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.
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: www.meao.ca.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult Children of Alcoholics meetings – The Courage to Change ACA group meets Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm at the Elders’ Centre, 11108A Hwy 6, Sheguiandah First Nation. This is a 12 Step, 12 Tradition program for adults who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. We meet to share our experience and recovery in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
Seed garlic, ripe tomatoes and rough hardwood lumber, air dried four years, maple, oak and ash, 1” x 6” x 8’, lots of maple, 1” x 6” x 8’, 1” x 8” x 8’. Call 705-618-0161.
7” stainless steel chimney, three pieces 36” long, one 18” with rain cap, $250. Casement window, 51” x 42”, $100. Call 705-207-0086 and leave a message.
Hay for sale, small square bales of hay with no rain. Stored inside a barn. Call 705-377-4998.
Elmira Sweetheart cookstove for sale. Call 705-377-7325.
Vintage pair of club chairs possibly from late 40s or early 50s. Beige in colour with small floral pink and gold pattern with dark wood trim. Clean and in good condition. $75 for the pair. Call 705-859-1502.
Massage table (Earthlite) with facehole, armrest, Reiki, excellent condition. Fully equipped with triggerpoint and muscle charts, heat pad (Thermophore), support blocks; also with miscellaneous sheets, towels, facehole and other covers. Plus miscellaneous supplies. $300 takes all! Also brown loveseat, $150; padded boot bench with ball/claw feet, $100. Call Little Current, 705-368-2814.
26’ Fleetwood Prowler/Lite RV. Propane and electric, sleeps 7-8, good condition, hardly used. Asking $5,000. Call 705-368-1494 for more information.
1997 SkiDoo Formula Z 583, in very good shape, seat has a small tear in it, kept out of the weather year around, lots of kick to this baby. Asking $1,600. Can contact Darren at 705-368-3173 if interested or have any questions.
2- 4’ x 8’ cement board; 2- 6’ electric base board heaters; meat saw; 1 box J trim; 705-285-0756 after 4 pm.
1999 Grand Cherokee Jeep in good shape. If interested please phone 705-377-4076 and ask to speak to Jack.
Moving out sale: sofa and chair set with ottoman, 2 matching reclining armchairs, pine coffee and end tables, Ikea-style chair, glider and ottoman, dining set with buffet/hutch, 2 dressers, stereo with turntable and floor speakers, VCR, new electric lift/recliner chair, cub cadet 17 cu.ft. trailer, bar fridge. Call Dan 705-368-2570.
Shore Master Cantilever boat lift, 4,000 lbs. New $5,200, asking $2,500 firm. Call 705-859-2080 or 519-371-1236.
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.
To whomever you are, I want a clock fixer. My clock must be 100 years old with a key wind-up. I think the springs are wound up too tight. I want it to run forever. I hope you can do it? I live in Little Current, 48 Little Current Place, beside the Catholic Church. Phone 705-368-0097, Clarence St. Jacques, Apt. 2.
Garage Sale, September 23, 8 am to 1 pm at the Little Current United Church. All proceeds to Mission and Service Funds.
Community Yard Sale, Saturday, September, 23 (raindate Sunday, September 24), 9 am to 1:30 pm at Laura Lane, 8 km south of Gore Bay off Hwy 542. Large assortment for all ages.
1000 sq. ft. commercial space available downtown Little Current. Street grade access, modern interior finish, extensive off street parking. Available immediately! Call Steve at 705-368-2381.
1,000 sq. ft. commercial ground floor space, 15 Worthington Street, downtown Little Current. Parking spaces available. Phone Bryan at 705-348-1167 or Brad at 705-869-8125.
Storage rental available in Little Current. $70 per month. 705-368-2381.
Three-bedroom Lake Manitou waterfront home for rent, available November 1, $1,200 per month plus utilities. 519-546-6438.
One bedroom apartment in great location in Little Current. Near park and downtown. Short or long term lease available. Quiet, professional building. Call 705-368-6240 for viewing appointment.
Semi-detached house, three bedrooms, large living room, dining room, kitchen, two bathrooms, laundry room, storage room, large finished rec room with wet bar, center patio, covered car port, paved driveway. For further details call Garry or Manuela at 705-368-3055. Available October 1.
Large Private Furnished Room Rental with all the extras available in quiet Little Current home just blocks from Hospital and Main Street. Call for info 705 968-0233 or email email@example.com. Everything included. Only $580!
Water, LaCloche Mountains and Sunset Vista; Large 1 bedroom Condo for rent. Naturally well-lit, open concept, waterfront condo in Little Current with quiet park setting, welcomes you to a clean and peaceful home environment! Includes: semi-furnished, fridge, stove, dishwasher, utensils, new washer and dryer, high speed internet, large flat screen TV with Bell satellite, propane fireplace, central vac, balcony, snow removal, grass cutting, parking and more. No smoking or pets. Perfect for professionals and seniors. Available October 2, $1,200 a month all-inclusive, first and last month, references. For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 705-282-7778.
Two-bedroom lakefront house for rent in Sheguiandah Bay from December 1 to July 1, $800/month plus utilities. Call Jennifer at 705-929-7949.
Wanted to Lease: Mixed farmed and wooded property for archery hunting in WMU 43B (east side of Manitoulin Island). Small group father/daughters from Sudbury. Have own climbing tree stands. With or without cabin accommodations. Contact John at 705-207-2728.
The Little Shoppe Around The Corner at Knox United Church, Manitowaning is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 3 pm. Gift items and clothing to fit all sizes. We Believe In Jesus.
Knox United Church is open for private prayer and meditation on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 3 pm until October 28. We Believe In Jesus.
Farmers’ Market Café will take place every Friday from 9 am to 12 noon at Red Roof Pavilion on the Gore Bay waterfront. Join us for a sweet treat and a beverage until October 7. See you there. All Saints Anglican Church.
Weekly Grief Support Group, Spring Bay Pentecostal Church, 9351 Hwy 542, Spring Bay. Sessions are held on Thursdays, 7 pm to 9 pm. You are welcome to begin attending our Grief Share Group at any point. Phone 705-377-5060 for more info. www.griefshare.org.
Enjoy an evening of all-Canadian music to celebrate Canada 150 on Friday, September 29 at 7:30 pm at the Espanola United Church, 137 Sheppard Street, Espanola. Local talent will perform music and poetry written by Canadians. Several choirs, vocal and instrumental solos and duets, Espanola Strings and more. Refreshments following, free-will offering.
Finding God. Emphasis on scripture, prayer, and church tradition nurtures children every step of the way on their journey to becoming disciples of Jesus and leads them into a lasting love for the church. Finding God provides all the tools to engage the whole child: mind, heart, and soul; uniquely guiding children to practice prayer and reflection, to explore scripture, and to find God in all things. Wednesday, September 20 to May 2, 2018 once a week. Ages 5 to 12 years. 4:30 pm to 6 pm at Our Lady of Canada Catholic Church in Mindemoya. Call Keith Legree at 705-968-0822.
Autumn Luncheon at St. Francis Anglican Church, Mindemoya, 11 am to 1 pm on Wednesday, September 20. Delicious lunch of sandwiches, soup and dessert. $12. Take-outs are also available. 705-210-0409.
Fundraiser Pasta Dinner, September 29, 5 pm to 6:30 pm, St. Bernard’s Church, 19 Hayward Street, Little Current. All you can eat! Price: $15. Pasta dinner with Caesar salad, garlic bread, tea, coffee and dessert. 50/50 draw. Tickets sold at the door. For more information contact email@example.com or 705-968-0822.
Huge Rummage Sale. Lyons Memorial United Church, 19 Meredith Street, Gore Bay Friday, September 22 and Saturday, September 23 from 9 am to 1 pm.
Cancer Support Group meeting Sunday, September 24 at the Anglican Church Hall, Kagawong at 1:30 pm. Any woman or family member is welcome to attend. Questions: Call 705-282-7197 or 705-282-2587.
Writers’ Open House at Gore Bay Harbour Centre on Sunday, Sept. 24 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Help launch season 12 writing projects. View locally published books, learn about new creative writing opportunities, meet island storytellers and poets. Hosted by Gore Bay Museum and Manitoulin Writers’ Circle. All ages and all genres welcome. Information 705-282-1714.
Fixing Our Felines Bake Sale, Friday, September 29, Bank of Montreal lobby, Manitowaning, 10 am until? Delicious home baking and pizza. Proceeds go towards saving our Kitties. Petite Alice and Handsome Nathan are still seeking their forever homes.
The Operation Christmas Child launch meeting is on Monday, September 25 at 7 pm at the Grace Bible Church in Little Current. All materials needed for the 20th annual collection will be available. Group, work places and individuals are welcome to attend. Refreshments provided, for more information call Laila at 705-368-2580.
Manitoulin Community Choir and the Island Singers invite you to a combined choir concert celebrating Canadian Music on September 23rd at MSS, 7:30pm $10/$20.
Federation of Agriculture Annual Dinner and Meeting at Providence Bay Community Hall on Friday, September 29, 6:30 pm. All members welcome. Please bring membership card.
The September 29 Fundraising Dance with Rick Piché and the Hawberry Boys has been cancelled. You will have to stay home, turn on the stereo and dance while you think of us.
Rick Piché and The Hawberry Boys
Blessing of the Animals Service, Sunday, October 1, Little Current United Church at 10 am. You are encouraged to bring your pet (contained) or a photo of your pet. Each pet and owner will receive an individual blessing along with a small treat for our furry friends. A prayer for all pets who passed on will also be offered. Let’s celebrate these special members of our family! If you know of other family and friends with pets who would enjoy a service of this nature, please invite them.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #177 Little Current hours: Closed Sundays and Mondays. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 4 pm to closing.
Legion Fundraiser, 8-ball Pool Tournament, Little Current Legion, Saturday, September 30. Registration: 12 pm to 12:45 pm, first break at 1 pm. Entry fee $15, rules based on Legion and V.N.E.A Regs. Co-ordinator: Norris Valiqiette 705-368-1717.
SEA CADET EVENTS
#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.
Orton Gillingham Tutor required for grade 4 student. Please inquire at 705-859-3608.
Reta Pearson’s lovely handmade quilt was won by Paula Brons of Sudbury. Net proceeds donated to The Angel Bus were $2,082.12. Thank you everyone!
In Loving Memory of
Bird–Fronnie Lois Bird, July 20, 1938 – September 22, 2016
Beloved wife of Keith for 51 years, Loving mother of Christopher (Sandralee), and Lisa (Ted Hornby). Cherished grandmother of 8 and great-grandmother of 2. Special aunt to many nieces and nephews. Beloved sister of Marlene and Arlene. Predeceased by siblings Betty, Ronald and Billy. Daughter of the late Wallace and Cindy Burnett of Little Current. Fronnie is greatly missed by family and friends.
Fronnie (nee Burnett) attended both elementary and high school in Little Current and was an avid bowler, earning the Ladies High Single trophy in her final year. She worked as a telephone operator for Bell Canada until she and Keith Bird were married in the Little Current United Church and moved to Sudbury, then to Toronto for the rest of their lives. When their family was started, Fronnie remained at home as a devoted mother to Christopher and Lisa who regularly brought friends home after school. Fronnie’s home also became a popular place for many to visit for tea and a confidential conversation. Fronnie, Keith and the children often visited the Manitoulin during summer months to enjoy friends and the company of many nieces and nephews at family gatherings. She is sadly missed and dearly loved by all who knew her.
One year has passed since that sad day,
When one we loved was called away.
God took her home. It was His will,
But in our hearts she liveth still.
Hunt Camp, 500 square feet with composting toilet on 100 acres in Assiginack Township. 4 outbuildings, $133,000; phone 705-690-9045.
Lake Mindemoya Waterfront for sale with 50 feet of water frontage, almost 1 acre lot. Shallow sandy beach frontage, currently has an older trailer and sauna house with 200 amp service. For more information call 705-368-6240.
Rule 1) When sin is the cause of a problem, this problem can only be solved by recognizing the sin, confessing it as sin, repentance (stopping that sin) and dedicating or rededicating to obey God (do God’s will). Not all problems are caused by sin, for example the persecutions Job suffered were because he was righteous, see JOB 1. Rule 2) Believing false doctrines (heresies, Satan’s lies) is a sin (see GAL 5:19-21) and this sin causes way more problems then people realize (recognize or understand). Rule 3) The problems caused by sins are many including separation from God, IS.59:1+2, the curse, GEN.3, the curses, DEUT. 28:15-65, Bondage to Satan, PROV. 5:22, JOHN 8:31-44, spiritual blindness, mental confusion, DEUT. 28:28, misunderstanding God’s word and strained relationships with those who advocate the truth. Rule 4) whether you like it or not there will be conflict between sinners and the righteous, PROV. 29:27. This is an aspect of the universal conflict between sin and righteousness or between God and Satan or between right and wrong until Jesus returns. Rule 5) If you want blessings, including health (mental, emotional, physical and spiritual.) Peace, happiness, prosperity etc. You must recognize the sins in your life and deal with them. Rule 6) the only standard or right and wrong (sin or evil) is the bible. Rule 7) Sin is a universal problem and the only way to deal with it is by accepting the bible as God’s word and the truth and deciding to obey God’s instructions and commandments. Rule 8) God’s solution to men’s sin problem is Jesus Christ’s atoning death at the cross. Rule 9) Jesus Christ is the only way through which man may be saved from sin, MAT. 1:21, ACTS 4:12, JOHN 14:6. The only way to receive salvation from sin is by a) recognizing that you are a sinner or sinning. b) confessing that sin c) repenting of that sin d) accepting Jesus Christ as your savior from sin e) identifying yourself with Jesus Christ in His death, burial and resurrection as payment for your sin by baptism (complete immersion in water) in the name of Jesus, ROM 6:1-6, ACTS 2:38. Please note neither the father nor the spirit died. So you cannot identify yourself with the Father or the Holy Spirit in their deaths. So baptism in the name of a trinity is a false doctrine and does not work. The doctrine of the trinity was developed about 300 years after the church was created. The early Christians did not have this doctrine and you don’t need it either. The word Christ means the anointed one; the anointing is the Holy Spirit. So the only real Christians are those who have received the Holy Spirit. As the only way to receive the Holy Spirit is through first faith (accepting the bible as the word of God and the truth and Jesus Christ as Lord and savior) confession, repentance, dedicating yourself to obey God and correct baptism, and over 90% of Christians have not taken these steps, there are a lot of “Christians” who are not real Christians. So over 90% of Christianity is Pseudo Christianity or counterfeit Christianity. This counterfeit Christianity in general has a very religious spirit but it is not the real thing. If you want to enter the Kingdom of God, go for the real thing and get baptized right.
Hank Reckham Prophet of Manitoulin Search for Truth Biblical Ministries Box 210, M’Chigeeng, Ontario P0P 1G0