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Debbie Lingen

Verona News

by Debbie Lingen

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Published May 24, 2012

Verona has caught the hockey fever. Verona native Mike Smith is wowing both nations with his phenomenal skills in the net. His incredible talent has led his team to this quest for the Stanley Cup. Whatever the outcome, Verona could not be more proud of its native son.

Verona was humming for the Victoria Day weekend. The streets were busy with gardeners looking for that perfect plant and cottagers shopping for supplies to open their cottages. There is excitement in the air as volunteers for the Verona Community Association and the Lions Club start the final preparations for a summer of fun - from the three VCA Music in the Park Concerts, the Lions Jamboree, the VCA Verona Cattail Festival to the Lions Garlic Festival. A summer of non-stop excitement. Watch for the summer brochures with a complete list of the summer events that will be mailed to all homes the first week of June.

Bingo! The Verona Lions Club and the Knights of Columbus are cohosting Bingo on Monday May 28 at 7 pm. The doors and canteen open at 6 pm. Early bird game starts at 6:50 pm. The prizes for each of the 12 regular games are meat packages. Value of $25. Verona Lions Hall.

Those lazy, hazy days of summer are almost here. Now is the time to enrol your children for swimming lessons and day camp at McMullen Beach. Registration will take place at the Princess Anne Community Centre in Hartington. Wednesday, May 30 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The Frontenac Farmers Market has partnered with a local business to sell Terra Cotta Rain Barrels. The rain barrels are recycled olive containers and come complete with tap, screen & overflow hose. If you are considering purchasing a rain barrel, please drop by the market on Saturday mornings to check out what they have. Help Verona Recycle, Reuse, Reduce!

South Frontenac Community Services will be holding its annual Flea market on May 26, from 8 am to 2 pm at the Grace Centre, Sydenham. The cost for adults to shop is $1 donation or a canned food item to support the SFCSC Food Bank. Kids are free.

Deborah and Paul Spaar-Mueller will be holding their fifth and last seminar of their Health Seminar Series. The topic of this last seminar will be "Menopause- Is it hot in here or is it just me?" It will take place at Trinity United Church, June 6 at 7 pm. Free admission. Door prize. Please register by May 30 by calling Deborah or Paul at 613-374-3317. The seminar will be held with a minimum of 10 people. If you missed one of the previous seminars, they are offering to speak on any of those topics in your own home. For more details contact Deborah or Paul.

Frontenac Old Time Music Championships will be holding a fundraising Open Mic/Jam on Sunday, June 10 at Verona Lions Hall from 1p.m. to Admission is $5.00 per person. Contact: Cliff Rines at 613-358-5370 or for further information.

Debbie Lingen

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Debbie Lingen

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