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On Nov. 18, the James L. Pedlar Funeral Home hosted a fundraiser for Pelham Cares. This Ladies Night-Holiday Open House raised over $800.00 as well as collected additional non-perishable food items.   Dazzling the night was wine, cheese, sweets, jewelry and...

Quest for the right tree

For some people, there is no contest when it comes to choosing between a real or artificial tree. For Gary Rabb, it’s a new adventure. “The smell of the tree just screams Christmas,” the Bloomin’ Crazy owner said. “It’s that one...
Santa Claus and his elf made an appearance at the Country Christmas Collection over the weekend. The yearly event helps raise funds for the Maple Acre Library, while also promoting local artists and artisans.  “We had our own sale before Lynn...
The secret to success for communities is changing slowly. Mayor Dave Augustyn said successful communities evolve while keeping the residents involved in the change. In an interview looking ahead to a new term of council, the mayor touched on issues ranging...
Neither of Pelham’s two representatives on regional council will contend for the regional chair position. Mayor Dave Augustyn, who as mayor is one of 30 members of regional council, said he would not run.  He was just re-elected to his third...
A lawyer’s letter warning about potential deer hunting liability has been sent to Pelham, Thorold, St. Catharines and Niagara Regional councillors and mayors. Camille Labchuk, representing Dr. Craig and Robin Zavitz of Roland Road and the Shorthills Wildlife Alliance, said...
Mayor Dave Augustyn, in his inaugural address Monday, urged town council and Pelham residents to keep working together. Speaking in a recently restored 1888 Old Pelham Town Hall, the mayor in a nine-minute speech ran through a list of goals...
By WAYNE CAMPBELL for The Voice If you smiled when you saw evergreen boughs, garlands and red bows on polls along town streets, you made Gayle Baltjes-Chataway’s day. “That’s what it is all about,” to get everyone in the good mood,...
Christmas in Pelham committee is looking for decorating elves and hosts for two events. The elves will decorate the downtown early this Thursday morning. The hosts will assist at the Outdoor Christmas Market on the evening of Dec. 5, but should...
Pelham Communities in Bloom Committee is accepting nominations for the 2nd annual Christmas Light Competition. Nominations in four categories (residential, commercial, outdoor tree, and group or neighbourhood) will be received until Friday, Dec. 5. Nomination forms for this Christmas in Pelham...