8 FOCUS - JANUARY 2019 The Scugog Remembers Committee would like to thank the community for their support and sponsorship of the all activities that were held commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice from September 15th through to November 11th. With your assistance, Scugog Township hosted the largest Armistice 100 commemoration in North America. “VIMY LEVEL” SPONSORSHIP “Passchendaele” Level Sponsors Kwik Signs “Hill 70: Level” Sponsorship Level Canadian Tire Port Perry; Vos’ Independent Grocer; Mississaugas of Scugog Island; Port Perry Seniors Club; Scugog Township Council; Piano Inn & Cafe; PP Print; Hometown Printing; The Miller Group. “Ypres Level” Sponsorship Level Lake Scugug Lumber; Lake Scugog Historical Society; Tim Hortons Port Perry; The Ridges Tack Shop. “France & Flanders ” Sponsorship Level Green Tractors; Port Perry Optical; Goldbug International Port Perry; Brock’s; Square Boy Pizza & Wings Port Perry; North Durham ECO Water. The Scugog Remembers Committee would also like to thank the following groups who volunteered their time and support: Lake Scugog Historical Society; Greenbank Community Association; The Borelians; Port Perry Mojacks; Lake Scugog Memorial Library; Scugog Shores Museum & Archives; Georgina Military Museum; Hamilton Signal Corps; Culinary Historians of Canada; Fraser Medals; The Ontario Regiment RCAC Museum; Uxbridge Pipes & Drums; Victoria County Historical Society; P.P.H.S Construction Class; Dave Bell; Scugog Chamber of Commerce; Port Perry B.I.A.; and especially the Port Perry Seniors Club; Port Perry Scouting and the 41 Port Perry Army Cadets. 100 Men of Scugog 100 Women Who Care Scugog The Callery Group We’re back with the 22nd edition of the Port Perry Winter Antique & Nostalgia Show at the Scugog Community Centre, next to the arena. Year after year this show attracts over 25 quality dealers from around Ontario featuring an eclectic mix of antiques, nostalgic treasures and vintage items. This welcome break from winter provides great entertainment, historical education and great one-of-a-kind items and is guaranteed to make you nostalgic for the simpler times of the past. There is literally something for everyone from collec- tors to decorators and over the years the show has tried to cater to the many different and changing interests. This year’s show includes jewellery, sterling silver, coins, furniture, postcards and paper, books, toys, china, glass, records and more. Show convenor Marilyn Pearce is pleased to welcome back many of the long-standing vendors from last year as well as a few new additions. What you can count on is a wide range of items that will satisfy today’s buyers. The antique business has changed dramatically over the past few years and although it is always fun to find an early Canadiana antique priced reasonably, it is just as much fun to find a great nostalgic piece for your home or apartment. For over two decades, year after year this show has helped to shake off the winter blues and jump-start the antique season and this year is no different. Proceeds from this show support the Lake Scugog Historical Society programs, so be sure to visit their kiosk and thank them for once again volunteering to host this show. While you are there, ask for up-dates on their programs and pick up a newsletter. The show will run on Saturday February 2nd and Sunday February 3rd from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Scugog Community Recreation Centre, 1655 Reach St. (beside the arena). The admission is $5.00 and is good for both days. Light lunch is available. For additional information, contact Ric or Marilyn Pearce at 905-985-9250 or email at info@silvercreekantiques.com 22nd Annual FEBRUARY 2 & 3 We’re back with the 22nd edition of the