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Opinion/Letters

Resolved to make no resolutions I’m just too flippin’ logical to make New Year resolutions. What’s the use? Making a New Year resolution is not going to stop me from giving the finger to another…


Pelham in rear-view mirror for most seniors?

BY VOICE STAFF It’s Grim Expectations for older Pelham residents when it comes to whether they think they’ll be able to continue living in Pelham after they retire and into their later years. The answers…


Kinsmen searching for Citizen of the Year

BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE For the past 18 years, the Fonthill and District Kinsmen have honoured one very special local individual as Pelham’s Outstanding Citizen of the year. Now that they have wrapped up…


E. L. Crossley Christmas Cheer

E. L. Crossley student Emily Bonisteel is all smiles delivering Christmas Cheer packages.    SUPPLIED PHOTO BY KAYE CHANG E.L. Crossley Correspondent It’s that time of year again, when Christmas Cheer has come and gone at…


Survey Results: Senior housing in Pelham

In our December 14 issue, we asked for responses to a survey on senior housing options and expectations. The following pie charts illustrate the answers to each question.              …


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January 4: Survey of the week

Take this week’s survey.  It’s short ‘n’ sweet at only a single question: What’s the most important issue for you in 2017?  Results in our issue of December 11. http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3268801/Most-important-issue-for-2017


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Corporate donors see names attached to new arenas

BY VOICE STAFF Members of Town Council and senior staff along with donors and volunteers from local service clubs gathered at the Old Pelham Town Hall in Ridgeville on Thursday, Dec. 15, to acknowledge the…


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Flaccid fundraising foreshadows rising taxes

EDITORIAL On December 15, the Town announced its first major contributions to the Pelham Community Centre fundraising campaign. At a small celebration at Old Town Hall it was revealed that CEO Tim Nohara and Accipter…