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My Husband and I had a lovely Sunday afternoon, I went shopping while he puttered away at his shop. Arriving home for supper I was absolutely dismayed when Kevin discovered a puddle in the middle of our kitchen floor. I immediately began wondering how I would convince Kevin that it wasn't necessary to re-home my incredibly difficult cat, now that she had decided to use our floor as her litter box. Then a drip from our ceiling vent landed in the puddle and that created a whole new concern. We investigated, thought we solved the issue, cleaned up and settled in for supper. A few minutes later and I realized my Sunday evening had been completely high-jacked as the vent had started dripping again. Then the drip began increasing in intensity and, thanks to our vaulted ceiling, the water was trickling across the ceiling towards the cupboards. My father-in-law was driving in from Pearsonville to have a look, and Kevin left to find a ladder, leaving me alone with the drip. So there I was standing in the middle of the kitchen holding my swiffer dust mop wrapped in paper towel up to the ceiling to soak up the drip, as the bucket system was no longer working, when one of our friends arrived. Talk about being happy to see someone! Kevin had sent him a text when the drip first appeared asking for suggestions and Brent came over to check things out. I learned more about air circulation in the next half-hour than I ever thought I would need to know, but we still weren't certain what exactly was going on. When Kevin and his Dad

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arrived, Brent was elbow deep in our ceiling, soaking up the water pooling in the vent pipe. It was decided that a more thorough investigation was necessary so I spent the next two and a half hours tucked up in bed, out of the way, while the men climbed up and down the ladder, sticking their arms in various vents trying to discover the problem. When it became clear that we needed to wait for daylight, I was left with a bucket sitting on my step stool, which in turn was sitting on a towel in the middle of my kitchen floor. The bucket was collecting water that was slowly dripping from a piece of bendable pipe sticking out of my ceiling. Brent came back on Monday to have another look and, thank heavens, determined there was an ice build up on the roof which has since been fixed. The pipe and bucket need to remain while we wait for the water to dry up, which to a neat freak like me is really hard to look at, but I can't complain because, hey... my cat gets to stay. I'm not sure that Kevin will agree with my assessment given his dislike of the cats but I'll take it as a win. 0001

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HAMPTON FOOD BASKET NEWS The Food Basket is open for clients to receive on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 8:30 until 11:00am; Preparation will take place the day before (Wednesday), from 8:00 until 10:00am. Dates for March: Preparation; Wednesday, March 15, Client day Thursday, March 16. During the March and April Client days there will be people on hand to help clients with their income tax returns; this is a free and confidential service, so bring in all your documents and take advantage of this opportunity. We only give to clients once a month, by limiting in this way we do give a substantial amount of food and this in turn saves clients the expense of gas money that a more frequent hand out would cause; many clients live a lengthy distance from the food Basket. In light of this we ask that clients either come themselves on the right day or make arrangements for someone else to pick up for them, that person will need a permission slip from the client, along with their Medicare number. Information numbers, Catherine 832-1235; Janice 832-4340; David 6448476; Louise 832-5303; Betty 832-7526. We greatly appreciate the many organizations that gather nonperishable food for this outreach and the value of the provisions they bring in would be hard to assess; the publicity engendered by such food drives is paramount. However, for the individual who wishes to assist us, we advise that, rather than bringing boxes of food to us, you might consider simply making a cash donation! This has three advantages; the individual receives a Tax Receipt; he or she does not have to lug heavy boxes of food to

us and the Food Basket can buy in bulk the items that are most serviceable to our clients at a great saving over that which is available to the individual. Our thanks are extended to all who help in any way to maintain this vital outreach to those in need. Income tax receipts have been prepared and mailed, if you have any concerns regarding these please contact our Treasurer at 832-4061. Our mailing address is: Hampton Food Basket, 39 Tilley Street, Unit 2, Hampton E5N 5B4. ‘Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these my brethren, 0029 ye have done it unto me...’.

DIABETES LEARNING SERIES Everyone is welcome to attend any of the remaining sessions of the Diabetes Learning Series, which will be held in the Conference Room of the Sussex Health Centre on the following Tuesdays from 9:00-10:30am: February 28: Preventing Complications - learn about the potential complication of diabetes and what you can do to prevent them! March 7: Diabetes Medications and Insulin - A review and discussion of the current diabetes medications and insulins available to help manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. March 14: Diabetes Burnout - Learn about dealing with the stresses of everyday diabetes management, for individuals with Type 1 or 2 diabetes as well as friends and family members! Call 432-3251 to reserve your seat! Class is subject to cancellation if fewer than five people register. 4393


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HAMPTON-PIGGS PEAK NEWS We have received a number letters from the students we are supporting in Piggs Peak. I thought I would share some of their words “I am a 14 year old girl whose father died last year. My life is difficult since my father died because my mother is unemployed. I was to drop out of school due to lack of money but because of your help, I am proud to be at school. I would like to thank you that you give to Swazis even though it is distant from your home country Canada. Because of your help, I rejoice and wish you all the best.” “I want to thank you for paying school fees for me. I want to grow up to motivate young people to work hard at school, despite the challenges they face. It is a wonderful blessing to be in a relationship with you even though you are far away. I feel blessed to have you. When I grow up I also want to give back to society like you did to me and the other students at Peak Central High School.” “Since I started high school the sponsorship has been there for me and I appreciate that. I am eager to be part of the sponsorship when I am old enough

Peak Central High School students writing letters and financially able to do the same thing for other vulnerable children.” “Thanks a lot for all you have offered to me and all that you are still doing for me. You saved my life. In times of hardship when nobody was there, no willing people to pay my school fees, where I almost gave up hope, you warmly picked me up and opened your wide warm hands for me. I love you and wish you all the best.” “I write this letter to once again thank all the people of Hampton for helping me with my school fees. You kind people have been sunshine on a cold day. Ever since I received your financial help I have

been able to apply more hard work to my school work because I believe you chose me and put me in your hearts because you saw something great in me. Once I am done in school I assure you that I will give back to you.” “I thank you, Hampton, for the help you offered to me as I was struggling to pay school fees. You became the saviour of my future. May God bless you and continue helping others who are needy like me.” If you are interested in supporting the work we do or just want some information, contact me, Mark Bettle, at markbettle1@ or 832-0003. Also visit us on Facebook at: hamptonpiggspeak. 0010 RRSP | RESP | TSFA Life Insurance and more

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When Will I Stop Crying? Crying is not a measure of one’s grief. There are all kinds of appropriate reac�ons to loss and one of them is crying. However, if you don’t feel like crying, that’s all right too. Certain personali�es cry when they are hurt, certain others don’t cry. We believe that tears bring a level of relief for some, a way to let the pain out. Tears will come as long as they need to. If the tears are there, let them fall, rather than choking them back so their cleansing value can be realized. On the other hand, if you feel no tears coming, don’t feel obligated to force them.

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SELF ESTEEM GRIEF AND SELF ESTEEM From the moment we learn of a loved one’s death, our life changes forever. Our self esteem can easily be impacted by the grieving process. We become more fragile, sensitive and vulnerable when struggling with our loss. As many who have experienced loss know, grief and bereavement can be complicated and no two people grieve the same. However, a common experience that some share is a loss of self esteem. Low self esteem can manifest itself in many ways. Often, we feel we have no control and this can leave us feeling powerless. We lose our identity - we are no longer a mother, daughter, husband, brother, friend, etc. We may also feel that we are no longer needed. Uncertainty for the future may make us feel vulnerable and like a victim. We may set unrealistic goals as to how long it should take us to ‘get over’ the death of our loved one. We most likely feel insecure because our life changes so drastically after a loss. It may


cause us to distance ourselves emotionally. Having low self esteem prior to a loss only complicates grief issues even further. You’ve lost a loved one - don’t lose yourself too! So often, others expect you to ‘get back to normal’ within weeks. This is unrealistic due to the fact that your life has changed and it will never be the same as it was before. The grieving process is healthy and adaptive. There is no time limit! Be gentle with yourself. Deal with your pain. You don’t have to forget the person who has given you so much to remember. Cherish the time you had with them. Speak of your fond memories. Notice the small acts of love and kindness that people bestow upon you and know that you deserve it. Do something good for someone else in need. This is not only good for your self esteem but it is also good for the person you have helped. Find a nurturing support group where you are accepted for who you are. Accept yourself.



HALL Playtime Learners Preschool would like to see if there is enough i Playtime Learners Preschool – School Year 2016-2017 community to begin a Monday/Wednesday afternoon Preschool class to begin in January 2016. HALL is still accepting registrations for our Monday/Wednesday This class would be open for “new registrations” only and classes would run from 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 morning and afternoon classes for the 2016-2017 year. p.m. (a minimum of 10 new children for the class to begin). Monthly fees would be $100.00.

Accept that you are hurting. Your pain is natural and is nothing to be ashamed of. You may feel incomplete or ‘less than’ without your loved one. The truth is you are complete, whole and so much more because of them. They helped mold you into the person that you are today. Be thankful. Self esteem is the resource you must boost, to heal yourself and move on. Go ahead and know deep in your heart that your loved one is proud of you. Edited for space, see full article at: 0027

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HALL’smorning playgroup is held Tuesday mornings from 10:00 -11:30 am at St. Paul’s Tuesday Parent/Child Playgroup Presbyterian (978mornings Main Street). Come in for parent and HALL’s playgroup isChurch on Tuesday from 10:00 - 11:30 amsome beingfun heldfor at this St. Paul’s Presbyterian child(978 playgroup. Church Main Street). Come in for some fun for this parent and child playgroup, designed for children ages 0-4 years old.

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HALL Celebrate Baby Program at 10:00 – 11:30 am Wednesday mornings HALL’s Celebrate Baby Series is a playgroup setting program for babies, up to 18 months old, and

HALL’s Celebrate Baby Series is a playgroup setting program for Mom and/or Dad to baby’s first year life. Learn what to expect in the early years ofmany parenting. in aexplore group environment. Thisof playgroup will provide an opportunity to explore areas to create 22ndwith - Public willCelebrate be here for Well Baby thatFebruary strong bond youHealth and baby. Baby Series will run out of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Celebrate Baby SeriesHampton. will run out of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, 978 Main Street, Church, 978 Main Street, Hampton.

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TALES FROM THE CAMERA BAG the camouflaged owl in the tree. Considering that photography can be a mediation, also consider how grace brought you to this moment. While travelling along Route 790 I felt compelled to stop by a tiny cove; it took me nine images to get to that one image that was meant to be. Sometimes, I need to put my camera down and “Be in this Place” (a true New Brunswicker, eh) mindful of what pulled me here. There is an extreme satisfaction that comes from this kind of imagery, ecstasy if you will. I have other photographers who call this ‘being in the zone’ - when, the world somehow disappears and now it’s just you and your gear and the images you will create. Mindful photography lets us become aware of shapes, light, shadow play, composition, the way things interact with one another. Being mindful will mean putting away your preconceived ideas, your anxieties and possibly technique. While on Grand Manan I was not aware of an image that I was drawn to. My dear

MINDFULNESS While meditating the axiom “One day at a time” a single word sprang forward with such clarity - “Mindfulness”. Mindfulness plays a big role in thoughtful, considerate, photography. Let’s start with the simple things like gear selection. I am very fortunate to have three great cameras. At the start of my day of making images I will be mindful of the camera I chose; will it be full frame, does it need to be lightweight and quick or rugged with fast focus for the outdoors. Which lens should I bring to get the images I want. These are the practical aspects of mindfulness. I have a dear friend that says ( jokingly) that I spend my life looking through a small hole on the back of my camera. What he fails to realize is that while gazing through the viewfinder I am mindful of what I am seeing, I become more aware of what I am seeing. The play of fog on the Hammond river, but being still and waiting I begin to see the red canoe emerge from the fog or

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friends strived for perfect exposure to get the perfect image of the dories at sunset. My image, was one of a severe underexposure, where the setting sun only highlighted the gunnels of the beached dories. Yep, technique right out the window. Can I encourage you to be childlike in your naivety, wander aimlessly without expectations. Don’t look for your next image, be mindful, aware. Let it quietly tap you on your shoulder as you begin to see things you have overlooked before. ShootPrint - Share. Edited for space, see full article at: Ossekeag. ca. 0032

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HHS ENGLISH STUDENTS The following students were the December Students of the Month for the study of English at Hampton High School. From left to right: Emma Giberson, grade 9; Erica Stoddard, grade 10; Olivia DesRoches, grade 11; Danica Law, grade 12. 2661

BEGINNER CLASSES SPRING 2017 Taoist Tai Chi classes for Beginners will commence March 2 at the Hammond River Angling Association for KV and Hampton. Taoist Tai Chi is a body-mindspirit approach to health. It begins with learning a sequence of specific, flowing movements, which engage the whole body. Movement is continuous, yet within each there is a focus on balance, stillness and alignment. Relaxation and stress relief often result. The health benefits of Taoist Tai Chi practice can be experienced in many ways ranging from maintaining

already excellent health to significant improvements in mobility, flexibility, pain management and circulation. Our programs are offered by the Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism which is a charitable organization dedicated to making the benefits of Taoist Tai Chi available to all. Classes have been held in Southern NB for over 25 years. The Beginner program runs for four months. The cost is $140 (seniors and students $110). Join us for one of our introductory sessions. There is no obligation. (See classified ad for details). 4426


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The Community Income Tax Program (CVITP) will be holding free tax clinics for individuals with low to moderate incomes and simple tax situations. We do not prepare returns for individuals who report business or rental income and expenses, capital

gains or losses or have employment expenses. The clinics will take place in Hampton at the Hampton Senior Resource Center (Demille Court), Tuesdays from March 7 - April 25 between the hours of 9:00am and 12:00 noon. 4413


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WELL RESTED PREGNANCY AND SNORING: A CAUSE FOR CONCERN Pregnancy is such an exciting time. The marvelous changes to your body, the preparations for your home and hopes for the future are all highlights of that time. Some aspects of pregnancy are not so pleasant, such as heartburn, extra weight gain and sleep disturbances. Getting comfortable during sleep can be near impossible when you are pregnant. Your larger belly can be difficult to position. Another common and dangerous condition is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). OSA is a common breathing disorder marked by heavy snoring, pauses in breathing, gasping for air and daytime sleepiness. Other factors in OSA include morning headaches, a large neck, being overweight and high blood pressure. Pregnant women at risk for developing OSA are those who are already overweight or obese, or who have gained excessive weight while pregnant. The extra weight

around your neck can cause your throat to close off during sleep. Those with gestational diabetes or high blood pressure are at higher risk as are those with allergies and nasal congestion commonly caused by higher estrogen levels of pregnancy. OSA causes lowered oxygen levels and increased inflammatory processes during sleep. The associated risks of having untreated OSA during pregnancy include gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia. These conditions are very dangerous for mum and baby. Mums with sleep apnea are three times more likely to have a caesarean section, have smaller babies that are more likely to be admitted to the Neonatal ICU for breathing problems. You most likely will not notice that you are stopping breathing at night, but your bed partner will notice increased snoring and even cessations in breathing at times. You may feel more tired during the day and even doze off at times. If you think you have sleep apnea, or having started snoring since being pregnant and especially if you have high blood pressure,

discuss this with your doctor. You should be tested. This can be done in the sleep lab, or done in your home with a simple device. Sleep apnea can be treated very effectively to keep you breathing through the night for you and your baby. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the gold standard of treatment. You wear a little mask over your nose and it blows fresh air in while you sleep to keep your throat opened. Be sure to get this looked after as soon as you suspect there may be a problem. You want your pregnancy to be a joyous and healthy as it possibly can be for you and your baby. 0038

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PENINSULA BR #62 AWARDS TO MEMBERS Peninsula Br. 62 held their 4th Annual Honours & Awards dinner on Saturday, February 4. Following an afternoon of socializing a roast pork dinner was served by local 140 Army Cadets and bursary recipient students. Guest speaker, RCMP Staff Sgt (Ret) Steve Gourdeau, gave a presentation on the Modern Veteran and his experiences while serving on a United Nations tour in Bosnia in 1993/94. Honours and Awards Committee Chair, RCMP Staff Sgt (Ret.) Steve

Gourdeau, assisted by membership chair Kathy Campbell, presented a number of years of legion service pins including a 50 year pin to Honourary President Lloyd Saulnier. Certificates of Appreciation were presented to local residents Sandra Wood for all her work over the years with the Poppy Campaign and sisters Shirley Cochran and Roberta Gorham for their years of providing musical contributions for Remembrance Day and Canada Day ceremonies.

The Legion "Branch Service Medal" was presented to Beth Quigley for her continuous contribution to the Branch mostly behind the scenes over several years for her commitment to Legion activities. The "Canada 150" Medal was presented for the first time at Branch 62 to Beth Quigley and Sherry McKay in recognition to their numerous years of continuous contributions to the community. A Certificate of Merit was presented to Bonnie Jenkins, along with the Legion "90th Anniversary" Medal to Jenkins for her significant contributions to the Branch beyond what is expected of a member. The Annual Legionnaire of the Year award was presented to Kathy Campbell, by Joe Stack and Jim Haslett, for her tireless efforts and constant commitment to Legion activities, over the past years. The final presentation was the awarding of a Life Membership to Kelly Newstead. Steve Gourdeau assisted by Joe Stack, Bill Wood and Jim Haslett awarded a Life Membership to Kelly for her decades of continuous, outstanding service to the Branch. 4433

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CHASE THE ACE WINNER Paul McLaughlin cut the Ace of Spades and won $3,187.50 on February 10 at the Norton Legion. The cheque was presented, by Legion members and members of the Belleisle Pool Committee, following the ticket draw. We raised $2,621 that will go toward the Belleisle Pool. A new Chase the Ace began on Friday, February 17. Tickets go on sale at 5:00 and the draw takes place at 7:00pm. 4434


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HAMPTON NATURE CLUB The Hampton Nature Club will be meeting on Tuesday, March 7 (1st Tuesday, each month) at St. Paul’s Anglican Church (486 Kennebecasis River Rd, Hampton) from 7:009:00pm. We are pleased to introduce and welcome Todd Watts as our March Guest Speaker on the topic of Owls of New Brunswick. Todd is the Founder, Counter and Co-Ordinator of the Greenlaw Mountain Hawk Watch, an Observer for the Point Lepreau Bird Observatory, Environmental Consultant who's performed many Breeding Bird Surveys through New Brunswick, has worked aboard the whale watching boat the Quoddy Link out of Saint Andrews for the past five years, a Raptor Specialist here in NB, and an all around Naturalist who has birded in the US, Canada, Mexico, and Australia. We invite anyone to come out and join us for this exciting and interesting talk on our Nocturnal Birds of Prey. 4435



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Hi my name is Colleen DeVine, today I am a Health & Fitness Coach, Personal Trainer and Certified in Nutrition. What people may not know about me is that I was a binge eater, binge drinker; I’ve been bullied about my weight and survived two abusive relationships, both mentally & physically. I hit rock bottom a few years ago and because of it had to declare bankruptcy, fell into a depression, and have a form of high functional anxiety, which makes it hard to leave the house some days. Despite all that which could very well have caused me give up hope and trust, there were days I had given up hope, I have always felt deep down that I had something to share with this world.

So today I wanted to share a piece of my story of how through Fitness, Clean Eating, Personal Development and becoming involved in a positive, supportive community helped me to turn it all around.

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My weight was always a topic of conversation growing up. People would tell me I was too skinny or felt the need to make a point of it when I did gain weight. I grew up in a house where my Mom was always on a different diet and never happy with her own body. So, I become very self-conscious about my body at a young age. After university and into my 20s I gained weight because I was always the “skinny” kid so I never had to think about food, I just ate. Then I started drinking more & more to fit in and was trying a little too hard to be one of the “cool” kids. I worked in the restaurant industry for 15 years and therefore never had to learn how to cook or what is healthy; I never had to deal with it.

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When I finally changed careers, I moved into an office job and by that time old habits had caught up to me. I didn’t know how to stop and I certainly didn’t know how to start being “healthy”. I used to say things like “I can lose 10lbs anytime, I’m just not ready yet”, but who was I kidding, I was slowly dying inside. I can remember trying to tell people how I felt about my weight and how uncomfortable I was, only to receive responses ranging from “Colleen, you’re crazy” to “Wait! What weight, you look fine”; but I wasn’t fine. My self-confidence was gone, I stopped smiling, stopped wanting to leave the house, and my drinking got heavier to try and escape my reality that I didn’t know how to get out of.

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change and to know that I will be right there with them, helping them along the way. You see, in the end my desire to change my circumstances was greater than my acceptance to stay in the same place.

I believe that once we are able to help ourselves and get ourselves stable then it becomes our obligation to help others. This is why I became a Health & Fitness Coach, so to If any of my story has resonated could help others like me. with you and you’d like to learn more about how you can My mission is to help others work with me please feel free believe in themselves enough to contact me at: devinefit1@ to have the courage to want to or come visit me at: take those first steps towards

It took me two years to work up the nerve to ask for help and even then, my now Coach, I deleted her friend request three times before I finally agreed to listen to what she had to say. To this day, I don’t know how I found her that fateful night in February 2015, but that conversation has forever changed my life. Through the process of learning how to take care of myself I learned an important lesson; that it is not selfish to want to be happy & healthy and it’s only through taking care of ourselves first that we can then be present to take care of others. A saying that has always stuck with me is “you have to put your own February 21st - March 6th, 2017 


Thank You Is Never Enough

The family of the late Thomas J. Locke Sr. would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to all those who sent food, donations, cards and condolences to help us get through this difficult time. Thank you is never enough to express how much your thoughtfulness has meant to us.

Evan Smith Dec 9, 1985 Feb 28, 2009

Evan, you are in our hearts and minds everyday. Love you forever, Mum, Dad, Shannon and Leah

Carol Kathleen Myers

Rev. Jim and Ruth Ann Rhyno and Becky Rhyno, we have no words to express how much it meant for you to do the service, music and reading for us. The personal touch you put into your words was perfect and very comforting Jim. Uncle Tom would have loved knowing you all were there. Special thanks to the following: Nurses and Staff of the Sussex Health Centre for the great care and attention given to Dad when we couldn’t be there; Dyson, Jeff and the entire staff at Reid’s Funeral Home, you made our difficult journey a little less difficult, and for that we thank you; Lydia Rogers and Ian Tupper for the beautiful and heartfelt rendition of Hallelujah. It was absolutely perfect. Blanche Jones and our beautiful “Queens”... there are no words that would ever tell you how much we appreciated the way you stepped up to look after the reception and food for us. It was so nice to be able to go through this knowing that everything would be taken care of and perfect for all of us. Last but not least... thank you to our children for being pallbearers. Grampy would have been so proud of you all.

1931-2017 Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair, Perhaps you sent a floral piece, if so we saw it there; Perhaps you spoke the kindest words as any friend could say, Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part.

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NB YOUTH CHOIR 2017 The New Brunswick Youth Choir 2017 takes place May 19-21 at Mount Allison University, Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory of Music, Sackville, NB. The NB Youth Choir is a threeday auditioned choral residency for New Brunswick singers between the ages of 16 and 24 from all across New Brunswick and from both of New Brunswick’s official linguistic communities. It is an intensive weekend of training and education and a unique opportunity for singers to pursue excellence in choral music under the direction of a renowned conductor. It is an opportunity for like-minded students to learn and collaborate with one another, and to meet and connect with their peers. New Brunswick singers aged 16-24 are eligible to audition for the NBYC. Candidates by no means need to be voice students, but they should have some singing experience and it is strongly recommended that they be able to read music. Application deadline is Wednesday, February 22. For complete details email Leo Macneil at or under Youth Choir 2017 at: nbcfsite. 4419



Happy Birthday


Murray (Bud) Carpenter From James, Autumn and Margie

Come help celebrate Evelyn Folkins’ 90th Birthday on March 5th, 2-4 pm at the Belleisle Community Centre, Springfield, NB. Best wishes only.

In Loving Memory of

Eldred E. Beers

MEMORY CAFÉ IN SUSSEX Sussex Memory Cafe will be held on Sunday, February 27 from 2:00-4:00pm at the Salvation Army Community Church Hall, 79 Main Street. Sponsored by the New Brunswick Alzheimer Society and hosted by a local volunteer committee, the Cafe provides an free afternoon of entertainment, music, education, refreshments and socialization for people with dementia and their family members or caregivers, and anyone interested in learning more about dementia. Previous Cafes have been a great success, enjoyed by all who attended. Upcoming monthly cafes will be held on March 27 and April 30. For more information: memorycafe@alzheimer. 1-800-664-8411 or Linda Goggin at: lgoggin@, 756-3956. 3771



Sept 5, 1918 - Feb 7, 2014

COME CELEBRATE WITH US!! Vivian Patriquen’s Family would like to invite you to celebrate with them on the occasion of Vivian’s 100th Birthday What: Drop In and say Hello – Best Wishes Only Please When: March 12th, 2017 from 2 - 4 Where: Village of Norton Offices 10 Municipal Dr, Norton, NB E5T 0C8 (Directly across from Norton 1 Stop Irving)

If you have a special memory there will be a memory jar

We thought of you today, yesterday and the days before that too; but that is nothing new. Our memories and your pictures are a keepsake from which we will never part. We think of you in silence and often speak your name. God has you in His arms. We have you in our Heart. Love your wife, Doris & (Daughter & Son-in-Law) Lois & Mike Gillespie February 21st - March 6th, 2017 


WHAT’S HAPPENING Saturday, February 25 Annual Charity Auction, Dinner & Dance at Poley Mountain, in support of local chapter of Canadian Assoc for Disabled Skiers and Addictions & Mental Health Sussex. 4:00-7:00 & 9:00-11:00pm, live music with Crossroads; 6:00-7:00pm Dinner; 7:00-9:00pm Live Auction. To reserve tickets ($20) 433-7668. Kings County Historical & Archival Society meeting at the Court House in Hampton starting at 2:00pm. There will be a tour of the building.

Tuesday, February 28 Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, Kingston Parish Hall 4:00-6:00pm. Pancakes, beans, sausages, dessert, coffee or tea. $8/adults, $4/children under 12. Proceeds to Anglican Parish of Kingston. Gluten free pancakes available upon request. Contact: Parish Office 763-3183 or

Shrove Tuesday Pancake, Sausage & Beans Supper with dessert, from 4:00-6:00pm at St. Paul’s Anglican Church (486 Kennebecasis River Road), Hampton. $8/adults, $5/child, $25/family. Take-outs available. Sussex Art Club meeting 1:00pm in the Sobey’s Community Room (upstairs, elevator available, ask Sobey’s staff for help). We have a short meeting followed by an art program. New members are always welcome. Shrove Tuesday Pancake Lunch & Supper at Villa Madonna Retreat House. 4 sittings: 11:30am; 1:00, 4:30 & 6:00pm. 849-5125 to reserve your table. Pancakes, sausages, beans, homemade raisin brown bread, maple syrup, gingerbread with brown sugar sauce, coffee & tea. Gluten free pancakes available on request.

Thursday, March 2 Taoist Tai Chi™ Beginner Classes, info session and first class at the Hammond River Angling Association

in Nauwigewauk from 10:00am12:00noon. (See classifieds, this issue.)

Friday, March 3 World Day of Prayer Service at the Nauwigewauk Christian Church, 7:00pm. Everyone welcome. Saturday, March 4 Fiddle-Doo & Potluck, hosted by the Maritime Fiddling Assoc and Kim & George Boone, at the Hampton Resource Center (DeMille Court) from 2:00-6:30pm. Bring your favourite pot luck dish for supper. Hearty Breakfast, Apohaqui Rec Centre, 16 Jones Memorial Park Road, 8:00-10:30am. Sausage, eggs, pancakes, home fries, homemade beans, brown bread, donuts, juice/ tea/coffee. $7/person. Entertainment - Happy Go Lucky Fiddlers. Proceeds to Kiwanis Nursing Home Renovation Fund.

FACE CANCER WITH CONFIDENCE Look Good, Feel Better workshops are held on the third Monday of each month from 1:30-3:30pm. This program is geared towards patients experiencing skin and hair changes due to radiation and/or chemotherapy. The workshop is free of charge and is held in the Oncology Conference Room at the Saint John Regional Hospital.

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HAMPTON SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER NEWS Join us on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm when the Open Mic events are held. Fred Stilwell is a new band member who plays the keyboard. Other Band members are MC Len Tonge, Denny James, Lawrence Furlong and Steve Norman. Recently Sis, a vocalist, gave a wonderful rendition of "If Teardrops were Pennies". On Monday mornings the Quilting Group get together. They recently held a Fabric Swap and this was enjoyed by everyone. Each Monday afternoon the Swedish Weavers create beautiful patterns and in the evening

the Square Dancers take to the floor to some great music. Tuesdays, from 1:00 to 3:00pm and from 3:00 to 5:00pm, Angie gives free computer classes which help many individuals. Tuesday evenings the Bridge Group gets together, so just call Barry (832-5701) and you will also enjoy a great game and might meet your new best friend. The Flex and Flow Exercise Group enjoys each Wednesday morning from 10:15 to 11:00am. Call Betty Mitham (832-7785) for details. If Auction 45 is your game, call Marion (832-7171)

and join the group each Wednesday evening at 7:00pm. Thursday's are always busy with musical entertainment starting at 10:00am until 12:00noon when a luncheon is held. Members pay $4 and non-members $5. Make sure you plan on attending the Open Mic on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm. Admission is $3 The Door Prize is always fun and the 50/50 draw makes each winner very happy. A recent Door Prize winner was Mrs. McKinney and the 50/50 Draw was won by Sis. See you There! 0009

FUNDRAISING DINNER In support of Tara & Joel Hoyt, a Fundraiser Dinner is being held on Saturday, February 25 from 4:006:00pm at the Hampton Legion (1032 Main Street, Hampton). A Spaghetti Dinner (including Caesar salad, garlic toast & dessert) will be followed by an amazing Dessert Auction. Supper by freewill donation.

Tara Hoyt, a loving wife to Joel, and mother to daughter Zoe, was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer over a year ago. Since then, it has spread to other organs, and treatments have ended. Understandably, the Hoyt family wish to spend their time with each other as much as possible, and we, as friends, want to assist them

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however possible to be able to do so. We are raising money to help this beautiful family through their next journey. All proceeds from this event will go directly to the Hoyt family. To make a donation online go to: GoFundMe. com/tara-and-family. 4427

INCOME TAX Pam Brayley-Healey

Kings Co. Tax Service Ltd. Personal • Small Business • Efile Agent


Regular Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 9am - 4pm Closed Wednesdays No New Customers Please

10% Discount

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February 21st - March 6th, 2017 


FLOWERS IN BLOOM AND OPEN HOUSES Is anyone else as tired of winter as I am? Don’t get me wrong! There’s something peaceful about watching a gentle snow fall and I love the way my yard looks when covered with a pristine blanket of white. However, I’m not a fan of cold temperatures or icy roads at the best of times and after having an entire season’s worth of snow arrive in a twenty-four hour period, coupled with the joy of digging out of literally several feet of snow, I am more than ready for spring temperatures and green grass. Which got me to thinking about my favourite spring pass-time, gardening. What better way to overcome the winter blues than dreaming of the smell of fresh turned earth and the colours of those first spring flowers? Every year about this time I start pouring over my Vesey’s catalogues, circling all the new blooms, bulbs and seed I want to try. I start looking at different ideas on Pinterest and wishing I could wander around one of the local nurseries. My husband, Kevin, starts reminding me of the size of my current gardens and the fact that, no, I don’t really need six new plants, because where will I put them? One thing led to another, and the

Ossekeag team has decided to welcome spring with a complete overhaul of our office’s garden and yard. It seems fitting: new management, new look. Also, I get to look at all sorts of new and interesting products, and not worry about fitting said items into my garden at home. In that regard, Kevin and I would love to hear from our friends and neighbours- what would you like to see take place on the grounds of 242 Main Street? Red and white annuals to help celebrate our great Nation’s 150th? Maybe a riot of colour and different blooms in a variety of containers? Or something calming, such as shrubbery and evergreens? Personally, I love the wild abandon of the bushes and lilies that are currently trying to overrun the driveway, but it may be time to regain control - in as much as anyone can control the freedom associated with nature. The choices are endless, and we welcome your comments. You can contact me at amanda@ossekeag. ca, Kevin at, or the Ossekeag staff at Kevin and I will be hosting an open house on Saturday, June 3, from 1:00-4:00pm, as an opportunity to meet everyone and hear your thoughts about the garden and other

upcoming ideas. We welcome you to stop into the office to share some treats, look over our garden plans, and see where the magic happens. We will also be holding our first colouring contest, so bring the whole family. All pictures submitted by children under the age of 12 will be featured on our website and Facebook page as part of our upcoming “Kids’ Corner”. Looking forward to your input as we move forward with the next stage of our adventure! 4436

SENIORS’ SPRING FEST Seniors’ Spring Fest (for 50+) will be held on Thursday, April 6 from 1:00-4:00pm at Exhibition Park.  This annual event will include bingo (cards are 1 for $2 and 3 (max) for $5), musical entertainment with Delbert Worden and Debbie Harrity. Refreshments provided.  Tickets are $5 and will go on sale at the Seniors’ Resource Centre, Brunswick Square, Level III, on Wednesday, March 15, 9:00am and at Exhibition Park at 10:00am.   For further information, please call the Seniors’ Resource Centre, 633-8781.  4372

Jacob: Definitely not co-operative at the

photo shoot. Just kept acting silly. He’s a stocky, domestic short-haired male with lovely green eyes. His coat is a pale grey with white bib, belly and large mittens. Jacob has a very affectionate personality, definitely a lap cat who gets along with all his bunk mates. He’s 4 years old, has been neutered, vaccinated and ‘de-bugged’, in other words, a very happy camper. Paws & Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. Email: PO Box 4816 Sussex, NB E4E 5L1 Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. is a registered non-profit charitable organization operated solely by volunteers.


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Jacob If interested in adopting Jacob, please contact the Sanctuary via e-mail or better still, fill out an Adoption Application Form from our web site.

Adoption fee for cats in our care is $125 which includes:

• Two veterinary examinations • Treatment for worms, ear-mites & fleas • Nail clip • Vaccinations with booster • Neuter/Spay • 30-day health guarantee Ad sponsored by Ossekeag Publishing

1926 Graduating Class Crest

FINEM RESPICE In David G. Keirstead's wonderful book - Hampton Consolidated School: A Story Worth Telling, he writes about how it was common for several graduating classes in the early 20th century to have their own class colours and motto. So, imagine how incredible it was to have the Hampton High School Principal contact the Kings Co. Museum to say they had found, in their boiler room, a

number of crests from the old Hampton Consolidated School. When he first called, we were thinking of those little cloth crests you buy when you're on vacation that get sewn on jackets. When we saw the school crests he was talking about, we were blown away. These are huge, solid wood crests and many of them have signatures on the back! The one I'm writing about today is from 1926. You can see the "HCS" painted in gold and outlined in black at the top, with the 1926 class moto "Finem Respice" in the middle, and "1926" in gold paint outlined in black at the bottom. According to MerriamWebster, this Latin expression is translated to "consider the end: live so that your life will be approved after your death;, also: consider the consequences of your actions." It's about 32" in height and 27" across. It's made up of 4 pieces of board all different widths, about 3/4" thick with bevelled edges. On the back you can see the boards are held together with two pieces of wood screwed into the main boards. There is also a lot of water damage visible that did not reach the front. All 11 graduates signed the back of the crest. They also wrote the class colours - gold and black, and the class motto - Finem Respice. The crest itself was actually made by one of Sin

“FOUR PLUS ONE” EQUALS FIVE Symphony New Brunswick presents the renowned Saint John String Quartet and Principal Bass player Andrew Miller, giving audiences an unusual quintet performance in “Four Plus One.” They will be performing this unique concert at St. Francis Xavier Church in Sussex on Saturday, February 25 at 7:30pm. One of the pieces they will be playing is Dvorak’s Quintet, op 77, written in 1875. Also on the program is “Dynamus for String Quintet” written by Canadian Junowinning composer Allan Gordon Bell in 1980 and the Haydn String Quartet, op 20 no. 4 - a comical and witty string quartet with a melancholy second movement in a beautiful theme and variation form. Admission is $26/adults, $10/students and children under 12 are admitted free. 4428

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Non-Profit, Service & Community Groups (Churches, Seniors, Schools, etc)

the graduates, John H. Crabbe, H.C.S., '26. What a fabulous tradition: each graduating class creating its own crest with its own motto and having everyone sign it! To see more pictures, check out the Kings Co. Museum’s blog at 100HiddenHistories. 4429

we are currently updating our list of editorial for on-going events, that is those that run on a weekly or monthly basis - meetings, card parties, music, bingo, bowling, breakfasts etc. on-going events information is kept on file and placed as often as space allows.


we have not heard from many groups in the past year and are looking to update our contact and event info. in order to ensure all information is current and accurate, by the first of march, any information we have on file which has not been updated this year will be removed. Please let us know if your group would like to update event info.

Doors open at 5:30pm Early Bird games start at 6:30 Regular games at 7:00pm.

to update your group’s information please call us at 832-5613 and ask for “Editorial”; or email:

There are five Pot of Gold numbers. We have Treasure Chest, Pyramid & Winner take-all, as well as regular games. Canteen on site.

For more info call: Lion George Tays at 832-5842 NEW LOCATION: Hampton Curling Club 48 Cemetery Road, Hampton Come out and support your local community. February 21st - March 6th, 2017 


HAMPTON MIDGET “A” TEAM - SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM The Scotiabank NHL Hockey Club has accepted the Hampton Midget "A" Bulldogs as a member of their community Sponsorship Program and has made them part of the Family of all the Minor Hockey Teams across Canada. Our thanks to the Bank of Nova Scotia for their sponsorship. 4425

Hampton Midget “A” team. Missing from photo Bryden Clark and Tanner Kohr

HAMPTON LIONS’ BINGO Fabulous Five Bingo: Every Tuesday evening at the Hampton Curling Club (48 Cemetery Road). Doors open at 5:30, Early Bird games start at 6:30, regular games at 7:00pm. There are five Pot of Gold numbers. We have Treasure Chest, Pyramid and Winner take-all, as well as regular games. Canteen on site. Come out and support your local community. For more info call Lion George Tays at 832-5842. G004

HHS GRAD CLASS NEWS A big Thank You to those who came out to support the Grad Class, while enjoying some wonderful musical talent, at our last Coffee House. It was a great success. Thank you to our special guest, Doug Brenton. Thank you for your continued support Java Moose, and thank you for your delicious coffee. A shout out to all the parents who helped out! We were very happy to see a good number of grads dressed up for our last

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theme day ‘dress like the first letter of your name’. There are some very creative grads in our class this year. On March 22 we have another theme day “dress like your favourite celebrity/role model.” Last but not least, the annual Grad Class Fashion Show date is tentatively set for Monday, March 27 at 7:00pm. Grads should start thinking about helping out with this fun event. Stay tuned for more information! 0011

LEGIONS HAMPTON RCL #28 1032 Main Street, Hampton, 832-4633 Sunday Brunches - 9:00am-12:00noon, $7/person. Menu includes: Scrambled eggs, hash browns, beans, pancakes, sausage, bacon, tea/coffee & juice. The Legion “Sunday Brunch Crew” is looking for volunteers to assist on Sunday mornings. Others who would like to help with other tasks involved are also welcome. Please contact the Branch if you would like give us a hand. Monday - General Meetings’ the second Monday, each month. Anyone wishing to rent the Hampton Legion Br #28 for a function, call Barb Sherwood at 832-7886. Membership Cards - $50. Anyone wishing to join the Branch or to get reinstated please call Lyla McCrea at 832-7979. If you are a Veteran or dependent, please contact Buster Rogers at 8325798.

PENINSULA RCL #62 1356 Rte 845, Clifton Royal NB, E5S 2B9;, 763-2009 Sundays - 7:30pm, Crib. Tuesday, February 21, 28 - 6:157:00pm, Seniors’ Fit Over 50 series Flex n Flow fitness classes. Free for ages 50 and over. Thursday, February 23, March 2 10:00-11:00am, Seniors Zumba; 6:308:30pm, 140 Peninsula Army Cadets Marksmanship training. Monday, February 27 - 7:00pm, Executive meeting. Monday, March 6 - 7:00pm, General Meeting. Congratulations to all the award recipients from our 4th annual Honours and Awards Dinner. April 9 2017 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. We will be marking this special occasion and are looking for name, picture and unit of local residents who participated in this battle. See complete details on our facebook page at: peninsulabranch62. ca or contact us at rclpeninsulabr62@ Pub is open Saturdays from

6:00-9:00pm. Stop in and sign up for our snowball, listen to some local entertainment or pick up an application to join the legion, or pick up some information on what Legions do locally, provincially and nationally. There is something for everyone. Peninsula Pearls Seniors’ Group will meets the 2nd & 4th Monday for lunch, meeting, entertainment etc. For more information about activities or joining contact Claudia Small, President at 763-2587. 140 Peninsula Army Cadets training at MCS school for regular training on Wednesday evenings 6:30-9:00pm. Boys and girls aged 12-18 are welcome to attend. Contact Bob Beyea at 7632277 for more information. Anyone interested in booking the Legion for weddings, receptions, dinners or other events please contact Kelly Newstead at 763-3009.

NORTON RCL #76 1935 Rte 121, Norton NB

Mondays – 8:00pm, Auction 45’s. Tuesdays & Saturdays – 8:00pm, Double Crib. Thursdays – Family Charitable Bingo. Children are welcome to play if accompanied by an adult. Fridays - Chase the Ace Fundraiser for Belleisle Community Pool 5:007:00pm, Minimum Jackpot of $1,000. Tickets 3 for $5, 7 for $10, 15 for $20. Must be over 19 and present to win the draw at 7:15pm; Texas Hold’em Poker, registration begins at 7:00pm, play starts at 7:30. Ticket to play $20 with one rebuy at $20 allowed until the first break at 8:30pm. Saturdays - (evenings) Single Crib. Are you a veteran who does not receive a pension or health care benefits? For more information contact Gordon McKenzie, Service Officer RCL #76 at 432-0779. The Legion Hall is available for rent (birthdays, anniversaries, showers, etc) by contacting the Legion or Sandra at 433-4965. 0012




GUIDES 1-800-565-8111 February 21st - March 6th, 2017 


COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS FOR RENT APARTMENT FOR RENT, centrally located in Hampton. Heated, lights, stove, fridge. Call 333-1815 or 832-7907. HAMPTON, $625 UNHEATED, 2 bedroom, 1 level walk in apartment. Quiet neighbourhood. Fridge, stove, washer & dryer hookup. Call 832-7322.

NOTICES Taoist Tai Chi™ Beginner Classes – Quispamsis/Hampton. Information session and first class will be held Thursday morning, March 2, 10:00am-noon at the Hammond River Angling Association, Nauwigewauk for adults of all ages, including teens. Try this body-mindspirit approach to finding balance and building health, strength and flexibility. Cost:$140; (students and seniors: $110.) For information: saintjohn.nb@taoist. org. Voicemail: 658-9854. I JOSEPH L KANE, of Kingston Corner, County of Kings, New Brunswick and is Land Grant no. Eleven of the Kingston Grants. Granted by Queen Victoria and the New Brunswick Court of Chancery in the year 1853, registered and kept at the forestry Building, Fredericton, New Brunswick. within the Grant Map I have had the property line compromised by usurpers, breach of trust and other surveyed by Court Appointees, year 1853. Supported by a number of registered Deeds with Riparian rights. I have had my

rights violated. Article no. 15 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. current Property no. Pid 159566.

SERVICES OFFERED BUYING JUNK CARS, trucks, farm machinery. I pay cash for cars, trucks and machinery. Call 721-4255. INTERIOR PAINTING – Time to freshen up for Spring? Experienced at walls, ceilings and trim. Reasonable Rates with Free Estimate. References Available. Contact Doug Hall at 4330103 Cell or email dougearlh@gmail. com. DEBBIE’S LICENSED FOOT CARE CLINIC will be held at Hampton Pharmasave the second Thursday and the last Thursday of every month. By appointment only. 832-3635 or cell 651-1244. HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Sales and services of overhead doors, operators and weather stripping of all models. Phone 485-2151 or 609-8699. MARITIME RIGGING SUPPLIES Traction chains - wire rope cable - chain - towing & lifting - tie down products... Action Car & Truck Accessories... Tonneau Covers - Aluminum Utility truck boxes etc. Please call 832-1198 Day or Evening. BRIAN’S MAINTENANCE & Home Repair, carpentry, kitchens, bath, painting, ceramic tile, electrical,

etc. Over 20 years experience. Free estimates. Call Brian 839-2296. WE HAUL AWAY junk cars, trucks, tractors and farm equipment. Small fee for appliances and small scrap. Drop off site 54 Backland Road, Kingston. 7632933 or 333-9067. HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential, commercial, recreational, restyling and customization, repairs, supplies. Offering project classes. Trust your furniture to the professionals. Serving you for almost 40 years. The most upholstery experience around. 849-8008. REGISTERED FOOT CARE NURSE is now accepting clients. Offering foot care in the comfort of your own home in Hampton & surrounding areas. For professional foot care & details, call Shirley at 506-799-1547 or cell 506-607-2178. Covered with most insurance plans. TOP NOTCH TREE SERVICE. Certified Arborist offering safe and efficient tree services, including tree pruning, tree removal, chipping, storm clean up, hazardous tree assessments and more. Free estimates and fully insured. Find us on Facebook. Call or text Pascal at 651-3010. DAVE’S LIGHT TRUCKING & Cleaning Service, junk, garbage, construction & roofing materials, demolition, brush, trees, decks, flood clean-ups. 7 days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles, U-load trailer rentals & deliveries. 832-3982 or 653-0026.


L&T Shaw’s Seamless Contracting

Asphalt & Metal - Roofing - Seamless Rain Gutter - Fascia - Window / Door / Siding Install FREE QUOTES - No Job Too Small

Call today! 644-9495 639-7417


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HEATING SPECIALIST Cooke’s Heating Service Ltd.



832-1124 We service and install:


We are W.E.T.T. Certified

John Roberts 832-7270

• Oil, Wood, Electric Furnaces • Chimneys & Stainless Steel Liners • Oil Tanks • Oil, Electric & Wood Boilers

Your fully licensed & insured heating technicians

Call 832-5613 to book your space. Next Issue: March 7 Deadline: February 28


Janice Constituency office: 39 Railway Crescent, Hampton : 832-5700 Mon: 9-4pm Tues,Wed,Thurs: 9-1pm Closed Fridays

Offering therapeutic treatment of: Acute and Chronic Pain, Headaches, Fatigue, Strains and Sprains, Muscle Tension, Stress and more. Relaxation, Prenatal, Cupping & Hot Stone Massage also available.

We offer same day appointments, direct billing & evening/weekend hours. 39 Railway Crescent, Hampton | (506) 832-7007

S&S Self Storage Units

• Vehicle Storage • Boats • Motorcycles • Snowmobiles • All Terrain Vehicles • Household Items • File Storage

Limited Units Available • Monthly Rates 6’ x 12’, 12’ x 13’, 12’ x 20’ and 12’ x 26’ Call Now to Book Your Space

Cell 647-9602 Office 832-3539

55 Robertson Rd, Hampton, NB

about a minute and a half from the highway, Hampton Exit #158

Home of the Hampton Herald, Sussex Herald, Valley Viewer & The Tides

Keith’s Tax Service

Income Tax Preparation/E-File 11 years Professional Service Most Returns $50.00

Final Returns / Rental / RRSP / Moving Medical / Capital Gains.Employment Income / Investments & More cell 506.333.1198

e-mail 578 Hall Road Hampton

Cumberland Corner 6 Cumberland Rd, Route 860 5 minutes from Hampton Alteration services provided as well as historic costuming design and Offering classes for construction. youth and adults in: Email: Sewing Phone: 654-2802/832-7897(Home) Knitting Needle felting Please contact Bernadette Fowler for more info on classes and other services. Spinning yarn

Tensions Away Therapeutic Massage Samantha Campbell RMT

Massage away life’s tensions Massage Therapy May Benefit:

• Muscle Tension • Chronic Pain

To be included in this page call our office at 832-5613

• Frozen Shoulder • Headaches

Located at Beverly’s Day Spa 9 Crawford St, Hampton NB (506) 608-9653

tel: 832-5613 242 main Street Hampton, nb e5n 6b8 February 21st - March 6th, 2017 


Deere Quality.

Loader sold separately.

Unexpected Affordability.

Visit Green Diamond Equipment at 70 Aiton Road, Sussex for details or call us at 432-6470

See us at the Atlantic Home Show from March 17-19 Harbour Station in Saint John! John Deere the leaping Deere symbol and the green and yellow color scheme are property of Deere and company.

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