FOCUS - JULY 2017 35 QUALITY FOODS TRADING POST COLLECTABLES 1920 Whitfield Rd., Port Perry • 905-982-0118 (Follow Simcoe St. just 3 kms north of town) OVEN READY SIDES Jalapeno Poppers ~ Flatbreads Double baked potato skins Fresh in-season local produce WE’VE GOTYOUR BBQ SEASON COVERED OUR BUTCHER SHOP uses only the finest of meats from Ontario farms. Our beef is raised on two 4th generation family farms, free of hormones and antibiotics, consistency and reliability that you can count on. Aged for a minimum of 4 weeks! two 4th generation family farms, free of QUALITY FOODS COLLECTABLES FIRE UPTHE GRILL! THIS CANADA DAY, QUALITY FOODS FRESH FISH Dr. Workman & staff are excited to announce the addition of Dr. Stephanie Leon to our practice! Born and raised in Whitby, Dr. Leon brings to our clinic over 6 years' experience, is fully bilingual in French and English, and works with patients  NEW PATIENTS WELCOME! of all ages. Book your family's eye exam with Dr. Leon today! NorthDurhamEyeClinic.Com 905 . 985 . 1361 See Our Ad On The Back Page! Justoncompletionofthisstory,Focuswasmadeaware that Dana’s Goldsmithing won a very prestigious award. It was given by the Design Center at JCK Las Vegas. JCK Las Vegas is the leading jewellery event in North America open to all jewellery professionals. Each year, the industry gathers where the latest awe-inspiring do- mestic and international designers and most sought after trends are showcased in a secure environment. The award: “Voted Top 50 Designer Retailers 2017- 2018”. ‘Honored by the JCK Design Center Exhibitors based on your proven excellence in the promotion and sale of designer jewellery.” The Exhibitors in the Design Center each vote for five retailers and then those get pooled together and the Top 50 are chosen. Dana’s Goldsmithing was one of only two Canadian stores to receive this award. Anybusinessorpersonwish- ing to make a donation to the silent auction table would gra- ciously be accepted. Remember all proceeds from the auction go directly to Port Perry Hospital. (continued from page 32) By Lynn Campbell, Focus on Scugog