Starting on Tues Sept. 3, Niagara Region Transit is expanding service on many of its routes and adding service to the Town of Pelham. As a result of these changes, almost all Niagara Region Transit Routes will have standardized service hours available Monday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The Fonthill Lions invite you to come play in the park at SLIDERFEST. Miss Jenny of Cabar-eh Youth Theatre and her troop of merrymakers will be hosting a FUN ZONE encouraging all kids (and kids at heart) to join in games, activities and silliness for the entire family.
The Fonthill Lions Club is once again hosting their highly popular SLIDERFEST on Saturday August 24th and are now offering a discounted TEN PACK SPECIAL price of 10 tickets for $275 – a savings of $2.50 per ticket.
Price at the door is $35 per ticket.
WHY BUY 10?
1) Local business Owners - this a as a great way of supporting Fonthill Lions community service while also enjoying a fun sociable end of Summer party with employees, co-workers, clients and friends
Welland’s Mayor, members of City Council, and senior staff will be attending next week’s Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Conference and have meetings confirmed with several Ministers and Parliamentary Assistants. The theme of this year’s conference is “Municipalities: Ontario’s Frontline.”
Niagara’s tiniest patients will have care closer to home thanks to the addition of five new beds on Niagara Health’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The NICU can now care for sicker babies after Niagara Health received provincial government support for the beds, supporting resources and equipment.
Two photos that came from last year’s calendar published by the Wainfleet Historical Society deserve attention. Both show the Feeder Canal crossing in Wainfleet. One dated 1909 shows the channel at the end of its career while the other is dated in the 1840’s. What is evident when closely viewed is that these photos were shot at the same time and by the same photographer!
When trouble occurs, who do you call? GHOSTBUSTERS!! Well not really, but Welland Rotary is much like that team, except Rotarians work within the community, very often operating below the radar, to help the community on many different levels. For example, when Rotary discovered that some elementary schools were falling behind in the purchasing of up-to-date equipment, we stepped in and, working with the principals, created the Educational Technology Program in order to make sure that the students had the necessary tools to succeed.