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Demand Leanne

Hampton Herald

Leanne Shaw
Vol. 11, No. 3 September 7, 2010

Progressive Conservative Party

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Ravings By Mike Hickey TORO &
How long do you think a customer would wait in our office to be S$ 20!
served??? Three hours?? Six hours?? Longer!! Nope Wrong!! Our
customers would expect to be served almost immediately and if
there was any delay, they would expect to have a prompt apology
and explanation as to what was causing the delay and when they
starting at
might be served. In other words we would bend over backwards to
communicate with them and work hard to ensure that we were $299.99
doing everything possible to resolve their issue. Model 10640C
So how is it that an elderly person can spend 11 hours in our
emergency department and be almost totally ignored for the entire
time. When she needed to use the facilities, I had to track someone
down to provide some service. Had I not been there, how long
would she have waited for someone to simply ask how was she
doing and was there anything that she needed.
It is a sad commentary on our society that I can get faster and
more caring health care for my dog than I can for a family member.
Is the problem not enough resources?? A more recent visit with
another family member took 2 ½ hours during which she received
less than 10 minutes of actual attention. Knowing several other
people who were also there, I can confirm that their experience was
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exactly the same.
Doing a bit of analysis, I did a count of the approximate number of
patients actually inside the ER and estimated that there were no
more than 30 patients actually inside the ER at that time. I also did
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staff present. Assuming that not all staff visible were nurses and
doctors, let's say that 10 staff were actually hands on with patient
treatment and allowing for a mere 50% of their time actually
Phone #: 847-2792
working with patients, one would expect that each patient would
receive about 10 minutes of attention each hour. Nope!! Not even
It wouldn't take a genius to make a few visits to the ER and ask
patients just how they feel about the service that they are receiving.
Check and see how many people are leaving without service after
waiting hours in frustration.
This past weekend, I gave myself a nasty little cut with a grinder.
Certainly not life threatening, but as a gaping wound was definitely
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was that a life time of slowly seeping blood from an unhealed Sharon D. Loughery BBA, LLB
wound was far superior to the frustration of dealing with our
medical system. 582 Main Street, Hampton, Unit 3
So I have been talking to a good friend of mine, The Jet, and for Office 832-3884 ! Fax 832-2948
an agreed upon number of doggy treats he is willing to see if he can
get me in to see his doctor. He assured me though that if I whined
and didn't behave myself while I was getting stitched up that I
would just have to find my own veterinarian the next time. 800

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Dairytown Grooming Returning for another year, the KV Old Boys
will be at the following locations until the
end of October from 9:30am-1:00pm for the
convenience of residents who may wish to
Large and small breeds welcome donate their redeemable containers to
charity: 1st Saturday of month - parking lot,
25 Vail Court, Sussex Hampton 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.
Call (506)433-3889 Residents are reminded the KV OLD BOYS will gladly pick up
redeemable containers. Some containers on which a deposit
is paid include: soft drinks; beer, wine & spirits; water bottles;
fruit juices; vegetable juices and all low alcohol drinks.
You can get in touch by: Fax - 847-1369; Tel - 847-5895 (leave
a message); or email - (we’ll reply with an
email). 403


Walkers What could be more rewarding and more fun than being with
a lot of people who share the common bond of wanting to be
Welcome happy, stay healthy, and enjoy each other's company? Well …
10th Anniversary why not venture out to Hampton High School on Sunday,
September 12th and join a few hundred other like-minded
HAMPTON 5-MILER people for the 10th Annual Hampton Five-Miler and be one of
those people? Now before you stop reading thinking this is
PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ROAD RACE not for you, keep going. Walkers are welcome!
& This event is sponsored by The Hampton River Runners

KIDS’ KILOMETRE which is made up of a group of individuals from all walks of life
and all levels of fitness and ability. Some are serious runners,
but many others are recreational joggers, walkers and
Sunday, September 12, 2010 waddlers of all sizes, ages and shapes. Our goal is to promote
Hampton High School fitness in our community by our example, and the proceeds
Presented by Late Registration: 8:00 - 9:30 am from this event go directly to projects in and around
Race Start: Kids’ Kilometre 9:00 am Hampton that do just that.
5-Miler 10:00 am Fitness, whatever level, is a lifelong pursuit so we target the
River Runners
Prizes, Race T-Shirts, Post Race Lunch & Awards youth in our community at this event with a "Kids Kilometre"
Championship Timing
Registration forms available at: Alex Coffin Fitness Shop, Saint John Aquatic Centre
run specifically designed for them. That takes place before
YMCA in SJ, Kredl’s Corner Market, Holly’s Restaurant & Pharmasave in Hampton the longer run begins so others can cheer them on. So you
5-MILER EARLY REGISTRATION ONLY $25 ($35 ON RACE DAY) can bring the kids and make it a family event (we also provide
SPECIAL (UNDER 18) $10 & KIDS’ KM $5 (Register on race day only) childcare - so no excuse!)
Drop registrations at Alex Coffin Fitness Shop or Kredl’s Corner Market There is a great feast of nutritious home-made sandwiches,
register online at OR cookies, fruit, drinks, etc. afterwards and the chance to go
more information at home with a prize at the Awards Ceremony. The event is listed
For further race into contact: Jeremy 832-2710, Joe 832-5511 or Darrell 832-3233
on the Town of Hampton website as well as on The Hampton
A Super Series & Timex Series Event River Runners website at: All
proceeds go towards
promoting healthy active
living in our community. Foot Health Center
MASSAGE Five-Miler late registration The Shoe Fits, Inc.
is 8:00-9:30am on the day of John Hooper, C Ped (C) Tel 333-5552
MATTERS Registered Massage Therapists
the run, Sunday, September
12th, with the run starting at Services:

10:00am. Register in advance !Custom made orthotic insoles

Cara Seeley !Orthopedic footwear
for a $10 discount on the $35 !Compression hosiery
Jane McConchie-Payne fee. Under 18 register for
(receptionist) $10. Registration for the
Kids' Kilometre is on race day 14 Centennial Rd,
Melissa Smith only ($5) and the run starts
Erin Dunlop at 9:00am. 33 Beaverbrook Ave,
433-4033 Saint John
368 Main St, Sussex
So, come out and join us -
By Appointment only,
this could be the start of evening and weekend
Evening Appointments & Gift Certificates Available appointments available
something good! 407
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 4
If you are single, separated, divorced or
widowed feel free to join other area
singles every Sunday, 10:00am at Jonathan Parlee (506) 434-3774
Holly's Restaurant in the Hampton Mall » Free Estimates/Resonable Rates
» References Available
as we share a wonderful breakfast and
conversation. Information available for » Lot Shaping, Screened Topsoil,
other events happening for singles in Demolition, Underground Utilities,
French Drains
our area. We'd love to have you join us !
Phone Pam at 832-5438 or Allan at » Licensed Septic Installer
832-7713 for more information. 819 » Road/Driveway Building
» Culverts, Drain Tile
» Foundations
» Excavating for Geothermal


The Quality of Life Initiative community group dedicated BINGO - NEWS FLASH!!!!!
to environmental integrity and clean water in the larger Bingo Wednesdays, 7:00pm at the WI/Seniors’ Hall in Upham
(2117 Rte 820)! Canteen is available and everyone is welcome come
Kings County area will be holding a public meeting at 7:30
out for a fun evening.
on Monday, September 13 th at the Central Kings Sponsored by the Hammond River Valley Seniors. 512
Recreation Centre. This meeting will bring community
members up to date as
to the activities and
meetings held by the
executive in the last
few months. Light
refreshments will be
We look forward to
your continued
support. 524

The Annual Turkey
Supper at the Smiths
Creek Hall will be held
$3000.00 upgrade allowance
on Saturday, October
2nd from 3:30-6:30pm.
The menu includes:
for modular homes and
turkey & dressing with
all the trimmings,
choice of pie for
$1500.00 upgrade allowance
dessert. Cost for the
supper is $10/adults;
on mini homes.
$5/children 6-12; Not applicable with any other promotions
children under 6 eat Expires September 20, 2010
for free. Takes out will
be available.
Sussex Sales Center
Come enjoy 14 Industrial Drive
Thanksgiving dinner
early. Proceeds from
Next to Factory
the supper are for the Sussex, NB
Smiths Creek United
Church. 526
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 5
LARGE SELECTION OF GIFTS Saturday, September 11th from 9:00am to 2:00pm at
Hampton High School (34 Elizabeth Avenue). Ford Test Drive
FOR ANY OCCASSION. – for every person who takes a test drive in one of the seven
new Ford vehicles that will be at HHS, Ford will donate $20 (to
Unique Jewellery - Something for Everyone a max $6,000) to help support HHS Athletics.
New Stock Arriving Daily for Fall & Christmas This event is organized by the HHS Football Alumni. 125


46 Magnolia Avenue, 432-4585,
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday & Friday 10:00am-5:00pm,
Wednesday 12:00noon-8:00pm Saturday &
Sunday - closed.
Fall Preschool Programming:
Storytime and Toddlertime will both
resume on Thursday, September 30th from
10:30-11:00am and Babies in the Library will start up again
on Friday, October 1st from 10:30-11:00am. All preschoolers
The Inspirational Book Club will have its first fall meeting on
Saturday, September 18th at 10:00am to discuss their
summer selections: “Redeeming Love” by Francine Rivers,
Check out our New Yankee Candle Display. “Have a Little Faith” by Mitch Albom and “The Breakdown
Lane” by Jacquelyn Mitchard.
406 William Bell Dr., Hampton, NB, The Adult Book Club is delighted to welcome local author,
832-5525 Jan King, to our first meeting of the fall on Wednesday,
Hours: Mon - Thurs 8am-6pm September 22nd at 6:30pm. We will be discussing the first two
books in her spell binding “Island Magic” Trilogy set in
Fri - 8am-9pm~ Sat - 8am-5pm breath-taking PEI. Copies of both “Circle of Grace” and
“Circle of Hope” are available at the front desk.
We are pleased to welcome back New Brunswick author
H C Your complete ?ooring specialists
Nicholas Guitard. He will be joining us on Wednesday,
September 29th at 7:00pm to share directions and anecdotes
HAMILTON’S from his new book “Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide”.
Carpets & Ceramics Ltd. As always, free computer lessons are available by
One of Eastern Canada’s Largest
Discount Ceramic Tile Depots appointment. Please call 432-4585 for more information.
Fall/Winter Hours commence on Monday, September 13th:
The library will be open Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
• Carpet 10:00am-5:00pm; Wednesday 12:00noon-8:00pm; Saturday
• Porcelain Tile 9:00am-5:00pm; closed - Sunday & Monday.
• Mirage Hardwood Flooring Please note the library will be closed on Wednesday,
Visit Our Showroom
September 15th for Employee Development Day.
Sales & Installation The Fall edition of our newsletter is now available with
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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 6

BRADEN - BACK FROM GAMES Birth Announcement
The week of August 9th, 12 year old Braden Gendron of
Hampton was one of only two athletes from New Brunswick to Rob Moore, MP, his wife, Melinda
represent the Province at the 5th Canadian National and their daughters, Madeline & Katelyn
Transplant Games in Quebec City. These Games are a unique are delighted to announce the arrival of
opportunity for transplant recipients from all over Canada to
gather in a friendly and warm atmosphere. Robert Samuel Elliot Moore (Robbie)
The goal of the Games is to increase public awareness on on Monday, July 19, 2010, at 5:00pm, weighing 8 lbs, 11 oz.
organ and tissue donation by showing that not only does
transplantation save lives, but that the recipients can return
to full and active lives. Aside from promoting organ donor
awareness, the Games give the transplant recipients and
their families the opportunity to meet organ donor families
and to share moments with them and express their gratitude.
Preparing for the competition encourages the participants
to improve their fitness and lead a more active life. Braden
received a double lung transplant at Sick Kids in Toronto in
September of 2009 and was one of almost 100 transplant
recipients competing at the Games. He was thrilled to attend
the Games for the first time and represent the Province along Make your next move with us!
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heart transplant recipient from Moncton. Rob 608-1906

The Games provided Braden with the opportunity to meet Rob MacDonald Barry MacDonald
with many other transplant recipients from across the
Country. Braden made the most of the opportunity by 2009 Remax 100% Club
competing in badminton, table tennis, and several track and
field events bringing home one gold and two bronze medals.
His next goal is to represent Canada at the World Games in Immediate Occupancy Only One Left
South Africa in 2013.
To learn more about the Games and how you can support
organ donation, visit or
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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 7

KENNEBECASIS VALLEY Sister Doreen McGuire received a certificate of gratitude
QUILTING GUILD from Mayor Ken Chorley on August 8th at St. Alphonsus Parish
PRESENTS for her contributions to the Hampton community. A pastoral
THE 30TH ANNUAL associate at the parish since 1989, Sister McGuire is a
QUILT SHOW & SALE liturgical musician and spiritual director. She recently
celebrated her 50th anniversary as a Sister of Charity of the
“ASIAN INSPIRATION” Immaculate Conception. 117


Photo by Ivan Bachynsky


With all these sunny days, why not take a
drive through Hampton Rural Cemetery.
Our BEST PRICE guarantee All the grass and lots are kept well
maintained, you will find no evidence of
neglect. A new sign, designed by Shaw
Home Auto Business Tenant Farm Signs, will greet you at the entrance of
Agents Call today for a free quote! the Hampton Rural Cemetery, at the end of Cemetery Road,
SHERYL MOORE which was deeded from Abraham Yeomans property to the
Fundy Hampton Rural Cemetery.
Hampton & Area The company was enacted by the Lieutenant Governor
8 Centennial Rd., Unit 1 Legislative Council and Assembly of the Province of New
Brunswick on May 3rd, 1883. The Bylaws state that those who
Hampton, NB, E5N 6N2 obtained a lot in the cemetery become members of the
Tel: 832-5925 Insurance Company company. Each member is entitled to attend a general
meeting and discuss all matters pertaining to the upkeep of the cemetery and the purpose of choosing the Directors for
the Management of the Rural Cemetery.
Anyone in possession of a lot is entitled and most welcome to
Carol Spence and the Gang at attend our Annual General Meeting which will be held on
Ossekeag Publishing would like to Thursday, September 16th, 7:00pm in the lower level of St.
congratulate Jamie Alexander & Staff of Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Hampton. We welcome your
President, Marjorie Yeomans. 120

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Church Chart
2129 Rte 124, Hatfield Point
All Welcome Rev. F. W. Wickett
Ch: 485-2257 100 Dutch Point Road, Hampton, N.B.

Sunday Tuesday (1st Tuesday of each month) Pastor: Jack LeBlanc 832-3814
10:30 am Worship & Kingdom Kidz 7:00pm Today’s Christian
(ages 2-11) Girls’ Club (ages 10-15) Head Elder: Jerry Smith 832-7772
Youth Classes (12-18) Saturday Service: 9:15 am Song Service
6:30 pm Evening Service 7:30 pm Family Night - 9:30 am Sabbath School
Outdoor evening services Adult Bible Study Sabbath School provides various age group Bible lesson study classes. There is
August - weather permitting Kidz Zone (ages 4-12) also emphasis on global mission projects, as the Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Friday is a world wide organization.
Monday st
(1 Monday of each month) 7:00 pm U -turn
7:00 pm Women in Touch Prayer Group (Ages 12+) Worship Service: 11:00 am Saturday
“...I am come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly.” John 10:10 All are welcome to come and share His blessings with us.

HAMPTON UNITED CHURCH Erb's Cove Baptist Church

24 Robb Court, Hampton
Minister: Rev. Keith Lyons 612 Route 850 ~ Erb’s Cove, NB
Church: 832-5050 Rev. Edward Shaw Residence: 832-5383 832-3836
Sunday Worship 9:30am Followed by a time of fellowship
Sunday School 11:00am
Wednesday 7:30pm Bible Study & Prayer Time
Sunday Worship 10:15am Friday Nights 7:30pm Youth Group
3rd Sat of each month - Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
Nothing to do? Come fill a pew! Everyone is welcome
All are welcome to worship in our community of faith. A Church where Love is a way of life!


Bayswater-Summerville Long Reach Westfield
Non-denominational - Evangelical United Churches
Minister: Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Stevenson
Preaching & Teaching Church Office: 757-2201
CHRIST for ALL Sept 12 Peninsula Worship at Summerville 09:30am
Westfield United 11:00am
Sept 19 Peninsula Worship at Long Reach 09:30am
Schedule of Sunday Services Westfield United 11:00am
10:00am-10:45am - Bible School - Classes for all ages Sept 26 Peninsula Worship at Summerville 09:30am
11:00am-12:00pm - Worship Westfield United 11:00am
Wednesdays - Bible Study 7:00pm Oct 03 Peninsula Worship at Long Reach 09:30am
Westfield United 11:00am
We welcome you to attend any or all of our services.
For more information and transportation, please call 832-3856 or 832-4576 Website:


Saint 486 Kennebecasis River Road, Hampton

Bridget’s Mass Only

September 12th 9:00 am Holy Communion
Rev. Leo Martin

Church 9:00 am 10:30 am

10:30 am
Holy Eucharist
Sunday School A Warm
Served by:
September 19th 9:00 am
2:00 pm
Holy Communion
Celebration Service Welcome
September 26th 9:00 am Holy Communion To All
Father John Beaumaster 10:30 am Holy Eucharist
1784 Rte. 845 10:30 am Sunday School
Summerville, NB Everyone Welcome
“The word of the Lord abides for ever. That word is the good
763-2149 news which was preached to you.” 1 Peter 1.25
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 10
The 2nd annual Emmaus Group Home corn boil will be held on
Friday, September 10th from 4:00-7:00pm at 274 Main
Street, Hampton (future home of the Shiretown
Church Chart
Publications). Rain date for the event, if necessary, will be
Friday, September 17th - same time.
to Evening Prayer
Help us help our friends at the Emmaus Home to raise
money for necessary renovations to this very essential special Welcome
care facility. Stop in on your way home from work, enjoy some
live entertainment, meet the men of the Emmaus Home and 7:00 pm
eat some delicious corn!
This Event is entirely free and is open to everyone! Cash St. Alphonsus Parish, Church Street, Hampton
Donations to the Emmaus Home will be accepted and greatly
appreciated! Have fun and help your community by attending “As day draws to a close...”
this event. 525 Silence, Song and Word become prayer.
Evening Prayer welcomes the community of Hampton and
Kings County the 3rd Tuesday of each month September to June
Breakfast will be held the second Saturday of each month 8:00-
10:00am at the WI/Seniors’ (Hall, 2117 Rte 820) in Upham. Come
and enjoy a really filling breakfast with your friends and neighbours
for only $6.00/person, $20/family - or have just toast and coffee for
$2.00. Presented by the Anglican Parish Churches of Upham.
For more information contact 832-7253. 507


The Knox United Church, Markhamville, will be holding their
anniversary service Sunday, September 12th at 2:30pm. Lunch will
be served after the service, everyone welcome. 521

Directions to THE KNOLL

Exit 192 Right onto RTE 121 toward Sussex. Right onto Main Street.
Keep right onto Broad Street. Over the Train tracks. Right onto Magnolia Ave,
Right onto Malone Street, Straight onto Malone Way.

Amenities in Sussex: Advantages with having a Prestige home:

45 minutes to either Moncton or Saint John Factory and Service Center
Real Community Living Minutes away from The Knoll
Hospital and Health Center Built with the Quality Prestige Homes
Soon to be built Fundy Civic Center has been known for over 35 years
Close by Nature Trails Energy Efficient Homes
Many Churches, Clubs and Organizations to join 7 Year Structural Warranty
Shopping, Restaurants, Top Quality Building Components
Golf and Curling Club with Excellent Manufacturers Warranties

New town homes in Sussex from $228,000

Call for an appointment to view The Knoll • Gorgeous views • Master bedroom with
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• Open, airy floor plans – • Low maintenance
great from entertaining • Lower energy costs
• Private balconies

These beautiful new homes are built by Prestige

Homes. So you know you’re getting a top-quality
home that is brilliantly designed with fabulous
curb appeal.

Call or visit now – while pre-construction

prices are still available! • 506-433-1001 The Knoll Open Mon.-Fri. 8 – 5, Sat. 12-3.

Malone Way

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 11

In loving memory of our Son
In loving memory of Steve Maxwell Stephen Maxwell
who passed away, September 15, 2005. who passed away September 15, 2005.
Memory is the “Peaceful Lane”
Where love was built so true. If tears could build a stairway,
A Lane I’ll always travel down and memories a lane,
To embrace the beautiful view.
It’s hard to believe that life goes on We’d walk right up to Heaven,
Five years have gone and passed. and bring you home again.
I’ll never forget the love we had
My memories will always last. Always loved and remembered
...All my love, Bev Mom & Dad

Happy 55th
Thank You!
I, Cody Greer, would like to thank you for your
sponsorship! Your contribution allowed me to travel,
compete and represent our province, New Brunswick at Maarten & Katie
the Canadian Eastern Rugby Championships held in
Truro Nova Scotia. Along with a few other local Den Admirant
talented sports players who had numerous try outs, with
players from all over New Brunswick Drop in at Collina Hall,
who were then chosen to represent Pearsonville Rd.
"Team New Brunswick U 16 Boys Saturday Sept. 11/10
Rugby". Teams were there
competing from Ontario thru to 2-5pm.
Newfoundland. Not only did we Best Wishes Only
have an amazing experience &
represented our province, New
Brunswick, to the fullest, we brought
home the Championship! Happy 1st Anniversary to

Thanking My Sponsors:
Leah (Dzelme)
Local UA 213 Pipe Fitter &
Master Mechanical Matthew Trevor
D & R Contracting Their wedding was celebrated
Loughery Law Office September 12th, 2009.
Royal Lepage Atlantic We wish you many, many years
of love and happiness.
Your Generous Sponsorship was From left to right: Connor Carson,
greatly appreciated, it was an Luke Boudreau, Peter O'Brien, Cody
amazing and great experience.
Love you lots.
Greer, Jackson Chamberlain, Devin
Henry & Collin Spragg Mom & Dad
Thanks Again, Cody Greer

80th Birthday Celebration Congratulations

The family of to Cadet Warrant
Officer 2nd Class
(WO2) Job Burns for
would like to invite you
receiving his Private
to an Open House Pilot License this
in celebration of summer while in the
Jarvis’ 80th Birthday. Air Cadet Power Pilot
Sunday, September 12, 2-4pm
Scholarship program at
St. Francis Xavier Hall,
Church Ave., Sussex GFT Aerospace in
Best Wishes Only!!

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 12

Thanks are extended to all who helped with gifts of time, Vitalis Massage Therapy
talents and treasures in the past month; you made life better
for a great many needy people.
is pleased to introduce the
Once again there are several groups that we wish to thank
for their great - generosity Zelda for the food and support and
newest member of our team.
Theta Master Beta Sigma Phi for their support. A very
heartfelt ‘Thank You’ to the gardeners at the Community
Gardens, not only have they been delivering fresh vegetables
to our clients homes through the last few weeks, but huge
piles of fresh veggies were delivered on Client Day. These were
accompanied by members from the garden who helped to
hand out all the lovely bounty. You gladdened many hearts as
well as providing wonderful nourishment, Blessings on you
We are in need of single beds, crib, play pen, toaster, kitchen
chairs, washer and two fridges; if you can help with any of
these items please call Janice at 832-4340.
The next day for preparation is on Wednesday, September
15th; clients will be served from 8.30-11.00am on Thursday,
Morgan Perry, RMT.
September 16th. Has recently graduated from the Massage Therapy
Mailing address is: Hampton Food Basket, 39 Tilley Street, Program at Eastern College in Saint John.
Unit 2, Hampton NB E5N 5B4. Receipts for all donations will
be issued in the new year unless otherwise requested. We are pleased and excited to have Morgan start her
Emergency Numbers: Janice 832-4340, Judy, 832-3291, career with us at Vitalis Massage Therapy.
Debbie 832-4039, Betty 832-7526. Call today to book an appointment with Morgan.
‘Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these my brethren, ye have
done it unto me’. 107 832-7007
1031 Main Street
Hampton, NB
The first ‘fall’ meeting for the Peninsula Cadets will be held
on Wednesday, September 8th beginning at 6:15 and In loving memory of
concluding at 9:00pm. We cordially invite all students
between 12-19 years of age to attend. The Cadet movement Louanna Elizabeth Clarke
does not have any registration fees and provides all uniforms
and educational material free of charge. Who passed away at the
For further information please feel free to call Officer C. World Trade Centre September 11th, 2001.
Donnelly at 849- 7177. We are hoping to see many new faces
She was taken without any warning
to join all the great planned events. 405
Her going left hearts filled with pain,
But though she is gone from amongst us
In our hearts she will always remain.
Auction 45's - an evening of cards is now being held at the Forever loved by,
Belleisle Creek Hall on Saturdays at 7:30pm. $3.00/person, Mother, Huanna Clarke
all welcome. 511 & Family

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 13

HAMPTON-PIGGS PEAK NEWS LaBillois, Chris Armstrong, and Maureen Boulanger); Glenn
Great friends came together to listen to great music and support Hall; Bill Preeper and Sandy McKay; Emily Carlson and Andrew
a great cause at the second annual "Concert by the Creek" on Conrad; and 90-year old Eddie Edinger who closed the night with
August 21st. Once again this year, a beautiful starlit night the anti-war classic "Last Night I had the Strangest Dream".
provided the backdrop to an incredibly talented lineup of Thanks also to Luke Pickering and Jake Whelpley for doing the
musicians who performed a spectrum of music encompassing sound. Special thanks to Blair Boudreau for opening his
classical, pop, reggae, blues and folk. backyard to us and once again hosting this event which has
become a classic in its own right.
The music was incredible from start to finish and, on behalf of
the Hampton-Piggs Peak Partnership, I would like to thank the Laura Myers and Chris Rendell are the organizers of Concert by
following performers: Downside Up (Emily DesRoches, Jessica the Creek - last year's event provided funding for them to travel
Urquart, Bailey Dalton, Jeremy Legere, Stewart Murray); Jordyn to Piggs Peak and support the work we are doing there. In doing
Saulnier; Alec Boudreau; Craig Martin; Bradley Hachey; Derek so they followed in the footsteps of other Hamptonians who went
Doucet; Alan and Arlene DesRoches; Denis Legere and Richard before them to pursue the Partnership's mission of alleviating
Frenette; Emily Kennedy and Chloe Squance; Dylan Farrell and the impact of HIV/AIDS in that community. Among these
Randi Green; The Non-Commitments (Jamie Gamble, Howard predecessors was our dear friend, John Murphy, who we also
remember as one of our favourite musical
performers. John passed away not long after
performing at last year's Concert by the Creek
and, although he wasn't with us this year, we
know John's spirit was present. John loved
events like this and we were reminded of him
by his bodhran drum that had a position of
prominence on stage and contributed to an
almost mystical quality of the evening.
The audience expressed its heartfelt
appreciation and support through donations
totaling almost $2,000! In addition, we had
three new Starfish sponsors sign up to pay
school fees for three high school students for
another year. These funds will help the
Partnership to continue supporting
worthwhile projects in Piggs Peak as we look
forward to 2011.
Over the next few months we will pay school
fees and fund projects for this year while also
assessing our capacity to commit to projects
for next year. Your contributions are
necessary to allow us to continue to provide
financial assistance. If you would like to learn
more about the Hampton-Piggs Peak
Partnership or make a donation please call
Mark Bettle at 832-0003 or visit our website
at 110

62 Maple Avenue – 432-1907

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 14

Woodlot owners, forest technicians and managers and others
interested in woodlot management will be taking a look at some
Day Trippin’ Tours
recent innovations in woodlot management and viewing Saturday, October 2, - Mystery Day Tour $85pp
silverculture results on Saturday, September 18th from 10:00am- (includes trip full of fun and laughter plus lunch and supper).
3:00pm at SNB’s Woodlot Owner of the Year’s woodlot at Lower
Ridge near Havelock. Black Friday Shopping in South Portland, ME.
Fundy Model Forest, NB Federation of Woodlot Owners, INFOR November 25 - Returning November 28
and SNB Wood Co-op have joined together to present a provincial $285pp. Includes hotel accommodations & motor coach.
woodlot field day, in the hopes this event will once again be an Shopping in Kittery Outlets, Freeport Outlets & Bangor
annual fixture on the woodlot calendar.
There will be on-going displays throughout the day and there is Call for information & reservations:
no charge to attend but to aid in planning please pre-register by
calling 1-800-546-4838 or 506-432-7575 or emailing by September 13th.
Carolyn 506-696-2678
Vi s i t t h e Fu n d y M o d e l Fo r e s t w e b s i t e or Wendy 506-642-3575
( for more information. 523

The Better Water

The Sussex Valley Parkinson Chapter would like to invite you
lace-up your sneakers, bring a friend or submit a team and Celebrating 25 years
join them for their 2nd annual Parkinson SuperWalk, which of serving Southern NB
will be held on Saturday, September 11th at the Royal With top quality service,
Canadian Legion, Sussex. Registration is a 1:00pm with the technology and water.
walk starting at 2:00pm.
For more information contact Leona at 433-5342 or email Call 849-7638 for a free water analysis; regional office 1-800-663-2468 or visit 509 Toll Free 1-800-222-9501
5 Elliot Rd., Rothesay


1935 Rte 121, Norton NB
Mondays - 45's @ 8:00pm; Cadets begin on Advice for real life
September 14th at 6:30pm. At MGI Financial, our salaried fnancial Brian Cosman
professionals are committed to Financial Advisor
Tuesdays - Double crib @ 8:00pm. providing you with objective, unbiased
Wednesdays - House League Darts starts on October advice you can count on. Ernie Thompson
6th. For more information contact Heather Benjamin Financial Advisor
? Investments ? RRSP/RRIF/TFSA
at 433-6428. ? GICs ? Group benefts Kathy Curwin
Thursdays - Correction: Dabber Bingo, Jackpot ? Insurance ? Estate planning Financial Advisor
$1,000 in 50#’s or less & building. Jackpot starts at $350 in ? Mortgages ? Retirement planning
? and much more
51#’s and/or consolation prize $100. Doors open at 6:00pm,
Bonanza game starts at 6:30pm sharp. Bonanza - a building Contact us today, and get some
advice for real life.
jackpot in 52#’s and/or consolation prize $100. We also have

wild #’s in some of regular bingo games. Come & support your 98 Prince William St.,
charity event. Starts 7:00pm sharp. Saint John, NB E2L 2B3 506.642.3538
Saturdays - Single crib @ 8:00pm.
Saturday, September 11th -
Legion Appreciation Day from
10:00am-5:00pm with a corn Dr. Mark Inman, Optometrist
boil and pot luck meal. All New modern clinic and equipment, Wheel chair accessible
members and guests welcome. Eye exam includes digital retinal photography
Bridal Showcase Are you a veteran who does On-Site Lab, over 900 frames/styles
Sunday September 19th not receive a pension or health Contact lenses, non prescription sunglasses,
Fort Howe Hotel care benefits? It does not Varilux Digital Lenses and Crizal Forte non glare
& Convention Centre matter how long you served.
2 for 1 available, Direct Billing for Blue Cross
10 Portland Street, Saint John NB For more information contact
Doors Open at 1pm Gordon McKenzie, Service
Visit Officer RCL #76 at 432-0779. 3 Moffett Ave, Sussex 432-6547
for your free invitation To rent the Legion Hall please
or call 1-866-873-9948 contact Marg Lewell at 839- D & G , C o a c h , S i l h o u e t t e , Po r s c h e , N i ke , M a u i J i m
2212 or Gordon at 432-0779 or
485-8849. 502 Office Hours 9:00-7:00 Mon & Wed. 8:00-5:00 Tues & Thurs. 9:00-3:00 Fri.

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 15

Graduated with a Main Street, Hampton
Mondays - second Monday of the Month
Modified or Work-Study Diploma? Executive meets at 6:30pm and the General
Not going back to school? Meeting follows at 7:00pm.
Tuesdays - Legion Bingo beginning again
Then call us at the ACL Employment Program! September 14th at 5:30pm with new games and
prizes. Bring a friend enjoy an evening of Legion
We offer: Bingo. Canteen available.
Thursdays - Lions Bingo at 6:00pm.
* one-on-one employment counselling focusing Please note the change of time: Sunday September 5th & 19th - and
every other week thereafter - delicious hot Country Style Brunch,
on your interests and skills where you get to serve yourself to: eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage,
* a job search peer support group grill fried potatoes, home baked beans, toast, juice, tea, coffee and a
* help with resumes and coverletters great social time, from 9:00am-12:00noon, all for only $7.00.
* interview practice with video recording Everyone welcome. 50/50 draw also held. Did you know when you
* networking assistance with employers in your enjoy the Brunch you are supporting the Veterans and their
dependents? Thank you for doing this.
community Saturday, September 11th - 7:00pm-12:00midnight, Benefit for
Shane Fleck. Cash Bar. Come out and support this cause.
ACL Employment Program Saturday, September 18th & 25th - booked.
Contact us at 652-1544 – Sunday, September 26th - Vets & Friends, Hampton Legion, at
Funded by the Government of Canada and the Province 2:00pm. Great local entertainment, social time and meal for just
of New Brunswick through the Canada-NewBrunswick
Labour Market Agreements $5.00 at the door.
Volunteers are needed for prep work (Friday morning prior to a
Brunch) and on Brunch days (every other Sunday). Can you give
one day a month? If you would like to get involved in supporting our
Veterans please contact Paul Morrison at 832-4156.
SAINT JOHN ASSOCIATION If you are a Veteran (regardless of years served) and need
for COMMUNITY LIVING assistance receiving a pension or benefits, please contact our
Service Officer Bob Jones at 832-9899.
Did you know we are an air conditioned building for your comfort?
No Parking in the Legion parking lot 'except' for Legion functions.
All unauthorized vehicles will be towed.
We're glad For hall rentals (weddings, birthdays, family reunions, etc) please
contact 832-4156. 106


Brock Reid In support of the Havelock Boys & Girls club there will be an
ATV Poker Run
Fundraiser held on
Karen Bremner, the newest addition to our S a t u r d a y ,
professional staff, has quickly become a September 11 t h ,
key member of our team.
starting at the
A native of Digby, NS, Karen majored in History Club, 13 Cross
at St. Mary’s, earning a BA before enrolling in the
Teaching English as a Second Language
S t r e e t .
Registration will be
Open House
Program at the International Language Institute
from 8:00-10:00am Sunday September 12th
and Dalhousie University. Offered a teaching 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
position in South Korea, she spent two years
and the cost is
overseas soaking up the culture and traveling $15/hand. All 22 Orchard St
extensively throughout Asia. Her travels allowed her to experience first hands must be in by (subdivision at end of Hall Rd)
hand some of the spectacular historic sites she had studied. 4:00pm.
There will be prizes See the new Fall/Winter catalogue
Returning to Canada, Karen decided to change directions and entered Learn fast & easy recipes
funeral service training at Kingstec Community College (NS). for the top three
Graduating with Honours in 2007, she joined the staff at Reid’s and hands, plus door FREE cookbook with orders of
Kennebecasis Community Funeral Home as an apprentice, becoming a prizes, 50/50 draw $80 before taxes
licensed Funeral Director in 2008. and a BBQ on the Prize draw for free product
trail. Helmets are
Celebrate The Lives Of People You Love mandatory! Tracy Edwards
Reid’s Funeral Home F o r m o r e Independent Consultant for
information call: The Pampered Chef®
1063 Main Street, Hampton 832-5541
Juanita at 534- Phone - 832-0636
Funeral Directors: Barbara & Brock Reid, Leonard Goobie & Karen Bremner
8298 or Stan Price
at 534-8260. 522

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 16

The first paper of the month and the new season and I start with
an apology. When getting started for the new season I did not
think about the first Monday being Labour Day. Square dancing Have you considered starting
did start that day and I took it for granted that everything else
did as well. So sorry hope that I didn't inconvenience anyone.
your own business?
Monday, September 13th morning, the quilting and crafts are Attend a free information session to find out more about
on the agenda. New quilters are always welcome. Any questions, available government programs that can help you get started.
call Anna Young 832-5056; 1:00pm, Swedish Weaving Classes When: Every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 a.m.
start again, giving you an afternoon of entertainment and work Where: 2nd floor of the Sussex post office building
with a light lunch being served. For information on Swedish For more information, call Jill: 832-6207
Weaving call Betty Prentice. or Dave: 432-2680
Mondays at 8:00pm, square dancing is on-going and new
dancers are always welcome to join, come and learn. Dancers
are friendly and it is a fun filled evening. Community Economic Development Agency this place • Être...ici on le peut
Tuesdays at 7:00pm, Bridge players are in attendance and you
are welcome to join them.
Wednesdays 7:30pm, Auction 45 players gather for a fun filled
evening followed by a light lunch. LIONS BINGO - COLES ISLAND
Thursdays at 10:00am, the musicians gather for a couple of Bingo is held at the Coles Island Lions Hall (Route
hours of music and singing. Some songs that you have not 10, Coles Island) every Wednesday night. Doors
heard in years, as well as some that we hear often. All are good. open at 6:30, Bingo starts at 7:30pm. For more
Then at 12:00noon there will be a delicious dinner and the info call Elmer at 362-5534. 501
price is $4 for members. Non-members $5.
If you wish to rent the center for a special occasion call 832-
7871, leave a message and your call will be returned. The PET BIRD RESCUE
Rotary Club of Hampton also provides a bar facility for Located at 95 Neck Road, Summerville, “Pet Bird Rescue” is a
functions at the Center. non-profit rescue centre for pet birds who have been
Anyone having a birthday or anniversary this month we extend neglected or cannot remain in their present home. An effort
our best wishes. is made to find homes for them, or a home will be provided
Anyone ill or in hospital we wish you a speedy recovery and until other arrangements can be made. For those who are
return to the Center. We miss you. turning in pets - cage, toys and food must be provided.
Submitted by Mary Long. 113 For more information contact 506-763-3323. 825




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“Frugal” Hunters-
The months of June, July and August have been busy ones for
the Rotary Club of Hampton. In June we hosted at a regular
Monday night meeting, the Group Study Exchange group from
Brazil who were being hosted by the Rotary Club of Sussex for a

get geared-up! few days prior

to their
return to
! Large selection of Hunting Clothing ... Brazil. While
from jackets & vests, in Hampton
they were
to waders & caps s h o w n
! Maps & Compasses
Save Gas
Shop Here Spooner
! Binoculars First!
Island Park
! Firearms and the
Credo Project
! Wide variety of Ammunition at the Court
Gift House. In
Good selection of Certificates July we had Paul Beals presenting a visiting Group
our official Study Exchange Team leader from
Knives Available visit from the southern Brazil with a Hampton Rotary
Governor John Carkner of Fredericton, NB. Prior to his meeting
with the executive of the club and then attending a regular
meeting, John was given a guided tour of our community by
Hardware Rotarians Dale Somerville and Keith Lyons; again Spooner
See us today!
Island and the Credo project were featured as well as the Town
Commons project. During our regular meeting DG Carkner
The Old Fashioned Hardware Store
presided over the induction of two persons into Rotary. We are
happy to have Gary Rent and Duncan McRae join our club. Both
are already
23 Broad St., Sussex, NB
(Near The Train Station) 433-2147 taking a
r e a d y
interest in
some of the
work we do
here in the
Gar y and
some of the
o t h e r
have been
doing some John Carkner, Rotary Districk Governon
cleanup of of District 7810 with new inducted
the Spooner Rotarians Gary Rent and Duncan McRae;
Island Park and Beverley Lyons, 2010/11 Rotary Club
while Duncan of Hampton President.
is doing some
of the background work for a project related to Rotary's focus
on "End Polio Now". More of that in another article in the future.
At the same meeting we said farewell to Roberto Martinez
Garza the incoming exchange student for 2009/10 and
welcome home to Chelsea Craig who had returned from a year
in Japan. We hope to have her speak sometime in the future
when she is home from university in Halifax. Also at the meeting
was Will MacMackin who has since left for Berlin as our
outgoing student for 2010/11. Our incoming student will arrive
in January from Australia.
In August the posters for the annual book sale in October went
up and the books are starting to come into the Pharmasave. On
August 9th we received some delightful thank you's from some of
the children who received bike helmets from the club. The
members enjoyed reading them during the meeting. On August
14th Rotarians were busy as we took part in the Hampton Town-
wide Yard Sale with tables at the Senior's Resource Centre and a
barbeque outside for hungry shoppers and workers. Thank you
to all who supported us in this project. 111
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 18
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Sell Today With George Ask about a FREE CRUISE Many of you may wonder what contraband tobacco is. Truth be
told, most of us may have been in the presence of contraband
Waterfront tobacco or know of people who buy or sell the product. Under
the Excise Act, 2001, a label or tear strip must appear on
packages of cigarettes and pouches of tobacco indicating that
the manufacturer has paid the relevant duties. The
manufacturer's name and address or permit number must
appear on the package. If you purchase cigarettes sold in
$299,900 unstamped cartons, re-sealable plastic bags or which do not
display the Health Canada warnings on the package, you are in
643-1972 453 Rte. 100, Nauwigewauk possession of illegal tobacco products. The consequences of Waterfront property only 6 years
being in possession of contraband tobacco products carries a
old with above-ground pool. minimum fine of $1000.00 and up to five years in jail.
R MLS:SJ103310
The contraband tobacco business is often viewed as
inoffensive and simple stretch of the law to save a few bucks.
Traditionally seen as a victimless crime, tobacco trafficking is
HEALTH CENTRE AUXILIARY now regarded as a significant source of income for all levels of
The regular monthly meeting of the Sussex Health Cente organized crime, who reinvest the substantial profits to
Auxiliary will be held at the Sussex Health Centre on Monday, support other criminal activities such as drugs, firearms
September 20th, at 2:00pm in the boardroom. trafficking, prostitution and human trafficking to name a few.
New members are always welcome. 323 A large portion of the readers are probably saying to
themselves, ‘we live in small rural
communities, there is no such thing as
organized crime in this area' -
unfortunately this is not the case. The
Atlantic region has the second largest
percentage of consumers of
contraband tobacco in Canada,
therefore, contraband tobacco product
smuggler and traffickers have a large
presence in our region. Furthermore,
the presence of contraband tobacco
products causes the federal and
provincial governments to lose
hundreds of millions of dollars in tax
revenue annually, money that could
fund social programs, education,
employment programs and health
care. It also causes legitimate
businesses to declare
bankruptcy and encourages young
people to take up smoking through the
unrestricted access to inexpensive
cigarettes. A recent study conducted
by GFK Research Dynamics on the
usage of illicit cigarettes in Canada
found that the total number of illicit
cigarettes used in 2008 was estimated
at 13 billion, representing
approximately $2.4 billion in lost
tobacco taxes which increases the tax
burden on you the taxpayers.
Your local RCMP Customs and Excise
Section is asking for your assistance in
reporting any suspicious activity
surrounding contraband tobacco.
Should you have any information
please contact us at (506) 636-5251 or
NB. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS
(8477). All information provided will
Eldridge’s Honda be treated confidentially. By working
1230 Fairville Blvd, Saint John 635-1223 together as a team we will keep our
communities safe.
"J" Division RCMP Customs and
Excise Section, Saint John
Detachment. 808
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 20
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 21
Card of Thanks A select group of teenage girls attending St. Paul's Anglican
Church will be hosting a fundraising dinner to support their
The family of the late Marilyn Elaine Aevis would mission to Ghana this coming March. The first of many
like to thank everyone who attended the funeral, dinners will be held Friday, September 10th, 6:00pm at the St.
Paul's Anglican Church. Spaghetti will be served for $7 a
sent flowers and cards, made memorial donations, person!
sent emails, brought food, made phone calls, for Thank you for the support! 124
mass cards, prayers and visits. Thank you to the
nurses of 4C South, the Palliative Care nurses and
Dr. George Kolyvas. Thank you all.
The Cole family, +
The next Friends 60 dinner will be held at the Hampton
Marilyn’s girls; Keri, Tara, Kelly & Vicki Baptist Church on Friday, September 17th at 12:00noon.
A free will offering would be appreciated. For more
information please call Sandi at 832-3541. 123


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 -
Crimestoppers Tip Line
Call 1-800-222-8477 9-1-1

WE LIVE IN THE COUNTRY, THERE IS NO RUSH! 10:00am-8:00pm; and Saturday, September 18th - 10:00am-
4:00pm at the Island View Lions Club (9 Market Street) in
Have you gotten a call saying you won a new cell phone? A trip? Lower Quispamsis. The coveted prize ribbons will be awarded on
credit card rates because of a recent purchase? These are scams that are
going around lately. I myself received two of them within two days. The Wednesday, September 15th from 7:00-9:00pm at the Lions
first one told me that because of a recent purchase with my credit card I Den, Market Street, Quispamsis and all are invited to attend.
was now able to get lower credit rating. If I didn’t want to go any further For Entry Forms and information call 832-5057 or 847-
I was to hit # 9 on the dial and I would be disconnected. The only 4134. Admission $5.00 daily or $10.00 all three days
problem is that this now gave the caller free long distance on my The Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild has over one
account. The second one was that I won a trip and they needed to
confirm some information and needed my social insurance number. hundred members with meetings on the second Tuesday of
This information would now give the thief valuable personal each month from October through June and the first
information that could be used to open accounts. One that has come to Tuesday in September. 802
the attention of the RCMP is one where the caller has been stating that
he is representing Bell Mobility and that the person had won a new cell
phone/blackberry and package and again needed personal information.
This caller had some personal information but not all. My advice is to JUNIOR HOCKEY TRY-OUTS
just hang up the phone.
The Hampton Hurricanes of the New Brunswick Junior
A lady from Kingston was almost the victim of an internet scam. Hockey League will be holding tryouts for the 2010-2011
Luckily she had insurance on her credit card and they were able to
reverse the charges. She purchased a Satellite and receiver from a season beginning in September. Five sessions are scheduled,
company from Quebec that went by the name TOTALFTA. This beginning Saturday, September 18th and will run Saturdays
company is a scam and used many variances of the name. They have & Thursdays until October 2nd. The cost for the tryouts is $60
been charged with several offences in Quebec. They sell you some per player. All sessions will be held at the Hampton
equipment and never send it. Community Centre.
We had a laptop computer stolen from a residence on Woodberry Court The September 18th two hour tryout begins at 7:45pm. For
in Hampton. The owners were away for the weekend and their daughter more information call Ken McConchie at 839-2474, 432-
had a few friends over who brought some friends unknown to the 0703 or John Sherwood at 653-8029. 805
daughter. The laptop was noted to be missing once the owners returned.
We had a residence broken into in Kiersteadville while the residents
slept upstairs. The thief or thieves entered an unlocked front door and The Town Chiropractor
stole a computer, video games and console. A car in the yard was Dr. Erik F.C. Klein, B.Sc., D.C.
entered and a cell phone and an IPOD Touch were also stolen. I must No medical referral is required
again remind the Public to lock their doors. 9 Dann Drive, Hampton. Phone - 832-2040
Again we had some poor innocent mailboxes knocked over by "Headaches" affect 93% of men, and 99% of women over their
someone with nothing better to do with their time. These occurred on lifetime. The most common type of headache is tension-type
Main Street, in Hampton and were the Canada Post boxes. Back headache. While there are many others, migraines are a very well
Neck Pain known form, affecting between 8-10% of the general population.
With School approaching it is time to remind ourselves about the speed Sciatica Some headaches actually stem from muscles and joints in the
limit on Main Street. The area near the Middle School is a 40 Km/hr neck, called cervicogenic headaches. Tension-type, cervicogenic,
zone while school is in. The fine doubles if you are caught not abiding Headaches and even migraines will often respond to chiropractic care
by the law. Shoulder Pain involving safe spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and
Knee/ankle acupuncture, amongst others. If you have suffered with
It is also a good time to take a First Aid Course. There are several within Wrist/elbow headaches for 30 years or for one, call our office to find out if
the area put on by the St. John Ambulance or the Red Cross your case could benefit from treatment. The science and
Have a great two weeks. improved treatment is improving each year, so if you are sick and
t i r e d o f b e i n g s i c k a n d t i r e d , c a l l u s t o d a y.
Pat Cole, Cpl RCMP Hampton
9 Dann Drive, Hampton Tel: 832-2040 Fax: 832-0787
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 22
The challenge for healthy living is on! New Brunswick
residents looking to lead a healthier lifestyle can do so
through the Canadian Cancer Society's Eat Well, Be Active Const. Ltd
program. This 12-week program, to start Wednesday,
September 15th, at the Ossekeag Room, Hampton Excavating, Backhoe & Dozer
Community Centre, will show participants how to adopt
healthier eating habits and become more physically active
1/4 Minus Crushed Rock
under the guidance of a registered dietitian. Each person will Norton area $200/ Tandem Truckload
receive expert nutritional information, weigh-in sessions Truckload Delivered Sussex and
every week if desired, and lots of encouragement. surrounding areas $225.
Eat Well, Be Active is free of charge for participants. Take the
steps you need towards better health today. Call today Excavating Services $85./hr
because space is limited. To register or for more information,
contact 1-800-455-9090 or 634-6277. 519 839-2635 Cell: 433-0747


The Kings County Historical & Archival Society, Inc will hold 8 River Road, Rothesay
its next meeting on Saturday, September 25th at the Crib every Wednesday at 7:30pm. For information please call
Memorial Hall in Havelock starting at 2:00pm. Daniel Steeves Sam Gauvin at 847-8261. Everyone welcome.
will speak on European Battlefield Cemeteries. Bingo every Thursday night. Doors open at 6:00 games start
All are welcome to attend. 812 at 6:55pm. 10 regular games, 4 specials and a jackpot game.
Also early and late games and building pots (Bonanza, Lucky
7, Pyramid and Treasure Chest). For information please call
DISTRICT EDUCATION COUNCIL MEETING Richard at 847-4163. Canteen services available.
The School District 6 District Education Council Hall rentals are available for various types of
will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, events/activities. The Hall is also available for special benefit
September 8th at Sussex Regional High School, 55 functions at no charge. New members always welcome. For
Leonard Drive, Sussex. The meeting will begin at further information please contact Margaret at 849-0031.
7:00pm and all are welcome to attend. 811 402

Special Pricing
+ We Pay the Tax
Great for Christmas Gifts
September 17, Friday 7am-6pm
September 18, Saturday 8am-1pm
409 William Bell Drive, 78 Winter St.
Hampton, NB SUSSEX, NB
832-5154 433-4036
Store Hours:
Mon-Fri 7am-5:30pm
Sat 8am-1pm
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 23

Anniversary The Dr. V. A. Snow Centre is presenting “An Evening of

Awesome Musical Entertainment” on Friday, September 24th
7:30pm at the Hampton High School Community Theatre.

1 year already! Sale This event is being held as a fundraiser and proceeds from the
evening will go to a new bus for the Snow Centre.
Local performers for the evening include: Alexander Banks -
Everything in store is tax free step dancer; AussieScots Duo - Sue King & Dr. Wendy Steward
(accordion & vocals); Before the Mast - men’s Sea Shanty
group; Brad & Krista Trecartin - keyboard, fiddle & vocals;
New coats and jackets Hazel Marie Robertson & Band - country & Gospel music;
Jane Reinhart - secular & Gospel music; Southern Flavour -
arriving daily: leathers, Bluegrass
band; Steve
wools, down filled Lyons - classic
and so much more. country. There
will be a 50/50
draw and
canteen at
Tickets are
or $15/at the door. Advance tickets are available at the Dr. V.
A. Snow Centre and Hampton Pharmasave. For more
information please contact Gloria Baird at 832-6210, Ext
3RD FLOOR 6217, or email 406
Sale ends September 11 SEARCH & RESCUE FUNDRAISER
A Greater Fundy Ground Search & Rescue fundraiser will be
held at the Scenic View Golf Course & Campground (110
Taylor Road, Head of Millstream) on Sunday, September 12th
“The Pool Professionals” starting at 1:00pm. This event features nine holes of golf with
since 1975 a roast beef dinner to follow with door prizes and a prize for
“hole in one”.
Tickets are $30. For more information contact 433-4331 or
SPECIALISTS IN: Residential, Commercial, 432-6971. 515
In Ground & Above Ground Spas, Hot Tubs &
Saunas, Installations by Emmerson Technicians
On Approved Credit The Barnesville Presbyterian Church (1257 Rte 820
Barnesville) is holding a breakfast the 3rd Saturday of each
month from 8:00-11:30am with a choice of two complete
SIMA 847-POOL 7665 breakfasts. $5/adult, $3/child, pre-schoolers eat for free.
107 HAMPTON ROAD, ROTHESAY, NB Everyone welcome. 508



2pm - 4pm
200 - 1 Hampton Rd.
Rothesay, NB
Cordially invites you to attend a Meet and Greet celebrating
the opening of our new office 849-3700

Come and Bring a Friend

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 24

Harmony Inc. association of women barbershop singing
held its Area 1 Competition recently in Sackville, NB. Area 1
consists of choruses and quartets from Newfoundland,
Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Congratulations to Sea Belles chorus of Saint John for
placing 1st in the Singing category and 2nd overall in the
contest. Sea Belles have now qualified for International
Contest and Convention being held in Saint John, NB from
November 10th-14th. Nova Quattro, the chorus quartet, ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
placed 5th overall and also qualified for the international
competition. Last year Sea Belles placed 10th in North September 18 & 25 and October 2, 9, 16 & 23
America, and expect to improve their standing in the year's

$ 95 Campground
Sea Belles is a women's chorus that sings in barbershop
style a cappella harmony, under the direction of Janet Kidd, Confidential
a well known Canadian singer and song writer. Sea Belles
invites women of all ages who love to sing, to join their NEW DRINK PRICES!
practise each Tuesday evening beginning in September, at
7:00pm at Forest Hills Elementary School. Come "Share Bar Shot, Beer, Wine: $4.50
your Voice"! Receive a discount for any Christmas bookings made
For more information, contact Ann Connolly at 847-3884. before October 31.
New members always welcome! 813 For more information on shows and show times, please
visit our website:

FALL PROGRAM AT FUNDY GYMNASTICS • Receptions • Fundraising • Special Events

Recreational Gymnastics Programs for Boys & Girls - all Call for Information
68 Exmouth St.
programs run from mid September to the end of May.
Please visit for registration
forms or call Pauline Wilson at 738-8677.
693-8720 ~ 847-2421 Saint John, NB
Kindergym for 3 & 4 year olds - 45 minute class once a
week. Cost $260 for year + $30 for registration and
insurance. Building a Deck? Building Anything?
Recreational classes for Kindergarten and up - one hour Use our quality lumber for best results.
per week. Cost $310 for year + $30 for registration and Tongue & Groove Pine
insurance. ProKids sponsorship available Sikkens Stain
Locations and Times: Quispamsis Elementary School - Cedar Decking
Monday 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30 (full); Saturday 9:30am, Kiln Dried Construction Lumber
10:30am & 11:30am; St. Patrick’s School West Saint John - Hemlock Retaining Walls
Wednesday 6:00 & 7:00pm; Enterprise Drive, Quispamsis - Siding
Wednesday 5.00, 6:00 (full) & 7:00pm; Millidgeville North K.D. Pine
School - Thursday 6:00 & 7:00pm; Westfield School - Friday
5:30 & 6:30pm.
McMillan Forest Products Ltd.
Other programs at Enterprise Drive: Teen Tumbling -
Wednesday 8:30 to 9:30pm; Parent and tot classes - to be Belleisle Creek 485-1010
arranged. 807 When it comes to lumber – We Deliver!


Tuesday, Who Should Attend:

September 21, 2010 Our Career Session is a great opportunity to discover what it takes to become a fully
trained financial planner with Investors Group. Our Consultants come from many
6pm different backgrounds.
200 - 1 Hampton Rd.
Rothesay, NB Other Details:
If you have a keen entrepreneurial spirit and your drive for success is leading edge, we
Bill Anderson 849-3700 ext 289 invite you to consider a role as an Investors Group consultant. Please contact Anne at
or Linda Nice 849-3700 ext 233 849-3700 to reserve your seat or for additional information.

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 25

The Sussex Vale Quilters’ Guild will hold it’s 6th Show & Sale

at the Sussex Lion’s Club, Main Street, on September 30th
and October 1st & 2nd. There will be a sales table, merchant’s

String Studios
mall, raffles, door prizes, and refreshments to round out the
The Sussex Vale Quilters meet the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the
month from September to June. There are 60 members in
the guild and it’s purpose is to encourage an interest in
Now Registering quilting among it’s members and in the community. The
guild strives to increase skill in quilting by sharing
for Classes experiences, teaching and presenting workshops. The Sussex
Vale Quilters Guild is one of the few guilds in the country
Violin, Cello, which continues to quilt by hand - many others have changed
to machine quilting.
Bass, Orchestra Visit the mural capital of Atlantic Canada and take in our
wonderful show. 516


Beginner Violin Classes
for Ages 7-9

Fran Dearin

“We will HUFF ‘N PUFF and blow your house in”

“Bingo” quilt - the 1st prize for the raffle. A quilt rack
will be 2nd prize and a woolen chair pad, 3rd.
• Fiberglass
• Cellulose
• 2 lb. spray
Regular Wednesday night Bingo at the Hall in Upham will
resume on September 8th at 7:00pm. The regular Monday
New Homes Renovations night card parties at the Upham WI Hall begin at 7:30pm and
We provide complete insulation services to new and existing homes 832-7337 will continue all summer.
We are a Trained Efficiency New Brunswick Contractor. All are welcome. 514

Calling all Ossekeag Publishing's

Contractors, Handymen, Decorators, Fall Home Improvement

feature will be in your Sept 21 & Oct 5 Hampton Herald
Landscapers, Garden Shops, Etc Call Carol at 832-5613
now to be included
Ossekeag Publishing
Tel: (506) 832-5613 Fax: (506) 832-3353 Deadline Sept 10 & Sept 24
242 Main St., Hampton, N.B E5N-6B8

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 26

The Animal Rescue League is having Pets in the Park and our
19th Annual Dog Jog on Sunday, September 12th!!! Pets in
the Park is one of the fastest growing summer events for the
Animal Rescue League. It draws hundreds of animal lovers Gas, Pellet, Wood
to an enjoyable day filled with entertainment, E.P.A. Certified Stoves
demonstrations, the dog jog, food and trade booths. Pets in OneFree
the Park is a day where families can mingle with other pet One TonTon of of
PelletsWood Pellets
lovers and pets can meet other pets.
Mark your calendars, cancel your plans and prepare your withwith
InstallInstall Package
Package (Limited Time)

sneakers as this is an event not to miss. Come out and 24 Peter St., Sussex, NEW LOCATION
support the Animal Rescue League and let your pet have a 433-2184 / Toll Free 1-877-497-1001
fun day in the park! For more information, please call 642-
We Install ! Free Estimates
0929 or email the ARL at 826


“Mature Professionals Network (MPN) a social networking
organization for single adults over the age of 40 has been
launched in Saint John. MPN offers a forum to meet and
exchange ideas, develop friendships and share common
interests. They have a Meet and Greet Social every Friday
night, 5:30 to 7:30pm at the Chateau Saint John, on We want the things you don’t!!
Rockland Road. You will be warmly welcomed by a MPNSJ
greeter who will introduce you to other members. A group The Canadian Diabetes Association Clothesline
of them also go out to dinner after the Meet and Greet. They program collects the items you no longer want, in
have already participated in several different activities and order to generate revenue to help those suffering
are looking forward to a lot more interesting things to do from Diabetes. People wishing to donate can call
through the seasons. the “Clothesline” at 1-800-505-5525 for a free
We hope you can find time to join us.” 831 home pick-up of their reusable clothing and
household items. Individuals additionally have the
option of dropping off soft items only at their
LEAH MACGOWAN MEMORIAL nearest drop box location, shown below.
The 16th Annual Curl for MS in memory of Mrs. MacGowan
will be held Saturday, November 20th at the Hampton Ossekeag Publishing,
Curling Club. This event is in support of Multiple Sclerosis. 242 Main St, Hampton
It is time to
register your A cure for Diabetes could be hiding in your closet,
team. Pledge thank you for your support!
sheets can be
emailed to you or I
can get them to
you. Online
We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities.
fundraising will
also be available.
You may register as
Put More Play an individual also,
into Your Day! we will place you
Fall into Fitness at any of your Y locations where we have
activities for all members of the family.
on a team. No
e x p e r i e n c e
J & S Construction Ltd.
Hampton, NB
Boot Camp Leader Corps necessary. All you
Teen Weight Training Girl Power need is a clean pair
Family JuJutsu ZUMBA ! Screened Topsoil ! Septic Systems
of shoes and your
Drop In Youth Programs BOSU
Sense of Humour.
! Screen Rock ! Bulldozing
Fit for Two Cardiac Maintenance
Outdoor Adventures Yoga For more
! Over-sized Rock ! Excavating
information ! 3”-5” Rock ! Basements
Sign up for a membership today at ! Pit Run Gravel & Sand
Prince Edward Square! and/or to register
please call 832-
3236 or email at Jerry Smith 832-7772
mhender@nbnet. Cell 640-0292 814
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 27
Offering quality dance instruction in the Hampton and Sussex areas


is now accepting students for the 2010-2011 dance season.
Don't miss out!
Saturday Tuesday
September 11, 2010 September 14, 2010
10:00am-12:00pm 6:00-8:00pm
Hampton Middle School Firefly Recreation Forest

What you'll need on Registration Day:

Complete Contact Info, Medicare Number, $20 Registration Fee* and 1 of 3 Payment Options
(In full upon registration(cash/cheque) OR Post-dated Cheques September-May Dated the
1st or the 15th of each month OR Void cheque for Direct Deposit-choose 1st or 15th)
Registration Fee includes cost to register as well as month of September.
Dancers registered after September 30th will be subject to a $20 late registration fee.
Step In Time Dance School offers quality dance instruction in hip hop, jazz, tap,
lyrical/contemporary and ballet. For a complete schedule and more information please
visit our website
Join us at our brand new location (fully equipped with mirrors) at
Firefly Recreation Forest!
64 Robertson Road
(off Hall Road)
We offer the following classes for the 2010-2011 Season:
Age 3-4 Tap Structure, Age 5-7 Jazz/Tap, Age 8-9 Jazz/Tap/Lyrical (Youth), Age 8-9 Hip Hop (Youth), Age 10-12
Jazz/Tap/Lyrical (Junior), Hip Hop (Junior), Age 13-14 Jazz/Tap/Lyrical (Pre-Teen), Hip Hop(Pre-Teen), Age 15-18
Jazz/Tap/Lyrical (Teen), Age 15-18 Hip Hop (Teen), Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Ballet

Interested in auditioning for one of our award

winning competitive troupes? We are creating new CONTACT US
competitive troupes for all levels of dancing. Email:
Note: Dancers must have at least 2 years recent dance training Phone: 832-2964
with at least 1 year completed in jazz and/or lyrical/contemporary

We can't wait to see all of our new and returning students!

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 28

10 tips to make your return to school stress free - with fall just around
the corner, thousands of post-secondary students across Canada are
packing up their belongings to move across the province or even the
country to pursue their studies.
“Whether you’re moving a hundred kilometres away from home or a
thousand, it’s important to keep yourself and your possessions safe,”
says Amy Woods, official spokesperson for Allstate Insurance Company
of Canada. “Although we’ve had a small number of claims, we’ve
noticed that theft seems to be an issue for university students. Having
the necessary protection in place and taking a few simple steps before 454 Main Street, Hampton
you leave for school allows you to enjoy your university experience with
fewer worries.”
Allstate Canada has put together 10 tips to help you stay safe this
school year:
1. Whether you’re living on or off campus, look into the rules and
regulations of your home away from home before you leave. Make
sure you do not bring anything that is not permitted.
2. Dormitories may seem like a fun, safe environment, but it is
important to make sure to lock your door whenever you leave your
room in order to protect your belongings.
3. If you are bringing any items of high value to school, such as
musical instruments or jewelry, consider having them insured against
Monday - Friday 9-6
theft or damage before you arrive at school.
4. Never abandon your laptop in a library. It only takes a few moments
Saturday 9-2
for someone to walk by and swipe it. If you must leave it temporarily,
invest in a laptop lock to act as a deterrent.
5. If you’re renting a room or an apartment in a building, you may be
Our services include:
required to have tenants insurance, which protects you and your
belongings if your property is stolen or damaged. Speak to your Prescriptions
family’s insurance provider or ask someone you know for a
recommendation for an insurance provider in your new city. Home Health Care
6. When you take a car out of province, remember to check with your
auto insurance company to see if you are covered while away and Giftware
contact the province’s transportation department to see if you need to
change your license plates. Ambassador Greeting Cards
7. Don’t leave anything valuable in your car, especially in plain sight.
Put any high value items in the trunk or glove compartment where
(Hallmark cards ½ price)
they can’t be seen. Kodak Digital Prints
8. Keep an eye on your laundry if you’re doing it at a Laundromat to
avoid having your belongings stolen. Bring homework or a book with And More...
you to help pass the time.
9. How safe is your dormitory building? Look into the guest policy for
your dormitory and see what kind of security procedures they have in
place. If you feel unsafe, speak to an RA or an administrator about
creating a secure environment.
Be sure to drop by
10. These days, many student cards act as more than identification. If
you have a
meal plan or
and check out
library account
associated with
yours, report it
our opening day
immediately if
it goes missing.
Staying safe
in-store specials!
while you’re
back at school
doesn’t have to
be as difficult
as getting an A
Part of the
in chemistry.
By keeping
these simple
tips in mind,
you can focus
on getting that family of pharmacies.
project in on
time and
having fun.

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 29

The Hampton Community
Garden will be holding it's
Grand Opening celebration on
MARITIME HOMES Sunday, September 12 th. We
will begin with a tour of the
119 Cougle Road, Sussex, N.B.
garden at 4:00pm, and then
Another way we can help your dream of owning a new home come true proceed to St. Paul's Church for a corn boil and pot luck.
People are invited to bring a dish from their garden
28’ x 48’ Panelized Home Package produce!
For those who wish to do interior finish at their leisure
Registration forms for the 2011 season will be available at
this time. The planning for next year will be done on the
basis of registrations received before the end of
The Hampton Community Garden would like to thank all
our sponsors for their kind support, which has enabled us
to have a wonderful first year! Some of the many local
business which have offered support include: Bayview
Credit Union, Coleman's Landscaping, Guy LeMay's,
Hampton Home Hardware, Hampton PharmaSave,
Standard Package Includes... Hampton Save Easy, Holly's Restaurant, Irving Oil and Kent
House to Weather Tight Exterior Doors
(Rothesay). 130
Engineered Trusses Roofing Finish
Exterior & Interior Wall Panels Siding
Floor System Soffit, Fascia, Exterior Trim
Windows Basement Stairs
No Interior Finish NOTICE OF MEETING
Sussex & Area Early Intervention Inc. will be holding their
Standard Package: $42,603 plus tax Annual General Meeting on Monday, October 4 th at the Early Intervention office at 717 Main Street in Sussex
starting at 6:00pm. The Program has a need for new Board
Members. If you are concerned about the outcome of
children’s lives in our area, come and discover what we do
and become a part of our intervention program.
If interested, please call 432-4590 or 432-4539 and a
Board Information Package will be sent out to you. 517


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, 2 nd Floor, the last Wednesday of each month
at 7:00pm.
For more information call 634-8295. 832

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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 30

When our family, with three little kids, came to New Brunswick,
we decided to buy a house in Hammond River, which was actually
called Nauwigewauk. After living in Toronto, life could not possibly
be more different. We were used to big city life and now we had to
get used living in the country.
It was interesting to note how fast our children adapted and it Russell
seemed that they loved it. We found out that for services we had to
go to Hampton and for a doctor Hampton was good because it
had three doctors - Dr. Leatherbarrow, Dr. Snow and Dr. Robb. We
called Dr. Robb but the woman answering said "County Jail".
Obviously it was the wrong number, but she also said "You must
want to talk about Dr. Robb". She was moonlighting, we thought. RUSSELL HALL & RICK KENNEDY WOULD
Dr. Robb became our doctor and a very good family friend. One LIKE TO WELCOME
Sunday on January 1st, which was on a Sunday he came to the
house when we were still in pyjamas. He had a block of wood with JOHN KEIRSTEAD
him and a box of shortbread and said "It's an old Scottish tradition,
at New Year's day you should visit your best friends and bring & RORY REICKER
these items to wish them a warm hearth and a full stomach.” He TO OUR SALES TEAM. BOTH COME TO US
stayed for breakfast and then said: "I have to go, I am worried
about a patient of mine, I want to see him". Then he left in his WITH SEVERAL YEARS OF SALES EXPERIENCE.
Morris Minor. We yelled at him, "don't you ever take a day off?", but JOHN CAN BE CONTACTED AT (506)434-3169
he waved with his arm outstretched out of the window. OR JOHN@HALLBROSENTERPRISES.COM.
One day in the fall he invited us to come over for a glass of wine
on a Thursday afternoon and when we arrived, his wife Isabel said RORY CAN BE CONTACTED AT (506)839-2442
that “he was not home yet but please come in and warm your self OR RORY@HALLBROSENTERPRISES.COM
in from of the fire.” When he came in he was obviously exhausted.
He dropped his tool case on the floor and himself in a lazy chair in
front of the fireplace. After a while the phone rang and he got up
and talked to a patient, then he said: "I have to go. A patient needs
a shot, sorry about that". “Doug, you are not in any condition to
drive, we'll bring you there”, we said and he gratefully accepted.
We drove him to the other side of the highway to a house with a
long driveway. “You stay in the car, it won't be long” he said, and he
walked over to the house which was totally dark. Then we saw the
lights go on at the main floor, then on the second floor and after a
while the lights went out at the top floor and when the lights went
out on the main floor, we saw him leave the house. He was
laughing when he entered the car. He told us that when he
entered the house he had trouble finding the switches, but when
he switched the light on he saw the son in the living room on the
couch sleeping, he was obviously drunk. Then he went upstairs to
look for the woman and when he saw her he asked her which bed
she was going to lay in, because after the shot she would be out
cold. When she laid on the bed, he sat on the edge to prepare the
syringe, and then the bed collapsed. He gave her the needle,
tucked her in and turned off the lights and left the house.
He was a brilliant doctor and was an associated professor of
Dalhousie Medical School who also trained students at his
practice and was so dedicated because to him patients always
came first, no matter what day or what time. When he needed a
quadruple bypass, which was done in Ottawa, he died on the
operating table leaving Hampton without the best doctor it ever
The other two doctors were very dedicated as well. Dr.
Leatherbarrow had his practice well into old age and Dr. Snow was
known for having two TV's on top of each other. While his kids Please check our website for Kubota’s
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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 31

FALL: PERFECT FOR PLANTING The Upham Fire Department invites you to a
Fire Muster being held in Upham on
Saturday, September 18 th; This event will be
made up of four person teams. Entrance fee
for teams $40, spectators $5, this includes a
pop and hamburger or hotdog at lunch.
Schedule: 9:00-10:00am - opening
ceremony, events explained; 10:00am-
12:00noon - competition starts event 1 & 2; 1200noon-
1:00pm - lunch (member and vehicle prep); 1:00-3:00pm -
competition commences event 3 and 4; 3:00-4:00pm -
5 year guarantee closing ceremony (thanks to sponsors).
Events - Main: 1. Hose and Target Relay; 2. Water
carry/lift; 3. Obstacle search and rescue; 4. Sprinkler.
GARDEN CENTRE HOURS: Mumma Mia If there are members, chiefs or spouses that would like to
take part supporting this event, judges and time keepers
7 DAYS A WEEK, We have lots are needed.
9 AM-7 PM of MUMS! For more information please contact: 832-7514 or 440-
4442. 528
At Brunswick Nurseries we don’t close down in August, we
stay open and well stocked for the entire planting season,
with a huge Selection of Trees, Shrubs, and Perennials.
FALL LECTURES & EVENTS Crisis lines are available to victims of crime and the
general public: SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS LINE (call
Sept 11th Wiggly Weekend: Actually, it’s Weigela Weekend,
pronounced (Why-gee-la). Six varieties of this beautiful flowering shrub collect) 1-506-454-0437 - an answering service will take
on for HALF PRICE ! Lecture 10am: Wonderful World of Weigelas: How to your call and a crisis counselor will call you back; CHIMO -
plant, prune, (and pronounce!) them. Varieties, flowers and foliage, Inuit word for friendship open 24/7 everyday and holidays -
wintering, etc. listening and resources for all types of life problems - 1-
Sept 18th Lecture 10am: Fall Gardening and Winter Preparation: 1-888-811-3664. The Saint John Regional Hospital has a
Bulb planting, perennial dividing & care, pruning, bed maintenance, leaf Sexual Assault Crisis Nurse on call 24/7. 824
composting, vegetable gardens, winter preparation, etc
Sept 25th Flower Festival for Hummingbirds & Butterflies:
Several kinds of flowering shrubs and Perennials that hummers and
butterflies love: Butterflybush, clematis, and several more, 30-50% Off!! CPF - SUSSEX CHAPTER
Canadian Parents for French, French classes for adults,
Oct 2nd Deer Beater Weekend: Mountbatten Junipers 100cm tall, Tuesday, September 21 st - beginner; Wednesday,
Reg. $79 less 50%!! = $39 each!! Get your free copy of our deer- September 22 nd - Level 3; Thursday, September 23 rd -
resistant list of plants. 10% off all deer-resistant plants. Demo of Deer Level 2. The classes which run for 10 weeks, start at
Fence Canada system and product there for sale. Free $9 deer-resistant 6:15pm and will be held at the CPF Office (10 Church
perennial with any purchase of $20 or more.
Avenue, Sussex). 527
Oct 9th Special 2-hour pruning clinic (10am-noon): Duncan
will demonstrate his thinning pruning technique on many kinds of
evergreens and flowering shrubs around the property, which allows you to
prune all species anytime you want, controlling size and shape while HOCKEY
keeping the natural appearance. Pre-Season Skill Development Clinics
Sept 10 th - Sept 26 th
Oct 16th HALLOWEEN Fun Day: A Spooky version of Field Day!! Hampton Community Centre
10am: Coin hunt on the Nature Trail. Face painting. 11:30: Hot
dog/hamburger BBQ. Tractor Rides. The Nature Trail is now a spook trail! CLINICS AGE GROUPS
Novice.................................... (6-8) LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
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(Cell) 653-7087
pruning, edging, weeding, mulching, lawns and transplanting
Landscape Design: beds, walkways, walls and patios BE READY FOR THE HOCKEY SEASON!
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 32
Well, it's the first WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT
week of school, and
we are only two and Jenny Misener & Terry Davidson
one-half weeks away
from our playground were married in the garden of their home
B u i l d D a y , in Toronto on Saturday, August 14, 2010.
September 25th! The
Committee has been
working diligently to Jenny is the daughter of Betty Misener and
the late Max Misener.
prepare for this
exciting event that Terry is the son of Caroline Davidson and
will result in a brand the late Bob Davidson of Toronto.
new beautiful
playground and green space behind the school.
We are still in need of many community volunteers to lend a
helping hand with construction of the play structures,
spreading ground cover, rolling out sod, painting playhouses,
beautifying the gardens in front of the school, and painting of
murals to enhance the inside of
the school. Please visit our web
site ( to
sign up. If you are unable to help
on Build Day, perhaps you could
help on Wednesday, Thursday, or
Friday, September 22nd-24th with
site preparation.
We are in need of 10-12 more
volunteers, who can lift 100 lbs,
for each of those days. We are also
looking for truck drivers to
deliver our ground cover. We'd
love to hear from you today!!!
Please visit
to sign up, make a donation, or
just check out our progress. If you
have any questions, e-mail
Don't forget - you can donate
your returnable beverage
containers to our account at the
Hampton Recycling Center. We
would like to recognize the kind
donation from Hampton Home
Hardware for the materials
towards the construction of our
two playhouses. Thank you to the
community of Hampton for
making this project a reality for
all of our children!!!
Submitted by DATL Playground
Committee. 128


Each Friday from 6:00-9:00am
Midland Baptist Church (Rte.124
& Upper Midland Road) invites
you to get a great cup of coffee
while making a donation toward
alleviating world hunger.
Watch for the MAD@poverty
Coffee Drive Thru signs. 115

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 33

St. Anthony’s Fall Become a positive role model for a group of 10 kids in your
community and improve your own life too!, Canada's
Supper national charity for youth development, is currently looking for
volunteer coach-mentors to deliver its proven, in-school, after
September 19th, 2010 school, leadership and life skills program to kids in grades 7 and
From 3 - 6 pm 8. The educator-endorsed program focuses on goal
setting, effective communications, and other valuable skills
Central Kings Rec Center on the Titusville Road that last a lifetime.
Roast Beef Dinner with all the fixins, Pie for dessert By volunteering just 1.5 hours a week for a 12-week session,
not only will you help a group of kids make positive choices to
Adult $10.00, Child $5.00, and Family Rate $25.00 help them reach their full potential, you will also enhance your
Craft and Bake Table own skills, such as enhanced interpersonal skills and improved
ability to understand people better.
All Welcome! For more information please visit
a-coach; or contact Len Riendeau at or
phone 636-0178. 829


The Fundy Gardeners are holding their annual Garden Show on
Saturday, September 25th from 9:30am-3:00pm at the
Kennebecasis Valley High School in Quispamsis. The theme for
this years’ show is “Regal Gardens, Riotous Blooms”. Speakers
at the show will be Ed Lawrence, retired Head Gardener for
Ottawa’s official residences and John Armstrong, local Dahlia
expert and judge.
Tickets ($15) each are available at: or by calling 849-6401. 810


Receiving an invitation to a local art opening event makes
one realize what an important part in Hampton life art and
the artists play. Hampton has more resident artists per capita
than any other community of its size in Atlantic Canada with
galleries and openings, which are well attended.
Hampton has public art on display, such as the wonderful
mural that Fred Harrison and the High School kids completed
last year and the Credo sculpture donated to John Peters
Humphrey. In the Jail House there is a small gallery beside
the Library and art works are on display in the Tourist bureau
at the Old Station.
On alternate years the very successful event “Bloomin’
Artists” takes place with artists from all along the Valley and
beyond converging on the town, creating like fury. When the
schools are in session there is a constant outpouring from the
children, as Hampton educators understand what an
important factor art is in
education. Happily these kids
will grow up to not be
MEET THE CANDIDATES EVENT intimidated by art. It is all
around them.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2010 7:00PM It is not that you have to buy
art, though artist do like to
Hampton Middle School eat. It is much more Paige Danaher
Suggestions for questions may be submitted by email to or by voicemail 832-2559.
creations are enjoyed and IN HAMPTON
Hamptonians are proud of Absolute Beginner’s Class
ALL RESIDENTS WELCOME! what goes on in this Thursday Evenings 6:30
exceptional community. Continuing Beginner’s Class
Spend some time enjoying Tuesday Evenings 6:30
SPONSORED BY the local art - it’s a 12 Week Classes - Cost $120 each
THE HAMPTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE worthwhile Fall of the year Registration required.
adventure. 129 Please call 832-7007 to reserve your spot

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 34


I am the daughter of Charles (deceased) and Dorothy Hickey, and the 3rd eldest in a family of 11 who
moved to the Kingston Peninsula in 1963. I am married to John Higgins, son of Dorothy and former
Saint John Mayor Tom Higgins (deceased) and a mother to two daughters – Cailin & Bridget.

I work tirelessly as an advocate for safe and affordable housing and have been the Executive Director of
Housing Alternatives in Saint John since 1989. I currently serve on the Board of Directors for a number
of initiatives that support and promote social justice in our community.

I truly believe that I have the experience, commitment, and passion required to represent the people of
Hampton-Kings in the New Brunswick Legislature!


I believe the Future Matters for You, for Me, for Our Children, and Our Grandchildren!

Join me in supporting the Liberal government in:

• Creating 20,000 new jobs over the next four years which will keep our
people at home!
• Taking up the 100 mile challenge and putting more home grown food
and products on our tables.
• Creating an additional 550 advanced-care beds outside the hospital
system which shows that our aging population matters to us.

The Liberal Government is NOT going to raise taxes; and is NOT going to cut
services such as health care and education.

The Future of Hampton-Kings DOES Matter!

Remember ~ on September 27th ~ VOTE KIT HICKEY

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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 35

Taoist Tai Chi™: finding stillness - building strength. In a
world sometimes gone mad, it can be a challenge to look
after physical health and to manage stress so the mind can
occasionally rest peacefully and enjoy life.
Taoist Tai Chi™ can help. It provides a full workout for both
body and mind and offers preventive maintenance for
mental and physical health. Often called a “moving
meditation” Taoist Tai Chi™ offers stress relief through a
specific sequence of graceful movements designed for
health improvement. The tai chi moves are soft and gentle,
There When You Need Us. so people of all ages can participate, but the moves are
deceptively powerful. Practice can build strength, improve
circulation, increase flexibility, reduce pain and improve
balance. Invest in your health. Join us for a beginner class
in Saint John, Hampton, Quispamsis or Rothesay starting
the week of September 13th.
The first class is an information session. Check classifieds
in this issue for dates and times. For Information:
Alyson Middleton Richard Arbeau Tina Hallett Bruce VanWart
Executive Assistant Branch Manager Sales Advisor Sales Advisor; Voicemail - 658-9854. 804

HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS • LIFE Once again, the Summer Reading Club has had a fun-filled
seven weeks at the Kennebecasis Public Library. A grand
848-6060 total of 406 children registered this year and read a
combined total of 5761 books! Great job everyone!
We had a terrific time this summer as we travelled the
3A Landing Court, Quispamsis, NB E2E 4R2 world and learned all about other cultures. Our end of
summer party on August 17th was also a great success.
Without the support of many people, however, our party
would not have been the same. We would like to
wholeheartedly thank those corporations who have so
generously made donations to our party. We received
donations from Canadian Tire, Dairy Queen, Kent, Ken-Val
Co-Op, Great Canadian Dollar Store, McPhee’s Home
Bakery, McDonald’s, Staples Business Depot, and Tim
Rodney Weston – MP for Saint John Hortons. Thank you from the staff of the Kennebecasis
Public Library, and from all the children who took part in
Rob Moore – MP for Fundy Royal the 2010 Summer Reading Club. We would also like to
Invite You and Your Family to a free thank the Multicultural Association of Saint John, Abegail
and Eden Luago, Doug Boyer, and Sheila Croteau for
providing us with amazing musical performances at our
Community BBQ party.
Even though our summer of adventure and sight-seeing
has come to an end, we want to encourage everyone to keep
reading throughout the
school year. All summer
reading club members did
Cassidy Lake
an amazing job this year and Boarding Kennel
we hope see everyone again “Where Pets are Always Happy to Come & Stay”
next summer!
So until we see you again in Brand new
summer 2011, keep reading, facility for
boarding Cats
Friday, September 17, 2010 keep adventuring, and keep
& Dogs.
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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 36

Illegal dumps have no boundaries. In New Brunswick they
can be found along public roads, near streams, on private Allen & Pamela McLeod
property, along railroad lines, and other out-of-the-way would like to announce
places. the up-coming
Illegal dumping is misplaced solid waste and raises wedding of their daughter
concerns over safety, property values and quality of life. It is Tricia McLeod
also referred to as ‘open dumping’, ‘fly dumping’, to
‘midnight dumping’, and ‘wildcat dumping’, because
materials are often dumped in open areas, from vehicles Kirk LeBlanc
and, at times - late at night. on Sept 18, 2010
An examination of the literature suggests economics and at the Hampton Legion.
low risk are factors affecting decisions to illegally dump. Open Dance at 8pm
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 SUSSEX TOASTMASTERS
environmental risks. Sussex Toastmasters welcomes anyone interested in learning
If you are aware of an illegal dump site, please contact the about Toastmasters to join us at the Sussex Middle School on
“Illegal Dump Hotline”, or use another avenue, should you Tuesday, September 14th at 7:00pm. For more information
prefer, being sure to provide sufficient information as to contact Faith McMillan at 432-0077. 500
location: Toll-Free 1-877-777-4218; Fax (506) 847-1369; E-
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
CARD PARTIES IN LOWER MILLSTREAM (new) toll-free number at: (877) 352-4497. 803
Auction 45's cards every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm at the
Lower Millstream Hall (Rte 880/875). The cost to play is TURKEY SUPPER IN SUSSEX CORNER
$4.00/person and includes a 50/50 ticket and lunch. Come St. John’s United Church at Sussex Corner will be holding
bring your friends and have a fun evening. 505 their annual Turkey Supper on Wednesday, September 29th
from 3:30-6:30pm. 321

The Voice of Middle Class Families
Julie Drummond believes in working hard for her community. She and her husband Gary have four children and
they understand the needs and concerns of everyday New Brunswickers.
While her children were in elementary school, Julie was active with the Hammond River Valley Elementary School
Hot Lunch and Reading Programs. She was also a School Board member, a member of her area’s Local Service
District Advisory Committee, Financial Secretary for Saint Anthony’s Church, and a volunteer at local blood donor
Julie has been employed at the Saint John Airport for the past 11 years. She is the current unit chair of Local 5319,
United Steelworkers of America. Her union involvement has allowed Julie to take part in leadership and development
retreats. She is also a proud supporter of Canada’s Armed Forces and mother of a son who has served for his country
in Afghanistan.
Julie is looking forward to being a part of Roger Duguay’s team as they spread the message around the province
that the New Democrats can be trusted to make a difference!
Julie is ready to stand up for middle class families.
The voters of Hampton Kings deserve an MLA who is dedicated to serving their needs.
Julie Drummond will work to ensure our young people have opportunities right here in Kings County. She
wants to see our economy strengthened, and our government held accountable.
Join in the excitement, be a part of Julie’s team, as the New Democrats show New Brunswick what
responsible leadership is all about. Authorized by the Official Agent for Julie Drummond

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 37

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1356 Rte 845, Clifton Royal NB, E5S 2B9, Phone 763- St. Paul’s Anglican Church invites you to
2009 a special celebration service to
Mondays - Legion meeting the first Monday of commemorate 200 years of Anglican
each month, new members welcomed (anyone
may become a member), membership not a
worship in the Hampton Area
requirement to be a volunteer. Sunday, September 19, 2010
Sundays - 7:30pm, Cribbage. For more 2 o’clock
information contact Joe Stack at 763-2959.
Sunday, September 12th - next Vets & Friends at Guest Speaker
Kennebecasis Branch #58. The Most Rt. Rev. Bishop Claud Miller
Saturday, September 18th & Monday, September 20th -
elections New Brunswick Advance Poll. Followed by Afternoon Tea
Monday, September 27th - Elections New Brunswick. Please join us!
Peninsula Pearls meet the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month
at 12:00noon for lunch. New members welcomed - if
interested call Claudia Small 763-2587.
To reserve the Hall call Doreen Stack at 763-2959 and/or
Meahgan Hickey at 763-2665, or e-mail 105 Mike Saunders, Prop.
Licensed Mechanic
The Sears store in Saint John hopes to raise $10,000 for kids'
cancer, as part of a national fundraising initiative. The Sears Licensed Motor Vehicle Inspection Station
National Kids Cancer Ride will be making its way through
New Brunswick next month. On Thursday, September 9th 379 Cumberland Road, Lakeside
more than 40 riders will depart Vancouver and cycle over
Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm
7,000 km relay style across the country. They will visit the 832-0256 (SHOP)
Sears Saint John store September 21st & 22nd, on their way 654-0962 (CELL)
to the Halifax finale September 23rd.
“We are so grateful to everyone who is involved in this
important fundraising initiative,” said Robbie Shaw,
President & CEO, IWK Health Centre Foundation.
“Community support makes a huge difference at the IWK. PROMOTIONALS
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shaving, book sales, penny drives,
raffles and more. Efforts wrap up with a
g o l f t o u r n a m e n t o n S u n d a y,
September 19th at Rockwood Park Golf
C o u r s e . To r e g i s t e r f o r t h e
tournament, learn about other
activities, or to make a donation to
Sears Saint John fundraising efforts,
please call Karen Higgins at 632-3630
ext 222.
This year’s national goal is to raise
$1.5 million to help improve the lives of
children living with cancer, as well as
those recovering from the physical and
emotional scars that can be part of
survivorship. Money raised is used to
fund national and provincial pediatric
hematology and oncology research
programs, including those offered by
the IWK Health Centre.
For more information on the ride, visit

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 39

The Fundy Gardeners Exhibition will take place on Wednesday,
September 8th, 7:00pm at the St. James the Less Church (1760
Rothesay Road, Rothesay). All are welcome.
For more information please visit


50 Perry Street, Sussex 433-8480;
The Centre is open Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm (unless
otherwise noted) - memberships are available at $20/person/year.
Hall rental is available by calling 433-8480.
Monday, September 6th-Sunday, September 12th - closed, Balloon
Monday, September 13th, 20th & 27th - 9:00am, games, cards, chat,
darts, art class with Fred Harrison; 9:30am, Shuffleboard.
Tuesday, September 14th, 21st, 28th - 9:00am, games, cards, chat,
darts; 10:00am, rughookers; 12:00noon, soup & sandwich ($5.00);
STARTING A 1:30pm bingo for members.
Wednesday, September 15th, 22nd - 9:00am, games, cards, chat,
darts; 10:00am, fitness class; 3:30pm, closed.
NEW BUSINESS? Wednesday, September 29th -9:00am, games, cards, chat, darts;
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Thursday, September 16th, 23rd, 30th - 9:00am ,games, cards, chat,
darts; 9:30am, Bridge, Shuffleboard; 1:30pm, Tai Chi ($5.00).
Friday, September 17th - 9:00am, games, cards, chat, darts; 1:00pm,
Jam Session, 4:00pm, Pot Luck.
Friday, September 24th - 9:00am, 9:00am games, cards, chat, darts;
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Donations to the Trust Fund may be made at the TD Bank in
Sussex. 510

We would like to take this opportunity
to say thank you to all who attended
our house warming.
We especially want to thank “Smoke House”, Hampton High School
as this night wouldn’t have been
successful with out you. September 21, 23, 28 & 30
Thanks to all who brought gifts and October 5,6,12 & 14
refreshments. Your presence was a
gift in itself. 6pm to 9:07pm
P.S. Billy had a great 40th as well. 432-6299
Thank You
Billy & Wendy
Moss Glen Janet Fowler / Wanda O’Donnell
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 40
The Hampton Under 12 AA Boys team finished second in the
Southern Region New Brunswick Soccer League regionals,
losing to Charlotte County in penalty kicks during the
championship game Wednesday after an overtime period.
Serving Kingston, Hampton & surrounding areas.
Heading into the regionals, the team’s record was 11-1-0 with
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Thomas Williams, Gregor MacKenzie, Thomas
VanWart, Sam King, Logan Perry, Alexander Corsinetti,
Andrew Lawrence and head coach Peter Williams.
Absent from the photo: Ben Gesner.


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towards the HHS EnviroFair Legacy
This four-course banquet
highlights the 'Locavore' food movement which brings
attention to where we get our foods, and stresses how we
should be trying to stay as local as we possibly can. The menu
includes: Soup - Borscht; Salad - red & green leafed salad with
an abundance of local veggies; Entrée - chicken breast,
potato, and local vegetables from our Hampton Community
Garden; Desert - Pumpkin
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Hill Manufacturing Ltd
Don’t forget to attend the Sales & Service Call Gordon Keddy
1342 Route 870 EnviroFair on Saturday, PHONE: (506) 432-5184
Belleisle Creek, NB
E5P 1H4
September 25th, free We sell the best ... FAX: (506) 432-9447
(506) 485-1994 admission, 11:00am to we service the rest.
Toll Free 1-866-606-6158 3:00pm at HHS. 122
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 41
Parkinson Society Maritime Region now has seven
chapters/support groups in New Brunswick. "You are not
To find the one nearest you call 1-800-663-2468. 833

CARPENTER, Helen Isabel
The death of Helen Carpenter
of Hampton, widow of Clarence
Carpenter, occurred August
14, 2010 at Kings Way Care
Centre, Quispamsis. She was
born at Chipman, daughter of
the late Leslie and Bella
(Carlin) Glenn. Survived by
one daughter, Beverley Good
(John) of Hampton; one son
Frederick Carpenter (Paolien)
of Saint John; one stepson
Raymond (Alice) Carpenter of
Campbell River, BC; one sister,
Juanita Ladd, Moncton, one
brother, Otty Glenn (Phyllis) of
Chipman; five grandchildren
Kim (J.P.) Good-Quinn, Brenda Good, Darlene Good, Joselyn
(Troy) Lawrence and Gaia Carpenter and six great
grandchildren, Morgan and Mason MacDonald, John and
Vanessa Quinn, Jamie and Jenna Lawrence. Helen was
predeceased by four sisters, Bernice McLeod, Tillie Boyd,
Muriel Boyd, Ferne Stevens and three brothers Hollie,
Everette, and Vernon Glenn.
The funeral was held August 17, 2010 from Reid’s Funeral
Home, Hampton, to Chipman United Church. Rev. Betty-
Jean Friedman officiated and was assisted by Rev. Brenda
Schyf. The organist was Marjorie Price and the soloist was
Alicia Johnston. Words of Remembrance were shared by
granddaughter, Darlene Good. Psalm 23 was read by
43 Railway Ave granddaughter, Kim Good-Quinn. The pallbearers were:
Lawrence Boyd, Lloyd Boyd, Lesile Boyd, Glenn Ladd, Troy
Lawrence and Peter McGrath. The honourary pallbearers
Your Friendly Neighborhood Pub were: Kayla Boyd, Phillipe Gourley, Clayton Boyd, Dale Glenn,
with Violet Austin, Maissie Chase and Doreen Chase. Interment
took place in Red Bank United Church Cemetery, Chipman. A
Good food! Good times! reception followed the interment in the church hall. 102

Good people! OPEN HOUSE

Tues & Thurs Nights - 40 Wings ¢
Howard Hutchinson’s
75th Birthday
Friday Nights – DJ
September 11, 2010
Open Sundays 2-4pm
at 166 Route 100,
Nauwigewauk, NB
Quick Lunches
New Kitchen Staff Best Wishes Only.
Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 42
The Salina Kirk United Church (Salt Springs Road) will be “WHERE NICE MATTERS”
holding a Singspiration on Sunday, September 26th at 7:00pm.
Come join us for an evening of special music including your Your Hometown Team
favourite hymns. Guests taking part in the Singspiration Office 433-5227
include: Don Flewelling, Ruth Lisbirel, Marie Short, The
Harrington Family, The Trecartins, Herb Isbill and others. 1040 MAIN STREET SUSSEX,
This event is being held in support of the Outreach program
and offering received will be used to assist people in need. 520


The Apohaqui-Lower Millstream Recreation Council will be
sponsoring their annual Turkey Supper on Sunday, September
26th from 3:30-6:30pm at the Apohaqui Recreation Centre
6 Kelly St. Lakeside 6 Creek Rd. Berwick
(Jones’ Memorial Park Road). The menu includes: turkey, $105,000 $99,900
homemade rolls, pickles and choice of apple or pumpkin pie.
Cost for the supper is $10/adults, $5/children 6-12; pre- Nestled in the trees Mini home on full foundation
schoolers eat for free. Mini home on full foundation 2 + 3 bedrooms, mud room
There will also be bake and craft tables. 820 Covered deck, Shed Detached garage, 1 acre.
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Greyhound Pets of Atlantic Canada invite everyone and their
dog(s) to their 2nd annual Greyhound Planet Day All-breed
Celebration which will be held at Centennial Park (Moncton),
upper picnic area (Dog Park entrance) on Sunday, September
19th from 12:00noon-3:00pm. 235 McArthur Rd. Wards Creek 208 Church Ave. Sussex
The afternoon will include: Fundraisers - BBQ, silent auction $157,000 $135,000
table, bake sale, “bone” walk. Doggone Fun - hotdog bobbing, Looking for Privacy! Stocked ponds 4 bdrs. 1.5 baths, Sunporch!
talent contest, look-a-like contest - all breeds; For the kids - Unique 2 bdr. Chalet. 4.5 acres
Beautiful backyard, Deck!
game: musical greyhounds, colouring sheet; Rainbow bridge - Self sufficient Solar Power, Wind
Generator Tons of Potential!
Bring a photo of a special friend and light a candle in their
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honour; vendors, animal professionals, St. John Ambulance
Dog Therapy Program.
All breeds are welcome! No admission fee! We are Greyhound STUNNING VIEW!
Pets of Atlantic Canada - to adopt a Greyhound visit WATERFRONT PROPERTY!; E-mail:; or
call 869-8884. 823

Route 121, Riverbank 147 Millbrook Rd.

AL-ANON/ALATEEN HELP $68,500 $289,900
If your home is unhappy because someone drinks too much we
can help you. Al-Anon/Alateen family group - 8.5 Acres! Imagine the Possibilities! Beautiful 4 bdr. Detached garage Message manager number 634-8779. A Definite Must See!! Set on 1.43 acres with view.
All information strictly anonymous. 809 Your chance to own waterfront! Minutes to town! Must See!
MLS SJ102236 Lisa 434-2176 MLS SJ103740 Faith 432-0077
Osprey Adventures says
THANK-YOU to all our
customers for a great paddling

FALL HOURS: Open everyday until

Sept. 6; from Sept. 7-Oct. 11 open 2992 Rte 121 Apohaqui 41 First St. Sussex Corner
Weekends/Mon & Wed by $149,900 $59,900
Side by Side Duplex, 1800 sq. ft Well maintained mini home.
1075 Main Street, Hampton, N.B. Enjoy family and the fall colours Walkout basement with garage 3 bdrs. deck, shed
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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 43

Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. On Sunday, September 19th the Nauwigewauk Community
Club will be holding a NCC Minor Ball Reunion. The fun will
start at 2:00pm with pick-up soft ball games at the field,
followed by a put luck supper and corn boil at 5:00pm in the
Bring some old photos and trophies along too for display!
Please spread the word to all former players and coaches. For
more information call Brad at 333-4530. 127


Hi guys, gals, young & old - after a short recess we are ready to
SOPHIE 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
We are looking for your support to get this rolling again! For
more information please call: Ken Warner at 672-8002. 815


EMMA A “Balloon Fiesta Breakfast” will be held at St. Paul’s United
Church (Morrison Avenue, Sussex) on Saturday, September
SOPHIE is one of the six abandoned tabbies, 11th from 7:30-10:00am. The menu includes: scrambled eggs,
"Munchkins" that we advertised a few issues back. She is sausages, hash browns, toast, donuts, tea/coffee, milk and
now 14 weeks old and cute as a button. Full of mischief juice. Cost of the breakfast is $6.00/adults and
and fun she plays very well with her two siblings (also $3.00/children under 10.
female) that are still with us at the Sanctuary. This breakfast fundraiser is sponsored by St. Paul’s
Scouting. 518
EMMA is one of two kittens that came our way. She's a
beautiful 12 week old tortie with exceptionally beautiful
eyes and markings. She was a little shy when she first
came to the Sanctuary, but she got over that quickly. She GIRL GUIDES REGISTRATION
plays well with the three "Munchkins" and they have Registration for Girl Guides in the Hampton
accepted her completely. area will take place: Nauwigewauk & Hampton -
Saturday, September 11th from 10:00am-
Both of these two kittens are in a foster home and being 12:00noon at the Hampton Middle School;
well loved and looked after. However, they need a Upham & area - Tuesday, September 14th from
permanent home. If interested in either one or both, 6:30-7:30pm at the Hammond River Valley
please call us to make an appointment to meet them. Elementary School; Kingston - Monday, September 13th at
7:30pm at the Kingston Parish Hall.
Leaders are still needed for Nauwigewauk and Kingston
Sparks, and Hampton Brownies. Please contact Beth
Middleton at 832-1103 if you are interested. 121
Cats are ready for new homes
Animals for Adoption:
The adoption fee for cats in our care is $100.00, which includes:
Reaching over 40,000 homes across
+ Two veterinary examinations
Treatment for worms, ear-mites, fleas
Southern New Brunswick every two weeks!
+ Nail clip The Hampton Herald
+ Vaccinations with booster Delivered free to 7,280 homes in Nauwigewauk, Hampton,
+ Neuter/Spay Bloomfield, Norton, Kingston Peninsula, Hatfield Point,
+ 30-day health guarantee
Belleisle, Belleisle Creek, Barnesville, Upham, Titusville, Kars
Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. is a registered non-profit charitable organization Smithtown,Wickham.

Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc.

P. O. Box 4816, Sussex, NB, E4E 5L1
Phone: (506) 433-1256
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By Debbie Hickey Community Classifieds
We recently spent a few days vacationing in PEI with our MOTHER OF 2 HAS OPENING FOR FULL/PART TIME or after school
daughter and granddaughter. When our girls were young we care in my home. Quispamsis bus route, non-smoking home. Please call
went to the Island every other summer, and the opposite year 847-4591 or email to
went elsewhere. Since our girls have grown, this is the first EMPLOYMENT
time in many years that we had gone. Carmen was an absolute MOMS HELPING MOMS WORK from home. Free website, unlimited
joy. Never a complaint or a whine, just soaking up the new support, computer required.
experiences with a big smile. WANT TO WORK IN A RELAXED ATMOSPHERE? Come work for Senior
Rainbow Valley was a family staple when visiting PEI, but alas home in Hampton. First Aid/CPR a must. Call Krissy, 832-4051.
it is no more. We did go to Sandspit and to the new Shining ENTERTAINMENT
Waters parks, however - this was mostly Carmen's vacation. MARIE SHORT COUNTRY CONCERT, Saturday Sept. 11, 7:00pm,
For those of you not familiar, both are amusement parks with Belleisle Community Centre (Springfield). Featuring Herb Isbill along
many of the same attractions as at the Ex, but in a beautiful with our other regulars and special guests, Allison Inch, Matt Hayes,
green setting. The weather was perfect, sunny and not too Joe Ness/Brenda McLaughlan, Vera DeAmbrose, Ralph and Lynn
hot. With few exceptions Carmen was tall enough for the Henderson. This is a special tribute concert to celebrate HERB and
adult rides at Sandspit and she was eager to try them. She LORRAINE'S upcoming induction to the NBCMHF. Admission $10.00 at
chose the Tilt-A-Whirl for her first "big kid" ride with her the door.
mother. The inventor of the ride designed it "to provide FIREWOOD
amusement apparatus wherein the riders will be moved in TIRED OF GETTING THE WRONG size wood? Fire wood cut to
general through an orbit and will unexpectedly swing, snap specification. Call Doug 763-3486 or 333-5843.
from side to side or rotate without in any way being able to FIREWOOD FOR SALE, fresh cut. Call Ken Northrup, 832-4326, leave
figure what movement may next take place in the car." message.
As the ride began, Carmen looked a little apprehensive; as it 8' LENGTHS OF HARDWOOD FOR SALE, MAPLE, 10% birch. 432-0560
continued she began to scream, truly afraid; by the end of it before 9:00pm.
she was hesitantly smiling. She went on to enjoy several "kid" MAPLE AND BEECH, CUT, SPLIT AND DELIVERED. 832-0685.
rides (merry-go-round and such) and the Scrambler, which
SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD dry, seasoned, split firewood, delivered.
she loved. She then asked to go on the Tilt-A-Whirl again. Her Call 485-2349.
mother hesitated, but Carmen was sure. This time she
enjoyed it. By the third and fourth time she loved it and when Birch, Hampton and surrounding area. 832-2513.
given the opportunity for one final ride before we left she
FIREWOOD CUT, SPLIT, DELIVERED. Custom lengths available,
again chose the Tilt-A-Whirl. From total terror to total joy in
$230+ per cord depending on delivery area, Good cords guaranteed
one afternoon. 763-2560.
There is much to learn from a 4 year old mastering the terror
of a new experience, converting it to pure joy. She was
5416 or 651-8693.
determined not to be defeated and quickly learned the
balance between fear and fun. New experiences can scare the FOR RENT
pants of any of us, but if we don't push past that we can never APARTMENT FOR RENT - heated, stove, fridge. Call 832-5554 or 832-
get to the moments of pure joy on the other side. "Never let 3151.
the fear of striking out get in your way." ~ Babe Ruth. 801 COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR LEASE, 380 sqft., 1031 Main Street,
Hampton. Lower level, ample parking, signage space available, will be
fitted to suit tenant. Utilities included, ideal for office, physiotherapy,

Thank You
esthetician, hair salon or barber shop. Contact: Wayne Law, 653-1957.
ONE BEDROOM, HEATED APARTMENT suitable for single person;
stove, fridge, washer, located in quite area in central Hampton. Private
driveway and entrance, non-smoking, no pets. $500.00/month,
Terry Sparks and his family of Stewarton, Kings Co. available immediately. Call 832-7658.
want to thank the Belleisle Valley volunteer SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, NEWLY RENOVATED inside and outside,
firefighters and Sussex RCMP officer Cpl O'Connell, in the country on the beautiful Kingston Peninsula. Open concept, very
for their assistance during his Cardiac arrest on 12th Aug 2010. private, matured gardens, trees/shrubs, detached single garage and
detached office/studio. $950.00/month, phone 506-650-7862 (leave
Without their involvement in this emergency, name & phone number). Serious inquiries only.
he would not be here to appreciate their outstanding FOR SALE
contributions to our community. ELLIPTICAL TRAINER, EXCELLENT CONDITION, $50.00. Buyer must
Again, thank you. pick up. Hampton area, 943-0204.

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 45

holds up to 800lbs and lifts up to 8'. Good CRAFTMANSHIP. RV's, boat covers, recovering motor homes, farm machinery. I pay you cash.
condition, $1,500.00 OBO. 485-7778. & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, Call 721-4255.
CONDITION, asking $100.00. Call 832-4681. MARITIME RIGGING & INDUSTRIAL accepting clients. Offering foot care in the
NOTICES PRODUCTS: Traction chains, winches, hoists, comfort of your own home in Hampton and
WE, JOSEPH KANE & SPOUSE OF KINGSTON, rope, netting, tarps, shelters. Wire rope, web & surrounding areas. For proper foot care and
NB, heirs and successors to a Loyalist Grant chain assemblies for lifting, towing & securing details, call Shirley at 832-2126, Registered
1783 by King George III, Charter issued by loads. Health, safety, janitorial, welding & with Blue Cross.
Queen Victoria year 1859 registered in hydraulic products. Truck caps & accessories. PIANO LESSONS AVAILABLE in Hampton and
Fredericton, NB as no. 9098 and a grant of land Hampton 832-1198 Mon-Sat anytime. Bloomfield Station at $13.00 per half hour
issued by the Court of Chancery year 1871 lesson for ages 7+. Call David McCready 832-
registered as Grant no. 11, surveyed and laid 2514.
information session and first class, Wednesday
out by 4 surveyors appointed by the Court, PID
evening, Sept. 15, St. Alphonsus Hall, FRESH HOME CARPET & UPHOLSTERY
No. 0159566 have had our Riparian Rights
Hampton, 6:30pm. A body/mind workout for CLEANING, we get rid of spots and odors!
violated and exploited.
maintaining health. For information: Always free scotchguard, guaranteed service.
PETS H a m p t o n 6 5 7 - 9 4 6 9 o r, voicemail: 658-9854.
all colours, long and short hair. 432-6911.
Carpentry, kitchens, bath, painting, ceramic LARGE PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE NOW for
PRAYERS tile, electrical etc. Over 20 years experience. male or female at Whitehall Special Care Home.
PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (never Free estimates. Call Brian 839-2296. 24 hour care in a friendly, homey setting. 832-
known to fail). O Most Beautiful Flower of 0241.
FREE PICK UP of junk cars, trucks, tractors
Mount Carmel. Fruitful Vine, Splendour of HANDYMAN - GENERAL CARPENTRY and
Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, and farm equipment. Small fee for appliances
and small scrap. 763-2933 or 333-9067. home repair - no job’s too small, including
Immaculate Virgin assist me in my Necessity. O home maintenance for seniors. Call 432-4904.
Star of the Sea, help me and show me you are LAWN GROOMERS - IF YOU LOOK GOOD, WE If no answer please leave message with phone
my mother. O Holy Mary Mother of God, Queen LOOK GOOD. Lawn mowing, mulching,
number or call 434-3830 cell.
of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you raking, whipper snipper, flower beds, lime and
from the bottom of my heart to secure my fertilizer. Free estimates, seniors discount. Call RITE WAY CLEANERS is looking for more
necessity (make request). There are none who 832-2844 or 639-8485. clients in the Hampton and surrounding areas.
can withstand your power. O Mary conceived Services offered: general house cleaning,
without sin, pray for us who have recourse to MATURE BUSINESSMAN LOOKING TO decluttering, organizing etc., also accepting
thee (3 times), O Mary, I place this cause in HOUSE SIT for the winter months. Non- commercial clients. Free estimates. 832-3894.
your hands (3 times). Say this prayer for 3 smoker, Non-drinker, very reliable and SHRINK WRAP BOATS, YACHTS, CARS,
consecutive days, then publish it & it will be dependable, no worries while you're away. 647- BUILDINGS and freight. Call for free estimate,
granted. C.M. 8777.
NEW PRICE $259,900, Garden Home, 5 Merritt garage floors, pool decks, front steps, walkways.
car batteries, lawn mowers, washers & dryers,
Hill Rd, Quispamsis (end of Gondola Point Rd), Residential, business, concrete or wood. Call pots & pans, scrap metal etc. Open 7 days a
superlative water views, John Hart Bruce, 693-7730. week, 187 French Village Road. Phone 847-
Construction, see, THE READING ROOM is now accepting 3569.
ID#118248 or call 847-1243. applications for Fall course. Learn to read and VEHICLES
RECYCLING BIN write in English using Phonics. Adult students
KENMORE 30" ELECTRIC STOVE, WHITE. welcome. Contact Melanie Atkinson B.Sc.Ed., slides, immaculate, many options, $48,000.00
832-3081. Instructor. Call 832-3112 or email
OBO. 832-4896.
BRAND NEW CLOTHESLINE POLE. 672-7927. to register for the
2010/2011 season. Course begins Sept. 14. 2004 PONTIAC MONTANA, GOOD WORKING
CHEST FREEZER IN WORKING CONDITION, CONDITION, air, loaded, extended wheel base,
provide own transportation and manpower. TIME TO WINTERIZE ALL MAKES AND good winter tires, 240,000kms, $4,500.00
Lady's small antique armchair. 832-7244. MODELS of boats, engines and outboards. Call
OBO. 433-9116, 512-0247.
SERVICES OFFERED for free estimate, 693-4187.
SERVICE, junk, garbage, construction, L OOKING FOR CRAF TERS FOR A
commercial, brick, blocks, stonework,
demolition, brush, decks, small moving jobs. 7 CHRISTMAS CRAFT sale on November 13 at
chimney's, repointing. Free estimates call Brent
Lancaster Legion. $10 a table, phone Karen
at 847-5126. cell 333-0449. days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles.
NEEDING SOME RENOVATIONS DONE? Or 832-3982 or 653-0026.
building new? 15 years experience, quality work HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential,
only. Also custom furniture made for you. Call commercial, recreational, restyling and TILLERS, snowblowers in need of repair. 832-
433-4779. 4905.
customization. Trust your furniture to the
ENGAGED? WEDDINGS AND RENEWALS. professionals. The most training and experience LARGE AMOUNT OF MANURE. Call 832-4923.
When, where, and how you wish. Booking now in the Kennebecasis. Serving you for 30 years. CARS, TRUCKS WANTED FOR JUNK, quick
for 2010 and 2011. Call Janet. 847-9833. Offering project classes. 849-8008. pick up, 7 days a week. 653-0026.

Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 46

Call Ossekeag Publishing GODDARD’S PLUMBING & HEATING
Sales/Repairs/Heat/Well Pumps
UV Lights & Water Conditioners
to book your space! Certified in-floor Radiant Heating
Back Flow Prevention Tester
Phone 432-5199 Fax 432-6475
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Hampton Herald – September 7, 2010 47
It’s about trust...

Bev’s Priorities for Hampton-Kings

Completion of Hampton Roundabout,
Town Square and Pickwauket Road
Supporting and maintaining
community halls in rural areas
Cease licensing for storage of
underground natural gas
Return of full ferry service
Completion of the Belleisle
Community Playing Field
Move forward with the Norton
GeoPark Interpretation Centre and
Municipal Building
Progressive Conservative Party Focus on rural roads, yellow lines and
brush cutting
of New Brunswick

On September 27th
Vote Bev Harrison
Putting New Brunswick first... for a change
Residents of Norton, join Bev and Bruce Northrup at the Norton Municipal Building on
Wednesday, September 15th from 7pm - 8pm for an informal meet and greet.
Bev and Bruce look forward to chatting with you.
Campaign Headquarters: 260 Main Street, Hampton 832-3130
Authorized by the Official Agent for Bev Harrison