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“I CAN’T HEAR YOU”
First of all, thanks to Te Jet for stepping in and helping out with
the last Ravings. Except that his head swelled three sizes and the
additional demands for a kibble increase, he is taking his new
fame all in stride.
For the past couple of weeks I have had a wax blockage in
my right ear. So I checked the Internet for a reliable method
of cleaning it, without suﬀering permanent hearing loss. Te
suggested method was using mineral oil to sofen and eventually
get rid of the wax. Afer several days of treatment, the right ear
seemed a bit better but the lef ear (which I didn’t treat) seemed
to suﬀer from hearing loss. While I discovered that there were
signifcant benefts to having impaired hearing ... such as no
longer having to pretend to ignore the Missus ... it has also been
an annoying experience, as there is occasionally, a person that I
actually want to listen to.
Hating to impose on the health care system, I fnally broke
down and visited the doctor. Unfortunately, the wax was so
impacted that she wanted me to use the mineral oil for another
week to sofen everything up so it could be blasted out. I will
very shortly be going back and hopefully before I fnish this
Ravings, my hearing will be fully restored. Assuming that my
hearing does return to normal, I need to fnd a way to have the
doctor sign a note indicating that my hearing has, however,
suﬀered a permanent change. I won’t be able to hear any sounds
in the lower range. Te lower range is defned as sounds that
come from someone fve foot tall or shorter. Hearing will work
perfectly for all higher ranges of sound.
WOW, just got back from the doctor’s of ce and I CAN HEAR!!!
Ooops, sorry dear ... What did you say?? Ahhh heaven!!
Unfortunately, the doctor was unwilling to confrm the
permanent loss of low range hearing, so I will have to continue
to rely on the old stand-by … selective hearing!!
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QUISPAMSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES
Did you know that the Search Institute has
identifed Youth As Resources as one of the 40
building blocks of healthy development that
help young people grow up healthy, caring
and responsible? Visit search-institute.org/
assets for more information on the 40.
Arts & Culture Park Outdoor Rink: Te
outdoor skating rink is open daily (weather permitting). We
encourage you to wear a helmet while skating and for everyone’s
safety, the use of sticks and pucks is prohibited on the ice. For
current conditions check out our on-line webcam at quispamsis.
ca/artpics to view the skating rink, or call 849-5778.
Walking/Running Routes: Challenge yourself to trying one, or
all three, of our walking/running routes. Located in the heart
of the community, the routes begin and end at the Quispamsis
Arts & Culture Park. Te 1km, 2.5km, and 5km routes were
created to support residents in living a more active lifestyle. A
map of the routes is located at the entrance to the park, and
colour-coded arrows are placed throughout the streets to assist
you in navigating the routes. Individual copies of the map are
also available at the main counter at the Town Hall and on our
Up-coming: Some additional items for your calendar:
– Gigantic Easter Egg Hunt at the Arts & Culture Park.
Tuesday, April 17
– Volunteer Recognition at Town Hall.
– A Cleaner, Greener Quispamsis for Earth Day.
Twitter: For the latest on what’s happening at the qplex, such a
public skating schedules and walking track hours, follow us on
Q-mail: If you would like to be added to our email list please
email firstname.lastname@example.org. Once added to the list you will
receive emails about upcoming special events and programs.
Calendar of Events: On our website is a user-friendly
webcalendar, an interaction opportunity for local community
groups, etc. Please feel welcome in posting your upcoming event
on this Calendar of Events page.
For additional information on future programs, registration
forms, special events and facility bookings please visit our
website www.quispamsis.ca or drop us a line at 849-5778.
Submitted By: Megan Lucas, Program Director. 201
ST. JAMES THE LESS ACW
Te St. James the Less ACW meets for quilting every Tursday
from 1:00-4:00pm. For more information contact 847-3268. 211
The Saint John Federal Green Party Association
Notice of Annual General Meeting
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Saint John Regional Library
Saint John, NB
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Dieppe Fly Show: Tis year the show will
take place over three days, beginning
Friday, March 23
and we’ll need
volunteers to assist with staf ng our booth,
since this is a major fundraising event for
HRAA, with the sales of our annual raf e
Scotch Tasting 101: Friday March 23
there are still a few tickets lef for Scotch
101. Email HRAA or call 647-1132 for further information or
Fishing opportunity: If you can’t wait until April 15
opening of trout fshing season, here’s an opportunity for you:
the Fisher Lakes in Rockwood Park have been stocked with
several thousand trout, all between 10 and 12 inches. You’ll
need an ice fshing license for anyone over 16.
Annual Dinner: Plans are underway for our annual fundraising
dinner, and the committee has begun meeting to organize the
event for Saturday, May 12
at St. Marks. We’ll need volunteers
to assist with the planning committee, obtaining auction items,
and helping out at the event. It’s always a great committee to
work with and a great event!
Want more information about HRAA and our programs?
Visit hraa.ca. Keep track of us on Facebook as well, just search
Hammond River Angling Association. 401
MARCH bREAK AT THE ZOO
Cherry Brook Zoo will be holding
a March Break Zoo Camp from
Monday, March 5
8:30am-4:30pm. Te Junior Zoo
Keeper Day Camp: Te Zoo in the
winter; How the animals adapt to
the weather; Meet the zookeepers; Hands on interactive day
with the animals; Zoo projects – help the Zoo build it’s newest
conservation and study program – the Bat Program (build bat
houses and accessories for the Bat Cave).
Te fee is $150 for the week and includes Zoo Camp Badges
and T-shirts; snacks through-out the day. Please send a lunch
each day and have campers dress appropriately for the weather.
Call 634-1440 for more information and register to secure space
(limited enrollment). A $50 deposit is required. 602
TO HAVE SUCCEEDED
To laugh ofen and much; to win the respect of intelligent people
and the aﬀection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest
critics and to endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate
beauty; to fnd the best in others; to leave the world a bit better
whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social
condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you
have lived. Tis is to have succeeded.
Ralph Waldo Emerson. CC13
The Kennebecasis Baptist Church will be hosting
the Merge Youth Event at 7:00pm on February 5th.
Kennebecasis Baptist Church
383 Hampton Road, Quispamsis
Across from KVHS - 847-5822
Sunday Morning Worship Time 11:00 am
Sunday School 9:30 am
Classes for all ages.
Nursery Facilities Available
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KV WOODWORKERS CLUb
Te KV Woodworkers Club is a non-proft organization
operating from Rothesay High School.
Happenings: Members have been enjoying this winter inside,
making projects in the shop. I see tables, stools, cabinets,
entertainment centers, picture frames and benches. Tere are
fancy turned bowls, spurtles, and candlesticks. Te school
students have begun their second semester, and the new students
entering the Mill and Cabinet class have been learning how to
use the tools and equipment safely.
Tis week’s tip from Chips: StopSaw Safety - two years ago, the
school shop acquired a new table saw by “StopSaw”. It uses a
blade breaking system that, when the spinning blade comes in
contact with anything that will conduct electricity, fres a small
explosive device that drives an aluminum brake into the blade,
stopping it in a millisecond. Te inertia of the spinning blade, at
the same time, is spent in drawing the blade below the surface
of the table. Tis is designed to stop the blade should human
fesh come in contact with the blade. Now, we know it works.
Recently a new member was using the saw to rip some reclaimed
lumber. Tere was a nail buried in the wood and when the blade
came in contact with the nail, the brake was fred and the blade
was stopped and withdrawn below the table. It is reassuring to
know the safety brake works. A reminder to all - the safety brake
is activated by more than our fngers. Anything that conducts
electricity will activate the brake; wet wood, nails and screws
and hopefully, fngers.
About Our Club: Members may have access to the school shop
facilities, 24/7. New members are welcome. Annual fees are
$220. For more information, call Jim at 849-3794, Brian at 847-
3241 or see Bob or Larry at the shop (1
door on the right from
the East side entrance to the school, across from Rothesay arena)
on Tuesday and Tursday, mornings and evenings, or Saturday
mornings. Come check us out.
QUISPAMSIS LIONS bINgO
Lions’ Bingo is held every Sunday at the
Quispamsis Lions Club. Doors open at
5:30pm. Full Canteen Service (try the hot
dogs). Jackpot full card prize of $1000. Tis
is the Quispamsis Lions main fundraiser.
Monies received from Bingo is used to
support various community events. 203
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choose from, Finnsway Florida Connection is something you simply cannot miss!
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VOLUNTEER TAX PROgRAM
Each spring, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) trains
volunteers to be able to prepare income tax returns for the
current or prior years, using a CRA-approved computer sofware
program. Single clients with income under $25,000 a year, or
couples under $35,000, can have their basic tax returns prepared
and fled electronically free of charge.
Clinics have operated one or two days a week during tax
season for a number of years at the Seniors Resource Centre in
Brunswick Square, the Salvation Army of ce on Prince Edward
Street, and several other locations in Saint John. Tis year, as
last, a clinic will operate in Rothesay to serve residents of the
Kennebecasis Valley. It will be at St. Paul’s Parish Centre on
the Rothesay Common on Tuesdays from February 28
inclusive, from 9:00am-12:00noon and 1:00-3:00pm. No
appointments are necessary; service is on a frst-come frst-
served basis. Clients can, if they wish, fll in an information
sheet and leave their returns for completion later.
Further information on the CVITP (Community Volunteer
Income Tax Program) is available on the CRA website: cra-arc.
gc.ca , or from the local Tax Services Of ce at 636-5988. 225
KV COFFEE HOUSE
Te next KV Coﬀee House will be on Saturday, March 17
the Quispamsis Civic Centre (Civic Drive, over the Fire Hall by
the big Daly’s store). Doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at
7:00pm with a mixture of Christmas, country and folk music.
Te list of entertainers will include: Te Coﬀee House Girls; John
Merrick; Anita Arsenault and Desa, just to name a few. Come
one, come all - enjoy the music and help support the KV Food
Bank. Te Civic Centre is wheelchair accessible by elevator.
If you are interested in performing or helping at the Coﬀee
House please call Desa at 847-2917. Here’s hoping we can make
this a best year yet! 218
KV PIPES & DRUMS FUNDRAISER
In support of the Kennebecasis Valley Pipes and Drums, a
Kitchen Party & Ceilidh Fundraiser will be held on St. Patrick’s
Day, March 17
at KV Billiards. Te doors open at 3:00pm with
food, beverages, draws, open mic, live music and of course –
some Pipes and Drums!
Advance tickets ($10 advance) are available at KV
Billiards,kvpipesanddrums (Facebook) or by calling 650-0653.
Tickets ($12) will also be available at the door. 223
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April Shows: 6th, 7th, 13th,
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KENNEbECASIS PUbLIC LIbRARY EVENTS
1 Landing Court, Quispamsis, NB E2E
4R2 849-5314, kvlibrary.org. facebook.
Toddler Time: Tuesdays from 10:30-
11:00am; Tree And Up Club: Fridays
Family Drop-In Table: Check out our family drop-in centre
with weekly themes and crafs for parents and/or caregivers and
children to enjoy together.
Young Adult/Adult Programs:
Kennebecasis Library Book Club: Meets every third Tursday.
) - Broken Ground by Jack Hodgins; March 29
Secrets of a Fire King by Kim Edwards.
Gr@Ph!X Novel Book Club: Meets Saturday, March 24
Sandman vol. 1-2.
Newcomers Coﬀee Hour: Tursdays from 10:30-11:30am.
Knitting Club: Tursdays from 7:00-8:00pm.
March Break Programs: Come with your family to the
Kennebecasis Public Library this March Break! Monday, March
, 2:30-3:30pm - Fun at March Break; Tuesday, March 6
10:30-11:00am - Family Story Time; 2:30-4:30pm - SMURFS
movie; Wednesday, March 7
, 2:30-3:30pm - Max and Ruby;
Tursday, March 8
, 2:30-4:30pm - African Cats; 7:00-8:00pm
- Gaming at the Library; Friday, March 9
, 10:30-11:15am -
Family Story Time; 2:30-3:30pm - Family Board Games.
Friday, March 16
– 10:30am, St. Patrick’s Day Puppet Show.
FUNDY gARDENERS MEETINg
Te next meeting of the Fundy Gardeners will be on Wednesday,
7:00pm at the Kennebecasis Select Funeral Home (152
Pettingill Road, Quispamsis). Guest speaker for the evening will
be Dr. Kate Frego who will be speaking on ‘Bugs in Your Garden’.
For more information please visit fundygardeners.blogspot.
Te Quispamsis Seniors group (60 plus) meets every Tursday
1:30pm at the Civic Centre for a short meeting and then crib/
auction 45’s; followed by a light lunch and social time. For more
information please contact Ruth at 847-8752. 205
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FAIRVALE OUTINg ASSOCIATION
8 River Road, Rothesay
General Meetings are held the frst Sunday of each month at
6:00pm; all members are welcome to attend.
For 2012 Memberships please contact Ann Smith at 847-4163.
Memberships are available Tursday nights at canteen or the bar
Tuesdays - Starlight Promenaders Square Dance Club from
7:30-10:00pm. For more info please contact Pat & Jim McLean
Wednesdays – 6:15-7:30pm TOPS, for more information contact
Marg Titus at 847-0395; 7:30pm Crib, everyone welcome. For
more info please contact Sam Gauvin at 847-8261.
Tursdays - Bingo, doors open at 6:00, games begin at 6:55pm.
Regular games, specials, early & late games, building jackpots
for Bonanza, Lucky 7, Pyramid, and Treasure Chest games. For
more information please contact Richard Smith 847-4163.
Saturday, March 17
– St. Patrick’s Day Dance with music
by Steve Lyons – “Kickin’ Country”. Doors open at 8:00, music
Te Fairvale Outing Association is available for rental for
weddings, Christmas Parties and other special events. Home
cooking catering is also available for large or small events. For
rentals please contact Jeanie Saunders at 847-8332. 210
STRENgTHENINg FAMILIES TOgETHER
Program for relatives and friends of people living with a mental
illness will be oﬀered by the Schizophrenia Society. Register
now for Strengthening Families Together, an eight session free
program, for families and friends that provides information,
skill building and support. Te program will begin on Saturday,
and run on alternate Saturday mornings from
10:00am-12:00noon at 157 Duke St. Saint John (Mental Health
Call 648-7660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more
information or to register. 604
Spring is right around the corner and buying sneakers can
be a big cost to a lot of families. Please take your out-grown/
gently worn sneakers/footwear to Romero House or any other
organization that may need them.
Barry Ogden. 601
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KV CAMERA CLUb
Te Kennebecasis Valley Camera Club meets the frst Tuesday
of the month at the Kennebecasis Select Funeral Home (152
Pettingill Road) at 7:30pm. Every month we have photographic
assignments and a feld trip. Ofen we have guest speakers and,
of course, we also have an annual camping excursion. Visitors
are always welcome; come visit and see if we are a ft for you.
Come for the photography, but stay for the people. 402
RCL KENNEbECASIS bRANCH #58
61 Marr Road, Rothesay, NB E2E 5Y8 847-5146
Branch Hours: Monday-Tursday 2:30-8:00pm;
Friday 2:30pm-12:00mid-night; Saturday 2:00-
9:00pm; Sunday 10:30-7:00pm.
Sundays – 10:30am-12:30pm, Brunch ($6/
person); 1:30-7:00pm, Rummoli every second
Tuesdays – (2
Tuesday of each month) 7:00pm,
Executive meeting and General meeting at
Wednesdays – (2
Wednesday of each month) 7:00pm, Ladies’
Saturdays – 2:00-6:00pm, Shufeboard.
Saturday, March 17
– 5:00-7:00pm, Corned Beef & Cabbage
to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day ($12/person). Tickets available at
the Branch. Deadline for tickets is March 15
. Everyone welcome.
Serving the Public: Catering available. Facility Rentals – two
rooms available for functions, business and private meetings.
Contact Branch for details.
Veterans Need Help?: Veterans in need of assistance with VAC
applications, disabilities, frailty, medical treatment. Please
contact Norman Gaillard (847-5991) or the Branch. 206
ROTHESAY NURSERY SCHOOL
Registration is now open for 3 & 4 year-olds
for 2012/13 at Rothesay Nursery School.
Located on the lower level of St. David’s
United Church (no afliation) in Rothesay,
this co-operative preschool follows the
NB Early Learning curriculum and has
provided quality programming for more
than 35 years.
Contact us at 847-1810;
email@example.com; or visit
more information. 221
VON FOOT CLINIC IN
VON Foot Clinics in
Quispamsis are held at St.
Mark’s Church (Pettingill Road)
every Wednesday. For more
i nf ormat i on/appoi nt ment s
please call the VON Ofce at
Adult volleyball ($4.00/person) will be held every Wednesday
evening (September-June) from 8:00-10:00pm at the Rothesay
Park Middle School.
For more information contact Allan at 832-7713 or Susan at
635-8830. Please note that if schools are closed/cancelled during
the day, volleyball will also be cancelled. 214
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1230 Fairville Blvd, Saint John 635-1223
Are your presentation skills exciting or excruciating? Do your
knees shake when you have to speak in public? Do you wish
you had better speaking skills or knew how to run a business
meeting? KV Toastmasters (where you’ll learn skills that will
transform your presentations from tired to admired) meets
on Tuesday evenings – 7:00-9:00pm at Rothesay High School
(in the library) - only on days school is in session - check our
website for more information.
Visit www.KVtoastmasters.org or phone Jean at 763-3923. 219
Te Knights of Columbus Council #6766, is
hosting Cribbage Games every Tursday at
7:30pm. Admission $5 for eight games. Have fun,
meet new friends, win prizes. To be held at Our
Lady of Perpetual Help Church, lower hall on
Gondola Point Road, Rothesay. Enter via the back
door on the right. 208
Fundy Minor Football is looking for coaches and volunteers for
the following age groups which are all co-ed and all equipment
is supplied: Flag (ages 6 & 7); Tyke Tackle (ages 8 & 9) new this
fall; Atom (ages 10 & 11); Peewee (ages 12 & 13); Bantam (ages
14 & 15); Junior Girls (ages 14 – 17). All programs are oﬀered
in the Fall. For Spring we oﬀer Atom, Peewee & Bantam & U16
Provincial Team. We will also oﬀer the Future Stars Camp at
UNB Saint John in August for Ages 10-17.
We want our children to be active and healthy. Please contact
Barry Ogden at 849-4650 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 803
Renforth Fencing club is a going
concern these days with fencing held
on Mondays and Tursdays for ages
nine through adult. We meet at St.
James the Less Church in Rothesay.
And there are sually have two
beginner classes running at 7:00pm
and one mixed adult class and
one intermediate class. As fencers
progress in their skill, some also join
Fundy Fencing in town for more
advanced training. A number of
fencers that have been part of our club
have gone on to fence in the Canada
Games and even internationally.
Anyone can begin Fencing at any
time in their life; and while it is an
individual sport it also has team
elements, when attending certain
tournaments. Tere is a great sense
of camaraderie, honour, respect,
discipline and technical skill. Fencing
is also not an expensive sport to
begin as most clubs, including this
one, provide all the equipment while
the student is learning the sport.
For more information (or
registration) regarding the Spring
Swords – Learn to Fence program
please contact Eric at 643-0799 or by
email: email@example.com. 227
Tursday of each month at the
Saint John Alzheimer Society of ce
152 Westmorland Road, beginning at
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It started last fall when someone dropped by while I was not
home, called me later on in the week and said that while in my
driveway there was a scraggly looking goat hanging around. I
said there just couldn’t be a goat roaming around and didn’t
give it much thought. Ten a few weeks later my Dad described
something he had seen, but so far I had not laid eyes on anything
that was as strange as the description he gave me.
Two weeks ago, I was sitting in my dining room and peripherally
I saw a movement outside my patio door. Tere she was! I do
believe she will not get any bigger and surely will always carry
the markings she has now. Tank goodness for the mild winter
we have had as I am not sure she could have survived, being so
Leslie Reid, Quispamsis. 226
Te Southfeld United Church
(814 Rte 865) will be holding
a Smelt Supper (optional
ham) on Saturday, March 3
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 oﬀered – one in
Norton and one in Sussex.
Please phone 839-2326
or 839-2132 to place your
SUPPER IN MILLSTREAM
Tere will be a Bean, Scallop & Sausage Supper on Sunday,
from 3:30-6:00pm at the Millstream Rec Centre in
Berwick. Te menu includes: homemade beans, potato scallop,
sausages, coleslaw, rolls, pickles, layer cakes and tea. Cost for
the supper is $10/adults, $5/children 6-12, pre-schoolers eat for
Proceeds from this event will go to the Wesley United Church
Anderson-McTague Insurance is pleased
to announce Janice has joined our team.
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3A Landing Court, Quispamsis,
NB E2E 4R2 Tel: 848-6060
Canoeing/kayaking - come out and enjoy the New Brunswick
waters. Check out Fundy Paddlers Club at fundypaddlersclubinc.
com. Training, tripping and meetings with fellow paddlers. Club
meets monthly year round. 403
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Hampton Herald/ Sussex Herald/ Valley Viewer/WesTides
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Talk to us about our
Call today to see how our greater Saint John sales team
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DONATION TO KV SPECIAL OLYMPICS
Te Ken Val Co-op Advisory Council recently donated $1,359
to the KV Special Olympics. Tese funds were raised through
the 50/50 program. 224
L-r: Paul Wilkins Store Manager, Wayne Crandall KV
Special Olympics and George Gilliland Ken Val Advisory
ON OUR COVER:
QMS SKATE TO CARE TEAM
Te Quispamsis Middle School Skate to Care team raised $1,700
and were the only middle school team to take part in the event.
Te QMS Art Club painted the decorations. 220
ST. PATTY’S DAY DANCE
Saint Mark’s Catholic Church (Pettingill Road Quispamsis) is
holding a St. Patrick’s Day Dance on Saturday, March 17
9:00pm-12:00mid-night with music by “Te Band with No
Name”. Doors open at 8:00pm, Dance begins at 9:00pm. Must be
19 years of age or older.
Tickets ($12) are available by calling the church of ce 849-5111.
660 Rothesay Ave, Saint John
NB, E2H 2H4
Full Service Salon Oering:
Before & Aer permanent eyeliner
and eyebrow enhancement
DUE TO OVERWHELMING RESPONSE TO OUR VALENTINES
SPECIAL, IF YOU MENTION THIS ADD, WE WILL EXTEND OUR SPECIAL
PRICING OF $99.00 FOR EYELASH EXTENSIONS TILL THE END OF
MARCH AS WELL AS $275.00 FOR EYEBROW ENHANCEMENT
SAINT JOHN NATURALISTS’ CLUb
Attention Nature Lovers! If you have an interest in wild birds,
mammals, fsh, wildfowers, geology, astronomy or any other
aspect of our natural world, why not consider attending a
meeting of the Saint John Naturalists’ Club (SJNC) or taking
part in our diverse selection of workshops and feld trips. Te
meetings take place on the second Monday of each month at the
NB Museum at Market Square beginning at 7:30pm and feature
On Saturday, April 12
Jim Wilson will be leading a morning
birding outing in the Saint John area in search of early spring
Tere is no need to be a member - all SJNC meetings, workshops
and outings are open to one-and-all. For more information,
contact Hank Scarth at 216-0624 or visit saintjohnnaturalistsclub.
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bRIDgE FOR SENIORS
At the Kennebecasis Seniors Club we play Bridge and 45’s every
Tuesday from 1:30 to 4:00pm at St. David’s Church in Rothesay.
Casual and friendly atmosphere. We just play for fun! All
beginners and experienced players welcome. Free lessons for
We are recruiting new members now and we need you! Please
call us at 849-3267. 212
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COLE SLEEP FUNDRAISER THANK YOU
We want to express our sincere appreciation for the outpouring
of kindness, generosity and support received at the Beneft for
Cole Sleep on February 11
. Tanks to the Rothesay Baptist
church and it’s parishioners; to the Telegraph Journal, Kings
County Record, Valley Viewer, Hampton Herald and Shaw
Signs. A special thank you to the John T. MacMillan Foundation,
ROC Consulting Group, Royal Hair Design and the staﬀ of TD
Insurance for their generous donations and gifs to the family.
To the companies and individuals who turned back their
winnings from the 50/50 draws to the family. Tank you to the
many companies and individuals who donated auction items
and bake goods. Tank you to Rothesay Police for dropping
by and taking a donations jar to their station. Tank you to the
wonderful lady, who remains anonymous, for the dinosaur quilt
– could have been added to the auction or given to Cole. Cole
has the quilt and loves it. Special thank you to all who attended
the auction on such a winter’s day!!
Tis beneft would not have been a success if not for the hard
work of Kathy Watson, Chelsey Watson, Nancy Watson, Carol
Sleep, the many family members and friends who volunteered
their time. Tanks to Scott Waddell the auctioneer.
We are humbled and over-whelmed. Tank you everyone, Cole
Sleep & family. 406
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SINgLES & FRIENDS EVENTS
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.
Te 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 819
IODE RAFFLE WINNER
Te IODE duke of Rothesay Chapter oﬀers “Congratulations”
to Sandy Bishop, of Darlings Island, who won the beautiful
handmade Afghan in our recent raf e. Tanks to all who bought
KV WESLEYAN - FITNESS CLASSES
Ladies Community Fitness classes are held Monday-Friday
from 8:45-9:45am at Kings Valley Wesleyan. 215
937 Hillcrest Rd. Tel: 506 633.5950
We sell used Motorcycles,
ATV’s, Sleds, and Parts.
Service all makes and models
of Motorcycles, ATVs,
Snowmobiles and Watercraft.
Great Selection of Tires!
bELFAST CHILDREN’S PROgRAM
anniversary edition of the Belfast children’s Project is
now in full swing for this summer. Te organizing committee
is currently seeking host families for our 12 young visitors who
will be arriving towards the end of June afer the summer school
dismissal. We have a fun summer scheme planned for all of the
young people and are excited to welcome back our friends from
the Fort William Youth Centre and New Lodge Youth Centre.
Youth leaders Frances Duﬀ and Mary Madine will accompany
the children on their trip. If you have a child in the 11-13 year
age group, please check out the site and fll in an application.
A St. Patty’s breakfast will be held on Sunday, March 11
9:00am-1:00pm at the Bill McGuire Centre in Renforth. Cost
for the breakfast is $7/adults and $5/children. Tere will also
be a baked goods table, draws and Irish entertainment – all in
support of a worthy cause. Breakfast tickets will be available at
the door or in advance by contacting Geoﬀ at 652-2272 or email
We are also on the hunt for previous host families as we hope
to plan a special get together this summer while our visitors are
in town. If you have been a host parent or a host child, please get
in contact with us. We can also be found on Facebook – Belfast
Children’s Project. 940
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Spurs was started 21
years ago as a retail
giftware store located in
Brunswick Square where
it remained for 20 years,
with owner Rheta
Macaulay. Fifteen years
ago Rheta partnered with
Wendi Arsenault, who
had moved back to Saint
John after having
traveled to work in
Mexico, New York, and
Toronto. With the addition of Wendi, Spurs
expanded the home decor retail to home
Home Visits by Spurs are for
the home-owner who may
have recently purchased or
renovated a home, or
homeowners looking to bring
beauty and character to
their space. A consultation
from Spurs includes help
with furniture placement,
hanging of artwork and
accessorizing a room, or an
entire house. This can be
done using what customers
already have as well as
ordering in or supplying new
items to give the space a
143 Charlotte St.
on your Grand Re-opening on Water Street!
Market Square 633-SHOE(7463)
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One of the many unique
services offered at Spurs
is our in-store Vase
Dressing. “A customer
may purchase a vase
from the store, or bring
in a vase (from old Aunt
Mabel) and have it
"dressed" using the
appropriate floral and
dried decorations to
make it a focal point for
the room!” explains
Event Staging is another
service provided by Rheta
and Wendy. Spurs will
stage weddings as well as
corporate and private
events! “Whether your
style is modern,
whimsical, formal, or
themed, Spurs can bring
the "Wow" factor to any
event or special day.”
says Wendy. “We also do
holiday decorating and
staging for the home, business, or events! If it's
special to you, it's important to us.”
In November 2011, Spurs left Brunswick Square for
their new, bright home at 38 Water Street (across
from the Coast Guard building)! The new location is
great, with convenient parking in front of the store,
as well as a parking lot across the street. Their
feelings on the location of their new store are very
positive! “Water Street has great potential for the
City of Saint John. Spurs is the first year-round
retail outlet to open in this area and it is our hope
that others will follow!” Says Rheta. “Saint John
has recently shown a resurgence of new specialty
shops opening in the uptown area, helping to
enhance the city center into a great shopping
experience for everyone.”
All old and new customers are welcome to "Spur
their Imaginations" by visiting Spurs Imports Inc.,
most commonly known as Spurs, at their store's
new location on 38 Water Street, Saint John! Come
see our "New Digs”!
Website coming soon:
Lily’s Café Open evenings for dinner until 9 PM.
For reservations call 693-3586.
Congratulations Spurs Imports Inc.
on your new venture
Thank you for helping us look
Rheta & Wendy!
Chair Cover and Sash Rentals
available for weddings & events
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ROTHESAY RECREATION NEWS
Tere is still time to join the wellness movement!
Go to wellnessnb.ca and make a personal
pledge towards wellness and you could win up
to $20,000 in prizes for your group, school or
Celebrate Leadership Awards: Do you know an
individual, community group, and/or school
who has contributed signifcantly to the wellness
of our children and youth through healthy eating, physical
activity, mental ftness, and/or other initiatives that promote
wellness? Nominate them today! Help the District 6 Health
Advisory Committee celebrate the wellness initiatives taking
place in our community. Application deadline is March 30
Visit district6.nbed.nb.ca for the application form.
Want updates?: If you would like to receive periodical emails
from Rothesay Recreation with information on upcoming
events please email us to get on the list!
Rothesay Arena Winter Schedule 2012: Note: Tese scheduled
events may vary due to other special events.
Family Skating – Sundays 3:00-4:00pm, $2/person, max $5/
family; Parent & Tot Hockey – Mondays 2:45-3:45, Tuesdays
2:15-3:15, Wednesdays 1:30-2:30, Tursdays 2:15-3:15pm –
no charge; Seniors Skating – Mondays 12:00noon-1:00pm, no
charge; Adult Scrimmage (ages 19 & over) – Mondays & Fridays
“Like” us on Facebook: facebook.com/
rothesayparksandrecreation; “Follow” us on Twitter –twitter.
com/rothesay_rec or contact: Keri Kent at 848-6652, kerikent@
rothesay.ca, rothesay.ca. 213
ROCMAURA AUX MEETINg
Te Rocmaura Auxiliary will be holding their next meeting on
Tursday, March 1
at 4:00pm in the Boardroom of Rocmaura
Nursing Home. 605
EDUCATIONAL PARKINSON SESSION
Do you or a family member live with Parkinson’s? We can help.
Te Saint John Parkinson Chapter will hold an educational
session on Tursday, March 15
7:00pm at the Jervis Bay
Legion (1016 Bayside Dr, E.). Special guest speaker will Dr. Beth
McCann, Phd., CCC-SP., SLP. (C). Speech Terapist with Extra
For more info call Earl at 648-0415 or email: earlsmith@
hotmail.com. Everyone welcome. 606
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8h00 - 1h00 • Saturday
Scrap Metal (non-ferrous)
1 Market Street.
Co-op Building, Quispamsis
Written by Byron Williamson
Nov. 28 1956
It’s the saltwater sea shore
Where I long to be
Whether it be in Cape Breton
Or by the Bay of Fundy
Just a-breathing that salty sea air
In a golden afternoon sun
And walking barefoot in the sand
Boy, couldn’t I have fun
Down through the woodland trail
The farm house getting farther away
Just down to that sandy sea shore
Why - there’s nothing more to say.
Reminder: RADIO CLUb bANQUET
Te Loyalist City Amateur Radio Club (LCARC) will be
celebrating the 75
anniversary of its formation early in 2012
with a banquet on Saturday, March 10
. LCARC invites local
amateurs to go the club’s website (lcarc.ca) for details on banquet
registration and to view other planned events as they are posted.
Information can also be obtained by calling Len Morgan at
HOSPICE FREE gRIEF SUPPORT gROUP
Te free seven-week “Finding My Way” Grief Support Group
is being held every Wednesday evening from 7:00–9:00pm at
Bobby’s Hospice beginning on March 7
and running until April
. Space is limited. Register in advance by calling 632-5593.
“When someone you love dies, you grieve the loss and it changes
your life,” says Diane Sullivan, Hospice Grief Support Manager.
“Grief is hard work. You need time to heal and someone to talk
to. Hospice understands and can help.”
Hospice is a community palliative care charity that owns and
operates “Bobby’s Hospice”, Atlantic Canada’s frst and only 10-
bed Residential Hospice that provides 24-hour palliative care to
people living with a terminal illness and families coping with
caregiving and loss. For more information visit our website at
WORLD KIDNEY DAY bREAKFAST
Te Kidney Foundation of Canada
Saint John Chapter invites you to join us
for our “World Kidney Day Breakfast”
which will be held on Tursday, March
7:30am at the Trade & Convention
Centre. Tickets are only $20 with a
chance to win some amazing door
prizes including a propane barbecue (compliments of Kent) and
two Johnny Reid concert tickets.
Tables of eight or 10 can be reserved. To RSVP your ticket(s)
please call Te Kidney Foundation at 634-0519 or email judy.
Sign Up for a One on One 30 Minute
Shooting Clinic with Chuckie (former Sea Dog)
Cost: $50 per session (includes two skate sharpenings)
Where: Synthetic Ice Surface at Schembri Sports
122 Hampton Rd. Please call 216-0191
to reserve your spot today!
Limited Space Available.
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VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED
Te New Brunswick Competitive of Festival of Music is looking
for volunteers for this year’s festival which will take place April
. We could use people who are willing to work in
one of the venues, pick up our adjudicators at the airport, drive
adjudicators two and from their venue or help at either of our
Final Concerts on April 28
& May 5
If you would like further information, visit our website:
nbfestivalofmusic.ca and click on Volunteers. For further
information, please contact Nadine Lane 635-4128 or 647-0253
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By Debbie Hickey
Stu Piling Up
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“Your Community Connection” “Your Community Connection”
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30 YEARS AND COUNTINg
A few weeks ago I realized the Hampton Herald is turning 30 in
April. Tat led to the further realization that the Valley Viewer
will be 20 in the fall. Although both magazines were already in
place when Mike and I got involved in this venture, amazingly
12 of those years have been under our guidance. And to think
it all started as a little “retirement project” for Helen and Bert
I have started to think about the possibility of my own
retirement, as I am now closer to sixty than ffy (or even ffy-
fve!), but I keep getting stuck on what would fll my days. Te
frst twenty years of life are spent learning - how to walk, how to
talk, how to get along in the world, how to earn a living. Ten we
spend some forty years raising families and working, working
and raising families. Busy, busy, busy. Afer the intensity of those
frst sixty years, certainly a little slow-down sounds good, but not
a dead stop. Are the next thirty years perhaps an opportunity to
become more involved in community, volunteering at charities
and non-profts and service clubs, working to make the world
(whether local or in the broader sense) a better place? Or perhaps
retirement can be an opportunity to return to the learning
environment, to pursue learning for its own sake instead of
worrying whether it can get you a job/career. Universities ofen
have free tuition for those “of a certain age”. Maybe some part-
For sure I am getting a little ahead of myself as I anticipate at
least a couple of more years before retiring, but one of the big
considerations is what will happen to Ossekeag. Who will be the
next “caretaker” of what Helen and Bert Boyd frst created back
in 1982? What will the next thirty years look like? And speaking
of thirty . . . “Time and Tide wait for no man, but time always
stands still for a woman of thirty.” ~ Robert Frost. 801
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Please do not forget to spay or neuter YOUR pet.
We speak for those who cannot speak for themselves.
Looking for a Forever Friend?
WHAT IS THE MANDATE OF
THE SPCA ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE?
Our mission is to prevent animal cruelty and abandonment
by promoting responsible, caring and compassionate
attitudes towards animals.
We ensure shelter for orphaned animals and provide
programs for their adoption. We promote responsible
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legislation. We reduce unwanted pet population by
advocating the neutering of companion animals.
Please visit our website to view the many
dogs waiting to find their forever homes.
Visit our New Location:
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Saint John, NB
Closed Tuesday February 28th
Re-opening at the new location
on Wednesday, February 29th
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FIRST WONDERS DAYCARE has openings for children 2-5 years
old. Government licensed, we follow the New Brunswick curriculum
framework for early learning & child care. Located oﬀ the far end of
the Hampton Rd. in Quispamsis 849-4106.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Turn 5-10 hours/week into $1000+/month.
Operate a mini of ce outlet from your computer, FREE evaluation.
COME AND START THE COUNTDOWN to St. Patrick’s Day!
At the Fairvale Outing Association, Keith Facey will be performing
a selection of Celtic, Maritime and original songs March 3, 7pm,
including originals from his upcoming CD. Admission is $5 at the
door, refreshments available. Start celebrating the Wearin’ of the
SPRINgFIELD FIREWOOD, quality hardwood, cut, split, delivered.
TIRED OF GETTING THE WRONG size wood? Firewood cut to
specifcation. Call Doug 763-3486.
FURNISHED BED SITTING room, central Rothesay, all services,
USED APPLIANCES, 24” electric stoves in stock, exterior/interior
doors, tires (most sizes), new sky light, used windows, and household
items. 218 Main St. Norton. 839-2628.
WOODEN CREMATION URNS. Prices vary from $125 (single) to
$400 (double). Call 849-4328 for more information or viewing.
SHERLOCK MANNING PIANO, good condition, $200 OBO, solid
maple table and 6 chairs, please contact 849-8904.
ST. JUDE’S NOVENA. May the sacred heart of Jesus be adored,
glorifed, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for
us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer nine times
a day for nine days. By the eighth day your prayer will be answered. It
has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. Tank
you, St. Jude.D.H.
SHARPENINg SERVICES, scissors, knives, woodworking tools,
garden tools, I can do pick up and delivery. Call for more information
639-5897 or email@example.com.
BELLYDANCE CLASSES, kids & adults, starting March 13/14,
Hampton, 7 weeks/$75. Kelly 832-7445, www.worddancingspirit.
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.
WEDDING OFFICIANT - plan unique ceremony celebrating love &
commitment; when, where, how you wish. Book now for best dates.
BRIAN’S MAINTENANCE & Home Repair, carpentry, kitchens,
bath, painting, ceramic tile, electrical etc. Over 20 years experience.
Free estimates. Call Brian 839-2296.
RITE WAY CLEANERS now has openings for residential and
commercial cleaning. We oﬀer de-cluttering, organizing and will
clean your house from top to bottom. For a free estimate call Fallon,
HAUL AWAY of junk cars, trucks, tractors and farm equipment.
Small fee for appliances and small scrap. Drop oﬀ site 54 Backland
Road, Kingston. 763-2933 or 333-9067.
VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY & REFINISHING - Crafsmanship. RV’s,
boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers,
caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870.
COUNTRY HAIRSTYLING 234 Hammond River Rd., Quispamsis.
Great prices, great hours. Look forward to seeing you. Sandra Smith
bUYINg JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailers, motor homes, farm
machinery. I pay you cash. Call 721-4255.
DAVE’S LIGHT TRUCKING & Cleaning Service, junk, garbage,
construction & roofng materials, demolition, brush, decks, small
moving jobs. 7 days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles. 832-
3982 or 653-0026.
GETTING MARRIED (BOOK EARLY). Civil weddings performed
when and where you choose. Telephone 847-2079.
HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential, commercial, recreational,
restyling and customization. Trust your furniture to the professionals.
Te most training and experience in the Kennebecasis. Serving you
for 30 years. Oﬀering project classes. 849-8008.
NORSESUN 216-2628 John Deere home & workshop products; air
compressors, generators, grills, heaters, power tools, pressure washers,
tool chests, truck boxes, jobsite boxes. Call 216-2628.
HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Laforge. Sales and services of
overhead doors, operators and weather stripping of all models. Phone
CALL MALCOLM ACROSS FROM NEW KINGSTON FARMERS
MARKET. LUBRICO WARRANTY AVAILABLE. SOME TRADES
CONSIDERED. DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A LOT. CALL 333-5811
2006 SUBARU LEGACY GT wagon, AWD, loaded, sunroof, alloys,
4cyl, auto, 84,000 miles, turbo intercooler, DVD, car is like new, $9,900,
fnancing OAC, rate 4.99%. Call Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
2007 DODGE CARAVAN, cargo van, V6, auto, air, shelving, roof rack,
new MVI, 155,000kms, looks and works excellent, $5,900, fnancing
OAC, rate 4.99%. Call Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
2007 HYUNDAI ACCENT, 4dr, lease return, 5spd, 97,000kms, looks
and works excellent, $5,900, fnancing OAC, rate 4.99%. Call Malcolm
333-5811 or 832-0897.
2001 CHEV 2500 4X4, xcab, long box, 6.6 duramax diesel, auto,
276,000kms, looks and works great, $7,900, fnancing OAC, rate
4.99%. Call Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
2006 HYUNDAI ACCENT, 4dr, auto, fully loaded, 76,000kms, looks
and works excellent, lease return, one owner, $6,900, fnancing OAC,
rate 4.99%, Call Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
2003 PONTIAC GT, 3.8, sunroof, loaded, 124,000kms, new MVI,
alloys, looks and works excellent, $4,900. Call Malcolm 333-5811 or
2001 FORD F650 XLT, xcab, dump, Cat diesel, 6spd, 61,000 miles, 10’-
0” dump with new tarp, 22.5 tires, great landscape truck, $14,500. Call
Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
2003 FORD 450, super duty, diesel, 6spd, reg. cab with 10’-0” van
body, new MVI, 177,000kms, loading ramp, works excellent, $8,900.
Call Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
2005 CHEV ASTRO van, AWD, cargo, high kilos, works excellent,
$2,900. Call Malcolm 333-5811 or 832-0897.
WANTED HOUSES TO CLEAN. Reasonable rates. References
available. Call Tammy @ 333-4855.
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BUSINESS WHO’S WHO
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A. Malcolm Properties Ltd.
New 15 unit building in Rothesay.
1-2 bedrooms, 5 appliances included
Starting at $900/month.
Don Fennell 849-3116 Cell 663-1883
Top Quality Work
Jake of All Trades
CHIMNEY CLEANING & REPAIRS
Our Reputation is your Safeguard
Have a fire-safe wood burning season
Have your chimney cleaned and inspected NOW!
For your Detail Work to Minor Repairs...
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Percy Densmore, Quispamsis, NB
PERCY the HANDYMAN
Equipment Repair, Railings a Specialty
20 Vincent Road, Quispamsis
849-2213 or 645-8090
Crack Filling & Painting
over 30 years of field experience
Call For Your Free Estimate Today
Mike J Maillet
(506)333-3922 or (506)849-8924
Craftsmanship In Iron
Custom Wrought Iron Railings,
Gates, Fencing, Zinc Metallizing etc.
Mark Hatfield - 847-3202
Odd Jobs & Debris Removal
Decks & Fences
Call for a FREE quote
YARD PROS INC.
Traction Grit (pet friendly)
Executive Property Services
Lawn, Garden & General Grounds Keeping
for Spring Promotions call
We sell and install Garaga, Commercial
and Residential doors & openers.
We Sell the Best and Service The Rest!
485-1994 or 1-866-606-6158
zippers, hems, curtains, etc.
Keystrokes by Cathy
Need a few hours help?
Microsoft Office Basic Bookkeeping
No job is too small!
Call Cathy at 849-2456
BUILD AND DEVELOP
YOUR OWN BUSINESS
CALL CONNIE TITUS @ 847-2312
Lynn-Irene Watters RCRT
Certified Reflexology Therapist
Young Living Essential Oil Member
Pet Sessions Available
577 Hampton Road, Quispamsis
Phone: 847-0098 Cell: 658-8351
Evening appointments available. firstname.lastname@example.org
Book your personal tour of our Independant Living and Assisted
Living Suites. Call Mike Bishop 848-3185 or Ann Secord 848-3248
Parkland In The Valley
19 Shannex Drive Quispamsis, NB
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