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News. THE BELLEVILLETHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2017INSIDE THIS WEEK®Details emerge about couple in Cobourg shooting. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD: 9:30PM - 11:30PM No rainchecks, while supplies last.4 Wrap Belleville News - Thursday, November 2, 2017Reg. $399.99 77-7533AVAILABLE ONLY AT CANADIAN TIREONLY 2Reg. $389.99 79-0624Reg. $319.99 77-7534Reg. $159.99BELLEVILLE 101 BELL BOULEVARD, BELLEVILLE 613.968.670177-5782News.THURSDAYNOVEMBER 2, 2017THE BELLEVILLEGEROW PROPANE LTD.®OVER 60 YEARS EXPERIENCEResidential, Commercial & Industrial Heating Specialists Bulk Sales, & Retail SALES - SERVICE - PARTSCONNECTED TO YOUR COMMUNITY INSIDEBELLEVILLE.COMA Sensational time for hockey fansBOX 1030 BRIGHTON 15384 COUNTY RD. 2 GEROW PROPANE613-475-24142017 GRIZZLY Financing s 700 EPS as low a AC 1.89% OIncludes WARN® 3000 Winch KitBY STEPHEN PETRICKBelleville – The long wait for highlevel hockey in Belleville is over – and Gina Giouroukos couldn’t be happier. The Belleville woman who heads the new Belleville Senators Fan Club was sitting with her son Christopher just behind the players’ tunnel at the Yardmen Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 1 when the Senators made their American Hockey League debut at the renovated Yardmen Arena, playing against the Syracuse Crunch. When the puck dropped, just after 7 p.m., it marked the end of a two and a half year wait. The last time a game of any significance was played at the Yardmen was in March of 2015, when the Bulls were eliminated by the Barrie Colts in an Ontario Hockey League playoff game. Heading into that series, the team had been sold and was getting ready to relocate to Hamilton. Eighteen months later, in September 2016, Belleville announced it had reached a deal with Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk to bring the National Hockey League club’s AHL affiliate to the city for the 2017-18 season. Now, the new team is in full swing. They’ll play their second and third home games this weekend, when the Charlotte Checkers visit for Friday and Saturday night games. “We’ve very excited. We’re elated,” said Giouroukos, ahead of Wednesday’s home opener. “We’re excited that the day has come. “ The deal to bring in the Senators10,100$Includes freight & PDIWWW.MOTOSPORTSOFTRENTON.COM 114 MCCAULEY RD., TRENTON613-965-6626ONLINE at insidebelleville.comNews, events and information on your desktop, laptop or mobile deviceEvents CalendarMembers of the Belleville Senators Fan Club include (clockwise from top left) Phil Phillips, Dan Colangelo, Gina Giouroukos, Christopher Giourourkos-Hannah, Ethan Stasko, Marcus Colangelo and Travis Phillips. Stephen Petrick/Metrolandwas struck after months of behindthe-scenes negotiating. Mayor Taso Christopher and a committee that included Councillors Garnet Thompson and Mike Graham among other citystaff worked to ink the deal, which the addition of about 1,200 new north provides the Senators with an eight- end zone seats, was part of the deal. year lease of the Yardmen Arena. (Substantial construction of the arena A $20.5 million city-funded expanSee ‘Sens Fan Club’ Page 2 sion of the Yardmen, which involvedSee what’s happening by visiting our online community calendar. http://www.insidebelleville.com/ bellevilleregion-events/Report the news chris.malette@metroland.com www.facebook.com/InsideBelleville @InBellevilleJAPANESE • THAI CUISINE Enjoy our skillfully prepared Japanese and Thai specialties, from sushi and sashimi to teriyaki, tempura and savoury noodle dishes.New Items On The Menu 265 North Front Street, Belleville 613.969.0988Lunch $14.99 • Dinner $23.99 ALL YOU CAN EAT • IPAD ORDERINGLunch: 11:00am-3:00pm, Sunday - Thursday Dinner: 3:30pm - 10:00pm, Sunday - Thursday Lunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm, Friday & Saturday Dinner: 3:30pm - 10:30pm, Friday & SaturdaySENS FAN CLUBIT’S HERE pc.ca/insiders3 DAY DEALS000000000020132968 239194SALE3NOVEMBER 2/3/4 ONLY199lbcured pork loin rolled in cornmeal 4.39/kg49lbSAVE $4.50 LBoutside round oven roastrest of week November 5-8 $2.49 lb 5.49/kgcut from Canada AAA grade beef or stewing beef family size 7.69/kg20145616 447292SALE167000000000020004494 1904627230531882/$lbLIMIT 8over limit $2.99 ea.Quaker instant oatmeal 216-470 g, Quaker Dipps or Chewy granola bars 150-156 g selected varietiesSAVE $2.11 LBrest of week November 5-8 $1.99 ea.chicken thighs or drumsticks1SALELIMIT 4pomegranates product of U.S.A., Driscoll’s raspberries no. 1 grade or blackberries product of U.S.A. or Mexico 170 gMULTI000000000020121576 2648217992/$lbover limit $2.99 ea.Liberté Greek yogurt selected varieties 4x100 g rest of week November 5-8 $2.99 ea.SAVE AT LEAST $1 LBextra large greenhouse sweet peppers17.61/kgproduct of Ontario pkg of 3Fresh seafood items subject to availability.369299LIMIT 12 over limit $4.99 ea.Coca-Cola, Canada Dry or Pepsi soft drinks selected varieties 12x355 mL000000000021050571100031126846LIMIT 8over limit $3.99 ea.Tropicana juice, juice blends, Pure Leaf iced tea 1.65-1.75 L or Simply orange juice, lemonade or Gold Peak iced tea 1.75 L selected varieties 000000000020095029 159286 777703499LIMIT 12 over limit $7.99 ea.Cashmere bathroom tissue 12 double rolls, SpongeTowels paper towels 6 rolls, Scotties facial tissue 6 pack or Kleenex facial tissue 3/6 pack selected varieties406112177LIMIT 8249SALElbover limit $5.99 ea.Cracker Barrel cheese bars 270 g, natural cheese slices 220/240 g or aMOOza twists! pkg of 12 selected varieties20190053333000000000020289672000000000020743656 118993123482SAVE $3.32 LBpork side ribs whole 3.90/kg0LIMIT 10 over limit $2.99 ea.Tostitos tortilla chips 205-295 g or PC® salsa 650 mL selected varieties399399LIMIT 6over limit $5.99 ea.Breyers Creamery Style ice cream 1.66 L or Magnum bars pkg of 3 selected varieties frozen000000000020884036000000000020038335207754142122LIMIT 6Maxwell House or Nabob roast and ground coffee selected varieties 300-925 g2/$8MULTI or $4.49 ea.Anco Gouda selected varieties 170 gLIMIT 62/$Belleville400 Dundas St. E, Belleville 613.968.38882 Belleville News - Thursday, November 2, 2017Smylie’s YIG293 Dundas St. E. Trenton 613.392.0297ronto Marlies. The first trip, held on the Family Day Monday, drew enough interest to fill five buses. The second trip, which took place over the March Break, filled three buses. The Fan Club now has more than 1,000 members and Giouroukos hopes to organize road trips for fans throughout this season. She says the fan club is willing to work with team officials to help it “be a success.” And she has no doubt that AHL hockey will work in Belleville. She believes the community will rally to support the team, given the devastation felt when the Bulls left town, having been sold by owner Gord Simmonds, who was upset that the city had no immediate plans to remodel the Yardmen Arena. “The loss of one team – it’s like, you don’t know what you have until you lose it,” she said. “I don’t think they’re going to have any trouble selling tickets.” Players on the new Belleville Senators team will come and go quickly. AHL players are meant to be called up throughout the year, when their parent organization has a roster vacancy due to an injury. But Giouroukos is committed to cheering for the players, whoever they are. She says she doesn’t have a favourite player yet, but has been listening to road games on the radio and waiting to get to know the players. “It’s important that everyone gets behind our hockey team,” she said. “These are our boys.”5TrentonBrightonGET A $10 FREE REXALL GIFT COUPON MULTI or $2.99 ea.WHEN SPEND $30 OR MORE ON ALMOST EVERYTHING IN STORE. 3 DAYS ONLY RUFFLES OR DORITOS POTATO CHIP2 5 $ 3 33 /$3 DAYS A ONLYMARKET MOMENTSFlyer prices effective from Thursday, November 2nd to Wednesday, November 8th, 2017. HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-9:00 pm Saturday, 8:00 am-7:00 pm Sunday, 8:00 am-7:00 pmGINA GIOUROUKOS, SENATORS FAN CLUBTHIS WEEK’S BEST BUY FRIDAY NOV 3 - THURSDAY NOV 9D’Italiano bread 600/675 g or buns pkg 6/8 selected varietiesWE SAY THANKS IN SURPRISING WAYS. GET READY. #MARKETMOMENTS Dewe’s YIG“We’re very proud of our city’s hockey roots.”A pharmacy firstover limit $5.99 ea.PC® frozen fruit selected varieties frozen 400/600 g102614over limit $8.99 ea.was only completed Monday night, when a building permit for the arena was issued.) Melnyk purchased the team’s AHL affiliate, then located in Binghamton, N.Y. to make the deal happen; picking up on a recent trend of NHL owners also operating their team’s minorleague affiliates. The move to Belleville made sense to him, given it’s on the same side of the border and in a part of Eastern Ontario that he wants to become Senators territory. But the series of motions that made the deal happen wasn’t just completed by men in suits and ties. Giouroukos was part of an early grassroots fan effort that made more powerful people aware that an appetite for major hockey still existed, despite the quick departure of the Bulls. “There has been a lot of hard work by a lot of people (to get here),” she said proudly. Before there was a Belleville Senators Fan Club, many of the same people were involved in a group called Bring the Bulls Back to Belleville. The group’s first meeting in the spring of 2015, led by city lawyer Jason Easton, drew 35 people. A second meeting a few weeks later drew 80 people. But optimism was in the air. “We hit the streets, we were able to collect signatures. We delivered a deputation to City Hall where we spoke about our group being dedicated to bringing hockey back to Belleville,” said Giouroukos. “We’re very proud of our city’s hockey roots.” When the Sens deal was announced last September, the energy of dedicated hockey fans shifted. Giouroukos helped co-ordinate two bus trips to see the team – then still known as the Binghamton Senators – play road games against the To-00000000000200903895996OR $3.29 EA.fresh rainbow trout or tilapia fillets0000000000203041734OR $2.19 EA.family size, fresh 4.14/kg99MULTI000000000020051015001Continued from Page 1HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-9:00 pm Saturday, 8:00 am-8:00 pm Sunday, 9:00 am-6:00 pmea.22g-255g Rest of week $2.99 ea.NESCAFE OR TASTERS CHOICE INSTANT COFFEE100g-170g HOT D DEAL AL 109 Dundas St. E., Trenton • 1 Main St., Brighton • 173 Dundas St. E., BellevillePillar of business community, Fred Deacon, dies at 80 BY CHRIS MALETTEBelleville – Belleville bade farewell Thursday, Oct. 26, to Fred Deacon, a stalwart of the old school Belleville business community and a trailblazer in a youth movement in the Belleville Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Deacon, the last of the Deacon family to operate the landmark Belleville company, Deacon Brothers Ltd., died Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. He was 80. Longtime friend and former public board of education director Burle Summers remembered Mr. Deacon as a “great community leader. “I always called Fred the ‘man in motion,’ because he always seemed to be involved in some way working for or in the community,” said Summers in an interview. After graduating from University of Western Ontario in 1959, Mr. Deacon returned to Belleville to work for the family business, Deacon Brothers, which manufactured a variety of men’s clothing and had also outfitted flying officers in the World Wars for bomber jackets, utilizing specialty cloth and methods unique to the company. At age 24, Mr. Deacon became president of Deacon Brothers Ltd. And Deacon Brothers Sportswear Ltd, later becoming the youngest president of the Belleville chamber at age 28. During that period, the company business flourished at its distinctive, art-deco style building on Dundas Street East. His younger brothers, Don and Eric, joined him in the family operation in the 1960s and at that point the company began to focus on natural fibres, wool, cotton and down as materials in the making of its products. But the 1980s saw a change in the garment industry, as department stores looked elsewhere for cheaper products and men’s stores on main streets across Canada started shuttering. As the competition stiffened, primarily against offshore-manufactured apparel,Fred Deacon, of Deacon Brothers, died Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. He was 80. Submitted photothe company quit making Deacon Brothers shirts in 1988. Orders continued to come up short for the company’s distinctive Viyella brand apparel and, in 1990, the Deacon Brothers Building was put up for sale. The following year, Deacon Brothers ceased. Summers recalled that, prior to that difficult decision, “Fred travelled to China and Korea to see, first-hand, the garment industry there. He returned from his travels and … said ‘We simply can’t compete with that.’ It was a difficult decision, but Fred had done his homework and, while it was painful, it was clear to him.” But, Mr. Deacon was very active outside the clothing industry, as well. In 1977 he was elected to the Hastings County Board of Education as a trustee and was re-elected three times. He also served two terms as chair of the public school board. Mr. Deacon was also deeply rooted activities in the community, serving as vice chair of the Belleville Industrial Commission,treasurer of the Waterfront Festival Committee, a director of Beachgrove Children’s Centre (Kingston), a member of the city hall restoration committee for Belleville city hall, a partner in the business group that restored the McIntosh-Ridley House and treasurer of the Quinte Arts Council and many other organizations. For a number of years, Mr. Deacon worked for various school boards in the Lindsay and Peterborough areas in the capacity of collective bargaining and policy development. In 1999, Mr. Deacon moved to the Labour Relation Branch of the Ministry of Education and was involved in monitoring collective bargaining as well as policy and legislation development in the area of education employment. “Fred took his keen business acumen and applied it in the education field to specifically work toward successful contract negotiations with on many fronts in education, across the province,” said Summers, who eulogized Mr. Deacon at his packed funeral Thursday. Mr. Deacon also served on the board of trustees for Bridge Street United Church. Married to Barbara MacLeod, of Sudbury, in 1964, Mr. Deacon is survived by his wife and two children, Catherine and Fred, as well as three grandchildren Hannah, Owen & Katie. 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Those who didn’t want independence kept their heads down and their mouths shut, in other words. Three years later, it h

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