients to customize it to your liking. St. Georges Anglican Church Christmas Bake Sale – Saturday,
December 1 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Espanola Mall.
Easy Mincemeat Fruitcake Free Indoor Pickle Ball - Mondays 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. & Saturdays
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Espanola High School Gym. Begins
• 1 jar (750 ml) E. D. Smith Mincemeat Saturday, November 3. Contact Mike 705-662-5859 or Greg 705-
• 1 ½ cups water 863-2684
• 2 eggs, lightly beaten
• 1 15 oz can Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk Do you have a NOTE for the Community?
• 1 cup glazed red cherries (optional)
• 1 cup glazed or sugared pineapple (optional) We invite not-for-profit organizations to submit information on
• 1 cup coarsely chopped nuts their upcoming events in writing no later than
• 2 cups mixed candied fruits Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. 25 Word Limit.
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• 1 tsp baking soda
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In a medium size pot pour Celebrates The Birth Of Jesus Christ
in the mincemeat and
break it up. Over medium Is there anything as lovely as Anglican Church, and then later
heat add the water and a cantata at Christmas? The that day at 7:00 pm at St. Jude
stir until lumps disappear. Espanola Festival Choir is Parish Church.
Boil for one minute. Stir, preparing for their new Cantata: Monday, December 3rd will
and let cool. Preheat oven The First Noel, Celebrating the see them at the Espanola
to 300 degrees. In a large Birthday of a King. United Church for a 7:00 pm
bowl combine the eggs, Choirmaster, Valerie Brill, says performance.
mincemeat, Eagle Brand milk, fruit and nuts. In another this will be the 40th year the On Thursday, December 6th
bowl combine the flour and baking soda. Fold the dry Cantata has been performed in they will be performing at
ingredients into the wet. Butter 2 loaf pans, line with waxed Espanola and the North Shore. 7:00 pm for the seniors at the
paper, butter the paper. Pour batter into the pans. Bake for Part of the celebration will be Espanola Seniors Drop-In
2 hours until tops are golden and center springs back when their unveiling of the new white Centre.
lightly touched. Cool, turn out of pan and remove paper. stoles to go with their bright red Next up is a Sunday performance
choral gowns. on December 9th at 11:00 am at
Sacred Heart Daycare Centre ‘The First Noel’ is a celebration the Lighthouse.
of the birth of Christ the King and The last performance of the
INFANT, TODDLER, PRESCHOOL is set to be performed at many of cantata will take place at 7:00
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL the different churches in the area pm on Sunday, December 9th
from Sunday, December 2nd to at Zion Lutheran Church in
Financial Assistance is available for those who qualify Sunday, December 9th. There Massey.
For more information, please call will only be six performances, While there is never a charge
spread over eight days. for the performances a free will
705-869-3171 It all starts on December 2nd offering to cover the costs of the
at 10:30 am at St. George’s choir would be appreciated..
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