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Sean & Orlena – What up on Facebook?

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Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain of the Mix97 Morning Show want to stay connected with their friends on Facebook..so they each read some of their friends POSTS

Have a listen to see if you made the cut.

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BAYSIDE SECONDARY FUN-DRAISER!

Kids age 10 and under pre-register this week for the *free* Wildcat 1Km run/walk and receive a *free* Bayside “Wildcat” water bottle!

On Saturday, May 2, 2015, bring your parents to cheer you on, or they can participate in the Wildcat 5Km run/walk. Proceeds from the registration fee of $25 will go toward purchasing great resources for our Bayside class-rooms and athletic teams. Parents can also participate in the FORD Drive 4 UR school event! Ford will donate $20 to our school for every on site test drive!

Don’t miss out on all this great fun on Saturday, May 2, 2015.

* Musical Performance by Stompin’ Jon!
* Fundraiser BBQ! Spirit Wear Sales!
* Race participants presented with medals and prizes!
* Raffle ticket winners announced!

$5.00 Raffle tickets are still available for purchase

More details at the Bayside Public School website or call the school at (613) 962-0694.

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Food For Learning Auction this Thursday night~

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Raising Funds for Food for Learning Programs

Tickets $20.00
For ticket information please contact:
Kellie Brace
Food for Learning Coordinator
(613) 966-1170, ext. 2232
kbrace@hpedsb.on.ca

Tickets also available at:
Maison D’ Eva, Studio 237,
All Good Things, Pure Honey Boutique & HPEDSB

• View and bid on an impressive selection of silent auction items
• Savor tasty hors d’oeurves prepared
by local secondary students
• You could win $500 in our roses raffle
• A chance to win Paris
themed souvenirs
• Help to raise funds to support local school breakfast, snack and lunch programs

Come join us for A Night in Paris

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It’s time for the annual Quinte Trash Bash – our community-wide spring cleanup!


Quinte Trash Bash is a cooperative event between the City of Quinte West, City of Belleville and the Township of Tyendinaga. They too will be holding their community-wide spring clean up – same date, same time.

Saturday April25,2015 (9:00am–2:00pm)
City of Belleville

Volunteering to help clean up your community? Here’s what you need to know:

Supply Kit contains: Nitrile gloves, garbage bags, clear/white bags for recyclables

Kits will be available of the 25th at the following locations:

Market Square
Cascade Park
Quinte Secondary School
Corner of Sidney Street & Bridge Street West

Contact person: Melanie Morrish (613) 967-3200 x.3219 | mmorrish@city.belleville.on.ca City of Belleville

Step 1: Register yourself at City Hall or online and choose an area where you would like to pick. Why are we asking you to register? It helps us identify the areas that have been cleaned and how many people are participating in the event.

Step 2: Pick litter on Saturday April 25 between 9:00am and 2:00pm.

Step 3: Bring your collected garbage to the dumpsters at Bridge/Sidney (by fairgrounds). If you don’t have wheels to drop off the trash, contact me to leave your items at curbside.

Step 4: Be sure to tell us how many bags you collected. It helps us collect information for our sponsors.

Too big, too dangerous to haul?

If you come across something really big or heavy (such as furniture) or something too dangerous to pick up (such as needles, condom, flammable liquids), take note of the location. Do not pick it up. Let us know and we’ll arrange to pick it up.

Handling Recyclables

Place your recyclables into one of the clear or white bags given to you in the kit. You will need to sort your recyclables at the drop-off location.
Only clean items can be recycled. Nothing with liquid, dirt, grease – including food grease, can go into the recycling.
Wet paper cannot be recycled.

City of Quinte West

Volunteering to help clean up your community? Here’s what you need to know:

Supply Kit contains: Nitrile gloves, some work gloves, garbage bags, clear or white bags for recyclables

Your contact person: Eldon Burchart (613) 392-1942 | eburchart@hotmail.com City of Quinte West

Step 1: Register yourself at City Hall and choose an area where you would like to pick. Why are we asking you to register? It helps us identify the areas that have been cleaned and how many people are participating in the event.

Step 2: Pick litter on Saturday April 25 between 9:00am and 2:00pm.

Step 3: Bring your collected garbage to 30 Pelham St, PW Yard, or 58 Plant St., Batawa between 9:00am and 12:00noon. If you don’t have wheels to drop off the trash, please call your contact person to make other arrangements.

Step 4: Be sure to tell us how many bags you collected. It helps us collect information for our sponsors.

Step 5: Join us for a free BBQ beginning at 11:00 at the Public Works Yard, 30 Pelham St.

Too big, too dangerous to haul?

If you come across something really big or heavy (such as furniture) or something too dangerous to pick up (such as needles, condom, flammable liquids), take note of the location. Do not pick it up. Let us know when you bring the garbage to the Public Works yard and we’ll arrange to pick it up.

Handling Recyclables

Place your recyclables into one of the clear or white bags given to you in the kit. You will need to sort your recyclables at the drop-off location.
Only clean items can be recycled. Nothing with liquid, dirt, grease – including food grease, can go into the recycling.
Wet paper cannot be recycled.

Thank you for volunteering to help clean your community!

Township of Tyendinaga

Volunteering to help clean up your community? Here’s what you need to know:

Supply Kit contains: Nitrile gloves, some work gloves, garbage bags, clear or white bags for recyclables

Your contact person: Mandi Buma (613) 396-1944 | recreation@tyendinagatownship.ca Township of Tyendinaga

Step 1: Register yourself at the Township Office and choose an area where you would like to pick. Why are we asking you to register? It helps us identify the areas that have been cleaned and how many people are participating in the event.

Step 2: Pick litter on Saturday April 25 between 9:00am and 2:00pm.

Step 3: Bring your collected garbage to the Municipal Office on Melrose Road between 9:00am and 2:00pm. If you don’t have wheels to drop off the trash, please call your contact person to make other arrangements.

Step 4: Be sure to tell us how many bags you collected. It helps us collect information for our sponsors.

Step 5: Join us for a free BBQ beginning at 11:00 at The Township of Tyendinaga Municipal Office.

Too big, too dangerous to haul?

If you come across something really big or heavy (such as furniture) or something too dangerous to pick up (such as needles, condom, flammable liquids), take note of the location. Do not pick it up. Let us know when you bring the garbage to the Public Works yard and we’ll arrange to pick it up.

Handling Recyclables

Place your recyclables into one of the clear or white bags given to you in the kit. You will need to sort your recyclables at the drop-off location.
Only clean items can be recycled. Nothing with liquid, dirt, grease – including food grease, can go into the recycling.
Wet paper cannot be recycled.

Thank you for volunteering to help clean your community!
Highschool
students

Need volunteer hours?

Contact Volunteer and Information Quinte to sign up and just join in!
Contact: Brenda Snider, 613– 969-8862
volunteer@viq.ca

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Bay or Quinte Home Show & Women’s Show this Weekend in Trenton

Home Show Hours
Friday
April 24
5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday
April 25
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday
April 26
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Admission

$3 per Adult
All children free

Home Show Location

Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens
8 Couch Crescent, Centennial Park,
Trenton, ON K8V 1G8

THE QUINTE WOMEN’s SHOW is in THE SAME BUILDING TODAY!

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BIG BROTHERS & BIG SISTERS YARD SALE this WEEKEND!

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QUINTE BALLET SCHOOL NEEDS YOUR HELP!

The Quinte Ballet School has entered The ADP Small Business Grant Contest
What will $10,000 give their small business?

ADP’s Small Business Grant Contest gives small business owners a chance to win one of six $10,000 cash prizes and one year of waived payroll fees, valued at up to $3,500.

THIS IS WHY THE QUINTE BALLET SCHOOL NEEDS THAT GRANT!!

A gift of $10,000 would allow us to: 1. Add to our scholarship fund by establishing additional and substantial scholarships targeted at boys who wish to join our school. Other dance schools across Canada offer free tuition for male dancers but, due to the size of our school and budget, we have been unable to do this thus far. 2. Increase the number of teaching hours and defer some of our expenses for our professional guest faculty we bring in from Toronto throughout the year and for our summer school. Given that Belleville is a smaller city, we add to the ranks of our local teachers by bringing in three male and one female dancer from Toronto to teach our ballet, jazz, modern and hip hop classes and hire additional pianists when budget allows. 3. To also provide additional costumes for our wardrobe department. We have a small costume stock of professionally designed and constructed costumes from classical ballets such as The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Paquita, etc. All are very old (20 years+) and most have been repaired too many times. We would use some of this money to re-build or purchase new costumes and costume pieces.

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Nick Foley of Belleville sets out on MEGA RIDE from BC for INCLUSION



Best Buddies Canada is very excited to announce our partnership with Nick Foley from Move For Inclusion! Nick will be riding his bike across Canada, from Victoria BC to St. John’s Newfoundland, to promote inclusion! He is raising money through Move for Inclusion to support Best Buddies in schools across the country. The ride begins in 2 weeks on April 22, let the countdown begin! We will announce the ride stops shortly so you and your Best Buddy can go out and support Nick in your community!

Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain catch up with Foley in BC this morning before he heads out on his 96 days journey~

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Lori Sioui of Quinte Broadcasting heads to Pan Am

First of all, Happy Office Administration Day! Our part time Office Administrator Lori Sioui joined the Mix97 Morning Show crew, Orlena Cain and Sean Kelly to talk about her recent acceptance as a volunteer to the PAN AM GAMES in Toronto!
SIOUI has a VERY SPECIAL JOB – LISTEN HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT


(Lori is ready to sample)

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The happiest city in Canada is . . . Sudbury

Many assume that wealth is a sign of happiness — but early research shows that health and community belongingness are better at predicting life satisfaction.

READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE HERE

Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain of Mix97 Radio Morning Show speak to Angela Gemmill of Kiss 105.3 FM news departmenton why Sudbury makes her happy!

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