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RAVINGS
By Mike Hickey
“BLANK”
So what do you do when your mind is just a blank and it is
time to write a Ravings!!! A number of things are going on,
but are still a little too fresh at this point to write about. ey
need to simmer and stew a bit before serving up to the public.
Many years ago (nine maybe) I was able to use a brilliant article
by an Australian writer on how to get your adult children to
move out of the house. It was very witty and funny as heck!!!
Unfortunately, getting good substitute writers to ll in for you is
pretty hard to do. at Musings lady has oered to ll in from
time to time, but I wouldn’t want her stu printed anywhere. So
... out of desperation I called upon my best friend to see if he
might be able to help me out and being the good boy that he is
… he said WOOF!!! So here he is!!
Hi there, my name is e Jet, and I belong to a wonderful man
called Mikie. I also live with a strange little old lady, who has
this even stranger liking for three fat creatures that I have to
share the house with. Mikie is my best friend ‘cause he doesn’t
like those fat creatures either!! Mikie is so wonderful because ...
“Hey that’s not a full dish” ... “You got to put more food in there
than that!!!” “ You could stand to lose a few pounds yourself!!”
If he wasn’t my best friend, why, I would gladly chew his leg o.
Even when they are on a diet, the fat creatures get three meals a
day and I only ever get two!! What about that, big shot friend??”
Although, Mikie is a real tight wad with the kibble, he does
regularly take me for walks in the woods. I love walking in the
woods!! “Hey slow poke ... why are you stopping and just looking
at trees?? I have squirrels to chase and I can’t just hang around
in one place while you snooze!!” I’d just leave and go o on
my own, but the coyotes might get him. More importantly, the
coyotes might get ME!! e kibble police can look aer himself!!
e other nice thing about Mikie is that in the winter time he
likes to light res. Don’t worry ... if the kibble doesn’t improve
the Fire Marshall is denitely getting a call. I just love sitting
right in front of the stove with a blazing re going. I am so happy
that I even let one of the fat creatures share some of the space.
“Hey Mikie ... the re is dying down ... get over here!!”
My best friend Mikie would be just about perfect if it wasn’t for
the Strange Lady and the Fat Creatures!!!
“anks Jet”. e end!! 800
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FREE PUBLIC PRESENTATION
Free public presentation with Professor Eli Diamond of Halifax:
Is Faith Important on Today’s University Campus will be held
on Monday, February 20
th
at 4:30pm in the UNB Saint John,
Hazen Hall lecture theatre.
is presentation is being hosted by interfaith Campus Ministry.
Reception to follow. All welcome. 601
ON THE COVER
T.O.P.S. DONATION
Local TOPS group sold tickets on a basket and $500 from
the fundraiser went to the Chicken Noodle Club, to help feed
children in the Saint John and surrounding areas by giving them
a good meal for the day. 723
Photo: Carol Green, TOPS leader 5242 presents the cheque to
Donnie Snook, Paige Giggy-Smith and Brandon Garnett.
LOCAL T.O.P.S. CHAPTERS
TOPS Club, Inc., an international weight-loss support group
(Take O Pounds Sensibly), town to help residents of Saint John
realize a healthier lifestyle, has regular meetings held locally
at: NB5248, Carleton Kirk West Saint John (Monday evenings,
weigh in at 6:00 and meeting 6:30pm); NB5247 Crescent Valley
in Saint John North (Carleton Kirk, 55 MacLaren Blvd., ursday
evenings with weigh in at 6:00 and meeting at 6:30pm); and in
Millidgeville (Seventh Day Adventist Church, 509 Woodward
Avenue with weigh-in from 6:00-6:03, meeting 6:30-7:30pm)
Your rst meeting is always free! For information on a chapter
near you please contact Donna or John Buckley at topscaptain@
yahoo.ca or call 849-0550. 727
SJ WINE FAIR
e Saint John Wine Fair will be held on
Saturday, February 25
th
at the Saint John Trade
& Convention Centre. Sip, socialize and support a
great cause! Once again this year, you’ll nd great
wine oerings, micro-breweries, hot and cold hors
d’oeuvres, the always popular chocolate fountain
and much more. Plus live entertainment from the
Saint John String Quartet!
Purchase tickets by phone 674-6195. Proceeds from the Saint
John Wine Fair support Canadian Red Cross programs in New
Brunswick. Must be 19 years or older to attend. 935
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Sundays: 1:00pm, “25¢ 50/50Bingo”, canteen
available. Doors open at 12:30pm. Everyone
welcome.
Mondays: Bingo, doors open at 5:30pm, Early Bird
games start at 6:30 and Regular games at 7:00pm.
Canteen available, everyone welcome.
Fridays: Meat Dart Shoot – register at 7:00 and
play at 7:30pm. Everyone welcome.
Saturday, February 25
th
– 3:30-6:30pm, Jed & Moe, no cover
charge. Everyone welcome.
For Hall rentals please contact eresa at 672-8012. 712
MARKET PLACE WELLNESS CENTRE
Growing as a community together
Market Place Wellness Center is a community Wellness Centre
that is located in the Carelton Community Centre, designed to
promote the health and wellness of the residents of the west side.
We oer a wide variety of programs (most of which are free) and
new programs are always in the works. Stop by and see us if you
have any questions on programs call 674-4335.
Specimen Collection - Tuesdays & Wednesdays 7:30am-2:30pm
by appointment only, please call 648-6681.
Food Bank - Tuesdays & Fridays 1:00-3:00pm.
Art for Seniors – ursdays 1:00-3:00pm.
Monthly Foot Care Clinic – every 3
rd
Wednesday, by appointment
657-2273.
Are you over 50 and want to be more active? Join our free classes
- Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00am at the Hope Centre and Fridays
from 2:00-3:00pm at the Carleton Community Centre. No
charge.
Food Purchase Club - for more information call West-674-4335.
One change (old North End) - 635-2035, Crescent Valley - 693-
8513, St. Joseph’s Community Health Centre - 632-5537
West Side Community Kitchen Program – free.
Social Development worker on site to answer questions,
Tuesday aernoons from 1:00-3:00pm. 720
RELAY FOR LIFE
Hi. My name is Kalyn and I just
signed up my team for the Grand
Bay-Westeld Relay For Life. Relay
is a powerful overnight event that
brings communities together
to celebrate cancer survivors,
remember loved ones lost and
ght back against cancer. I’m ghting for my papa, who battled
cancer and lost. Who are you ghting for?
To sign up your team or to get more information join us at on
Tursday, February 16
th
7:30pm at the Centrum in Grand Bay-
Westeld (Pamdenec room). For more information call Sheila
Burtt 757-2525 or Cathy Shannon 757-8891; or visit relayforlife.
ca.
See you at the Relay on June 8
th
. 726
COMMUNITY ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM
Free classes in Math & English, lower levels up to GED. Small
classes, mornings or aernoons, Monday-Friday. Start at your
own skill level, work at your own pace. e program will take
place at the Carleton Community Centre.
Call Jim Burns for more info at 658- 2815. 729
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LADIES VOLLEYBALL
Ladies Volleyball League plays at the Carlton Community
Centre on Sundays from 4:00-10:00pm (one hour play), for ages
18 and up. For more information contact Jennifer LeBlanc at
1-506-755-9081. 719
LANCASTER LEGION # 69
Wilson Street, Saint John, Phone 635-8095, www.rcl69.ca.
Tuesday, February 21
st
, 28
th
- 7:00pm, dance with
Delbert Worden in the Memorial Lounge.
Tuesday, February 14
th
– no entertainment.
Friday, February 17
th
, 24
th
– 9:00pm, Karaoke in the
Lower Bar with Norm Boucher.
Saturday, February 18
th
, 25
th
- 1:00pm, Dance with
Donny & Delbert in the Lower Bar.
Saturday, February 18
th
– 9:00pm-12:00mid-night, Dance with
Alberts Trio with Reg Gallant in the Upper Hall, $7person.
Sunday, February 19
th
– 8:00pm, Dance with Johnny & Sonny
in the Upper Hall.
Sunday, February 25
th
– 8:00pm, Dance with Albert & Sam in
the Upper Hall. 710
DONATION TO FRAUD-PREVENTION
PROGRAM
A $50,000 investment has been made by the New Brunswick
Securities Commission to support the ABC’s of Fraud program
oered by the Saint John Volunteer Centre, a United Way
member agency.
e ABC’s of Fraud is a free educational program available for
all types of groups and all ages. Presentations can be booked
throughout the province in either o cial language by contacting
the centre.
“Volunteers provide interactive and enjoyable presentations
about recognizing scams, preventing fraud and nding available
community resources,” said Marie LeBlanc and Sharon Stout,
program co-ordinators at the centre.
As an independent provincial Crown corporation, the
New Brunswick Securities Commission oversees the capital
markets in New Brunswick and regulates those that sell or
manage securities. Its mandate is to protect investors from
unfair, improper or fraudulent practices and to foster fair and
e cient capital markets and condence in capital markets. e
commission is funded by regulatory fees paid by those operating
in the investment industry including public companies, mutual
funds and more than 7,000 registered individuals and rms.
e Saint John Volunteer Centre is a clearinghouse for volunteer
resources, an agency of the United Way, serving Saint John and
beyond since 1973. Saint John Volunteer Centre: engaging
people to volunteer eectively in the community. 938
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ATV RIDERS
e Grand Bay-
Westeld ATV Riders
regular monthly
meetings are held the
2
nd
ursday of each
month at the Grand
Bay Centrum at 7:00pm. For Club
information please contact 757-8787
or visit the website at grandbay-
westeldatvriders.ca.
New members always welcome. 724
SOUTHFIELD SMELT FRY
e Southeld United Church (814
Rte 865) will be holding a Smelt
Supper (optional ham) on Saturday,
March 3
rd
from 4:00-6:00pm. Cost for
the supper is $10/adults, $5/children
under 12. To assist with parking
issues, two pick-ups will be oered –
one in Norton and one in Sussex.
Please phone 839-2326 or 839-2132
to place your orders. 808
SMORGASBORD AT ST JUDE’S
ere will be a delicious smorgasbord of delectable home
cooked food at St. Jude’s Anglican Church (319 Lancaster Street)
from 4:00-6:00pm on Saturday, February 18
th
. Admission $8/
adults, $4/children under 12. You are invited to come and enjoy
the hospitality and help yourself to a variety of delicious home
cooked dishes served buet style.
Contact 672-4301 for more information. 722
ST. PATRICK’S DINNER
Annual St. Patrick’s Day Beef Stew Dinner will be held on
Sunday, March 11
th
from 4:00-6:00pm at St. Matthew’s Church
in Grand Bay. Cost for the supper is $10/adults, $5/children,
$25/family (4). e dinner includes tea/coee, dessert, live
music, cake walk, 50/50, quilt draw.
All welcome. 721
ANNUAL PANCAKE
SUPPER
e Church of the Ascension ACW
is sponsoring their Annual Pancake
Supper at the Anglican Church
Hall in Apohaqui on Saturday,
February 18
th
from 3:30-6:00pm.
e menu includes: pancakes,
sausages, homemade beans, brown
bread, pickles and layer cakes for
dessert. Cost for the supper is $7/
adults, $3.50/children 6-12 and pre-
schoolers eat for free.
Everyone welcome. 806
KOC BRUNCH & CRIBBAGE
e Knights of Columbus (#9176) are now holding their Sunday
Brunches at St. Matthew’s Church – the fourth Sunday of each
month. 702
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they are beginners
or experienced
quilters. Join us at St.
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Operating on a same-day appointment basis;
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WEST BRANCH LIBRARY NEWS
Time for Tots - for children aged 18-36 months every ursday
morning at 10:30am.
Story Time - Friday mornings at 10:30am. Pre-registration is
not required.
Baby Sign – Sign up for a three week session to be held on
Wednesday, February 15
th
, 22
nd
& 29
th
at 10:30am.
Baby Sign
February Food Drive: e library will be collecting non-
perishable food items for the West Side Food Bank.
Book Sale: for the month of February.
Tuesday, February 14
th
- 2:30pm, Heritage Tea with Gary
Hughes, Curator of History & Technology, New Brunswick
Museum, who will give a presentation on the War of 1812. Tea
and refreshments.
Tursday, February 16
th
– 7:00pm, Mystery Book Club.
In the Gallery - paintings by Jay Melanson; In the Window -
carvings by Jay Melanson.
“Shake up the Break!”: We are getting ready to shake up March
Break with you, so Shake it up Saint John and nd your way into
West Branch Library March 3
rd
-10
th
.
Saturday, March 3
rd
– Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course
at the Library from 9:00am-3:30pm. Cost is $40 (cash or cheque
payable to Help Educational Services). Pre-registration is
required by calling 643-7260, space is limited. Bring your own
peanut free lunch and a teddy bear or doll. Participants will
receive the Canadian Red Cross Babysitter’s Manual and a wallet
card.
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- 9:00am-5:00pm; Wednesday & ursday - 9:00am - 8:30pm.
Drop into the West Branch Library (Lancaster Mall) or call
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Much of the focus when planning for retirement
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• Establish goals. Goals also motivate retirees to get
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• Donate time or money. Giving back to others,
whether to the community or to a charitable
organization, can feel good and give retirees some
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• Try new things. Part of goal-setting is to add things
to the list you’ve never done before, which can boost
feelings of excitement.
• Meet with people. Part of what makes work fulflling
is the opportunity to get out of the house and interact
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SINGLES & FRIENDS EVENTS
Singles and Friends will be hosting a dance on Saturday,
February 25
th
at the Br #69 Legion, Wilson Street W in Saint
John. Doors open at 8:30 and music by DJ will be from 9:00pm-
12:30am. Dance is open to anyone over the age of 19. Admission
is $5/members and $7/non-members. Check info line at 696-
1914 for update if weather is nasty.
Breakfast for Singles continues every Sunday 10:00am at Holly’s
Restaurant in Hampton and weekly volleyball on Wednesday
evenings 8:00-10:00pm at Rothesay Park Middle School (cost
$4) open to all adults - married or single.
e purpose of the Singles group is to organize activities for
single people to participate in and we welcome your input and
suggestions. Our phone line is 696-1914 for updates as to what is
happening and our email is singles696-1914@live.ca. 819
SNOW GOLF FUNDRAISER
It’s Golf Canadian Style - HSE proudly
presents the 10
th
Annual Snow Golf
Championship on Saturday, February 18
th
,
hosted by Midland Meadows Golf Course
in Norton, in support of the Children’s
Wish Foundation.
In 2011 HSE Snow Golf raised over $20,000 for the Children’s
Wish Foundation of New Brunswick. For many the tournament
has become a tradition and for others it has become a new way
to experience both winter and golf. No matter your ability you’re
sure to have a great time, so dig your clubs out of the garage and
get your team of four together for a round of golf you’ll never
forget.
For more information on rules and registration check out
snowgolf.ca. 814
KC HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING
e Kings County Historical & Archival Society, Inc., will hold
its next meeting on Saturday, February 25
th
at the Centennial
Building, 27 Centennial Road, Hampton, starting at 2:00pm.
e subject of the meeting will be the History of Rothesay. All
are welcome to attend. 803
H.O.P.E. CENTRE BINGO
St. Joseph’s Parish holds Bingo every ursday 6:45pm at the
HOPE Centre (4347 Loch Lomond Road). Jackpot $1000 in 49
numbers or less. 939
RENOVATE YOUR BODY
e Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism is oering Taoist Tai
Chi™ Beginner classes starting Saturday, February 18
th
. e
theme for this year’s practice is “Renovate your Body.” Our 12-
week program will help get you in shape for spring activities.
When the body feels exible, strong and balanced, and the
mind is simultaneously alert and relaxed, the spirit surely lis.
Join us for an introductory class to learn more about Taoist Tai
Chi™ internal arts. We practice in a friendly non-competitive
environment where all are welcome.
Beginner classes start Tuesday, February 21
st
10:00am at
7:00pm at the Assumption Centre in Saint John. e rst class
will provide some background, a demonstration of the set, a
question period and the opportunity to try some tai chi practice.
For information call 658-9854 or email saintjohn.nb@taoist.
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KV QUILT GUILD DONATION
On Tuesday January 10
th
Anna Marie Hutton, President of the
Kennebecasis Valley Quilt Guild, presented Christine Levesque,
Director of MindCare New Brunswick, with a cheque in the
amount of $1,742. ese funds were collected as part of the
2011 Quilt Show titled “Serendipity” through the Quilters Walk.
Many local charities have beneted from the generosity of the
KV Quilt Guild and from all those people who attend the annual
quilt shows.
e KV Quilt Guild members thank all those who attended the
quilt show and they look forward to seeing everyone at the 2012
show in September titled “It’s a Small World”. 805
SUPPER FOR H.O.P.E. CENTRE
In support of the H.O.P.E Centre a Pancake Supper will be held
on Tuesday, February 21
st
from 4:30-6:30pm at 4347 Loch
Lomond Road. Cost for the supper is $8/adults and $5/children.
950
RNS MUSICAL PRODUCTION
e students of Rothesay Netherwood
School invite you to join them as they
present, “Legally Blonde” e Musical.
Based on the Broadway hit show and box
o ce smash hit, “Legally Blonde” is a
hilarious comedy about a California girl
who heads to Harvard in search of love,
but ends up nding herself instead! e show runs Tursday,
Friday & Saturday, February 23
rd
, 24
th
& 25
th
at 7:30 pm in the
school’s éâtre Susan B. Ganong.
Tickets are $10 and available at the door, or may be reserved by
calling the School O ce at 847-8224. 816
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SJ MULTICULTURAL & NEWCOMERS CENTRE
Friday, February 17
th
– 3:00-4:00pm, Newcomer Information
Workshop - Let the Driver Examiner tell you how to be a safe
driver on the road. For more information contact Li Song -
642-1209(direct), 642-4242(main) or Email: li.song@sjmnrc.ca.
Saturday, February 18
th
- Career day for youth. Contact Karen
Casey, Youth Program O cer 642-1205 karen.casey@sjmnrc.ca
for more information and to register.
New students and volunteers are welcome at the Saint John
Multicultural and Newcomers Resource Center’s English
conversational classes. English classes are held on the 3
rd
& 4
th
oors of the City Market at the following times: Tuesdays from
4:30-6:00 and Wednesdays & ursdays from 10:30-12:00noon
and 4:30-6:00pm. Classes are also oered at Rothesay High
School in room 115 on Mondays & Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00pm.
Classes are held in Quispamsis at St. Mark’s Catholic Church
on Mondays from 10:30am-12:00noon. ese classes provide a
comfortable, informal setting for people to practice and develop
their English skills. Participants have an opportunity to carry on
discussions and meet new people from a wide range of cultures.
e center welcomes new students and volunteers to join our
growing groups.
e SJMNRC Employment Centre provides assistance for
newcomers interested in working SJ and the surrounding
community. Contact Mary Stack at 642-6464 or Mary.Stack@
sjmnrc.ca for more information.
Lunch en Français: Would you like an opportunity to practice
speaking French? Every Friday from 12:00noon until 1:00pm we
will host a French lunch, either at our centre or a local restaurant.
If you are interested in attending please contact Marie-Paule
Godin at 642-7265 or marie-paule.godin@sjmnrc.ca. 923
SAINT JOHN FREE SCHOOL!
Join us on Saturday, February 18
th
at the North End Community
Centre (195 Victoria Street) for our 3
rd
full day event! e Saint
John Free School wants to provide you with the opportunity to
share your knowledge and learn from others. Free meals, free
childcare, and musical entertainment are provided.
ere will be four sessions throughout the day, and each session
will have four classes running simultaneously. Class types
include “how-to”, lecture and/or discussion, physical activities,
and children’s activities.
For more information contact Jennifer Smith 608-3462,
sjfreeschool@gmail.com or visit the website at: sjfreeschool.ca.
954
March Break March Break
Ultimate Public Swims
Saturday and Sunday: 2:30-4:00pm
Monday to Friday (March 5-9) 1:30pm-3:00pm
Friday(March 9): 6:30-8:00pm
Tropical Swims
Monday and Wednesday (March 5 & 7) 7:00-8:00pm
Polar Flip ‘n Dip Camp
Monday to Friday (March 5-9) 8:30-4:30pm
(Early drop o and late pick up available)
Swim, skate, crafts, games and so much more!!!
Polar Fleece Sleep Over
Friday March 9th
(8:00pm-8:00am)
506 658-4715
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201 Union Street, Saint John - 652-2453
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SOME CRAZY DEALS ON ALL 2011 BIKE GEAR AS OUR
2012 STOCK COMES IN THE DOOR!
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JANUARY “PIC OF THE MONTH”
Congratulations to Alana Totton, Norton (Gutherie Road) who
submitted this photo of an old farmhouse in Mercer Settlement.
Alana has won a voucher to a local Subway for a foot long meal
deal. 823
ATTENTION AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS
is could be your chance to ‘click’ and ‘win’. Have you taken
that ‘nearly perfect’ photo – well, send it to us – it could be
chosen as Ossekeag Publishing’s “Pic of the Month”, sponsored
by participating Subway locations. e rst of each month we
will be choosing one photo, from those submitted during the
previous month, to be our “Pic of the Month” and the winner will
receive a voucher for a Footlong meal deal from participating
Subway locations.
Please visit our website (ossekeag.ca) for complete contest info
and rules.
Editor’s note – Don’t forget that you can submit ‘holiday/
seasonal’ aer Christmas.
Submission of photos authorizes Ossekeag Publishing the right
to print and display your photo (with photographer credit) in
any of our four publications, our yearly calendar, website and
Facebook group. If no photo of suitable quality is submitted,
judges can elect to choose no winner for that month. 821
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MARCH 17
th
2012 SIMPLY CALAIS
Shorter Day, Still a Bargain! Stop and shop at
all the hot spots in Calais, ME. Lunch included
at Kings Buet! $40.00 taxes Inc.
MAY 4
th
- MAY 25
th
2012 YOUR FLORIDA CONNECTION
SEPTEMBER 8
th
- 28
th
YOUR FLORIDA CONNECTION ENCORE
Making the beautiful waterfront Makai Beach Lodge your home for two weeks!
Your suite will feel just like a home with a private balcony , and kitchenette!
Nightly activities on site! Includes day trips to Daytona Flea Market, Daytona
Speedway, Disney World and much, much more!
Starting at just $1775.00 taxes Inc.
JULY 1
st
& JULY 7
th
2012 INTERNATIONAL TATTOO
Deluxe motor coach transportation, fabulous reserved seating all begins with a
spectacular meal! $149.00 taxes inc.
OCTOBER 12
th
-14
th
2012 NEW BRUNSWICK COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME
Deluxe motor coach transportation, two nights accommodation, show tickets, one
group meal! Great live entertainment! Starting at $280.00 taxes inc.
NOVEMBER 1
st
NOVEMBER 4
th
BETH MOORE CONFERENCE & SHOPPING
Living Proof Ministries Conference & shopping getaway in Kittery & Portland, ME.
Starting at $380.00 taxes inc.
Stay tuned for: NEW YEARS EVE FLORIDA EXPRESS, CHRISTMAS NASHVILLE
STYLE and MUCH more!
CONTACT FINNSWAY TOURS @ 506-672-6720 or nnswaytours@gmail.com
and check us out on facebook to book your tour!
Terry (Finn) Finnigan, Owner & Operator AND PLEASED TO BE YOUR DRIVER
Finnsway Tours Presents:
•Installation
Hardwood, Laminate, Engineered, Cork, Tile Floors,
and stairs (custom rounded treads).
•Sanding
Sand and nish all types of Hardwood ooring with a
Dust Containment system. Custom stains are also
available.
•Renovations
Kitchens, Bathrooms, and Basements from new drywall,
electrical wiring, plumbing to just a new paint job.
There is no job to small
Free Estimates
Call Kevin (506) 608-2368 for an
appointment today!
KENO’s Renovations
“Renovations with meticulous worksmanship”
KOC MINI-BINGO
e Fr. omas Beck Lancaster Council 8094,
Knights of Columbus are sponsoring non-
smoking Dabber Mini-bingo at the Msgr.
Osborne Family Centre (basement of St. Rose
School), Manawagonish Road, Saint John West on
Tuesdays, at 6:30pm.
Admission - non-perishable food item, 50 cents
for three face card. 703
MAKING BREAKFAST AVAILABLE
Starting the day o with breakfast is one of the most important
steps in achieving academic success in the classroom. Working
together, the Hampton Junior Achievers and Jacobs Industrial’s
electricians and carpenters assisted in making breakfast available
for the 200 students at Bayview Elementary School by donating
more than $600 worth of goods. Bayview was selected because
of its need for funding and its partnership with the Irving Oil
Renery, where many of the carpenters and electricians work.
Junior Achievement oers business education programs in the
areas of work readiness, entrepreneurship and nancial literacy,
delivered at no cost to elementary, middle and high schools.
e Hampton Junior Achievers is a group of nine high school
students who have taken the information learned from the
program and developed a product called Munch E Z, which is
a pre-packaged meal targeted at busy individuals and families.
David Brown, the current president of Hampton Junior
Achievers said “At the time that Jacobs’ employees committed
to buying 200 of our meals we were thrilled. When they told us
they were buying the meals to donate to an elementary school’s
breakfast program, we knew that we wanted to help out too.”
e high school entrepreneurs used $200 of their prot and
purchased a grocery store gi card to donate to the elementary
school too. 945
Kim Spence of the Irving Oil Renery accepted the
gi on behalf of Bayview Elementary School from
David Brown.
COVERDALE CENTRE PRESENTATION
e Coverdale Center for Women presents a
performance of the world renowned play e
Vagina Monologues, on February 14
th
at the
Imperial eatre at 8:00pm. is is a special
fundraiser to raise awareness and help end violence
against women.
Coverdale is partnering with Billy’s Seafood for a special
Valentines Day package that includes a three course lobster
dinner and desert for two, and two tickets to the Vagina
Monologues for $125. Last run for this special is on February
14
th
.
For more information, visit our Facebook page: Vagina
Monologues at Imperial eatre - facebook.com/pages/Vagina-
Monologues-at-Imperial-eatre/264548006917381. 940
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SHARON WILLISTON FUNDRAISER DRAW
Sharon was driving to Cavendish PEI with her two children -
Tat 14 years old strapped in the front seat and Evan 11 years
old strapped in the rear seat of her car. Sharon lost control of
the vehicle and collided with a pick-up truck hauling a camper
trailer; the youngsters escaped with minor injuries but Sharon
did not fare so well. She was rushed to the emergency hospital in
Moncton where she underwent critical surgery - the amputation
of her le arm at the shoulder and reconstructive surgery on her
le leg which the surgeons managed to save.
Sharon is receiving short-term disability, 63% of her salary, but
the mounting expenses for a prosthesis and months of rehab are
having a major impact on her day to day expenses. e major
expenses will be the vehicle and home adjustments that have to
be made to accommodate her changed lifestyle.
Cruisers Custom Cycle decided to ra e a 2011 custom build
Fatboy with the proceeds of the ra e going to the Sharon
Williston Relief Fund. 1500 tickets will be sold and the draw for
the Fatboy will be held at Cruisers on Wednesday, March 14
th
at
7:00pm. e custom build can be viewed at Stew’s Bu ng and
Polishing, 248 Rothesay during normal business hours.
Tickets are $20 and can be bought at Stew’s or Cruisers Custom
Cycle, 89 Station Road, Saint John or by calling 738-2211. 951
PRE-SCHOOL DONATIONS TO SPCA
Children at the West Side Co-operative Preschool had fun with
the donations they made to the SPCA this past Christmas. 725
Back row: Madison, Whittaker, Rachael Ahearn, Santa,
Alexa Vallejo.
Second row: Sebastien Gillis, Finley Jagoe, Sorcha
Watts, Jack White, Jacob Hanson.
Front Row: Sophie Fillmore, Darren Melanson, Lydia
Green, Cedric Carr, Sarah Brown, Jeery Fanjoy, Liam
Ford.
PANCAKE SUPPER AT PORTLAND UNITED
e Portland United Church (50 Newport Crescent) is holding a
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on Tuesday, February 21
st
from
4:30 to 6:30pm. e menu is pancakes/syrup, sausages, baked beans,
hash brown potatoes, gingerbread, beverage and the cost for the
supper is $7/adults; $4/
children under 12.
For information or tickets, call 632-4030. ere is ample parking
and wheelchair accessibility. 948
SEAWOLVES FOOTBALL CAMP
On Sunday, April 1
st
the UNB Saint John Seawolves Football Team
will be operating a combine/ID camp for High School and returning
players - all welcomed. e camp will take place at the Forbes Elliot
Athletic Center at UNB Saint John.
For more information, contact david.grandy@nbed.nb.ca, or Barry
Ogden at bogden@nb.sympatico.ca. 944
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KELLY RECREATION BURSARY ANNOUNCED
e Greater Saint John Community Foundation and
representatives of United Commercial Travelers of America
Saint John Council #755 (now known as Jack Kidd Council
#755), and Branch #14 of the Royal Canadian Legion, came
together in late December to sign an agreement to take over
responsibility for funds in e John Kelly Recreation Bursary.
e Fund, originally established in 1993, was set up in memory
of John Kelly in recognition of his contribution to the youth of
Saint John. Proceeds from the fund are used for bursaries for
students entering or currently studying sport studies.
UCT has donated over $68,000 to e Greater Saint John
Community Foundation. is new, permanently endowed fund,
will annually support bursaries for students enrolled in years
one to ve of a post-secondary kinesiology (including physical
education, recreation or sports study) program at the University
of New Brunswick. Bursaries will be awarded based on a variety
of factors including nancial need, reasonable academic success,
and aptitude for their selected course of studies. e fund shall
award at least two, one thousand dollar bursaries each year (one
entrance and one for a student who successfully completed their
rst year of studies). Applicants for the bursary are encouraged
to contact UNB Fredericton, to complete an application for
undergraduate awards.
Anyone wishing to make a donation to this bursary can do so at
the Foundation o ce with a memo directing it to the John Kelly
Recreation Bursary. 957
Back: Dr. Stephen Willis, Chair, e Greater Saint
John Community Foundation; and Mr. Wes Cosman,
member of the Jack Kidd Council #755.
Front: Brian Curry, member of the Jack Kidd Council
#755; Bill Lawlor, member of the Royal Canadian
Legion Branch #14; and Sara Mudge, Secretary, e
Greater Saint John Community Foundation
NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS
BullyingCanada, Canada’s National Anti-Bullying Charity is
now accepting applications for the organizations Scholarship
Program. e scholarship is open to students in their nal
year of high school who have worked to end bullying in their
schools and communities to aid them with their post secondary
education. e rst round has three $100 scholarships, with
more to follow in the months to come.
e deadline for applications is March 1
st
. For more information,
please speak to your school, or contact BullyingCanada.
Applications can be downloaded online at:.bullyingcanada.ca or
can be requested by telephone at: 1-877-352-4497. 943
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CHURCH CHART
Take the pressure off of your
loved ones later...
Purchase your burial lot now.
Spaces available for:
Traditional Burials
or Cremations
Ask about our convenient
payment plans.
Visit our new website
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672-4309
1650 Manawagonish Road
Cedar Hill-
Greenwood
Cemetery
SPRING GROUP PROGRAMS
Family Plus is pleased to provide group programs to the
community, organizations and Employee Assistance Programs.
anks to the Sister’s of Charity and the United Way the fees
can be oered at a subsidized rate for the general public. is
winter/spring we are oering a slate of evening programs. All
programs are six weeks in length and are held at the o ces of
Family Plus/Life Solutions, 199 Chesley Drive, Suite 204, Saint
John. Pre-registration required for all groups. Call 634-8295 for
more information or to register.
Personal Breakthrough for Men - Assists men in the development
of positive coping skills/strategies to help eectively manage
anger, stress and conict. Start date: Monday, March 5
th
.
Personal Breakthrough for Women - Learn how to be more
assertive, let go of barriers and establish healthy boundaries. Start
Date: Wednesday, April 4
th
. Introductory session: Wednesday,
March 21
st
.
Active Parenting Now (5-12 year olds) - Learn how to build a
stronger relationship with your children, instill self-esteem and
apply key discipline methods. Start date: Wednesday, May 16
th
.
953
LOCAL VON WELLNESS CLINICS
e following VON (Victorian Order of Nurses) Wellness
Clinics will be held during the month of February: Tuesday,
February 14
th
, 21
st
& 28
th
- 9:30am-1:00pm, Main Street Baptist
Church.
Monday, February 20
th
- 11:00am-3:00pm, Grand Bay Guardian
Drugs Grand Bay-Westeld.
Friday, February 24
th
- Foot Clinic, Grand Bay-Westeld
Guardian Drugs. Call 635-1530 to book an appointment. 707
CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP
e 4
th
ursday of each month at the Saint John Alzheimer
Society o ce 152 Westmorland Road, beginning at 7:00pm. 919
The United Church of Canada
TWO RIVERS PASTORAL CHARGE
Minister: Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Stevenson
Church Office: 757-2201 www.2riversunited.com
Westfield United Church Worship
11:00 am - Service
10:45 am - Sunday School
Youth Group - check our website & Facebook
Ash Wednesday Worship - Westfield United Church
7:00 pm - February 22
Kingston Peninsula Worship Service - 9:30 am
Long Reach United Church - February 19, March 4
Summerville United Church - February 26, March 11
Youth & Young Families Minister: Amanda Francis
FIVE-PART EDUCATIONAL SERIES
e Saint John Alzheimer Society’s 5-Part
Educational Series will take place on ve
consecutive Wednesdays at 7:00pm until February
29
th
at the Rocmaura Nursing Home (10 Parks
Street): February 15
th
- Navigating the System.
Presented by Stacey Guimby, Department of
Social Development; February 22
nd
- Future Planning (Legal
& Financial Matters). Presented by Attorney Dwight Allaby;
February 29
th
- Resources & Support. Presenter to be conrmed.
ese sessions are free of charge and completion certicates
are available upon completion of all ve sessions. For more
information please contact the Saint John Alzheimer Society
to register: 152 Westmorland Road, 634-8722, saintjohn@
alzheimernb.ca. 616
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FAT CATS
Is there anyone who doesn’t love Gareld? You know, the big
orange cat whose motto in life is “All I do is eat and sleep. Eat
and sleep. Eat and sleep. ere must be more to a cat’s life than
that. But I hope not.” Well, I have three cats, and though they
may not have Gareld’s attitude two of the three are denitely
a mite, well, tubby. Not huge, but certainly overweight. ey
have never had lasagna, but being indoor cats they do not get
a lot of exercise. Plus we have normally free fed all of our cats.
e dry cat food and lots of fresh water stay out all the time and
are relled whenever empty. is has worked well for previous
cats, but obviously is not the correct process for these ones!
I have oen wondered how I could reduce the food intake
for one or two cats without starving the other and have never
come upon a workable solution, or at least not one that didn’t
have me policing each cat so as to ensure no one eats two
meals while someone else gets little or nothing. But . . . I now
have a plan. Aer much research on cat foods - protein levels,
weight control vs not, etc - and some pondering, I started a
new feeding regime. No more food out all the time. ere are
now three meal times, and only three meal times, and at all
other times the food is put away out of the reach of little paws.
e dish goes down for a half hour when I get up, a half hour at
supper time and another half hour at bedtime. ey can eat all
they want during those time periods, but when the timer goes,
the dish goes!
Wisely, I started this on a workday so that I did not have to
listen to the pitiful cries of a starving cat. Smudge has always
been VERY vocal when the food dish even begins to approach
empty, so a missing food dish denitely warrants complaint.
Loud and oen! Within a few days, however, even she seems
to have adapted and while there are still moments of distress
they are dwindling. And not because she is prostate, weak from
hunger, but because she has learned it does no good. It has only
been a couple of weeks, too soon to tell if it is going to result in
any weight reduction. Crossing my ngers.
Meanwhile for all you non-morning people who hate to get
up: “I’ll rise, but I won’t shine.” ~ Gareld. 801
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
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your best with the best. Call Sandra 652-5745.
EMPLOYMENT
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month. Operate a mini o ce outlet from your computer, FREE
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ENTERTAINMENT
MARIE SHORT COUNTRY/VARIETY Show, Sunday aernoon,
February 19, 2pm, Hampton Senior Resource Center. Featuring
special guests Allison Inch, Eddie Bertin and Living Water Trio,
along with the talented regulars, Denny James, Herb Isbill, Donna
Stephenson, Stirling Nickerson, Tim Wallace, and Donna Chase
and Don Short. Admission $10 at the door.
FIREWOOD
SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD, quality hardwood, cut, split,
delivered. Call 485-2349.
TIRED OF GETTING THE WRONG size wood? Firewood cut to
specication. Call Doug 763-3486.
FOR RENT
RENOVATED, LARGE, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, Grand Bay-
Westeld, $500 & $600/month, heat and lights not included. For
more information please call 650-3692.
NOTICES
SHEEP HERDING CLINIC February 18-19, 2012, 8:30am-
5:00pm. Hampton Riding Stables 560 Lakeside Rd. Instructor
Heather Lowther, accomplished dog wrangler. $100/full day.
Telephone aer 6pm 506-654-7874 or katsher2010@hotmail.
com.
SERVICES OFFERED
MR. HANDYMAN, no job too small. Serge Ethier 654-7744.
GROUND BREAKING LTD. Mini excavator, backhoe and dump
truck. Experienced crew with full liability insurance. Drain tile,
small demolition, topsoil, culverts, landscaping, shoreline work
and more. Chris 639-8766 or Matt 651-5172.
TAOIST TAI CHI beginner classes Saint John, information session
and rst class: Tuesday evening, Feb 21, 7-9pm at Assumption
Centre, West Saint John. Try this body-mind-spirit approach
to building health, strength and exibility. For adults of all ages,
including teens. $130 for 12 weeks. Students and Seniors, $90. For
information: saintjohn.nb@taoist.org, voicemail:658-9854.
GETTING MARRIED (BOOK EARLY). Civil weddings
performed when and where you choose. Telephone 847-2079.
HAUL AWAY of junk cars, trucks, tractors and farm equipment.
Small fee for appliances and small scrap. Drop o site 54 Backland
Road, Kingston. 763-2933 or 333-9067.
DAVE’S LIGHT TRUCKING & Cleaning Service, junk, garbage,
construction & roong materials, demolition, brush, decks, small
moving jobs. 7 days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles.
832-3982 or 653-0026.
SEWING JOBS DONE for ladies, gentlemen and children. Hems
done on pants, dresses etc., other alterations. Non-smoker. Call
672-2599.
VEHICLES
WAYNE’S AUTO WORLD - In house nancing. Buy, sell, lease,
rent. Owner Wayne Ganong, bus. 738-6777, cell: 647-8777. www.
waynesautoworldltd.com, 53 Epworth Park Road, Grand Bay
- Westeld.
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