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1981 (part 2 of 3) May 1, 1981 It was announced that Provincial Sanitation would expand its curbside paper collection to Bridlewood, Glen Cairn, and Hazeldean North around June 1, 1981. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:1. May 1, 1981 It was announced that Phase II of the Master Recreation Study would commence in June 1981. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:3. May 1, 1981 CP Rail objected to the installation of an "at grade" crossing which would allow a pathway link, becoming known as "Kingham Pass" between Bridlewood and Glen Cairn. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:5. May 1, 1981 The Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa-Carleton began providing services through its Detached Worker Program in the City of Kanata. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:6. May 1, 1981 It was announced that the Earl of March Junior Math Team came second in the Carleton Board and fourth in the Ottawa-Carleton zone at the nation-wide Junior Mathematics Contest, sponsored by the University of Waterloo. The team was made up of Ravindra Pardya, David Chambers, Stuart White, Fiona Miller, and Charles Snelgrove. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:6. May 1, 1981 The Kanata Standard noted that D.D. Jackson, 14, of Kanata, was the first place winner of the Young People's Piano Concerto Competition at Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:12. May 1, 1981 Brenda Stewart wrote a feature article in the Kanata Standard regarding Kanata resident Bill Jenkins, hang gliding instructor and co-owner of Personal Flight Systems. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:14. May 1, 1981 The Kanata Tyke Blazers ended their season with one A-Side trophy and two B-Side trophies. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:18. May 1, 1981 Citizenship Judge Yvonne Kerr brought her court to Glen Cairn Public School in Kanata when Barbara D'Arceuil, a teacher at the school, and her daughter, Jennifer Benjamin, became Canadian citizens. The two came to Canada from Trinidad in 1969. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:8. May 1, 1981 The Carleton Board of Education offered 350 grade 7 and 8 students a day of Language Arts enrichment, during which they attended workshops and a book fair. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:11. May 1-7, 1981 This was Child Safety Week in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, during which all area forces stressed bicycle safety. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:5. May 2, 1981 The EOSARDA Jamboree was held for Square and Round Dancers at the Canterbury Community Centre. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:21. May 2, 1981 The Bridlewood Co-op Nursery School and Playgroup held a dance to raise money for their programs. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:3. May 2, 1981 The Men's Opening Tournament for the Ray Egan golf trophy was held in Kanata. Bud Atherens won the trophy and Dieter Hodel was runner up. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:17. May 3, 1981 For the second year in a row, Liesel Menroch won a "Bell" for placing fourth in the 50-plus age category of the 10-km Bonne Bell road race. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:21. May 3-9, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson proclaimed this week RP (Retinitis Pigmentosa) Week in Kanata. RP is an inherited disease transmitted by a gene, which may be recessive, dominant, or sex-linked. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:11. May 5, 1981 "Expo '81" was held at Roland Michener Public School during "Education Week." Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:4. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:6. May 5, 1981 The City of Kanata was notified by CP Rail of an application to abandon a railway line, which included sections along the southerly edge of Glen Cairn. CP claimed very little use of the line and showed it to be making a significant financial loss. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:4. May 6, 1981 Residents met with Kanata Hydro at St. Isidore's Hall to voice their opinions about problems encountered in the City's transition from Ontario Hydro. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:4. May 6-9, 1981 The Kanata Theatre presented "Habeas Corpus," by Allan Bennet. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:7. May 7, 1981 The Bridlewood Community Association sponsored a Security Night at the Bridlewood Community Centre. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:3. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:3. May 7, 1981 The students of John Young Elementary School presented a rock operetta called "The Swinging Piper." Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:12. May 7-8, 1981 The Goulbourn Jubilee Singers presented the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta "Trial by Jury." Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:12. May 11, 1981 Canadian West Coast author Jack Hodgins appeared at the Kanata Public Library. Kanata Standard, May 1, 1981:8. May 11, 1981 The Kanata Seniors' group Happy Companions hosted a Euchre and Bridge Tournament in Carp. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:21. May 12, 1981 A motion was passed by Kanata City Council to approve a patch-up job on the Beaverbrook Pool, costing $2,000. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:1. May 12, 1981 According to a Kanata City staff report, Campeau Corporation had refused to rectify the ineffective heating and ventilating system in City Hall unless the rent was increased. There was some discussion on a proposed ban on smoking in the Council Chamber to help lessen the effects of the ventilation problem. The City voted to retain John Westeinde to do the necessary work on the second floor at $15,000. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:1. May 13, 1981 Martha Webber, Dave Atwell, Art Veck, and Dan Perley were appointed to the new Marchwood Lakeside Committee in order to represent the community in the upcoming round of Ontario Municipal Board Hearings. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:13. May 14-16, 1981 The Earl of March presented the musical "Sound of Music," directed by David Galbraith. Kanata Standard, April 16, 181:12. May 15, 1981 It was announced that Marian Hossie had been appointed Chairman of the Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association Pool Committee. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:2. May 15, 1981 The Kanata Standard announced that the executive committee of the Kanata Music Association named Nancy Upper and Brent McLaren as directors of the String Orchestra and Concert Band of the newly formed Kanata Music Association. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:6. May 15, 1981 It was announced that the new Loblaws’ store had opened in the Kanata City Centre, making it the first retail operation in the complex. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:7. May 15, 1981 Sheila McKee reported in the Kanata Standard that Richard Hanoski of Kanata Esso had set up an oil recycling system where residents could take the used oil which they had drained out of their vehicles, and dispose of it. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:7. May 15, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson explained in her Commentary that she had taken on the positions of Director of the Commercial and Industrial Development Corporation and Chairman of the Region's Task Force on Economic Diversification and Development, in order to maintain involvement in strengthening the Region's economy. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:15. May 15, 1981 Discussion continued in the Kanata Standard concerning whether or not Kanata needed its own indoor pool facility. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:18. May 15, 1981 It was announced that the Kanata Sailing Club's new clubhouse in Dunrobin on the cliffs overlooking Lac Deschenes opened. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:22. May 15, 1981 The Kanata Standard noted that Edna Ibbotson scored a hole-in-one the 14th hole at the Kanata Golf Club. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:23. May 15, 1981 The Kanata Standard announced that after four years of worshipping in schools, Trinity Presbyterian Church was scheduled to dedicate its first unit on May 24, 1981. The new church was located in Katimavik where McCurdy Drive met the Boundary road at Maple Grove Cemetery. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:26. May 17, 1981 Hundreds of Kanata residents gathered at the Glen Cairn Arena to celebrate spring at the 1981 Festival of Spring. The winners of the Merchants Window Dressing Contest were announced: 1st--Nelms Opticians Limited, 2nd--Mrs. Moller of Travellers Choice, 3rd--House of Gold. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:8. May 18, 1981 "Skip" Riddell, captain of the Katimavik Men's Lob-Ball Team, was presented with the City of Kanata Trophy at the Glen Cairn Festival of Spring. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:21. May 19, 1981 During a Kanata City Council meeting, a draft agreement discussing the rezoning of conservation lands for the Marchwood-Lakeside development was rejected 6-1 by all members of the Council except Mayor Marianne Wilkinson. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:4. May 19, 1981 Alderman Kingham proposed a motion to oppose the closing of the CP Rail line that runs between Bridlewood and Glen Cairn, on the basis that industrial land located along the line would not be developed if the line closed. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:4. May 24, 1981 The Kanata Fire Department, in conjunction with the Quyon Race Club, sponsored a Go-Kart race at Hazeldean Mall. Kanata Standard, May 15, 1981:16. May 26, 1981 At a Committee-of-the-whole meeting, it was announced that an agreement had been drafted which would protect 40% of the open space in the Marchwood-Lakeside area from future development. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:10. May 26, 1981 Kanata City Council discussed in a Committee-of-the-whole meeting the possibility of bringing in a second by-law enforcement officer. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:10. May 27, 1981 The Kanata Music Association met in their first of four Wednesday evening "play-ins." Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:7. May 29, 1981 It was announced that The Children Place day care centre on Legget Drive was officially opened. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:1. May 29, 1981 In a letter to the editor, Neil MacLeod described how ten families from Beaverbrook Lane had worked alongside Campeau's Kanata staff to cleanup the ravine and creek that ran behind Beaverbrook Lane. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:2. May 29, 1981 The Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association's report in the Kanata Standard noted that the land owned by Campeau Corporation that had been fenced off adjacent to Beaverbrook had been put to agricultural use, having been leased to local farmers. Some areas, the report said, including the Beaver Pond, were used to cattle grazing, therefore the general public was prohibited from trespassing on those lands during the summer to protect the farmers' livestock and crops. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:4. May 29, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson announced that every household in Kanata had received a Census questionnaire for the Canadian Census held on June 3. The census, she explained, was only done about every ten years and was intended to gather information valuable to municipalities and other governments in planning for schools, roads, health care, transportation planning, police and fire protection, and many other municipal services. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:5. May 29, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson noted in her Commentary that the Pinhey's Point Foundation had been established to take over the restoration and development of the Pinhey Property in Rural Kanata. She also mentioned that the Beaverbrook pool had been repaired and would be open during the summer. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:5. May 29, 1981 The Kanata Indoor Pool Committee explained their views on constructing an indoor pool in Kanata in a column which appeared in the Kanata Standard. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:6. May 29, 1981 Dorothy Fletcher was presented with a plant at a farewell party given by the Library Board and friends because she and her husband were leaving Kanata to live in the country. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:6. May 29, 1981 The winner of the Kanata Lions' Club draw was announced: Dorothy Norcross of Tiffany Place won a split log table, made and donated by George St. Aubin. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:12. May 29, 1981 A picture of Officer Cadet John David Chadwick, 23, of Kanata, appeared in the Kanata Standard, showing him going through the drill of simulated parachute water entry during pilot sea survival training at Canadian Forces Base Comox, British Columbia. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:15. May 29, 1981 It was announced that the City of Kanata, on behalf of the Hazeldean Lions' Club, had applied to the Ontario Ministry of Culture and Recreation for funds to make the Glen Cairn Arena more accessible to the disabled. Kanata Standard, May 29, 1981:15. May 29, 1981 Children at the March Montessori School showed their parents a large relief map of Canada that they had been working on. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:14. May 30, 1981 Kanata's Mayfair was rainy but not ruined. The parade was held late. The first prize for Best Cluster Float went to Reaney Court. Reaney's "Country Garden" featured junior gardeners tending their "flowers" and "animals." Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:1. May 30, 1981 The Mayfair Horse Show boasted riders from all over the valley. Top senior riders were Anne Pettie (Champion), Carolyn Wood, and Suzanne Dumas. Top junior riders were: Wendy Howell (Champion), Shara Lynn Whitham, Jackie Fisher, Lori Draper, and Shauna Lee Whitham. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:19. May 31, 1981 A group of disabled athletes kept a watchful eye over a wheelchair obstacle course in the foyer of Earl of March Secondary School. Residents learned that getting around in a wheelchair is not as easy as it looks. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:8. May 31, 1981 Carmichael Court won the Beaverbrook Lob-ball Tournament by defeating Banting/Penfield. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:10. June 2, 1981 Residents of Lismer Crescent protested to Kanata City Council regarding a letter they had all received from the By-Law Enforcement Officer ordering the removal within two weeks of encroaching rear-yard gardens. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:1. June 2, 1981 Kanata City Council received a proposal from Canadian Swimming Pool Design Associates Ltd. offering to give Council a presentation on indoor/outdoor pools, their capital costs, operation, and maintenance. Council decided to receive the letter and file it. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:1. June 2, 1981 Kanata City Council received a request to rent SS No 1 -- The Little Red School House -- as a music training centre. Council unanimously opposed the sale of the property but was sympathetic to a lease. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:1. June 3, 1981 Thirty-four A. Y. Jackson students showed their oil paintings at the Glen Cairn Art Show. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:6. June 3, 1981 Mrs. Guenther's primary-junior choir from W. Erskine Johnston school sang a selection of songs to the elderly patients of the Geriatric Ward at the Queensway-Carleton Hospital. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:17. June 4, 1981 Native Canadian ceremonial music and dancing was performed in the gym of Glen Cairn Public School by the Lyons Dance Troupe. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:17. June 4, 1981 At the Bridlewood Community Association's last meeting until the fall, Dave Bickerton was voted in as the new area representative for Trotting Way. The Association also discussed the fact that the City would clean up Huntsman Park since Cadillac had not yet done so. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981: 3. June 4, 1981 Members of Kanata's Committee for the International Year of Disabled Persons organized a special day where students at Georges Vanier Catholic School interacted with disabled members of the community. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:16. June 7, 1981 Keith Kavanagh, Vice-President of the Kanata Golf Club, organized a successful Kanata Esso Pro-Am tournament. Yves Mandeville repeated as the lead professional. Al Jensen led the winning team. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:20. June 9, 1981 Elaine Powis and Bernie Henry of McCurdy Drive appeared before the Committee-of-the-whole to request that plans to install a sidewalk be dropped. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:7. June 9, 1981 Kombi requested Kanata City Council's approval for the addition of a 69,000 sq. ft. extension on their existing 20,000 sq. ft. building on Legget Drive in the North Business Park. Kanata Standard, June 1, 1981:7. June 12, 1981 It was announced that Siltronics Ltd., a Kanata firm involved internationally in the burgeoning integrated circuit business, were interested in building a 30,000 sq. ft plant on the Highway 7 site just west of Van Leeuwen Boomkamp. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:1. June 12, 1981 The controversy and argument surrounding the possible establishment of an indoor pool in Kanata continued in the Kanata Standard's letters to the editor. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:2. June 12, 1981 The Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association announced that they had elected a new executive: President--Hank Docter, Vice-Presidents--Barbara Farmer, Larry Demchuk, Secretary--Sharon Little, Treasurer--Tom Rimmer. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:3. June 12, 1981 The Kanata Citizens Indoor Pool Committee explained how they felt an indoor pool would affect taxes, costs to the city, etc., in a column in the Kanata Standard. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:5. June 12, 1981 Adele Vickers of Penfield Drive won a $25 book token from the Odyssey Book Store in Hazeldean Mall for correctly guessing the size of the Hazeldean Library which has a gross area of 9,500 sq. ft. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:6. June 12, 1981 Recycling was renewed at the Earl of March by teacher Yvette Majerus who originated the program in the early 1970s. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:14. June 12, 1981 Hal Hansen, Carleton Board of Education trustee, noted in the Kanata Standard that some concern had been raised about anti-Semitic aspects of "The Merchant of Venice" and "Oliver Twist." Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:15. June 12, 1981 It was announced that the Earl of March Math Team placed 13th out of 489 schools in the University of Waterloo's recent Descartes Mathematics Contest for grade 13 students. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:16. June 12, 1981 The Kanata Standard announced that Prashant Joshi, a grade 13 student at Earl of March, ranked 46th out of 5,500 students in the Waterloo University Chemistry contest. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:17. June 12-13, 1981 The Kanata Ballet School presented a revival of "Anne and Friends," featuring Claire Caple as Diana, and Sylvia Glavin as Anne. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:1. June 13, 1981 The Kanata Ballet School held a nursery rhyme-themed recital. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:9. June 14, 1981 Two Kanata residents -- Glen Cairn's John Christie and Beaverbrook's Sharon Tate -- both of them disabled, took part in a Worship Service held in Ottawa's Parliament Buildings. Kanata Standard, June 12, 1981:22. June 15, 1981 The John Young Home and School Association held its second annual general meeting. Two presentations were given to parents -- one of the new Carleton Kindergarten Project and one dealing with children's first encounters with drugs. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:3. June 16, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson mentioned, at a meeting of Kanata City Council, the possibility of negotiating with the National Capital Commission to build sites on adjacent Greenbelt lands, as had been done in Gloucester Township. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:5. June 16, 1981 A deputation of several members of the Kanata Soccer Club appeared before Kanata City Council to complain about the poor state of Kanata's soccer pitches. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:5. June 18, 1981 The first general meeting for all the members of the Bluegrass Coop Day Nursery Inc. for 1981 was held, during which a board was elected: President--Lorna Bickerton, First Vice-President--Sandy Bayne, Second Vice-President--Anne Green, Secretary--Cathy Reith, Treasurer--Brian Kavanagh. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:8. June 20, 1981 About 300 people converged on the grounds of St. John's Anglican Church in South March for a community lawn supper. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:18. June 20, 1981 Fourteen Cubs from "D" Pack spent the weekend at the University of Ottawa Camp on Lake Heney near Gracefield, Quebec. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:6. June 21-27, 1981 This week was proclaimed Senior Citizens Week in Kanata by Mayor Marianne Wilkinson. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:12. June 23, 1981 A Committee-of-the-whole meeting broke up for a lack of quorum, when only three committee members showed up for the meeting. The other members were known to be otherwise engaged, but it was not clear why the meeting had not been rescheduled. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:5. June 25, 1981 Brenda Godin, daughter of Bridlewood's Gerry and Elaine Godin received a special teachers' award at her graduation from St. Raymond's Junior High School in Ottawa. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:7. June 26, 1981 Keith Richardson, president of the Kanata City Soccer Club, expressed concern over the condition of the city's soccer fields. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:1. June 26, 1981 Sharon Clayton wrote in an article in the Kanata Standard that the City of Kanata was surprised that there was not more protest to the fact that the city had decided to cancel its Summer Day Camps for 1981. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:1. June 26, 1981 It was announced that the first phase of a small plaza was expected to be built in 1981 on the south-east corner of Abbeyhill Road at Castlefrank Road. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:1. June 26, 1981 It was announced that the new Shell station on Eagleson Road, near Katimavik, was to be shortly followed by a Sunoco Station a few hundred feet away at Kakulu at Eagleson. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:2. June 26, 1981 The Kanata Standard noted in the March Rural Notebook that extensive renovations were to be made at the March Central ball diamond at the cost of $30,000. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:3. June 26, 1981 The Earl of March announced that a new Students' Council had been elected, including Head Boy Bryan Cornwall, and Head Girl Carolyn Stewart. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:3. June 26, 1981 The Hazeldean Lions Club announced that they were sponsoring the 1981 version of Martins and Downs Circus July 9 in Kanata. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:4. June 26, 1981 A further explanation of the activities and mandates of the Kanata Indoor Pool Committee appeared in the Kanata Standard. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:8. June 26, 1981 It was announced that Cece Balys, 11, of Marchurst Road won first prize in the "What Canada Means to Me" poster contest, sponsored by the Council for Canadian Unity. Kanata Standard, June 26, 1981:12. June 27, 1981 The Crazy Horse Lounge in Carp hosted an arm wrestling tournament. The winners in the light, middle and heavyweight categories were John Rheaume, Dave Langley, and Joe Enright, respectively. The winner in the women's open was Linda Nelson. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:12. June 27-28, 1981 The Katimavik-Hazeldean Canada Day activities were reported as being a tremendous success. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:3. June 29, 1981 Bob Forbes' team was the "A" Champion at the Kanata Little League Baseball Tournament held in Glen Cairn, winning the Jean Gubby trophy. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:9. June 30, 1981 Kanata City Council received a note from residents complaining in strong terms about delays in the completion of a park in the Dunlop Court area of Hazeldean Ridge. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:5. July 1, 1981 Molly Wilson passed away from cancer. She was a charter member of the Kanata March Horticultural Society and was very active in the society. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:1. July 1, 1981 Canada Day celebrations were enjoyed at the Town Centre, featuring the flying antics of the Ottawa Remote Control Club and pop musicians Jill, Jane, and Julie Walker, Tom Band and Tod Davidson of the Trade Winds, and others. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:1. July 1, 1981 Bridlewood's Canada Day celebration boasted a softball game, a paint-a-thon, and a Waterball Tournament put on by the Fire Department. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:3. July 1-10, 1981 A group of 23 Kanata Scouts and Leaders attended the Fifth Canadian Scout and Venturer Jamboree held in Kananaskis Country in the foothills of the Rockies, about 25 km east of Banff, Alberta. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:12. July 3, 1981 The annual Twilight mixed two-ball Chapman Tournament was held. The winners were: 1st--Paul Ethier, Jan Inniss, 2nd--Gary Russel, Elaine Doyle. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:13. July 4, 1981 Rural Kanata resident Mary Attwell was invited to meet Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, in Toronto. Mary Attwell was presented with The Duke of Edinburgh's Award "Gold Certificates of Achievement." Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:11. July 6, 1981 Hal Hansen, Carleton Board of Education Trustee, noted that two of the six portables at Stephen Leacock Public School would be removed during the summer. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:7. July 7, 1981 A new kind of golf was introduced in Kanata, called Scramble Golf. This game had no penalties, Whiffs didn't count, nor the balls in the ponds. The 18-hole winners with a net score of 44 were Ev Anderson, Ann Bedecki, and Jean Athrens. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:8. July 8, 1981 The Citizens' Committee for the Phase II of the Master Recreation Study met in the Glen Cairn Community Centre. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:13. July 10, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson announced that the name of Connelly Road would be changed to Terry Fox Drive. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:3. July 10, 1981 The Kanata Theatre introduced the directors of the 1981-2 season's Subscription Series: Lawrence Thornton, Brooke Keneford, Brenda Robinson, Gwen Knight, and Peter Jefferson. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:4. July 10, 1981 Alexander Munter reviewed the "Great Muppet Caper" for the Kanata Standard. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:4. July 10, 1981 It was announced that R. Nairn of McCormick Rankin and Associates appeared before Kanata City Council over non-payment of part of the fee for work done in supervising the Parkway project. The problem turned out to be administrative and had to do with the type of billing agreed upon. The city paid the extra $14,727. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:1. July 10, 1981 One of the two new members of the Board of Directors of the Queensway-Carleton Hospital was announced to be Bob Wolfe of Kanata. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:6. July 10-11, 1981 The Kanata Kids Association presented a play called "Albert," about a waiter who worked at the Merry Magician Restaurant. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:3. July 11, 1981 The Holy Redeemer Catholic Church celebrated Mass in memory of Terry Fox. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:14. July 11, 1981 The Annual Kanata March Horticultural Society's Garden Tour took place. Kanata Standard, July 10, 1981:15. July 13, 1981 The South March Women's Institute held an annual pot luck supper for members and their families. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:6. July 18-19, 1981 The Kanata Rangers swept the Division II Peewee section of the First Gloucester International Tournament in soccer undefeated. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:18. July 19, 1981 The Nepean Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of James Wegg, played another of their popular "Pops in the Park" concerts in the Beaverbrook community. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:1. July 22, 1981 The Kids On the Block travelling puppet troupe performed at the Mlacak Centre. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:5. July 24, 1981 It was announced that Phase 2 of the Master Recreation Study was to be conducted by Rethink Inc. at a cost of $20,000. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:1. July 24, 1981 It was announced the Council had moved to accept a staff recommendation to rezone 2.3 acres of land fronting on Highway 7 and the future Lombardo Drive in Hazeldean, permitting the construction of the Baptist Church building. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:1. July 24, 1981 It was noted that Mayor Marianne Wilkinson presented a certificate and a watch to Ira Smith who had worked for the Township of March and then the City of Kanata for 30 years. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:2. July 24, 1981 A long letter to the editor, written by Bev Creber, Karen Lashkevich, and Marcia McLean of the Hazeldean Ridge Park Committee detailed the committee’s objection to a letter residents in the area received concerning delays in the completion of a park in the Dunlop Court Area of Hazeldean Ridge. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:3. July 24, 1981 Canadian Marconi confirmed plans for a plant in the North Business Park. Tenders had been called for the construction of an initial 50,000 sq. ft. facility. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:5. July 24, 1981 It was announced that Tom and Anna Sieciechowitz would open another "Odyssey Book Store" at the Kanata Town Centre in August 1981. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:7. July 24, 1981 The Kanata Standard reported that two Beaverbrook 11-year-olds -- Susan Ross of Rutherford Cres. and Anders Carson of Kingsford Court had been chosen to attend one of the Children's International Summer Village camps which promoted racial harmony. Susan attended a camp in Japan and Anders attended one in West Germany. Kanata Standard, July 24, 1981:14. July 25, 1981 Father Francis McEvoy gathered with his congregation for a mass at the site of their new church in Beaverbrook. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:8. July 26, 1981 The Veterans' Mixed Doubles Finals in tennis were played. Olwyn Prince and Jim Manser were the winners with Freddy Mitchell and Dave Evans close behind. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:9. July 28, 1981 Barbara Reynolds won the Business Girls' Tournament at the Kanata Golf Club. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:17. August 4, 1981 Caroline McArthur and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harrison appeared before Kanata City Council to protest the changes being made to a pathway between Oakburn and Abbeyhill in Glen Cairn. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:13. August 7, 1981 The Kanata Standard announced that the Pinhey's Point property on the banks of the Ottawa River would be open for viewing on August 16 and 29. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:1. August 7, 1981 Brenda Stewart wrote in the Kanata Standard that Ron Norton of Kanata's Engineering Department said Castlefrank Road should be completed by the end of September 1981, if not earlier. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:1. August 7, 1981 A fatal accident involving three trucks and a car was reported to have happened at the intersection of Kakulu Road and Eagleson Road. The victim’s name had not yet been announced. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:2. August 7, 1981 It was announced that Fred Drummie was the 1981 Club Champion at the Kanata Golf and Country Club. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:10. August 7, 1981 Barbara Saberton, 14, of Milne Place, and her partner Rob Weiler were winners of the Freshman Compulsory Dance Pairs Championships of both the Ontario and Canadian Federations of Amateur Roller Skaters. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:12. August 7, 1981 Mayor Marianne Wilkinson mentioned in her Commentary that the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton made a presentation to the Province for the location of the Microelectronics Centre announced by the province in 1980. Kanata Standard, Aug. 7, 1981:6. August 7, 1981 The annual Junior Tournament for the March Tennis Club was completed. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:18. August 10, 1981 Ground was broken in Kanata North Industrial Park for a $2 million, 53,000 sq. ft. building for Canadian Marconi Company. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:1. August 15, 1981 Ellis and Barbara Drover won the Air Canada Tournament at the Kanata Golf Club. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:17. August 15, 1981 The Third Annual City of Kanata Invitational Swim Meet was held at the Katimavik pool. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:20. August 16, 1981 An open house was held at the Pinhey Manor House. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:12. August 17, 1981 The Annual Member Guest Day tournament was played at the Kanata Golf Club. The winners were Dorothy Stratton and Linda Roper. Kanata Standard, Sept. 4, 1981:14. August 18, 1981 Pre-opening festivities were held by Cineplex theatre manager Jim Stevenson. All 6 theatres in the Cineplex, located in the new Kanata Town Centre, were scheduled to run films twice an evening. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:1. August 19-29, 1981 The Town Centre opened in Kanata. The centre consisted of an office tower and some 80,000 sq. ft. of retail space. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:1. August 21, 1981 The Kanata Standard reported that construction was underway on Highways 417 and old 7 in the Kanata area for interchange revisions at Regional Road No. 5 (Carp Road). Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:3. August 21, 1981 Ken Olsen, Corporate President of Digital Equipment Company, hosted a sod turning ceremony for the company’s new addition in the Kanata North Industrial Park. Kanata Aug. 21, 1981:4. August 21, 1981 Mike Koros was awarded the Kanata Gyro Club's See Canada Scholarship which would pay all of the student's expenses to visit Gyro Club members in the Moncton to Halifax areas. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:14. August 21, 1981 Colleen E. McKee reviewed "Raiders of the Lost Ark" for the Kanata Standard. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:14. August 21, 1981 The 1981-82 executive for the Kanata Minor Hockey Association was announced, including the new President, Bob Henry. Kanata Standard, Aug. 21, 1981:18. August 24, 1981 Gary Carter, of the Montreal Expos, was besieged by young fans when he visited the City Centre. Kanata Standard, Sept. 4, 1981:12. August 29, 1981 The Penny Lane Ice Cream Parlour Contest was held at the Town Centre. Kanata Standard, Sept. 4, 1981:1.





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