April 2021 issue


The Sentinel - April 2021


Heather A. Oliver, RMT

Orchard Park Office Centre

Suite 129

(Ignatius Jesuit Property)

5420 Hwy 6 N., Guelph


Registered Massage Therapy — NOW REOPENED

Do you enjoy having a greater sense of calm and

well-being? Are you needing to have your muscles

feel more supple and at ease?

Do you want a massage session blended with

soothing heated stones?

With over 20 years of Registered Massage Therapy

experience, Heather invites you to come for a

massage that is provided in a welcoming, calm

environment. Please check out her website for more

detailed information.


Heather Oliver, RMT is a member of the CMTO (College of Massage Therapists of Ontario)

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The Guelph/Wellington Seniors Association

A non-profit organization based at the

Evergreen Seniors Community Centre


Ross Knechtel - Webmaster

Directors & Officers

Becky Fiedler — President

Brian Smith — Vice-President

Roger Stevens — Treasurer

Tonie Sacchetti — Secretary


Pat Gage Ken Fugler

Wenda King Athar Khan

Ross Knechtel Mike Woof

Adam Rutherford

The Sentinel Team

Carol Croft — Adminstrator, Printer

Linda Green — Editor, Printer

George Hughes, Ken Pagniez — Printers

tba — Delivery Supervisor

Bill Shephard, Ray Miller — Part-time


All of the above GWSA members

are Volunteers.

GWSA Community Support Services Staff

Emma Whittaker — Manager

Audrey Bishop — Administrative Assistant

Margaret Iutzi — Move Well Co-ordinator

Molly Roberts — Eat Well Co-ordinator

tba — Eat Well Co-ordinator

Paula Frappier — Outreach Co-ordinator

All others working for CSS

are GWSA Volunteers

City Staff

Adam Rutherford — Program


Darci Burgess — Customer Service Clerk

Tonie Sacchetti — Recreation Program

Director — Senior Services

Becky MacDonald — Recreation

Co-ordinator — Volunteers

Jocelynn Desroches — Chef

Janice Walls — Assistant Cook

Don Harris — Facility Maintainer

Lorne Wollis — Cleaner

Harvinder Marjara, Nathan Luck, Mary

Loudoun — Customer Service Clerk II

Lynne Briggs — Manager of Recreation


Evergreen Seniors Community Centre

A City of Guelph Recreation Facility run in

partnership with the Community Services Department

of the City of Guelph and the Guelph/

Wellington Seniors Association

683 Woolwich St., Guelph, ON, N1H 3Y8

Tel.: 519-823-1291 / Fax: 519-823-8972

Hours: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm M-F

(closed Statutory Holidays)

Read The Sentinel on our website,


ISSN: 0383 817X



The GWSA is powered by volunteers. Each year in April, Canada

pauses to recognize the contributions of our many volunteers. This

year’s theme for National Volunteer Week is “The value of one. The

power of many.” Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the

United Nations, has said, “If our hopes of building a better and safer

world are to become more than wishful thinking, we will need the

engagement of volunteers more than ever.”

As the GWSA plans for our reopening – hopefully in September –

we face an ongoing need for volunteers. Please consider volunteering

some of your time and talent to help the GWSA serve our members

and seniors in the community. The following groups meet virtually

and are seeking new volunteers.

Board of Directors

Each year, the GWSA membership elects individuals willing to make

a three-year commitment to serve on the Board of Directors. The

Board meets monthly to supervise the activities of the organization

and provide oversight to the various committees. Directors serve on

at least one committee. Although anyone interested in the best

interests of the organization is welcome on the Board, experience in

the fields of Human Resources, Law, Fundraising, or Technology

would be especially beneficial. Contact Becky MacDonald

(becky.macdonald@guelph.ca) for more information about serving as

a Director.

Governance Committee

The GWSA’s Governance Committee is looking for up to three

additional members. The Governance Committee assists the Board of

Directors with the development and review of bylaws, policies, and

procedures for the Association. It is chaired by Brian Smith.

This Committee holds morning meetings during a few months each

year. Experience in governance with a not-for-profit organization,

knowledge of legislative requirements, or a keen interest in document

research, development, and review would be helpful.

We also need someone with a laptop and computer skills willing to

take minutes at meetings and update documents as needed.

Please contact Becky MacDonald (becky.macdonald@guelph.ca) to

indicate your interest in serving on the Governance Committee.

Membership and Marketing Committee

The Membership and Marketing Committee currently has nine

members and could benefit from up to three more. This Committee is

responsible to the Board for all membership and marketing

initiatives, focusing on the maximum interest of members, and

advancement of the Board’s Strategic Plan. It is chaired by Ken


NOTE: Disclaimer—The Sentinel and the GWSA do not necessarily agree

with or support statements in the Sentinel made by advertisers, or submissions

by writers (no political or religious topics please).

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The M&M Committee monitors membership satisfaction and develops plans to improve member

recruitment and retention. Marketing responsibilities include arranging for media coverage, creating

advertisements, developing promotional material, and arranging special events such as Open House and

New Members’ Welcome - either virtually or in-person as appropriate.

The Committee provides content and messaging advice to the webmaster for the website and social media

accounts and prepares monthly GWSA Email Updates. Marketing and recruitment experience would

definitely be assets but are not required.

Please contact Becky MacDonald (becky.macdonald@guelph.ca) to indicate your interest in serving on the

Membership and Marketing Committee.

Technology Committee

Mike Woof is organizing a new Technology Committee to advise the Board of Directors and provide

technical leadership in support of the Strategic Plan.

For production support, we need a group of technically savvy and interested members to prioritize a list of

needed projects for planning and implementation. Experience as an electrician, sound tech, lighting

technician, carpentry or design would be useful, and possibly computer-aided design skills. We will source

outside help where needed.

Our IT (Information Technology) also needs to be addressed by this Committee, with responsibility to:

Make hardware and software recommendations to address employee and volunteer needs, including the

Board, Finance Committee and members.

Oversee a small wireless network.

Provide guidance regarding the technical aspects of the website and membership mailing list.

Establish a modest A/V recording/live streaming studio.

Interest and background experience in IT, including network management and video production, would be


Please contact Becky MacDonald (becky.macdonald@guelph.ca) to indicate your interest in serving on the

Technology Committee.

GWSA Email Update for the Month of March 2021

All the Latest News

The City of Guelph has opened registration for their Spring programs. People are sometimes confused about

which programs are City programs and which are run by GWSA. As a reminder, GWSA has suspended

in-person activities until September or until Public Health advises us that it is safe for us to resume.

All GWSA memberships have been automatically extended at no cost to members.

A number of GWSA activity groups are meeting virtually. Contact the activity group leader listed on the

Activities page of the website or email Programme Committee Chair, Pat Gage, with questions.

The Community Support Services (CSS) group continues to provide assistance to vulnerable seniors.

Visit the GWSA website for more details about our offerings and the latest announcements.

Pre-register for Covid-19 Vaccine. Now includes adults 60+.

Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health is now open for vaccine pre-registration for anyone that qualifies

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under the Phase 2 category. If you are a member of any of the

following groups, you are now eligible to pre-register for a COVID-

19 vaccination appointment. Please do not register if you are not part

of these groups. Eligibility will be checked prior to appointments

being booked.

Adult 60 years of age and older.

Indigenous adult.

Long-Term Care and/or Retirement Home Staff.

Essential Support Staff in Long-Term Care and

Retirement Homes.

Essential Caregivers in Long-Term Care and High-Risk Retirement Homes.

Adult recipients of chronic home care.

Healthcare workers* in the following settings (please see the Ministry Guidance for Prioritizing Health

Care Workers for a more detailed breakdown of those eligible):


COVID-19 Response Roles (e.g., Assessment Centres, outbreak response, COVID-19

immunization clinics)

Medical First Responders

Community Healthcare workers serving specialized populations

Community Healthcare workers serving the general population

Healthcare workers in Congregate Settings

Healthcare services for indigenous populations

Laboratory services

Non-acute and rehabilitation and therapy

Public health

Front line members of police services

Congregate Settings Staff and Residents

Primary Caregivers for residents of Congregate Settings

Individuals with certain health conditions (see list)

Essential Caregivers for individuals with highest-risk health conditions

Workers who cannot work from home

*For the purposes of this vaccine prioritization, ‘health care worker’ is defined as:

Anyone working or volunteering in a health care organization (includes regulated health professionals as

well as staff not providing direct patient care such as cleaning, food or administration services)

Any worker providing healthcare services or direct patient service in a setting outside of a health

care organization

How to pre-register


If you need help registering or are having trouble registering, please call 519-822-2715 ext. 4506. We

encourage online registration as much as possible as the quickest way. Due to call volumes, it may take up

to three days to get back to you.


Please do not register if you are not part of these groups. Eligibility will be checked prior to

appointments being booked.

Vaccination appointments are not yet available for the general public.

Please do not call our COVID-19 call centre for an appointment, use the pre-register system.

No walk-ins will be accepted at clinic locations.

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This eligibility list will change over time. For the most current information, please check the WDG Public

Health site.


Vaccine Pre-registration Help

If you are in the priority group to receive a Covid-19 vaccine but need help in pre-registering, the Guelph

Public Library is available to guide you through the process.

There is no need to book an appointment. Either stop by and ask for help or give them a call at

519-824-6220. Help is also available at Wellington County library branches.

Before phoning the library, you will need the following information:

Your contact information including address

A cell phone number (optional)

An email address

Your health card number

About your position and role (for occupation-based priority groups)

For more information check library services

The National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) released a guidance document titled COVID-19 Vaccines: What

Older Canadians Need to Know, authored by Dr. Samir Sinha, Ms. Sabina Vohra-Miller, and Dr. Jennie

Johnstone. The document outlines common questions arising among older Canadians regarding COVID-19

vaccines, along with evidence-informed answers to help keep Canadians up-to-date on the facts.

The guidance document explains in clear language how vaccines work, what mRNA is and how it’s used to

make vaccines, the critical steps taken to creating the COVID-19 vaccines, its effectiveness in older adults,

any side effects, and whether or not older adults who have already had COVID-19 need to be vaccinated.

The NIA encourages Canadians to read and share this document to help spread evidence-based answers to

key questions and concerns many older Canadians are facing. If you are an older adult - or caring for an

older adult - that does not want to get the vaccine, it may be helpful to read and share this guidance

document widely.

The document is available here.

Connecting Circles

10C Connecting Circles are safe, free opportunities for older

adults and seniors in Guelph and Wellington County to virtually

connect with people in their community. This series of relaxed

discussions and workshops are meant to provide everyone 50+

with a new way to reach out to members of their community in a

fun and safe setting.

You can join as often as you wish! 10C will be hosting

Connecting Circles every week at the same times, using Zoom:

Mondays 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesdays 11:30am - 12:30pm

Thursdays 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Fridays 7:00pm – 8:00pm

New workshops are added each week! Check this link for the latest updates:

Connecting Circles

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With the continued danger brought about by the

COVID-19 virus, the possibilities of more virulent

strains, along with the uncertainty of the distribution

and effectiveness of the various vaccines, organizers

Trevor Barton and Brian Holstein have regretfully

announced that again this year, the Tea ‘n’ Tales

summer storytelling festival at the Guelph Enabling

Garden has been cancelled.

The organizers had hoped that the summer-long

Friday festival could resume this year, but the possible

health threat to the many seniors who regularly attend

is of prime importance.

Evergreen Kitchen

The City of Guelph is offering a frozen meal program at the Evergreen

Seniors Community Centre.

Here are the details:

Purchase 5 meals for $25.

Pre-order is mandatory.

Call or email Becky M. at 519-822-1260 x2691

or Becky.MacDonald@guelph.ca to place your order.

You may choose either meat or vegetarian packages. If you require

adjustments for allergies/dietary restrictions, please let Becky know

at the time of your order. The kitchen will make adjustments when


Meals can be paid for in person or over the phone with a credit card.

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The Value of One, The Power of Many

April 18-24, 2021

The National Volunteer Week theme for 2021, The Value of One, The Power of Many, reflects

on the awe-inspiring acts of kindness by millions of individuals AND the magic that happens when

we work together towards a common purpose. This past year, we have seen people supporting

family, friends, neighbours, and strangers, people standing up to systemic racism, and people

sharing insights on how to create a more just and equitable society. We recognize the value of the

caring and compassion that each one has shown another, and we recognize the power of people,

organizations, and sectors working together.

#VolunteersBringChange in many ways so what does “The Value of One, The Power of Many”

mean to you?

National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate, recognize and thank volunteers, and to create

awareness for the important work millions do across Canada!

The Kitchen Bees program is an Outreach Project of

The Church of the Apostles in Guelph, Ontario.

We bring in volunteers every Tuesday and Thursday

from 10 am - 2 pm to come and make meals for the

community in need. As a program, we provide a

recipe and all of the ingredients required - our

volunteers are only required to make/bake/cook them.

We work closely with community support groups

including The Bench, Royal City Mission, The

GNSC, Hope House, and many more. This is a noncommittal

volunteer position - you will only need to volunteer once (however you

can come back as well!)

You are allowed to come by yourself, or with anyone within your social circle. You

will be the only group there, to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Please contact office@apostlesguelph.org

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GWSA Groups & Activities Contact Information

You may be required to show your up-to-date GWSA membership card at any activity.

Art In The Hall

Inactive until September 2021

Needs a curator

Art Studio In 2

Evergreen Room 2

Jennifer Storey


Every 2nd & 4 th Wednesdays 1-2


Evergreen Auditorium

Jeff Millard (519-993-1362)

Inactive until September 2021

Casual Bicycling

Various Locations in and

around Guelph

Ned Coates (519-835-9799)

Wed. - May 1 - Oct. 31

9:00 am to Noon

Inactive until September 2021

Bid Euchre

Evergreen Room 4

Sharyn Richards (519-803-9500)

Mondays - 6:15-9:00 pm

Thursdays - 1:00-4:00 pm

Inactive until September 2021

6-Hand Bid Euchre

Evergreen Room 4

Dot Smith (519-836-6448)

Thursdays - 1:00-4:00 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Book Club 1

Evergreen Board Room

Veronica Sanche (519-767-9991)

Last Friday of month - 1-2:30 pm


Book Club 2

Evergreen Room 2

Christine Trimble (519-823-2086)

3rd Friday of month 1:30-3:30 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Bridge - West End Lion’s Lair

David Pinkney (519-780-5302)

Mondays - 12:30-3:15 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Bridge - Evergreen

Evergreen Room 3

David Pinkney (519-780-5302)

Tuesdays - 6:30-9:00 pm

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Peter Traulsen (519-265-2376)

Thursdays - 12:30-3:30 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Improving Bridge

Evergreen Room 3

Pauline Smith (519-835-8694)

Fridays - 9:00-11:30 am

Inactive until September 2021

Bunka Art Group

Evergreen Room 3

Diane Barber (519-763-2996)


Wednesdays - 9:15 am-noon

Inactive until September 2021


Evergreen Hallway

Lionel Churchill (519-835-4155)

Wednesdays - 1-4 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Canoe Club

John Ness (519-994-8611)


Inactive until May 2021

Chess Club

Evergreen Hallway

Dave Wurr (519-509-1032)

Fridays - 9:30 am-noon

Inactive until September 2021

Computer Club

Evergreen Room 3

Ross Knechtel (226-706-4058)

Ken Chupa (519-829-2476)

September, November, January,

March, May

2nd Monday - 7:00-9:00 pm


Craft Club

Evergreen Room 2

Judy Montgomery (519-824-8047)

Fridays - 8:30 am-1:30 pm



Evergreen Room 3

Audrey Young (519-824-5891)

Joy Halliburton (519-822-9714)

Elaine Miller (519-836-7874)

Tuesdays - 12:45-4 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Darts Club

Evergreen Auditorium - Stage


Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays

10:00 am to 12:00 noon

Inactive until September 2021


Evergreen Dining Room

Bev Baker (519-265-9139)

Tuesdays - 1:30-3:30 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Euchre on Monday

Evergreen Room 3

Maureen Baird (647-519-2006)

Mondays - 1:00-3:30 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Euchre on Wednesday

Evergreen Dining Room

Audrey Young (519-824-5891)

4th Wednesday - 1:30-4:00 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Euchre on Friday

Evergreen Room 4

Peter Smith (519-217-8986)

Fridays - 1:00-4:00 pm

Inactive until September 2021


Tom Kane (519-827-1475)

Mondays, May to September

Inactive until May 2021

Hearing Improvement

Evergreen Board Room

Sharing Information about


Meet 1st Wed. of every month

From October to May

2:00-3:00 pm - it’s free

Call Marianne at 519-822-3946

Inactive until September 2021

Line Dancing

Evergreen Auditorium

Phyllis Carnochan (519-836-9415)

Mondays - 9:30 -11:45 am

Thursdays - 1:00-3:00 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Mah Jongg

Evergreen Hallway

Georgia Taylor (519-265-8816)

Tuesdays - 12:30-3:30 pm

Instruction available

Inactive until September 2021

Peer Learning

Evergreen Board Room

Andrew Webb (226-500-4755)


Mon., Tues., Thurs.

(times as assigned)


Into Focus Photography

Evergreen Room 4

Bill Adams (olar57@gmail.com)

2:30-5 pm - last Monday of every

month - $24.00 a year



Rudy Simon

Neville Newman (519-400-9136)


Evergreen Auditorium

Tues. - 9:00 - 12:00 noon

(Beginners & Intermediate)

Friday - 12:45 - 4 pm

(all levels of play)

Inactive until September 2021

West End Rec Centre

Tues. - 12:00 noon - 4:00 pm

(advanced play)

Thurs. - 2:15 - 5:00 pm

(all levels of play)

Inactive until September 2021


Evergreen Room 2

Beryl Drohan (519-827-0120)

Mondays - 12:30-4:00 pm




Evergreen Hallway

Beth Campeau (226-343-0415)

Thursdays - 1-3:45 pm



Evergreen Auditorium

Elaine Bigam (519-824-6498)


Tuesdays - 1:30-3:00 pm

Wednesdays - 1:30-3:00 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Silver Seven Skating Club

Exhibition Park Arena

Corner of Exhibition &

Division Sts.

Sharon O’Sullivan (519-848-2084)

Saturdays - 8:00-9:50 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Silver Strummers

Ann Sneyd 519-830-6640


Silvertones Choir

Evergreen Room 3

Doreen Muir (519-831-8323)

Choir Director - Ann Sneyd

Pianist - tba

Fridays 1:00-3:30 pm


Ski Club

Evergreen Parking Lot by

The Enabling Garden

Shane Hamilton (519-994-2204)

Email: crs.hamilton@gmail.com

Mondays from January to the end of

March 2020

8:00 am car pool at Evergreen

to Blue Mountain

6:00 pm return to Evergreen

Inactive until September 2021

Evergreen Snooker Club

Evergreen Snooker Room

Nick Harris (519-836-4547)

Daily - 9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday - 7:00-9:30 pm

1st Thursday of every month

7:00-9:30 pm

Inactive until Septembe

Table Tennis

Evergreen Auditorium

Ursula Rodrigues (519-837-3782)


Monday - 3:30-6:30 pm

Wednesday - 9:00 am-12:45 pm

Saturday - 9:00 am-12:00 noon

West End: Friday - 1:00-4:00 pm

(WE - except July/August)

Inactive until September 2021

Texas Hold ‘Em Poker

Evergreen Dining Room

Mike Rooke (519-824-2472)

Tuesdays - 6:30-8:30 pm

Inactive until September 2021

Walking Club

April to October

Thursdays - 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Brenda Langham (519-836-8366)

Gord Clegg (519-824-3293)

Inactive until September 2021


Watercolour Painters Club

Evergreen Room 2

Jennifer Storey


1st & 3 rd Wed. - 12:30-4:00 pm


West End Art Group

Rm 2 West End Rec Centre

Nancy Baker (519-822-6653)

September – June, Tuesdays - 12:30-

4:00 pm

Membership is $20.00

Inactive until September 2021

West Hills Art Group

Rm 2 West End Rec Centre

Dale Vardy (519-823-5746)


Jan. - June; Sept. - Dec.

Thursdays - noon-4:00 pm

Membership is $25.00

Inactive until September 2021

Writers Club

Evergreen Board Room








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GWSA Email Updates

Each month, approximately mid-month, the Membership

and Marketing Committee at the

GWSA sends out the GWSA Email Update. It

highlights a few of the exciting things happening at

the GWSA, important communications from the

Board, and upcoming programs by CSS

(Community Support Services).

You can subscribe to receive the GWSA Email

Update by completing the steps below:

1. To begin, please send an email to:

subscribe@gwsa-guelph.ca . You can enter

Subscribe in the Subject line, or just skip that

part, it will work either way. In just a few

minutes, you will receive a message with a link.

2. Click on the link you received, fill in the appropriate

fields, and click “Subscribe to List”.

3. To ensure you really want to receive GWSA

Email Updates – and to make sure all emails are

error-free – we’ll send a message asking you to


4. Once you respond to the confirmation message,

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your registration is complete and you’ll receive

our Welcome Letter.

You can also subscribe from the “Popular

Links” section on the GWSA website. Starting

the process from the web page will take you to

step 2 above. Simply follow through with steps 2

to 4 to complete the process.

You can expect to receive your first GWSA Email

Update approximately mid-month after you sign


You can unsubscribe from the GWSA Email Updates

at any time by clicking on the “unsubscribe”

link that is displayed at the bottom of every update.

Membership &

Marketing Committee

This graphic by Unknown Author is

licensed under CC BY-ND


No Job too Small - Call Ned Coates




… the third generation

Wild Child

Holistic Dog


by Sandra Lee Berry

- Home visit

- Serving Guelph’s Senior community and

the heartbeat at their feet

- Catering to small dogs up to 20 lbs. in


- Using all natural products, non-toxic to

your pet and to our planet

- Services: nail trims, bath & brush,

mini-groom and full pet trim for easy

at-home maintenance






Helping families to buy and sell since 2007.

Contact Jackie to enquire about Riverside Residence on the

Park — We have a waiting list, so call today.


1 & 2 Bedroom Units for Rent at 671 Woolwich Street, Guelph

• Clean & quiet seniors building next to the senior centre

• High rise building with elevator access

• Walking distance to Wal-Mart plaza and other amenities

• Ensuite bathrooms available

• On site laundry

• Heat & Hydro included

For viewings and more information call Michel at: 519-400-0297

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Wellington Foot Clinic

Professional Footcare & Custom Foot Orthotics

Jessica K. Mann

Registered Chiropodist / Foot Specialist

Professional, Safe Treatment of a Variety of Foot Conditions

- Nail Disorders, Corns, Callus, Warts, Ingrown Toenails & much more

- Custom Foot Orthotics

- Covered by most extended health insurance providers

- No referral needed!!! Free parking

- Morning, Evening and Saturday Appointments Available

3 – 245 Edinburgh Rd S. (enter off Municipal or Edinburgh)

519-546-3737 wellfoot@outlook.com

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A call out to isolated seniors. Do you have a pair of

pants you cannot wear until they are hemmed?

A favourite shirt missing a button? A seam splitting

on an otherwise perfectly good top?

Sew On The Go wants to bring this free service to you.

We will pick up your garment, repair and return it to your door.

As a program of the Guelph Tool Library, funding has been made available for

delivery costs.

Call 226-501-5472 and leave a message, with your phone number, requesting a

call back. The repair can be discussed and arrangements made.

Or email sewonthego@guelphtoollibrary.org

Made possible by grants from the

United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin and

the Guelph Community

Foundation as part of the Federal

Government’s Emergency Community Support


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Membership Benefit:

Every Day is Seniors Day

at Bulk Barn!

For years, Bulk Barn has offered a Seniors Day

discount every Wednesday. Anyone over 65

years of age enjoyed a 10% discount on regular

priced merchandise. Now, Bulk Barn locations

in Guelph are offering this 10% discount every

day for all GWSA members. Show your

GWSA membership card to take advantage

of this special offer when you shop for your

favourite regular-priced Bulk Barn products.

Available at: 370 Stone Rd. W across from

Stone Road Mall, 49 Woodlawn Road W in the

Walmart Plaza, and 103 Clair Road E at the

Pergola Commons.

$25.00 discount coupon

with this ad

Please call 519-821-6683

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CREMATION: $1935 +hst BURIAL: $5995 +hst

If prearranged and prepaid by June 30, 2021 If prearranged and prepaid by June 30, 2021




DJ Services — Have Music Will Travel

Special Birthdays — 60th and up

Anniversaries — Retirements

Christmas Parties — New Year’s Eve

Surprise Parties — Jack and Jill Parties

How about an Old-Fashioned Rock & Roll Night

Celebrate With Music -

Oldies Unlimited

We play all your favourites from

the 50s, 60s, 70s and some 80s/90s.

Did you like the Disco Era or

Old-Fashioned Country 2 Step?

We’ve got that too!!

The Jukebox is Full and

Ready to Go!

To Avoid Disappointment — Book Early

Peter Smith: call or text


Email: giantclassics@gmail.com

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