7 | The IFP -H alton H ills | T hursday,O ctober 1,2020 theifp.ca WINDOWS & DOORS VISIT OUR SHOWROOM: 11 MOUNTAINVIEW ROAD N., GEORGETOWN, ON L7G 4T3 905-873-0236 www.buy-wise.ca + + Fall Homeowners guide Barrister & Solicitors HOWITTandALLISON Scott B. Allison B. Comm, J.D. Noemi Ramirez B.A., J.D. 905-877-5139 www.howittlaw.com Suite 301, 83 Mill Street, Georgetown, Ontario L7G 5E9 Fax: 905-877-1155 Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org On behalf of the execu- tive and members of the branch, we would like to of- fer our sincere sympathy in the loss of one of Branch 120, Georgetown's World War 2 veterans, Shel Lawr. Shel was a resident of Sunnybrook Veterans Cen- tre for the last few years, and he loved it when those veterans visited our branch. He often met up with his grandchildren during these visits. When Acton visited Sunnybrook, he was always waiting at the door to greet us, and was happy to see people who were close to his home of Georgetown. We always had our pic- ture taken with Shel before we left the hospital. We will certainly miss him. We thank him for his service. This year's Remem- brance Parade scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 7, has been cancelled. In its place, we are planning a scaled- down version of the Ceno- taph ceremony to take place on Wednesday, Nov. 11. What it will look like has yet to be decided, and will depend a lot on govern- ment guidelines in place at the time. Further informa- tion will be issued closer to the date. Our current Poppy fund is $20,990.55. At a meeting on Septem- ber 21 it was determined that, due to the ever-chang- ing regulations being is- sued by the government, we will not be able to open the branch for the foresee- able future. We will keep the membership informed as best we can, using social media. It is the time of year for the Remembrance Day Contest of the Royal Cana- dian Legion. The contest consists of a literary com- ponent and a poster con- test. The Acton schools have graciously done this each year. Students can submit posters, poems and essays on own if they wish or through your school. If anyone requires further in- formation, please contact Peggy Graham at email@example.com. First place winners are submit- ted to zone and then if they win there go to District, Provincial and Dominion Command. We appreciate all entries. This is a fantas- tic way for students to show appreciation for our veterans as we remember them through pictures and stories or poetry. It is extremely impor- tant that members renew their membership for 2021. You can renew online at https://www.legion.ca/ join-us/renewal or you can submit a cheque to the branch by mail and include your Legion Number as well as your membership type. Annual membership is unchanged at $60. Please check the web- page at legion197.com, and in addition we will be post- ing information on Face- book. You can email the branch at firstname.lastname@example.org David Maloney is the public relations officer for the Acton Legion, Branch 197. He can be reached at email@example.com. OPINION FAREWELL SHEL, YOU'LL BE MISSED DAVID MALONEY Column LEGION MOURNS LOSS OF ONE OF ITS BELOVED BRETHREN, WRITES DAVID MALONY Looking for something to do in North Halton this weekend? Here's what is on in Milton and Halton Hills. PUMPKINS AFTER DARK When: Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3 and 4, 7 to 10 p.m. Where: Country Heri- tage Park (8560 Tremaine Rd., Milton) More info: A drive- through event with over 150 jack-o-lantern sculptures come to life on a scenic 2.5 km audio tour. Tickets must be purchased in ad- vance at www.pumpkinsaf- terdark.com. GEORGETOWN FARMERS' MARKET When: Saturday, Oct. 3, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Where: Main St. South, Georgetown More info: An incredi- ble selection of farm-fresh, warm-from-the-fields On- tario produce. The 2020 market season runs with COVID-19 protocols in ef- fect. MOCCASIN IDENTIFIER PROJECT When: Saturday, Oct. 3, 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Where: Halton Hills Public Library (HHPL) Georgetown (9 Church St., Georgetown) More info: Join mem- bers of the HHPL to learn about the different Indige- nous people who inhabited the land prior to settle- ment. All art supplies will be provided. MILTON FARMERS' MARKET When: Saturday, Oct. 3, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where: Milton Fair- grounds (136 Robert St., Milton) More info: The Milton Farmers' Market has found a new home in downtown Milton at the fairgrounds until Thanksgiving week- end. WHAT'S ON WHAT'S GOING ON THIS WEEKEND?