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Lynn Pike, owner and fashion consultant of Lynn Pike House of Fashion, the recently opened chic boutique in Belle River, invites you to come and experience a new feel when it comes to shopping. Lynn’s passion for fashion is second to none in the area. Lynn’s extensive experience in women’s fashion has allowed her to transform her store into a stunning boutique. Lynn Pike House of Fashion will be having a private preview and showings for customers and their guests upon request, as well as after-hours personal appointments. Fashion brands include Cream, Celine Dion Purses, Desigual, ICHI, and Joseph Ribkoff. New shoes, purses, jewellery, and gift cards are also available. The store is open Monday to Saturday and you can find them on Facebook and Instagram. The store is located at 578 Notre Dame Street in Belle River, 519-728-2111.

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The 22nd Annual Joe Hogan Memorial Golf Tournament is on Thursday, September 12, 2019. This iconic event takes place over three local golf courses including Ambassador, Roseland, and Sutton Creek. Over the past 22 years the Joe Hogan Memorial Golf Tournament has come a long way from its modest beginnings of 90 participants. Today we have over 450 participants. During this time they have raised over $957,000 dollars for the Windsor & Essex County Cancer Centre Foundation and various charities. These funds go towards the purchase of chemo pumps, MRI machines, CT scans, Prostate Brachy Equipment, The Men’s Comprehensive Health Program, and research funding. The day of the event is dedicated to educating and raising awareness to the importance of research, and providing proper equipment for early detection and cancer diagnosis. For more information, visit www.joehoganmemorial.com or call 519-984-0801.

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Hi Neighbor expands their operations to Chatham. Tiles, Planks and Rolls is the new brand of Hi Neighbor in Chatham. “The demand in that market has increased significantly and we wanted to provide a strong local option. With our buying power of two locations, contractors and wholesaling, we are able to offer a large selection for the best value,” says Terry Darbyson, co-owner of Hi Neighbor with Erik Rorseth. Their new location on Grand Ave is over 4,000 square feet of displays and also has ‘shop at home’ options all with quick turnaround for installation.

Hi Neighbor is the area’s largest local flooring store and has been serving Windsor-Essex county and surrounding communities for over 80 years.