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With thousands of readers, there has to be at least two people who are interested in tractor articles. So I need just one person besides myself and we are good to go!! The workhorse of my small tractor fleet, is my second oldest, but at 32 years old, it is still going strong and is my go-to tractor for the heavy work. It’s the one that ventures off of the woods road to blaze new trails and to haul out wood. It is also the only tractor that has the space to carry the many items needed for the hard jobs. My chainsaw sits in a case out on one rear fender, while an axe sits inside the cabin beside my seat. Outside on the loader, I have a bracket to hold my peavey for moving logs or trees around if needed. Until I find a logging winch or wench, I have a 20 plus foot hunk of chain hanging off brackets on the other side of the loader. Also hanging off the loader are lopping shears for trimming branches (instead of using chainsaw), a two-ton manual winch for hauling me (hopefully) out of places I shouldn’t have been, and a shovel (for self burial if nothing else works)!! Inside the cab, I have a hard hat with face shield, that I should use but never do, two or three pairs of gloves, a small maul-like hammer (protection from coyotes and angry wife), numerous bolts and pins, tools and a fairly short eight foot chain, along with gas and chain oil for my chainsaw. The tractor started out life weighing a little over 4,000 lbs but now weighs somewhere in the vicinity of 120,000 lbs and can barely move (just kidding)!! It is amazing, when I think about it. With all of the problems in the world both near and far, why would I write about a tractor?? Well for one thing, tractors aren’t depressing!! One of the great things about our publications is that with possibly a rare exception, all of the news is positive. And believe me, that can be very hard to find today. While there is nothing wrong with getting the “real” news on life, a continuous barrage of bad news is depressing and so people begin to feel hopeless about the future and that there is nothing that can be done. Fortunately, our publications are just loaded with people and organizations being very busy trying to solve at least some of the world’s problems and believe me, that is a good thing. Change almost never occurs out of depression, but rather hope and inspiration. 800
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Wilson Street, Saint John, Phone 635-8095, www.rcl69.ca. Sundays – 1:00pm, Crib (last Sunday of month, $40/team) in the Upper Hall. Tuesdays – 7:30pm, doubles Crib ($20/team) in the Upper Hall. Saturday, June 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th – 1:00pm, Dance with Donny & Delbert in the Lower Bar. Sunday, June 17th – 8:00pm, dance with Albert & Sam in the Upper Hall. Sunday, June 10th, 24th – 8:00pm, dance with Johnny & Sonny in the Upper Hall. Sunday, June 24th – 8:00pm, dance with Johnny & Sonny in the Upper Hall. 710 In support of the purchase of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for Grand Bay Primary and Inglewood Elementary Schools a Voyager II River Boat Cruise will be held on Saturday, June 9th from 2:00-4:00pm. Leaving from the Saint John Marina (2050 Westfield Road, the Cruise will include musical entertainment by Mary-Beth Marks, cash bar and light refreshments. Tickets for this event are $35/each (kids 3 years and under $10). Please come out for a fun afternoon and support a worthwhile cause, as we team with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to raise funds to purchase AEDs for these two schools. Congenital heart defects affect one in every 100 children born and many of these defects go undetected until a life-threatening event occurs. Help us to ensure a safer school environment for our children. Tickets are available at the Guardian Drug Store in Grand BayWestfield or by calling Cortney at 738-1196. Thank you for your support! 719 The Glen View United Church (Upland Road, Glen Falls in Saint John) will be holding a Strawberry Supper on Thursday, June 28th. Cost for the supper is $12/adult and $6/children 6-12. Take-out will be available. To purchase or reserve a ticket, or for more information, please call Linda 696-4625, Peggy 696-3001 or Frank 849-8616. 408 The 4th Annual Masonic/Eastern Star Yard Sale (indoors) will be held on Saturday, June 16th at 270 Charlotte Street West starting at 8:00am. There will be hundreds of items to select from. Rain or shine. 725
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The next KOC Breakfast will be held on Sunday, June 10th-from 9:00am-1:00pm; adults - $6, children under 12 - $3. Proceeds from this breakfast will go to the St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation for the Saint John Dragon Boat Fesitval. Thursdays – 7:00pm, Card game. Fridays – Senior’s dance. No dances are held on long weekends. See schedule for co-ordinators. Saturdays – Bingo (none on long weekends). Help is always needed and appreciated, call Yvon Arsenault (214-0755). Activities are all held at Assumption Centre, Chapel Street West. For more information call 672-7691. 701
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St. Jude’s Church West (319 Lancaster Avenue) will be holding a Chicken Salad Take-Out (only) on Saturday, June 16th. $8/plate. For more information call 672-4301. 721
ChICKEN SALAD TAKE-OuT
An afternoon of Bridge under the tent at Rothesay High School will be held at Thursday, June 21st from 1:00-4:00pm with great desserts, prizes and fun! $20/person with a $10 tax receipt. All proceeds to the Heart and Stroke Association of New Brunswick. Call 848-5464 to register your group of four players. 806
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VON (Victorian Order of Nurses) will be holding free Exercise and Wellness Clinics at the Kingston Parish Hall on Thursday, June 21st and Thursday July 19th from 11:30am-1:30pm. There will also be exercise classes from 10:30-11:30am. These classes will be geared to arthritics and seniors. Free Wellness Screening Clinics blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol testing from 11:30am-1:00pm VON Foot clinics will also be held on these dates from 1:004:00pm ($35). All the VON Office to book foot care appointments at 635-1530. 807
VON WELLNESS CLINIC
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Cherry Brook Zoo (CBZ) has two Siberian Tigers who are members of the international conservation program called Species Survival Program (SSP). The aim of SSP is to increase the captive populations and improve genetic diversity of Endangered Species. Your zoo has a long history of SSP work. Other zoo residents currently on SSP are all the monkeys and the snow leopard. Siberian Tigers, the largest of the big cats, are endangered due to loss of habitat, and prey plus poaching for the illegal black market industry that supplies Asian tradition medicine. Eight species of tigers once existed. Three species are now extinct and remembered in your zoo’s Vanished Kingdom Park. Tiger Pam is age 23 and Nyla is age six. Many visitors have asked about Pam and her current condition. The longest living tiger in a zoo was 25 years old. Pam obviously is showing her age. CBZ does not believe in euthanasia based simply on age. Pam is under veterinarian care. She has produced young and is a retired SSP tiger. Pam’s male offspring, Baikal, who grew up at your zoo is at the top of the SSP stud list for Siberian Tigers. He has gone on to produce his own offspring thus carrying on Pam’s bloodline. Pam will continue to be monitored regularly by our zoo veterinarian. The Zoo and its Miniature Golf course are open 10:00am to 8:00pm with last admission at 7:00pm. Junior Zookeeper Day Camp for kids age 6 to12 runs from June 25th to Labour Day. For more Zoo information call 634-1440. 803
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“INSTRuMENTS FOR PEACE”
Millidgeville North High School Graduation Classes of 19711974 inclusive are invited to attend a Social. Exclusive to graduates on Saturday, June 23rd from 7:00pm until close at Legends (3 Mile) – East Saint John. No cover charge, casual. This is a one-night event. Please come and reconnect with your classmates. Check out our Face book Group - MNHS 71-74 Social. Planning has started for a BIG 71-74 reunion for 2013 to accommodate those grads who live away and require extensive travel plans. 802
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Our Annual Plant Sale, a fundraiser for Symphony New Brunswick, will be held on Saturday, June 9th at St Paul’s Church Hall on Rothesay Common, between 9:00am-12:00noon. Come and buy from our large selection of perennials, shrubs and trees. We will also accept donations of plants on Friday, June 8th at St. Paul’s Church Hall between 6:00-8:00pm. For more information please call: 693-6819, 672-4042 or 635-4156. 808
SYMPhONY NB PLANT SALE
Are you interested in trying Lawn Bowling? Come join us at our Open House on Saturday, June 16th at 1:00pm (rain date Sunday, June 17th) and throw a few bowls. All you need are flatsoled shoes, we will provide the rest. The Club is located at Seaside Park, Saint John West. For further information and directions on how to find us visit our website: seasidelawnbowlingclub.com or contact Richard Hughes at 8475383. 609
SEASIDE LAWN BOWLING CLuB NEWS
A Salmon Supper will be served on Saturday, June 16th at the Kingston Parish Hall with sittings at 4:30pm and 6:00pm. Cost for the supper is $12/adults and $6/youth under 12. Advance tickets advised – only a limited number of tickets will be available at the door. Please contact the Kingston Parish Office to reserve your seat at 763-3183 or by Email firstname.lastname@example.org. 826
SALMON SuPPER - KINGSTON
The Fr. Thomas 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 The Barnesville Presbyterian Church (1257 Rte 820) is hosting a full course Chinese Dinner with dessert on Saturday, June 9th from 4:00-6:00pm. Price $10/adult & $4/child. Take-outs available at 832-7790. All proceeds will go toward our new roof. 835
Centre is the lucky winner of the Mothers Day $200 Gift Certificate Draw, advertised in the May 1st issue of the Hampton Herald. Jackie got to choose from the many participating advertisers in the Hampton/Sussex area. She picked Holly’s Restaurant as her choice. Jackie plans to share the winnings with her family and friends. Bon Appétit! A big thank you to Ossekeag Publishing for putting up this wonderful prize. The residents of the Dr. V. A. Snow Centre thoroughly enjoy reading your publications. Thanks!! Gloria Baird, Therapeutic Recreationist
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Mark your calendar to celebrate Canada Day – on the Belleisle at Hatfield Point – for this year, a day early, on Saturday, June 30th. The day will begin with breakfast & yard sale (sponsored by the Outreach Pentecostal Church youth group) and the annual parade. Other events for the day include: children’s games, art, quilt & fancywork displays, carpentry competition, cake auction and musical entertainment. In honour of the Queen’s Jubilee Year a “Royal Tea with a “Queen” will also take place and you won’t want to miss the 2nd annual “Lawn Mower Races”. A day of celebration always includes a ‘cake cutting’ ceremony and hotdogs/hamburgers will be available for those who need a snack or a cup of hot coffee and a donut in support of MAD@ poverty. The evening will begin with the popular cemetery stories and the finale of the day will be the fireworks from the wharf. Additional participants are always welcome for the parade and anyone who would have quilts and/or handiwork they would like to display can contact 485-2514. A few events are yet to be finalized, so watch for further information. 834
CANADA DAY ON ThE BELLEISLE
There will be a Giant Indoor Yard Sale at Saint David’s United Church (7 Gondola Point Road, Rothesay) on Friday, June 8th from 6:00-8:00pm and Saturday, June 9th from 8:00am12:00noon. 827
ST. DAVID’S YARD SALE
If you ever attended Havelock High School (Grade 9 to grade 12) even if only for a short time; or if you ever taught there, from the time the school began until these grades were transferred to Petitcodiac, then you are invited. Come on Friday, June Registration 29th. is at 3:00pm at the school. $10 fee per person will cover refreshments etc. This reunion is in conjunction with Havelock Homecoming Celebrations on Saturday, June 30th to celebrate 200th anniversary of the first settlers to Butternut Ridge. 837 St. Joseph’s Parish holds Bingo every Thursday 6:45pm at the HOPE Centre (4347 Loch Lomond Road). Jackpot $1000 in 49 numbers or less. 939
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A series of three free talks on the effect of the War of 1812 on Saint John will be given at Martello tower this summer by local history buff David Goss, with the first being held on Sunday, June 17th at 2:30pm. Sponsored by Parks Canada, the talk is free to the public, and will be held on the grounds of the tower which provides a panoramic view of many of the city sites that will be talked in the quest to understand what Saint John was like from 1783 to the outbreak of the war in 1812. The second talk will be held on Sunday, July 22nd and the third on Sunday, August 19th, and will further explore the war period until its end in 1815 using diaries, books, columns, and recollections from archival sources. Full details by calling 636- 4011. 602
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The Saint John Men’s Chorus will be holding their annual Spring Concert on Tuesday, June 12th 7:30pm at the Portland United Church (Newport Crescent). Their repertoire is eclectic and covers various styles and periods. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased from chorus members or at the door. See you there! 604
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The Saint John area Talk With Me program will be holding the last of two Road to Reading workshops on Wednesday, June 6th from 9:00 to 11:00am at the Forest Glenn Community Centre. Talk with Me workshops are open to caregivers and are designed to encourage pre-reading skills for children ages three to five. To register for any Talk With Me program, or find out about events offered in your area, call 1-877-492-8255. Financial aid is available for transportation and childcare when needed. 607
TALK WITh ME WORKShOP
Know Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia? You are invited to join us for a free coffee and snack on the last Sunday of each month at St. Mark’s Church, 50 Dexter Drive West Saint John from 2:00-4:00pm. Education, support and a friendly atmosphere for those living with dementia, their loved ones and caregivers. All Welcome. Please contact Ed Sullivan at 672 5286 or sulli@ nb.sympatico.ca. 612
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MAY “PIC OF ThE MONTh”
Congratulations to Kelly Laaper of Kingston who submitted this photo of an old vehicle in the woods on the Kingston Peninsula. Kelly has won a voucher to a local Subway for a foot long meal deal. 823
The 2012 Kirkpatrick Reunion will be held August 10th, 11th & 12th at the Patterson Historical Grounds. Mark your calendars now. The planning committee has been meeting and plans are now underway for this event. We need volunteers to help with this event. Also, as this will be a large gathering, we are looking for potential interest in local bed and breakfasts and use of trailers/campers. If you can help in anyway and or need more information about volunteering and local bed and breakfasts, etc., please contact Doreen Cross at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Gail Willis email@example.com. 829
2012 KIRKPATRICK REuNION
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Free classes in Math & English, lower levels up to GED. Small classes, mornings or afternoons, Monday-Friday. Start at your own skill level, work at your own pace. The program will take place at the Carleton Community Centre. Call Jim Burns for more info at 658- 2815. 729
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Join us for Saint John’s 10th Annual WALK for ALS on Saturday, June 9th. The afternoon event will take place at the Market Square Boardwalk and in addition to the 5 km walk there will be food, entertainment, prizes, and more! Money raised will help support those living with ALS and will go towards funding national and regional research initiatives. Please consider making a team or attending the event in general. Register online at walkforals.ca. For more information/registration contact Michele Connors at 849-8484. We hope to see you there! 959
WALK FOR ALS
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Sam Song, a student at Milledgeville North School, recently had the opportunity to represent NB at the Canadian Chess Challenge at Saint’s Mary’s University in Halifax. He played nine games and came in second place in the Grade 6 Competition. Winning is no surprise to Sam and his family. Last year he placed first, winning the gold medal at Canadian Chess Challenge. Sam and his family moved to Canada less than a year and a half ago. They immigrated from China in February of 2011. Sam’s mother, Yang Bai is a student in the Language Program at the Saint John Y. She travels with her son to various tournaments and often participates as referee. 605
ChESS ChAMP FOR NB
(l-r): Lynn Marotte, President of NB Chess and Math Association, Sam Song and Justin Deveau, NB Chess Captain.
The Saint John Vocational School “Class of ’62” will be celebrating its 50 Year Reunion on Saturday, July 21st. It is imperative that you get those registration forms filled out and returned by June 22nd as seating is limited and the date for the reunion is drawing closer. If you misplaced your registration form or we missed you, contact us immediately!! If you attended “Voc” during the years 1961-1963 we would be delighted to have you join us and renew old friendships. Please contact Tom Sully at 693-3657 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also check the school web site: sjvshvhsalumni.hvbrview. com and follow the prompts (SJVS-Reunions-Class of 19622012) for more information. The school has an elevator if you find stairs a bit daunting. There may be other Reunions, but there will only be one 50th for the Class of ’62. We are looking forward to hearing from you real soon and seeing you in July. 825
SJVS CLASS OF 1962 REuNION
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Come out and help us celebrate Canada Day! Please come join in on the fun, Sunday, July 1st at the Public Landing Wharf. There will be something for everyone - starting with a yard sale from 8:00am-2:00pm, followed by bingo from 3:00-5:00pm. We will have face & nail painting for the kids, along with a Treasure Hunt. There will also be having a BBQ starting at 11:00am and the grand finale - fireworks over the river at 10:00pm. Tables for the yard sale are $10. If interested in renting a table, call Bonnie at 757-8793. 722
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Ladies Volleyball League plays at the Carlton Community Centre on Sundays from 3:00-9:00pm (one hour play), for ages 18 and up. For more information contact Jennifer LeBlanc at 755-9081. 606
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Carson Hilliard, grade 4 of Lakefield Elementary School of Quispamsis; Myra Pears of Centennial Elementary (Saint John) and her Principal Tina Estabrooks and Barry & Debbie Ogden of Quispamsis recently met Charles and Camilla and Premier, David Alward during the Royal visit to Saint John and showed them how to plant Marigolds. 608
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MCCANN, M Clarice
The death of Clarice, wife of the late John Henry (Bill) McCann occurred at Rocmaura Nursing Home on May 5th, 2012. She was born on February 25th, 1917 to the late Michael and Agnes (Reid) Keenan in Fairville, where she lived her whole life before moving to Rocmaura. She was a lifelong member of Saint Rose of Lima Parish and was an active member of the Legion of Mary and the Catholic Women’s League. She is survived by her children Kathleen von Richter (Paul) of Hampton, Marian McCann of Bloomfield, Ronald McCann (Debra McFarlane), Margaret Mazerolle (Robert) and Mary Vitale (Bobby) all of Saint John; one sister Marjorie Owens of Richmond, BC; one sister-in-law Loy McCann, who was her roommate at Rocmaura and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Clarice was a former employee of Cash ‘N Carry and BettyBrite Cleaners. She loved knitting for others, reading, doing puzzles and especially spending time with her children, 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband she was predeceased by her sisters Kathleen Dever, Verna Keenan and her brothers Ronald Keenan, Frances Vernon and Michael Roy in infancy. Mass of Christian Burial was held on May 10th, 2012 from Saint Rose of Lima Church. The main celebrant was Father Ralph McRae and also present were Father Mike LeBlanc, Father John Mooney, Father Don Breen and Father David Martin. The Music Ministry consisted of accompanist Mary Ann O’Hara, soloist Margie Mazerolle (daughter), Theresa Rogers and Mike Boyer. The CWL formed an honour guard. Readings were given by Marian McCann (daughter), Christina Fanelli (granddaughter) and Natasha Mazerolle (granddaughter-inlaw). Pallbearers included Adam Ferguson (grandson), Jeff Mazerolle (grandson), Andrew Mazerolle (grandson), Bob Mazerolle (son-in-law), Bob Vitale (son-in-law) and Robert Reid (cousin). Memorial donations were given to St. George’s Memorial Fund; Carleton-Kirk United Church; ALS Society of NB; Gideon Bibles; Rocmaura Foundation Inc (with one from the Management, Staff and Board of Directors of Rocmaura) and also from the Ding-a-Ling Bowling League; Divine Mercy Catholic School; Bruce Melanson Scholarship Fund; Romero House – Soup Kitchen; Heart and Stroke Foundation; Canadian Cancer Society; Dr. V A Snow Centre; Parkinson’s Society; Saint John Regional Hospital (with one from Horizon Health Network – Saint John zone); and Mind Care (with one from staff of 4D North). Spiritual donations were given as Mass Cards to Saint Rose Church (with one from the CWL) and Saint Matthew’s Church (with one from Saint Matthew’s Choir). Interment took place at Holy Cross Cemetery, followed by a reception at the Fallsview Family Centre. The family would like to thank all who helped us to celebrate Clarice’s life by your donations, your presence, your acts of kindness and your prayers. 723
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290 Ludlow St. West 635-9919 Sundays: 1:00-4:00pm, “25¢ Bingo”, 50/50, canteen available. Everyone welcome. Mondays: Dabber Bingo, doors open at 5:30pm, Early Bird games start at 6:30 and Regular games at 7:00pm. 50/50 and canteen. Everyone welcome. Tuesday, June 12th – 7:00pm, “Special General Meeting” regarding the future of the branch. All members are urged to attend. By order of the President. 712 On May 23rd, the Grand Bay-Westfield Relay For Life committee held their very first Jail ‘n Bail fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society! In total, over $3,100 was raised for life saving cancer research, information, advocacy and prevention and support programs. The committee would like to send out a huge thank you to all the jailbirds, arresting officers, everyone who donated, and to everyone who came to help and support this fun event! A special thanks goes out to Sobeys, for lending their parking lot and Oromocto Crime Stoppers, for generously donating the mock jail. What a wonderful display of community spirit by Grand BayWestfield is! On behalf of the Grand Bay-Westfield Relay For Life volunteers, thank you all! Please join all Relayers on June 8th and show your support! It’s not too late to donate – relayforlife.ca. 2012 Rely for Life Committee & Volunteers. 726
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Lorneville Community Centre Country Dance/Open Mic every Thursday at 7:30pm. Join the house band, The River Road Ramblers, on stage or just dance the night away. This is an alcohol free event. Admission is $3 at the door. 716
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The River Valley Lions Club are holding Bingo every Thursday. The doors open at 6:00 with quarter games starting at 6:20, early bird games at 7:00pm followed by regular games at the River Valley Lions Community Centre, 27 Inglewood Drive Grand Bay-Westfield (wheelchair accessible). Canteen is available.
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The Grand Bay-Westfield ATV Riders regular monthly meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Grand Bay Centrum at 7:00pm. For Club information please contact 757-8787 or visit the website at grandbay-westfieldatvriders. ca. New members always welcome. 724
Villa Madonna Retreat House will be holding a Salmon Dinner on Canada Day - Monday, July 1st – there will be three sittings, 4:00, 4:45 and 5:30pm, with entertainment by Debbie Harrity. Adult tickets are $20, children’s tickets 10 & under $5 (chicken fingers). For more information or for tickets, please call the Villa at 8495125. 816
The Annual Meeting of the Titus Hill Cemetery, Titusville will be held in the chapel at the cemetery on Monday, June 11th at 7:00pm. 818
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The Marco Polo Quilters Guild welcomes all those interested in quilting whether they are beginners or experienced quilters. Join us at St. Columba Church on the first Wednesday of every month from 7:00-9:00pm and every Thursday from 10:00am2:00pm. Come and enjoy the fellowship of quilting. Bring a friend, enjoy the programs, take a workshop, learn a most enjoyable and time-honoured skill. For further information contact: Sandra Betts 672-4636, firstname.lastname@example.org or Norah Sullivan-O’Toole 674-1639, email@example.com. 728
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Babies in the Library - a program designed for the very young (newborn-18 months) with songs, fingerplays and tickles encourage language development and having fun with your baby. Please register for the next session. Time for Tots - an age appropriate program designed for children aged 18–36 month held every Thursday morning at 10:30 throughout the year. This half-hour program is filled with action songs, fingerplays, music and storytelling. Story Time - a program for the all ages. It consists of stories, songs, fingerplays and a craft. This program is offered Friday morning at10:30am. Pre-registration is not required. Drop by and enjoy a fun story time with your family.
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Family Drop-In - available in the children’s area of the library. Books, a craft, puzzles and colouring sheets are organized around a different theme each week. Drop by the library when you are in the Lancaster Mall and enjoy a few minutes reading and sharing a craft together. Having your children busy at colouring sometimes also gives you a few extra minutes to choose a book for yourself! Super Saturday (June 16th) – 2:30pm, Father’s Day Special. Who’s your superhero? Make the superhero in your life a comic book wallet! Summer Reading Club 2012 - Heroes abound at your library: Super Hero Training Camp, registration week June 25th–29th, for more information on daily activities and times for this week, please contact the library. Mystery Book Club - Thursday, June 21st at 6:00pm – mysteries by various authors and pot luck supper. This program occurs monthly every third Thursday, from September until June. New members are always welcome. Chick-Lit Book Club - Robin and the Chicks picks for June, Thursday, June 28th at 7:00pm – Last Summer (Of You And Me) by Ann Brashares. New members are welcome to join this outrageously fun reading group. Gates Computer Lab - available to check your e-mail, do research and use the Internet. The service is free. Book a tutorial and learn basic computer skills. WiFi available. In the Gallery: Works of Art by Mary McMurray Wilkins. Off the Canvas: Pottery by Darren Emineau. Bulletin Board: Check out what is happening in your community. Summer Hours: Begin on Monday, June 18th – Monday, Tuesday, Friday 9:00am-5:00pm, Wednesday & Thursday 9:00am-8:30pm; Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm; Sunday & Monday – closed. 708
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June 8 – June 9, 2012 River Valley Middle School
5:00pm: Survivor Reception 6:00pm: Live on stage: Allison Inch and Reg Gallant 6:30pm: ZUMBA Warm up 7:00pm: Opening Ceremony and Survivors Walk and Team Parade (have your team mascot and banners ready) Oh Canada by April Delong 8:00pm: Saloon Door lap: show o your best decorated Salon door
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As in any organization, staff is key. Recently, luncheon celebrations were held at both Kings Way Care Centre in Quispamsis and at Kennebec Manor in Saint John. Nutrition staff and volunteers did the Barbecuing – great way to kick off the summer season and spend some leisure time together – away from their daily rounds. At Kennebec Manor, long standing employee, Ken Herrell was acknowledged for 30 years of service. Ken was actually part of the building crew for the structure, helped build furniture and his Grandmother was one of the first residents. Talk about dedication! Tracy Scott at Kings Way read a heartfelt letter from a family member of a former resident – “I want to take the opportunity to write and tell you what wonderful people you are. You were so caring and loving towards my dad. You always had a kind word and smile for him no matter how busy or tired you were. In my eyes you are all angels and I truly thank God that we had you to care for daddy when we could no longer care for him” DG “Thank you” to all of our employees for going above & beyond every day to give our residents moments of joy and quality of life. 718
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The Sussex Vale District Women’s Institute is sponsoring the annual “Covered Bridge Tea” on Wednesday, July 4th at the Salmon River Covered Bridge (past Four Corners on Rte 890). There will be two sittings – 1:30-2:30 and 3:00-4:00pm. Cost for the tea is $7. For tickets or more information please call 433-5741. 830
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A Prostate Cancer Support group for Saint John and outlying towns and communities will hold regular meetings on the first meeting on Tuesday of each month in the social room at St. James the Less Church located (1760 Rothesay Road, Rothesay) at 7:00pm. Support group members provide emotional support to each other; demonstrate that one is not alone, and that others share similar experiences and concerns. For further information call Doug Moore, Co-ordinator, at 847-1628. 815
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In loving memory of a dear brother, whom God called Home June 16, 2007.
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Now that the risk of killing a frost is finally over, it’s likely that there will be a mad rush to the garden centers and the household budgets will again be in a perilous state. If you are fortunate enough to have a deer proof fence, the sky is the limit, if not, then it’s wise to pick as many deer proof items as possible. There are a number of interesting plants and bushes that seem to be either very low on our white tailed friend’s dietary list, or happily, off their list all together. For several years, despite the regular appearance of these beasties, I have grown the following with great success: Lavenders; Forsythia; bush and vine Honeysuckles; Epimedium, a low perennial with delightful pink, yellow or red delicate blooms, followed by heart shaped leaves that turn a beautiful deep red color as they mature; Deutzia, a shrub with delicate fragrant blossoms and pale green leaves; Fox Gloves; Burning Bush; Lady’s Mantle; Barberry; Caragana; Peonies; Hawthorns and assorted Clematis. So far the Wisteria has remained in tact however, now that it is trailing temptingly over the fence I am not sure of its future. No matter how firm I am in my resolve to abide by the “Don’t Feed the Deer”, concept, the fact remains that if we garden at all, we are providing food for them ... anyway, there are plants that are simply too beautiful to pass up and there is protection for them. It’s wise to keep these purchases within reasonable bounds, namely the numbers that one can easily spray on a regular basis. My dentist recently suggested that since deer avoid the Narcissus family, (Daffodils and the like), that a blend of the faded blooms with a few of the leaves might be a good base for the next miracle repellant. I shall have a go, since it is time to cut the blossoms down anyway, I shall mix in a little oil or beaten egg to help the mixture adhere to the leaves and ‘Hey Presto’, we might just strike gold; enough perhaps to pay for a really fancy filling!! While you are at it, cut down the entire blossom bearing stems from tulips and crocus, but compost them as they are the #1 favorite food. By taking off the spent blooms the plant then will put all its energies into strengthening the bulb, instead of working hard on producing a nice fat seed pod. The results will provide many more flowers next year. Happy gardening, even if it means scaling your diet to wieners and beans! 805
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On behalf of Carrie, Joey and Nathan Beaudoin, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to Ossekeag Publishing, Shaw Signs, Atlantic Press, Southern Drive, Billy ‘ e Rig’ Dugay, and Shiretown Publicans for helping us promote our "50 Days to Save a Life" auction/entertainment fundraiser.
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The Knights Of Columbus Council 9176 will be holding their next Brunch on Sunday, May 27th from 10:00am-1:00pm We are hoping all our patrons return for a scrumptious meal at $6/adults and $4/child and $20/family of five. 702
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As odd it seems to me, it has been 40 years since my high school graduation. It does not seem possible, but a simple subtraction confirms the truth of it: 2012-1972 = 40 years! Yikes. What was happening way back then? Pierre Elliot Trudeau was prime minister, Richard Nixon was the president of the United States (Watergate was a couple of years down the road), and Richard Hatfield was premier of New Brunswick (and so was the Bricklin). A new house cost in the $25,000 - $30,000 range. Gas was 36 cents a gallon (which would be approximately 8 cents per liter except we weren’t using the metric system then). New Brunswick officially became Canada’s only bilingual province - and removed “The Picture Province” from our license plates. The number one movie of the year was The Godfather, the number one song was Don McLean’s American Pie and All in the Family was the number one TV show (yes, we did have television then). M.A.S.H. premiered in 1972. For sports fans, that was year Paul Henderson scored the “goal of the century” in the Canada vs Soviet Union hockey Summit series. It was also the year 11 Israeli athletes were killed in the Munich Summer Olympics terrorist attack. In the midst of all that, a grand total of 38 Grade 12 students at Hampton High School approached graduation. Amazingly when we sat down to plan a 40th reunion, with one or two exceptions we know where all 38 are today or can find out fairly easily. One of the benefits of a small community. So we will get together for an evening to catch up a little and brag about our grandkids and maybe rekindle some of that youthful energy and anticipation of what life had in store for us as we looked ahead at age 18. Age is just a number. “True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country.” ~ Kurt Vonnegut. 801
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