Manitoulin Expositor Classifieds

Have you a DRINKING PROBLEM? Maybe Alcoholics Anonymous can help you. Meetings Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8 pm at St. Bernard’s Church, Little Current.

NEW MEETING!! Adult Children of Alcoholics-ACA, every Tuesday at 7 pm in the Manitoulin Community Withdrawal Management Service, 17 Meredith Street East, Little Current.

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. To receive adult or youth/parent information on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, more commonly known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or to volunteer with our Association, please contact: The Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Association of Ontario. Tel: 416-222-8820 or 1-877-632-6682 (outside GTA) or write to: Ste. 402, 170 Donway West, Toronto, ON M3C 2G3. Please visit our web site at:

Parkinson’s Disease Support Group. For those affected by the disease and their caregivers, meetings will be the third Thursday of every month, 1:30 – 3:30 pm. Mindemoya Public Library (at the Municipal office building), Mindemoya. Call Marilyn at 705-368-0756, Ext 238 if there are any questions. All welcome.

Manitoulin Family Resources offers programs to support and promote positive family relationships on Manitoulin and the North Shore. Violence against Women Services: Haven House Shelter, Outreach Counseling Crisis Line 705-377-5160; Toll Free Crisis Line 800-465-6788; Children’s Services: Manitoulin Best Start Hub, Child Care 705-368-3400; Help Centre: Treasures Thrift Shop, Food Bank 705-377-5532; Administration 705-377-5532.

Are you concerned about someone’s drinking? Al-Anon has one purpose: Welcoming, giving hope and comfort to help family and friends of alcoholics. Changed attitudes can aid recovery. Stepping Stones Al-Alon Group: Thursdays at 7 pm in the library room at the Missionary Church, 51 Young Street, Mindemoya, 705-377-4892/705-377-5138. Espanola Al-Anon, Tuesdays at 7 pm, Anglican Church, 213 Tudhope Street, Espanola, 705-869-6595.

Questions or concerns about diabetes? We can help. Please contact the MHC Diabetes Training and Care Centre. Individual and group appointments available with a registered nurse or dietitian certified in diabetes education. Clinics in Little Current, Mindemoya, Silver Water, Gore Bay and Manitowaning. Please call 705-368-2300 ext. 2415 for more information. Self-referrals accepted.

N.A. meetings are now being held at the Manitoulin Health Centre! Use main front door and take elevator to the right up to 3rd floor. Meeting will be in the multi-purpose room first door to your left. All Monday evenings at 7pm. Info call 705-368-0058.

Gateway To Life Church, 9 am to 10 am; Gateway Kidz Ages 4-12. 10:30 am; Sunday Worship. 7 pm; Tuesday Bible Study. Affiliated with the P.A.O.C., 22 Vankoughnet Street East, P.O. Box 681, Little Current, Ontario P0P 1K0. Pastor Philip Hovi 705-368-0245, email


Four winter tires, excellent condition, 235/70 R-16 with rims, $800 obo. Call Lou at 705-368-3268 or cell 705-690-8962.

Dry firewood: ash, $100/cord; poplar, $75/cord. Cut, split and delivered. Call 705-869-7583 (cell) leave a message.

Two Vicon round balers, a 1210 and a 1211. 4’x 5’ bales, soft core. For more information call 705-869-3279.

Myers snow plow, heavy duty comes with a 1993 GMC 1/2 ton 4X4, needs transmission work. $2,500 obo. Phone 705-377-5664.

Solid Oak faced kitchen cabinets. Has a 16’4″ long X 7’2″ L shaped countertop. Sale includes inserted stove and dishwasher and top mounted custom solid oak shelves. All drawers come with high quality ball bearing sliders and the corner cupboard has multi hinged doors for easy access. Excellent set of cupboards which are not very old and are in excellent condition to be re-homed. Includes dishwasher and stove in good condition. Stove has self-cleaning oven and is clean. Asking $2,000 obo. Please call Brian at 705-282-1321 for additional information.


Donate your old car or truck or farm tractor, etc., or even an old metal boat to our church. We can send a truck right to you to pick these up, and in return you will receive an income tax receipt for the scrap value of your donation to St. Bernard’s Church, Little Current. Please, no smaller items such as fridges, stoves, hot water tanks, etc. Contact Tony Ferro at 705-368-3066 or Jim Griffin at 705-859-2289.


Newly renovated two-bedroom apartment, 34 Draper Street, Little Current, full-sized family room, kitchen, close to all amenities. Asking $850/month plus utilities. Call Mike at 416-906-4138.

Quality indoor and outdoor storage for boats, travel trailers, ATVs, etc. Call Jen at 705-929-7949.

Beautiful new duplex for rent. Three-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, located in Kagawong. To view contact Jaime at 705-690-5772.

Gorgeous 1 bdrm apt in Little Current. Prime location, close to downtown and park, large private deck, all appliances and furnishings included. Short and long term lease available. For viewing appointment call 705-368-1866.

Two retail spaces available for rent: 1000 sq. feet storefront; 880 sq. feet restaurant/café. Email:

Ground floor furnished studio apartment, close to downtown Gore Bay with parking. Includes bed, fridge, stove and microwave, couch and dressers. Available Immediately. No smoking. No pets. Call 705-348-2623 for details.

Retail Space for Rent in M’Chigeeng, across from UCCM police. Great for coffee shop, conditions apply. Info


Looking to rent property up to 100 acres for deer hunting in Central Manitoulin and around Gore Bay area for October and November 2017 and possibly every year after that. Please email: or phone 705-690-3583.


Manitoulin Family Resources’ Treasures Thrift Shop is having a “January Clearance Bag Sale” from Wednesday, January 11 to Wednesday, January 25; $10 per bag. Open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 am to 2 pm, Wednesday 7 pm to 9 pm.

Taoist Tai Chi Openhouse and Introductory Class on Friday, February 3 from 10 am to noon. Beginner Class starts Tuesday, February 7 to May 23 from 10 am to noon at the Sheguiandah Seniors’ Hall, Hwy. 6 and Townline Road. For more information call Jean at 705-377-5845.

Calling All Ladies: The U.C.W. of Little Current United Church cordially invites women of the community to join us at the Church hall on Wednesday afternoons, any time between 2 pm to 4 pm, for coffee, muffins and conversation! Starting on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 for the months of January, February and March. Help us keep the winter blues away. Come and bring a friend!

Have you ever tried to read the entire Bible in a year? Have you started, but lost the desire and motivation to finish? Well, make this year the year that you start it and stick with it. By reading for 20 minutes a day, you will read the Bible from cover to cover in one year, and be able to better understand Bible teachings and ideas for yourself. For a free daily Bible reading guide, please contact the Christadelphians at or 705-377-6620 or P.O. Box 167, Manitowaning, ON P0P 1N0 or visit

Howland Seniors’ Valentine’s Roast Pork Dinner at Sheguiandah Hall, Sunday, February 12 at 5 pm. Adults, $18; 12 years and under, $10. Only 100 tickets available. For tickets call Dale at 705-368-2855 or Myrna at 705-368-3638.

Manitoulin Horse Club Annual Meeting, Sunday, January 22, 5:30 pm at Orr’s Valumart in Little Current. Check out our facebook page or call 705-282-3634.

Welcome girls, young and older. You are invited to join us for a light breakfast, girl talk, crafts, prayer time and devotionals at Gateway to Life Church, 22 Vankoughnet St. on January 21 at 9:30 am. Hope to see you there!

Community Appreciation Dinner (turkey dinner with all the trimmings and entertainment) hosted by Mindemoya Pastoral Charge on Friday, January 20, 2017 from 5 pm to 8 pm at the Mindemoya United Church. Cost FREE. Please RSVP by phoning, emailing or texting 705-348-2229 or

Manitoulin Health Centre Auxiliary “Too Many Books” sale is on Friday, January 27 (5 pm to 8 pm) and Saturday, January 28 (9 am to 2 pm) in the cafeteria at Little Current Hospital. There is a great selection of new titles. Jigsaws are also available.

Tehkummah Senior’s Club Sweetheart Dinner and Dance, February 4. Chicken breast dinner, 6 pm; dance, 8 pm to 12 am. Dinner tickets: adults, $16; children 6-12 years, $8; under 5 years, free. Dinner and dance: $25. Dance Ticket: $10. Band: Robbie Shawana. Licensed bar, 50/50 at dance. Limited tickets available. For tickets call: Linda at 705-859-3579 or Marg at 705-859-3738. Tickets held at door cost $2 extra.

Win a Dinner for Two – The Expositor office’s annual Valentines Poetry Contest is now under way. Please submit to The Manitoulin Expositor office by Friday, February 3rd. As usual, the winning poet will be able to take their sweetheart to a Manitoulin Restaurant of their choice, courtesy of the Expositor. Submissions to, fax to 705-368-3822, or mail to PO Box 369, Little Current, Ontario P0P 1K0.


Royal Canadian Legion Branch #177 Little Current winter hours: Closed Sundays and Mondays until further notice. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 4 pm to closing.

Valentines Buffet Dinner, Tuesday, February 14 at the Little Current Legion Branch 177. Two sittings: 5 pm and 6:30 pm. Advanced tickets only. Price: $15 per person, for tickets call Linda 705-368-2465 or may be purchaed at the Legion. Deadline for tickets February 11. Buffet includes chicken, baked potato, salad, dessert, tea or coffee. Come and celebrate this special day and support Legion Br. 177

Legion Fundraiser. 8-ball pool tournament at the Little Current Legion. Saturday, January 28. Registration at 12 pm to 12:45 pm; first break at 1 pm. Entry fee is $15, rules based on Legion and V.N.E.A Regulations. Co-ordinator Norris Valiquette, 705-368-1717.


#348 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps: Sea Cadets meeting each Monday from 6:30 pm to 9 pm, Little Current Public School, ages 12 to 18. For information call 705-368-2031.


The family of Sally Lachapelle would like to thank everyone who helped to celebrate her life, for the flowers, the donations and personal messages. Thank you to the pallbearers and to Gloria and Tony at Island Funeral Hone. A special thank you to the staff at Manitoulin Centennial Manor for their excellent care of Sally for over four years. It may have been a little deal to you, but it was a big deal to us.

Toots McDermid, Porky and Lila Lockyer, Dean and Darlina Lockyer

Fred, Dorothy and families would like to thank friends and family for their acts of kindness, phone calls, visits, food, donation cards and more when their brother Jim Armstrong passed away Novemeber 11, at the Barrie Hospital after a long battle with cancer. Jim was very thankful for all the care he received while he lived at home in Manitowaning for the last year and a half. Thank you.

I wish to thank everyone for their cards, calls and words of concern to us in the loss of my sister. Manitoulin was her second home. We miss her.

Ron Towns


LEACH–In loving memory of David Wayne Leach (Whitey and G.D.), October 23, 1943 to January 8, 2016.

It’s still like a bad dream since you passed that day.

Missing you is the hardest part, it never goes away.

I thank God for our children and good friends.

They are always near by, by phone or by car they are not very far.

They try to keep me busy, like you were all the time, and to occupy my mind.

I must go on without you, but you’ll never be forgotten

Because I know you are wth me all the time.

We love you always. Rest in Peace.

All our love,

Tammy, Stacey, Wayne, Donald, Lorne, Craig, Kathy, their husbands and wives, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and wife Esther. Love always.

SMITH–In memory of a dear dad, John R. Smith, July 12, 1919 – January 21, 1996.

If I could write a story

It would be the greatest ever told

Of a kind and loving father

Who had a heart of gold.

If I could write a million pages

But still be unable to say, just how

Much I love and miss him

Every single day.

I will remember all he taught me,

I’m hurt but won’t be sad

Because he’ll send me down the answers

And he’ll always be MY DAD.

Forever loved and missed by your daughter Marilyn

ROBINSON–In memory of Ruth Laurene Robinson, August 31, 1929 to January 23, 2006.

A million times I’ve needed you,

A million times I’ve cried.

If love could have saved you,

You never would have died.

Things we feel most deeply

Are the hardest things to say.

My dearest one I loved you

In a very special way.

If I could have one lifetime wish,

One dream that could come true,

I’d pray to God with all my heart

For yesterday and you.

Carl and family

RUSSELL–In loving memory of Frederick Leland Russell, January 27, 1923 to January 19, 2007.

WW 2 Veteran

Lincoln Welland Regiment

He went away without farewell,

He said goodbye to none.

But Heaven’s gate was open wide

And a loving voice said “Come.”

Beside his grave we often stand.

Our hearts are tired and sore.

But through the gloom

There come the words:

“Not dead, just gone before.”

Always in our hearts, Beulah Russell and family

RUSSELL–In loving memory of Frederick Leland Russell, January 27, 1923 to January 19, 2007.

Time speeds on, ten years have passed

Since death its gloom, its shadow cast

Within our home, where all seemed bright,

And took from us a shining light.

We miss that light, and ever will,

His vacant place there is none to fill.

Down here we mourn, but not in vain,

For up in heaven we will meet again.

Karlie is now 12 and dad would be so proud of her

and his other great-grandchildren

Loved and missed by Barbara and Keith Flaherty and family


Clover valley farm for sale by owner. 140 acres, 60 excellent hay or pasture remaining land mixed forest. Older functional barn, small drive shed, small garage. Heated with oil and wood. Four bedrooms, nicely refinished. Price $300,000. Respond to

Private: House for sale (Sudbury). 2 + 1 bedroom, two bath, waterfront property on beautiful McCrea Lake off Hwy 69N Val Caron, 10 minutes north of the corner of Lasalle and Notre Dame. Many upgrades. See for more information or call 705-222-7653. Sign #131910.

One-bedroom house for sale. Fully renovated with new doors, siding, roof, gutters, windows, flooring, lighting, and all rooms re-painted. Within walking distance to downtown. Affordable living space for senior, as a starter home, or investment property. Asking $74,900. Call 705-368-2664 for more information or to view. Also listed on Kijiji.


WANTED TO BUY, HOUSE on Manitoulin Island. Looking for a closing date of first week of February 2017. Moving back to Canada the first of February. Have $100,000 cash, so can spend up to $95,000 on the house. I have no furniture or anything else, so anything useable and good left with the house would be great. Up to three bedroom and two bath is what I would like but not limited to. Do not want a townhouse, row or duplex. Looking for a house with a yard. There is 12 hours difference from me to you. My email address is


MAT.6:33: “Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness and these things (prosperity, peace, health happiness) shall be added unto you.” The word righteousness simply means living right or living in obedience to God’s word. God offers all kinds of blessings, but only those who make it their priority to seek God’s Kingdom and righteousness will receive them. This time of year we hear a lot of well wishes; joy to the world, peace on earth, happy new year, and many people make new year resolutions and I wish everyone all the blessings that God has available for him or her. But in order to receive God’s blessings a person has to first make up his mind that he is going to find out what the will of God is, EPH. 5:17 and is going to do it. So if you are going to make a new years resolution, let it be that you are going to do the will of God. HEBR.10:36 says: “that after doing the will of God you may receive the promise.” In Mat.7:21 Jesus says: “not every one who calls me Lord, Lord, will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only those who do the will of my father in heaven.” IS.1:19 says:” if you are willing and obedient, you shall eat the good of the land (receive blessing).” DEUT.28:1-15: “if you diligently obey my commandments (all ten) all these blessings will come upon you, etc” what I am saying is that all God’s blessings, including health (mental, emotional, physical and spiritual) joy, peace, happiness and prosperity are available for everyone. But only those who obey God, keep his commandments and do God’s will, will receive them. On the other hand God punishes sin (sin is disobeying God’s commandments or not doing his will). In Noah’s Days God punished sin with the flood, in Lot’s Days God punished Sodom and Gomorrah with destruction by fire. EPH.5:6 says: “Because of their sins the wrath of God comes on the children of disobedience.” DEUT.28:15 says: If you will not obey Yahweh your God and are not careful to do all his commandments, all these curses shall come upon you, etc.” In REV.16 the seven bowls of God’s wrath are poured out on sinners. Now Yahweh God is the same today he loves you, but has to be true to his word and punish sin. DEUT.30:19 says: “I call heaven and earth as witnesses that I have set before you life and death blessings and curses, therefore choose life that both you and your children may live (receive the blessings)”. Whether you receive the blessings or curses is a choice and only you can make that choice By choosing to obey God’s commandments and instructions you choose life and blessings and by choosing to disobey God’s commandments and instructions, you choose death and the curses. Like Adam and Eve who could choose between the tree of life and the tree of knowledge of good and evil you can choose, but once a choice is made you do not have any control over the results. When you step on the gas pedal the car speeds up, when you step on the brake the car slows down or stops. Every choice has a consequence. Think before you act, meditate on God’s word and choose to obey it, and blessings will be the result. May God bless you, sincerely in Christ, Hank Reckman, Prophet of Manitoulin, search for truth Biblical Ministries, Box 210 M’Chigeeng, Ontario P0P 1G0