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OssekeagPublishing
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ampton
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erald
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Vol. 10, No. 23June 15, 2010
The Hampton Herald
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Hampton Herald - June 15, 2010
 
Rhonda Finlay B.A., M.S.c. Audiologist
Currently, there is a trend in the hearing aid industrytoward smaller and more discreet hearing aids,including the recent development of open fit hearingaids (also known as open ear hearing aids). Open fithearing aids have one major limitation, however;they are not appropriate for many people with a moresevere hearing loss and are best used by those withhigh frequency hearing loss and normal lowfrequency hearing.This means that those with severe hearing lossinquiring about this new technology may have eitherbeen steered toward more traditional hearing aids(which also have their benefits) or have beenimproperly fitted with open fit hearing aids. However,a recent modification to open fit hearing aids, knownas receiver in the canal (RIC) hearing aids, can makethese nearly invisible hearingaids available to people withmore severe hearing loss.Open fit hearing aids providegreater comfort in a discreetsize. They’re easy tomanipulate and maintain andcome in a range of styles andfeatures.
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Do you remember a few weeks ago when Idiscussed the terror of a 95.2 pound maniac.Recently the Corporate Jet was visiting down the lane with familyand friends, when he suddenly got the urge to tear about. Why a lawnrake being used to gather lawn clippings drew his attention maynever be known, but the resulting collision had a predictableoutcome ... Jet (unscathed) ... rake (badly broken handle).Fortunately no humans were damaged (at least physically).Many thanks to the reader in Salisbury, who shared her own storeyof a black lab maniac. If I ever find the time, we may even get it intoprint so that everyone can enjoy the pain and joy of doggyownership.Some of you geezers are probably old enough (if the mind is stillworking) to remember the song "16 Tons" ...(I'm way too young!!!)
"You load sixteen tons, what do you get  Another day older and deeper in debt" 
A recent study carried out by Mikie reveals that 32 Tons (of gravel)accomplishes pretty much the same result ... older and poorer. Yousee in order to keep up with the Jones's of Burnside Lane, we neededa fancier quality of gravel than the dirt we have been using on ourpart of the lane. Two truck loads of "good" gravel, several hundreddollars and 24 hours later we're singing the same song with onlyminor changes to the lyrics. One day after arrival, about 24 Tons of the stuff is spread and we are well along the path of fitting in with the"Jones's".While you are remembering things ... how about computers!! Canyou remember when -A computer was something onTV from a science fiction showA window was something youhated to clean ...and RAM was the cousin of agoat...Memory was something thatyou lost with ageA CD was a bank accountAnd if you unzipped anythingin public you'd be in jail for awhile (more to come later)!!!
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Dr. A. T. LeatherbarrowPrimary & Hampton HighSchool’s Lunch & Learn‘Big Buddies’.See story on page 17
 
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Hampton Herald - June 15, 2010
BINGO - NEWS FLASH!!!!!
Bingo Wednesdays, 7:00pm at the WI/Seniors’ Hall in Upham (2117Rte 820)! Canteen is available and everyone is welcome come out fora fun evening.Sponsored by the Hammond River Valley Seniors.
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GREER FAMILY REUNION
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The 23 annual Greer Reunion will be held on
Sunday, August 8
,1:00pm at the Community Hall, Main Street in St. Martins with a PotLuck dinner at 4:00pm. Come bring your family and meet yourkinfolk.For more information please contact any one of the following:Newman Greer 847-8217; John Greer 847-1537; Pat Seeds 757-2983; Don Crawford 849-1125; Christina Snow 832-3626; DavidGreer 847-5409.
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LIONS BINGO - COLES ISLAND
Bingo is held at the Coles Island Lions Hall (Route 10,Coles Island) every Wednesday night. Doors open at6:30, Bingo starts at 7:30pm. For more info call Elmerat 362-5534.
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ST. PETER’S CEMETERY SERVICE
The annual Cemetery Service for St. Peter’s Church in Upham will be
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held on
Sunday, June 27
at 3:00pm. Come and enjoy a presentationof the “Colourful Characters of the Parish of Upham.Refreshments to follow.
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Reminder: SALMON DINNER IN KINGSTON
The Anglican Parish of Kingston will hold their annual Salmon
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Dinner on
Saturday, June 19
, with two sittings - 4:30 & 6:00pm.Cost for the supper is $12/adults and $6/children 12 and under.Tickets must be purchased in advance. For tickets please contact theKingston Parish Office at 763-3183, or Barbara Miller at 763-2978.
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FREE FASHION SHOW!
Please join us at a ‘free’ Fashion Show taking place at WalMart in
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Saint John on
Thursday, June 24
from 1:00-2:00pm. The show is tohelp promote awareness of bladder health issues in Support of WorldContinence Week.Come and enjoy the fashions, complimentary refreshments and aninformation booth with Nurse Specialists.
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WE LIVE IN THE COUNTRY, THERE IS NO RUSH!
“School’s almost over! Yipee!” most students are saying. For thegraduation headaches it has just started for the Police. We just pray toget through another Graduation season without having someone hurtor killed in an accident. The kids may feel that we are bullying them,but we are there for their safety. We are constantly being asked “Whyare you pulling me over?” “I didn’t do anything wrong”. The hardestpart I have ever had to deal with in my nearly 31 years of Policing ishaving to tell a person that their loved one has just died. It never getsany easier.This brings me to an incident within the Town limits the other day.Three 12 year olds and an eleven year old boy were laying on theirskateboards on their backs going down the hill and stopping just beforethe oncoming traffic. Imagine what would have happened if someonebacked out of their driveway or they couldn’t stop! There are lots of vacant parking lots where it is safer.We will be doing more scheduled boat patrols along the Kennebecasisand Saint John Rivers, as well as Belleisle Bay. We will be checking forCompetency cards, life jackets and open liquor. Please make sure youhave all of the equipment you require for your pleasure craft to be outon the water safely.Have you heard the great new local band in the Hampton area?Junction 49 is putting on a night at the Hampton Legion for the CanadaDay Festivities on June 30th. Another good time is the spread put on bythe Church of Latter Day Saints on Villa Drive. They put on a BBQsupper free of charge. They do not want donations. This is their way of 
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giving back to the community! This will also be held on June 30 from4:30pm to 7:00pm.
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On Thursday July 1 you can start the morning with a breakfast at theHampton Legion followed by a BBQ from 12:00pm to 5:00pm whichwill be held at the Hampton Community Center put on by thePickwauket Lions Club in conjunction with the Fair Day. There will bea dunk tank put on by the Hampton Co-Ed Slo pitch Ball League duringthe Fair Day. Last year the league donated a good portion of the fundsthey collected to PRO kids.If you’re not done eating there will be a Strawberry Social at theLighthouse Park River Centre from noon to 3:00pm... You can finishthe night off with a cold plate supper at the Lower Norton Shore Hallfrom 4:00pm to 6:00pm. For those who want to work off the food youcan take part in the Twilight Splash from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at the poolput on by the Hampton Community Club.Thinking of all this food has made me hungry so I gotta go! Have agreat two weeks.
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