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Vol. 10, No. 24 August 17, 2010

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50 Millenium Drive Quispamsis, NB Spotlight Special
Know who to turn to Ravings By Mike Hickey
Well!! I've got my bridge finished well ahead of schedule and have
We want the things you don’t!! crossed to the other side several times without significant
incident. Of course I used a lot of quality control and tested the
strength of the bridge on numerous occasions, but best of all the
The Canadian Diabetes Association missus never even caught on as to why I insisted she jump up and
down in the middle. You see, I had spent a lot of time doing very
Clothesline program collects the items sophisticated calculations in order to figure out the size and
you no longer want, in order to generate number of logs needed. But this bridge was considerably longer
revenue to help those suffering from than a previous one I had built and my newer tractor was quite a
bit heavier due to the loader and the cab. After weeks of figuring
Diabetes. People wishing to donate can what the actual weight of the tractor might be and what the
call the “Clothesline” at 1-800-505-5525 strength of a 10" log sitting beside a 9" log might be, it finally
for a free home pick-up of their reusable dawned on me that I was just totally guessing. Oh Honey!!!
Before the completion of the bridge, however, I did need to go
clothing and household items. Individuals out on it several times in order to prepare the landing on the
additionally have the option of dropping other side. This went quite well until I nearly dropped a front
off soft items only at their nearest drop wheel right through as a couple of logs decided to separate.
Easing forward, I successfully got off the bridge but on the wrong
box location, shown below. side. So I had to pause for a few minutes and ponder this little
One of the great advantages of having a tractor with a cab and
KV Co-op, Millenium Drive, Quispamsis various holders for carrying stuff, is that I happened to be
Canadian Tire, Hampton Rd, Quispamsis reasonably equipped to deal with almost any emergency. Hanging
off one of my outside brackets was an old "come along". With the
Daly Convenience, 525 Old Hampton Rd, tractor out of the way I was able to run the cable all the way
Quispamsis around the offending logs and crank them tightly so that when I
backed up over them again they were secure. Yeah!!!
Now that the bridge is fully open for business, my first priority is
A cure for Diabetes could be hiding in your closet, to try and sell it. My thought is that after 20 years or so, the
thank you for your support! bridge might require maintenance and I don't want to get stuck
with the bill for the millions that it might cost if I can't do it
myself. I figure the tourism potential of the millions waiting to
tour the backwoods of Nauwigewauk would make this a real steal
for any government willing to invest $40 million or so. Failing to
come up with a dumb ... er ... interested buyer I may turn it into a
toll bridge. At an average fee of $10 per crossing I can recoup my
investment in about 50,000 years or so.
Please support my bridge!! If the missus ever discovers my
reason for her jumping up and down ... I am going to need the
funds to build a bridge to someplace far, far away. 800

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12TH ANNUAL GALA DINNER & AUCTION continued support with his wonderful talent.
FUNDRAISER The Rocmaura Foundation is pleased to announce that the
This year’s Rocmaura Gala Dinner & Auction which will be Lieutenant Governor, Graydon Nicholas will be Honourary
held on Saturday, September 25th at the Saint John Trade Chair at the 12th annual Gala Dinner & Auction
and Convention Centre. Viewing begins at 5:00pm with Tim Auction items are still needed such as antique furniture,
Isaac as Auctioneer. Proceeds will go towards Phase II of the artwork, china, jewelry, etc. To arrange for the pickup of a
Resident donated item or to obtain tickets, please call Rocmaura
s ’ Foundation at 643-7090.
Wardrob For information and/or tickets to this year's Gala Event,
e Project, please call the Foundation office at 643-7090. 624
a home
f r o m The Department of Health has provided the Saint John
h o m e branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association with
environm $15,000 to assist with the association's local programs.
ent for Health Minister Mary Schryer (centre) presented the cheque
e a c h to CMHA-SJ board president Roger Stoddard and executive
resident. director Dawn O'Dell. 214
One of
the items
in the
Au c t i o n L-r: Phil MacGillivary; Shirley McAlary,
will be a Rocmaura Foundation's Gala Event Chair; and
painting Bill Ives, member of the Gala Dinner
donated Committee.
by local
Phil MacGillivray, who over the years has generously given of
his talent to many area charities including the Rocmaura
Nursing Home Foundation annual galas. The Rocmaura
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Fundy Funeral Home Branch Hours (Summer): Monday-
230 Westmorland Rd, Saint John, NB Wednesday 2:30-8:00pm; Thursday & Friday
Phone (506) 646-2424 12:00noon-9:00pm; Saturday 2:00-9:00pm;
Sunday 1:30-7:00pm.
Helping You Plan Sundays - 10:30am-12:30pm, Sunday
Brunch $6.00/person; 2:00-5:00pm,
Rummoli every second Sunday.
For Tomorrow, Today. Tuesdays - 7:00pm, Executive Committee
meeting the second Tuesday of each month
with General Meeting following at 8:00pm.
Saturdays - 3:00-6:00pm, Shuffleboard.
Call for our Friday, August 20th - 5:00-7:00pm, Ham Dinner - appetizer,
ham, scalloped potatoes, veggies, dessert, tea/coffee for
$10/person. Reserve now by purchasing a ticket at the
free booklet Branch. Pre-paid reservations close on August 18th.
Sunday, August 22nd - 7:00-9:00pm, The Legacy - The
Champagnes return to entertain at Br 58. Light snacks,
“A Guide to refreshments, and a free night of musical entertainment
presented by Pam and Doug Champagne. Their variety of
entertainment will include melodies from WW2 to the
Planning Ahead” Rod Anderson
modern era - all focused on the Legion's commemoration
aims. Join us for an evening of fellowship - free, free your
Preplanning Counselor evening to enjoy.
Sunday, September 12th - Hosting Vets & Friends.
Friday, September 17th - 5:00-7:00pm, Roast Beef Dinner -
Email: appetizer, roast beef, potatoes veggies, dessert, tea/coffee for $12/person. Reserve now by purchasing a ticket at the
Branch. Pre-paid reservations close on September 15th.
Veterans-need help?: Veterans in need of assistance with VAC
applications, disabilities, frailty, medical treatment contact

Lee Kallar Excavating Branch Service Officer - Comrade Norman Gaillard 847-5146.
Serving the Public: Catering - all events within and without -
menus and costs at Br #58. Facilities Rental - two rooms
Screened Topsoil, Gravel, Sand, available for functions and business/private meetings, fee
Crushed Rock, Fill, Shale, schedule and reservations available. 206
Drain & Tile Repairs, Septic Repairs,
Road Building, Bulldozer &
The Bradley Lake Community Centre which can
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GARDEN COMPOST weddings, receptions, birthday parties (includes a large
Cellular 650-3536 kitchen).
For more information or to make a booking for an event
847-7910 please call 847-8442 or 847-7170. 216

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H C Your complete ?ooring specialists
Family Plus is pleased to provide
group programs to the community,
free of charge. This fall we are
offering a slate of five evening Carpets & Ceramics Ltd.
programs. All programs are held at One of Eastern Canada’s Largest
Discount Ceramic Tile Depots
the offices of Family Plus/Life
Solutions, 199 Chesley Drive, Suite
204, Saint John. Pre-registration • Carpet
required for all groups. Call 634- • Porcelain Tile
8295 for more information or to register (press 2 to register):
Personal Breakthrough for Women - Learn how to be more
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assertive, let go of barriers and establish healthy boundaries. Sales & Installation
Start date: September 22nd, Introductory session: September (506)634-7777
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8th. 2695225

Personal Breakthrough for Men - Assists men in the

development of positive coping skills/strategies to help
effectively manage anger, stress and conflict.
Start date: September 9th.
Active Parenting Now (5-12 year olds) - Learn
how to build a stronger relationship with your
children, instill self-esteem and apply key
discipline methods. Start date: September 13th.
Teen Self-Esteem and Assertiveness - Topics
discussed in the group include: media's impact
on body image and self-esteem, healthy and
unhealthy relationships, peer pressure, bullying
and communication. Start date: September
C o - o p e r a t i v e Pa r e n t i n g A f t e r
Separation/Divorce - Assists
separated/divorced parents cope with their
anger and pain while minimizing the negative
impact of divorce on their children. Start date:
October 21st. 621


Caregivers Support Group takes place the 4th
Thursday of each month at the Saint John
Alzheimer Society office 152 Westmorland Rd,
beginning at 7:00pm. 604


Free classes in Math & English, lower levels
up to GED. Small classes, mornings or
afternoons, Monday-Friday. Start at your
own skill level, work at your own pace. The
program will take place at the Carleton
Community Centre. Call Jim Burns for more
info at 658- 2815. 610


Parkinson Society Maritime Region now has
seven chapters/support groups in New
Brunswick. "You are not alone".
To find the one nearest you call 1-800-663-
2468. 833
Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 5
The Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild presents the 30th
Annual Quilt Show & Sale “Asian Inspiration” on: Thursday,
September 16th - 1:00-8:00pm; Friday, September 17th -
10:00am-8:00pm; and Saturday, September 18th - 10:00am-
4:00pm at the Island View Lions Club (9 Market Street) in
Quispamsis. The coveted prize ribbons will be awarded on
Wednesday, September 15th from 7:00-9:00pm at the Lions
Den, Market Street, Quispamsis and all are invited to

Back to School... attend.

Quilting is no longer only bed quilts from baby size to king
size along with table mats and runners. Today quilting
encompasses art in the form of wall hangings with many
dimensional effects and thread painting and the ladies in
this guild are the equal to the best to be found anywhere.
Non-Members are invited to enter a quilt in the show and
entry forms are available by calling Jean at 847-4134.
The Show & Sale will feature: Judged Quilts - display and
quilts for sale; Raffle Quilt - winning ticket drawn at 3:00pm
September 18th; Boutique - with quilted items and
122 Hampton Road, Quispamsis, NB Christmas Corner; Merchants Market and Quilters Walk -
1.506.848-0044 baskets with items to be raffled to raise funds for charity.
154 Water Street, St. Andrews, NB Sale Tables accept cash and personal cheques
1.506.529-3558 For Entry Forms and information call 832-5057 or 847- 4134. Admission $5.00 daily or $10.00 all three days The Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild has over one
hundred members with meetings on the second Tuesday of
Remove toxins
each month from October through June and the first
from your Tuesday in September. Anyone with an interest in quilting
children’s lunch. would be most welcome to come to our meetings and learn
about the upcoming workshops being offered during the
fall, winter and spring. If you have never quilted before,
come to the Show and Sale and sign up for the beginners
course and learn more about the guild. Many organizations
both local and national have benefitted from the beautiful
quilts which our members have made and donated to raise
funds. The main creed of the guild is to encourage and
For all your fresh baked goods! promote quilting but the offshoot of this is the quilts which
are donated to nursing homes, hospitals, victims of fires,
This Week’s Specials floods, etc. The money raised from selling raffle tickets is
donated to many worthy causes, mostly in the local area.

White or

Whole Wheat
Pan Rolls
Cheese Bread
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm
Fairvale Mall (CIBC) Sat 8am-2pm
Rothesay Check out our Saturday
The Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild is selling
In-Store Specials!
849-0356 tickets on this beautiful quilt which has been
hand quilted. The quilt will be on view at various
venues around the area where tickets will be
Gift Certificates Available available as well as from members of the guild
Visit our Facebook group for new products and store specials. and at the Show.
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KV SUMMERFUN SPOTLIGHT play a musical instrument, drawing or painting, sewing,
By Maria Debly photography, yoga, or something else you've always wanted to
Even though the summer weather is beautiful, there are do?
usually at least a few days that range anywhere from light rain -Check off items on your to-do list. During the summer
to thunder storms. A rainy day has the potential to be either months, many of us tend to neglect things like chores when
really interesting, or supremely boring: it all depends on what it's much more fun to go to the beach. But if it's raining, one
you do with it. might as well put on some great music and get all that stuff
Here are just a few ideas to help banish bad-weather done.
boredom: -Enjoy the weather. If it's not a full-out storm, anyone with
-Plan indoor activities. This is the most obvious thing to do. A rubber boots, a raincoat, and an umbrella can go out in the
rainy day is the perfect time to go to the movies or watch a rain. There are many creative things to do: have a picnic
play, visit the library, go bowling, shopping, or to a museum; under a patio umbrella, take some photos, go for a walk, or
-Cook! It doesn't have to be Deluxe Caramel Praline even play puddle hopscotch. Remember-enjoy summer
Cheesecake Squares or Saffron Quail in Watercress-Marsala - vacation, rain or shine.
there are lots of simple but delicious recipes out there that Send suggestions for the next article's topic to
don't call for a lot of time or hard-to-find ingredients; or post them at
-Play a board game with a big group of friends or your family. 205
Just because it's a bit old fashioned (board games have been
around since about 3500 BC) doesn't mean it can't be fun.
Another advantage that board games have is that if there is a
We encourage everyone who uses, enjoys and cares about
particularly bad thunder storm, they won't "crash" the way
Rockwood Park to attend a Public Meeting at the Fort Howe
electronics sometimes do;
Hotel & Convention Centre, Main Street, Saint John North
-Get moving. Sometimes a downpour can be inconvenient:
on Thursday, August 19th starting at 7:00pm.
there goes your plan to go hiking or cycling or play ball. But
At this meeting find out about City plans to sell off parklands
even when it's raining, fans of physical activity can play Wii fit
and help us prevent this from happening. 630
or do a fun workout video in their own home. Going to a local
gym or an indoor pool is another option. Kids (or kids at
heart) can play indoor games like Nerf gun fights and Reminder: OLD TIME SQUARE DANCE
scavenger hunts. A bonus is that being active, even a little, There will be an Old Time Square Dance held in Markhamville
can make people feel more cheerful, which might help if on Saturday, August 28thn from 9:00pm-12:00midnight. Toe
you're feeling grumpy because of the rain. tapping live music with Katherine Moller on fiddle and Jeff
-Learn a new hobby. Why not try model-building, learning to Matheson on keyboard. Admission $5. 523

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Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 7
The Studio Dance School
New Fall Programs
Offering clases in Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Hip Hop, Modern & Belly Dance
Beginner - Competitive

Oriental Style Modern & Lyrical

Belly Dance Ages 11-18
Beginner - Advanced
8 Week Program
For: Adults
Beginner - Advanced


For Adults Full Year Program
Morning classes Ages 3-18
Beginner & Advanced

Hip Hop Classes ALL BOYS

For Teens & Adults
Full year program Ages 7-18
Also 8 week Adult Programs Full year Program Ages 8-13

New Students
Aug 26th & 27th 6:00pm - 9:00pm
August 28th 10:00am - 4:00pm
Registration will take place at: “The Studio” 53 Clark Road, Rothesay

For More information, Please call us at 849-JAZZ (5299)
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Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 8

Crisis lines are available to victims of crime and the general Phyllis Bettle’s
public: SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS LINE (call collect) 1-506-
454-0437 - an answering service will take your call and a crisis 80th Birthday Celebration
counselor will call you back; CHIMO - Inuit word for Please join Phyllis Bettle’s family
friendship open 24/7 everyday and holidays - listening and in celebrating the very special
resources for all types of life problems - 1-800-667-5005; occasion of her 80th birthday.
The Saint John Regional Hospital has a Sexual Assault Crisis Saturday, August 21st from
Nurse on call 24/7. 824 1pm until 3pm,
Quispamsis United Church,
MacDonald Hall, Old Hampton Rd.
Friday, August 27th Kitchen Party at the Kingston Parish Hall, Best Wishes Only.
7:00pm with special guests Ivan & Vivian Hicks - please note
venue change for this date .
Bring your instruments for lots of fiddling, singing and fun.
Light refreshments. $5.00 donation at door for church and
hall repairs.
Hosted by Sylvia Campbell 386-4601, 763-3393 or Fraser
Smith 763-2559. 808

The Knights of Columbus Council #6766,
will be hosting Cribbage Games every
Thursday at 7:30pm - starting on
September 9th. Admission $5.00 for eight
games. Have fun, meet new friends, win
To be held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Church, lower hall on Gondola Point Road,
Rothesay. Enter via the back door on the right. 208


Ladies Community Fitness classes summer are held on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00-10:00am at Kings
Valley Wesleyan. 215


A youth-created Anti-Bullying Website toll-free line for youth,
parents, and the general public can be accessed 24/7, 365
days a year by anyone in Canada. Anyone may access the
(new) toll-free number at: (877) 352-4497. 803
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since 1975


On Saturday, August 21st a solo walk in memory of my Mom, SPECIALISTS IN: Residential, Commercial,
Doreen Burke, who passed away August 21-2002 with ALS. In Ground & Above Ground Spas, Hot Tubs &
This walk will start at Medi Trust West 7:00am - Riverside Golf Saunas, Installations by Emmerson Technicians
and Country Club and return to Medi Trust. I will walk for COMPLETE LINE OF CHEMICALS & ACCESSORIES
those who cannot. This is a tribute to all those dealing with
ALS. *Financing Available
Donations will be accepted on my walk. Please call 672-7137 On Approved Credit
or 647-1799 for more information or visit: VISIT OUR SHOWROOM and look for this SIMA 847-POOL 7665
event details. 107 HAMPTON ROAD, ROTHESAY, NB
A step for you ... hope to see you there. 631
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Did you know that the Search Institute
has identified Adult Role Models as one of
the 40 building blocks of healthy
development that help young people
grow up healthy, caring and responsible?
Visit for
more information on the 40
Developmental Assets.
Swimming: Improve your child's
swimming & water safety skills by enrolling them in our Red
Cross Swim Program. The 10-level program will be offered in
four 2-week sessions at Meenan's Cove Beach. Pre-school and
adult classes also available. Half-hour lessons will be held
Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 1:00pm, excluding
holidays. Classes end August 27th. Advanced courses are also
available through a partnership with the New Brunswick
Lifesaving Society. Included are Bronze Star, Bronze
Medallion, and Bronze Cross.
Co-Ed 4-on-4 Beach Volleyball League: League action at the
Meenan's Cove Beach Volleyball courts continues with 21
teams participating in this year's recreational, youth, and
competitive leagues. Games take place every Monday,
Tuesday, and Thursday night between 7:00 and 9:00pm.
Come on out and cheer on your favourite team!
Current Beach Volleyball Standings as of August 6th:
Recreational - Volley-On 64, Sandfleas 58, Haw Hee Haw 58,
Sets on the Beach 52, Spiked! 52, Volleyballas 50, The
Headbanz 34, Oops Sorry 20; Competitive - Fluffy Bunnies
68, Bottoms Up 68, Bird Flu 62, DeFenders 56, The Snakes
50, Fingers & Toes 44, Twisted 26, Moose Limes Crew 26;
Youth - The Bump & Grinders 58, Beach Buddies 54, 50, Sand Babes 44, One Hit Wonders 38.
Fall Community Expo: Do not miss this convenient one-stop
shopping opportunity created for busy families. Drop by the
Quispamsis Memorial Arena and visit the numerous display
booths including sports, youth service groups, music, crafts,
and more. This is the perfect time to register for the up-
coming fall and winter activities in your community. We hope
to see you from 6:30-8:30pm on Wednesday, August 25th and
Thursday, August 26th.
Upcoming: Some additional items for your calendar:
Wednesday, August 25 - Music in the Park, Andrew Hunter &
The Gatherers.
in Kennebecasis Valley Thursday, August 26th - Movie for Grown-Ups, Ironman 2.
Kindred Studio Friday, August 27th - Family Movie in the Park - Alvin & The
Chipmunks, The Squeakquel.
650-9126 Wednesday, September 1st - Music in the Park, George Street
Blues Project.
Friday, September 3rd - Family Movie in the Park, Shrek:
The Surf City Synchro club offers a variety Forever After.
of programs from recreation to competitive
qplex: For information on the Quispamsis qplex please visit
levels, starting with swimmers 5 yrs of age.
our website
Q-mail: If you would like to be added to our email list please
Aqua Squirts email Once added to the list you will
For 5-7 yr olds, a fun based program focusing on breathing, floating, entering the water, swimming skills,
awareness and confidence in the water.
receive emails about upcoming special events and programs.
Calendar of Events: On our website is a user-friendly
Recreation and Pre-Competitive Programs webcalendar, an interaction opportunity for local community
Five different programs, starting at 7-8 years old. Fun based programs focusing on living an active lifestyle and
teamwork. Developing general swimming skills, body position & posture, synchro skills, general diving skills, groups, etc. Please feel welcome in posting your upcoming
flexibility and music interpretation. event on this Calendar of Events page.
Competitive Programs For additional information on future programs, registration
forms, special events and facility bookings please visit our
For more information please contact Teresa Teskey at: website or drop us a line at 849-5778.
Submitted By: Megan Lucas, Program Director. 201
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The Saint John Police Force will be hosting a Cops For
Cancer concert on Wednesday, August 18th, 8:00 pm at
Saint John High School. The concert will include
performances by Jessica Rhaye, Mike Biggar and Laura
McNeil. All proceeds from the concert will assist the
Canadian Cancer Society in its mission to eradicate cancer
and to enhance the quality of life for those living with
Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased from the Booking now for
Canadian Cancer Society office located at 133 Prince Christmas &
William Street, the Saint John Police on the 7th floor of City private parties
Hall or Back Street Records. 623 in the Alister room

RAT RACE Available
The United Way “Rat Race” will take place
on Wednesday, September 15th from 6:00- Experience the freshest fish & seafood in town
8:00pm, starting and finishing at the
Market Square Boardwalk. “It’s risky
at Billy’s Seafood Company
Business scurrying through the uptown Restaurant & Fish Market.
Corporate World, wheelin’ and dealin’ and
facing life’s little obstacles in a fast-
You’re always welcome at Billy’s!
walking, crown gawking, wacky race to the We pack live and cooked lobster for travel.
cheese!” There will be games - Who squealed, business
“Class” please, That’s “Cheesy”!, Don’t you love it when a
plan comes together; and obstacles - What’s with all the
506 672 3474
“racquet”?, Step on it!, We can’t afford to “drop the ball” on
this one, No rush!
City Market Uptown Saint John New Brunswick
Registrations - $50/person for teams of four. Raise more
dollars, earn bigger prized (prize levels - $50, $100, $250,
$500, $1000). Wear a costume and earn 100 bonus points

There will also be live entertainment and a cheese &

crackers party at the finish! To register call: 658-1212
or drop in at 61 Union Street, 2nd floor. 620 The Huestis Insurance Group
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The Fundy Gardeners are holding their annual
Garden Show on Saturday, September 25th from HUESTIS & HARBOUR CITY INSURANCE
9:30am-3:00pm at the Kennebecasis Valley High AUTO 635-1515
School in Quispamsis. The theme for this years’ show
Cassidy Lake Riotous Blooms”. HOMEOWNERS
Speakers at the show
Boarding Kennel will be Ed Lawrence,
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for Ottawa’s official 847-7505
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211 Lakefield Road, are available at: THE HUESTIS INSURANCE GROUP
Cassidy Lake, NB
506-433-6974 com or by calling 849- 6401. 810

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Building a Deck? Building Anything? The Province of New Brunswick has provided $15,000 in
Use our quality lumber for best results. funding for landscaping at the Ken-Valley United Church
Tongue & Groove Pine Suites on the Hampton
Sikkens Stain Road in Quispamsis.
Cedar Decking The Suites consist of 16
Kiln Dried Construction Lumber apartments for senior
Hemlock Retaining Walls citizens and disabled
Siding residents. Health
K.D. Pine Minister Mary Schryer,
t h e M L A f o r
Quispamsis, presented
McMillan Forest Products Ltd.
the cheque to Cliff
Belleisle Creek 485-1010 Delong, chairman. The
When it comes to lumber – We Deliver! funding comes from
the provincial
government’s Regional
D e v e l o p m e n t
School of Rock Corporation. 212

Opens Aug 15th - 20th

Regular Scheduled Shows Campground Returning for another year, the KV
Old Boys will be at the following
Re-open Aug 27th Confidential locations until the end of October
from 9:30am-1:00pm for the
For more information on shows convenience of residents who may
and show times, please visit our website: wish to donate their redeemable
containers to charity: 1st Saturday of
693-8720 68 Exmouth St, month - parking lot, Hampton
847-2421 Saint John, NB Pharmasave; 2nd Saturday of month - parking lot, Petro-
Canada service station, Wells; 3rd Saturday of month - parking
lot, State Farm Insurance (next to Vito’s), Rothesay.
Your Representative in the Kennebecasis Valley Residents are reminded the KV OLD BOYS will gladly pick up
If you have Anything to insure Call Us redeemable containers. Some containers on which a deposit
is paid include: soft drinks; beer, wine & spirits; water bottles;
Carnaghan Taylor fruit juices; vegetable juices and all low alcohol drinks.
You can get in touch by: Fax - 847-1369; Tel - 847-5895 (leave
Fowler Insurance a message); or email - (we’ll reply with an
Covering All Your email). 403
Insurance Needs
Formerly of Buckley Insurance
CAIB If your home is unhappy because someone drinks too much
50 Crown St., Saint John we can help you. Al-Anon/Alateen family group -
Ph: 634-1177 Message manager number 634-
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As the weather gets warmer, we start to think about our
favorite summer activities. Taking a dip to cool off in a pool,
ocean or lake may be near the top of your family's list. When
swimming or playing near water, it is important for families to
keep safety in mind.
Drowning is the second most common cause of injury death
for children in Canada. For every toddler who drowns, three
Now Accepting to five more children have a near drowning where they have to
be admitted to the hospital. Most toddler drownings happen
Fall Registration in home swimming pools.
Classes Begin on Backyard pools should have a four foot high fence on all four
sides, with a self-latching gate. The house should not replace
Sept. 11/ 2010 one side of the fence. If self-latching gates are used, nearly all
Learn to swim: toddler pool drownings and almost 1/3 of all toddler
Preschool, Swim Kids and Lifesaving drownings could be prevented.
There are many other ways parents can reduce the chance
Teen Leadership & that a child could drown: Parents should be right beside
Water Safety Courses children under age five at all times, even if they are only
playing near the water; Never leave a child alone in the bath,
Adult & Youth Water Polo even for one second. Most infant drownings happen in the
bathtub; Empty all wading pools when they are not being
Specialty Classes used. A small child can drown in as little as one inch of water
Including Yoga & Zumba (enough to cover the mouth and nose); Children under the
age of three and children who cannot swim should wear a
50 Union St. properly fitting life jacket or personal flotation device (PFD).
Saint John, NB For more information about children's safety, visit or contact Jackie Thompson at 648-
7991 ( 931


The Kennebecasis Valley Chamber of Commerce would like to
invite all KVCC members and the general public to meet the
candidates from the ridings of Rothesay and Quispamsis who
are participating in the NB Provincial Election. This event will
be hosted at the KV Chamber of Commerce office located at
53 Clarke Road, 2nd floor (Red Whale Bldg).
Dates are as follows: Tuesday, September 7th, 11:00am-
1:00pm - Matthew Doherty, NDP Candidate Quispamsis;
Wednesday, September 8th, 9:00-11:00am - Mary Schryer,
Liberal Candidate Quispamsis and Victoria Clarke, Liberal
Candidate Rothesay; Thursday, September 9th, 11:00am-
1:00pm - Blaine Higgs, PC Candidate Quispamsis and
Margaret-Ann Blaney, PC Candidate Rothesay.
For further information please visit our website at or contact Tobbi Lynn Debly, Executive
Director at 849-2860 Monday through Friday from 9:00am
until 1:00pm.
Coffee and tea will be provided. Please use the Fundy
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Danny Nickerson ! Ernest Crossman ! Donald McQuade

Jessica Golding ! Rickey Lapointe • Steve Collins Tom Wilbur’s
643 Rothesay Ave. 506-635-1600 SAINT JOHN KIA
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Renforth Fencing Club The New Brunswick Auto Club Inc. 29th annual Automotive &
General Flea market will take place August 20th-22nd at the
FALL REGISTRATION FOR ALL CLASSES Princess Louise Park with up to 900 vendors.
Monday, September 13, 7-8pm For more information visit 836
Children & Youth Classes (ages 10 & over),
Mens & Womens Classes
Location: 1760 Rothesay Road PET BIRD RESCUE
Looking for Canada Located at 95 Neck Road, Summerville, “Pet Bird Rescue” is a
Games Participants non-profit rescue centre for pet birds who have been
For More Information neglected or cannot remain in their present home. An effort
please call Eric at 643-0799 is made to find homes for them, or a home will be provided
or until other arrangements can be made. For those who are turning in pets - cage, toys and food must be provided.
For more information contact 506-763-3323. 825

Coming in August! LIONS BINGO IN KV

Bingo every Sunday night at the Island View-
Quispamsis Lions Club. Doors open at 6:00,
and the first game starts at 7:00pm. Full
canteen services by Wendy.
Secrets of Discipline The Lions Club is located by the Ken Val Co-
Are you tired of bargaining with children just to op in Quispamsis. 203
get a little co-operation? Are you frustrated by
their lack of respect?
School District 6 is pleased to SAINT JOHN KENNEBECASIS VALLEY
host a special evening with NEWCOMERS
international speaker and If you are a woman new to this area and would like to join this
national organization, contact Anick at 847-9467 or by e-mail at
author, Ronald Morrish. We get together for monthly
His refreshing presentation lunches and coffees, book club, weekly bridge, mahjong, walking,
will provide you with many Moms & Tots along with other interest groups and social get-
practical strategies for teaching togethers.
children to be responsible and Get in touch … meet other “newcomers” to the Saint John area. For
more information go to our blog at
co-operative. You will learn 600
how to discipline without all the deal-making,
arguments and confrontations.
Join us on Monday, August 30th at Sussex Regional
High School or Wednesday, September 1st at Kings Meals: Monday thru Friday (except holidays)11:30am-12:30pm.
Valley Wesleyan Church. Both sessions start at Our meals are open to the public at a cost of $5.00 for a complete
7pm. healthy meal - it is the best deal in town: Monday - ground beef;
Tuesday - turkey; Wednesday - ham & potato scallop; Thursday -
meatloaf; Friday - fish. When
Monday is a holiday, we offer
Modern Styles that flatter your figure Ground Beef on Tuesday, and
in sizes to fit real women
Dresses in stock from 16w-32w
the menu remains as posted for KV Judo Club
the rest of the week.
Call us today to book your Bingo: Mondays, Tuesdays and Registration
appointment for your new order Thursdays 1:30-2:30 pm
or to purchase off the rack. Quispamsis Arena
Cards(45's): Wednesday
evenings at 7:30pm. Aug 25
Dances: Saturdays 7:30- 6:30-8:30pm
For further information, Aug 26
contact Paula at 693-8587. We 6:30-8:30pm
230 Thorne Ave, 641 King Street,
are accessible by elevator.
Saint John Fredericton Paula McCormick, Co- Contact Person
506-652-9900 506-452-9900
ordinator, Senior Citizens' Jeff Porter 832-0117
Mention this ad before August 31, 2010 and save 10% off your purchase. Services Saint John Inc. 607
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Volunteers are needed for a large Grand
Opening that will be held for the new office
for the Canadian Diabetes Association in
Saint John on 229 Bayside Drive on
Saturday, September 11th from 10:00am-
3:00pm. Along with this grand opening
S$ 20!
there will be several fund raising events
running throughout the city at which flyers SALE
will be handed out letting everyone know about the new
location and encouraging people to use it for clothing and starting at
small household donations.
Taking place on September 11th: A clothing drive along $299.99
with a BBQ at the new office. Some local dignitaries will be Model 10640C
in attendance; Boot drives in the local area as well as at the
three main ferry terminals; Bottle drives; Store Solicitors.
The SJ office of the Diabetes Society is looking for
individuals, parents with children, and groups to volunteer.
Approximately 40 volunteers are required and six groups to
participate and make this day successful. Those who are
interested may contact: Derek MacFarlane at 693-4235.

We repair all makes and models

This year’s Terry Fox Run is on Sunday, September 19th
Kennebecasis Rentals
starting at the Lily Lake Pavilion and continuing through
Rockwood Park. Registration begins at 12:00noon with the
123 Hampton Rd, Rothesay NB
run beginning at 1:00pm. You can find pledge forms at To celebrate the 30th year of the Terry Fox
Phone #: 847-2792
Run, the organizing committee has planned an event
complete with Children’s games, face painting and other
fundraising activities.
The Terry Fox Foundation prides itself on the fact that 87
cents out of every dollar goes directly to cancer research.
Save and Protect Your Trees!
“Mature Professionals Network (MPN) a social networking
organization for single adults over the age of 40 has been Improve your View & Sunlight,
launched in Saint John. MPN offers a forum to meet and Increase Real Estate Value
exchange ideas, develop friendships and share common
interests. They have a Meet and Greet Social every Friday Reduce Tree Hazards
night, 5:30 to 7:30pm at the
Job: Chateau Saint John, on
Rockland Road. You will be
Tree Pruning, Repair, Planting, Nurturing,
and Hazardous Tree Removal.
HEALTH CARE AIDE warmly welcomed by a
MPNSJ greeter who will
Permanent, Full-time, Shift, introduce you to other 15 Years in Business.
Weekend, Day, Night members. A group of them
and Evening also go out to dinner after the Ask about our FREE Tree Assessment
Meet and Greet. They have
CREDENTIALS: already participated in and Complimentary Tree Mulch.
Certificates, Licenses, several different activities
Memberships, CPR-First Aid and are looking forward to a Call Dwayne Patton, BSc. Forestry
lot more interesting things to
Salary - Upon Interview do through the seasons.
We hope you can find time to
Fax resumes to 506-633-4196 join us.” 831
Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 17
It’s Blueberry Time! Blueberry Pumpkin Loaf

1lb / 454g unsalted butter, room temperature

12oz / 340g golden sugar
1/2 lb / 250ml eggs (4 large)
Blueberry Cheesecake 24oz / 680g honey
12oz / 350g pureed pumpkin
1 1/2 cups vanilla cookie crumbs 2 lb / 907g all-purpose flour
6 tbsp butter or margarine, melted 4 tsp / 16 g baking soda
pinch ground nutmeg 4 tsp / 8 g ground cinnamon
1 8oz pkg cream cheese, softened 2 tsp / 4 g ground ginger
1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp / 2 g ground cloves
2 eggs 1 tsp / 2 g ground allspice
½ tsp each vanilla and grated lemon peel 1 tsp / 5g salt
16 fl oz / 500ml hot water
Blueberry Topping 20 oz / 600g blueberries, fresh or frozen
2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
1/4 cup sugar and water Preheat oven to 350F/180C. Butter and flour 4"-9"
2 tbsp cornstarch loaf pans. Cream butter and sugar together until light.
Dash salt Add eggs and beat well.
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp cornstarch
Mix in honey and pumpkin. Combine flour, baking
Cheesecake: Combine cookie crumbs, butter and nutmeg. Press into 9- soda, spices and salt. Add gradually to the pumpkin
inch tart pan with removable bottom. Beat cream cheese, sugar eggs, mixture until combined.
vanilla and lemon peel with electric mixer until smooth. Spoon into
cookie crust. Bake at 375°F. 15 minutes or until firm. Cool. Spread Stir in the hot water. Gently stir in blueberries. Pour
Blueberry Topping over cheese cake. Refrigerate several hours. into prepared pans. Bake until tester inserted in the
middle comes out clean. About 60 min.)
Topping: Combine blueberries, sugar, water, cornstarch and salt in a
saucepan. Cook and stir about 4 minutes or until thickened. Stir in lemon Transfer to racks and cool 10 minutes.
juice. Cool to lukewarm temperature.

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in 4-cup baking dish; spoon Cobbler Topping over fruit mixture.
Bake at 375°F 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown.
Topping: Stir together flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and
salt. Combine beaten egg and milk; stir into dry ingredients just
until moistened.
Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.

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Join us at the Carleton Community Centre every Thursday
morning 10:00am-2:00pm. Come and enjoy the fellowship of CERTIFIED
S.A.V.E. Inc. Sussex, Air, Ventilation & Energy
quilting. Bring a friend , enjoy the programs learn a most enjoyable
and time-honoured skill. For all your ventilation needs.
Watch for information in September for fall workshops. For Sales, service, new construction
further information contact: Sandra Betts 672-4636, or retro fits.; or Norah Sullivan-O’Toole 674-1639, We service all makes and models.
Fast, reliable service at reasonable 613
VanEE prices.
Sales & Service Call Gordon Keddy
Reminder: PLOWING CHAMPIONSHIPS PHONE: (506) 432-5184
th th We sell the best ... FAX: (506) 432-9447
The 59 NB Provincial and 58 Canadian Championships we service the rest.
will be held in Mundleville NB (Route # 470, 7.2 km west of
Rexton) the week of August 30th-September 4th inclusive.
The NB competition will be held on August 30th & 31st, and MARCO POLO TO CROSS HARBOUR
see plowing only with Conventional Plows. We are bringing the Marco Polo across the Saint John
For information: Gar y Keith 506-372-9427, harbour in September of this year. She is 90 feet long and 65 or David Mundle 506-523-9685, feet high. She is going inside Harbour Station to be part of 807 the Marco Polo Musical which is to be performed on
Saturday, October 23rd; after 24 years the people are going
to get to see her.
MCGARITY/MEGARITY FAMILY REUNION This will be a great day as we celebrate the fastest ship in
A McGarity-Megarity Family Reunion will be held at the the world, the first ship in history to circumnavigate the
home of Gordon & Irene Lewis (165 Kelly Road, Coles world in less than six months. The Marco Polo is the best
Island) on Sunday, August 29th, starting at 2:00 and supper example of the Golden Age of Sail (1850s to 1890s) in our
will be held at 5:00pm. Bring photos and a contribution for country . Saint John was the center of this and all people will
the pot luck supper. have their spirits raised the day she comes across the
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Reaching over 40,000 homes across Camp Rotary, on Grand Lake is a summer camp where a
multitude of campers with special needs go to enjoy "the camp
Southern New Brunswick every two weeks! experience". There is a "Diabetic Camp" and also "Camp
for children
The Hampton Herald living with
Delivered free to 7,280 homes in Nauwigewauk, Hampton, cancer or
Bloomfield, Norton, Kingston Peninsula, Hatfield Point, having a
Belleisle, Belleisle Creek, Barnesville, Upham, Titusville, histor y of
Kars Smithtown cancer. Each
s u m m e r
The Valley Viewer there are
Delivered free to 10,625 homes in the towns of Rothesay & some 42
Quispamsis. support staff
and we host
The Sussex Herald roughly 500
Delivered free to 10,660 homes in Apohaqui, Sussex, Sussex campers ranging in age from 7-30 years old that get to call
Corner, Coles Island, Cody’s, Cambridge Narrows, Camp Rotary home.
Penobsquis, Petitcodiac, Havelock, Salisbury
The Inside Out, was born from a great need; one of several
WesTides being that during rainy and very hot sunny days that the
Delivered free to 11,475 homes in Welsford, Public Landing, campers had to remain indoors. Understanding that most of
South Bay, Morna, Ketepec, Belmont, Acamac, Martinon these campers are housebound every day of their lives, due to
and Grand Bay-Westfield, Lorneville and Saint John West their mobility and wheel/power chair issues, it pulled on our
heart strings to hear that they were yet again staring at four
So we thought how do we bring the inside out! Hey lets build a
Ossekeag Publishing Co. Ltd. huge "picnic shelter". We took the idea back to our club and
with a unanimous vote, we set out to build this shelter. The
... Your Community Connection
Home of the Hampton Herald, Sussex Herald,
ground was broken less than three weeks before camp opened
Valley Viewer & WesTides and on May the 19th 2010 the "inside out was no longer a dream
- it was a reality.
Tattoo, a senior councillor with some six plus years at Camp
Rotary, expressed - "we are so grateful", "this is perfect and I

Thank You can't wait until the campers come and see it". "We can fit every
camper underneath of it".
I would like to express a big thank you So was the cost of $26,000.00 dollars worth it? Darn right it
was! From this year forward a 1,350 square foot free standing
to all those that helped celebrate my "inside out" will be there protecting campers and enabling
80th birthday. them to enjoy to the fullest the camp experience, creating of
Thank you to the ladies of St. Luke’s Anglican life long memories to cherish. The "inside out" was designed to
be maintenance free for a minimum of 25 years!
Church who prepared the food. It was delicious. The Rotary Club of Rothesay Kings thank everyone who
A special thanks to my family for all the love continue to support our many fund raising efforts and thanks
and surprises I received. to them hundreds of children over the next quarter century
will have "the best summer ever"
Barb Mabey Also, special thanks to incoming Rothesay Kings Rotary
President - Chris Dunham for his tireless efforts on this project.

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Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 20

By James Snelgrove & Pam Taylor,
2010 Summer Reading Club Co-ordinators
It’s been a fun-filled adventure at the Kennebecasis Public
Library this summer, but our Summer Reading Club still has
one stop left to make - our end of year party! If you’re a
member of the SRC, like to have fun, and think cake tastes
just great, then we want to see you! Our party is today, August
17th. To fit all of our members in, we will be holding one party Serving great food since 1971
from 2:00-4:00pm and another from 6:00-8:00pm, so pick
the time that works best for you! Both parties will be held at
the library, 1 Landing Court in Quispamsis.
The SRC’s end of summer party is always a blast, and this
year promises to be no exception. We will be playing fun
games, giving away prizes. A few special guest performers will
also be present! We will be hearing traditional Filipino music
performed by Abegail and Eden Llego who will be
accompanied by guitarist Doug Boyer, an ECMA nominee.
Sheila Croteau will also be performing Aboriginal drumming
and chanting songs with the help of the children at the party.
In keeping with our theme of world cultures and Gift Certificates Available
exploration, we invite all guests to dress up in an exploration-
inspired outfit. You may want to dress up as an adventurer
going on a safari, a sea-faring sailor, a fifteenth century
explorer, or any other travel related costume. I know that
everyone here at the Kennebecasis Public Library will be
decked out in our finery and hope that you will be too!
So for one final time this summer, come out to the 2010 SRC
at the Kennebecasis Public Library and celebrate all the
sights you’ve seen and the wonderful books you read. We can’t
wait to see you all! 204


There will be a Bake & Yard Sale at the Salt Springs
Community Hall on Saturday, August 21st. Baked goods and
items for sale would be appreciated. All proceeds go to the
Contact Bonny at 839-2750 or Wanda at 832-7469. 519
Regular Wednesday night Bingo at the Hall in Upham will
resume on September 8th at 7:00pm. The regular Monday
night card parties at the Upham WI Hall begin at 7:30pm and
will continue all summer.
All are welcome. 514

Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 21

The Expert Says...
This is the 10th year in Saint John for the Canadian Breast
Cancer Foundation & CIBC Run for the Cure. This year’s
event will be held Sunday October 3rd, 2:00pm at Harbour
Q: How do you fertilize trees and shrubs? Volunteers are needed for this year’s event - if you are
available for a couple of hours on a Sunday afternoon to help
The Expert Says: out with this wonderful event we would like to have you join
our team. Please call the volunteer hot line at 634-0655 and
Shrubs and young trees can be leave a message; or send an e-mail to
fertilized on the surface by working 2” to the attention of Patricia
of compost into the soil under the Duplisea. Please include your name and contact info so that
branches. If you don’t have compost, details can be sent back. 628
all-purpose organic fertilizer will do
just as well. For older trees from five Duncan Kelbaugh,
years to one hundred, poke crowbar Brunswick Nurseries SINGLES & FRIENDS NEWS
holes a foot deep at the drip line every Singles & Friends will be hosting the second dance for this
3 or 4 feet, and fill them with organic fertilizer. Tamp month on Saturday, August 28th at Branch 53, East Saint
them shut with your heel. Do this every year or two to John, 1016 Bayside Drive. Both will be DJ-Duncan Loughery
keep your plants in top shape. with Hazen. Doors open at 8:30pm and dance from 9:00pm-
12:30am. $5.00 for members and $7.00 for non-members.
696-1915 info line for updates. 618


There will be a Turkey Supper held on Saturday, August 28th
Open 7 days a week. 9am-7pm all summer and fall from 4:30-6:30pm at the James H. Williams Community Hall,
with a huge selection of trees, shrubs & perennials Crystal Beach. Cost for the supper is $12/adults, $6/children
308 Model Farm Road, Quispamsis, 847-8244 and pre-schoolers eat for free. 821


7 Days a Week SURVIVORS
The Saint John support group for Adult Survivors of Childhood
9am - 7pm Sexual Abuse (anonymity respected) meets on Saturdays,
10:30am-12:00noon and Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30pm at the
GARDEN CENTER Community Health Centre (130 Bayard Drive, next to St. Joseph’s
Hospital). We define this abuse as a sexual encounter initiated by a
While the box store plant section starts to dry up, family member or extended family member that damaged the child.
we keep a paradise of plants out here all summer! By ‘extended family’ we mean an aunt, uncle, in-law, step-parent,
cousin, friend of the family, teacher, coach, another child, clergy or
Huge Selection of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, mulch
anyone that betrayed the child’s trust.
and gardening products
For more information please call Ron McCann at 650-9985 or
email; or Elsie McGraw at
The CORRAL is in full swing with a dozen kinds of farm animals 614
for the kids to see. Bring apples and veggies for them to eat.


We’ll fix up your old ones, or make you new ones!
Pruning, edging, weeding, mulching, perennial care & transplanting
Beds, lawns, walkways, walls, patios & ponds
New beds planted. Old ones made beautiful.
Ph 506-657-2500
Email: Gardening Questions:
90 King St, Saint John, NB

Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 22

Pet Corner Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc.
At The
Animal Rescue League
We speak for those who cannot speak for themselves.

Here is one of the pets up for adoption

at the Animal Rescue League: SOPHIE
Yes, it is me - Chloe –
and I am back at the
shelter, hoping to find
my forever home this
time. I have called the
shelter home a few
times over the past
several months, so I EMMA
need someone who will
SOPHIE is one of the 6 abandoned tabbies, "Munchkins"
be dedicated to me and that we advertised a few issues back. She is now 11
my needs, and give me
a forever home! One of Chloe weeks old and cute as a button. Full of mischief and fun
she plays very well with her two siblings (also female)
that are still with us at the Sanctuary.
the reasons I have
returned to the shelter is that I am a very EMMA is one of two kittens that came our way. She's a
energetic dog and I require a lot of exercise. I beautiful 8 week old tortie with exceptionally beautiful
eyes and markings. She was a little shy when she first
have some nice people working with me on my came to the Sanctuary, but she got over that quickly. She
training, and I am doing quite well. I am very plays well with the 3 "Munchkins" and they have
friendly, but I might be too exuberant for smaller accepted her completely.
children. Both of these two kittens are in a foster home and being
well loved and looked after. However, they need a
permanent home. If interested in either one or both,
please call us to make an appointment to meet them.
The Animal Rescue League is a non-profit organization that
provides rescue, temporary housing, care and assistance to
abandoned and unwanted animals in our community. We receive
no government funding and rely on donations and fund raising in
order to continue our work as animal advocates. We do our best
Cats are ready for new homes
to find loving, caring and responsible forever homes for all the
animals in our care. We also attempt to educate our community Animals for Adoption:
about responsible pet ownership, the humane treatment of The adoption fee for cats in our care is $100.00, which includes:
animals, and the importance of spaying/neutering your pets. + Two veterinary examinations
+ Treatment for worms, ear-mites, fleas
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Reminder: THE CHASE IS ON!
Kings Valley Consulting Ltd. On Sunday, August 22nd from 1:00-4:00pm The Amazing
Chase for Liver Race, fundraising event will be held in
!Land Assemblies for Various !Rezoning Services Including Rockwood Park in support of the Canadian Liver Foundation.
Uses P.A.C. & Council Beginning at the Lily Lake Pavilion at noon, participants will
!Negotiating Services Presentations
embark on the first leg of their race with a geo-caching
!Current Aerial Photos !Property Management adventure throughout Rockwood Park - where they will be
!Watershed Maps !Reports on Land Holdings challenging themselves and other teams in rock climbing and
!Topographical Mapping !Business Opportunities paddling challenges. Once they have finished the race,
! Municipal By-Law competitors and supporters will enjoy a Barbecue Party at Lily
Investigations Lake.
Teams and individuals wishing to register for The Amazing
SPECIALIZING IN ALL ASPECTS OF LAND USE Chase for Liver Race can visit or
Rod Crowther Owner/Manager
Cellular: 506-647-5365
call 506-333-7955 or email for more
Office: 506-847-2878
Home Fax: 506-849-4486 information.
Those interested can also seek more information by phoning
the Canadian Liver Foundation Atlantic Canada Regional
Office 1-866-423-8538 or email 625
One Cadet, Noah Klotz-Mosher, who earned the Duke of
Edinburgh (bronze) in May 2010 was selected to spend six
weeks at the base in Whitehorse, Yukon. His activities
included going on a 200 kilometer Canoe trip and a
Tatshenshini Expedition. Way to go Noah!
Other Cadets were off to Camp Argonaut an extension of
DRIVER We Train Base Gagetown for two, three, and six week programs. Their
courses included physical fitness, marching, ceremonial drill,
EDUCATION For Life sports, marksmanship and general training with many other
fun activities thrown in. All cadets have returned after having
successfully completed their respective programs.
CLASSES WILL BE HELD AT: At the beginning of the summer the entire Cadet Unit also
KV HIGH SCHOOL had the opportunity to see the Nova Scotia Tattoo, which was
thoroughly enjoyed by the 140 Peninsula Cadets as well as
other corps from Saint John and Hampton.
The Cadets are now looking forward with anticipation to the
Four Day Class fall-winter 2010-2011 program. They will continue their
training in their various achievement levels, well as other
August 23 - August 26 activities including biathlon, shooting, snowshoeing and
outdoor trekking. The ultimate cadet goal for this season is
9:00 am - 4:00 pm to take a trip to Ottawa, Ontario.
In order to achieve this goal, the cadets will be participating
in various fund raising endeavors such as tagging, chocolate
bar sales, Christmas basket raffle as well as some new ideas
like spaghetti dinner combined with a silent auction. These
PRE-REGISTRATION & DOWN PAYMENT IS REQUIRED. events are all in support of the planned trip to Ottawa, where
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL they will visit museums, enjoy shopping and many other new
1-800-363-1194 opportunities.
The first meeting for the fall
will be held on Wednesday, Foot Health Center

September 8th beginning at The Shoe Fits, Inc.
6:15 and concluding at John Hooper, C Ped (C) Tel 333-5552
9:00pm. We cordially invite
all students between 12-19

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Cadet movement does not
! Custom made orthotic insoles
! Orthopedic footwear
have any registration fees and ! Compression hosiery
Microwaves, appliances, furniture, computer provides all uniforms and
desks, computers, used cars to get rid of? educational material free of CLINIC LOCATIONS:
charge. 14 Centennial Rd,
Advertise in the Community Classifieds! For further information

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please feel free to call Officer Saint John
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By Appointment only,
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There will be a Voice Recital featuring the students of David McEwen ATLANTIC
Saltsprings, NB
Mitchell on Thursday, August 26th, 7:00pm at the Church of
the Good Shepherd. Admission is $5.
Free Estimates - Red Seal Licensed Carpenter
The Saint John Men’s Chorus is holding auditions for Over 30 Years Experience
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The RCMP in Grand Bay-Westfield are Walkers
asking for the public's assistance in Welcome
solving thefts committed on two sailboats
on the evening of July 6th, 2010. On that
10th Anniversary
evening, the two boats (respectively
named "Obsession R" and "Come HAMPTON 5-MILER
Monday") were anchored offshore along PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ROAD RACE
the Saint John River between Irvin Lane &
and Beach Road in Grand Bay-Westfield. Overnight, several
items were stolen from the boats including DVDs, a
television, alcohol and a Seiko diver's watch. One of the KIDS’ KILOMETER
sailboats was set adrift. Sunday, September 12, 2010
The RCMP are also investigating a case of mischief which Hampton High School
occurred at South Beach on Long Island along the Presented by Late Registration: 8:00 - 9:30 am
Kennebecasis River sometime between the last week of June Race Start: Kids’ Kilometer 9:00 am
and the first week of July. A person or persons set fire to a sign 5-Miler 10:00 am
for the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, and several trees were Hampton
Prizes, Race T-Shirts, Post Race Lunch & Awards
River Runners
up-rooted. Broken beer bottles were also scattered across the Championship Timing
area. Registration forms available at: Alex Coffin Fitness Shop, Saint John Aquatic Centre
YMCA in SJ, Kredl’s Corner Market, Holly’s Restaurant & Pharmasave in Hampton
If you have any information which could lead to identifying
the persons responsible for these crimes, contact the Grand SPECIAL (UNDER 18) $10 & KIDS’ KM $5 (Register on race day only)
Bay-Westfield RCMP at (506) 757-1020 or Crime Stoppers at Drop registrations at Alex Coffin Fitness Shop or Kredl’s Corner Market
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Stoppers that leads to an arrest or the recovery of stolen more information at
property or the seizure of illicit drugs, you could be eligible For further race into contact: Jeremy 832-2710, Joe 832-5511 or Darrell 832-3233
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Volunteering is a Learning Experience
for Quispamsis Teen
by Trudy Kelly Forsythe
Nineteen-year-old, Quispamsis resident Association, Saint John Branch Inc. to
Liz Pomeroy likes to keep busy. She assist in costs associated with their many
enjoys long boarding, playing guitar and programs.
drums, and participating in hockey and
Since working with the Saint John
softball. She currently has two jobs - one
branch of the Canadian Mental Health
with the Atlantic Superstore and another
Association, Liz has also developed an
at the Music Education Centre. And this
appreciation for what CMHA does. "They
summer, she's been volunteering at least
do a great job of raising awareness," she
once a week with the Saint John branch
says. "They do great presentations and a
of the Canadian Mental Health
lot to educate."
Association, a national organization that
promotes good mental health and Of the actual volunteering, Liz says it is a
advocates for social change. great experience. "It's a great way to
meet new people and learn new things,"
Liz got the volunteering bug after she says. "Volunteering is a good way to
returning home early from the University Liz Pomeroy
help and it's a good way to spend your
of Guelph last October to look for work. referencing mailing lists on the time rather than just being on the
"I thought volunteering would be a good computer, and helping out with special computer. It's a lot better to do things
way to spend my time too," says Liz. First events. She has even participated in with a purpose."
she volunteered with PASAGE Saint John some of those special events, including
Inc., an organization committed to this summer's Play Ball for Mental We are looking for stories about people
preventing addiction through Health Tournament, which took place making a difference in the Kennebecasis
educational programs about substance June 19 and raised over $15,000. Valley - people who donate money and
abuse and gambling. For nine months, work hard to keep churches and local
she served as administrative assistant, She also assisted in X-Weighted, an organizations operating, people who
helped with the website and ran errands. event that brought Paul Plakas, the star provide time and leadership to
of the popular television show of the programs that serve youth, people who
When PASAGE hired their summer same name, to Saint John in an effort organize and contribute to fundraising
students, she searched the Saint John to raise awareness of both mental and activities that support worthy causes
Volunteer Centre website and came physical health. This health initiative and those in need in our community. If
across the Canadian Mental Health helped 35 participants lose a total of you know a story about a community
Association. "I thought it would be pretty over 500 pounds and over 250 inches. "Super Hero" we want to hear from you.
interesting," says Liz, explaining her It also raised $40,000 which was
volunteering activities with the divided equally between the Saint John Call 832-5613 or email
association include office duties, cross Y and The Canadian Mental Health

Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 26

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The 16 Annual Curl for MS in memory of Mrs. MacGowan will
be held Saturday, November 20th at the Hampton Curling
Club. This event is in support of Multiple Sclerosis.
It is time to register your team. Pledge sheets can be
emailed to you or I can get them to you. Online fundraising
will also be available. You may register as an individual also,
we will place you on a team. No experience necessary. All you
need is a clean pair of shoes and your Sense of Humour.
For more information and/or to register please call 832-
3236 or email at 814


Healing and Hope for your broken heart ... if you have suffered
the loss of a precious son or daughter. The parents support
group meets at Family Plus Life Solutions, 199 Chesley Drive,
2nd Floor, the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm.
For more information call 634-8295. 832


Hi guys, gals, young & old - after a short recess we are ready to
start up again for another 10+ years, offering support for
those with any type of addiction issue. The meetings (chaired
by Ken) will be held every Thursday starting on September
2nd 1:30pm at the Denis Morris Community Centre (330
Greenhead Road West). The Milford Bus stops across the
Church Chart We are looking for your support to get this rolling again! For
more information please call: Ken Warner at 672-8002. 815


There will be a Mercer Family Reunion held on Saturday,
There is something for you and every member of your family. September 4th & Sunday, September 5th at the home of
Join us for Sunday Worship and /tell us/ how we can /serve you/! Shirley Mercer (17 Mercer Laborde Lane, Norton), with
games, music and fun for all ages. There will be a BBQ on
Every Sunday 10:50 am
Saturday and a Pot Luck on Sunday.
Sunday School 9:30 am For more information please call Shirley at 839-2108 or
Kennebecasis Baptist Church Muriel at 839-2484. 816
383 Hampton Road , Quispamsis
Across from KVHS - 847-5822
In sad and loving memory of my darling husband,
Murray A. Braid
whom God called to His heavenly home August 25, 2003.

Days and nights are lonely without you dear.

Murray and I have both accepted Jesus as our

own personal Saviour. God has promised us we
will be together again - this time it will be forever
with our loved ones.

Your lonely Wife

Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 28
RESOURCE CENTRE Organic-Based Fertilizer Programs
New students and volunteers are welcome at the Saint John Pesticide-Free Programs Available
Multicultural & Newcomers Resource Centre’s English Fully IPM Accredited Company
conversational classes. English classes are held on the fourth floor Industry Leader for Over 15 years
of the City Market at the following times: Tuesdays from 5:30-
7:00pm and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm. These classes provide
a comfortable, informal setting for people to practice and develop
their English skills. Participants have an opportunity to carry on
discussions and meet new people from a wide range of cultures. The
centre welcomes new students and volunteers to join our growing ORGANICARE
For further information on the classes, or to volunteer, please
contact Nathan White at 642-4242 or 608 65 Marr Road, Rothesay 849-4124
Reminder: AIDS WALK FOR LIFE EVENT 8 River Road, Rothesay
Get out those running shoes! Register for the Scotiabank Crib every Wednesday at 7:30pm. For information please
AIDS Walk for Life, which is to be held Sunday, September call Sam Gauvin at 847-8261. Everyone welcome.
19th at Fisher Lakes. All money raised remains with AIDS Bingo every Thursday night. Doors open at 6:00 games
Saint John to provide programs and services in south-western start at 6:55pm. 10 regular games, 4 specials and a jackpot
New Brunswick. Participate as an individual, or team up with game. Also early and late games and building pots
colleagues, family, friends, social club or athletic group. (Bonanza, Lucky 7, Pyramid and Treasure Chest). For
There is no fee for team registration and all pledge amounts information please call Richard at 847-4163. Canteen
are welcomed. Day-of registration will start at 11:00am at the services available.
Fisher Lakes A-Frame, and the walk/run starts at noon. You Hall rentals are available for various types of
c a n r e g i s t e r o n l i n e a t events/activities. The Hall is also available for special, and more benefit functions at no charge. New members always
information is available by calling Leigh Aube at 652-2437. welcome. For further information please contact Margaret
617 at 849-0031. 402

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Let people know... HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO

Saturday & Sunday, August 21st & 22nd marks the first
annual Organic Celebration, located in Central Hampstead,
at the heart of the Saint John River Valley. This camping and
organic food event is intended to bring New Brunswick's
An event you would John Smith organic community together; farmers, organic enthusiasts
like to commemorate? Come help us celebrate
John Smith’s 80th birthday,
and businesses are invited to connect and celebrate during
the height of the summer season.
Open house to be held 2-4pm
on Sunday April 25, 2010 Not surprisingly, the anticipated highlight of the event is the
Happy Best Wishes Only abundance of local, organic food: attendees will enjoy
Anniversary barbequed organic chicken and beef, fresh pizza baked in a
wood-fired oven, and refreshments of organic beer. In
John & Jane Smith A greeting to send? addition, there will be local live entertainment, an organic
(Dad & Mom) farm tour, as well as the opportunity to swim and visit a Ducks
Love Unlimited heritage site. Most importantly of course, there
Mr. Smith promises to be lots of time to meet others involved in New
Brunswick's vibrant organic community.
Do you have a In addition to bringing a tent and dishes, participants are
special day encouraged to bring a musical instrument, frisbee and any
coming up? other talents they have to entertain a crowd. The event will be
occurring rain or shine - so attendees should come prepared:
With Ossekeag Publishing you can share your news warm clothing, rain gear, and sunscreen! Campsites are free,
in fact the only cost for the weekend is food - which will be
with 40,000 families across available on site.
Southern New Brunswick! The first Organic Celebration will be held at Slipp Farms,
Ossekeag Publishing located at 4910 route 102 in Central Hampstead starting at
1:00pm in the afternoon on Saturday and continuing until
Your Community Connection
Sunday at 4:00pm. The farm is less than an hour from Saint
See Page 2 for Contact Info John, Fredericton and Sussex, making it a great central
Home of the location for a celebration. Don't miss out on this opportunity
Sussex Herald, Hampton Herald,
Valley Viewer & WesTides
to party with New Brunswick's organic farmers!
For more information contact Larry Slipp at 506-488-8904
or e-mail 627
“We will HUFF ‘N PUFF and blow your house in”


PASAGE Saint John Inc. supports adolescents and children in
• Fiberglass making responsible choices regarding substance abuse and
• Cellulose addiction by providing up-to-date information and education.
• 2 lb. spray We provide support to and work with parents, educators and
foam other community agencies in promoting awareness and
preventing adolescent addictions.
The PASAGE Saint John Inc. summer students are now
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The KV OLD BOYS will be at the following locations,
April – October (incl.), 9:30am – 1:00pm, for the convenience of
residents who may wish to donate their redeemable containers to charity.
1st Saturday of each month
Parking lot,
Hampton Pharmasave, Hampton

2nd Saturday of each month

Parking lot,
Petro-Canada Service Station, Wells

3rd Saturday of each month

Parking lot,
State Farm Insurance (next to VITO’S),

Help us to help others – donate your redeemable containers

Residents are reminded the KV OLD BOYS will gladly

pick up redeemable containers. You can get in touch by:

Fax: 847-1369
Tel: 847-5895 (leave a message)
Email: (we’ll reply with an email)
Some containers on which a deposit is paid include:
soft drinks (leave a message)
beer, wine, & spirits (we’ll reply with an email)
water bottles
fruit juices
vegetable juices
all low alcohol drinks
Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 31
Please join us for two very important celebrations at The Dr.
V. A. Snow Centre (54 DeMille Court, Hampton), on Tuesday,
DEALER August 17th at 12:30pm; the Nursing Home is having it’s 25th
Anniversary and our most senior resident, Irene Haugen is
celebrating her 105th birthday.
Ventilation & Sheet Metal A special guest, the Honourable Graydon Nicholas,
Air to Air & Geothermal Heat Pumps Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick has accepted an
Radiant Floor Heating invitation to come to our celebration. We would love to have
Design, Installation & Service the community attend along with families and residents.
Great food, music, and the usual Dr. Snow Centre
Stirling McNamara Sean McNamara entertaining time will all be here on site! 813
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Illegal dumps have no boundaries. In New Brunswick they can
be found along public roads, near streams, on private
WE PROTECT, YOU SAVE ... property, along railroad lines, and other out-of-the-way
Illegal dumping is misplaced solid waste and raises concerns
over safety, property values and quality of life. It is also
referred to as ‘open dumping’, ‘fly dumping’, ‘midnight
dumping’, and ‘wildcat dumping’, because materials are
often dumped in open areas, from vehicles and, at times - late
at night.
An examination of the literature suggests economics and
low risk are factors affecting decisions to illegally dump.
More specifically, research indicates those who illegally dump
do so because they: Lack a sense of ownership; Believe
someone else will clean up what they have disposed of; Lack
public awareness about the health and environmental risks.
If you are aware of an illegal dump site, please contact the
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If you are single, separated, divorced or widowed feel free to
NATASHA WARD join other area singles every Sunday, 10:00am at Holly's
Kennebecasis Valley Restaurant in the Hampton Mall as we share a wonderful
53c Clark Road, Rothesay breakfast and conversation. Information available for other
Tel: 849-3833 Fax: 849-3837 Insurance Company events happening for singles in our area. We'd love to have you
join us ! Phone Pam at 832-5438 or Allan at 832-7713 for more
information. 819


Janie’s Kid Zone Inc.

Spaces Available for September Mulch (natural & coloured)
Daycare, Pre-school & Compost Soils (lawn & garden)
After School Programs Yard Waste Drop off (leaves, grass, branches)
Delivery Available
Contact Janie Stewart at 849-0123
65 Marr Road, Rothesay 849-4124
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Scouts Canada, part of the world`s largest
youth organization, is growing. For the past
two years Scouts Canada has realized a
On a sandy beach and in the glow growth in their membership numbers,
of a fabulous sunset, something that has not happened in twenty

Sarah Garnett
years, and the New Brunswick council is
leading the way! To continue this growth we
& are looking for adult volunteers to become

Ryan O'Hara
part of our organization. You can become a youth leader,
serve on a Group Committee, or help with other duties on a
group or area team.
were married on May 11, 2010, Our youth need good role models, opportunities to build self
in Negril, Jamaica. esteem, and to experience how they can have a positive
impact on their community. Scouting fills this need with
exciting and adventurous programs for youth from 5 to 26, in
Sarah is the daughter of
Martin and Gloria Garnett many locations in our area.
and sister to Graham, all of Quispamsis. If you would like some more information on any of these
Ryan is the son of openings or information on programs in our area contact
Libby and the late Paul O'Hara,
and brother to Megan of Quispamsis. Lloyd Keirstead,, 433 5326 or visit
Mr. & Mrs. O'Hara reside in our both at the Community Registration Fair at the 8th
Edmonton, Alberta where Hussars Sports Centre, Sussex on Wednesday, September
Ryan is employed as a
Mechanical Engineer and 1st. 820
Sarah is completing her
internship as a dietitian through
the University of Alberta.


A fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of
Canada will be held on
Saturday, August 21 st at
Meenan’s Cove Park. A softball
game will begin at 11:00am
and beach volleyball games
will start at 11:30am. A basketball game will also be held at
7:00pm in the KVHS gymnasium. Participating male and
female athletes of all ages have been asked to raise money for
this event, but donations will gladly be accepted at all of the
This fundraiser is in support of Julia Belliveau, a Quispamsis
resident, who will be running the Nike Women’s Marathon for
the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada in San
Francisco in October of this year. She has a fundraising goal
of $5,500 and has chosen to run because her younger brother,
KV Minor Hockey – Membership Isaac, is a leukemia survivor.
For more information, please contact Becca Webster (643-
for 2010-11 Season 1137) or Elaina Campbell (721-1218). Please come out and
In person membership registration for new players and show your support! 629
returning members who miss the pre-registration deadline
will take place Calling all Italians,
Wednesday August 25th at the Quispamsis Community Italian-Canadians,
Expo at Quispamsis Arena from 6:30- 8:30 and Canadians who want to be
September 8th at the Rothesay Arena from 6:30-8:30.
Do you live in the City of Saint John or
Kennebecasis Valley?
Players interested in the KV Community Hockey League, Would you be interested in having
please send an email to . your very own Italian society?
Membership application and medical forms (required at time Music, food, wine, culture, language?
of registration) are available at
Masters Thesis Project compels an Italian gathering
Any questions regarding membership applications please for the purpose of promoting all things Italian,
contact by email or including the language. Won’t you contact me?

Valley Viewer – August 17, 2010 34

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Steve & Coleen Carson and Brad & Colleen Mitchell are
generously sharing their massive and meticulously preserved
summer heritage home, Glen Lyon, built one hundred years
ago on the Kingston Peninsula at Carter’s Point, for a
Peninsula Heritage benefit “Soiree” on Saturday, August
21st, 1:00-4:00pm. The Soiree will feature tours of the main
home, grounds, boat and ice houses, string quartet music,
refreshments with wine and beer included in the ticket price
of $30.
For tickets or information contact: John Fisher Museum
763-2101, Carter House 832-2902, Joan Small 763-2479 or
purchase at Enterprise Saint John, 40 King St.
Kingston Peninsula Heritage Inc. is a dedicated group of
volunteers who recognize the value and merits of celebrating
General Excavation and preserving the local heritage of the Kingston Peninsula.
They formed Peninsula Heritage in the early 60’s, recognizing
Soil Remediation the peninsula’s wealth of artifacts and structures. They have
studied and recorded over 90 homes and landmarks through
Water & Sewer Services
Repair & Installation photographs, local oral histories and research
Drain Tile Repair & Installation ( They
own the Baxter property and the Cedars Lighthouse on Long
Landscaping Reach and operate the John Fisher Memorial Museum and
1810 Carter House at Kingston Corner, which was declared a
Historic District in 2000. Beth Quigley is the President. 211

Co-owners Brad & Colleen Mitchell; Kathy

Thornhill; Joan Small; Judi Baxter, past PH
President; Eric McCumber, Lois Miller; and Sue
White (absent: co-owners Steve & Coleen Carson,
PH President Beth Quigley and Elinor Hughes).

If you want to drink,
That’s your business.

If you want to stop,



That’s ours.
Call Alcoholics Anonymous, 650-3114. Daily
meetings at several locations. 601

Here for you

Rob Moore, MP
Fundy Royal
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Musings Community Classifieds
attending QES. I will only accept 4 kids and my home is non-smoking.
There will be lots of different crafts and activities for the children as well
OUCH! as plenty of room to play. I will provide healthy fun snacks and a loving
Is it just me or are there more wasp nests around this environment. Please call for more details, Cathy 847-9093.
summer? Now I am normally a live and let live kinda gal. If you EMPLOYMENT
don't bother me I won't bother you and we can all co-exist in HOME CARE WORKER FOR ELDERLY GENTLEMAN REQUIRED in
the same space quite nicely. Wasps do not seem to prescribe Quispamsis area. References please. Call 847-2051 or 849-8114.
to this philosophy, however. In fact, some can be downright
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cranky! So I eyed with some trepidation the wasp nest on the support, computer required.
eave of the garage, but I was willing to give them the benefit of
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but a peaceful detente seemed to be in place so I was willing
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I was working in the back of the house transplanting a vine to available. Call 654-8153.
the base of the deck post (nowhere near the two wasp nests in ENTERTAINMENT
the front) when I was stung. At which point I discovered yet a MARIE SHORT COUNTRY CONCERT, Saturday Sept. 11, 7:00pm,
third nest (the largest by far) beneath the deck. Okay, Belleisle Community Centre (Springfield). Featuring Herb Isbill along
detente was over! That wasp was dispatched in short order with our other regulars and special guests, Allison Inch, Matt Hayes, Joe
and I moaned and griped for a mite and vowed revenge. And Ness/Brenda McLaughlan, Vera DeAmbrose, Ralph and Lynn Henderson.
rather than listen to my continued mutterings Michael This is a special tribute concert to celebrate HERB and LORRAINE'S
bought some wasp killer and the nests are no more. Well at upcoming induction to the NBCMHF. Admission $10.00 at the door.
least two of them. The one on the front eave is still in place, "C" COMPANY COUNTRY MUSIC DANCE, Havelock Legion, Aug. 28
but hopefully dead. from 9:00pm to 1:00am. Admission $8.00.
The last time I can recall being stung was when the kids were FIREWOOD
young and we were blueberry picking on the hill behind the
house in Kingston. Our youngest was still in diapers, which SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD dry, seasoned, split firewood, delivered. Call
was fortunate for her since when she stood up we discovered
she had been parked directly on top of the wasp nest in the 8' LENGTHS OF HARDWOOD FOR SALE, MAPLE, 10% birch. 432-0560
ground. They were somewhat unhappy with their home before 9:00pm.
having been squashed by her diapered behind and made that FIREWOOD FOR SALE, fresh cut. Call Ken Northrup, 832-4326, leave
displeasure known as soon as she stood up. A mad dash to the message.
house was in order, with Michael and daughter number one DRY FIREWOOD, MAPLE AND YELLOW BIRCH, prompt delivery. 832-
well out in front while I was left to grab the offending 5416 or 651-8693.
daughter number two and carry her whilst ensuring the wasp FIREWOOD CUT, SPLIT, DELIVERED. Custom lengths available, $230+
that had crawled up my pant leg was kept in a firm grip so as per cord depending on delivery area, Good cords guaranteed 763-2560.
to not continue stinging all the way down the hill and into the
house. Ouch! PRAYERS
"The serpent, the king, the tiger, the stinging wasp, the PRAYER TO ST. JUDE O Glorious Apostle St. Jude, faithful servant and
small child, the dog owned by other people, and the fool: friend of Jesus, the name of the trainer who delivered thy beloved Master
these seven ought not to be awakened from sleep." ~ into the bands of His enemies has caused thee to be forgotten by many,
Chanakya. Good advice! 801 but the Church honors and invokes thee universally as the Patron of
Hopeless Cases of things almost despaired of Pray for me who am so
helpless and alone. Make use, implore thee, of that particular privilege
granted to thee to bring visible and speedy help where help was almost
despaired of. Come to my assistance in this great need that I may receive
Community Classifieds the consolation and succor of Heaven in all my necessities, tribulations
and sufferings but in particular, that...(Here make your intention) and
that I may praise God with thee and with all the Saints for ever. I promise
CHILD CARE thee, O blessed St. Jude, to be ever mind full of this great favor and never
ROTHESAY NURSERY SCHOOL'S TEACHERS have more than 27 years cease to honor thee as my special and powerful patron, and to do all in
experience of providing a quality play school environment. We have my power gratefully to encourage devotion to thee. Amen. S.M.B.
openings in our 2010-2011 programs for children aged 3 and 4 starting PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (never known to fail). O Most
in September. Call 847-1810, or register in person. We are located at 7 Beautiful Flower of Mount Carmel. Fruitful Vine, Splendour of Heaven,
Gondola Point Road in Rothesay. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin assist me in my
OPENINGS AVAILABLE FOR CHILD CARE in private home in Rothesay Necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me and show me you are my mother. O
area. Lunch, snacks and receipts are provided. 20 years experience. Call Holy Mary Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech
Linda after 5:00pm, 849-3968. you from the bottom of my heart to secure my necessity (make request).

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Community Classifieds
There are none who can withstand your power. HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential,

O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who commercial, recreational, restyling and
have recourse to thee (3 times), O Mary, I place customization. Trust your furniture to the
this cause in your hands (3 times). Say this professionals. The most training and experience
prayer for 3 consecutive days, then publish it & in the Kennebecasis. Serving you for 30 years.
it will be granted. M.W. Offering project classes. 849-8008.
Jude, faithful servant and friend of Jesus, the hedge & tree pruning, tree removal. Residential
name of the trainer who delivered thy beloved & commercial. Call Mike 636-1244.

Master into the bands of His enemies has COATINGS SUMMER SALE! Coatings for
caused thee to be forgotten by many, but the garage floors, pool decks, front steps, walkways.
Church honors and invokes thee universally as Residential, business, concrete or wood. Call
the Patron of Hopeless Cases of things almost Bruce, 693-7730.
despaired of Pray for me who am so helpless and THE READING ROOM is now accepting
alone. Make use, implore thee, of that applications for Fall course. Learn to read and
particular privilege granted to thee to bring write in English using Phonics. Adult students
visible and speedy help where help was almost welcome. Contact Melanie Atkinson B.Sc.Ed.,
despaired of. Come to my assistance in this Instructor. Call 832-3112 or email
great need that I may receive the consolation to register for the

4 Runs $80.00
and succor of Heaven in all my necessities, 2010/2011 season. Course begins Sept. 14.
tribulations and sufferings but in particular, TUTORING, ONE ON ONE, ALL AGES AND
that...(Here make your intention) and that I SUBJECTS, certified teacher, experienced
may praise God with thee and with all the t u t o r, c a l l 6 6 3 - 5 5 8 9 o r e m a i l
Saints for ever. I promise thee, O blessed St.
Jude, to be ever mind full of this great favor and PROFESSIONAL GEL NAILS, full set $50.00,
never cease to honor thee as my special and fills $35.00. KV area. 640-0345. BUS TOURS
powerful patron, and to do all in my power
gratefully to encourage devotion to thee. Amen.
FREE PICK UP of junk cars, trucks, tractors BURGESS TOURS
and farm equipment. Small fee for appliances Sept 10 - 21 National Quartet Convention Louisville KY, Amish PA
M.W. Oct 2 - 6 Boston Cape Cod & Martha’s Vineyard
and small scrap. 763-2933 or 333-9067. Nov 30 - Dec 5 NYC Christmas Tree Lighting
SERVICES OFFERED Eastern Caribbean Cruise May 5 - 15, 2011 $1650pp
HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Laforge. CRAFTMANSHIP. RV's, boat covers, recovering (506) 386-3180
Visit our website for 2010 tours.
Sales and services of overhead doors, operators & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning,
and weather stripping of all models. Phone 485- seagrass, canvas. 832-7870. GUITAR REPAIR
electric guitar having issues? Bring it in for a DOUBLE DECKERS
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When, where, and how you wish. Booking now working order and wish to sell? Call 647-1562 Wood Top Quality Work
for 2010 and 2011. Call Janet. 847-9833. or visit Composite Reasonable Rates
BRIAN'S MAINTENANCE & HOME REPAIR - Glass Railings References Available
RITE WAY CLEANERS is looking for more
Carpentry, kitchens, bath, painting, ceramic clients in the Hampton and surrounding areas. Don Fennell 849-3116 Cell 663-1883
tile, electrical etc. Over 20 years experience. Services offered: general house cleaning,
Free estimates. Call Brian 839-2296. decluttering, organizing etc., also accepting CARPENTRY PLUS
DAVE'S LIGHT TRUCKING & CLEANING commercial clients. Free estimates. 832-3894. Jake of All Trades
SERVICE, junk, garbage, construction, CLEAN UP SERVICES, yard, basements, JUNK, Roofing Renovation
demolition, brush, decks, small moving jobs. 7 will haul away anything. Prices very reasonable. Vinyl Siding Decks
days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles. Kevin 847-4304 or cell 721-8204. Blown in
New Construction
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485-1119 434-4171
weddings performed when and where you rates. References available. Call Tammy @ 333- CONSTRUCTION
choose. Telephone 847-2079. 4855.
Shea’s Construction
BUYING JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailers, WA N T E D L AW N T RAC T O R S , New Home Construction ! Renovations ! Garages
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Rd., Quispamsis. Great prices, great hours. ROAD, Sat. Aug.21,Kennebecasis Park, 8:00am
Look forward to seeing you. Sandra Smith 849- - 12:00pm. Lots of toys, antiques, coca-cola
2118. merchandise and furniture.
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Culverts Landscaping Groups Family Events
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