While you’re out enjoying the weather, remember to protect your- self and your family from the sun. Protect self from sun when outdoors Also apply sunscreen to your lips, ears and nose as these parts of your body can burn eas- ily. Reapply sunscreen (even waterproof sun- screen) every 2 hours, or more often if you’ve been swimming, sweating or if it has rubbed off. To further protect yourself from the sun: Wear a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses that protect against UVA and UVB rays. Apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes before reapplying a second sub- stance, such as insect repellent. Apply sunscreen on cloudy days, as sunrays can still damage your skin. Avoid overexposure between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Keep babies under one year old out of direct sunlight to prevent skin damage and dehydration. While some effects of sun damage are visible within a few hours (tan or sun- burn), others may only appear years down the road. Keep in mind that excessive tanning and sunburns can lead to skin cancers, premature aging of the skin, eye damage and more. Never use suntan oil, as it offers no pro- tection and causes the skin to burn quicker. Lysanne Trudeau Eastern Ontario Health Unit tives including key roles in the Wincheseter District Memorial Hospital’s Renewing the Vision Campaign, the Chesterville Rotary Club, and local agricultural organizations. Stan and Betty are both well-respected in the business community as founders of Vanden Bosch Elevators. Together, they have do- nated many hours and funds towards mak- ing their local community a better place. Susan Rainey As a Finch resident, Susan Rainey has al- ways been involved in her community. She was a coach for the local broomball and base- ball teams as well as coaching soccer and baseball at the local school. She has been a member of the Finch Recreation for 35 years, serving as president for several years. She is a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Heather Branch for 22 years, including 10 years as president. and she is a tireless vol- unteer in fundraising efforts for the Legion, looking after the poppy fund and helping to prepare meals for large groups. At least 30 minutes be- fore going outdoors, apply sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 15.
Photo by Greg Kielec A tree lies in front of a camping trailer at T&I Campground near Summerstown after the area was hit by an F0 tornado last Tuesday. The storm, which brought down a number of trees in the Summerstown area, including a large number of weeping willow trees in a picnic area at Cooper Marsh next to County Road 2, also produced large hail and heavy rains in the area. Shoeless Joes reopens on Brookdale Avenue
Joe’s Cornwall,” said Mayor Bob Kilger. “The new restau- rant looks fantastic.” The Shoeless Joe’s menu has also been revitalized, offering a diverse range of choices that in- clude chicken wings, hamburg- ers, steak, calamari, sandwiches, pasta and salads. For those looking for more liq- uid refreshments, the bar has over 10 beers on tap, including a unique “ice cobra” tap that is kept at a frosty -2 degrees Cel- sius.
several different games on the screen at any one time.” Ayhan and his nephew Gokan Karakus purchased the 4700 sq.ft. restaurant and have since spent upwards of $1 mil- lion in renovations, including a $100,000 audio-visual system that features the aforemen- tioned TVs as well as one screen that measures 180 inches. Other renovations in- clude a complete remodelling scheme that includes new, modern seating. Forty-eight new staff people have been hired.
Continued from Page 2 Johnny Whitteker Johnny Whitteker has been untiring in his efforts to make “his” community a better place to live .He has been a member of the South Dundas community for his entire life, and served onmunicipal council for 52 years, from 1955 to 2006, one of the longest serving municipal politicians in the history of the province of Ontario. A committedmunicipal representative, he never missed a township council meeting. For 61 years, he has been a member of the Independent Order of Odd- fellows, he is a lifetime member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Williamsburg. Lorne Strader As a past reeve for the Township of Matilda and representative of the township at the upper tier level, Lorne Strader addressed is- sues of importance to residents and outlined a direction for our area’s future. He has served as a chairman for the Dundas Milk Looking to watch the big game? You might want to check out one of the 63 high-definition TVs at the newly re- opened Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill on Brookdale Avenue in Cornwall. “Sports is kind of our thing,” grins owner Ayhan Ercenik. Ayhan knows something about sports - he was a member of the Turkish national foot- ball (soccer) team and played in a profes- sional league before a knee injury sent him to the sidelines. Still, he will be following with interest as his former team competes in the Summer Olympics in London. “Our restaurant will be a great place to watch the Olympics,” he notes. “We have multiple digital receivers so we can have
Ayhan and Gokan are looking to cement Shoeless Joe’s reputation of supporting sports by sponsoring the Cornwall Colts and Cornwall River Kings.
“On behalf of City Council and the citizens of Cornwall, I would like to extend a sincere welcome to the new owners of Shoeless
Johnny Whitteker one of longest-serving municipal politicians
still going strong today. In sports, Sonny’s service includes seven years as minor base- ball coach and a 25-year career in lacrosse, culminating in him being first vice-president of the Ontario Lacrosse Association. Onagh Ross Onagh Ross’ passion and dedication to her causes are an inspiration to many of us. Her book sales contribute to approximately $10,000 being given every year to various charities.She is also one of the few remaining members of the Good Timers Club, and also a past member of the Cornwall and District Horticultural Society, nicknamed Friends of the Garden founded in 1993 to promote hor- ticulture in our area. Stan and Betty Vanden Bosch Stan and Betty Vanden Bosch have been community leaders in the Village of Chester- ville, and now the Township of North Dun- das, for several decades now. They have played leadership roles in several local initia-
Committee as well as the South Nation Con- servation board. He respectively guided the farming community in one of our most im- portant economic industries and worked to- wards the protection of the natural environment that our residents continue to identify as one of the community’s greatest assets. Other board contributions include the Holstein Friesian Association, Odd Fellows, Children’s Aid Society, Spencerville Mill Restoration and Helping Hands. Sonny Herrington Richard “Sonny” Herrington was born and raised in Cornwall and has been an integral member of his community. Sonny served Canada in the Navy from 1942 to 1945. He then worked at the Cotton Mill and then for 25 years at Ontario Hydro. Sonny spent 14 years as president of the Cornwall & District Navy Veterans Association and was a driv- ing force in the construction of the newNavy Club on 6th Street. Under Sonny’s watch the Cornwall Navy Cadets were created, and are
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