Submit your classified ad by 5 p.m. Tuesday. Call 705-466-9906, fax  705-466-9908, e-mail [email protected]$17 + hst for 25 words or less.

For sale

DRY HARDWOOD – MAPLE 2 Years SEASONED, 15” lengths. $360/bush cord. FREE delivery.
Volume discounts and 12” length available. Complete Woodlot
Management, 519-986-2474.

Seasoned Firewood for sale. All hardwood. Bush cord $340 delivered. Face cord $110 delivered. Call Jerry at 705-888-3043.

High quality hay for sale at Morrison Century Farm. Call 705-888-8083 or email [email protected] 1881 Conc. 6.

Peace Valley Ranch Grass-fed Beef is hormone free and locally raised. Order a Side or Split Side to fill your freezer to feed your family or share with friends. Orders and deposits for our grass-fed beef must be received by May 1st with the balance due upon delivery. $4.50/lb. We are now taking orders for 2019! To place an order visit our website or call us at 519-925-6628.

Clothing  collection

Nov. 2 to Nov. 23. Creemore Echo is Collecting Cold Weather Clothing for the David Busby Centre in Barrie. It serves those who live on the streets and marginally throughout Simcoe County. As the colder weather arrives, they are seeking out men’s and women’s under garments, Long Johns, hats mittens, SOCKS, SOCKS, SOCKS and hand warmers. They never have too many socks! A jacket drive just happened so not looking for coats at the moment. Call Lorna May at 705-352-2759 for more info.


Due to the number of elves that will be in the kitchen creating amazing Christmas treats, Affairs Bakery and Cafe will be closed on Tuesday, November 20 and Wednesday, November 21. Pop in after that to see what delights they have baked up. 


Elliott Painting and Decorating, over 30 years experience with excellent references. Interior and exterior painting and wallpapering.  Call for free estimate at 705-466-2356.

Rod the Window Cleaner. You deserve a Clear View. Winter is coming! You know you want it! Residential, commercial, year-round. All windows welcome. Call 705-351-0768. References on request.

People, pets & property support. Call 519-938-6197.

Smith Lawn Care and Odd Jobs is always looking for new people to serve. If you require snow removal, lawncare, fall/spring cleanup, dump runs, handyman work and more, call Tristian at 705-888-7092. Licensed & insured.


Log Cabin for rent for the ski season or short-term rental. Next to Devil’s Glen Ski Club top entrance. Call 705-444-3746 or [email protected].

3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home away from home in the picturesque village of Dunedin. Close to various alpine ski clubs, walking & cross country ski and snow mobile trails. Minutes from Creemore where you can shop & dine or enjoy tours and tasting at the Creemore Springs Brewery. Laundry facilities on site. Parking for up to 6 cars. Approx. 1,600 sq ft of living space. Available: January 1 2019 to April 1 2019. Adults only & no pets or no smoking. $9,000/3 months plus utilities & cleaning service.  

In memoriam

MONTGOMERY – In loving memory of Lloyd Abraham Montgomery who left us on November 17, 2014.

It’s hard to believe that four years have already passed by. If you knew him, remember him today. Share a story about him with someone you know, doing so helps keep his memory alive.

Deborah, Andy, Justin and Alyssa Rowbotham


Creemore Farmers’ Market is looking for students who wish to get some volunteer hours on the weekend. Contact 705-818-1251.

Wanted: Handyman. 5 min from Creemore. Knowledge of HVAC, electrical, water systems, and repairs a plus. Please contact: [email protected]

Volunteers wanted to help decorate: Deck the Legion Hall on Thursday, November 22 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, Creemore Branch 397 at 27 Wellington St. W. This is a fun way to get in the Christmas mood! Visit for further info or contact Donna at 705-466-2523 or [email protected].


Creemore BIA is planning the annual Santa Claus Parade to take place on Saturday, December 1 at 1:30 p.m. For registration and information for floats: visit or call Sara at 705-466-9906.

Donations Requested for event on December 1 for Nottawasaga and Creemore Public School.

• graciously accepting ‘new and gently used’ items for the Breakfast with Santa Children’s Shopping Room. 

• items for the silent auction at the annual Breakfast with Santa event

If you would like to donate any items, please drop off your donation at the school. On behalf of School Council, we thank you for your generous donation. 

The Senior Wish Association is now accepting names for their Christmas Program. This ensures seniors identified as alone or lonely will receive a gift to open on Christmas morning. For more information on Christmas Wish, how to volunteer, Adopt A Senior you can personally shop for, or to help make Christmas bright for so many by making a donation, please visit If you know a senior who would benefit from the Christmas program, please submit recipient name by December 1 by calling 705-817-1581 or email [email protected]


Creemore Legion Christmas 50/50 Draw Tickets are available from Legion members or at Creemore Echo. Draw will take place on Sunday, December 16 at 11 a.m. at the Legion Breakfast. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. 

Lucky Draw Tickets for an art print. A Fundraiser for Clearview Public Library Building Fund for print “Sunset on Sixth Line” by Keli-Ann Pye-Beshara. Market value over $475. Tickets $5 or 3 for $10 available  from Fundraising Team members or at Curiosity House Bookstore or Creemore Echo. Draw to be held Thursday, December 13 at 4 p.m. at Stayner Library. 

Thank  you

2018 Poppy Fund Campaign: The Royal Canadian Legion, Creemore Branch 397, would like to thank the local businesses of Creemore, Cashtown Corners, Singhampton and Glen Huron for hosting poppy boxes during the recent campaign. The monies raised will be used to provide care and comfort for veterans, for the awarding of student bursaries, for donations to various charities, and for the procurement of future Poppy Fund material. Thanks to all the individuals and businesses that donated to this worthwhile cause, and for making it another successful year.

Thank you to the Avening Women`s Institute for inviting me to your meeting  last week. It was lovely to share in the tradition, fellowship, generosity and fun that has made the Institute a cornerstone of the community for the past century. Sara Hershoff