Volunteers - Community Care for Central Hastings


Volunteers - Community Care for Central Hastings
Fall/Winter 2014
Volume 3, Issue 1
This Wheelchair accessible van has a very large ramp and
wide entry door to meet the needs for improved comfort, and
safety of our clients.
The van is capable of transporting wheelchairs, a variety of
other mobility assisted devices, and additional passengers.
Please give our office a call to find out more.
613-473-9009 or toll free 1800-554-1564
Please provide as much detail about the trip as possible.
If you are someone who loves to drive, has a reliable
vehicle, and are interested in taking seniors to their
appointments, this program is for you. We are currently
looking for volunteer drivers in the Tweed, Madoc and
Stirling areas. Call 613-473-9009 or 1-800-554-1564
Meals on Wheels
Diner’s Club
Reassurance Calls
Friendly Visiting
Foot Care
Household Management
Crisis Intervention
Health & Wellness
Blood Pressure Clinics
Blood Donor Clinics
Chair Person: Brent Seaton
Secretary/Treasurer: Cliff Derry
Past Chair Person: Dave
Vice Chair: Wynne Rollins
Jim Denison
David Redcliffe
Joan Donaldson
Barb McLean
Michael Cassidy
Community Information Updates
Rural Mail Couriers Alert
The generous donation of your
time and talents have greatly
contributed to the well being of
Please visit our website at
our community and it’s seniors.
www.ccch.ca for extensive information about the agency, volunteer- May you and your families have a
ing, programs, news and events, do- wonderful holiday season, a very
merry Christmas and the best of
nations and so much more.
health and fortune in the new
Warmest regards & best wishes,
from the Board members and
Staff of CCCH
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Important Holiday Information
The office will be closed from Wednesday December 24th at noon
and will re-open Monday, January 5th 2014. We will be monitoring
messages periodically throughout the holiday. Please leave your
name, telephone number and a brief message. We will address only
essential requests during this time, otherwise we will return your
call upon our return January 5th.
Meals on Wheels - Dates to Remember
Due to holidays, we encourage you to order frozen meals by
Wednesday, November 26h to ensure you get everything you want.
There will be no delivery of hot meals on the following dates:
Thursday Dec. 25th 2014
Tuesday Dec. 30st 2014
Thursday January 1nd 2015.
First meal of the New Year Tuesday, January 6th, 2015!
Walk Program is suspended over Christmas after AM Walk Wednesday
December 19, 2014 and resumes Monday January 5, 2015
Mathew Place Social Christmas dinner will be held Dec. 18th.
Inclement Weather Reminder
Old man winter will soon be sending winter our way.
We want to remind you that if the weather is bad, to listen to
the radio stations on CJBQ, COOL 100 AND OJ 95.5 for
cancellations of the Diners Club and Blood Pressure Clinics.
If you are scheduled for Transportation or to receive
Meals on Wheels, you will be contacted in the event of a
We want our clients and volunteers to be safe this winter.
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Consider the Gift that Keeps Giving!
An “In Honour” donation is a unique way to celebrate those who are
special to us. Occasions such as birthdays, weddings, anniversaries,
or the holidays are just a few examples when this type of donation
may be considered. Remembering someone close to you with an “In
Honour” donation as an alternative to flowers or a more traditional
gift, means a lasting contribution to someone in need. Donors
receive an official tax receipt for a minimum $10.00 donation & we
will send a card
acknowledging the donation with the
appropriate occasion being celebrated. “In
Honour donations are great to give and, of
course, wonderful to receive. Contributions
would stay in our community supporting and
enhancing the programs and services provided by Community Care. The next time you
are struggling to find that perfect gift, consider the gift that keeps on giving.
Judy Wallman, a professional genealogical researcher, discovered that
Hillary Clinton's great-great uncle, Remus Rodham, was hanged for horse
stealing and train robbery in Montana in 1889. The only known photograph
of Remus shows him standing on the gallows. On the back of the picture is
this inscription: "Remus Rodham; horse thief, sent to Montana Territorial
Prison 1885, escaped 1887, robbed the Montana Flyer six times. Caught by
Pinkerton detectives, convicted and hanged in 1889."
Judy e-mailed Hillary Clinton for comments. Hillary's staff of professional image adjusters sent back the following biographical sketch:
"Remus Rodham was a famous cowboy in the Montana Territory. His
business empire grew to include acquisition of valuable equestrian assets and
intimate dealings with the Montana railroad. Beginning in 1883, he devoted
several years of his life to service at a government facility, finally taking
leave to resume his dealings with the railroad. In 1887, he was a key player
in a vital investigation run by the renowned Pinkerton Detective Agency. In
1889, Remus passed away during an important civic function held in his
honour when the platform upon which he was standing collapsed."
And THAT is how it's done folks!
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Award Winners and Staff: (L to R)
Veronica Flint, Jan Bruce, Jennifer
Maloney, Curt Brinkman, Pat Dobb,
Sheila Zajac, Val Myles Gill, Mary Stewart, Lynn Bird, Debbie Courneya, Cliff
Derry, Noreen Reilly and Violet Sleeper.
On June 3rd, 2014 over 100
Community Care Volunteers
gathered in Madoc to celebrate a
Magical Evening in appreciation of
everything they do for
Community Care.
The volunteers were able to step
into a world of magic with top hats,
stars, cards and wands for
centerpieces on tables, and white
rabbits, dice, and
magicians posted
around the room. The
evening was a great
success and
volunteers left in awe
of amazement as
Evans and Evans
Magic and Comedy
performed an amazing
magic show.
We want to let all our
volunteers know that
you all are greatly
appreciated and our agency
wouldn’t be able to exist without
wonderful volunteers like you.
Meals on Wheels NEED YOU! Drivers for the Stirling and Tweed areas.
If you would like to help the Meals on Wheels programs continue to strive and
assist those in our community, please consider being a Meals on Wheels Driver.
Drivers are needed to deliver meals
Tuesday or Thursday, one day each month or when you are available.
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The Barbara Curtis Volunteer Award is
presented to a Community Care for Central
Hastings volunteer who shows extraordinary
leadership, innovation and creativity. This
award recognizes the contributions made by a
volunteer who supports Community Care’s
mission and assists the agency in moving
forward into the future.
Shown left is Executive Director Pat Dobb
presenting this years award to Cliff Derry.
2014 Spirit Award Winners
The Community Care Spirit of the
Community Award is
presented to
Community Care for Central Hastings
Volunteers, who show great
dedication and commitment to Community
Care and constantly go above and
Beyond, in support of its
Left to Right, Volunteers, Mary Stewart,
Sheila Zajac, Jan Bruce and
A little old lady sold pretzels on a street corner for a dollar each.
Everyday, a young man would leave his office building at
lunchtime and, as he passed the pretzel stand, he would leave
her $1.00 - but never take a pretzel !! This offering went on for
more than 3 years. The two of them never spoke. One day, as the
young man passed the old lady's stand and left his dollar as usual, the pretzel lady spoke to him for the first time in over 3 years.
Without blinking an eye, she said, "They're $1.25 now."
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We have a variety of Programs we offer to seniors in the
community which require the support of
These include:
Meals on Wheels- food preparers, drivers and assistance coordinating
Line Dancing Luncheon Assistance
Friendly Active Living Instructors for low impact exercise.
Household Management- a brokered program to assist clients with
indoor and outdoor home maintenance
Reassurance Calls to clients, providing a friendly voice and reassurance
Friendly Visiting to clients, to spend time with an isolated senior or
physically disabled adult.
Transportation, driving clients both long and short distances to
appointments, shopping and social activities.
Diners Club, assist in preparing, serving, cleanup of meals. Entertainers
are always appreciated for these events.
Hidden Treasures, is our retail outlet for slightly loved items.
We welcome volunteers to assist at the store and donations are always
gladly excepted with a few exceptions.
Office- assistance in any number of tasks
Board Members- to support the agency mission and objectives
Foundation Members- to assist the agency in activities and fundraising
To become a volunteer you can call the office 613-473-9009,
Toll Free 1-800-554-1564 or print the volunteer form found on our web site
www.ccch.ca under the heading “Volunteers” and mail it back or drop it off
to us at the office
115 Durham St. N. Box 310 Suite 3A Madoc ON KOK 2K0
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Jennifer gave birth to a beautiful and healthy baby girl
on September 15th. She was born 3 weeks early, and
weighed 6 lbs. 11 ounces. The proud parents have
named her
Jennifer will be on maternity leave for the next year. We
wish her and the family, all the very best!
Please welcome Terra Williamson as the Volunteer/
Program Coordinator in Jennifer’s absence.
Terra brings with her experience from other Community
Support Services and will be a fine addition to the
Community Care staff team.
New Executive Assistant
Please welcome Deborah Dupuis as Executive Assistant.
Deborah comes to CCCH from the private sector with a
background in business. She is married with three
children and six grandchildren. Deborah will be
providing administrative support for the Executive
Director, Pat Dobb.
“I look forward to working with the dedicated volunteers &
Regional Care Coordinators
Please welcome Susan Wheatcroft Crevier as a Regional Care Coordinator serving
CSS agencies within the Southeast Ontario Communities. The RCC program
provides assessments, in-home visits and referral services to assist clients. Susan
has been working with Lennox and Addington Seniors Outreach in Napanee. She
brings a lot of experience to the sectors’
Community Support programs and services. We are very pleased to
welcome Susan to the Community Care staff team.
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By Violet Sleeper
All proceeds from the sale of our quality
used furniture and household items go
towards funding CCCH’s programs for
seniors and the disabled.
Our monthly silent auctions of special & unique items start around
the 15th each month and bidding continues for a period of 10 days.
Our large and varied stock of Christmas items and decorations is on sale
now. Shop early and don’t be disappointed.
We now carry a line of used mobility equipment which includes Wheelchairs, walkers and commodes.
Children’s assistive device may also be available.
Currently we are in need of good quality Sofas and Kitchen Tables &
Our stock is constantly changing, so come in often to browse. You never
know what you might find!
Located at 332 Victoria St. North, Tweed. 613 478-0101
Store Hours: Monday through Friday 10:00am -4:00 pm
Saturdays from 10 am to 3 pm. We are closed Sundays and holidays.
Chocolate Avocado Mousse—Absolutely Delicious—serves 4
2 ripe avocados
1/2 cup sifted cocoa
1/2 cup soy or almond milk
1/4 cup maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla
Place all ingredients in a food
processor or blender. Process
until smooth, place in pudding
cups. Garnish with fresh
raspberries or blueberries.
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The CCCH Foundation operates exclusively as a
charity to support and further the life, work and mission of
Community Care for Central Hastings
and to assist seniors and adults with physical disabilities
residing in Central Hastings, Ontario.
Please set aside Sat May 2, 2015 and join us for our
15th Annual Dinner Auction.
Enjoy a lovely dinner
while bidding on the silent
& live auctions at the
Madoc Township Hall,
Doors open at 6:00
Dinner is served at 7:00
Some Good News!
In the fight against climate change
UK and Germany have broken
records for generating solar
electricity in June of this year. Germany generated over half its electricity demand and the UK nearly
doubled its 2013 peak output.
Since the beginning of the year
95 developing countries had
renewables support policies in
place up from just 15 in 2005.
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Chair Person: Brent Seaton
Secretary/Treasurer: Cliff Derry
Vice Chair: Claire Francis
Jan Bruce
John Robert Sarles Taylor
Joan Donaldson
Health & Wellness
Take part in programs that focus on participation in a healthy lifestyle as well
as health maintenance
We can all do
something to
keep mobile!
Friendly Active Living
Ten simple yet progressive exercises designed to
enhance and maintain functional fitness, mobility
and independence.
Wednesdays - Madoc Trinity United Church
Indoor Walk Program
Join us Monday, Wednesday and Fridays
mornings at Centre Hastings Secondary School
9:45-10:45 a.m. or,
evenings on Monday, Tuesday and Friday
6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m.
for an enjoyable walk with friends.
Blood Pressure Clinic
No Appointment Necessary
Regular monthly monitoring of your blood pressure in a
comfortable, friendly setting
Madoc - 3 Wednesday of the Month - Located @ Seniors Building
47 Wellington Str. - Common Room - 9:30am to 11:30am
Marmora – 2nd Tuesday of the Month –– 9:30am to 11:30am
58 Bursthall Str. – Common Room
Stirling – 2nd Thursday of the Month –Located @ Seniors Building
204 Church Str. -Common Room – 9:00am to 12:00am
Tweed – 1st Wednesday of the Month –Located @ Seniors Building
23 McCamon Str. -Common Room – 8:00am to 12:00am
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Monthly from
Sept- June
2nd Monday
St. John’s Anglican Church
2nd Wednesday
Marmora Community Centre
4th Monday
4th Wednesday
St. Paul’s Unit- St. Edmund’s
ed Church
Hall, Stoco
Join us for our Christmas Diners! Enjoy a Turkey Dinner with Turnip & Carrots,
Potatoes, Mincemeat Pie & Apple Pie
Madoc: December 8 Marmora: December 10 Stirling: November 24 Tweed: November 26
Meals on Wheels: HOT Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:30 to 1:00
Frozen deliveries monthly: Madoc & Stirling: 2nd Thursday and
Tweed & Marmora the following Tuesday
4th Thursday
43 Matthew
Clinics Monthly
3rd Wednesday
47 Wellington St.
Friendly Active
Weekly from Sept
- June
Wednesdays Trinity United
Church 10:30 am
Foot Care
Indoor Walk
Program from
Sept - June
2nd Tuesday
Caressant Care
2nd Thursday
9 - Noon
204 Church St.
1st Wednesday
8:00 - Noon
23 McCamon
1st Thursday of
Centre Hastings Secondary School - Madoc
A.M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:45-10:45
P.M. Monday, Tuesday and Friday 6:45-7:45
Place this calendar on your fridge or bulletin board as a
reminder of planned events
115 Durham St. N, Box 310 Madoc, On K0K 2K0
613-473-9009 or 1-800-554-1564 ccch.ca
Volunteer Escorted
Transportation program
Madoc Farmers Market
welcomes CCCH
Volunteer Drivers are available
for long distance and local trips
to medical appointments,
shopping or social activities to
assist seniors and adults with
physical disabilities.
Community Care for
Central Hastings was proud to be
invited to take part in the Madoc
Farmers Market this summer.
booth was set
Saturday July
26 2014.
Staff, Veronica Flint along with
volunteer Beverley Lane enjoyed
answering questions about our
agency programs and recruiting
some new volunteers. The day was
a success, sharing information
about the agency’s
programs and how we need more
wonderful volunteers.
Accessible Mobility Van
The Accessible Mobility Van is
available to transport
seniors and adults with physical
disabilities requiring assistive
devices such as Wheelchairs to
and from Medical
Appointments. Local and long
distance trips are
Shawna Mathison stands with Beverley
in front of the CCCH display
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Monday, September 29 Volunteer Drivers Meeting
A huge Thank you to our
Guest Speaker
Adam Hambly of Medigas
in Belleville Registered
Respiratory Therapist &
CRE (Certified Respiratory
Adam provided great
L to R—Graham Scott, Renee Toms, Shirley Evans, Barb Stone, Pat
Miville, Daryl Sleeper, Karen Hollis, Linda Nicholson and Jim
instructions on proper
operation of oxygen
In front Transportation Program Coordinator Lynn Bird.
systems and safe tips on
travelling with oxygen. Gift cards were donated by Hunter Ford of Madoc
and McKeown Motors of Springbrook.
For the 12 month period ending March 31, 2014, 7934 trips were provided by
50 Drivers to Seniors and Physically Disabled Clients.
That’s Impressive!
* HGBM - Had Good Bowel
* LMDO- Laughing My Dentures Out
Seniors now have their own
* LOL- Living on Lipitor
texting codes:
* OMSG - Oh My! Sorry, Gas
* TOT- Texting on Toilet
* ATD- At the Doctor's
* WAITT - Who Am I Talking To?
* BTW- Bring the Wheelchair
* WTFA - Wet the Furniture Again
* BYOT - Bring Your Own Teeth
Hope these help.
* CBM- Covered by Medicare
GGLKI (Gotta Go, Laxative
* CUATSC- See You at the Senior
Kicking in!)
* FWIW - Forgot Where I Was
* GGPBL- Gotta Go, Pacemaker
Battery Low
* GHA - Got Heartburn Again
Young people have their
texting codes like lol etc,
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Community Champions Week
Over the last 8 years, Community
Care for Central Hastings has
participated in the North American
Mayor’s For Meals campaign
today. The campaign was designed
to promote the challenge of
senior’s hunger and the role Meals
on Wheels plays in our community
to address this challenge. The
Mayor’s for Meals campaign began
as an annual event in the United
States to increase public awareness,
recruit new volunteers and increase
funding for Meals on Wheels
organizations, the event has
extended to Ontario, with events
being held across Canada. Mayors
from around the country were
asked to help deliver meals with
their local Senior Nutrition
Program to seniors in their
However, in 2014 this single day
that was known as Mayors for
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Meals, has been become a
week-long celebration called
Community Champions Week.
During the third week of March –
Monday, March 17 through Friday,
March 21 local officials, celebrities,
athletes and/or business owners are
being encouraged to get out, speak
up, deliver meals and raise
awareness about senior hunger by
participating in the March for Meals
campaign. This as an international
campaign provides the opportunity
to shed light on our valuable
services, celebrate our homebound
neighbours and generate the
resources needed to address senior
Elinor White and Ellen FeganWright, Board Members for the
Marmora Food Bank assisted with
preparing the soup for delivery.
The Marmora Helping Hands Food
Bank provides an essential service
in the community.
The Marmora Helping Hands Food
Bank is located in the basement of
the Marmora Library on the main
street. In February 2014 alone, they
provided food baskets to
69 families in need. (cont’d next
now grown into a 5
month program that runs
from January to June, 5
days a week from 8:30
AM to 1:30PM.
The program not only
exposes its participants to
various trades and skills
but also helps
create an awareness of community
CHAMPIONS (Continued)
issues and what it means to develop a
Tom Simpson and Brad Olsen from
commitment to the community you
Centre Hastings Secondary School
live in. The grade 11, 12, and Super
along with the 15 students from the
12 students provide free labour to
Renovation and Restoration Program various individuals and organizations
assisted with loading the meals into
within the community and various
volunteer vehicles. The Renovation
contractors and trades person work
and Restoration Program started 8
with the students to develop skills that
years ago as a 2 week program. It has they can use for future employment.
Meals on Wheels News!
Meals on Wheels Drivers are needed to deliver
meals Tuesday or Thursday, one day each month
or when you are available.
Frozen Meals
With winter weather approaching it is a good time to
think about being prepared for the
unexpected. Frozen meals are available to have on
hand just in case, for those wintery days. If you
would like to place an order for frozen meals please
contact the
office 613-473-9009 ext. 502
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On June 21, Community Care
for Central Hastings (CCCH)
partnered with Hunter Ford of
Madoc to conduct a Drive One
for Your Community Event.
Ford of Canada’s unique event, known as Drive 4UR Community, is a
way for local Ford Dealerships to support a local community or school
partner in their fundraising events. For every test drive that is completed during the daylong event, Ford of Canada donates $20.00 to
the partner, up to $6000.00. This event began in 2010 and so far
more than $4 million have been raised for the community partners.
Pat Dobb, the Executive Director for CCCH stated that
―Community Care for Central Hastings is thrilled that Hunter Ford
chose our agency as this year’s partner in in the Drive 4UR Community Event. Only 66% of our funding comes from the Southeast Local
Health Integration Network, CCCH is responsible for fundraising the
additional 34% required to run our
programs and these funds will definitely help.‖
Scott Gougeon from Hunter Ford indicated that ―Hunter Ford was
happy to partner up with Community Care for Central Hastings for
this year’s Drive One for Your Community Event. We feel privileged
to work with a group that plays such an important role in our community.
“Thanks to the support of the community, the event, which was
held in Tweed, raised $2820.00 for Community Care for Central
(Continued next page)
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(cont’d) On Sept 4/14, Scott Gougeon, along with his staff,
presented Lynn Bird, CCCH’s Transportation Coordinator,
and Veronica Flint, Meals on Wheels Coordinator, with a
cheque for the funds raised during the Test Drive Event.
The staff of Community Care for Central Hastings would like to take this
opportunity to thank Hunter Ford, Ford of Canada, Pizza Latina for the
loan of their parking lot, and the community of Central Hastings for their
support. Lynn Bird, CCCH’s Transportation Coordinator, expressed her
gratitude towards Hunter Ford and said that Hunter Ford has always
been a huge supporter of CCCH, especially the Transportation Program.
She further said that ―Hunter Ford partnering with CCCH for this event has
been overwhelming.‖ Indicating that the funds raised through this event
will go a long way in supporting the Transportation Program.
This program provides seniors in our community with both medical and
personal transportation trips. In 2013, 7988 trips were completed by 53
dedicated volunteers.
By working together, we can make a difference.
is a Yiddish word meaning
gall or brazen nerve,
sheer guts plus Arrogance.
It’s Yiddish and no other
word, in any other
language, can do it justice.
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If you enjoy preparing meals or
driving or meeting new people, the Meals on
Wheels Program is for you. Currently looking for volunteers; To help prepare and pack
the meals in Ivanhoe. To pick up the meals
from Ivanhoe and bring them back to your
community in the Tweed and Stirling areas.
Also looking for volunteers to deliver the
meals to the clients in your community in the
Tweed and Stirling areas.
If you enjoy getting to know people and
looking for something to do once a month,
the Diners Club program is for you. Currently looking for volunteers; To call clients to
notify them of the upcoming diners in the
Stirling area. To help prepare the meal in the
Stirling area. To help set up and clean up in
the Stirling and Madoc area.
If you are someone who can help maintain a
client’s home (indoors or outdoors) the
Household Management program is for you.
Currently looking for Snow Removal brokered workers in the Marmora and Stirling
areas and brokered workers to help with indoor tasks in the Marmora area.
If you are someone interested in sitting and
visiting or going for walks or out for coffee
with a senior or adult with physical disability
this program is for you. We are looking for
Friendly Visitor Volunteers in the Madoc,
Marmora, Stirling and Tweed areas.
If you are someone who can provide a listening ear and friendly voice to a lonely senior
or adult with physical disabilities this proTRANSPORTATION DRIVERS
gram is for you. We need
If you are someone who loves to drive, has a Reassurance volunteers to call;
reliable vehicle, and are interMadoc clients on Wednesdays.
ested in taking seniors to their
Marmora clients on Mondays, Wednesdays
appointments, this program is
or Fridays.
for you. We are currently
Stirling clients on Mondays, Wednesdays or
looking for volunteer drivers
in the Tweed,
Tweed clients on Fridays.
Madoc and Stirling areas.
Caring comes from within, but our strength comes from our Volunteers
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Makes 1 loaf
1 cup of soy or almond milk*
½ teaspoon apple cider vinegar or lemon
1/3 cup oil**
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon ground flaxseeds
2 cups grated, raw sweet potato***
milk mixture and the grated sweet potato.
In a medium bowl, mix together the flour,
sugars, spices, baking soda, baking powder,
and salt.
Pour these dry ingredients into the bowl
with all the wet stuff in it and mix until
there are only a few dry spots. Dump in the
nuts and mix it together a couple of times.
Pour the batter into your loaf pan and make
sure that it looks even.
Sprinkle the remaining teaspoons of sugar
on top and put it in the oven.
Bake for 45-60 minutes or until a toothpick
stuck in the center comes out clean. Let that
cool for at least 15 minutes before diving in.
*We used almond.
** You can use something neutral tasting
like grape seed or something buttery like
olive oil. Whatever you already have is
*** This takes about 1 large sweet potato
and is a work out on your arm. If someHeat your over up to 350 degrees and grease
one in your place owes you a favor, call it
and flour a standard loaf pan.
in for this.
Mix together the milk and vinegar in a small
**** All-purpose, whole wheat, or a blend
glass and let it sit for a couple of minutes. In
of the two is all good. Use what you like.
a large bowl, mix together the oil, vanilla
extract, and ground flaxseeds. Stir in the
1 cup whole wheat flour****
1 cup unbleached flour
¼ cup sugar
¼ cup brown sugar
2 ½ teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup chopped nuts like walnuts or almonds
2 teaspoons sugar
If you know of any senior or disabled person who could use help from
any of CCCH’s programs, please contact us with the pertinent
information at 613-473-9009
Our younger
selves may be but
a shadow,
but deep inside of
us that person
still exists.
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Join us at the Diners club
Enjoy a homemade farmers style meal, social
activities and visit with new and old friends.
Bring your own dishes and enjoy!
Meals are $8.00/person and served in each area, once a month, in a central
location except for July and August.
Madoc - 2nd Monday of the month - St. John’s Anglican Church,
Marmora -2nd Wednesday of the month - Marmora & District
Community Centre
Stirling - 4th Monday of the month - St. Paul’s United Church
Tweed - 4th Wednesday of the month - St. Edmunds Hall, Stoco
November Menu:
Madoc—November 10th & Marmora November 12th
Meatloaf, Mash Potatoes, Carrots/Peas, Coleslaw and a Roll
Stirling November 24th & Tweed November 26th
*Turkey Dinner, Turnip & Carrots, Apple or Mincemeat Pie.
*Christmas Dinner
If interested in attending please call the CCCH office prior to attending at 613473-9009 ext: 504.
Madoc Footcare Clinic
For seniors and physically disabled adults
$25 = 1/2 hour appointment
Please contact Community Care for Central Hastings for
further information!
613-473-9009 or 1-800-554-1564
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The publication of Care Lines
is made possible by the
generous donations of our
Announcing Our New Mobility Van!
Worth switching supermarkets forTM
You may wish to advertise
your business, dedicate an issue in memory of a loved one
or sponsor an issue in your
own name.
Should you be willing to
sponsor an issue, please
contact Community Care
at 613-473-9009.
Located on Highway #37,in downtown
Gateway to the Land of Lakes.
56 Victoria St. N. Tweed ON
♠Open Every Day (except Christmas &
New Years)
Full sponsorship of an
issue is $300
Sundays & Holidays 9am-6pm
Mon-Thurs 8am-7pm
Fri: 8am-9pm Sat-8am-6pm
A co-sponsorship is $150
We also offer a Seasonal Garden Centre
Our very best wishes to all
clientele and
supporters for a
terrific Autumn, a
wonderful Christmas and a
healthy, happy New Year
filled with peace,
contentment and happiness.
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is a non-profit, volunteer based agency for seniors and adults with physical disabilities. We
strive to provide programs and services that assist our clients to reside in their own homes and
improve the quality of life by assisting them in
better utilizing community resources.
Location: 115 Durham St. N. Box 310
Madoc, Ontario, K0K 2K0
Phone:613-473-9009 Toll Free 1-800-554-1564
Fax: 613-473-9010 Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.ccch.ca
Community Care’s Newsletter, which is distributed
free of charge in the Central Hastings area, is not
intended to be legal or medical advice or to endorse
any product or service. It is meant to serve as an
informational resource & guide, and not as a
On behalf of the staff & volunteers at
Community Care we wish to
extend our deepest sympathy to the family
and friends of the wonderful clients and
volunteers who have passed away this
We are sorry for your loss and you are in
our thoughts.
WW1 1914-1918
WW2 1939-1945
Korea 1951-1953
We will
Gerry Michaud
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