September 2018 Archive

Chiropractor helps fine-tune bodies to optimum levels

You are stronger than you think. Our bodies are designed to move, and when everything works in unison it results in a very resilient machine. A new Nobleton chiropractor wants to give people the tools they need to make their bodies work efficiently. Dr. Kirstie McDowell, of Nobleton Chiropractic and Rehabilitation (NCR), uses her training, experience and modalities to help patients of all ages.

Cougars looking for artifacts for season home opener

Looking ahead to their landmark 50th season, the Schomberg Cougars are also looking to the past. The Junior C club is asking anyone from the franchise’s storied past with items to loan for the 2018-19 season opener to come forward.

Saturday Night Bash helps fund research

The community is coming together to help fund vital research. The Saturday Night Bash Sept. 15 is in aid of ground-breaking research conducted through The University Health Network in Toronto.

King’s Terry Fox Run is this Sunday

King residents are helping to keep the hope alive by participating in the annual Terry Fox Run for cancer research. The King Township Terry Fox Run is on Sunday, Sept. 16 at Wellesley Park, King City (northwest corner of Keele Street and King Road).

Lowering the English lingo limbo bar

Our language is our main tool for communication and for many of us, it’s our bread and butter. In our home and native land, our language and our unique colloquialisms make us friends and bring all Canadians together.

Is happiness more elusive than ever?

Each generation has its unique challenges and crosses to bear. We Baby Boomers have evolved through some remarkable times, from the radical ‘60s and laid-back ‘70s to the tension-filled 2000s and current state of weirdness.

Top Canadian wakeboarders hit Spray Lake for nationals

The best of the best hit the waters of Spray Lake in King recently for the Canadian National Wake Championships, in what has become an annual stop on tour at one of Ontario’s top wake destinations.

Port Soiree offers consistent menu, old world charm

Alvaro Nascimento doesn’t consider himself as an artist. But he is creative and his passion isn’t confined to the canvas, but oozes from the menu of one of the area’s best restaurants.

New Nobleton playground a ‘testament to Lions’ commitment’

The ongoing renovation of the Nobleton Sports Park officially unveiled the latest completed project on Friday, with the Nobleton Lions Club handing a whopping $25,000 cheque to the Township of King for the brand new playground in the facility.

Special volunteers given fond farewell

“Get involved in your community as much as possible. It’s so rewarding.” No truer words have been spoken. And they come from Sue and Peter Iaboni, long-time King volunteers. The couple moved away from their cherished community, settling in closer to family in the Toronto area. Local residents, volunteers, dignitaries and members of Arts Society King (ASK) bid the couple a fond farewell last Wednesday at an event held at Seneca College.

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