It's Time To Register For Minor Sports Programs!


Valley East Minor Hockey

Linda Flintoff will take up a familiar position in front of her laptop as the Valley East Minor Hockey Association holds registrations for the coming hockey season at the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre. 

You can register your child on Friday, August 25 between the hours of 6 and 9:00  p.m. and again on Saturday, August 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  

Evening registrations will also be held at the mall on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, August 28, 29 and 30 from 6 to 9:00 p.m.  

2006-2007 Registration Fees

Tyke $300
Novice & Atom $310
Peewee $330
Bantam & Midget $375
For families with more than two children, the two eldest children will pay the full price and then the 3rd and subsequent children pay only $50 each.

If you have any questions about the Valley East Minor Hockey Association, make sure you stop by and visit the booth at one of the above times or you can call and leave a message at 969-6444. 

It is advised that you register early to avoid disappointment if some of the divisions fill up rapidly.


Valley East Skating Club

The Valley East Figure Skating Club has announced its registration schedule for the next couple of weeks. The registrations for Power Skating, Canskate and Figure Skating programs will begin on Friday, August 25, 2006 at the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. They will be back in the mall on Saturday morning from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 

On Monday and Tuesday, August 28 & 29, they will be at the Raymond Plourde Arena from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and will then return to the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre to complete their registrations on Friday, September 15 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, September 15 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

President of the Association, Ray Levesque, and Board Member, Renee Saya will be on hand to discuss the programs available and answer any questions you may have about the Club. 

For more information on the Power Skating or on the Valley East Figure Skating Club, you can go to the web site at www.vesc.ca 




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In Support of the President's Choice Children's Charity. The event will take place on Thursday, August 24 at 9:30 a.m. sharp at Neil's Your Independent Grocers at the corner of Dominion Drive & Hwy 69N. Pledge forms are available at Neil's. Make a small or large pledge and help children in our community. The walk will start at Neil's, proceed up to Dominion Drive, up to Hwy 609N and back to Neil's. A free BBQ will be held at the end of the walk for participants.

Valley East Ringette Association Expecting To See Big Increase In Enrolment This Season
The popularity of Ringette is expected to show in Valley East when the players hit the ice to begin the 2006-2007 season. The sport is receiving some excellent exposure at the secondary and post-secondary school levels. On top that the National Ringette League is playing games in small communities across Ontario, including a stop in Valley East last winter. As such, the Valley East Ringette Association is gearing up for one of their biggest years ever. In the photo at the side, two of the girls were taking part in a dry-land drill at Neil's Your Independent Grocers during their Annual Corn Roast on August 19.

Terry Gosselin, shown in the photo below with a wonderful lady by the name of Mimi Dube and one of the star players in the association, Ashley Stone, was very pleased with the Corn Roast, from both fund-raising and image-raising perspectives. "This gives us a chance to get visible in the public and let people know what we are all about. When the kids see us having a good time and working together they may be more interested in giving us a shot and register to play. Ringette is a fantastic game. All of the girls and boys who take part say they love the speed and skill involved and they truly enjoy the competition."

Terry, who is in charge of Publicity for the Association, expressed his gratitude to Mimi who had just donated some money to the league. She said she wasn't interested in eating anything from the barbecue, but she just wanted to support the club.

The photo at the bottom of this article shows some of the action that took place during the Corn Roast and Barbecue.

Registrations for Ringette will be held this coming weekend at the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre from Saturday, August 26 to Wednesday, August 30. 

According to Terry, "We held some of our registrations at the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre last year and it turned out very well. We met a lot of people who were not familiar with the sport and many decided to join. This year, our registration times will be Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 :00 p.m. on both days. We will be there again on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights for registrations from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. If you have any questions about the sport, the games, the costs, etc., simply drop by and we will have someone on hand to help you."

For even more information, you can go to the web site address which can be found in the title under the headline above.




  • Registration Time for Minor Hockey
  • Valley East Skating Club Takes Registrations At The Mall
  • Valley East Ringette Association Expecting To See Big Increase In Enrolment This Season
  • Home Comfort Specialists From Independent Energy Services Provided Many Homeowners With Valuable Advice During Mall Exhibit 
  • Visit Fantastic Floors to Begin Planning That Fall Renovation Project Before the Cold Weather Settles In
  • Masciangelo Motors Brings In Greater Number of On-Site Vehicles With Expansion of Lot Space
  • Index of Previous Issues


  • How Old Would You Be If You Didn’t Know How Old You Are?  ...Editorial by Robert Kirwan 
  • A Very Successful 2006 Valley East Minor Soccer Season Comes To An End
  • Valley East Ladies' Slo-Pitch League Plays Every Monday and Wednesday Evening At Centennial Fields In Hanmer
  • Valley East Cobras AAA Midgets 2006-2007 Team Tryout Schedule
  • Combination Locks Now Available At Sixteen Different Locations In The Community Each Week.
  • Doug & Linda Beswick Featured On The Cover of International Magazine For Oxyfresh
  • On the Lighter Side
  • Long Distance Calling????  Interested in Voice Over Internet Technology??? Need Your Computer Repaired???
  • Question of the Week Answered by Robert Kirwan
  • Election Information Section


  • Valley East is the place to be!
  • Summer Students Enjoy Experience With Community Living Greater Sudbury This Summer
  • 3rd Annual Model Airshow & Yard Sale Hosted by Greater Sudbury Modelers
  • Choosing The Right Back To School Footwear Can Mean All The Difference In The World For Your Children
  • Popularity of "Welcome Home Gift Basket" Is Clear Indication Of Growth Of The Community
  • Keep The Spirit Alive Contest Is Being Well-Received By Local Residents 
  • Ron & Lise Gladu Welcome All Visitors To Take A Tour Of Their Home Based Professional Studio
  • Comments From Our Readers Are Always Welcome And Will Help Us Make Valley East Today Even More Useful
Chico's Bowl in Hanmer has become one of the hottest spots in the region for league bowling action. Once again it is time for teams to register for play.


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The Confederation Secondary School French Immersion Educational Tour group is now selling tickets to the Spaghetti Supper which will be featured during the Valley East Lions Charity Days being held at the Centennial Arena in Hanmer on Saturday, September 9, 2006. Tickets are only $6.00 each. For this you get a full plate of spaghetti, salad, a bun and coffee. Companies, businesses and organizations are encouraged to consider purchasing a whole table of eight seats for only $48.00. If you are interested in purchasing tickets to support the Confederation Secondary School French Immersion Educational Tour, you can contact Gisele McCue at 969-3996.

Home Comfort Specialists From Independent Energy Services Provided Many Homeowners With Valuable Advice During Mall Exhibit

Rick Villeneuve, owner of Independent Energy Services located in the Valley East Industrial Park, is shown on the left arranging colourful brochures that were available for the public during the Corporate Exhibit whcih was held at the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre on Thursday, August 17 and Friday, August 18, 2006.

During the two day presentation, Home Comfort Specialists from IES were on hand to answer questions and provide expert advice on how to get your home ready for the long, cold winter months ahead.

In April 2000 Rick decided to leave his 11-year position as Service Inspector at Union Energy (formerly Union Gas) to start up a Residential Plumbing and Heating business. With the support of his wife, Jody (nee Connors), Rick worked from the basement of his home in Valley East with 2-5 employees.

In 2001, Rick bid on his first Commercial job at the Club D’Age D’Or in Hanmer. The Board of Directors was pleased with his presentation and awarded him the job. This large renovation quickly grew into a large mechanical project and allowed Rick to increase his workforce. The experience was a success and helped set the foundation to pursue work in the commercial market.   In September 2004 Rick relocated the business to the Valley East Industrial Park at 2869 White Street where Independent Energy Services, provides Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning equipment and services to both the Residential and Commercial markets.

Rick makes it very clear that he is in this business for the long term. “I believe that I have formed a sound foundation for this business and, I intend to pass it on to my sons, Justin and Joel. I am hopeful that it will be passed on for generations and that it will continue to employ and support many families within the Sudbury region as well as continue to serve our customers’ needs”.

Rick and Jody used the event to introduce the community to their team of professional “Home Comfort Consultants”. 

All of the Home Comfort Specialists at Independent Energy Services look forward to opportunities to get out into the community to help the general consumer become more familiar with plumbing, heating and cooling systems that are on the market today.

"An educated consumer makes wise choices," indicated Barry Hamilton, Sales Manager of Independent Energy Services, shown on the right in the photo at the left.

Barry especially enjoys demonstrating new products and technology to home owners who stop by to visit their corporate public exhibit. According to Barry, everyone was very interested in the TRANE CleanEffects air filtration system which uses a special technique to "electronically charge" air-borne particles in order to trap them as they pass through the cold-air return in your furnace. "This is a new product by TRANE that will filter up to 99.98% of air-borne mold spores, allergens and other particles that are known to create problems for people with respiratory conditions," explained Barry. "As the particles flow through the filter they are given an electrical charge, which then allows them to be trapped inside the system. The air that goes on to the furnace and then into the house is 99.98% particle free. With so many people complaining about allergies today, this system will go a long way to providing them with added comfort and an improved quality of life."

Rod O’Grady, shown in the photo on the right, found that many people were equally impressed with information about the TRANE XR Series Air Conditioners which are built with a Duro-Tuff basepan and a state-of-the-art Spine Fin Coil. Homeowners are surprised to find out that it is really not very expensive to install a central air conditioning system in existing homes. According to Rod, most new homes being built today come with central air already installed. 

If you didn't have a chance to meet with the Independent Energy Services Team during the display at the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre, then you may want to explore their new web site to find out more about the company and the products they carry. You'll find out what is meant by “clean air, the best air and, Total Home Comfort - the Independent Way with Trane products.  At Independent Energy, we are committed to building customer relationships and providing customers with the best HVAC systems and the most value — value through technical expertise and quality Trane products. Remember, “It’s hard to stop a Trane!”

As a special offer, upgrade your existing Heating and Air Conditioning system before August 31st , 2006 and receive a $1000.00 rebate when you purchase Trane products.  Offer ends August 31st , 2006




There are only three games left before the playoffs begin on September 1, 2006. The race is tight in a couple of divisions where teams are vying for placement for the semi-finals. Check out the standings by clicking on the link to the right and opening up a WORD document which will contain the latest standings, courtesy of Brian Beaupre.  We appreciate Brian's efforts in providing us with this important service.

AUGUST 20, 2006
Visit Fantastic Floors to Begin Planning That Fall Renovation Project Before the Cold Weather Settles In
Bernie & Ron Pedneault will be approaching the first anniversary of the opening of their new store in Val Caron on October 1. It has been a great year for Fantastic Floors as they continue to establish their reputation for quality products and good, sound advice. Whether the job is big or small, you can always trust Ron to come up with excellent ideas to help you accomplish your goals within your budget constraints. One piece of advice he gives people during this time of year is that if you are thinking of doing some home renovations before Christmas, now is the time to begin looking through samples and preparing your plans. Don't wait until the last minute or you will be scrambling around and you won't be happy with the end result. Ron invites you to stop by his site in the Valley Bingo Plaza at any time to go over your plans and establish your options. He always encourages people to shop around and look for the best value because he knows that his prices cannot be beat, and he is confident in his ability to provide you with that bit of extra added value that means so much when you are renovating.  Make sure you visit their web site or call Ron today to get some more information on the Fantastic Floor experience.
FANTASTIC FLOORS, is open Monday to Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ; open late until 9 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, and; open until 5 p.m. on Saturdays. 
   We also invite you to take a virtual tour of FANTASTIC FLOORS on their web site at  www.fantasticfloors.ca 

2914 Hwy 69 North, Val Caron
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Valley Bingo Plaza


Marymount College/Academy’s  50th  Anniversary Reunion

Calling all former & present students & teachers …Spouses & friends welcome also…

Sat. Oct. 14th /06 --  11am-2pm: Open House - Marymount Academy

       6pm: Reception &  6:30pm: Dinner at  Howard Johnson Hotel (Brady St.)

      (Seating for 300 only!)

Sun. Oct. 15th/06 --  10:00am: Mass at Marymount

      11:00am: Light Brunch

Tickets: $50./person   Register online at: www.marymount.scdsb.edu.on.ca/reunion.html

Or pick up forms at St. Patrick’s Church (in main entrance at Youth Bulletin Board) 39 Walford Rd.;

Christ the King Church or Vicki Dee’s (Forms can be dropped off at all Sudbury Catholic Churches)

Mail cheque payable to Marymount Academy 165 D’Youville Ave. Sudbury, ON P3C 5E7

Final Registration Deadline: August 20th/2006



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Discover and Share Your Magical Self

Caroline McIntosh, shown above in the photo during one of her visits to the Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre has introduced local residents to VoiceBio, an alternative health technique that uses one's voice print to reveal certain information about the condition of the body. Caroline is Sudbury's first Certified VoiceBio Therapist.

Caroline has been providing Valley East Today with regular newsletters since December 2005. To access past copies of her publications, or to read the latest newsletter, click on the link below:



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Masciangelo Motors Brings In Greater Number of On-Site Vehicles With Expansion of Lot Space
Masciangelo Motors has recently expanded the the amount of space it has on site for vehicles and the result has been a huge increase in the number of cars and trucks on the lot for customers to browse through. 

Ron & Jeff continue to search out the auctions, both in person and on-line to bring in the best deals possible. This means that many vehicles are on and off the lot before you know it, so many people in the market for pre-owned vehicles have developed the habit of dropping in for a look on a regular basis.

You can still discuss the type of car or truck you would like to purchase and have Ron & Jeff search out the continent for exactly what you are looking for. The "Pick of the Month" section on their web site also gives you an excellent overview of the kinds of vehicles you can find on the lot.

If you want a close up look at the latest on the lot, just drop in and see Ron, Jeff, Tim or Jennifer. Better yet, go the link below and take a tour right from your computer.

You can find out much more by visiting the Masciangelo Motors web site at www.masciangelomotors.com

From Previous Issues
Feature Articles Table of Contents...

Aug. 22, 2006

  • Registration Time for Minor Hockey
  • Valley East Skating Club Takes Registrations At The Mall
  • Valley East Ringette Association Expecting To See Big Increase In Enrolment This Season
  • How Old Would You Be If You Didn’t Know How Old You Are?  ...Editorial by Robert Kirwan 
  • Valley East Cobras AAA Midgets 2006-2007 Team Tryout Schedule
  • Combination Locks Now Available At Sixteen Different Locations In The Community Each Week.
  • Question of the Week Answered by Robert Kirwan
  • Valley East is the place to be!
  • Summer Students Enjoy Experience With Community Living Greater Sudbury This Summer
  • 3rd Annual Model Airshow & Yard Sale Hosted by Greater Sudbury Modelers

Aug. 15, 2006

  • Valley East Lions Club Selling Tickets On 2006 Pontiac Wave To Raise Funds For Local Churches
  • Power Skating Program Benefits Skaters of All Ages
  • Home Comfort Specialists From Independent Energy Services Will Be On Display At The Mall To Help You Get Your Heating System Ready For Winter
  • Hanmer's Joey Niceforo Stars In 2006 Toronto Summer Music Festival's Don Giovanni Playing From August 17 to 20 
  • "That's Not My Problem"...Four Words That Will Surely Lead To Disaster! ...Editorial by Robert Kirwan 
  • A Very Successful 2006 Valley East Minor Soccer Season Comes To An End
  • Big Daddy Radio 103.9 Comes To The Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre For Special Sales Event
  • Doug & Linda Beswick Featured On The Cover of International Magazine For Oxyfresh
  • Long Distance Calling????  Interested in Voice Over Internet Technology??? Need Your Computer Repaired???
  • Peace & Serenity Awaits Visitors At Any Time of Day In Blezard Valley
  • Frontier Trail Association Is Trying To Promote Trails For Non-Motorized Recreation
August 8, 2006
  • The Case of The Missing Playground Equipment Is Solved
    But What Now????
  • The 2006 Mini-Masters Takes Place This Weekend on Saturday, August 12. There is still time to Registrations at The Valley Family Golf Centre
  • Valley East Mens' Slo-Pitch Standings 
  • Linda Tessier Is Winner of the July Customer Appreciation Contest At The Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre
  • Mary Guy Says Thank You To Everyone Who Supported The Dystonia Walk-And-Wheel Event
  • Is There Someone You Want To Thank Today?...Editorial by Robert Kirwan 
  • A Year Filled With Memories For Valley East's Ryan Benoit - Provincial Easter Seals Representative
  • Valley East AAA Midget Cobras Announce Try-Out Times
  • New Development Establishing Busy Intersection 
    As the "Power Centre" of Valley East
  • Hanmer Skate Board Park Is Typical of Similar Unsupervised Facilities
August 1, 2006
  • Valley East's John Rodriguez Enters The Race For Mayor of The City of Greater Sudbury
  • Natalie Raymond-Marois Of The Valley East Ladies' Slo-Pitch League Is Nominated As One of Greater Sudbury's Best Slo-Pitch Players  
  • Valley East Ladies' Slo-Pitch League Features Skill & Fun For The Girls of Summer
  • Let Us All Do Our Part To Return To The Basics of Life: People, Tolerance and Love...Editorial by Robert Kirwan 
  • It’s Time To Give  Valley East  An Identity
  • Hanmer's Joey Niceforo Continues To Shine As An International Star In The World of Opera
  • Frenchman/Hanmer/Joe/Dixon Lakes Ratepayers' Association Known Otherwise As The Valley East Ratepayers' Association Holds Impressive Annual General Meeting
  • Grotto of Our Lourdes Is Going To Become One Of The Major Attractions In Northeastern Ontario By The Time The Restructuring Project Is Completed
July 25, 2006
  • Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre Comes Out As One Of Most Courteous Areas Of The City In Sudbury Star Research
  • Chad Salemink of Desjardins' Food Basics Is One Of The Reasons Why People Are Impressed With Politeness Level Of The People of Valley East
  • Teens Invited To Work With Valley East Youth Centre To Make This Something That The Entire Community Can Be Proud Of 
  • The Key To Being A Successful Leader Is Simple… Know Your People! Editorial by Robert Kirwan
  • Sudbury Action Centre For Youth Enjoy Raising Funds For Wonderland Trip At The Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre
  • Buddies’ Restaurant Chosen To Host The First Annual Valley East Idol Competition  
  • Northway Bus Lines Is Looking For New Drivers
  • Are You Available For Work In Valley East or Capreol? Looking For Full- or Part-Time Employees? Check Out The Valley East Today Employment Section

July 18, 2006

  • Andrea Martin - A Renaissance Lady From Valley East Who Has Become The Public Face of Science North Enterprises
  • Local Residents Upset That Playground Equipment Taken From Elmview Playground Has Not Been Replaced
  • Exceed The Expectations of Those Around You...Editorial by Robert Kirwan
  • Free Bus Transportation From Capreol to Desjardins' Food Basics Twice A Month Now That Grocery Store Has Closed
  • The Action Was As Hot As The Temperature in the Valley East Mixed Slo-Pitch Tournament Held Last Weekend 
  • Ryan Benoit's Unique Abilities Serve Him Well In His Role as Provincial Ambassador for the Easter Seal Society
  • 21st Annual Hanmer Knights of Columbus
    FESTIVAL D'ETE / SUMMER FAIR Once Again Draws Huge Crowds To Hanmer

July 11, 2006

  • Junior Golf League At Valley Family Golf Centre Provides Introduction To A Lifelong Sport For Young Boys and Girls
  • Young Couple Chooses Valley East After Considering What The Future Will Offer For Their Children
  • Don't Throw Away That Old Paper Bag Full of Treasures...Editorial by Robert Kirwan
  • Safety of Children In Residential Subdivision Is Motive Behind Request For Additional Stop Signs On Desmarais Road
  • Valley East Soccer Club Holds Very Successful Houseleague Tournament At End of June
  • Robert Kirwan Says It’s Show Time For Valley East Time To Raise The Curtain  
  • Valley Acres Playground Is An Example Of Why Things Must Change In Outlying Areas of the City After November Election

July 4, 2006

  • Last Day of School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony A Significant Moment In The History of Valley View Public School
  • It Was A Morning That All Students From Val Caron and Valley View Public Schools Will Always Remember
  • You Could Win Millions In The “Keep The Spirit Alive Campaign” 
  • Masciangelo Motors Practices A Whole New Approach To The Selling of Pre-Owned Vehicles
  • Building A Strong And Productive Life is Simple...by Robert Kirwan
  • Valley East Lions Charity Days - Check Out The Vision Paper July 5 
  • Kin Club of Valley East Thank The Public For Supporting Them By Providing Record Sales Totals On July 1 Weekend
  • Lifeguard Team At Kalmo Beach in Val Caron Takes Pride In What They Do
  • Valley East Youth Centre Opens July 7 With Hope For A Long, Bright Future 
  • Myrna Young Plans On Making The 2006 Mini-Masters One Of The Best Ever At The Valley Family Golf Centre
  • Robert Kirwan Finds Election Campaign No Different From His Normal Routine  
  • What Happened To The Playground Equipment At Valley Acres Playground?

June 27, 2006

  • Val Therese Man Wins "Ticket To Ride" Contest And Takes Home $29,000 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
  • 350 Couples Celebrate Over 15,000 Years of Marriage In North Bay
  • Kin Club of Valley East Will Once Again Be Selling Fireworks For Canada Day At The Mall 
  • Coach Dan Ross Writes About The "Dream Season" For Bran-Kor Midgets
  • Jean Beaupre Strikes Gold In The Hills At Clearview  
  • Grade 3 & 4 Students From Ecole Notre Dame de L'Esperance Introduced To Golf
  • Former Easter Seal Ambassador Doesn’t Let Her Physical Disability Affect Her Attitude  

June 20, 2006

  • Junior Golf League Starts Thursday At Whistling Winds Golf Course
  • 9th Annual Dystonia Walk In Valley East Raises Valuable Funds For Research 
  • Valley East Lions Club Officially Opens Storage Building To Complete Re-Construction of Lions' Den
  • Madam Charette's Grade 3/4 Class Enjoys Sub Party For Participating In Mothers' Day Card Contest
  • Witnesses thrilled with response to convention  

June 13, 2006

  • Valley East Ladies' Slo-Pitch League Has Bright Future
  • The Campeau Family Is A True Example Of What Community Is All About In Valley East 
  • Club Optimiste de Vallee Holds Another Successful Golf Tournament In Valley East With 73 Participants
  • Grade 4/5 Class From Redwood Acres Enjoys Pizza Party For Participating in Mothers' Day Card Display
  • Young Student Creates Historical Display Honouring The Mazzuca Family
  • Marymount Academy Travelling Group Hosts Penny Table & Bake Sale At the Mall
  • St. Kevin's Parish Holds Its Annual Family Fun Day
  • Housing Market Is Strong In Greater Sudbury Area
  • Not All Full-Time Laurentian University Students Happy About Having To Pay $135 For Transit System Pass This Fall
  • City Council Urged To Ban Cosmetic Use of Pesticides

June 6, 2006

  • Vic Whissell To Coach Carter McDavid During Summer Months
  • Korbin Thibault Hopes To Make Baby Boy A Household Name  
  • Valley East Waves Excel In The Pool This Past Season
  • Mosquitoes: Don't let them ruin your outdoor activities
  • Therese Campeau is winner of May Customer Appreciation Contest
  • Local Residents Looking For Assistance In Finding Meaningful Employment Now Have Easier Access To Job Connect / Connexion Emploi
  • Valley East Waves Host First Car Wash At The Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre on Saturday, June 3, 2006

May 30, 2006

  • It’s Time To Bring Out The Bats & Gloves And “Play Ball”
  • Kin Club of Valley East Still Optimistic About Their Mission Despite Break In During Victoria Weekend Holiday
  • Ontario Metis Aboriginal Association Conducts Free Blood Glucose Screening Clinic
  • Healthy Babies - Health Children By Helping Young Mothers Before & After Birth
  • Young Friends Take Part In Relay For Life Project To Stay Together During Post-Secondary Years
  • Windows In Time Section Of Valley East Today Community Web Site Brings Back Fond Memories

May 23, 2006

  • Announcement of First Annual Lions Club of Valley East Charity Days Receiving Great Response From Local Residents 
    GARDENIA ETOILE FILANTE Will Be Held May 29, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. at The Valley East Public Library
  • A Special Thank You To The General Public From Lizette Gascon
  • Chevaliers du Columb / Knights of Columbus Council #5005
  • Co-op Education Program At Bishop Alexander Carter Catholic Secondary School Provides Valuable Real-Life Experience for Students 
  • Kin Club of Valley East Holds Annual Fireworks Sale To Raise Funds For Community Projects
  • Grotto Association Announces Winners of Mothers' Day Raffle Draw







The Valley East Today Weekly Online News Magazine and Community Web Site are being made available free of charge to local residents through the support provided by the following businesses and organizations. 

You are encouraged to take time to visit their web sites, which can be linked by clicking on each of the individual names listed below. 

On behalf of all who are enjoying the feature articles on this newsletter, we express our deepest gratitude to our sponsors.

Beswick Denture Clinic
Hart Department Store
VCCNet.ca Internet Solutions
Sole Mates Family Footwear
Desjardins' Food Basics
Pet Palace
The Source by Circuit City
Hanmer Home Hardware
Stan Thomas Solicitor
Drs. Dunlop & Labrecque Optometrists
Lou's Shoe Repair
Valley Plaza Barber Shop
Glamorous You
The Hanmer Valley Shopping Centre

Hanson Family Dentistry
Heatwave Tanning Salon
Fantastic Floors

Independent Energy Services

Ron Gladu Photos
Masciangelo Motors
Drago Men's Wear
Reliable Security

Sole Mates Family Footwear
Masciangelo Motors
Sudbury Rent-A-Home
O'Malley's Rent-A-Pub


If you are looking for a business in Hanmer or Val Caron, you should be able to find it on the Online Business Directory.  


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4456 Noel Crescent, Val Therese ON P3P 1S8
Phone: (705) 969-7215    
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