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Vol. 12, No. 3 www.ossekeag.ca November 15, 2011 Delivered free, reaching over 95,000 Residents across Sourthern

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Vol. 12, No. 3 www.ossekeag.ca November 15, 2011 Delivered free, reaching over 95,000 Residents across Sourthern

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Wallace Funeral Home would like to invite you and your family to join us Wednesday,
Wallace Funeral Home
would like to invite you and your family to join
us Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 at 7:00pm
for an evening of comfort and remembrance.
Our annual Candle Light Service is a time for
our community to remember those who have
gone but are not forgotten.
You can purchase a light in memory of your
loved one on our Memorial Christmas tree by
calling us at 433-1176.
We hope you find comfort and Healing among
family and friends this
Christmas season
Steve, Sarah and Carol
Wallace Funeral Home Ltd
34 Sunnyside Drive Sussex
Carol Wallace Funeral Home Ltd 34 Sunnyside Drive Sussex “SENSITIVE” Since “The Jet” is the most
Carol Wallace Funeral Home Ltd 34 Sunnyside Drive Sussex “SENSITIVE” Since “The Jet” is the most

“SENSITIVE”

Since “The Jet” is the most popular of all Ossekeag characters and I do mean characters, I will do a little update. As you know “The Jet” is big but also very sensitive!! And it’s not just his sensitive personality, he also happens to have very sensitive skin. Last year during the summer, he developed a nasty rash that spread throughout much of his belly area. Two weeks of pills and he was as good as gold!! This year he didn’t

get sensitive until October, so it was back to the vet and another round of pills!! However, during the visit with the vet, there was

in a matter of months, it appears that

“The Jet” had gained five pounds. “The Jet” is also very sensitive to two months of unlimited access to apples!! Shortly after his vet visit, “The Jet” turns around and suddenly becomes sensitive to his pills!! After 28 rounds of pills last year and seven rounds of pills this year, he started leaving pills uneaten in his food dish!! So I immediately switch strategies and started giving him the pills first. This wasn’t working really well, so I sprinkled a small amount of kibble on top for inspiration and he quickly learned that the only way to get a full meal was for those pills to disappear. He has now completed this round of medication and is well on the road to recovering from his sensitivities. Time will tell if an apple free diet will also bring a turn around to his weight gain!! The only other issue that “The Jet” is sensitive to is meal time!! He normally has breakfast around 7:30 and supper around 5:15. There is some variation to this on occasion, but it is pretty routine for him to eat at these times. Without fail, whenever, he thinks that a meal is due, he starts to get “bouncy”. All 90 + pounds starts to wiggle, squirm and jump about without any outside assistance. On occasion, however, “The Jet’s” idea of when mealtime should be and when I think it should be are sometimes quite different. Faced with the fact that I am totally ignoring him, he finally settles down, but will follow me the instant that I make any move whatsoever. When I am sitting still, “The Jet” watches me with an intensity that seems to say, “Do you want to feed me or would you prefer to be my next meal??”. Unfortunately for “The Jet” I am not even a tiny bit sensitive!!

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Bridging New Waters 4-H See Story on page 13 Published Bi-Weekly Next Issue: November 15
Bridging New Waters 4-H See Story on page 13 Published Bi-Weekly Next Issue: November 15

Bridging New Waters

4-H

See Story on page 13

Published Bi-Weekly Next Issue: November 15 Deadline: November 8

SUSSEX & ArEA SENIorS’ CENTrE NEWS

50 Perry Street, Sussex 433-8480; sasc@nb.aibn.com The Centre is open Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm (unless otherwise noted) - memberships are available at $20/ person/year. Hall rental is available by calling 433-8480. monday, November 21 st , 28 th – 9:00am, games, cards, chat, shuffleboard and Art Class; 1:00pm, Auction 45’s. Tuesday, November 15 th , 22 nd , 29 th - 9:00am, games, cards, chat; 10:00am, Rummoli & Rughookers; 12:00noon Lunch (4); 1:30pm, Bingo for members. Wednesday, November 16 th , 23 rd , 30 th – 9:00am, games, cards, chat; 10:00am, Fitness Class; 1:00pm, Crib. Wednesday, November 16 th – 3:30pm, closed. Thursday, November 17 th , 24 th – 9:00am, games, cards, chat, shuffleboard; 9:30am, Bridge;1:00pm, Tai Chi ($8). friday, November 18 th – 9:00am, games, cards, chat; 10:00am, Rummoli; 1:00pm, Jam Session; 4:00pm, Pot Luck. friday, November 25 th - 9:00am, games, cards, chat; 10:00am, Rummoli; 2:00pm, Wine & Cheese. Sunday, November 20 th & 27 th - 6:30pm Early Bird Bingo; and 7:00pm, Bingo. More information on the Centre is available on the website at:

www.sussexareaseniorscentre.com. 309

CAmBrIDGE-NArroWS rEGIoNAl lIBrAry

309 CAmBrIDGE-NArroWS rEGIoNAl lIBrAry 2216 Lakeview Drive, Cambridge-Narrows 488- 3971

2216 Lakeview Drive, Cambridge-Narrows 488- 3971 cnrl@nb.aibn.com Fall & Winter Hours: Tuesday 10:00am-4:00pm; Friday 10:00am-1:00pm; Saturday 1:00-4:00pm. If you wish to renew a book, just call and leave a message on our voicemail with your name, book title(s) and date the book(s) is/are due back. Be sure to check out our website at www.cambridge- narrowsregionallibrary.ca. Come join our Book Club which meets at the Library the 3 rd Tuesday of the month at 1:00pm. Contact Irene at 488-2075 or Marilyn at 488-3344 for more info. The next Craft Saturday on November 26 th will be Card Making (9:00am-12:30pm) at a cost of $16. Contact the Library to sign up cost is $10. Our appreciation to the Akerley Area Quilt Guild for their wonderful exhibit of quilted wall hangings placed in the vestibule at the Library. You are invited to come and see their display. For those involved in genealogy, we have an extensive selection of New Brunswick and local area books available. If you have any books of local interest and are willing to donate, we would be pleased to add them to our collection. 313

we would be pleased to add them to our collection. 313 CrAfT fAIr fUNDrAISEr The Danny
we would be pleased to add them to our collection. 313 CrAfT fAIr fUNDrAISEr The Danny
we would be pleased to add them to our collection. 313 CrAfT fAIr fUNDrAISEr The Danny

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The Danny & Jessica Angel Foundation are holding their annul Craft Fair on Saturday, December 3 rd from 9:00am- 4:00pm at the Saint Francis Xavier Church hall on Church Ave. Tables are available for rent ($15 for an 8’ table) by calling Cindy at 432-6625. Call soon - not many are left. Come and help us help children. All proceeds from table rentals go to foundation.

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help children. All proceeds from table rentals go to foundation. 524 Sussex Herald - November 15,
help children. All proceeds from table rentals go to foundation. 524 Sussex Herald - November 15,
help children. All proceeds from table rentals go to foundation. 524 Sussex Herald - November 15,
WATErforD CHArITy BINGo The Salvation Army and Sussex Sharing Club will receive the proceeds from
WATErforD CHArITy BINGo The Salvation Army and Sussex Sharing Club will receive the proceeds from
WATErforD CHArITy BINGo The Salvation Army and Sussex Sharing Club will receive the proceeds from

WATErforD CHArITy BINGo

The Salvation Army and Sussex Sharing Club will receive the proceeds from the next Waterford Charity Bingo which will be held on friday, November 18 th starting at 11:00am. A noon lunch for a Toonie will be available. Waterford Charity Bingo deeply regrets that the monthly bingo event will not be able to continue next year. For more information please call 433-1394, or 433-2141.

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roACHVIllE CEmETEry mEETING

The Fall Meeting of the Roachville Cemetery Association will be held on Tuesday, November 15 th at the Roachville Community Hall starting at 7:00pm. All lot holders and interested family members are invited to attend. 531

WATErSHED ASSoCIATIoN mEETING

The next meeting of the Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Association will be held on monday, November 21 st 7:30pm at the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building. Ron Jenkins of Parish Geomorphic will talk about Retaining Walls and our new Shoreline Restoration project on the Washademoak. This topic is of vital importance for the integrity of the lake. Everybody welcome. For more information, please call: Shawn Dalton (449-1395), Reace Black (534-2565) or Robena Weatherley (488-2718). 311

PETITCoDIAC lEGIoN BrANCH #41

18 Kay St, Petitcodiac. 756-3383 Mondays - 639 F.P. MacLaren Squadron Air Cadets meet at 6:00pm. New members always welcome. Wednesdays - Legion Meals ($7) comes with roll & butter, tea/coffee & sweet. On the Menu:

November 16 th - Roast Beef; November 23 rd - Pork Chops; November 30 th - Ham, Beans & Potato Scallop. All Welcome. friday, November 25 th – Texas Hold’em, 7:30pm. The Legion Museum will open by appointment only. Any enquiries or bookings, please call 756-7461 or Cathy on 756- 2068 or call the Legion on 756-3383. We have a chairlift facility for the disabled. Entrance is free - freedom is never free! 316

for the disabled. Entrance is free - freedom is never free! 316 Sussex Herald - November
for the disabled. Entrance is free - freedom is never free! 316 Sussex Herald - November
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BENEfIT for BoB SommErVIllE

In support of Bob Sommerville (who has been hospitalized for

several weeks) a Silent Auction & Benefit will be held at the Central Kings Rec Centre in Upham on Saturday, November

19 th . A Potato Scallop, Beans & Meatballs or Spaghetti Dinner

will be held from 4:00-7:00pm and the Auction starts at 7:00. There will also be a 50/50 draw. Tickets ($10/adult, $5/child) can be purchased at Kathy’s Convenience in Barnesville or at the door. For more information

or tickets please contact Geoff & Rachel Sommerville at 763- 3860 or rachelds@nb.sympatico.ca. Bring your friends.

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3860 or rachelds@nb.sympatico.ca. Bring your friends. 518 rCl SUSSEX BrANCH #20 66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex; 432-66
3860 or rachelds@nb.sympatico.ca. Bring your friends. 518 rCl SUSSEX BrANCH #20 66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex; 432-66

rCl SUSSEX BrANCH #20

Bring your friends. 518 rCl SUSSEX BrANCH #20 66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex; 432-66 99 Office Hours

66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex; 432-66 99 Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm. Wednesdays - Foot Clinic; Bingo - doors open at 6:00, Early Bird starts at 6:30 and regular games at 7:00pm; Pool League at 7:30pm. Thursdays - 8:00pm, Crib. For more information check out our website at:

www.sxlegionbr20.com. 304

CHrISTmAS HomE ToUr 2011 Come and tour homes that are especially decorated for the Holiday
CHrISTmAS HomE ToUr 2011
Come and tour homes that are especially decorated for the
Holiday season on Sunday, December 4 th from 2:00-5:00pm.
Tickets are $15/person and all proceeds go to the Sussex Vale
Transition House. There will be refreshments and door prizes
throughout the afternoon at Jitters Café, 12 Maple Avenue,
Sussex.
Tickets are available at Marilyn’s Chop Shop, 495 Main Street;
Broadway Café, 73 Broad Street; Connie’s Collectables, 571
Main Street and also by calling 433-1649. 525
fIDDlE Doo AND PoT lUCK

There will be a Fiddle Doo on Saturday, November 26 th starting at 2:00pm at the Sussex Lion’s Den. Admission is by donation at the door and if staying for the Pot Luck please bring a food item. All musicians and listeners are invited, there will be fiddle leaders from around the province. Come one come all for a toe tapping good time. For further information call 433-2460.

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good time. For further information call 433-2460. 329 lIoNS BINGo - ColES ISlAND Bingo is held
good time. For further information call 433-2460. 329 lIoNS BINGo - ColES ISlAND Bingo is held

lIoNS BINGo - ColES ISlAND

information call 433-2460. 329 lIoNS BINGo - ColES ISlAND Bingo is held at the Coles Island

Bingo is held at the Coles Island Lions Hall (Route 10, Coles Island) every W e d n e s d a y evening. Doors open at 6:30, Bingo starts at 7:30pm. For more info call Elmer at 362- 5534. 501

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PETITCoDIAC WATErSHED AllIANCE

The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance is a non-profit organization that monitors environmental conditions in the Petitcodiac River and its tributaries. We are currently in the process of updating our Watershed Management Plan which will guide us in our monitoring and restoration work for the next five years. Meetings will be held on: Tuesday, November 15 th , 7:00pm at the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame (5 Hooper Lance, Petitcodiac) in the Conference Room; Wednesday, November 16 th 7:00pm at the Salisbury Lions Club (86 Smith Street); Thursday, November 17 th 7:00pm at the Coverdale Recreation Centre (50 Runnymeade Road, Riverview) in the boardroom; Tuesday, November 22 nd 7:00pm at the Moncton Public Library in Boardroom AB with French and English sessions For additional information please contact the Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance at 384 3369 or email - info@ petitcodiacwatershed.org. 328

CHrISTmAS SAlE IN PETITCoDIAC

The St. James United Church Women of Petitcodiac will be holding their Annual Christmas Sale on Saturday, November 19 th from 10:00am to 12:30pm in the church basement (22 Price Street). There will be home baking, crafts, fudge and a “New To You” table. Tea, coffee and muffins will be available. 333

EVENTS AT HAVEloCK BAPTIST

The Havelock United Baptist Church will be holding a Christmas Bizarre at the Havelock Memorial Hall on Saturday, November 26 th from 10:00am-2:00pm. There will be jams, jellies, pickles, home-baking, fudge, new-to-you table, knitting, home-made chocolates, center pieces, etc. All proceeds raised will go towards the Church Building Fund. 323

SJA DIVISIoN 676 PETITCoDIAC

The Petitcodiac Saint John Ambulance division 676 will hold their annual Community Awards Night and Youth Enrollment Ceremony on Wednesday, November 16 th starting at 6:45pm. Please be seated by 6:30pm as there are quite a few awards and enrolments scheduled for this evening. 322

quite a few awards and enrolments scheduled for this evening. 322 Sussex Herald - November 15,
quite a few awards and enrolments scheduled for this evening. 322 Sussex Herald - November 15,

THE SAlISBUry PUBlIC lIBrAry

3215 Main Street, Salisbury, 372-3240 Story times are held on Fridays at 10:00am. The Hackmatack Children’s Book Club is held the last Tuesday of the month at 3:00pm. No meeting in December. Teen Book Club is held the last Tuesday of the month at 4:00pm. Bring the book you are reading and talk about what you liked and did not like. No meeting in December. Wednesday, December 7 th – Season’s Greetings Gathering from 6:0-8:00pm. A donation of a non-perishable food item would be appreciated for the local Food Bank. Library hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10:00am- 12:00noon & 1:00-5:00pm and Wednesday 1:00-5:00pm & 6:00- 8:00pm. In December the library will be closed December 24 th - 27 th and open December 28 th - 31 st from 10:00am-12:00noon and 1:00-5:00pm. Happy Holidays. For further information please call or stop in.

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For further information please call or stop in. 317 ASSIST WorKSHoP IN SUSSEX reminder: fUNDy CINEmA

ASSIST WorKSHoP IN SUSSEX

reminder: fUNDy CINEmA PolITICA

Cinema Politica is a grassroots network that distributes and exhibits political cinema at campuses and in communities across Canada and internationally. Our Fundy Cinema Politica group has been showing a film the last Thursday of every month, at the Fundy Model Forest building, at 7:00pm. We also provide popcorn for a small donation. The last film will be Garbage Warrior which will be shown on November 24 th . 520

An ‘Applied Suicide prevention Skills Training Workshop’ will be held on monday, November 21 st & Tuesday, November 22 nd at Bethany Bible College (Administration Building, Western Street, Sussex). Registration fee for this workshop is $150 ($100 for students) and includes training materials, nutrition breaks and lunch. This is a LivingWorks program sponsored by the Sussex and Surrounding Area Communities Suicide Prevention Committee. For more information please contact Karen Scott at 432-2072.

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or visit us at 14 Industrial Drive, Sussex.

A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John
A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John
A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John
A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John
A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John
A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John
A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John

A NIGHT for THE PArAmoUNT

In support of saving the “Paramount Theatre” in Saint John “A Night for the Paramount” will be held on friday, November 18 th 7:00pm at the Chinese Cultural Centre (Old Kent Theatre, 24 Coburg Street). The evening will feature live performances by:

John Morrison, Dann Downes and the Migrant Workers; The Earthbound Trio and WTFunk. Tickets ($25) are available at Backstreet Records, Uptown Saint John Inc and Long & McQuade. Must be 19 to attend. 817

CrAfT SAlE AT ST JoHN’S

The Men’s Group of St. John’s United Church (Sussex Corner) are sponsoring a Craft Sale at the Church Centre on friday, December 2 nd from 1:00-7:00pm and Saturday, December 3 rd from 9:00am-3:00pm. Tables are available for rental by calling 433-2344 or 433-1556. 536

CHrISTmAS IN THE lANE

The Apohaqui Lower Millstream Recreation Council is sponsoring the “Christmas In The Lane Dessert Party” on Thursday, December 1 st at 7:00pm in the Apohaqui Recreation Centre (16 Jones Memorial Park Road, Apohaqui). We have invited the ever popular Al Smith who will provide an evening of enjoyable music for your listening pleasure and 20 or more delicious desserts will be presented for your choice. Guests will have an opportunity to visit In the Christmas Lane

as we have invited a number of gifted artists and entrepreneurs to show their ware for your convenience. We plan to have knitting, greenery, photography, jewellery, Christmas crafts, etc. As well, The Jelly Cupboard will be open. If anyone is interested in having a table give us a call, we may still have room. Doors open at 6:15 and you will be greeted with a tasty glass of punch along with crackers and cheese. It promises to be an evening of fun for everyone. Advanced tickets only - $10 each. Call Marylou Wiggins 433-5796; Marsha Burgess 4334571; Evelyn Douthwright 433-2486; Barb Brown 433-2546 or any other Recreation Council member.

Hope to see you there! Oh, did we say

Santa is invited?

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BrEASTfEEDING SUPPorT GroUP

A Breastfeeding Support Group will be held at the Kings County Family Resource Centre Inc. (617 Main Street, Sussex), beginning Thursday, November 24 th from 1:30-3:00pm. Snacks will be provided. All Breastfeeding moms and siblings are welcome and there is no fee to attend. Baby weigh-in, head and length measurements will be provided by a Public Health Nurse. A Public Health Dietitian, and a VON Healthy Baby & Me Facilitator will be available as well. This support group is provided by a partnership between Sussex Public Health, the VON Healthy Baby & Me program and the Kings County Family Resource Centre Inc., a project of the Public Health Agency of Canada. For more information, please call 433-2349 or1-800-573-8800. 511

royAl CANADIAN lEGIoN #76

1935 Rte 121, Norton NB Mondays - 45’s at 8:00pm. Tuesdays - Double crib at 8:00pm. Wednesdays – House darts at 8:00pm. Thursdays - Dabber Bingo, Jackpot $1,000 in 50#’s or less & building. Jackpot starts at $350 in 51#’s and/or consolation prize $100. Doors open at 6:00pm, Bonanza game starts at 6:30pm sharp. Bonanza - a building jackpot in 52#’s and/or consolation prize $100. We also have wild #’s in some of regular bingo games. 40+ people we have a second chance on five of our regular games. Come & support your charity event. Starts at 7:00pm sharp. Saturdays – Single’s Crib at 8:00pm. Are you a veteran who does not receive a pension or health care benefits? It does not matter how long you served. For more information contact Gordon McKenzie, Service Officer RCL #76 at 432-0779. To rent the Legion Hall please contact Dorothy Hutchinson at 433-2488 or Gordon at 432-0779/849-1601. 502

Hutchinson at 433-2488 or Gordon at 432-0779/849-1601. 502 reminder: APPlE PIES IN BErWICK The Millstream Rec

reminder: APPlE PIES IN BErWICK

The Millstream Rec Council is currently taking orders for 10” apple pies ($5 each) which will be made at the Rec Centre in Berwick. To order pies call Chris at 433-1390 or Donna at 433-1434. Pies will be available for pick up by 12:00noon on Saturday, November 19 th and volunteers are welcome to come that day to help peel and slice apples. 530

welcome to come that day to help peel and slice apples. 530 SAVE SAVE SAVE! SAVE
welcome to come that day to help peel and slice apples. 530 SAVE SAVE SAVE! SAVE
welcome to come that day to help peel and slice apples. 530 SAVE SAVE SAVE! SAVE
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NB PHySICAl EDUCATIoN AWArDS

Awards to two District 6 teachers were recently presented at the “Remember When” conference for Physical Education Specialists held in Riverview, NB. New Brunswick Physical Education Society “Physical Education Teacher Career” Award is given to a physical education specialist who has made a significant contribution to the field of Physical Education throughout their career, promoting the core values of Physical Education, physical activity and healthy living within the school community. Ms. Brenda Leask is the recipient of the NBPES District Physical Education Teacher Career Award. Ms. Leask began her teaching career at Fredericton High School, moving to Sussex Elementary School in 1980. New Brunswick Physical Education Society “District Physical Education Teacher of the Year” Award is given to a physical education specialist who has made a significant contribution to the field of Physical Education within their district. Ms. Michelle Brenton (Dr. A.T. Leatherbarrow Primary, Hampton) is this year’s recipient of the NBPES District Physical Education

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Garth Wade, Director of Education for District 18, presents Brenda Leask with the NBPES District Physical Education Teacher Career

with the NBPES District Physical Education Teacher Career Garth Wade, Director of Education for District 18,

Garth Wade, Director of Education for District 18, presents Michelle Brenton with the NBPES District Physical Education Teacher of the Year award.

the NBPES District Physical Education Teacher of the Year award. Sussex Herald - November 15, 2011

SUSSEX rEGIoNAl lIBrAry

46 Magnolia Avenue, 432-4585, sussexpl@gnb.ca, www.gnb.ca/ publiclibraries Fall/Winter Hours: Sunday & Monday-closed; Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10:00am-5:00pm; Wednesday 12:00noon- 8:00pm; Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm Author Visits: New Brunswick Author Deborah Carr will visit our library on Saturday, November 19 th at 10:00am. Hillsborough-based Deborah will be discussing her most recent book, Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka. Everyone welcome. Our Preschool Programs happen every Thursday at 10:30am. At Toddlertime, toddlers and caregivers enjoy stories, fingerplays, action songs, giggles and toys. This program for children 18 months and up provides a relaxed environment to help foster the development of social and language skills. At Storytime 3-5 year olds enjoy a mix stories, action songs, fingerplays and games designed to stimulate their imaginations and help teach listening, language and social skills. Our Babies in the Library program happens every Friday from 10:30-11:00 and includes rhymes, knee bounces, tickles, music and board books. All parents, caregivers and babies birth-18 months are invited to attend. For more info on these events or any other services please contact us at the library or like us on Facebook and get our updates. 504

CrAfT SAlE IN BEllEISlE CrEEK

St. Simon & St. Jude’s ACW, Belleisle Creek, will be holding a Craft Sale at the Belleisle Creek Hall on Saturday, November

26 th from 9:00am-2:00pm. Coffee, tea, snacks and lunch will be

sold. No admission charge. Tables are available for rental ($15 each) by contacting Anne 485-2212 or Hilda 485-2978. 529

WATE rfor D CA r D PA rTIES

There is a card party in Waterford every Thursday at 1:30pm. 321

GolDEN yEArS fElloWSHIP

every Thursday at 1:30pm. 321 GolDEN yEArS fElloWSHIP “Joyous Noel” is the theme for the next

“Joyous Noel” is the theme for the next Golden Years Fellowship (age 55+) which will be held at the Penobsquis Baptist Church on Wednesday, November 30 th from 10:30am- 1:00pm. The dinner will be a full turkey dinner with all the trimmings. There will be games, prizes, special Christmas music, singing & wonderful fellowship. Bring a $5 wrapped exchange gift. A free will offering will be received. Hope you can come - remember invite a friend!!

be received. Hope you can come - remember invite a friend!! 320 Sussex Herald - November

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be received. Hope you can come - remember invite a friend!! 320 Sussex Herald - November
be received. Hope you can come - remember invite a friend!! 320 Sussex Herald - November
ANNUAl CHrISTmAS BAKE SAlE The Southfield United Church is sponsoring their annual Christmas Bake Sale,
ANNUAl CHrISTmAS BAKE SAlE The Southfield United Church is sponsoring their annual Christmas Bake Sale,
ANNUAl CHrISTmAS BAKE SAlE The Southfield United Church is sponsoring their annual Christmas Bake Sale,
ANNUAl CHrISTmAS BAKE SAlE The Southfield United Church is sponsoring their annual Christmas Bake Sale,
ANNUAl CHrISTmAS BAKE SAlE The Southfield United Church is sponsoring their annual Christmas Bake Sale,

ANNUAl CHrISTmAS BAKE SAlE

The Southfield United Church is sponsoring their annual

Christmas Bake Sale, to be held at the Gateway Mall in Sussex,

on Saturday, November 26 th starting at 9:00am.

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UPHAm BrEAKfAST BUffET

Breakfast will be held the second Saturday of each month 8:00- 10:00am at the WI/Seniors’ (Hall, 2117 Rte 820) in Upham. Come and enjoy a really filling breakfast with your friends and neighbours for only $6/person, $20/family - or have just toast and coffee for $2. Presented by the Anglican Parish Churches of Upham. For more information contact 832-7253.

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BUffET BINGo IN SAlISBUry

A “Buffet Bingo” event will be held at

the Salisbury Legion #31 on Saturday, November 26 th with the doors opening

at

5:00 and the Buffet Supper starting

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6:00pm. The Buffet includes: seafood

starting at 6:00pm. The Buffet includes: seafood casserole, sweet & sour meatballs, ham & Swiss

casserole, sweet & sour meatballs, ham

& Swiss broccoli pasta; creamy Chicken Tetrazzini; rice

pilaf; creamy potato salad; Caesar salad; sweet broccoli salad; homemade rolls; variety of sweet trays; tea/coffee & punch. There will be also prizes and of course, Bingo. Ticket ($20 each) can be purchased in advance at the Legion Bar or at the door. For more information call the Legion at 372- 4730 or Margaret at 387-7512. 336

HEAlTH CENTrE AUXIlIAry

The regular monthly meeting of the Sussex Health Centre Auxiliary will be held at the Sussex Health Centre on monday, November 21 st at 2:00pm in the boardroom. New members are always welcome. 330

CHrISTmAS SAlE IN PETITCoDIAC

The St. James United Church Women of Petitcodiac will be

holding their Annual Christmas Sale on Saturday, November

19 th from 10:00am-12:30pm in the church basement (22 Price

Street). There will be home baking, crafts, fudge and a “New To

You” table. Tea, coffee and muffins will be available. 337

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BAKE SAlE AUCTIoN IN SAlISBUry

The Annual Bake Sale & Auction at St. John’s Anglican Church in Salisbury will be held on Thursday, November 24 th . The day will begin with the Bake Sale starting at 7:00pm, followed by the Auction. Light refreshments will be provided. 332

CArD PArTIES IN BEllEISlE

Belleisle Creek Seniors will be holding Card Parties at the Belleisle Creek Hall on Saturday afternoons starting at 1:30pm. All welcome.

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oN oUr CoVEr: BrIDGING NEW WATErS 4-H

In September, Bridging New Waters 4-H club met and elected their officers for the club’s council this coming year. Kelsey Jack is president, Denise Jack is vice president, Lanysha Johnston is secretary and Grace Stairs is treasurer. Projects the club is offering this year are Great Outdoors, Adopt a Grandparent, Quilting, Cross-stitching, Smart Sitter babysitting course, Landscaping & Gardening, Crafts and Reading. Projects are completed each year and displayed on Achievement Day to be judged. Throughout the year, its members gain experience with public speaking, have opportunities to attend national conferences and even exchange trips across Canada. Group activities have included hiking and snowshoeing. Last year the club went whale watching. In addition to working on projects, this club takes part in different service projects in our community and helps raise money for those less fortunate across the globe. Bridging New Waters is welcoming new members and volunteer

leaders. If you are interested, please contact Sheila Fanjoy at 433-

3659.

Submitted by club reporter, Charlotte Hatfield.

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5 9 . Submitted by club reporter, Charlotte Hatfield. 523 CA r D PA rT y

CA r D PA rT y AT PENoBSQUIS

Card Parties are held every Monday evening at the Penobsquis WI Hall (132 Loop Road) at 7:30pm with prizes and lunch. All are welcome. 310

BrEAKfAST IN BArNESVIllE

Community Breakfast at the Barnesville Presbyterian Church (1257 Rte 820 Barnesville) the third Saturday of each month (November 19 th ) from 8:00-11:30am. The menu includes:

scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, bake beans, toast, coffee & juice (or) French toast, bacon, sausage, fruit, yogurt, muffin, coffee & juice. Cost for the breakfast - $5/adults; $3/ children, preschoolers eat for free. Take-outs available by calling 832-7790. Everyone welcome.

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Take-outs available by calling 832-7790. Everyone welcome. 508 Sussex Herald - November 15, 2011 13 www.ossekeag.ca
2012 KIrKPATrICK rEUNIoN The 2012 Kirkpatrick Reunion will be held August 10 t h ,
2012 KIrKPATrICK rEUNIoN The 2012 Kirkpatrick Reunion will be held August 10 t h ,

2012 KIrKPATrICK rEUNIoN

The 2012 Kirkpatrick Reunion will be held August 10 th , 11 th & 12 th 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 email below or Gail Willis gwillis@nbnet.nb.ca. To keep people updated, Doreen Cross, chairperson, will be sending information out from time to time by email. Thank you to those you have replied to our previous request on supplying your email address to Doreen. If you have not responded and if you are a descendant and have an email address or if you have changed your email, please send your email address to doreencross@rogers.com so she can continue to update the distribution list. 828

HAVEloCK lEGIoN BrANCH #86

the distribution list. 828 HAVEloCK lEGIoN BrANCH #86 4684 Rte 880, Havelock, 534-8285 Tuesdays – Crib.

4684 Rte 880, Havelock, 534-8285 Tuesdays – Crib. Wednesdays - Seniors bingo/games, 11:00am to 2:00pm, with a light lunch served at noon for $7; 8:00pm, House League Darts. Thursdays - Bingo starts at 7:00pm. friday, November 18 th - Darts for meat. Sunday, November 20 th & December 11 th - Youth Darts from 1:00-4:00pm. Sunday, November 27 th - Vets and Friends. friday, December 2 nd - Darts for meat. Saturday, December 3 rd - Petty Trail Blazers Christmas Party. Sunday, December 4 th - District Mixed Doubles Darts. Saturday, December 10 th - Breakfast and Christmas Charity Dart Shoot. monday, December 12 th - Executive Meeting at 7:00pm; General Meeting at 8:00pm. Election night, so be sure to attend. friday, December 16 th - Darts for meat. 305

fIrST NorTH rIVEr SUPPEr

First North River Church will be holding their monthly Pancake, Bean, Sausage & Potato Scallop Supper on Saturday, November 26 th from 4:00-6:00pm at the Christian Education Center, 374 Wheaton Settlement Road. Free will donation. For further information call 756-2634.

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Free will donation. For further information call 756-2634. 334 Sussex Herald - November 15, 2011 14

DoNATIoN To HEAlTH CENTrE foUNDATIoN

Recently Ms. Morrison, Publicity Chairperson representing the New Brunswick Antique Auto Club, presented a cheque for $500 as a result of the Show & Shine held during the Sussex 2011 Annual Flea Market. 327

Shine held during the Sussex 2011 Annual Flea Market. 327 L-R: Anthonie de Hoog (President of

L-R: Anthonie de Hoog (President of the Sussex Health Centre Foundation), Jackie Morrison and Mike Letourneau, SHC Foundation Fund Raising Chair.

CHrISTmAS DINNEr for THoSE AloNE

Are you spending Christmas alone or missing family and want to celebrate Jesus’ birth with others? We are hoping to have a Christmas Dinner at the Seniors’ Centre in Sussex - let’s make it happen - dinner at 3:00pm on Christmas Day. Can you cook a pot of vegetables or make dressing? Dry dishes or just enjoy? We can all eat and sing Christmas Carols. This is for anyone, no matter what income level, who is feeling lonely as a single person or a couple. Anyone interested in helping organize this event or attending please contact us ASAP at 433-6511 or 432-6657. 338

PETITCoDIAC PUBlIC lIBrAry

6 Kay Street, 756-3144 Preschool Story Time - Wednesdays 10:30-11:00am for ages 2-5. Songs, finger plays, and stories for young children! The Petitcodiac Public Library will hold an ‘Adopt-A-Book’ program during the months of November and December. The Adopt-A-Book concept is quite simple; the library board and staff come up with a list of titles that they would like to see added to the collection. A variety of books will be available, with prices ranging from $6 to $30. The community is then encouraged to pick an item from the list and purchase it on the library’s behalf. Each adopted item will have a commemorative bookplate added to it, letting everyone know who adopted that particular book. As a registered charity, the Petitcodiac Public Library will issue a tax receipt to the donor for each ‘adoption’. For more information, call the library or drop by to visit the Adoption Table anytime during library open hours. Library hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday from 10:00am-1:00pm and 2:00-5:00pm; and Thursday from 2:00- 5:00 & 6:00-8:00pm. The library will be closed on Remembrance Day. These programs are offered free of charge. For more information call the library. 314

offered free of charge. For more information call the library. 314 Sussex Herald - November 15,
offered free of charge. For more information call the library. 314 Sussex Herald - November 15,
offered free of charge. For more information call the library. 314 Sussex Herald - November 15,
TIlly BIoGrAPHICAl PANEl lAUNCH The New Brunswick Provincial Capital Commission, the Village of Gagetown and
TIlly BIoGrAPHICAl PANEl lAUNCH The New Brunswick Provincial Capital Commission, the Village of Gagetown and
TIlly BIoGrAPHICAl PANEl lAUNCH The New Brunswick Provincial Capital Commission, the Village of Gagetown and
TIlly BIoGrAPHICAl PANEl lAUNCH The New Brunswick Provincial Capital Commission, the Village of Gagetown and

TIlly BIoGrAPHICAl PANEl lAUNCH

The New Brunswick Provincial Capital Commission, the Village

of Gagetown and Queens County Heritage cordially invite you

to attend the launch of the Biographical Panel honouring the legacy of Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, part of the Promenade

of Premiers project, on Saturday, November 26 th 11:00 at the

Tilley House Museum, 69 Front Street, Gagetown. Reception to

follow in the Tilley House. 532

JAm SESSIoN IN BErWICK

There will be a Country Christmas Jam Session at the Millstream Rec Centre in Berwick on Saturday, November 26 th at 7:00pm. Come and enjoy an evening of great music and audience participation. There will be door prizes and 50/50 draw. For more information call 434-0113. All welcome.

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BrEAKfAST AT ST. JoHN’S

Breakfast – bacon, eggs, hash browns, toast, juice, tea/coffee and doughnuts – will be served at the St. John’s United Church Centre (Sussex Corner) on Saturday, November 19 th from 7:00- 10:00am. Cost for the breakfast is $6/adults, $3/children 6-12 years and pre-schoolers eat for free. 527

ArT ClUB mEETING

The members of the Sussex Art Club will be holding the November meeting at St. Paul’s United Church Hall, (4 Morrison, Avenue, Sussex), on Tuesday, November 29 th at 7:00pm. If you are interested in art and would like to come to our meeting, please join us. Hope to see you there.

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reminder: BENEfIT for GlorIA HAyWArD

A Benefit for Gloria Hayward will be held at the Sussex Legion

on Sunday, November 20 th from 1:00-5:00pm. There will be

a donation box at the door, 50/50 draws, a bake sale, a silent

auction, raffles, along with live local entertainment Any assistance we as a community can provide would be greatly appreciated. To donate to the silent auction, bake sale or raffles please contact Tanya at 434-5295. 516

bake sale or raffles please contact Tanya at 434-5295. 516 Sussex Herald - November 15, 2011

CEP SCHolArSHIP To loCAl yoUTH

Brittany Armstrong of Newtown (Sussex) has been selected by an independent jury to receive a Communications, Energy and paperworkers Union of Canada Scholarship. Brittany is the daughter of Mark Armstrong, a member of CEP Local 49-N (NY thermal). The criteria to select the winners are academic achievements and a 2,000 word essay on “What the Labour Movement Means to Me”. Every year CEP awards 12 scholarships of $2,000 each across Canada. Three are awarded n the Atlantic region. Brittany will be studying at Eastern College in NB as a

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AUCTIoN 45’S IN SUSSEX

The Sussex Valley Knights of Columbus sponsor Auction 45’s every Wednesday evening at the Saint Francis Xavier Hall on Church Avenue. The evening begins at 7:30 and there are prizes and a light lunch. 306

SINGlES & frIENDS EVENTS

Breakfast for Singles continue 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 $4.00) open to all adults - married or single. If you would like some more info about the purpose of our group, membership or on any of the above please email singles696-1914@live.ca or phone 696-1914 for recorded info and feel free to leave a message to have someone call you. 819

and feel free to leave a message to have someone call you. 819 Sussex Herald -
and feel free to leave a message to have someone call you. 819 Sussex Herald -
and feel free to leave a message to have someone call you. 819 Sussex Herald -
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DoNATIoN from NB CAr ENTHUSIASTS On Sunday, September 25 t h the members of the

DoNATIoN from NB CAr ENTHUSIASTS

On Sunday, September 25 th the members of the New Brunswick Car Enthusiasts gathered in the Belleisle Bay for Fred’s Fall Frolic. The event and donations raised over $4,000 to the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation in support of The Give 2011 for Stem Cell Therapy. Presenting the cheque is Fred Howland and accepting the cheque is The Give 2011 Campaign Committee Member Vern Seeley. The Foundation would like to extend a special thanks to Fred and his family for this incredible gift, together we will bring New Brunswick cancer patients home. 825

we will bring New Brunswick cancer patients home. 825 AlCoHolICS ANoNymoUS If you want to drink,

AlCoHolICS ANoNymoUS

If you want to drink, That’s your business. If you want to stop, That’s ours. Call Alcoholics Anonymous: Bennie V. 433-5394; Walter K. 362-2160; Junior T. 839-2725; Reg P. 432-9527.

A PlEA for TEmPorAry foSTEr CArE

839-2725; Reg P. 432-9527. A PlEA for TEmPorAry foSTEr CArE ca-r-ma.org – Saint John is in

ca-r-ma.org – Saint John is in need of temporarily foster homes/parents to help our c and kittens. We provide all supplies, such as, litter, food, toys, and other equipment necessary. Doing this gives our organization a little extra time needed to find these furry feline friends their FURever homes. If you have some spare time, spare room and an obvious love for cats, please contact us for more information, carma-angela@ hotmail.com or 672-CATS (2287). 806

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carma-angela@ hotmail.com or 672-CATS (2287). 806 a t s 302 SENIor SCHool PlAy AT rNS Please

SENIor SCHool PlAy AT rNS

Please join Rothesay Netherwood School students as they present this year’s Senior School Play, “Arsenic and Old Lace”. The show runs Thursday, friday & Saturday, November 17 th , 18 th & 19 th at 7:30pm in the Théâtre Susan B. Ganong. Tickets available at the door, or by calling the School Office at 847-8224. 816

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NovemberNovember 17,17, 18,18, 1919 Join us on Thursday Join us on Thursday evening from evening
NovemberNovember 17,17, 18,18, 1919 Join us on Thursday Join us on Thursday evening from evening
NovemberNovember 17,17, 18,18, 1919
Join us on Thursday
Join us on Thursday
evening from
evening from
6:00 to 9:00
6:00 to 9:00
for our Downtown
for our Downtown
Customer Appreciation
Customer Appreciation
event. There will be
event. There will be
music, refreshments,
music, refreshments,
in-store specials
in-store specials
& prize draws.
& prize draws.
Enter to win day passes to Poley Mountain at
Enter to win day passes to Poley Mountain at
participating downtown businesses.
participating downtown businesses.
Visit our Facebook page and our website
Visit our Facebook page and our website
www.sussexdowntown.com
www.sussexdowntown.com
for further details on our Hospitality days
for further details on our Hospitality days

TErry foX SPIrIT IS AlIVE AT SmS

Sussex Middle School celebrated a very successful Terry Fox Fundraising Campaign, raising $3,749.50 for cancer research, beating last year’s total of $2843. The Terry Fox Spirit Committee kicked off the campaign on September 15 th , and wrapped up on October 20 th . Fundraising activities included: $1 sneakers for the Wall of Hope, grocery packing at Sobeys, Terry Fox Benefit Show (pm), Terry Fox pledge sheets, and a Terry Fox Spirit Day. A special thank you to Mark Belliveau, of Subway Restaurant, for donating a 6 foot sub, used as a prize incentive for a class competition. Congratulations to 8E, Mme LeBlanc’s class, for being the top fundraising class. 8G, M. Turnbull’s class, also made a huge contribution. On September 28 th , students, staff, and Lynn McGinn, of Terry Fox Foundation Provincial Director for NB and PEI, participated in a very successful school wide Terry Fox Walk/ Roll Day, organized by Ms. Doherty. Terry said: “If you’ve given a dollar, you are part of the Marathon of Hope.” If you have bought a sneaker, you are part of the SMS Wall of Hope. The Wall of Hope Committee wanted to sell one sneaker to every member of the SMS community (students and staff). The goal was to have 598 sneakers on the Wall of Hope. The Wall of Hope 2011 proudly displays 610 sneakers = $ 610 for the Terry Fox Foundation (cancer research). This is quite an accomplishment. Hats off to the committee for their enthusiasm and perseverance! Thank you to the following, for your huge contribution in a very successful Terry Fox Fundraising Campaign:

The Wall of Hope Committee - Emma Wallace, Brett McMillan, Sam Malone, Claire Whitters, Makenna Whitters, Nick Whitters, Kate deWinter, Shane Folkins and Mme LeBlanc; The Terry Fox Spirit Committee - Mme LeBlanc, Ms. Taylor, Emily O’Donnell, Toni McFarlane, Taylor Marchbank, Emily Parks, Shane Folkins, Shianna Parlee, Elizabeth Gushue, Catherine Meehan and Mary Grace Dalling. 335

Gushue, Catherine Meehan and Mary Grace Dalling. 335 Thank You I'd like to extend my deepest
Thank You I'd like to extend my deepest appreciation and graditude to family, friends, local
Thank You
I'd like to extend my deepest appreciation and
graditude to family, friends, local businesses
and to Bob Burgess & Friends for all the
geneoristy, support, and love shown to me at
my benefit on October 23rd. I'd also like to
thank the people of Sussex and surrounding
areas; it was overwhelming and very humbling
to have such a large turnout, it makes a person
proud and thankful to come from such a
wonderful and caring community.
Thank you and God Bless
Brenda Dixon
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A Note of Thanks Janet Fowler, wife of the late Bob Fowler and her Family,
A Note of Thanks Janet Fowler, wife of the late Bob Fowler and her Family,
A Note of Thanks
Janet Fowler, wife of the late Bob
Fowler and her Family, would like
to sincerley thank our wonderful
sponsors who gave
so generously to the Wade Fowler
Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Recipients of the Scholarship are:
David Demerchant
Brandon Kyle
Jessica O'Donnell
Cory Mason
Laura McGrath
Devon Dalling
Cassie Snyder
Warren McLaughlin

SUSSEX rEGIoNAl lIBrAry

46 Magnolia Avenue, 432-4585, sussexpl@gnb.ca, www.gnb.ca/ publiclibraries fall/Winter Hours: Sunday & Monday-closed; Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10:00am-5:00pm; Wednesday 12:00noon- 8:00pm; Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm Author Visits: New Brunswick Author Deborah Carr will visit our library on Saturday, November 19 th at 10:00am. Hillsborough-based Deborah will be discussing her most recent book, Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka. Everyone welcome. Our Preschool Programs happen every Thursday at 10:30am. At Toddlertime, toddlers and caregivers enjoy stories, fingerplays, action songs, giggles and toys. This program for children 18 months and up provides a relaxed environment to help foster the development of social and language skills. At Storytime 3-5 year olds enjoy a mix stories, action songs, fingerplays and games designed to stimulate their imaginations and help teach listening, language and social skills. Our Babies in the Library program happens every Friday from 10:30-11:00 and includes rhymes, knee bounces, tickles, music and board books. All parents, caregivers and babies birth-18 months are invited to attend. For more info on these events or any other services please contact us at the library or like us on Facebook and get our updates. 504

WATErSHED ASSoCIATIoN mEETING

The next meeting of the Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Association will be held on monday, November 21 st 7:30pm at the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building. Ron Jenkins of Parish Geomorphic will talk about Retaining Walls and our new Shoreline Restoration project on the Washademoak. This topic is of vital importance for the integrity of the lake. Everybody welcome. For more information, please call: Shawn Dalton (449-1395), Reace Black (534-2565) or Robena Weatherley (488-2718). 311

fIrST NorTH rIVEr SUPPEr

First North River Church will be holding their monthly Pancake, Bean, Sausage & Potato Scallop Supper on Saturday, November

26 th from 4:00-6:00pm at the Christian Education Center, 374

Wheaton Settlement Road. Free will donation.

For further information call 756-2634.

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On October 4, 2011 Donnie and Dianne Cameron renewed their 20th Wedding Anniversary vows on
On October 4, 2011 Donnie and Dianne Cameron renewed their 20th Wedding Anniversary vows on
On October 4, 2011
Donnie and Dianne Cameron
renewed their 20th Wedding Anniversary vows on the
Carnival Dream Cruise Ship in Central America. Captain
Massimo Marino officiated the renewal of the vows which
were performed in front of their two children, Donald and
Candace and Donald's guest Corinne Cole.
The happy couple posed for pictures on the glass stairway then
proceeded outside to the panorama deck. They enjoyed
champagne and wedding cake later that evening in their
private dining room.
Congratulations Donnie & Dianne

SCS - “DrIVE AWAy HUNGEr”

For a number of years, Sussex Christian School has partnered with the Farm Credit Corporation in their annual fall “Drive Away Hunger” campaign. Students from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 were encouraged to fill a grocery bag with items to help stock the shelves at the local Sussex Sharing Club. Staff from the Farm Credit Corporation arrived on Thursday, October 13 th with a big tractor and wagon to collect the groceries. Students lined up to have all the bags weighed in and Sussex Christian School weighed in about 925 pounds of groceries this year. As a follow up, five members from the high school leadership core went to the Sharing Club and helped sort the bags that came in, not only those collected at SCS, but from the other area schools that participated in the program. Items were sorted, checked for expiry dates, then placed on the shelves of the Sharing Club. 519

dates, then placed on the shelves of the Sharing Club. 519 CHrISTmAS GAlA AT ImPErIAl THEATrE

CHrISTmAS GAlA AT ImPErIAl THEATrE

The Saint John Chorale under the direction of Spencer Belyea presents the 18 th Annual Christmas Gala at Imperial Theatre on Saturday, December 3 rd at 7:30pm. Join the Chorale for a Celebration of Christmas in King’s Square theme with Michael Molloy and the 3 rd Field Regiment Band and special guests Stephanie Mainville, violinists Miranda Lees from SJHS, and Sarah Harrington from ESdeC. The KVHS Bluetones and the District 6 Honor Choir round off the program. CBC’s Steven Webb is the MC. The evening concludes with a Christmas Sing- A-Long. Tickets ($10-$25) are available at the Imperial Theatre Box Office. Call 674 4100 or visit imperialtheatre.nb.ca. Don’t miss the Longest Running Local Christmas Gala. 808

Don’t miss the Longest Running Local Christmas Gala. 808 Sussex Herald - November 15, 2011 24
CommUNITy CHrISTmAS CoNCErT SUSSEX CHorAl SoCIETy CoNCErT Bethany Bible College will hold its annual community

CommUNITy CHrISTmAS CoNCErT

SUSSEX CHorAl SoCIETy CoNCErT

Bethany Bible College will hold its annual community Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 4 th . Christmas at the College will be presented at 3:00 & 7:00pm in the Saunders Irving Chapel located on Summit Avenue in Sussex. Presenting for its fourth year, Christmas at the College will feature the Bethany Bible College Chorale and Chamber Choir, Sussex Middle School Choir, Sussex Corner Elementary School Honour Choir, vocalist Cyril MacNeil, harpist Jean O’Donnell, and a Sussex Community Mass Choir. In the backdrop of an eighteen-foot Christmas tree, lights, and decorations, the audience will enjoy singing Christmas carols by candlelight. Although there is no admission charge for the event, everyone is encouraged to bring non-perishable food items, baby supplies, and toiletry items for men and women. These items will be given to local charities for distribution. 533

Come to a very special event - the Sussex Choral Society presents Messiah, with a 100 voice mass choir consisting of The Sussex Choral Society, The Fredericton Choral Society, The Bethany Singers, and The Fredericton Chamber Orchestra. Featured soloists: Soprano - Sarah Hallyburton, Alto - Andrew Pickett, Tenor - Owen McCausland, Bass - David Mitchell. This concert will take place on Saturday, December 10 th (7:30pm) at the the Saunders-Irving Chapel, Bethany Bible College, 26 Western Street, Sussex. Tickets ($20/adults, $15/seniors (65+), $10/students are available at Winter Natural Food Store, Connie’s Collectables, Bethany Bible College front desk and at the door. 538

SUSSEX BAPTIST mUSIC NIGHT

CA r D PA rTIES IN loWE r m I ll ST r EA m

Auction 45’s cards every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm at the Lower Millstream Hall (Rte 880/875). The cost to play is $4.00/person and includes a 50/50 ticket and lunch. Come bring your friends and have a fun evening.

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Come on out for a fun-filled evening of great music and

fellowship at Sussex Baptist Church on Sunday, November

27 th at 7:00pm. Special guests are Maureen & Clifford Bertin,

Nancy & Carrie McAllister, Ken Klassen, Gary & Trudy Ricker,

Salvation Army Band, Joe Ness & Brenda McLaughlin and Baptist Youth Singers. Freewill offering to Salvation Army.

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Two family or one your choice!
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ProSTATE CANCEr SUPPorT GroUP STArTING

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

Al-ANoN/AlATEEN HElP

If your home is unhappy because someone drinks too much

we can help you. Al-Anon/Alateen family group - www.alanon. alateen.org. Message manager number 634-8779. All information is strictly anonymous.

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SAlISBUry GolDEN AGE ClUB

The Salisbury Golden Age Club meets on the 1 st & 3 rd Thursday

of each month with a potluck lunch at 12:00noon. A meeting

and games are held after the lunch. For more information please call Harry Hopper at 372-1093.

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CIB NATIoNAl VoTING

The Town of Sussex, a finalist in the 3,001–7,500 population category of the 2011 National Edition

of Communities in Bloom, received a 4 Bloom

rating and a special mention for O’Connell Park Rejuvenation. Following their evaluation of the community, volunteer judges Diane Clasen (Raleigh, North Carolina,USA) and Gerry Teahen (St. Marys, ON) wrote: The Town of Sussex is Nestled

in a beautiful valley; rich, fertile farmland drew early settlers

creating a thriving farming economy making it regional service centre. Residents take great pride in their community. The recent

O’Connell Park Rejuvenation is a prime example of this is. The Communities in Bloom Committee and the Town collaborated

to clean-up and redesign the park, even reinstating an old

walking trail. In addition, the Sussex Rotary Club adopted a large area in the center of the park and planted a stunning flower bed depicting the Rotary Wheel. A final touch, the restoration of the park entrance is an invitation to passerbys. O’Connell Park has once again become a community showcase. 325

Park has once again become a community showcase. 325
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Food Bank Wish List

Food Bank Wish List A guide when donating to the food bank or organizing a food
Food Bank Wish List A guide when donating to the food bank or organizing a food

A guide when donating to the food bank or organizing a food drive.

Vegetables and Fruit

Oils, Fats & Others

· unsweetened applesauce

· vegetable oil

· pasta sauce

· salad dressing

· canned fruit (pears, pineapple, fruit cocktail, peaches, mandarin oranges) packed in juice or water

· baking mixes (muffin, biscuit)

· tea/ coffee

· low sodium canned soup

· canned vegetables (peas, mushrooms, corn, green beans, tomatoes) low sodium if possible

Non-Food Items

· juice boxes (100% fruit)

· shampoo, soap, toothpaste, diapers, toothbrushes

· potatoes

· carrots

· toilet paper

· raisin boxes

· laundry and dish detergent

Grain Products

· brown rice

· whole wheat pasta

· whole wheat pasta

· whole grain, low sodium crackers

· granola bars

· hot cereal (oatmeal, cream of wheat)

· cold cereal (bran, shredded wheat, wheat squares, toasted O’s, raisin bran, mini wheats)

· infant cereal

Milk and Alternatives

· canned evaporated milk (2%, 1% or skim)

· soy, almond or rice beverage (Tetra Pak)

· powdered milk

Meat and Alternatives

· canned fish (salmon, light tuna)

· canned meat (ham, turkey, chicken)

· canned chili · peanut butter

· canned or dried beans (kidney, black, baked, chick peas, black eyed peas, lentils)

· raw or unsalted mixed nuts, almonds

· peanut butter

Remember, families also receive fresh items when they come in. This often includes: eggs, milk, fruit, vegetables, meat, and bread. These items are purchased with money that has been donated to the Food Banks. Monetary donations are always welcome. For more information call your local food bank or visit the website www.foodbanksnb.com.

Imagine!! Queen for a Day!

My 90th ~ Sept. 24th was that day. Birthday greetings, letters, cards, phone calls, emails, gifts and flowers. A mega thanks to everyone involved - my family and my friends. Jubilee Hall just sparkled from person to person. Many, many thanks.

Love and best wishes to all for the coming year,

Jane Barr

Hall just sparkled from person to person. Many, many thanks. Love and best wishes to all
Love and best wishes to all for the coming year, Jane Barr Thank You I would
Thank You I would like to thank everyone for their cards, gifts and best wishes

Thank You

I would like to thank everyone for their cards, gifts and best wishes in celebrating my 80th Birthday. A special Thank-You to the Petitcodiac United Baptist Church for allowing us to use their facilities, also to Austin and Sandra Young for a great job of serving, and Alta & Tom Burgess for supplying the lunch.

Muriel Joan Cromwell

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the lunch. Muriel Joan Cromwell GoING, GoING, GoNE The 61 s t annual Kiwanis Auction was

The 61 st annual Kiwanis Auction was successfully held October 28 th & 29 th with over 200 items being auctioned off, everything, including the kitchen taps was up for sale to the highest bidder. The auction raised almost $9,000 which will be used to fund the start- up for the Fundy Search & Rescue Life Saver Program, help fund the Sussex Recreation Centre and other community projects. We would like to thank all who participated in the auction, in particular, Brian & Jo-Ann McCullum and Bob Linden, providers of auction services; the Sussex Aktion Club of Sussex, who provided showcasing and delivery of items to winning bidders; the Sussex Key Club, who provided canteens services for the auction; The Sussex and Hampton Herald and last but not least the businesses of Sussex and surrounding areas who provided the articles for auction. If you missed this year’s auction, it is not too late to begin planning for next year’s auction. 521

too late to begin planning for next year’s auction. 521 ADUlT lEArNING ProGrAm Did you finish

ADUlT lEArNING ProGrAm

Did you finish school? Do you want to? The Sussex Adult Learning program offers free academic upgrading and GED preparation for adults. Small classes are available, mornings or afternoons, Monday-Friday, at the Sussex Lions Den. For more information call 433-6109.

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KENNEBECASIS NATUrAlIST SoCIETy

The monthly meeting of the KNS will be held on monday, November 28 th at 7:30pm, upstairs in the St Paul’s United Church at 4 Morrison Drive Sussex. Our guest speaker will be Paul Gaudet, a staff member of Hopewell Rock Park, will be speaking over the tidal power part and the Bay of Fundy in general. During his lecture Paul will use a slide show. For more information about the KNS checkout our Website at naturesussex.ca. Everyone is welcome. 537

PArKINSoN’S SUPPorT GroUP

Locally, the Parkinson’s Support Group holds meetings in Sussex on the second Thursday of each month at 2:00pm in the Heritage Room of the Kiwanis Nursing Home. For more information please contact Max Lutz at 433-3330 or Leona Gionet at 433-5342.

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HorSE rESCUE ProGAm NEEDS VoTES

We are building a Horse Rescue program and delivering suicide prevention and empowerment camps for youth “province wide”. There will be horse wisdom workshops available for personal development, corporate development, counselling and therapy as well. Youth Programs: Earth Spirit Horse Rescue will offer incredible opportunities to youth! The results of our Pilot Program have proven to be powerful and long-lasting. Youth learn about respect, emotional intelligence & compassion; develop self- confidence & communication skills; and learn how to set & respect healthy boundaries. Part of awarded funding will establish a “Horse Wisdom” Scholarship Fund, enabling youth from all backgrounds, around our province, equal opportunity to participate in these life-changing experiences! We’ll bring youth together with horses, healing hearts & inspiring potential. It’s a big vision, and one that will change & save thousands of lives as it is realized! We are trying to make it in the top 10 this second round of voting and go to the semi-finals for a chance to win $150,000. Please first register to vote, then vote daily at: avivacommunityfund. org/ideas/acf10960. 820

vote daily at: avivacommunityfund. org/ideas/acf10960. 820 HyDrAUlIC frACTUrING mEETING The CCNB and Hampton Water

HyDrAUlIC frACTUrING mEETING

The CCNB and Hampton Water First are sponsoring a meeting regarding Hydraulic Fracturing on Thursday, December 1 st at 7:00pm. This meeting with Dr. Ingraffea as guest speaker will be held at the Hampton High Community Theatre (Hampton High School. For more information, contact Jayne Wilbur at 832-4141.

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Joy of lEArNING The grand-granddaughter started kindergarten this fall and is loving it. It is

Joy of lEArNING

The grand-granddaughter started kindergarten this fall and is loving it. It is amazing how much a five year old can learn in a mere two months! And how eagerly she approaches any and every learning opportunity. Every business or road sign is a reading opportunity, every speed sign a chance to show how well she knows her numbers, and every conversation a chance to add new words to her vocabulary. She is like a giant sponge soaking up words and numbers and concepts. Love of learning is one of the most important gifts we can give our children. So often we see kids hate going to school at a very young age. What a loss. What have we done to stifle that joy in learning and mastering new things? Learning should not be a chore, but an adventure, an opening of new doors to see where they lead and what exciting places they can take us. It is awesome to see little faces light up at realizing they can indeed sound out that word and read that sentence. To feel the energy that flows from those new found abilities. May it continue for the rest of their lives. Parents are the first “teachers” (even, maybe especially, when they don’t realize they are teaching) and so much depends on those first five years spent at home. That is when children gain their fundamental attitudes toward life and learning. But the teachers and learning environment set by their first formal school experiences are so important at setting the tone of their

whole educational experience. I loved learning (although not always the educational experience), and seeing my grand- daughter thrilled at each new school day is a joy. Thank you to all of the teachers and educators to whom we entrust those little ones each school day. “Most of what I really need to know about how to live, what to do, and how to be, I learned in The kindergarten children are confident in spirit, infinite in resources, and eager to learn. Everything is still possible.”

and eager to learn. Everything is still possible.” ~ Robert Fulghum always remain so. 801 May

~ Robert Fulghum always remain so. 801

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~ Robert Fulghum always remain so. 801 May they BUSINESS oPPorTUNITIES DON’T PUT CHRISTMAS on your

BUSINESS oPPorTUNITIES

DON’T PUT CHRISTMAS on your credit card! Earn $$ in your own fun business. Get paid to party! For details. email dollarsandscents@ hotmail.com

CrAfT SAlES

BRENDA CROMWELL’S, 429 Rte 855, Nov. 19 from 10:00am- 4:00pm. Unique homemade crafts, Sunset Gourmet products and Mary Kay. Door prizes & refreshments. CRAFT SALE & FLEA MARKET, Roachville Hall, Nov. 26, 9:00am- 2:00pm, coffee & donuts, noon snack available, free admission, tables for rent $10. Frances 432-1985 or Mary 432-9088.

tables for rent $10. Frances 432-1985 or Mary 432-9088. EmPloymENT BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Turn 5-10

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Entertainment

COUNTRY CHRISTMAS featuring Jennifer Hazen-McNamara, Mike McNamara, Beth O’Donnell, Nick Miller & special guest Randy Vail. Show times 7:00pm-9:00pm, admission $7 at the door. Sussex Thursday Dec. 1, St. Francis Xavier Church Hall; Norton Thursday Dec. 8, Sacred Heart Church Hall.

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SPrINGfIElD fIrEWooD, quality hardwood, cut, split, delivered. Call 485-2349.

for SAlE

NIGHT TABLE $10, filing cabinet $12, Kodiac work boots size 10, new $50, used work boots 420, steel toe sneakers $15, table on rollers $20, boxing gloves $5, electric lawn mower $50, wolf skin blanket $7. Call after 6:00pm, 433- 8198. 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.

2006 HONDA TRX 500 Foreman Rubicon GPS ATV, 5,079kms, very

good condition, lots of accessories, asking $6,500. Call 850-5087.

PETS

GOLDENDOODLES, F1B, hypoallergenic, friendly, smart, loyal, all shots UTD, some ready now. 485-1808 or 608-7335.

rEAl ESTATE

WOODLOT FOR SALE, Gowland Mt., Elgin area, 41.3 hectares. Phone 756-3677.

SErVICES offErED

MARITIME RIGGING & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES. Complete line of traction chains, wire rope, chain, netting, H.D tarps. Authorized Action Truck & Car Accessories dealer. Call 832-1198. Day/Evenings Mon-Sat. JEN-CAL HOME Improvements specializing in siding, windows, doors, roofs, decks, drywalling, painting and hardwood flooring. Phone 506-433-6972, cell 506-434-1015. MOBILE HAIR STYLIST, perms, cuts, etc. Will come to your home. Call 432-7620. BUyING JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailers, motor homes, farm machinery. I pay you cash. Call 721-4255. VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY & REFINISHING - Craftsmanship. RV’s, boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870.

VEHIClES

2005 FORD FREESTYLE SEL, 125,000kms, 7 passenger, keyless entry, power windows/locks/seats/heated mirrors, tilt, traction control, steering wheel cruise and radio controls, CD/MP3, dual A/C, reverse sensing, very well maintained and in excellent condition, priced to sell $6,900 firm. 977-1711 or 763-2743.

1999 CHEV LUMINA LS Sedan, burgundy, good running condition,

owned by senior, must sell $1,800 or best offer. 506-433-2099.

Wanted

SOMEONE TO PLOW the parking lot for the season at Legacy Lane Fiber Mill, 56 Vail Court, 433-5604.

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BABY & CHILDREN’S items sale, Dec. 10, 10:00am-5:00pm, St. Francis Xavier Church, Sussex. Table rentals $10, free admission or donation of non-perishable food item for food bank. Call 944-1000.

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