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June 19 2012 WesTides Web

June 19 2012 WesTides Web

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Vol. 9, No. 8 www.ossekeag.ca June 19, 2012
Delivered free, reachingover
Residentsacross SouthernNew Brunswick everytwo weeks!
Hampto Hrald
Sussx Hrald
Vally Viwr
Wesides June 19, 2012 2 www.ossekea.ca
“Your Community Connection”
Tel: (506) 832-5613 Fax: (506) 832-3353 email: info@ossekeag.ca • www.ossekeag.ca
Locally Owned & Operated by Debbie & Mike Hickey
242 Main St. • Hampton, NB • E5N 6B8Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
West Branch Library
621 Fairville Blvd.
Summer Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Friday 9:00am-5:00pmWednesday & Thursday 9:00am-8:30pm
Saturday & Sunday – closed
For your convenience youcan drop off ads and editorialat the following locations; payment by chequeor exact change.
By Mike Hickey
PHOO SUBMIED BYSHARON PEABODYOF SAIN JOHN.Published BiWeekly Next Issue: July 3Deadline: June 26“MY RACOR”
With thousands o readers, there has to be at least two people whoare interested in tractor articles. So I need just one person besidesmysel and we are good to go!!Te workhorse o my small tractor eet, is my second oldest, butat 32 years old, it is still going strong and is my go-to tractor orthe heavy work. It’s the one that ventures o o the woods road toblaze new trails and to haul out wood. It is also the only tractorthat has the space to carry the many items needed or the hard jobs.My chainsaw sits in a case out on one rear ender, while an axesits inside the cabin beside my seat. Outside on the loader, I havea bracket to hold my peavey or moving logs or trees around i needed. Until I nd a logging winch or wench, I have a 20 plusoot hunk o chain hanging o brackets on the other side o theloader. Also hanging o the loader are lopping shears or trimmingbranches (instead o using chainsaw), a two-ton manual winch orhauling me (hopeully) out o places I shouldn’t have been, and ashovel (or sel burial i nothing else works)!!Inside the cab, I have a hard hat with ace shield, that I shoulduse but never do, two or three pairs o gloves, a small maul-likehammer (protection rom coyotes and angry wie), numerousbolts and pins, tools and a airly short eight oot chain, along withgas and chain oil or my chainsaw.Te tractor started out lie weighing a little over 4,000 lbs butnow weighs somewhere in the vicinity o 120,000 lbs and canbarely move (just kidding)!!It is amazing, when I think about it. With all o the problems in theworld both near and ar, why would I write about a tractor?? Wellor one thing, tractors aren’t depressing!! One o the great thingsabout our publications is that with possibly a rare exception, allo the news is positive. And believe me, that can be very hard tond today. While there is nothing wrong with getting the “real”news on lie, a continuous barrage o bad news is depressing andso people begin to eel hopeless about the uture and that there isnothing that can be done.Fortunately, our publications are just loaded with people andorganizations being very busy trying to solve at least some o theworld’s problems and believe me, that is a good thing. Changealmost never occurs out o depression, but rather hope andinspiration.
Wesides June 19, 2012 3 www.ossekea.ca
Te Saint John Y is once again hosting Summer Day CampPrograms at the west side location, in the Church o the GoodShepherd. Tis year, we are pleased to oer a variety o Juniorand Senior Adventure Camps, along with numerous Specialty Camps, such as Mystery Camp, Rockstar Camp and All StarSports – just to name a ew!Camp activities oer a wide range o opportunity or individualgrowth, creating new riendships and exploring the community in a whole new way. Our programming includes out-trips,theme days and beach excursions. Our centre operates rom7.30am-5.30pm. We have government subsidies available.Call 646-2111now or registration inormation.
Card game on Tursdays andSeniors’ Dance on Fridays isdone or the summer and willresume in the all.Saturdays – Bingo – last cardwill be on
Saturday, June 23
 – restarting in September.Activities are all held atAssumption Centre, ChapelStreet West. For moreinormation call 672-7691.
290 Ludlow St. West 635-9919Sundays
: 1:00-4:00pm, “25¢ Bingo”, 50/50, canteen available.Everyone welcome.
Dabber Bingo, doors open at 5:30pm, Early Birdgames start at 6:30 and Regular games at 7:00pm. 50/50 andcanteen. Everyone welcome.
Bring your instruments or lots o ddling, singing and un toKitchen Parties at the Frances Smith Memorial Hall, Long Reach(Rte 845 Kingston Peninsula). Light rereshments will be servedand admission is $5 at the door goes to church and hall repairs.Dates or the summer 2012 Kitchen Parties: 7:00pm,
Fridays June 29
, July 13
, 27
; Auust 10
; September 7
.For more inormation contact Sylvia at 386-4601, 763-3393 orFraser at 763-2559.
Public Notice
Telecommunications Site
Bell Mobility, Inc. in accordance with its obligations under the Radio-communications Act and Industry Canada procedure CPC-2- 0-03(2008) hereby notifies the residents in the vicinity of Milford Road,Saint John of its intention to develop a Telecommunications Siteconsisting of:
Site Reference:
J 1312 MilfordANY PERSON
may make a written submission to the individual listed belowby
July 4, 2012
with respect to this matter.
on the property located at 248 Milford Road.
The site is in back of property approximately 330 feet from MilfordRoad.
• a 50 metre self support• an equipment shelter• and perimeter fencing
Bell Mobility Inc. c/o Real Estate Services535 Beaverbrook Court, Suite 140,Fredericton, NBE3B 1X6Attention: Municipal Relations – John ComfortFax: (506) 450-3713Email: comments.agi@altusgroup.com
Time Management:
ug o War - Work/Lie balance, can they both be Winners You will learn ips, ricks and Best Practicesor sel-discovery on achieving Work Lie Balance withacilitator Steven Craword, who has worked the last 12 yearswith a contact center here in Saint John.Tis Noon Nugget to be held on
Wednesday, June 20
andwill be the last until September. “Noon Nugget” events are heldat the Saint John Volunteer Centre, 66 Waterloo Street, rainingRoom Suite 224. o pre-register call 658-1555 or email -training@nb.aibn.com. Registration: 11:30-11:50am, Workshop:12:00noon to 1:00pm. Fee: $15/members & $20/non-members.Failure to notiy o cancellation two days prior to Workshop willresult in the ee being invoiced.All Education Programs are sponsored by the United Way o Greater Saint John.

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