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 email@example.com.
New Location! Adult Children of Alcoholics- ACA, Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm, 4 Directions Complex, Unit 2, Aundeck Omni Kaning. This is a 12 step, 12 tradition support group focused on understanding the specific behavior and attitude patterns developed while growing up in an alcoholic or other dysfunctional home. Love yourself.
2011 Dodge Grand Caravan, 105,000 KM, new brakes, new tires, winter tires on rims, trailer package, other extras. Asking $10,500 OBO, phone 705-859-3818.
Firewood, hard and soft wood, cedar posts, cedar rails for sale. Also check out our new and used store. Fencing, fly tape, tingley boots and more. Also selling quality seed grass. At 15 McKechnies Road, Tehkummah, 705-988-3605.
2001 Pontiac Grand Am, excellent condition, always kept in garage, rust proofed, winter tires on rims. 235,000 km. Asking $1,650, certified. 705-282-6279.
2002 Toyota 4-Runner, good shape, selling as is. $1,850 obo. Phone 705-282-5902 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bale Wrapper by Beaudoin Machineries. Solid, serviced and ready to go to the field. Hydraulically driven, reliable, in good condition, 13 horsepower Honda engine. $11,900. Call 705-282-1663.
2013 Shasta Oasis 215RB, original owner, excellent condition, queen bed, tons of storage, ac/heat, awning, aluminum rims, outdoor speakers, non-smoker, no pets, TV Bell dish. Asking $14,000. Call 705-968-0313.
Horse saddle for sale, call 705-859-3943.
1993 Yamaha 400 4×4 Kodiak 4-wheeler in running condition. Asking $3,900. Call 705-282-8221.
Poplar and cedar campfire wood by the bundle and mixed hardwood firewood by the cord available in Mindemoya. Call 705-348-1778 or email email@example.com for inquires concerning prices and delivery.
Circular sawmill with 42” blade; 18’ crestliner boat with 140 HP MerCruiser; King 15” industrial planer, 220 volt. Phone 705-210-0557.
2005 GMC Z71SLE 4×4 half ton extended cab, low kms, 5.3 engine. Good shape, asking $6,500 obo. Call 705-368-2097.
16’ Lund aluminum boat, 85HP, Yamaha two-stroke outboard, Yacht Club trailer, $5,000. Call 705-377-7086 after 7 pm.
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.
Attention everyone! We are planning an Island-wide History of Community of Christ (RLDS) event in September. We are looking for any information, pictures, or stories of people who have attended any of our Island churches for weddings, blessings, suppers, and services throughout the years. We are trying to put together a timeline of our history. Any information would be greatly appreciated. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a private message on Facebook, or feel free to post directly to our Facebook page: Providence Bay Community of Christ. Thank you very much.
Trailer in good condition for family accommodation. Call or text 289-314-7273.
Planning a yard sale in Little Current? Plan it for Canada Day, Saturday, July 1 and become a part of the town’s Canada Day Summer Fair. If you plan your yard sale for Canada Day and advertise it in the ‘Yard Sales’ classification in the June 28 edition of The Expositor, your sale will be put on a Canada Day Summer Fair yard sale map which will be available free at the tourist information/welcome centre and at downtown businesses.
Huge Yard and Bake Sale on Saturday, July 1 from 9 am to 12 noon at Our Lady of Canada Church, 6289 Hwy 542 in Mindemoya.
Moved Out Sale in Sheguiandah, Saturday, June 24, 9 am to 2 pm, 3 Dunlop Street, Sheguiandah. RAIN OR SHINE. Household items, appliances large and small, gas stove, fridge, washer, dryer. Furniture, couch and chair, dining room set, glassware and dishes. Also tools, yard tools, roof rake, leaf blower, shovels and much much more. No early birds, please!
Huge yard sale, Saturday, June 24, 9 am to 3 pm, rain or shine. We are moving after 17 wonderful years on Manitoulin Island and have much to sell: water skis, life vests, furniture, household, kitchen wares, glassware, decorative items, many pictures, lamps, books, tapes, dishes, clothing, many free items. Take Government Road to Michael’s Bay Road, Tehkummah, and follow signs to 128 Pennie Avenue. At the end of Michael’s Bay Road. Also available: 48″x90″ Ralph Lauren mahogany dining table in excellent condition, $2000; weight bench with 200 pounds plus weight, $100; like-new ping pong table. $125; 16′ Hobie Cat sailboat with beach cart, $1,000. Call 304-634-6473.
Yard Sale, Barbecue and Bake Sale, Saturday, July 1, 10 am to 3 pm, Kagawong Farmers’ Market. All proceeds to support St. John’s Anglican Church.
Garage Sale, Saturday, June 24, 19 Digby Road (off Hwy 542 east of Mindemoya), 8 am.
Multi-family yard sale. Lots of items, downsizing. Sorry, no children’s items. Friday, June 23 and Saturday, June 24 at 8:30 am at 14820 Hwy 540, Indian Point Causeway, Gordon Township.
Tool Sale for woodworkers, 35 Limit Street, Sheguiandah, 8 am to noon every day except Sunday. 705-368-1423.
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. Available July 1. Parking spaces available. Phone Bryan at 705-348-1167 or Brad at 705-869-8125.
Two-bedroom home on North Channel in Little Current for rent. $790 per month plus utilities, no pets. Available mid-August. Grass cutting and snow removal included. Call 705-368-2186.
One-bedroom basement apartment for rent in Manitowaning. Fridge, stove, utilities, heat, hydro, parking. $780 per month. Phone 705-859-3818. No smoking, No pets.
One-bedroom apartment, Rainbow Apartments in Sheguiandah, $630 plus hydro. Available July. For more info call 705-669-9564, ask for Terri.
Cottage for rent. Two-bedroom plus pull-out, on one acre at Silver Water. Boat ramp and swimming available at Silver Lake. $770 per week. Call 647-280-1307 or email email@example.com.
Modern one-bedroom apartment for rent in Little Current, balcony over looking North Channel. $700 per month, includes fridge and stove, you pay your own hydro. First and last required, available September 1. Call 705-368-1145.
Seasonal cottage on Lake Kagawong, Lakeshore Road. Beautiful location, east side, gorgeous sunsets, great swimming. Three-bedroom, one bath, $800/week, June to August. dougalco.com/cottage. Contact Dougal at 647-860-2815 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small group of hunters, maximum three, seeking land to hunt for 2017 deer season. Please contact email@example.com or 416-559-9449.
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.
The Little Shoppe Around The Corner at Knox United Church, Manitowaning now open for the season. Store hours are 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. May 19 to October 7. See you there. All Saints Anglican Church.
Attention Manitoulin craftspeople/artisans/artists/etc. You are once again invited to participate in the Little Current Canada Day Summer Fair on Saturday, July 1. Please plan on setting up your table (or booth or display) down the centre of Little Current’s front street that day as guests of the Little Current Business Improvement Association. This year, you are also invited to do the same thing on the Friday of Haweater Weekend, August 4, as guests of the Little Current Lions Club. There are no fees for either day, and publicity and advertising is looked after by the sponsor organizations. To register or for any other questions, please contact Rena Collins at 705-368-2630 (please leave a message). Email contact is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming soon! The Tehkummah Triangle Seniors Club is hosting an indoor/ outdoor farmers’ market on Fridays beginning June 30 to September 1. Time: 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. Vendors’ space still available. If interested please phone 705-859-2604 for more information.
Rummage Sale, June 23, 10 am to 2 pm, Gore Bay Anglican Church Hall. Nearly new and used clothing, books, lots of treasures, hot dog lunch. For $10 you can reserve an outside space by calling Molly at 705-282-2084. Great bargains/fun/fellowship. Something for everyone!
Something different! Something new! Coming soon to Tehkummah Triangle Seniors’ Hall. Free learning session for Bid Euchre to take place on June 22 at 1:30 pm. Regular Bid Euchre will start July 6 at 7:30 pm. Regular Bid Euchre tournaments will be on the first Thursday of every month. Cost per person is $5. Everyone welcome from far and near. Come and join in all the fun. Light lunch and refreshments following the tournaments. For more info contact Marg Case at 705-859-1375.
Stag and Doe for Daylin Wright and Ken Hill, June 24, 2017, 8 am to 1 pm, Gore Bay Community Hall. Music by Deanna Smith. Tickets are $10. Available at Madore Sports and Electronics.
The Board of Directors of Manitoulin Health Centre will be holding their next regular Board meeting on Thursday, June 22 at 7 pm in the Board Room of the Little Current hospital site. Regular meetings of the Board are open to the public to attend and observe, with the exception of in-camera issues.
Cold Turkey and Strawberry Social at the Sheguiandah Seniors’ Hall, Sheguiandah. Wednesday, July 5, with one sitting only at 5:30 pm. $15 for adults, $8 for 10 years and under. For tickets call 705-368-2855, or 705-368-3638. Take-out available: call 705-368-2589 or 705-368-0136.
Knox 140th Anniversary and Community Appreciation Celebration at the Knox United Church, Manitowaning on July 2, church service, 11:30 am followed by come-and-go luncheon and entertainment from 12:45 pm to 3 pm.
Pie Sale: Little Current United Church Kitchen. Saturday, July 1, 10 am until we sell out! A variety of homemade pies at $12 each.
Green Bay Seniors’ Hall community meeting of summer events, June 21, 7 pm.
Art Show at the N.E.M.I. Public Library, Little Current, June 20 to July 19. Featuring the work of Pauline Tofflemire: watercolours, oils and acrylics, private instruction, workshops and commission work.
A Fiddle Frenzy! Matthew and Rick Piché in concert featuring fantastic fiddling, great guitar and vibrant vocals. Wednesday, July 19 and Thursday, July 20 at 7:30 pm at St. Francis Anglican Church, Mindemoya. Tickets are $15 at Kat’s Pet Supplies in Mindemoya and The Source in Gore Bay or phone to reserve 705-210-0409. Barrier-free access at the south door.
St. Paul’s, Manitowaning celebrated Confederation 150 years ago and this year is 172 years old. The congregation of St. Paul’s invites you to begin your celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary on the church lawn at 9:30 am, July 1. Sing and rejoice at a short service of celebration. Help peal the church’s bell 150 times. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast of eggs, sausage, muffins, etc. Join in a scavenger hunt. Come in period dress or red and white. Please bring a lawn chair. Continue your festivities at the Manitowaning waterfront.
Strawberry Social, Tehkummah Hall, Saturday, June 24, 7 pm to 9 pm. Admission is $8. Come and enjoy a delicious dessert. Sponsored by Fairview Senior UCW.
Outdoor Painters/Drawers Welcome. Summer Schedule (9:30 am to 3 pm): June 21, Whitehaven Cottages; July 5, Tofflemire’s Property; July 25, Ten Mile Point Lookout; August 14, 18 Water Street, Gore Bay; August 29, Sheguiandah Churches; September 6, McLean’s Mountain; September 12, Willisville Road. Contact 705-368-2037.
Fish Dinner, John Budd Memorial Park, South Baymouth, Saturday, July 1 starting at 5 pm. Delicious whitefish fried in batter, fresh cut French fried potatoes, salad, roll, baked beans, beverage and dessert: $16. Additional piece of whitefish: $2 each. Children under 12, $10; under 5, free. Sponsored by Congregation of Saint Andrews By The Sea United Church.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #177 Little Current hours: Closed Sundays and Mondays. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 4 pm to closing.
Legion celebrating Canada’s 150. Mike Trudell in concert Saturday, July 1, 9 pm to 1 am. Price: $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Light lunch. Age of majority only.
Legion fundraiser, 8-ball pool tournament at the Little Current Legion, Saturday, June 24. Registration: 12 pm to 12:45 pm, first break at 1 pm, entry fee $15, rules based on Legion and V.N.E.A. regulation. Coordinator Norris Valiquette, 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.
I am truly grateful for the opportunity to turn sixy years of age today. It would not have occurred without the heroic efforts of my fishing partner, as well Brian Dittmare, Steve Prior, Wendel Clarke, Lisa Addison, Cathy Haskett and Crystal Lane, and the fire and ambulance crews and dedicated medical staff who defrosted us. Please accept my heart-felt thanks.
Sincerely Kirk Longmuir
Thank you for my family, friends and neighbours for their support and prayers over the past few years throughout my health issues, and in the past month since my surgery. It is great to be home! Special thank you to the Gore Bay Medical Clinic, London University Hospita Transplant Team and Manitoulin Transport for all the special care that was extended to me.
The Clark family would like to extend our sincere thanks to all family and friends for the many cards, messages, meals and visits which we received following the loss of our dear wife, mom and gramma. We truly appreciate all of your loving support during this very difficult time. We are grateful to everyone who attended the funeral service and who kindly sent flowers and donations to a variety of charities in Dianne’s memory. Thanks as well to Reverend Laurie Howard, Katherine Thompson and the Simpsons for honouring Dianne with the lovely service, and to the UCW for providing the lunch. We would also like to thank Dr. Bedard, the Assiginack Health Care Team, the paramedics and the staff at Sudbury Health Sciences North for their quick response and care. With sincere thanks for all of the generosity, kindness, love and support,
The family of Dianne Clark
CASE–In loving memory of Wife, Mother and Grandmother, Margaret Case.
He Only Takes The Best
God saw she was her happiest,
And someone would not let that be.
So he put his arms around her
And whispered, “Come with me.”
With tear-filled eyes we watched her,
Suffer and fade away.
Although we loved her deeply
We could not make her stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands put to rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.
Lovingly remembered by husband Bill Case and family
COY–In loving memory of our Brother “Coy,” John Clarence Fogal, June 21, 2016.
In Memory of a Special Brother
Today is full of memories
Of a brother laid to rest,
And every single one of them
Is filled with happiness.
For you were someone special,
Always such a joy to know,
And there was so much pain
When it was time to let you go.
That’s why this special message
Is sent to heaven above
For the angels to take care of you
And give you all our love.
Remembering you with love,
Bev, Bill, Doug, Edna, Carrie
Three-bedroom house for sale or rent in Spring Bay. Asking $60,000 or $650 per month. Contact Tamara at 519-546-2651.
Open House, Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25, 2 pm to 4 pm, 3038 Rockville Road.
Hunt Camp, 500 squre feet with composting toilet on 100 acres in Assiginack, with four outbuildings. $133,000. Call 705-690-9045.
33 acre hunting lot on Cockburn Island, MPEC assessed value $27,500, asking $16,000. Phone 705-246-3261, or on the cell, 705-987-3290.
The same soil where good fruits and vegetables grow will grow weeds, thorns and thistles. If the weeds, thorns and thistles are not removed they will hamper the producing of the desired fruits and vegetables. This is true of the garden of a mind too; the same mind that can expound on important biblical truth can expound heresy. A person can believe sound doctrine and also false doctrine at the same time. There is not one subject the NT spends more space on than on warning against believing false doctrines. Believing false doctrine is a sin that will keep the person believing them out of the Kingdom of God, GAL. 5:19 21. Like all other sins this sin puts a person into bondage of Satan, see JOHN 8:31-44, PROV. 5:22. All sin is also an act of unbelief and this blinds the mind, 2 COR. 4:4 and it confuses the mind, DEUT 28: 28. A person may be sincere, intelligent, well educated and know the Bible (like the Pope and Billy Graham and many other Christian theologians). But when he rejects a biblical teaching he accepts a false doctrine and he will be spiritually blind and mentally confused, especially on the doctrine he rejects, and is partly in bondage to Satan (evil spirits). PS. 111:10 says “A good understanding have all those who obey God’s commandments.” DEUT 4:6 says, “Obey these (10) commandments for that will be your understanding.” When only one of God’s commandments is disobeyed, understanding goes out the door and confusion takes its place. The word Babylon means confusion. Everyone who sins or believes a false doctrine accepts a lie of Satan and is automatically taken captive by Satan into mystery Babylon. All people who believe a false doctrine, a lie of Satan (reject biblical truth), are taken captive by Satan to do Satan’s will, 2 TIM 2:26. (Doing Satan’s will includes teaching this same false doctrine to others.) The only way to get out of this trap of Satan is by listening to the instruction of opponents, 2 TIM 2:25. In other words, “Conflict on doctrine is God’s way to guide you into truth and so deliver you from the bondage that is created by believing Satan’s lies,” JOHN 8:31-44. The basic problem is that most people consider all conflict wrong and the moment a person tells them that one of their beliefs is wrong Satan closes their ears, and they don’t hear the truth and they stay in bondage. JER 50:33 says: “All who took them captive (that is Satan who is the King of Babylon IS. 14) held them fast, they refused to let them go.” But the next verse says, “Their Redeemer is strong Yahweh Sabaoth (who marks his people with the Sabbath) is his name. In most translations “Yahweh Saba-oth” In JER 40:33 is translated as “the lord of host.” I believe Sabaoth is a contraction of two Hebrew words strong 6635 Tsaba and strong 226 that means a sign or a mark. In EX. 31-13+17 and EZ. 20:12+20 it is explained that the sanctifying of the Sabbath is a sign (mark) that a person truly belongs to God. In other words the sanctifying of the Sabbath is the main mark or sign that identifies a person as a true Christian. The basic sin why Israel went into Babylon captivity is that they polluted (did not sanctify) God’s Sabbath (Friday sunset till Saturday sunset) see LEV. 26:34+35, 2 CHRON 36:20+21, EZ.20, NEH. 13:15-20. And the basic sin why most Christians are held captive in mystery Babylon (are confused) is the same they do not sanctify God’s Sabbaths. Let no one deceive you, Sunday is not God’s Sabbath. God’s Sabbath is the 7th day of the week, Sunday or the day of resurrection is the day after the Sabbath, LUKE 23:56, 24:1, MARK 16:1+2, MAT. 8:1. The day of resurrection is the day of first fruits, 1 COR. 15:20 and the day of first fruits is instituted as an annual event together with the Sabbath, LEV. 23:3+11 the resurrection of Jesus on the morning after the Sabbath does not change anything about God’s commandment to sanctify the seventh day as the Sabbath. It is Satan who is behind this lie, this suggestion that Sunday is now God’s Sabbath and the Saints who believe that Sunday is God’s Sabbath are in bondage, DAN 7:25. And the only way for Sunday “Christians” to come out of mystery Babylon is by a) confessing that they are sinning by not sanctifying God’s Sabbath and by b) repenting. That means they dedicate themselves to sanctify God’s Sabbath from Friday sunset till Saturday sunset. And as long as a person has not taken these two steps he will stay spiritually blind and confused and under Satan’s control and that is thus says the Lord. Hank Reckman, Prophet of Manitoulin, Search for Truth Biblical Ministries, Box 210, M’Chigeeng, Ontario P0P 1G0