When the building was Martha Tanner Kingston This Week Joan Cameron, chair of the board of the Southern Frontenac Community Services Corporation (SFCSC), and Gary Davison, Mayor of the Township of South Frontenac, cut the anniversary cake of the former Grace United Church, now the Grace Centre, home of the SFCSC. Put up for sale, Stienburg feared that it would be bought by “some coldhearted business” that would turn it into “just a bunch of offi ces. “It’s good to know that it is being used by an organization which is very much involved with real people, who face some real diffi culties in their lives, and which offers home help, respite care, palliative care, trans Come Home for the Holidays portation, income tax help, visiting, meals on wheels, and so on.
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SAULT STE. MARIE Mark Hoffman has been a wrestling fan for a long time, but had never competed in the sport before this past year.The Sault High junior made up his mind that he was going to compete for the Blue Devils wrestling team this year, and he accomplished his goal. Hoffman earned a varsity letter in the sport, and earned the respect of all the opponents he met along the way.It was the first time Hoffman, who has had cerebral palsy since birth, participated in any organized sport.”I decided when I turned 18, I was going to give wrestling a shot,” Hoffman said.
Some of the Manoir’s suites are ingeniously fitted into former servants’ quarters, the ice house, pump house and caretaker’s residence on the hillside surrounding the main building. Looking deceptively normal and even rustic from the outside, the inside is another world of jaw dropping luxury. With plenty of room for family or friends, kitchen facilities if you wish to prepare your own meals, and your own private pool just outside, what better way to get away from the hubbub of city life..
I used to like the Forest Mall, but then all the high priced stores starting pouring in. We had Prange Way and Dollar Tree, Walgreens had a nice restaurant, Diamond Daves, the arcade was a hit. Unfortunately when you start getting more expensive stores that cater to the younger generation, you find no reason to shop there.