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“MY TRACTOR”
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!!
e workhorse of my small tractor eet, 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 o 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 nd a logging winch or wench, I have a 20 plus
foot hunk of chain hanging o brackets on the other side of the
loader. Also hanging o 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.
e 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
nd 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
Rhonda Finlay B.A., M.S.c.
Audiologist
281 Hampton Road, Quispamsis
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847-3030
GIVE YOUR DAD THE GIFT OF HEARING!
Are your loved ones having trouble hearing the
television, on the phone, or just regular conversation?
We can help!!
To Celebrate Father’s Day
Kennebecasis Valley Hearing Centre is having a
sale on Assistive listening devices.
Our Father’s Day Sale includes:
Portable phone amplifiers
TV Ears
Pocketalker Pro
Come visit us to see what you can give him on his day!!
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY HAPPY FATHER’S DAY
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Quispamsis seniors
Te Quispamsis Seniors Club is celebrating its 20
th
Anniversary
on Tursday, June 21
st
from 1:30-4:00pm. All former members
of the Club are invited to attend. It will be an afernoon of fun,
games, prizes and refreshments.
If able to attend please reply by June 14
th
or for further
information please call Nancy at 847-3671 or Ruth at 847-8752.
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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 Sunday.
Tuesdays – (2
nd
Tuesday of each month) 7:00pm,
Executive meeting; General meeting at 8:00pm.
Wednesdays – (2
nd
Wednesday of each month) 7:00pm, Ladies’
Auxiliary.
Fridays – 7:00pm, Cribbage, bring a partner and enjoy an
evening out. All welcome.
Friday, June 22
nd
– 5:00-7:00pm, Chicken & Ribs Dinner ($12/
person). Tickets available at the Branch. Deadline for tickets is
Wednesday, June 20
th
. Everyone welcome.
Texas Hold-Em Tournaments will be held at RCL Branch #58
on Sundays beginning June 24
th
. Registration begins at 2:00
with play to begin at 3:00pm. 40 tickets (max) available for each
tournament and pre-registration tickets are available ahead of
time at the Branch. First tournament cost is $50 and the other
tournaments will be $20.
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 Comrade Norman Gaillard (847-5991) or the Branch.
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reminder: neW to you saLe
St. Mark’s Church (Pettingill Road, Quispamsis) will be holding
a “New to You” Sale on saturday, June 9
th
from 9:00am-
12:00noon.
Drop of all items (in good condition) for the sale on Tursday,
June 7
th
& Friday, June 8
th
from 9:00am to 5:00pm. 232
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St. Mark’s Catholic Church
Pastor: Father Don Breen
171 Pettingill Rd., Quispamsis
Phone 849-5111 Fax 849-5120
Masses: Saturday 5pm
Sunday 9am & 11:15am
A warm welcome awaits all who come.
Website: www.stmarksparish.ca
Email: stmarkschurch@nb.aibn.com
DINNER & AUCTION A SUCCESS
Guests who attended the 11
th

Annual East Indian Charity
Dinner and Auction held
on April 28
th
hosted by Dr.
Eshwar & Mrs. Vittu Kumar,
enjoyed an elegant evening of fine cuisine, all in support of
the Canadian Cancer Society. Held at Rothesay Netherwood
School, the event raised more than $90,000 for cancer
research, as well as prevention and advocacy initiatives and
support for people living with cancer in New Brunswick.
This brings the 11-year total to more than $570,000.
The more than 360 guests who attended the charity event
enjoyed an outstanding menu of authentic East Indian fare,
prepared by Mrs. Kumar, with help from a dedicated team
of volunteers. There was also an auction, presided over by
Auctioneer Kevin Bond, and a Bollywood dance performed
by Rondos Out of Proportion Dance Co.
The Canadian Cancer Society fights cancer by doing
everything we can to prevent cancer, save lives and support
people living with cancer. Join the fight! Go to fightback.ca
to find out how you can help. When you want to know more
about cancer, visit our website at: cancer.ca, or call our toll-
free bilingual Cancer Information Service at 1-888-939-3333.
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Reminder: IODE “JUBILEE” TEA
e IODE, Duke of Rothesay Chapter, invites you
to come join us for tea at the Bill McGuire Centre
on ursday, June 7
th
from 12:00noon-2:00pm as
we celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Cost is
$10/person. 233
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
beginners.
We are recruiting new members now and we need you! Please
call us at 849-3267. 212
‘BLOG’ FUNDS TO CANCER SOCIETY
For every $10 donated via my blog, you will receive a chance
to win a portrait session (valued at over $100) with Christina
Coey Photography. All funds raised will be going directly to
the Canadian Cancer Society.
All of the details are at: ChristinaCoeyPhotography.com/blog.
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383 Hampton Road, Quispamsis.
Across from KVHS - 847-5822
Kennebecasis Baptist Church
Every Sunday at 11:00am
Wondering if Church is for You? Try it!
Join us for Sunday Worship and tell us how we can serve you!
Sunday June 10th: Graduation Sunday
& Bring your motorcycle to Church
Find us on
We value our children and youth and prepare them for
the future through our ministry with them while they
challenge us to see ourselves through their eyes.
We worship every Sunday morning at 9:55am
June 10, 2012
Sunday School Closing Celebration
June 17, 2012
UCW 50th Anniversary
CHURCH CHART
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Reminder: GaRden Tea & aucTion
FundRaiseR
Te Girls NB Bantam Lacrosse Team hosting a Garden Tea &
Auction at St. Augustine’s Church (on the corner of Pettingill
and Quispamsis Rd) on saturday, June 9
th
at 2:00pm. Cost of
admission is a garden-themed item like a potted plant from your
own garden, homemade preserves, hand-made gif or store-
bought garden-related item! Tese items will then be auctioned
of with all proceeds going towards the team’s expenses for their
up-coming trip.
For more information or to donate an item for the auction,
contact Jen Ferris at 647-0637. Tank you in advance for your
support! 235
Koc cRiB
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
FaiRVaLe ouTinG associaTion
8 River Road, Rothesay, 847-4066
General Meetings are held the frst Sunday of each month at
6:00pm; all members are welcome to attend.
Tuesdays - Starlight Promenaders Square Dance Club from
7:30-10:00pm. For more info please contact Pat & Jim McLean
at 763-2634.
Wednesdays – 6:00-7:30pm, TOPS meeting, 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.
Memberships $10 or $5/seniors. Contact Anne Smith at 847-
4163. Memberships also available on Tursday nights at canteen
or when the bar is open for an event.
Te Fairvale Outing Association is available for rental for
weddings, Christmas parties and other special events. Home
cooked catering is also available (turkey, roast beef or ham
dinners) for large or small events (sandwich, veggie, fruit and
sweet trays). For more information call David Smith at 847-
4647; or for rentals please contact Jeanie Saunders at 847-8332.
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GREYHOUND MEET & GREET
e Maritime Greyhound Adoption Program (MGAP) would
like to invite the public to a Meet & Greet at the Atlantic
Superstore in Rothesay on Sunday, June 10
th
from 12:00noon
to 4:00pm. Please come out and visit with our members and
greyhounds to see why greys make the greytest pets.
For more information please checkout our website at MGAP.ca
or call 847-2715. NB SPCA License #0121. 224
ARTS PROGRAM FUNDRAISER
In support of the KVHS Arts program a concert
fundraiser will be held on Friday, June 15
th

7:00pm at the Kennebecasis Valley High School.
Entertainment for the evening will be: e
Exemptions (local teens); Music of Maroon 5;
Hedley and more.
e $5 tickets will be available in advance at the KVHS school
o ce or by calling band members Kyle McVea (849-4220) & Liz
Nelson (654-1811) or available at the door. All proceeds will go
to the KVHS Arts program. 407
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL IN QUISPAMSIS
It’s Annual Strawberry Festival time again at St. Luke’s (Gondola
Point) on ursday, July 5
th
at the Church Hall, 12 Quispamsis
Road from 4:30-6:30pm. Join us for delicious roast turkey,
baked potatoes, vegetables, rolls, tea and coee and best of all,
delicious, mouth-watering New Brunswick strawberries and
biscuits with lots of whipped cream.
Tickets are $12 each and $3 for children aged 12 and under.
Call 847-4055 to reserve tickets for either eat-in or take-out.
Tickets are limited so call early. 409
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ST. ANDREW’S ANNIVERSARY EVENTS
Saint Andrew’s Kirk (196 Hammond River Road, Quispamsis)
cordially invites you to our 170
th
Anniversary Celebration
Weekend on June 9
th
& 10
th
. Join us as we celebrate God’s
goodness, our community and our memories.
On Saturday, June 9
th
we shall be hosting a Variety Concert
& Kitchen Party at the Nauwigewauk Hall starting at 7:00pm.
Tickets ($10) can be purchased at the door. Refreshments will be
available at intermission. Plan for an evening of music, laughter,
and fellowship with the Trecartin family, the AussieScots Duo,
and the SAK Men’s Band. Many surprise acts and a kitchen party
sing-along will round out the evening. Bring your spoons!!!
On Sunday, June 10
th
Rev. Mary Wanamaker will be the guest
speaker at the Kirk for our Anniversary Service. Join us at
11:00am for a celebration of Communion, worship, and music.
A celebration lunch will follow the service. All are invited to
attend.
For further information on these or any of our other Anniversary
activities throughout the year, please contact Doreen Saunders
at 847-8580. 412
MISSED THE INCOME TAX DEADLINE?
If you did not meet the April 30
th
deadline for completing your
2011 income tax return, or missed completing it in previous
years, you may be missing out on available government funds
or tax credits such as the GST tax credit or the Universal Child
Tax Benet. Some benets can be claimed retroactively upon
submission of your returns.
Following a successful two seasons of operation of the
volunteer Income Tax Clinic at St. Paul’s Church in Rothesay
(98 returns completed in 2011 and 174 in 2012), the operator
of this clinic is oering to continue to do returns on computer,
by appointment, up until the end of September. Aer that date
it is not possible to e-le 2011 returns (older returns have to be
printed and mailed).
You qualify to take advantage of this free service if your 2011
income was less than $30,000 for individuals or $35,000 for
couples. Please note that the Canada Volunteer Income Tax
Program does not complete returns involving capital gains,
business or rental income, or bankrupt or deceased persons.
Returns as far back as 2006 can be submitted for completion.
All papers relating to your returns must be supplied.
Interested persons may call Robert Taylor at 847-7331 to book
an appointment. Some delays may be expected depending upon
the number of requests and upon my other commitments. 411
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QUISPAMSIS - ISLAND VIEW LIONS BINGO
Doors Open @ 5:30
Early Games @ 6:45
Regular Games @ 7:00
- 1st chance: $100 - 2nd chance: $100
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EVERY SUNDAY
WALKS ‘N TALKS MARTELLO TOWER
A series of three free talks on the eect of the War of 1812 on
Saint John will be given at Martello tower this summer by local
history bu David Goss, with the rst being held on Sunday,
June 17
th
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.
e second talk will be held on Sunday, July 22
nd
and the
third on Sunday, August 19
th
, 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
TALK WITH ME WORKSHOP
e Saint John area Talk With Me program will be holding the
last of two Road to Reading workshops on Wednesday, June 6
th
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 ve.
To register for any Talk With Me program, or nd out about
events oered in your area, call 1-877-492-8255. Financial aid
is available for transportation and childcare when needed. 607
ALZHEIMER’S CAFÉ
Know Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia? You are
invited to join us for a free coee 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
MEN’S CHORUS CONCERT
e Saint John Men’s Chorus will be holding their annual Spring
Concert on Tuesday, June 12
th
7:30pm at the Portland United
Church (Newport Crescent). eir 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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SKY SUMMER CAMP
e excitement is soaring, so get ready to take o! Kids will
see, hear, touch, and even taste! Lots of hands-on team building
games, adventure and tasty treats to keep everyone on the move.
Kids entering K to nishing Grade 5, join us on June 24
th
-27
th
from 6:00-8:30pm at Kings Valley Church.
Register online at: kingsvalley.ca. Don’t miss it! 217
KIDSING SUMMER CAMP 2012
KidSing Entertainment Inc. is happy to announce eight weeks of
summer camp in Quispamsis. We have elementary level camps
with our themes and very own instructors. Middle and High
School camps have been added each week and we are brining in
a special guest to teach that week’s theme.
Camp dates for Quispamsis start on July 3
rd
and run until
August 24
th
. Please contact KidSing for further information at:
847-3363, visist the Website at kindsing.ca; follow on Twitter -@
Kidsingschool or ‘like us’ on Facebook at KidSing Etertainment
Inc. 222
ADULT VOLLEYBALL
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
VBS IN KINGSTON
e Kingston United Baptist Church will be hosting Vacation
Bible School during the week of July 2
nd
-6
th
from 9:00am until
12:00noon, daily. e theme this year is Sky, where children will
learn that Everything is Possible with God. ere will be Bible
stories, snacks, experiments, games and more!
If you are age three to nishing grade six, please join us for all
of the fun! For more information or to register, please visit our
website at: kingstonbaptist.com/events.php or call 763-2648. 406
LADIES VOLLEYBALL
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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CAMP GLENBURN FUNDRAISER
A ‘Friends of Glenburn’ fundraising event is being held on
Saturday, June 9
th
in Saint John. All members of the public are
welcome to attend and share camping memories at 7:00pm at
the Canterbury Lounge (47 Canterbury Street). e night will
also include a slideshow presentation of the new addition to
the Camp Glenburn adventure course. e new additions were
provided through the fundraising eorts of the caring Glenburn
Alumni.
Admission is free but donations in support of the David Walker
Memorial Fund will be accepted. For additional information on
the event or the memorial fund please contact: Greg Bishop,
Director Camp Glenburn at 646-2104 or Julian Walker (David
Walker’s Father) 461-9994. 918
FUNDY GARDENERS MEETING
e next meeting of the Fundy Gardeners will be on Wednesday,
June 6
th
7:00pm at the Kennebecasis Select Funeral Home (152
Pettingill Road, Quispamsis). Guest speaker for the evening will
be Kristl Walek, who will be speaking on ‘e Magic of Seeds’.
All welcome.
For more information please visit fundygardeners.blogspot.
com. 400
STRAWBERRY SUPPER GLEN FALLS
e Glen View United Church (Upland Road, Glen Falls in
Saint John) will be holding a Strawberry Supper on ursday,
June 28
th
. 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
SALMON DINNER
Villa Madonna Retreat House will be holding a Salmon Dinner
on Canada Day - Monday, July 1
st
– 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
ngers).
For more information or for tickets, please call the Villa at 849-
5125. 816
KV OLD BOYS
RAFFLE
e KV Old Boys are
again conducting
their Spring Ra e
in support of local
charities. Since
2003, they have
raised and returned
to the community
a p p r o x i ma t e l y
$105,000. Tickets
are on sale from time
to time at Shoppers
and Canadian Tire
in Quispamsis. 207
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LACROSSE NOVICE CHAMPS
e KV Black Knights, also know as KV-N3 won the Spring
Slam Lacrosse Tournament in Saint John which was held on
May 13
th
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L-r, Front Row: Marcus Vaillancourt.
Middle: Fraser King, Noah Webster, Ben Hogan, Carson
Hilliard, Ethan McKee, Isaak Somers, Paul Danells.
Back: Bradley Roy, David Lyons, Ethan Ross, Connor
Richard, Pete Stanger, Liam Dyker ,Emma Kenel.
Missing: Jack Breckenridge.
Coaches: Mark & Bailey Collins.
MILLIDGEVILLE NORTH REUNION
Millidgeville North High School Graduation Classes of 1971-
1974 inclusive are invited to attend a Social. Exclusive to
graduates on Saturday, June 23
rd
from 7:00pm until close at
Legends (3 Mile) – East Saint John. No cover charge, casual.
is 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
“3R” DAY IN ROTHESAY
A “3R” Day will be held on Saturday, June 16
th
in the Barb
Magee Insurance Agency o ce parking lot (113 Hampton
Road) in Rothesay. e “3R’s” involve: Reduce – A Shred It
truck will be on site for document shredding from 10:00am-
12:0noon (donation to MADD SJ); Reuse – a Yard Sale (table
space donation to MADD) and Recycle – KV Old Boys Bottle
Drive from 9:30am-1:00pm.
Hope to see you there. 228
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The United Nations declared 2012 to be the
International Year of Sustainable Energy for All. This year
is a valuable opportunity to raise awareness about the
importance of increasing sustainable access to energy,
energy efficiency, and renewable energy at the local,
national, regional and international levels.
Clean Air Day (June 6th) - raises awareness and
encourages action on clean air and climate change
issues. Canadians can show their commitment by
participating in activities that contribute to cleaner air,
healthier communities and a better quality of life for all.
When you use public transit, cycle, walk and rollerblade,
you can reduce your personal emissions, save money
used on fuel, contribute to your personal health and
much more.
World Oceans Day (June 8th) - is a time to remember
the critical role of oceans worldwide. This international
celebration has grown from a ripple into a tidal wave of
awareness about the importance of our oceans.
Rivers to Oceans Week (June 8th-12th) - an opportunity
to work together to create an understanding of Canada's
watersheds, our connection to fresh and salt-water
environments and what everyone can do to protect and
keep watersheds healthy for people and wildlife.
Commuter Challenge (June 3rd-9th) - a nation-wide
event that promotes friendly competition among
organizations and cities to see who can get the highest
percentage of employees out of single occupancy
vehicles and into healthier and cleaner modes of
commuting such as walking, cycling, transit, carpooling,
vanpooling and teleworking.
For more information on Government of Canada
environmental initiatives, visit our ecoACTION website
at: ecoaction.gc.ca.
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International Year of Sustainable Energy for All. This year
is a valuable opportunity to raise awareness about the
importance of increasing sustainable access to energy,
energy efficiency, and renewable energy at the local,
national, regional and international levels.
Clean Air Day (June 6th) - raises awareness and
encourages action on clean air and climate change
issues. Canadians can show their commitment by
participating in activities that contribute to cleaner air,
healthier communities and a better quality of life for all.
When you use public transit, cycle, walk and rollerblade,
you can reduce your personal emissions, save money
used on fuel, contribute to your personal health and
much more.
World Oceans Day (June 8th) - is a time to remember
the critical role of oceans worldwide. This international
celebration has grown from a ripple into a tidal wave of
awareness about the importance of our oceans.
Rivers to Oceans Week (June 8th-12th) - an opportunity
to work together to create an understanding of Canada's
watersheds, our connection to fresh and salt-water
environments and what everyone can do to protect and
keep watersheds healthy for people and wildlife.
Commuter Challenge (June 3rd-9th) - a nation-wide
event that promotes friendly competition among
organizations and cities to see who can get the highest
percentage of employees out of single occupancy
vehicles and into healthier and cleaner modes of
commuting such as walking, cycling, transit, carpooling,
vanpooling and teleworking.
For more information on Government of Canada
environmental initiatives, visit our ecoACTION website
at: ecoaction.gc.ca.
There are many ways to take action on protecting and
preserving our natural environment. It is important to
recognize that every effort counts, big or small.
Green Tips
Trees are essential to the planet and to humans. Plant
a tree and reap in the many benefits!
Get a green bin and start collecting organic waste.
Avoid waste by using reusable cloths and rags instead
of paper towels to clean.
Instead of using chemicals and paper towels to wash
your windows, try 125 ml vinegar (1/2 cup) and 1L
water (4 cups) and a squeegee.
If space is limited, try growing organic vegetables in
containers or window boxes.
Have a garage sale to help recycle your unwanted
items. Someone's trash is another's treasure.
Instead of throwing something in the garbage, recycle
it instead! Old homework papers, cardboards and
newspapers are examples of things you can easily
recycle.
Donate electronic equipment to specific recycling
groups or recycle them. This will help reduce pressure
on landfills.
When buying wooden fencing and garden furniture,
consider whether the wood is from a well-managed
forest. Deforestation is a serious problem in some areas
of the world leading to loss of topsoil and flooding,
amongst other problems.
When boating, avoid stirring up bottom sediment with
propellers. Keep personal watercraft out of shallow
areas that are critical habitat for spawning fish, aquatic
plants, and aquatic invertebrates.
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When replacing hard-to-reach light bulbs, switch to
energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs, which don’t
need to be changed for up to seven years.
Use your window coverings to help warm or cool your
house.
Make your home more energy efficient through
improved insulation, caulking and weather-stripping.
Install and use a programmable thermostat. For every
1° you lower your thermostat, you can save 2% on your
heating bill.
When buying a new appliance, choose an
energy-efficient one.
Kids! Energy efficiency can be practiced at home, at
school and during recreational activities. This may be
as simple as turning off the lights when leaving a room,
or bicycling to school instead of asking mom or dad for
a ride. Encouraging energy efficiency reduces the use of
fossil fuels, thus reducing emissions of harmful
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visit: www.ec.gc.ca/environmentweek
Use potpourri instead of aerosol-based sprays.
Compost your leaves and brush. Burning them will
increase carbon dioxide emissions.
Buy a push lawn mower. It’s good exercise and reduces
carbon dioxide emissions.
Make sure your car is properly tuned up and your tires
are at the right pressure to ensure optimal fuel
efficiency.
Encourage carpooling when possible!
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Use a broom rather than a water hose to clean walkways,
driveways and sidewalks.
Collect and use your rainwater for your lawn and plants.
It’s free and better for plants.
Avoid cleaners containing phosphates. When they get
into rivers and lakes they cause algae blooms, robbing the
water of oxygen and ultimately killing aquatic life.
Fix that leaking hose and dripping nozzle. It will help keep
your shoes and shirt dry and save water.
Keep the septic system working smoothly! Pour 250ml
baking soda down any toilet or drain once a week. Baking
soda creates a favourable pH environment for optimal
bacterial action.
Install water-saving showerheads.
Don’t leave the water running when you brush your teeth,
shave, wash dishes or clean vegetables.
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The children of
Albert (Bud) & Ferna Nice
wish to invite you to an openhouse
in celebration of their
50th Anniversary, to be held
Sunday June 10th 2012
from 2:00-5:00pm at the
Hampton Senior Resource Centre,
31 Demille Court
(across from the Dr. Snow Centre)
Best Wishes Only,
Linda, Cindy, Peter, Pam, Andrew,
Chris, Luke, Bonny -Nice-
When the hottest hangout in town straddles the
Canada/U.S. border, you get the best of both worlds:
strong Canadian beer at weak American prices, and
the hottest entertainment on either side of the line.
68 Exmouth St. Saint John, NB Telephone 693-8720 ~ 847-2421
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1. Updating the ooring
2. Adding a fresh coat of paint
3. De-cluttering
4. Cleaning like there’s no tomorrow
5. Setting deadlines
If you’re thinking of selling your home in the spring market, you should start early to get it sale-ready. Depending
on the upgrades your home needs, it could become very time consuming to complete them especially if you try to
do the work in between your day job and family activities.
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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
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.
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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Canada day on the Belleisle
Mark your calendar to celebrate Canada Day – on
the Belleisle at Hatfeld Point – for this year, a day
early, on saturday, June 30
th
. Te 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 2
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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 cofee and a donut in support of MAD@
poverty. Te evening will begin with the popular cemetery
stories and the fnale of the day will be the freworks 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 fnalized, so watch for further
information. 834
Chinese dinneR
Te Barnesville Presbyterian Church (1257 Rte 820) is hosting
a full course Chinese Dinner with dessert on saturday, June
9
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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
haVeloCk high sChool Reunion
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 29
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Registration is at 3:00pm at the school. $10 fee per person will
cover refreshments etc.
Tis reunion is in conjunction with Havelock Homecoming
Celebrations on saturday, June 30
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to celebrate 200
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anniversary of the frst settlers to Butternut Ridge. 837
titus hill CemeteRy agm
Te Annual Meeting of the Titus Hill Cemetery, Titusville will
be held in the chapel at the cemetery on monday, June 11
th
at
7:00pm. 818
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SYMPHONY NB PLANT SALE
Our Annual Plant Sale, a fundraiser for Symphony New
Brunswick, will be held on Saturday, June 9
th
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 8
th
at St.
Paul’s Church Hall between 6:00-8:00pm. For more information
please call: 693-6819, 672-4042 or 635-4156. 808
SALMON SUPPER KINGSTON
A Salmon Supper will be served on
Saturday, June 16
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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 O ce to reserve your seat at
763-3183 or by Email parishoingston@gmail.com. 826
QUEEN OF HEARTS BRIDGE
An aernoon of Bridge under the tent at Rothesay High School
will be held at ursday, June 21
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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
COVERED BRIDGE
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Women’s Institute is sponsoring
the annual “Covered Bridge
Tea” on Wednesday, July 4
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at the Salmon River Covered
Bridge (past Four Corners on
Rte 890). ere 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
PARTS SALES SERVICE RENTALS
We do small engine repair on most
makes and models of
lawn and garden equipment.
Pick-up and Delivery 847-2792
Authorized dealer for:
SJVS CLASS OF 1962 REUNION
e Saint John Vocational School “Class of ’62” will be celebrating
its 50 Year Reunion on Saturday, July 21
st
. It is imperative that
you get those registration forms lled out and returned by June
22
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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 wsully@nb.sympatico.ca. You
may also check the school web site: sjvshvhsalumni.hvbrview.
com and follow the prompts (SJVS-Reunions-Class of 1962-
2012) for more information.
e school has an elevator if you nd stairs a bit daunting.
ere may be other Reunions, but there will only be one 50
th
for
the Class of ’62. We are looking forward to hearing from you
real soon and seeing you in July. 825
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TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY,
THAT IS THE QUESTION?
Now that the risk of killing a frost is nally 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.
ere 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, o 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 rm 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, (Daodils 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 lling!!
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 o 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. e results will provide
many more owers next year.
Happy gardening, even if it means scaling your diet to wieners
and beans! 805
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STUDENTS MEET ROYALS
Carson Hilliard, grade 4 of Lakeeld 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
ST. DAVID’S YARD SALE
ere will be a Giant Indoor Yard Sale at Saint David’s United
Church (7 Gondola Point Road, Rothesay) on Friday, June
8
th
from 6:00-8:00pm and Saturday, June 9
th
from 8:00am-
12:00noon. 827
KV TOASTMASTERS
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
BRADLEY LAKE COMMUNITY CENTRE
e Bradley Lake Community Centre can accommodate up to
150 people is available to rent for weddings, receptions, birthday
parties (includes a large kitchen).
For more information or to make a booking for an event please
call 849-8143 or 847-7170. 216
Book early. Grad appointments booking up quick!
Prices valid until end of June. All prices include tax
♥ Nail Technician: Book your
Gel Nails for grad with Julie.
Gel Nails & Glitter Tips $45.99
Shellac Manicure & Pedicure $59
♥ Book with Master-Stylist and
Redkin Colour Specialist
Chris Barrieau. Grad Specials
Colour + Foil $79
Shampoo, Style & Up do $45
♥ Individual Lash Extensions
with Michelle $79
Make Up Application $25
Brow & Lash Shape and Tint $25
O-Ring Human Hair Extensions $399
Full Service Salon
Call 609-9722 or 635-8477
660 Rothesay Ave. Saint John
Fabulous
Fingertips
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Hampton High School Class of 1972
is holding their 40th reunion
Saturday July 14th at the Masonic Hall
in Hampton.
We extend an invitation to graduates and
spouses of the 1971 and 1973 classes to
join us for a potluck supper at 6pm.
Anyone with photos and memorabilia please
bring them along to share.
RSVP or Questions to:
hamptonhigh40threunion@gmail.com
Hampton
High School
Class of
1972
40th
Reunion
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ROTHESAY RECREATION NEWS
Summer Programs: Registration is now available for
our summer Day Camp & Playground Program.
Forms and info is now available online or at the
Town Hall.
Beaches: Renforth Wharf and K-Park beach will
open on Monday, June 25
th
and are guarded from
11:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday; Renforth Beach
is also guarded Saturday-Sunday from 11:00am-5:00pm.
Due to low usage of the Jordan Miller Beach, lifeguard supervision
will not be provided at the Jordan Miller Park this summer.
Find Moti: ere are 150 “Moti’s” that the Fundy Wellness
Network has scattered around the Quispamsis, Rothesay and
Saint John area. We need you to help us nd them. Once you
have found ve Moti’s write down the numbers under the
barcodes and send them to fwn.rmef@gmail.com to win swag
and be entered into our big draw.
Hint: Moti is always in motion and lives a healthy lifestyle, so
you will nd him in places where you can be physically active,
eat healthy, improve mental tness and your overall wellness.
Explore your libraries, parks, trails, playgrounds, and other
recreational facilities between until July 1
st
and you just might
nd Moti there with you!
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!
“Like” us on Facebook – facebook.com/
rothesayparksandrecreation; “Follow” us on Twitter –twitter.
com/rothesay_rec; Contact: Keri Kent 848-6652 or kerikent@
rothesay.ca; visit the website at rothesay.ca. 213
A MUSICAL CELEBRATION
e Saint John Sea Farers’ Mission is presenting “A Musical
Celebration” on Saturday, June 9
th
7:00pm at Calvary Temple
(83 Sydney Street). e evening of music will feature: Allison
Inch & Wayne Richardson; e Basement Bluegrass Boys;
Carleton Choristers; Marilyn Williams; Men & Music; Murray
Beesley & Wendy Murphy; Saint Mary’s Band; Sea Belles; e
Sopranos. Tickets are $20 each.
For more information contact: 635-1731, seaf@nb.aibn.com or
visit the website at: sjseafarers.com. 965
WALK FOR ALS
Join us for Saint John’s 10
th
Annual WALK for ALS on Saturday,
June 9
th
. e aernoon 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
Jackie Boone resident of the Dr. V. A Snow
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
Congratulations Jackie,
from the team at Ossekeag!
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Six-year old Gabriel Arseneault,
from Upperton, is the youngest child in the Maritmes
to be diagnosed with “Huntngton Disease”. This
conditon is very rare in a child and is usually found in
adults or juveniles. Huntngton Disease remains
incurable.
In support of his family (Mom is a single parent to
Gabriel and his toddler twin brother and sister) there
will be an Aucton at the Central Kings Rec Centre in
Titusville on Saturday, June 16
th
startng at 7:00pm.
Donatons of items (new) for this event would be
greatly appreciated.
If you are able to help with this event or would like to
make a monetary donaton, please contact Ann
LaFrance (fundraising co-ordinator) at
849-4040 or ann@brentax.com.
Thanking all of you in advance… and
remember… prayers don’t cost a thing
and there can never be enough.
FUNDS FOR
GABRIEL
FUNDS FOR
GABRIEL
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CBZ NEWS
Cherry Brook Zoo (CBZ) has two
Siberian Tigers who are members of
the international conservation program
called Species Survival Program (SSP).
e 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. ree 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. e 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 ospring, 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 ospring thus carrying on Pam’s
bloodline. Pam will continue to be monitored regularly by our
zoo veterinarian.
e 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 25
th
to Labour Day. For
more Zoo information call 634-1440. 803
Our Saint John Our Saint John
It really is a pity
How we forgot our city
We used to be so strong
Where did we go wrong?
Once again, let’s rebuild our town
And don’t let our people down
Let’s work hard and shout out loud
To make our city again very proud.
It really is a pity
How we forgot our city
We used to be so strong
Where did we go wrong?
Once again, let’s rebuild our town
And don’t let our people down
Let’s work hard and shout out loud
To make our city again very proud.
Byron Williamson
Diversified Office Services Ltd.
SEASIDE LAWN BOWLING CLUB NEWS
Are you interested in trying Lawn Bowling? Come join us at
our Open House on Saturday, June 16
th
at 1:00pm (rain date
Sunday, June 17
th
) and throw a few bowls. All you need are at-
soled shoes, we will provide the rest.
e Club is located at Seaside Park, Saint John West. For further
information and directions on how to nd us visit our website:
seasidelawnbowlingclub.com or contact Richard Hughes at 847-
5383. 609
SJKV RELAY FOR LIFE
e SJ-KV Relay for Life will be held on
June 9
th
from 7:00pm-7:00am at Rothesay
High School. Anyone can help by:
participating as a team, selling luminaries,
sponsoring the event, donating products
and services or volunteering.
For more information contact: Kim Spence, Luminary Chair
at 849-3056 or Kim.spence4@gmail.com; Dan Fowlie, Canadian
Cancer Society at 634-6272 or dfowlie@nb.cancer.ca. Your
support is greatly appreciated. 601
Th��� Y��
Kent & Carolyn Ward
Kent and Carolyn
50th Wedding Anniversary
on May 19th.
express their sincere thanks to the folks
who helped to organize the celebration of
their
We are sincerely touched with your
kindness.
Our gratitude and love to all.
Very special thanks are extended to my
sister, Maid of Honor and niece, our Flower
Girl who made the trip to help celebrate.
Also, our friends and family from Nova
Scotia, Ontario and New Brunswick who
sent gifts, cards and took time to drop in.
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STAFF APPRECIATION
As in any organization, sta is key. Recently, luncheon
celebrations were held at both Kings Way Care Centre in
Quispamsis and at Kennebec Manor in Saint John. Nutrition
sta and volunteers did the Barbecuing – great way to kick o
the summer season and spend some leisure time together –
away from their daily rounds.
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
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 rst residents. Talk about
dedication!
“ank you” to all of our employees for going above & beyond
every day to give our residents moments of joy and quality of
life. 225
DISTRICT 6 DEC MEETING
School District 6 District Education Council
will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday,
June 13
th
at District O ce, 70 Hampton
Road, Rothesay beginning at 6:00pm. All are
welcome. 804
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Phone: (506) 651-8701
Email: dearlybelovedsj@gmail.com
Our services include:
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Vendor Contracting
Day-of Wedding Orchestration
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You’re getting married!
Congratulations!
Let us start you o with a free consultation
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SJ VOLUNTEER CENTRE NOON NUGGET
Time Management: Tug of War - Work/
Life balance, can they both be Winners
You will learn Tips, Tricks and Best
Practices for self-discovery on achieving
Work Life Balance with facilitator Steven
Crawford, who has worked the last 12
years with a contact center here in Saint John.
is Noon Nugget to be held on Wednesday, May 16
th
and will
be the last until September. “Noon Nugget” events are held at
the Saint John Volunteer Centre, 66 Waterloo Street, Training
Room Suite 224. To pre-register call 658-1555 or email -
training@nb.aibn.com. Registration: 11:30-11:50am, Workshop:
12:00noon to 1:00pm. Fee: $15/members & $20/non-members.
Failure to notify of cancellation two days prior to Workshop will
result in the fee being invoiced.
All Education Programs are sponsored by the United Way of
Greater Saint John. 906
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.
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
CRISIS LINES AVAILABLE
Crisis lines are available to victims of
crime and the general public: Sexual
Assault Crisis Line (call collect) 1-506-
454-0437 - an answering service will
take your call and a crisis counselor
will call you back; CHIMO - Inuit word
for friendship open 24/7 everyday and
holidays - listening and resources for
all types of life problems - 1-800-667-
5005; Mobile Mental Health Crisis Line -
1-888-811-3664. e Saint John Regional
Hospital has a Sexual Assault Crisis Nurse
on call 24/7. 912
HHS 2002 CLASS REUNION
Yes, it is that time already! Ten years have
gone by and the Hampton High School
Grad Class Committee of 2002 would like
to invite all graduates from that year to our
10 year reunion to be held on Saturday,
June 23
rd
. Bring your family to our BBQ
and games at the Town Square in the
aernoon (tentatively 1:00-3:00pm) and
then come to an evening of reminiscing
at andi’s, 33 Canterbury Street in Saint
John, at 7:00pm. It will be a great night of
sharing memories and catching up with
our old classmates from HHS.
Please RSVP to jill_ganong1@hotmail.
com by June 9
th
, so we can get accurate
numbers and check out our Facebook
page for updates at “HHS Class of 2002.”
Can’t wait to see everyone! 813
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
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82 Marr Road
Rothesay, NB
849-4040
• Personal Tax
• GST\HST Filing
• T4’s\Payroll
• Medical Tax Refunds
• Small Business Tax
• Corporate Tax
• Bookkeeping
• Same Day BrenBucks
Westmorland Place
Saint John East
693-4040
Ann LaFrance
General Manager
Brenda Avery
Proprietor/Tax Specialist
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR FUNDRAISING
e VON (Victorian Order of Nurses), a charitable
organization, is looking for new board members
to assist on the fundraising committee. All funds
raised will go towards helping to continue to serve
the needs of seniors in the Greater Saint John
community. If you think that you would like to help
us continue our worthwhile work we would love to hear from
you.
Please contact VON at 635-1530. 938
VON FOOT CLINIC IN QUISPAMSIS
VON Foot Clinics in Quispamsis are held at St.
Mark’s Church (Pettingill Road) every Wednesday.
For more information/appointments please call the
VON O ce at 635-1530. 209
KV WESLEYAN FITNESS CLASSES
Ladies Community Fitness classes are held Monday-Friday
from 8:45-9:45am at Kings Valley Wesleyan. 215
2012 KIRKPATRICK REUNION
e 2012 Kirkpatrick Reunion will be held August 10
th
, 11
th
&
12
th
at the Patterson Historical Grounds. Mark your calendars
now. e 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: doreencross@rogers.com
or Gail Willis gwillis@nbnet.nb.ca. 829
HOSPICE LUNCHEON
e Hospice Sunower Luncheon will be held on Wednesday,
June 27
th
at the Saint John Trade & Convention Centre from
11:45am-1:15pm. e guest speaker for the luncheon will be
David Ganong, Executive Chairman, Ganong Brothers. Tickets
($55/person) to reserve your seat are available by calling Hospice
at 632-5593. 925
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In loving memory of
Ray Stanley
March 12 1932 - June 6 2009
Forever loved - Remembered every day
Shirley & Family Shirley & Family
LADIES ONLY TRIATHLON
e Hampton Ladies Only Triathlon will be held on Sunday,
June 10
th
starting at 8:30am. Our aim with this race is to
encourage ladies to take part in our event and if they get hooked
on the sport to continue and race throughout the summer in the
remainder of the Subaru East Coast Tri Series. Our race series
is sponsored by Subaru and events are sanctioned by Triathlon
New Brunswick.
Our unique ladies only event is a great no-pressure opportunity
to take part in your rst Triathlon or Duathlon. Aer a 400m
pool swim you will ride towards Hampton and out to Bloomeld
for 10k before turning and retracing your route back to the pool
for the start of your two-lap-2.5k run through the Dutch Point
Park Trail.
Our Duathlon featuring a 2.5k run and then following the same
bike route as the Triathlon before nishing up with a nal 2.5k
run was very popular in 2011. For those non-swimming ladies
this is a unique opportunity to take part in your rst Duathlon.
We promote our event to Novices and those ladies who are
interested in taking part in their rst Triathlon/Duathlon but
we also welcome those more experienced athletes who can use
the race as a sharpener for the forthcoming season - everyone
is welcome.
We are delighted to announce that our Race Sponsor and Charity
for 2012 is the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - donations
will be accepted on race day. We are also being supported this
year by Ambassatours who have agreed to provide one of their
Pink Double Decker buses for the day. e theme of the day
will be Pink, so it would be nice it everyone shows up wearing
something in pink.
Registration and information is available through the Atlantic
Chip website and fundysportstourism.com. 227
VON WELLNESS CLINIC
VON (Victorian Order of Nurses) will be holding
free Exercise and Wellness Clinics at the Kingston
Parish Hall on ursday, June 21
st
and ursday
July 19
th
from 11:30am-1:30pm. ere will also be
exercise classes from 10:30-11:30am. ese 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 1:00-
4:00pm ($35). All the VON O ce to book foot care appointments
at 635-1530. 807
The Sky’s the Limit!
Congratulations Class of 2012!
Call today for details
832-5613
Send special congratulations
to someone you know by
placing a personal in one of
our four publications.
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Spring’s Here...
9am - 9pm
Gardeners Hours (7 days a week)
Get set to Garden!
Come visit the Corral!
Bring veggies
for them, bread
for the ducks.
See the alpacas,
goats, pigs, and
all their friends!
June 9: RHODO WEEKEND. Lecture: Rhododendrons & Azaleas:
Well-known photographer and rhododendron enthusiast FREEMAN
PATTERSON discusses his favourite varieties, planting tips, and cultural
methods. We have a great collection of beautiful and interesting
rhodos and azaleas to oer you.
June 16. 2HOUR SHRUB PRUNING CLINIC: Duncan’s popular 2-hour
pruning demo. Learn how to prune most of the common types of
shrubs and trees, such as evergreens, broadleafs, fruit trees & owering
shrubs. Special oer: Pruners, shears and loppers sharpened free
during the lecture. FATHER’S DAY DRAW! Put your name in the draw
for a full-size evergreen tree for your Dad, delivered and planted if you
want. Enter all spring. Draw June 17th, 5pm.
“THE BED MAKERS” “THE BED MAKERS”
Spring clean-ups & brush hauling! Spring clean-ups & brush hauling!
BRUNSWICK NURSERIES
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Beds, lawns, walkways,
walls and patios. No job
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FUNDS FOR GABRIEL
Six-year old Gabriel Arseneault, from Upperton, is the youngest
child in the Maritimes to be diagnosed with “Huntington
Disease”. is condition is very rare in a child and is usually
found in adults or juveniles. Huntington Disease remains
incurable.
In support of his family (Mom is a single parent to Gabriel and
his toddler twin brother and sister) there will be an Auction at
the Central Kings Rec Centre in Titusville on Saturday, June
16
th
starting at 7:00pm. Donations of items (new) for this event
would be greatly appreciated.
If you are able to help with this event or would like to make a
monetary donation, please contact Ann LaFrance (fundraising
co-ordinator) at 849-4040 or ann@brentax.com.
anking all of you in advance … and remember … prayers
don’t cost a thing and there can never be enough. 832
PENOBSQUIS SUPERIOR SCHOOL REUNION
A reunion is planned for all former teachers and students
(accompanied by their families) of the Penobsquis Superior
School to be held on Saturday, July 21
st
at the Penobsquis
Community Centre (former school house). Registration
will commence at 10:00am followed by a time of renewing
friendships and meeting former teachers and classmates.
e Penobsquis Superior School was opened in 1912 and
closed in 1981. Please bring memorabilia, report cards, photos,
newspaper clippings, etc which can be shared with former
students to refresh memories and renew acquaintances. Please
let former students know and invite them to attend.
A registration fee of $15/student or $25/family will be charged
to assist in defraying expenses. A light lunch will be served at
noon; salad and strawberry shortcake will be served at 4:30pm.
For more information contact: Pat (Sear) Ferris, 7 Chessvale
Close, Sussex NB E4E 5X6, 433-5036, wpbferris@yahoo.ca;
Carol (McPhee) Long, 8 Shady Lane, Alma NB E4H 1N9, 887-
1811. carol_long@hotmail.com. 824
SJKENNEBECASIS VALLEY NEWCOMERS
Life Is Better With Friends. Are you a newcomer to Saint John?
Are you looking to meet new people and nd interesting things
to do?
Saint John Kennebecasis Valley Newcomers is a club for women
who have moved to the Greater Saint John and Kennebecasis
Valley area in the past two years. We meet for coee, lunch,
dinner, Bridge, book club, moms and tots, walking, skiing, and
various other events. Get in touch…meet other “newcomers” to
the Greater Saint John area
If you would like to join, e-mail us at sjkvnewcomersclub@gmail.
com. For more information go to our blog at sjkvnewcomers.
blogspot.com. 600
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Saint John KV Relay For Life
June 9th
Rothesay High School
For more information call 634-6277
or email dfowlie@nb.cancer.ca
Please join us in the
ght against cancer by
registering your team today.
www.relayforlife.ca
Sponsored by Ossekeag Publishing
There are many ways you can become
involved. Kindly purchase a luminary
candle in honour of or in memory of
someone you know touched by cancer,
and attend the moving luminary
ceremony which takes place at dusk. We
invite cancer survivors to pre-register to
attend the Survivors’ Reception and
participate in the Survivors’ Victory Lap.
The Relay for Life event is open to
everyone, so we invite everyone to attend,
enjoy the activities and entertainment,
show your support for loved ones touched
by cancer and rally together to ght back
against this disease.
QUISPAMSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES
DEPARTMENT
Arts & Culture Park: From June through
August the Park will be hosting weekly music
and movie series for your entertainment. Te
schedule is available on our website and in our
summer brochure.
Swimming: Improve your child’s swimming
& water safety skills by enrolling them in our
Red Cross Swim Program. Te preschool and 10-level programs
will be ofered in four two-week sessions at the qplex. Adult
classes are also available. Half-hour lessons will be held daily,
excluding holidays. Advanced courses are also available through a
partnership with the New Brunswick Lifesaving Society. Included
are Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross and NLS Pool &
Core. Please visit our website for more information.
Co-Ed 4-on-4 Beach Volleyball League: League action at the
Meenan’s Cove beach volleyball courts has begun with 22 teams
participating in this year’s recreational, youth, and competitive
leagues. Games take place every Monday, Tuesday, & Tursday
nights between 6:30 and 8:30pm.
Canadian Tire Jump Start: Te CTJS program is focused on
helping young people to increase their physical activity levels. Te
Town of Quispamsis is pleased to be a member of the Greater
Saint John Canadian Tire Jump Start Chapter and twice a year
(May and September) allocates funds to assist children in need
to register for sport or recreation programs. Te process is easy
and will be done in the strictest of confdence. For questions or to
make a referral please contact Megan Lucas 849-5773 or mlucas@
quispamsis.ca.
Up-coming: Some additional items for your calendar:
June 22
nd
- 1
st
Movie in the Park of the season at the Arts &
Culture Park.
June 23
rd
- Beaches open – Gondola Point & Meenan’s Cove.
Twitter: For the latest on what’s happening at the qplex, such a
public skating schedules and walking track hours, follow us on
Twitter @Quispamsisqplex.
Q-mail: If you would like to be added to our email list please
email mlucas@quispamsis.ca. 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
Jesse Parent & Julia Finniemore are pleased to announce their engagement.
Having dated since high school, the couple will wed this August
in Hampton, New Brunswick ❧
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e children of
Marilyn and Bill Sommerville
wish to invite family and friends
to join us in celebrating our
parents’
50th Wedding Anniversary
with an open house at the
Lighthouse River Centre
located at 1075 Main Street,
Hampton on Friday,
June 15, 2012 between
4:00 and 8:00 PM.
Best Wishes Only.
Thank You
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.
We would also like to thank the individuals,
communities, businesses, organizations, locals and
strangers who helped us surpass our goal of $15,000.
Your kindness and generosity will never be forgotten.
Sincerely,
Friends of Hampton High Grad class of '99.
"No matter what happens in life, be good to people. Being
good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind."--
Taylor Swift

FUNDY PADDLERS
Canoeing & Kayaking - Spring is here
and the New Brunswick waters are
calling. Check out Fundy Paddlers at:
fundypaddlersclubinc.com. Training,
tripping and monthly club meetings.
For more information call 763-2659.
403
CHESS CHAMP FOR NB
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
rst, winning the gold medal at Canadian Chess Challenge.
Sam and his family moved to Canada less than a year and a half
ago. ey 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 oen participates as referee. 605
(L-R): Lynn Marotte, President of NB Chess and Math
Association, Sam Song and Justin Deveau, NB Chess
Captain.
MALLERY/MALLORY REUNION
e Mallery/Mallory Bi-Annual Family Reunion will be held on
Saturday, August 11
th
at the Apohaqui Recreation Centre (16
Jones Memorial Park Road). Registration will begin at 1:00 and
Pot Luck meal at 4:00pm.
For more information contact: emallory@nbnet.nb.ca. 828
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40 YEARS LATER
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
conrms 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 Hateld 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 o cially became Canada’s only bilingual
province - and removed “e Picture Province” from our license
plates. e number one movie of the year was e 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 40
th
reunion, with one or two
exceptions we know where all 38 are today or can nd out fairly
easily. One of the benets 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
MUSINGS
By Debbie Hickey
Why not sell your
extra stuff in
our Classifieds!
Ossekeag
Publishing
“Your Community Connection” “Your Community Connection”
Call 832-5613 to
book your Classified Ad
Spring Cleaning?
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EMPLOYMENT
BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Turn 5-10 hours/week into $1000+/
month. Operate a mini o ce outlet from your computer, FREE
evaluation. www.yourfreedomo ce.com.
POSITION OF CHURCH ORGANIST and Choir Director
required for Sept. 2, 2012. Applicant should submit resume to
Carleton-Kirk United Church, 1 Carleton-Kirk Place, Saint John,
NB, E2M 5B8 or email carleton-kirkunitedchurch@nb.aibn.com.
Attn: C.R.Johnson
FIREWOOD
SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD, quality hardwood, cut, split,
delivered. Call 485-2349.
DRY FIREWOOD, cut, split & delivered. Prompt delivery 839-
2967 or 567-0318.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE, cut, split and delivered. 832-0685.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE, good prices, ranked in truck. Call Ken
832-4326.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED BED SITTING room, central Rothesay, all services,
near schools, shopping, bus, $400. 847-2387.
GRAND MANAN vacation home, near Seal Cove Beach. Whales,
golf, rugged scenery, walking trails, much more. Sleeps 6, fully
equipped. Details/photos, 506-488-2080.
2 BEDROOM APT., ROTHESAY. One bedroom apt. in Erb’s
Cove. Cottage for rent in West Point, PEI. 832-3333.
FOR SALE
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.
REGENCY HIGH EFFICIENCY FIREPLACE insert with blower.
Mint, 1/2 price of new. Will install, WETT certied. 506-488-
2080 for photos/info.
PRAYERS
PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (never known to fail). O
Most Beautiful Flower of Mount Carmel. Fruitful Vine, Splendour
of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin
assist me in my Necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me and show
me you are my mother. O Holy Mary Mother of God, Queen of
Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my
heart to secure my necessity (make request). ere are none who
can withstand your power. O Mary conceived without sin, pray
for us who have recourse to thee (3 times), O Mary, I place this
cause in your hands (3 times). Say this prayer for 3 consecutive
days, then publish it & it will be granted. B.B.
RECYCLING BIN
2 BOXES OF 78 rpm records to give away. Call 847-8593.
SERVICES OFFERED
GETTING MARRIED (BOOK EARLY). Civil weddings
performed when and where you choose. Telephone 847-2079
HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Laforge. Sales and
services of overhead doors, operators and weather stripping of all
models. Phone 485-2151.
FREE HEAT, central boiler classic, outdoor wood furnace. Call
today 506-435-1661.
B. LEMON MASONRY, residential, commercial, brick, blocks,
stonework, chimney’s, re-pointing, walkways. Free estimates call
Brent at 847-5126, cell 333-0449.
BRIAN’S MAINTENANCE & Home Repair, carpentry, kitchens,
bath, painting, ceramic tile, electrical etc. Over 20 years
experience. Free estimates.Call Brian 839-2296.
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.
COUNTRY HAIRSTYLING 234 Hammond River Rd.,
Quispamsis. Great prices, great hours. Look forward to seeing
you. Sandra Smith 849-2118.
HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential, commercial,
recreational, restyling and customization. Trust your furniture
to the professionals. e most training and experience in the
Kennebecasis. Serving you for 30 years. Oering project classes.
849-8008.
WEDDING OFFICIANT - plan unique ceremony celebrating
love & commitment; when, where, how you wish. Book now for
best dates. Janet 847-9833.
RITE WAY CLEANERS now has openings for residential and
commercial cleaning. We oer de-cluttering, organizing and will
clean your house from top to bottom. For a free estimate call
Fallon, 832-3894.
STUMP GRINDERZ, quick, e cient stump removal. 647-7886.
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.
WHY GO OUT? Hair done in your own home. Perms, colours,
cuts and sets. 639-6113 or leave a message at 849-2635.
LAWN TRACTORS, lawn mowers, garden tillers, tune up and
repair (parts available). Wanted, lawn tractors, lawn mowers,
snow blowers, tillers (any condition). Pick-up and delivery
available. 832-4905.
GROUND BREAKING LTD. Mini excavator, backhoe and dump
truck. Experienced crew with full liability insurance. Drain tile,
septic system, demolition, landscaping, shoreline work and more.
Chris 639-8766 or Matt 651-5172.
SHAKLEE, health & wellness products you deserve. Connie Titus,
Consultant. 847-2312.
SOLID WOOD CARPENTRY – Renovations, remodeling, built-
ins, ooring, log and timber frame structures, decks, gazebos,
garages and sheds. 20 years experience. Phone 647-6899.
BUYING JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailers, motor homes, farm
machinery. I pay you cash. Call 721-4255.
VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY & REFINISHING - Crasmanship.
RV’s, boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam,
T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870.
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, accounting, payroll, remittance
ling, and business planning for small business, professionals,
contractors, and home based business. Reasonable rates. Phone
647-6899.
WANTED
WANTED HOUSES TO CLEAN. Reasonable rates. References
available. Call Tammy @ 333-4855.
YARD/GARAGE SALES
JULY 7th GIANT FLEA MARKET. To rent a table call the
Hampton Curling Club at 832-5348, leave a message.
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Pappy’s Painting
& Minor Repairs
849-9197
Quality Residential Painting
Interior
Exterior
Prompt Service
Reasonable Rates
FREE ESTIMATES
115 Upper Golden Grove Road
Golden Grove, NB E2S 1C6
“We are not satisfied until you are.”
On your feet all day?
FREE Varicose Vein Screening
Do you experience discomfort, leg pain or swelling? Do you have varicose veins?
The underlying cause of varicose veins and heavy, achy legs can

now be treated here in Saint John, with the Closure procedure
For more information, please contact
Dr. Patrick Omotoso
Vascular Surgeon
Saint John Vein Clinic, (506) 648-7013

560 Main Street North, Building A, Suite 115

Saint John, New Brunswick E2K 1J5
saintjohnveinclinic@gmail.com Ŗ www.saintjohnveinclinic.weebly.com
To TT ll Free: 1-888-289-2555
242 Main St et H t n, NB E5N 6B8
info@o ff ssekeag.ca
At Your Service...
HAMPTON ROAD
BARBER SHOP & HAIRSTYLING
128 Hampton Road
216-HAIR (4247)
Owner/Licensed Barber and Hair Stylist- Jeanette Spearing Owner/Licensed Barber and Hair Stylist- Jeanette Spearing
Sunday & Monday
Tuesday & Wednesday
Thursday
Closed
10 - 5
10 - 7
Mens Color Services Available
Waxing Available - Eyebrow and Upper Lip Combo $12
Great Service, Great Prices
Friday
Saturday
10 - 6
9 - 1
*Seniors Special Tues-Fri 10am-2pm
Sherilyn Cheeks Counselling
Specializing in:
Adolescent Counselling & Women’s Issues
1031 Main Street
Hampton, NB
(506) 333-4803
Sherilyn Cheeks
B.A., B. Ed., M. Ed. CCC
Certified Member of Canadian Counselling
and Psychotherapy Association
sherilyn.cheeks@live.com
Evening Appointments Available
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APARTMENTS
A. Malcolm Properties Ltd.
New 15 unit building in Rothesay.
1-2 bedrooms, 5 appliances included
Starting at $850/month.
650-8447
amalcolmprops@hotmail.com
CHIMNEY CLEANING & REPAIRS
Our Reputation is your Safeguard
849-0106
leonard@themasterchimneysweep.ca
We also do roofing, decks & other carpentry services
Have your chimney cleaned and inspected annually
HANDYMAN
For your Detail Work to Minor Repairs...
Send your To-Do list to...
densmper@nb.sympatico.ca
Percy Densmore, Quispamsis, NB
PERCY the HANDYMAN
645-1520
MACHINE SHOP
Mark McCully
MaCHINE SHOP
Equipment Repair, Railings a Specialty
20 Vincent Road, Quispamsis
849-2213 or 645-8090
RAILINGS
Craftsmanship In Iron
Joe Richard
658-0996
Custom Wrought Iron Railings,
Gates, Fencing, Zinc Metallizing etc.
RENOVATIONS
Mark Hatfield - 847-3202
www.homestarinc.ca
Kitchen Renos
Painting/Crackfilling
Odd Jobs & Debris Removal
Basement Finishing
Bathroom Renos
Flooring Installation
Decks & Fences
HILL MANUFACTURING
We sell and install Garaga, Commercial
and Residential doors & openers.
GARAGE DOORS
GARAGA DEALER
We Sell the Best and Service The Rest!
485-1994 or 1-866-606-6158
SPRING CLEAN UP
NOW BOOKING SPRING CLEAN UPS
YARD PROS INC.
645-8252 CALL JASON AT
www.YardProsInc.com
BUSINESS WHO’S WHO
NEXT ISSUE: JUNE 19 DEADLINE: JUNE 12
LANDSCAPING
Valley Pride Landscaping
• 4x4 Kubota Tractor / Loader / Backhoe • Drain tile
/ Driveways / Trenching • Natural stone work /
Retaining walls • 6x12 Dump Trailer service for
Topsoil, Mulch, Gravel, Stone etc.
Mike Upshon owner/operator 639-1919
PET CONTAINMENT
R P C OVER ET ONTROL
Call Mike Anderson 832-2317
Pet Safe Containment Systems
Sales, Installation & Training
Money Back Guarantee
www.roverpetcontrol.com
PET FENCING
D & H INGROUND DOG FENCING
Wireless Containment: $390 tax incl.
This week’s special:
Lowest price & Satisfaction Guaranteed
Sales, installation and training provided.
LANDSCAPING PLUS
Call Mike 636-1244
S&S Landscaping
Residential & Commercial Mowing & Lawn Maintenance
Lawn Installations, Sod & Hydroseed,
Hedge Pruning & Tree Removal, Mulching & Edging
BUS TOURS
HOME AND PROPERTY CARE
Executive Property Services
506-609-3324
www.executive-properties.ca
Landsacping, Lawn maintenance
& Renovations
APPLIANCES
Dunbar’s
Major Appliance Service
We Service
Refrigerators, Freezers, Dehumidifiers,
Ranges, Dishwashers, Washers, Dryers
Propane Appliances
639-5355 Servicing Saint John, KV, Hampton & Surrounding Areas
CARPENTRY
DOUBLE DECKERS
Wood
Composite
Glass Railings
Don Fennell 849-3116 Cell 663-1883
Top Quality Work
Reasonable Rates
References Available
DECKS ARE OUR SPECIALTY
BUS TOURS
HOUSE RENTAL
3 bdr 2 bath bungalow, Quispamsis.
Professionally furnished, in-floor radiant
heat, master ensuite.
View at www.upscalerentalproperties.ca
or call 639-1919
DRIVEWAY SEALING & REPAIRS
SKID RESISTANT
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
FLAT BLACK
WIRELESS PAYMENT AVAILABLE 645-8252
JASON CROWDIS
DRIVEWAY SEALING
STUMP REMOVAL
Stump Grinderz
647-7886
Quick, Efficient Stump Remova l
FREE ESTIMATES
ZUMBA
Join the Fitness party &
Dance yourself into Shape
Friday Nights: 6:45 $5.00 drop-in fee
St. James the Less Church 1760 Old Rothesay Road
Hfow1@hotmail.com
HEALTH & WELLNESS
SHAKLEE
A profitable business for stay-at-home moms
Contact Connie Titus
SHAKLEE WELLNESS CONSULTANT
847-2312 rctitus1970@gmail.com
PET SITTING SERVICES
Cassidy Lake Boarding Kennel
Overnight boarding for Cats & Dogs
Individual indoor & outdoor runs
Large fenced in exercise/play area
FREE WALKS 4 TIMES/DAY!
www.CassidyLakeBoardingKennel.com 506-433-6974

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