June 03, 2017
To celebrate 300 years of Masonry as we know it, the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Canada in the Province of Ontario has asked our Lodges in the Grand Jurisdiction to open their doors and Lodge Rooms and invite the public in for an Open House.
So on Saturday June 3rd Consecon Masonic Lodge and all Lodges in Ontario will be open. Consecon’s Lodge room will be open and members will be on hand to answer your questions…. without giving away any of our secretes.
There will be food (beef on a bun) and beverage and lots of Fellowship.
May 24, 2017
You can click here to see the digital copy of the 2017 Prince Edward County Welcome Guide and get more information.
Members of various business promotion groups in Prince Edward County launched the 3rd annual Welcome Guide, on May 23, 2017. (L-R): Barbara Vaughan (Vaughan Group), Janet Battaglio (Consecon Business Association), Daniel Vaughan(Vaughan Group), Robyn Molyneaux (Picton BIA); Back (L-R): Neil Carbone (Director of Community Development, Patricia McDermott (Bloomfield Area Business Association), Grace Nyman (Community Development Coordinator) (Photo: Submitted / Corporation of Prince Edward County). Read more at quintenews.com
May 15, 2017
Come out on Monday, May 15th at 6:00 pm for an All you can Eat Roast Beef Dinner.
Social time is 5:00 pm with dinner at 6:00 pm sharp.
This is a great home cooked meal for $14.00 per person.
REGRETFULLY, WE HAVE TO CANCEL THIS SATURDAY’S FISHING DERBY, DUE, TO POOR TICKET SALES, WE WILL KEEP YOU INFORMED IF IT IS RE-SCHEDULED
$15 entry fee tickets available at the Legion
May 09, 2017
Prince Edward County has declared a state of emergency due to the risk of increased flooding.
On Tuesday night, mayor Robert Quaiff declared the emergency stating localized flooding and the continued rising water levels of the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario was a cause for concern.
“The immediate concern is ensuring access to Provincial financial assistance for flood damage to private property and municipal infrastructure,” said mayor Quaiff. “In addition, by declaring an emergency, there will be access to more resources for the protection of waterfront properties.” Read more at quintenews.com
May 08, 2017
Consecon resident Jeff Lupton won the Senior Walleye division with a catch weighing 11.48 pounds. Jeff took home a boat-motor-trailer package valued at $21,000.
QUINTE WEST –
Come hell or high water.
That was the attitude of the many anglers who descended on the Bay of Quinte over the weekend to open Walleye season with the Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby. Read more of County Weekly News story.
Results at Kiwanis Walleye World Derby web page.