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  • IN MEMORIAM COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    840 Queen Street, Kincardine 519-396-3111 email: indepen@bmts.com MAXIMUM 20 WORDS. MUST BE PREPAID.

    INCL. HST

    Every Thursday, 9-4 p.m.

    ONLY $6 CLASSIFIED WORD ADS

    Repairs to: Screens, Windows, Locks, Bicycles

    519-396-2032 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30-8; Sat. 8:30-5:30; Sun. 10-5 THE KINCARDINE INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2020 PAGE 11

    CLASSIFIEDS 519-396-3111 MONDAY-FRIDAY, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.DEADLINE FRIDAYS – 9 a.m.

    FOR SALE LAUNDRY TUB for sale, 28 by 19.5 inches with deep sink. Excellent condition. $75. Call 519-396-2052. -- 11

    SPIN WASHER, apartment sized. Hitachi. Excellent con- dition, $200. Call 519-395- 0388. -- 10-11

    CLOTHES DRYER, Magic Chef. Excellent condition, $150. Call 519-395-0388. -- 10-11

    FIREWOOD GERBERS' FIREWOOD - Your #1 source of quality slab- wood and bodywood - for more than 10 years! Order today, beat the rush. Delivery included. Call 519-656-2057 or 519-441-2085. -- 12TFN

    HELP WANTED ORGANIC ROBOT DAIRY FARM needs a reliable, expe- rienced individual to work with our purebred Holstein herd. The applicant should be capable of operating various types of farm automation equipment, including skid steer loader and tractor. We offer competitive wages & benefits. 3-bedroom house available. Please apply by email at: andres@bmts.com or call Lawrence at 519-368- 5675. -- 09-11

    FULL-TIME SUMMER STU- DENT needed May 11 to Aug. 28 for Walker House Museum in Kincardine. Uni- versity student majoring in liberal arts or history, seeking career in education, museum or tourism fields preferred. Must be engaging, creative, flexible, self-motivated and able to work as part of a team. The successful stu- dent will also possess strong verbal, written and digital communication skills. Tasks include guiding tours, pub- licity, maintenance of facility and records, and working on exhibits. Please email resume to paddywalker@bmts.com.

    SERVICES ALSTAR STARTER & ALTERNA- TOR Formerly Albrecht Auto Electric. Starters, Alternators, Generators, Voltage Regula- tors, and Batteries. Testing Service & Sales. Phone or Fax 519-392-8640. --TFN

    INCOME TAX - Personal and small business returns. Rea- sonable rates. Free pick-up and delivery in town. 30 years of experiences. Call Pat Porter at 519-396-8088 or email booky@tnt21.com. -- 10-17

    SELF-STORAGE UNITS conve- niently located in Kincardine. Secure, clean, dry, 24/7 ac- cess. Various sizes and heated units also available. Call or text 519-389-1015 -- 33TFN

    ROOM FOR RENT SAUBLE BEACH - One fur- nished room for rent in spacious house near water. $600/month. Non-smoking. Shared utilities. References required. Call 519-502-3311. -- 09-12

    HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. Close to downtown, golf course and lake. Large lot backing onto park. $1,750 plus utilities. References re- quired. Available April 1. Call 519-955-2230 or 519-389- 7221 after 5 p.m. -- 10-11

    2 BEDROOM HOUSE - Close to downtown & Bruce Power bus route; large & private back yard; water & lawn care included. Five appliances. Propane & electric heat. $1,600 plus utilities. Refer- ences required. Available now. Call after 5 p.m. to 519- 396-9043. -- 05 TFN

    PETTEPLACE In loving memory of our Auntie Sheila, who passed away March 18, 1994.

    Never more than a thought away,

    Quietly remembered every day.

    No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts, she is

    always there. ~ Love always, Sheila &

    John, Dylan & Tanner

    MacDONALD In loving memory of Jenny MacDonald.

    Gone, but never forgotten!! They say there is a reason. They say that time will heal. Neither time nor reason Will change the way I feel. Gone are the days we used to

    share, But in my heart you are

    always there. The gate of memories will

    never close. I miss you more than

    anybody knows. I love and miss you,

    sweetheart.

    ‘Til we meet again,

    ~ Love always, Kenny

    SENIOR’S EUCHRE (55+) is held Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at the Davidson Centre. Call John at 519-395-5291 for more info.

    * * * FOUNDATIONS OF HOPE HEALING ROOMS - 859 Queen Street, Kincardine; www.foundationsofhope. ca; 519-396-8890. Open Wednesdays 1-2:30 p.m. and Fridays from 7-9 p.m. No appointment necessary. Trained volunteers provide a safe place to receive confi- dential prayer & encourage- ment.

    * * * WEEKLY CARD GAMES for seniors (50+) are held in the seniors room at the Davidson Centre. Join us for Shooter on Tuesdays and six-handed bid euchre on Thursdays, both at 1 p.m. To pre-register for euchre call Elaine at 519-

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    THE SBGHC's KINCARDINE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY will hold its March meeting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday , March 25, in the classroom at the Kincardine hospital . New members are always wel- come . For more information, call Lois at 519-396-2818.

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    396-9209 or Bonnie at 519- 396-3822.

    * * * THE AFTER BEREAVEMENT FOR WIDOWS GROUP meets every Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Bruce Steakhouse. Con- tact: Bonnie (519-396-8384) or Judy (519-396-3743).

    * * * THE BRUCE CHAPTER of THE COMPASSIONATE SUPPORT GROUP invites bereaved parents to its weekly shar- ing circle. For details visit the website Kincardine@ TCFCanada.net or call 519- 832-7667 or 519-441-2911.

    * * * DROP-IN AT THE BRIDGE, at 746 Queen Street every Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Offering a safe, welcom- ing space to allow interaction for those who feel marginal- ized, vulnerable, isolated or disadvantaged.

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    ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 You may be facing the consequenc- es of a little overindulgence this week, Aries. It may take a bit for you to get back on track. Use every op- portunity to rest up. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, if you are moving from one job to another, you may have to put your social life on hold for a bit until all components of this transition are working smoothly. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, obligations at work or at home are building up and you may be experiencing extra stress. The key to feeling better is to take some of the responsibilities off of your plate. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, a lack of communication be- tween you and a close friend or rela- tive may have you wondering if this person is okay. Just be persistent with your inquiries. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, caution is called for any time a financial presentation is made that affects your finances. Properly vet all potential investments and anyone guiding you in this process. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, you may be putting your best self forward, but unless you get oth- ers to take notice, you won’t be able to make an impact. Enlist others to help. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, your ingenuity and imagi- nation have been wavering lately. Thankfully, that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to get things working again. Stay the course. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Financial matters come to the fore-

    front this week, Scorpio. You may have depleted your reserves a bit faster than expected. It’s probably time to curtail your spending. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you may need to say something to a loved one that shows how much you support this special purpose. Give careful consideration to what you want to say. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Use this week as an opportunity to catch up on some rest, Capricorn. Your schedule has been jam-packed for some time now, and your energy stores are depleted. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, you may be stuck in the middle of a situation with two people you care about. Be an impartial lis- tener to both instead of taking sides. Offer advice if it’s sought. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, you may be hit with a bit of melancholy this week, but it quickly subsides when you touch base with someone whose energy is conta- gious. FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS MARCH 18 Sutton Foster, Actress (45) MARCH 19 David Ross, Manager (43) MARCH 20 Ruby Rose, Model (34) MARCH 21 Scott Eastwood, Actor (34) MARCH 22 Nick Robinson, Actor (25) MARCH 23 Keri Russell, Actress (44) MARCH 24 Peyton Manning, Athlete (44)

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