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Services at Half Moon Bay start up again on June 30

pGANANOQUE, Ontario — Sunday seasonal worship services at Half Moon Bay on Bostwick Island start up again June 30. /ppThis year, the services are scheduled to run at 4 p.m. Sundays through Aug. 11. /ppThe services are unusual in that most participants use boats to get to the bay. Bostwick Island, in the Admiralty group, is less than a 10-minute power boat ride from Grindstone Island, which is across from Clayton. Many boaters nearer than that use their own power. All boats — from kayaks to pontoons — are welcome./ppAmericans who boat to Bostwick Island, which is in Canada, should first bypass the island and travel to the harbor in Gananoque, where there’s a place for them to register with the Canadian Border Services Agency./ppFor American visitors who don’t have an enhanced driver’s license or a href=”https://www.cbp.gov/travel/trusted-traveler-programs/nexus”NEXUS card/a, the Canadian government requires that they carry proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate, certificate of citizenship or naturalization as well as photo identification. /ppEach service will be conducted by a guest pastor. The 2019 schedule:/ppJune 30/ppThe Rev. Mark L. Pierce, retired of United Methodist Church, Cape Vincent/ppJuly 7/ppThe Rev. Geoff Howard, Knox Presbyterian Church, Iroquois, Ontario/ppJuly 14/ppThe Rev. Mick Keville, …read more

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