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Last year I passed a birthday milestone that by every measurement known to me, qualifies me as a “Senior”. But somehow, that term just doesn’t seem suited to who I am. Yes, I am a senior member of Ossekeag Publishing. Yes, I am the senior IT person at Ossekeag Publishing. But... I have no concept of what retirement is about. I have no interest in sitting down and playing bingo. I have no idea even of what I am going to be when I grow up. I have no reason to even want to grow up. Life is grand just the way it is. Life is too busy with finalizing the redesign of our publications and the launch of a whole new Ossekeag venture to even think about picking up my knitting needles and yarn. Throw in a hundred years of work to restore our Acadian Forest and what I really need are more chainsaws, tractors, logging equipment and have absolutely no interest or time to be a senior. Just last night, “The Kid Who Lives Here With No Bedroom” challenged me to an Xbox foot race. Now at eight years old, she is a very energetic kid, but by the time I crossed the finish line ahead of her... she was covered in my dust. So what senior gets a kick out of out racing an eight year old?? Only one who has never matured or grown up!! Now to be fair, she did beat me in the soccer kick, lost in the javelin throw, beat me in bowling, lost in table tennis and surprisingly beat me in the deciding event, boxing. But it must of been a lucky punch, because I know that I can take this kid!!
So I am now setting up “The Immature Seniors Club”. It is a special club for people who can’t or won’t grow up or grow old. Yes, having a few aches and pains is okay. Yes, missing some hair is okay. Wrinkles... sure, no problem. But, you must have a real zest for life. Whatever limitations you have, can and will be overcome. Your horizons are far, far off and you live like you will still be around for another hundred years. Sure, we can admit to our mortality. We realize that we are one clogged artery away from being dead. We realize that wills and other planning needs to take place for the time when we aren't around, but then, we forget all that stuff and get on with doing stuff that is fresh, challenging and worth living for. Membership is totally free as long as long as your maturity index approximates that of elementary school. Sign up today!! 0001
Mike Completed his MBA in 1997, and has been working on a practical PhD since his wife Debbie and he started Ossekeag Publishing in 2000. He is also doing a practical degree in Restoring the Acadian Forest with a tractor and chainsaw. When Mike does come out of the trees he heads up Ossekeag’s fledgling IT department.
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LISTEN IN by Jeﬀ Liberty The Poet and the Songbird Slamming and Singing with Clyde A Wray and Debbie Adshade: Last week, I met up with poet extraordinaire Clyde A Wray and songwriter Debbie Adshade at Wray’s uptown haunt, the Magnolia Café, to talk about their work together and life over cappuccinos and my regular green tea and honey. Adshade is actually a nearby neighbour of mine on the Peninsula. I have been fascinated about both these artists as individuals for years now. When I heard they were collaborating, I knew I needed to explore this partnership further. Debbie tells me they first collaborated in the spring of 2011. “We were Facebook friends first”, Debbie says with a laugh. “I gave a reading and Debbie came out and asked if I wanted to do something together”, Clyde continued. Their first collaborative effort was “Between the Dark and the Light". They then followed this up with "Mood Swings". Debbie explains it as “a weaving of spoken word and song”. Throughout our lengthy
conversation, I learn that the process seems to be very much a collaborative effort with the music, lyrical singing and poetry coming together in a very natural and fluid manner. “There is no ego involved; we let the work take over”, Clyde says in expressing their approach. “It is all about the A-ha! (Eureka) moments”! Clyde adds in regard to finding what sounds and seems right for the pair. The duo plays off each other seamlessly, with Clyde’s stirring poetry in a dramatic delivery with a weighty and rich voice I can only liken to the great American actor, James Earl Jones. Debbie, in contrast, sings like an earth-bound angel, playing guitar while she sways back and forth, evoking something between Judy Collins and Joni Mitchell. A show that will captivate you with a journey that is worth the ride. I urge all lovers of song and poetry to take in one of their performances. Both Debbie and Clyde keep a busy individual schedule and work load as well. They both have fascinating projects
on the horizon. Clyde just finished two big productions, where he wears many creative hats in making these projects a success. Debbie’s work with Clyde Wray has also led to her most recent endeavour,”NB Poets”. Debbie has just received a NB Arts Creation Grant to compose 12 songs inspired by New Brunswick Poets. I’m looking forward to that release! To stay in the know, you can find them both on Facebook, YouTube, as well at myspace.com/debdatso (for Debbie) and clydeawray.com. 0041
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Sussex & District Chamber of Commerce AGM - MARCH 27, 2014 Sussex Golf & Curling 148 Picadilly Road, Sussex, N.B. Cocktails: 5:15 Dinner: 6:00 Prime Rib Roast Beef Dinner $40 Per Person (Tax & Gratuity Included) RSVP by March 20 - Pam at 433-1845 firstname.lastname@example.org Guest Speaker - SUSSEX NATIVE DAVID ALSTON
“David is CMO” at Introhive, a Saas-based start-up focused on enterprise relationship analytics. Prior to joining IntroHive, David was Chief Adoption Officer for salesforce. com’s Marketing Cloud and the Chief Marketing Officer of his team at Radian6 created B2B marketing programs that resulted in being recognized as one of the pioneers in B2B content marketing and community building. I am working with others as part of a large movement to bring programming back into the school system. We are also shooting a documentary on this journey that now will be aired on CBC nationally in May or June.
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Saturday, March 15
Kings County Women in Business networking group (KCWIB) meeting from 8:30-9:30am, in celebration of International Women’s Day, at Timeless Cottage in Nauwigewauk. Memberships $50/year. For more information email: kingscountywib@ gmail.com.
Danny & Jessica Angel Foundation AGM 10:00am at the St. Francis Xavier Church Hall (Church Ave, Sussex). Membership is $5/person for a year. To make a donation or more information contact Judy at 756-8996. Lodge Charity Auction - Community Charity Auction at at the Waterford Community Hall. The hall will be open to receive articles for the auction Friday, March 14 from 6:00-9:00pm. On Saturday, March 15 doors open to receive donations at 9:00am and the Auction will begin at 1:00pm. Everyone welcome. All proceeds will go to local charities. Dress Gala at the Belleisle Community Centre from 9:00am-2:00pm, put on by the BRHS Grads. Gently used clothing and new - from prom dresses to men’s wear, prices $5-$200. Items can be donated or sold on consignment. For more info 485-3030.
Thursday, March 13 Sussex Valley Parkinson group meeting from 2:00-4:00pm in the Heritage Room of the Kiwanis Nursing Home. Everyone welcome. For more information contact Leona Gionet at 433-5342 or email: rog56@ rogers.com. Friday, March 14 St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon, hosted by the Sussex & Area Activity Centre. from 11:30am -1:30pm at the St. Francis Xavier church Hall (110 Church Avenue). Enjoy corned beef & cabbage and Irish music. Proceeds to Mental Health programs in Sussex.
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from BRHS (485-3030), Valley View Sales (485-2343) or at the door. Proceeds to 2014 Grad class of BRHS. St. Patrick’s Day Pancake Supper from 3:30–6:00pm at the Belleisle Creek Hall, Belleisle Creek. $8/adults, $4/12 and under, preschoolers eat for free. Sponsored by Kings Kirk United Church. Everyone welcome. Monday, March 17 Annual Senior’s Luncheon for the seniors of the Apohaqui Recreation area at the Recreation Centre (16 Jones Memorial Park Road, Apohaqui) starting at 11:00am with music by Richard & Heather Brown and a complimentary luncheon at 12:00noon. RSVP to Marylou at 433-5796, Marsha at 433-4571 or Evelyn at 433-3849. Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Association meeting from 7:30-9:30pm at the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building. Reviewing issues affecting, or that will affect, our watershed. Everyone welcome. For more information: Robena Weatherley 488-2718; Shawn Dalton 4491395 or Reace Black 534-2565.
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WhAT’S hAPPENINg Wednesday, March 19 Smorgasbord Supper at St. John's United Church Centre (Sussex Corner) from 4:00 to 6:00pm. Casseroles, potato scallop, beans and more. $10/adults, $4/children 6-12, children under the age of 6 eat for free. Sponsored by the United Church Unified Board. Sussex Farmers’ Market Co-Op Ltd will be holding their AGM at 7:30pm in the board room of the Department of Agriculture on Magnolia Avenue in Sussex. Please use entrance off the back parking lot. Grief Recovery Support Group, led by Pastor Tim MacDonald, will be held at the Faith Bible Baptist Fellowship (33 Pine Street, Sussex) on Wednesdays from 7:008:30pm until June 11. “Griefshare” is a seminar and support group for those who are grieving the death of someone close to them. There is no charge to attend and for more information contact 435-4685. Thursday, March 20 Millstream Recreation Council AGM, 7:30pm at the Berwick Hall. Voting of directors and members of the Board will
take place. Looking for people who want to make a difference in their neighbourhood, both the young and young-in-heart. For more information 433-1390. Saturday, March 22 Kings County Historical & Archival Society Inc meeting, 2:00pm at St. John’s United Church Hall in Sussex Corner. Briand and Libby Cassidy will speak on the families of Cassidy Lake. All are welcome. Basement Players at St. Paul’s United Church. “Laffing Room Only” starts at 7:30pm. Admission $10/adults, $5/children under 12. For tickets call the Church office at 432-1114. Sunday, March 23 Scallop, Bean, Ham Supper at the Berwick Hall from 3:00-6:00pm, sponsored by the Wesley United Church in Berwick. $10/ adults, $5/children 6-12; $25/family, preschoolers eat for free. Everyone welcome. Tuesday, March 25 Sussex Art Club Meeting 7:00pm at St. Paul’s United Church Hall (4 Morrison
Avenue). All who are interested in art are welcome. Wed, Mar. 26 & Thurs, Mar. 27 Conference - Supporting Those in Our Community Living with Intimate Partner Violence at the Apohaqui Community Church. Open to professionals and those with general interest. Early bird registration (before March 1) is $40, after $50 (includes lunches). For more information contact Sheila 432-2489, Pam 432-2495. Sunday, March 30 Music Night at Sussex Baptist Church at 7:00pm with guests Doris Fraser, Theresa Hickman, St. Mark’s Group, Greg & Linsey Reicker, Step By Step, The “Whelans & the Greens”. Freewill offering going to “The Sussex Pregnancy Care Centre”. Afternoon of Music in Havelock at the Memorial Hall from 1:00-4:00pm with MC Tom Burgess and band with guest singers. There will be 50/50 tickets and canteen. Admission $7, proceeds for up-keep of the Hall. 0021
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LIBRARy NEWS Cambridge-Narrows Library 2116 Lakeview Drive, CambridgeNarrows, email@example.com, 488-3971 (leave us a voicemail) Winter Hours: Tuesdays 10:00am4:00pm; Fridays 10:00am-1:00pm; Saturdays 1:00-4:00pm. The Library would not exist without the involvement of the community through the volunteers and those using the facilities. Also, those who donate their used books are truly appreciated (check our website for books we accept). The Library maintains a selection of magazine subscriptions on several different genres paid for by businesses and individuals in the area. We would like to thank Pat Allan for 'Canadian Living'; Judith Jones for 'Todays Parent' and Buckwheat Point Estates for 'Saltscapes'. These are just three of the 15 subscriptions members are able to borrow. The Lakeview Bookworms Book Club meets the third Tuesday of each month from 1:30-3:30pm. On March 18 discussion will be about 'A House in the Sky' or a book of your choice.
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Petitcodiac Public Library 6 Kay Street, 756-3144 Library Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays 10:00am-1:00pm & 2:00-5:00pm; Thursdays 1:00-5:00 & 6:008:00pm; Sundays & Mondays - closed. Preschool Storytime - 10:30-11:00am every Wednesday for ages 2-5. Thursday, March 13 - 6:30-8:00pm, Book club (The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield). Copies available at the library. Thursday, March 27 - 6:30-8:00pm, Creative Writing Corner for ages 18+. Saturday, March 29 - 2:30-4:00pm, LEGOTM Construction Club for ages 6+. These programs are offered free of charge. For more information call the Library or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Salisbury Public Library 3215 Main Street, 372-3240 Library hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays 10:00am-12:00noon & 1:00-5:00pm; Wednesdays 1:00-5:00 & 6:00-8:00pm. Story Time – every Friday at 10:00am. A 30-minute program of stories, songs, and
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Sussex Regional Library 46 Magnolia Avenue, 432-4585, Library Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 10:00am-5:00pm; Wednesdays 12:00noon-8:00pm; Saturdays 9:00am5:00pm, Sundays & Mondays closed. Story Time for 3-5 year olds and Toddler Time for ages 18-36 months Thursdays at 10:30. March Break (2:00pm): Tuesday - stories and crafts about nocturnal animals; Wednesday - Puppet Mania; Thursday 10:30am, Steve Weeks concert; Thursday - Duct Tape crafts; Friday - making Origami animals; Saturday, Movie & Popcorn. Wednesday, March 12 - 6:00pm, Knitting/Crocheting Club meeting. For more information please call the library. Like us on facebook to receive our updates. 0017
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HHS CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION On behalf of the Cooperative Education 120 class of Hampton High, I would like to thank the following businesses and supervisors for taking part in our program during the last semester: Dr. A. T. Leatherbarrow School (Terri Landry & Rosemary Wilson); Dr. V. A. Snow Centre (Janice Robinson and Gloria Baird); J. D Irving Woodlands (Leanne Carson); Hampton Elementary School (Jodi Fischer); Hampton Middle School (Sherlyn Cheeks); Macdonald Consolidated School (Margaret Britt & Beth Toner); Gerry’s Welding (Gerald Gillcrist); Mike Jarvis Auto (Gus Chiswell & Joel MacPherson); Dr. Allison Chorley (Marilyn, Samm and Dr. Chorley); Bonney Construction (Dale Bonney, Rod Kilpatrick, Adam Bonney); The Shadow Lawn Inn (Nancy Fox); Dickinson & Baird Veterinary Services (Dr. Elisha DickinsonMills, Candace & Lana); Little Adventures Early Learning Centre (Amy St. Germain & Kim Ringuette); Hampton Dental Clinic (Dr. Bill Merrithew, Allison Arrowsmith & Marilyn McGuire); Simply for Life (Keith McHugh); Shannex Parkland in the Valley (Jen Reed & Sue Delong); News 88.9
(Allison Mosher). Cooperative Education 120 is a course in which selected high school students combine studies at school with a work placement in the community. These students learn through participation in the day-to-day operation of an organization. If you think that your business or organization would like to participate in this valuable program for the 2014-2015 school year, please contact Sonja Travis at email@example.com. 2647
ST. PAT’S WEEK CELEBRATIONS The Irish Canadian Cultural Association is sponsoring St. Pat’s week celebrations in Saint John until Sunday, March 16: March 12 - In & Out of the Pub at Harbourview High School, 672-0883 or 642-4528; March 15 - Breakfast at O’Leary’s, Princess Street from 9:00am-1:00pm. Proceeds to L’Arche; March 16 - Family Festival Day, Market Square from 1:30-3:30pm - various activities, cake, performance by Comhaltas and special guest, Adam McIntyre; March 17 - 12:noon, Mass, Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, 12:00noon. 2648
LODGE SUPPER THANK YOU The Kings East Orange Lodge would like to thank Ossekeag Publishing for printing information, Creightons for the Squash and our members for biscuits and rolls. Thank you also to the help on Friday afternoon preparing the vegetables, setting up the tables; serving plates, preparing desserts and those who looked after tables, tea and coffee and cleaning up after. All helped make our dinner a success. Thank you to all who came and supported us. The Kings East Orange Lodge. 2670
INCOME TAX PROGRAM IN HAMPTON Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) will be holding clinics at the Hampton Senior Resource Center from March 4 - April 29. The free walkin clinics will be every Tuesday 9:00am12:00pm. Contact Canada Revenue Agency at 1-855-516-4405 if you have any questions. 2608
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ASk ThE ChEF Colin Sifton from Holly’s Restaurant and Catering with the answer to a great question about spices. I often get asked the question of what herbs you should have on hand at home? It is a hard thing to answer. Each person is very different and their palette is as well. We have certain rules that we use when first starting to cook, but then after playing with the different flavours we come up with what pleases us. The four most common herbs that you should find in most kitchens are; basil, thyme, rosemary and oregano. Some are best when fresh and others are easier to control when dried. Basil is always better fresh. I use it mainly in vegetable pasta sauces, some salads and is the main ingredient in pesto. Dried basil is alright, but you will find the flavour not as strong and a little more sweet than fresh. Thyme is good both dried or fresh. Fresh is not as strong as dried. I use thyme with poultry, in salad dressings and flavouring soups. There are many different varieties
of thyme so if you do not like one, try a different one. Rosemary is always better fresh than dried. It has a better flavour and is not as hard. I use rosemary with beef, lamb, game meat, in brown sauces, in salad dressing and in marinades. A flavour that is hard to miss, rosemary in mushroom soup just seems to complete it. Oregano is an herb that is always better dried than fresh. The only reason I say that is because fresh oregano is hard to control, where dried is very easy to control. I use oregano in Mediterranean cooking, pasta sauces, salad dressing and many marinades. Spaghetti sauce in my opinion should only be made with oregano and bay leaf. Other things I wanted to mention is when using herbs, keep it simple. Don’t just throw different herbs in a sauce in hopes that it will taste good because it will not. All the herbs have different aromatic flavours and very distinctive in flavour. By adding too much will confuse your palette. One taste may be good, but after
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The Town Chiropractor is now set up to serve all of the health and wellness needs of New Brunswickers stretching from Sussex to St. Stephen. With ten clinical and support staff we have developed centres of excellence that produce integrative and collaborative care programs that are years ahead of the standard in the region. We have certified staff members in Functional Movement Systems, which is ahead of the curve on movement assessment and exercise prescription. We have produced phenomenal ‘on the court’ results with our professionals and have given people their lives back at home by combining our functional assessment routines, with clinical chiropractic proficiency. We are the chiropractic consultants to the Saint John Sea Dogs, and the Saint John Mill Rats. We have formed relationships with many community and sports groups to assess people’s function and levels of wellness and how they can better their lives rather than merely treat the problem after it happens. It will be an exciting 2014, if you want to do something about your health, why don’t you join us for the journey! March 11th - March 24th, 2014
gET FRESh WITh FooD Healing Psoriasis with Food: We all know someone who suffers from psoriasis, which is a disease that causes dry, scaly patches all over the body which usually itch. Much of what I write is also true about Eczema. I have read about sufferers who have every aspect of their lives influenced by the disease and have even become suicidal. Having dry, flakey, lizard-like skin on exposed parts of your body can take away our confidence to be in public and affect our personal relationships. Since Psoriasis can also cause inflammation in the joints, many sufferers also have Psoriatic Arthritis. According to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, the incidence of Psoriasis varies in different regions of the world, affecting about 1% of the US adult population, contrasted with 8.5% of the adult Norwegian population. Many studies have found Psoriasis to have a genetic predisposition. Since both my father and his father developed the disease in their 50's, this subject is of great interest to me. Many medical professionals will tell you that there is no cure for Psoriasis and most prescribe cortisone cream to manage the
disease. The medical consensus seems to be that cortisone should not be relied on long term because of the potential side effects. Cortisone thins your skin and suppresses your immune system. After years of use, your skin can become so thin that the cortisone can be absorbed into your bloodstream. I have read conflicting sources that claim cortisone is perfectly safe if used in moderation, while others, such as the Mayo Clinic, warn of side effects with long term use. From personal experience, I can tell you that Psoriasis does not have to continue to cause pain for so many people. When my father developed Psoriasis, he certainly was not going to settle with cortisone cream for the rest of his life. His research for a cure turned up the work of Dr. John Pagano, who is convinced that "psoriasis is the external manifestation for the body's attempt to throw off internal toxins." Pagano has found that his elimination diet can identify which foods are causing the disease. There are some foods that are common causes such as junk food, vegetables of the nightshade family
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(peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, potatoes), saturated fats, shellfish and a handful more. After watching my father's experience, I cannot say the diet is easy. Cooking was tough, his Psoriasis became worse at times; however, after over eight months his hard work seemed to all-of-a-sudden pay off. His Psoriasis went from being bad to completely gone. As my dad added foods back into his diet, brief flare-ups indicated which foods he should avoid. I know there are sufferers out there that would do anything for clear skin and I encourage you to Google search Dr. Pagano. Feel free to talk to me in the store and I can share more of what I know. 0039 Dave Wolpin is the owner of Kredlâ€™s Corner Market in Hampton and has a deep passion for healthy eating and food awareness. You can learn more about Dave and sign up for his newsletter at www.kredls.com.
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SALISBURY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Kindergarten Readiness Program 9:00-10:30am, Tuesday and/or Thursday beginning March 11. A fun, educational environment that incorporates: social skills, writing skills, crafts, free play and outdoor play into every session. This program has been developed for children whose parents have concerns about EYEDA results, it is suitable for children entering kindergarten in September 2014. To register ($25 fee - $10/day) please call Evelyn or Kate at 372-5873. Note: classes are cancelled whenever there is no school. March Programs: Ages 5-7 (6:30-7:30pm), March 17 Craft; March 31 - Fruit Loop Sand Art. Ages 5-11 (6:30-8:30pm), March 24 Movie Frozen. Ages 8-11 6:30-7:30pm), March 12 LEGOTM/Free Play; March 19 - Craft. Ages 12-15 (6:30-8:00pm), March 11 Minute to Win It; March 18 - TP Fashion Show; March 25 (6:15-8:45pm) Movie The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Saturday, April 26 - 9:00am-4:00pm, Babysitting Course for ages 11-15. Cost $50/person, bring lunch and snacks.
THE ALZHEIMER JOURNEY - FIRST STEPS The Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick, in partnership with Go Ahead Seniors Healthy Active Living Program, will offer “The Alzheimer Journey – First Steps” at the Petitcodiac Kiwanis Building, 28 Railway Avenue on Thursday, March 27 and Thursday, April 3 from 1:004:00pm. This series of free workshops is recommended for those recently diagnosed, their family members and caregivers, as well as anyone interested in learning more about Alzheimer disease and dementia. The workshop on March 27 will feature sessions: “What is Dementia” with Susan Anderson, Mental Health Nurse; and “Communication and Coping Strategies” with Sarah Lord, Health and Wellness Coordinator, Jean Coutu Pharmacy Riverview.
The workshop on April 3 will feature sessions: “Navigating the System” with Gisele Arsenault, Social Worker; “Legal Matters” with a lawyer (to be determined); and “Resources and Support” with Marilyne Lapierre, Regional Coordinator, Alzheimer Society Moncton. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required. To register call 858-8380 or email Moncton@alzheimernb.ca. 2660
BENEFIT FOR DAVID PARLEE A Benefit for David Parlee (from the Head of Millstream) will be held on Sunday, March 16 from 1:00-5:00pm at the Sussex Legion. There will be live music as well as a silent and live auction. Any donations are greatly appreciated. David was recently diagnosed with bowel cancer and will be travelling to and from Satin John for 5 ½ weeks for radiation and Chemo with surgery to follow. Following surgery there will be four more months of Chemo. For donations, please call Shelley Parlee at 432-2396 or Pam Sears at 433-3929. 2662
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6. “Serpico” author Peter 7. A speed competition 8. A minute amount (Scott.) 9. Not new 11. Jailhouses 12. Eggnog spice 13. Most slick 14. 3rd largest city in Maine 19. An account of incidents or events 21. NYC’s Insatiable Critic Greene 24. Uncovers 25. White aspen 27. Sacred Christian book 28. Gallipoli gulf 29. A tiny round mark 31. NY Times writer Crittenden 32. Side sheltered from the wind 33. Belonging to a thing 34. Catch in wrongdoing 39. Removes pencil marks 40. Cap with a flat circular top & visor 41. Humorously sarcastic 42. Iridaceous plants 43. A ribbon belt 47. Traipse 50. Common Indian weaverbird 51. Affirm positively 52. Smallest merganser 53. Advanced in years 54. Adam and Eve’s garden 55. A sharply directional antenna 56. Father 58. Dentist’s group 60. Mutual savings bank
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Have an evacuation plan ready for an emergency. Decide where you will meet and rehearse multiple routes out of the house. Go over your plan at least once a month.
since you typically have an average of 3 minutes to escape your home after the alarm sounds, that 45 seconds is a big deal. If you have smoke alarms, but they are not interconnected you could replace them with units that are wirelessly interconnected to save you from having to run wires all through your house and still satisfy the code when your existing smoke alarms need to be replaced. Most people don’t know there are actually two different kinds of smoke alarms; ionisation and photoelectric. Ionisation alarms are great at detecting flaming fires, where photoelectric alarms are good at detecting smouldering fires. Which type should you have in your home? Both, but if you can only have one, ionisation is your best bet because 93% of home fires are flaming. Also, If your smoke alarm goes off a lot when you are cooking it is likely an ionisation type and you could replace it with a photoelectric type to reduce nuisance alarms. All fuel fired appliances produce carbon monoxide, and should be vented to the outside. Unlike smoke, carbon monoxide is an invisible, tasteless and odorless gas that is poisonous. Even when you are installing a fuel burning appliance that is designed for installation in your home, a carbon monoxide alarm is required (and if you have an attached garage). The carbon monoxide alarm must be installed within 15 feet of all bedroom doors (just like a smoke alarm). If you are wondering if your house has a carbon monoxide alarm the first place to check is your smoke alarm. If your smoke alarm is also a carbon monoxide alarm it will say so right on the outside of the unit. If you just have a smoke alarm you can either switch out the existing unit for a dual unit or you can also get a carbon monoxide alarm that plugs into an outlet. Either units are commonly available at all home improvement stores.
From the Archives Sussex Agricultural Museum One Lung Engines - A Revolution in Power Near the turn of the last century one lung engines became a viable form of power used on farms. When horsepower wasn’t enough or wasn’t available one lung engines were used to provide mechanical energy to farm tools. Everything from butter churns, draw saws, and water pumps could be connected to a one lung engine through belts, gears, and shafts. One lung engines, are also commonly known as ‘hit-and-miss’ engines because of how they ran. Unlike modern engines that run smooth and consistently, one lung engines only fired when the speed dropped below a certain point. The engine’s heavy flywheels keep the engine spinning between firing cycles. This resulted in a distinctive sound of “POP, whoosh, whoosh, whoosh, POP” while the engine was running. Backfires were common but for their time these engines were incredibly powerful. They could run gasoline, kerosene, or diesel. Some people would start the engine with gasoline and
switch to the cheaper kerosene or diesel once the engine was running. Amanco produced a 2½ HP engine that they called a “Hired Man”. Using one lung engines allowed farmers to accomplish more work in shorter periods of time. They ushered in a new era of how work was performed on a farm. In the 1930’s their popularity began to die
by Caleb Burns off as newer, lighter, more reliable engines began to hit the market. By the 1940’s production of one lung engines virtually ceased altogether. But, if you want to see one you can always visit the Sussex Agricultural Museum, they have a few tucked away with other treasures from the past. If you go during harvest days you might even get to hear one run. 0046
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This year cloggers will be gathering in Cornwall, PEI on Saturday, May 10 from 9:00am-5:00pm at the Howard Johnson Dutch Inn. Registration starts at 8:15am. Cuers will keep all those happy feet clogging at all times. It's wonderful to be able to see people from all parts of New Brunswick and PEI. We are a non profit group who love to dance and love spending the day with others who feel the same. Admission will be $27/person including Saturday all-day clogging, lunch, morning and pm breaks - money will be going towards rental of hall and charity! Please contact me if you have any questions at: email@example.com or by phone at 506-696-1844. 2674
FEBRUARY “PIC OF THE MONTH” Congratulations to Tim Brown, who submitted this “Close-up” themed photo of a bee on a flower to our “Pic of the Month” contest during the month of February. Tim has won a Movie Pass (for two, including popcorn & drink), compliments of Ossekeag Publishing. The theme for March submissions is - “Something Red”. No people or pets please. Happy shooting! 0037
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open. To register visit us online or come to one of our registration times taking place in the Ossekeag Room at the Hampton Community Centre: Saturday, March 15 from 10:00am-12:00noon and Tuesday, March 18 from 6:00-8:00pm Visit us at: kingscountylacrosse.com or email: info@KingsCountyLacrosse.com. 2658
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CARDS AT ST. FRANCIS The Sussex Valley Knights of Columbus’ Auction 45’s Card Parties are held on Wednesdays at St. Francis Xavier Hall starting at 7:00pm, with lunch and prizes. Look forward to seeing you! G023
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“GALE FORCE GIRLS” TAKE ON CHALLENGE We are excited to be taking on the Mud Hero 2014 challenge this year in honour and support of a very good friend and amazing young woman, wife and mother of two young children from Hampton who is valiantly fighting her own battle with cancer. We are pledging to raise at least $3,500 for this amazing cause and we are hoping that, with your help, we can meet and exceed this amount. All monies raised will go towards the Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute. BHCRI was created in 2009 to foster a more powerful and productive cancer research effort in Atlantic Canada, and they need our help. We have a number of ways in which
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you can support us and BHCRI: We will be holding a silent auction from March 27-30 via our Gale Force Girls Facebook page: facebook.com/GaleForceGirls. Be sure to “Like “ our page so you won’t miss out on a minute of this awesome auction; We are doing a penny drive; We are selling Gale Force Girls t-shirts (made by local company) for $16 with $4 from each t-shirt going directly towards our fundraising account; We have an official fundraising page where you can go to make a monetary donation: gifttool.com/ athon/OurTeamPage?ID=2100&AID=25 52&TID=17375 and click the name of the person you would like to support to see their personal fundraising page and make a donation; Beginning in April we will be holding an Epicure fundraiser. Thank you in advance for your generosity and helping us support BHCRI and
honour our very dear friend! The Gale Force Girls (Shelly, Melissa & Suzanne).
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CRISIS LINES AVAILABLE Crisis lines are available to victims of crime and the general public: Sexual Assault Crisis Line (call collect) 1-506454-0437 - an answering service will take your call and a crisis counselor will call you back; CHIMO - Inuit word for friendship open 24/7 everyday and holidays - listening and resources for all types of life problems - 1-800-6675005; Mobile Mental Health Crisis Line 1-888-811-3664. The Saint John Regional Hospital has a Sexual Assault Crisis Nurse on call 24/7. G63
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The Payne family would like to thank everyone for their support during our loss of Judy McLauglin. The cards, phone calls and words of comfort were greatly appreciated.
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Doris, Shirley, Jim, Frank, Edward, Valarie, Carmen and Families
Precious memories keep you close to us everyday.
80th Birthday Best wishes
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Muriel, Wayne, Mary Anne & Families
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Carl and Margaret Mercer (Mom and Dad) on your Wedding Anniversary.
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Earle Jeffrey March 14th, 2012 Seems so long, since you’ve been gone, but it’s only been 2 years. I remind myself of days gone by, And try so hard not to cry. Love you & miss you
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It’s our weekly Toonie 50/50 draw - play your number every week! The deadline to play is 2:00pm on Wednesdays and the winner will be announced on Thursdays at noon. To play - go to a Gold Rush location (Sobeys Fast Fuel, Star Lite Video, Connie’s Collectables, Sussex Rite Stop, Sobeys, Four Corners Irving, Circle K Main Street, Curves); fill out a card; put the ticket with your name address and phone number in the box along with your numbered toonie; keep the stub with your Gold Rush number. Proceeds from the Gold Rush 50/50 support the Sussex Vale Transition House. G118
SUSSEXVALE GOLDEN KIWANIS CLUB To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities. The Sussexvale Golden Kiwanis Club meets at the Sussex Kiwanis Nursing Home Heritage Room every Tuesday at 9:30am (except 3rd). Visitors and prospective members welcome. G117
LIONS BINGO - COLES ISLAND Bingo is held at the Coles Island Lions Hall (Route 10, Coles Island) every Wednesday evening. Doors open at 6:30, Bingo starts at 7:30pm. For more info call Elmer at 362-5534. G82
CARD PARTIES IN BERWICK Card Parties at the Millstream Rec Centre in Berwick every Tuesday at 1:30pm. Cost is only $3 and includes 50/50 and a light lunch – no membership needed. The only requirement is to plan to come and have a great time with friends & neighbours. Everyone welcome – young and the young at heart. G32
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To extend a helping hand to Veterans who are homeless or near homeless by promoting recovery oriented care and connecting them with vital human resources and social services. “A HAND UP not a HAND OUT”
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LEgIoNS Sussex RCL #20 66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex; 432-6699 Sundays - closed Bar Hours: Mondays & Tuesdays - 1:005:00pm, Wednesdays & Thursdays, Fridays - 1:00-10:00pm and Saturdays - 10:00am6:00pm Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. Wednesdays - Foot Clinic; Bingo - doors open at 6:00pm, Early Bird at 6:30pm and regular games at 7:00pm. Thursdays – Crib. Fridays – Singles Crib. Saturday, March 15 - 9:00am-2:00pm. Flea Market. Sunday, March 30 - 2:00-5:00pm, Zone #3 Vets & Friends at the Sussex Branch #20. Saturday, April 5 - 9:00am-2:00pm. Flea Market. Legion 50/50 – open to the public, drawn every Wednesday at 4:00pm. $3 to join, $2/week played; get your tickets at Toni’s Corner Grocery, Need’s Convenience, Superstore – Sussex, Star Lite Video and the Legion.
Havelock RCL #86 4684 Rte. 880, Havelock, 534-8285 Mondays: 1st Monday of the month Executive meeting, 2nd Monday - Regular meeting, 8:00pm. Wednesdays: 11:00am-1:00pm for seniors, all welcome; 8:00pm, Dart League. Thursdays – 7:00pm, Bingo. Sunday, March 30 - 2:00-5:00pm, Zone #3 Vets & Friends at the Sussex Branch #20. Petitcodiac RCL #41 18 Kay Street, 756-3383 Mondays - #639 F.P. MacLaren Air Cadets at 6:00pm. Wednesdays - meals at 12:00noon: March 12 - Salmon. Walking Club - 9:00-10:00am, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Monday, March 17 & 31 - Merry Makers 2. Tuesday, March 11 & 25 - Dinner at Kiwanis building. Saturday, March 15 - 9:00pm-1:00am, Petitcodiac Old Timers Dance. Friday, March 21 - Maritime Sports Hall of Fame 4-Wheeler draw.
Petitcodiac War Museum - call Cathy at 756-2068 to make arrangements to visit. Chairlift facility available. Hall rentals are free for fundraisers; $141.50 for receptions/private events. Phone the branch for more info.
Salisbury RCL #31 Wednesdays - Early Birds and 50/50 start at 6:30, Bingo at 7:00pm. Fridays -5:00-6:30pm, Friday Night Suppers, everyone is welcome. All proceeds from the legion go towards community events & activities. Come and support your community. 0013
PETITCODIAC SENIORS Petitcodiac Seniors 50+ members of NBSF (New Brunswick Seniors Federation) meet on the first Monday of each month at 2:00pm (except August) in the Kiwanis Building. Come join us even if you don’t feel like a senior. G019
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Mickey: Medium hair, black & white one year old male. He’s been neutered, vaccinated and parasites taken care of. Kimmie: Short hair tortie, 4 1/2 month old female. She’s been vaccinated and parasites taken care of. She will be spayed at the end of February. Sheriff: Short hair buff colored, 4 1/2 month old male. He’s been neutered, vaccinated and parasites taken care of. They all have great personalities, friendly and play well with the other felines. If interested in adopting any one or two of these three, please call the Sanctuary for an appointment at the number below. Adoption fee for cats in our care is $115 which includes:
Paws & Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: (506) 433-6756 PO Box 4816 Sussex, NB E4E 5L1
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SUSSEX TOASTMASTERS An Activity That Improves Your Leadership And Public Speaking Skills: try something new this season and visit Sussex Toastmasters, a club where you “learnby-doing” and where men and women hone their leadership and speaking skills in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. There is no instructor in a toastmasters club; instead, members conduct the meetings. A typical meeting is broken into three areas: 1. Prepared speeches, where members work in a communication program manual that has a series of 10 speaking assignments designed to instill a basic foundation in public speaking. 2. Evaluations, which are the cornerstone of Toastmasters and afford the speaker immediate feedback on what members liked and identifies areas for improvement. 3. Impromptu talks or “thinking on your feet” where a member responds to various topics. Toastmaster members have the opportunity to serve as officers in various leadership roles and learn parliamentary procedure. Best of all, in Toastmasters, you can go at your own pace. Meetings are held every other Wednesday evening
at 7:00pm at the Sussex Middle School library. For more information call Faith McMillan at 433-5227 or check out our website at: 5386.toastmastersclubs.org. G31
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OUTREACH IN SUSSEX Some Warning Signs of Domestic Violence: Does your partner ever hurt you in any way? Does your partner break objects when angry? Does your partner threaten to hurt you, your family or pets? Does your partner force you to have sex when you don’t want to? Does your partner put you down or criticize you? Is your partner overly jealous? Does your partner decide what you do and where you go? Does your partner take control of all of the money? Does your partner humiliate you in front of people? - these are just some common signs of abuse, there are many others. If you suspect that you are being abused or just need to talk call, Community Domestic Violence Outreach Services 433-6579 G100
GREATER FUNDY GROUND SEARCH & RESCUE The Greater Fundy Ground Search & Rescue is a volunteer/non-profit organization funded through community support, meeting every first & third Wednesday from 7:00-9:00pm at the Sussex Senior’s Building on Perry Street in Sussex. If you are interested in serving your community, love the outdoors and enjoy the company of like-minded people then this ad should be calling your name. Our mandate is to locate and rescue lost persons. We work closely with the RCMP and also assist them on evidence searches. Answering the call - Search and Rescue volunteers play an important role in helping individuals, families and communities, often during difficult and sensitive situations. Those considering membership in GFGSR must be compassionate, empathetic, sensitive, non-judgemental, levelheaded, team oriented, safety conscious, tactful and able to deal with difficult situations. We can be reached at: grgsar. websitesofcanada.com/feeedback.aspx. G87
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SUSSEX VALE QUILTERS’ GUILD
CARD PARTIES – LOWER MILLSTREAM
GRANT TO HERE WE GROW YOUTH CENTER
Sussex Vale Quilters' Guild meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month (September to June) commencing at 1:00pm at the St. John’s United Church Hall, 3 Needle Street, Sussex Corner. The Guild also meets in the evening every second and fourth Monday at St. John’s Church Hall starting at 7:00pm New members are always welcome, if you are interested in learning to quilt, please call Gail Fearon at 433-4400 or Marilyn Wynn at 433-3928. G029
Auction 45s Card Party will are held every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm in the Lower Millstream Hall (Rte 880/875). Cost to play is $4/person and includes a 50/50 ticket and lunch. Come, bring your friends and have a fun evening. G80
UPHAM BREAKFAST BUFFET
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Petitcodiac MLA Sherry Wilson recently presented a $1000 grant to Here We Grow Youth Center after school program in Salisbury. Here We Grow’s director, Jennifer Edgett, applied for the grant being offered through Health Canada to increase physical activity in school aged children. The grant money is being used to start a Geocaching Club within the after school program and the community. Here We Grow Youth Center opened in August 2013 and is located in Salisbury Middle/JMA Armstrong High School, providing full day and after school care to children ages 5-13 years old. For more information, please, contact Jennifer at 372-9459. 2659
Breakfast will be held the second Saturday of each month 7:30-10:00am 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 - or have just toast & coffee for $2. Sponsored by the Anglican Parish Churches of Upham. For more information contact 832-7463 or 832-1851. G33
WATERFORD CARD PARTIES There is a card party in Waterford every Thursday at 1:30pm. G021
The Kings County ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Social Group meets every other Wednesday from 6:15-7:15pm at the Nauwigewauk Community Centre. Great hall, great families, great fun! All are welcome and there is no charge to attend. For more information please phone Wendy at 832-8894, email: musictoheal@ hotmail.com or visit our Facebook page – Kings County ASD Social Group. G098
SALISBURY GOLDEN AGE CLUB The Salisbury Golden Age Club meets on the 1st & 3rd 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. G025
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up, up & Away by ellen tucker River Cruise Line Differences – Be Careful: River cruises in Europe are so popular that the prime dates in September and October sell out almost a year in advance. So why are they so popular? I can sum it up in one word, “comfort”. Without question, the ease of leisurely sailing to many of the iconic cities of Europe, through inspiring scenery whilst enjoying delicious cuisine of the region in luxurious accommodations is the major factor. All that along with the fact the long ship carry only 120 to about 180 passengers. There are no crowds, no long buffet lines, it’s all easy. Each stop brings you into a city or town and there are informative excursions offered to allow you to become familiar with the history and culture of each place. And guess what, these excursions are free! It’s good to do an excursion in the morning, become familiar with the lay of the land and then go exploring on your own in the afternoon. All the river cruise lines are good but there are differences of which you should be aware before you choose the one for you. It’s not as easy as just comparing
the pricing, because what’s included varies. When you use the counsel of a professional travel consultant who is familiar with all the lines, that consultant can sum up the pros and cons of each. You can then make an informed decision as to what one is right for you. Some lines include everything, all beverages, all gratuities both to local tour guides and the shipboard gratuities. Some even include unique dining experiences on land like one with a Prince at his castle on Tauck. Some lines are focused on great cuisine and even include lunch at the restaurant of renowned chef, Paul Bocuse in Lyon like A-Rosa. Lunch at this Michelin 3 star restaurant would set you back at least $300 per person and it’s included. The other factor to consider is the size of the rooms onboard. Some are much smaller than others, but I will say they are all very comfortable and well-designed. As to what to choose for cabin position on the ship, it depends on you. The least expensive cabins are on the lowest deck and sometime when ballast is added to
lower the ship for going under bridges, part of the window may actually be underwater. If that is not a bother to you, then those rooms are fine. Remember you spend very little time in the room, you’ll be outside as much as possible watching the scenery and enjoying the company of fellow guests. Another consideration is the layout of the ship. If you like al fresco dining, make sure you chose a line that offers it. Otherwise all your meals must be taken inside. If you like to have the use of bicycles so you can go on guided cycling excursions or even explore on your own, make sure the line you choose offers complimentary bicycles. I’ve only touched on some of the differences, so before you make that big decision make sure you have all the facts. Happy travelling, Ellen Tucker 0043
Ellen Tucker is the owner and president of Freedom Tours. She has over twenty years experience in the travel industry. You can also listen to Ellen talk about travel on CBC 91.3 fm
Marley Davis Registered Massage Therapist MARCH SPECIAL 60 minute massage $60 plus tax included Call (506) 433-0469
Tracy Cromwell Aesthetican - 14 years experience SKIN CARE BY PEVONIA Facials, Manicures, Pedicures,Shellac, Gel Nails & NEW Stand-up tanning booth
Call (506) 512-0162 To book online at www.schedulicity.com 14 Queen St., Sussex Find us on
March 11th - March 24th, 2014
LIONS SUPPORT LOCAL GROUPS At a recent fundraising dinner for the Jordan LifeCare Centre, the Salisbury Lions Club made a donation of $1000.
SUSSEX CROKINOLE CLUB
The Salisbury Lions Club also recently donated $500 to the Helping Hands Food Bank in Salisbury. 2651
The Sussex Crokinole Club meets on Wednesdays at the Masonic Hall (482 Main Street, Sussex), starting at 2:00pm. Boards are supplied. Crokinole is open to the public and new players are always welcome. G109
PETITCODIAC KIWANIS CLUB The Kiwanis Club of Petitcodiac meets every other Tuesday, 6:30pm at the Kiwanis Community Centre. Join the fun and our mission of serving the children of the world. Visitors always welcome. For more information call John 7562011 or Dan 756-1084. G027
TEEN PLANET PROGRAM
L-R: King Lion Ross Alexander; Elaine Ramsey, Chair, Jordan LifeCare Board of Directors; and Marlene Saunders, Vice-chair, Jordan LifeCare Centre Foundation.
CBDC Kings is pleased to host for the business community:
Cash Flow Management: Budgeting & Forecasting Wednesday, March 19, 2014, 6-9pm and
Accounts Receivables: Managing & Collecting Monday, March 24, 2014, 6-9pm Location: Amsterdam Inn & Suites, Sussex Cost: $30/participant (HST included) per session Light refreshments provided
Teen Planet at the Potash Corp Civic Centre on Fridays from 5:00-9:00pm for ages 12-18 (grades 7-12) with swimming, fitness room and walking track. All for $2. G026
Your choice All Caravans CVP & Journeys CVP Starting at
Facilitated by NuFocus Strategic Group. Register today! For more information contact:
*see dealer for details
CHRYSLER DODGE RAM JEEP • 40 LEONARD DRIVE, SUSSEX
506-433-1890 • 1 (877) 677-9574
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SUSSEX VALLEY ALLTERRAIN CLUB Snow Snow Go Away the ATV Club Wants Out to Play! Spring is just around the corner and the club is getting geared up for another great season. 2014 Trail passes and club memberships are now available at Jone’s General Store (Apohaqui), Car Quest (Sussex), Green Diamond Equipment (Sussex), Adair’s Wilderness Lodge (Waterford), Powerstore (Saint John) or from club members. Passes, available in three-season or four-season, are valid across New Brunswick. Please remember to have your registration and to support our local club by identifying Zone 34. We will be holding our first club gathering Sunday, March 16 with a potluck at the Roachville Hall starting at 4:00pm. Bring your favorite dish and a friend, all are welcome. We are anticipating our trails to be in decent shape this year, although we will have some washouts and regular maintenance to be done as soon as the snow melts. Our first major club run will be the much anticipated President's Run on May 17. This has proven to be a favorite over the years with a great turn-out of
bikes, prizes, food and lots of biking! Hope to see you on the trails again this year. We would like to congratulate the winners of our ATV Draw in December. The winner of the 2013 Kawasaki 650 Bruteforce was Allan Perry of Hampton, second prize went to Paul Murray of Penobsquis and third to Mary Isaacs of Sussex. Many thanks to Bill Brown of
Weekend in New York City Easter: April 18-22, 2014 Thanksgiving: Oct 10-14, 2014 Coming Soon - New Year’s Eve
Price pp, CAD: Quad $399 Triple $450 Double $550
Price Includes: • Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation from Saint John • Two nights with Breakfast in Portland, ME • Two nights with Breakfast in New Jersey • Tour Director from Freedom Travel • Return Daily Transportation from the Hotel to New York City
Kawasaki Canada and Norm Butler of The Power Store. Volunteers are always appreciated, many hands make light work. If you can help in any way, time, equipment, supplies, etc please contact us at contact@ sussexvalleyatv.com. More information on our club & events can be found at sussexvalleyatv.com. Ride Safe! 2638
Have you considered starting your own business? Attend a free information session to find out more about available government programs that can help you get started. When: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am Where: 27 Centennial Road, Hampton (Hampton Municipal Building, Conference Suite 1)
For more information, please call Jill: 832-6207
Barber Shop Welcomes Peggy Barton Peggy is looking forward to seeing her past customers and welcomes everyone to stop in and see her.
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Newﬁe Time Saturday - April 26th
Salisbury Legion $20/per person, from 5 - 12
DINNER ENTERTAINMENT DANCE Hosted by
Ben & Ed “da Boys”
Tickets available at the Flower Shop
ONLY 150 to be sold! Available until April 12th
Lots of fun to be had
All proceeds will go to the Salisbury Caring Centre / Food Bank March 11th - March 24th, 2014
WIN A WEEKEND GETAWAY FOR YOUR MOM
Tell us about your Mother for a chance to win a weekend getaway for your mom at Hampton Inn & Suites and dinner for two at East Side Marios!
Send in your most heartwarming story about your Mom in 250 words or less and a photo by April 14th at 5:00
The winning story & some runner-ups will be featured in our publications on April 29th and May 6th. Send your stories to: email@example.com Make sure your submission includes, your name & phone number, and your mom’s name. Contest rules: All submissions must be received by April 14th, 5:00pm. Ossekeag employees, contest sponsors, and their direct relations are not eligible for entry. Submission of stories authorizes Ossekeag Publishing the right to print your story and included photo in any of our four publications – The Tides, Valley Viewer, Hampton Herald and Sussex Herald, website and Facebook group and any other media channel that Ossekeag Publishing chooses to employ.
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“Your Community Connection ”
MuSINgS by Debbie Hickey PRIVACY? There is lots of discussion, articles written and conversation around the massive “sharing” of ourselves that is happening more and more as we live in virtual worlds of Facebook, text messaging, tweets, Pinterest and on and on and on. I personally have no particular desire to be that attached to any electronic device, nor do I feel a need to know how often you have been to the bathroom or how many times your kid threw up. To the contrary, it disturbs me to see so many people engaged with their devices and ignoring the people beside them. Do they really feel the need to be that “in the know” about their friends’ lives? But then I realized, we may have thought we had considerable privacy in our lives in the old days of B.E. (Before Electronics), but did we really? I recall one lovely blue-sky summer day when I had a car pull into my driveway to ask me a strange question. . . “Do you mind if I take some photos of your clothes on the line?” Turns out this individual was taking a photography course, so sure, no problem. But when you think about it, you can learn a lot about someone from their clothesline. Married (or at least cohabitating), kids (including gender and approximate ages), work (office attire or jeans), sports played, favourite colours, how often you shower (how many towels). And don’t even let yourself consider what can be gleaned from the nightwear you display (pj’s or nighties, flannel or sheer, NOTHING!). All that just from your clothesline.
Then there was the infamous “party line”. For those who missed that, there were numerous families who shared one phone line, although each had a distinct “ring”. Think of it as extensions of your landline, but each extension was in a different house and had its own ringtone. And like any household extension, anyone who picked up another phone while you are engaged in a “private” conversation could listen in to your conversation undetected. Or at least until the dog barked or a door slammed when the kids came in from playing outdoors (yeah, we did that then). It appears privacy was actually more illusion than reality. Like drawing the curtain, but the room lights are blazing and anyone on the street can see right in. Perhaps the real difference is not that we have less privacy than in my long ago youth, but just that today people simply don’t bother drawing the curtain. “A new father quickly learns that his child invariably comes to the bathroom at precisely the times when he's in there, as if he needed company. The only way for this father to be certain of bathroom privacy is to shave at the gas station.” ~ Bill Cosby. 0002
Debbie Hickey is the owner & president of Ossekeag Publishing. She is passionate about Ossekeag’s mission to connect communities and people.
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March 11th - March 24th, 2014
CoMMuNITy CLASSIFIEDS FOR RENT KODIAC PLACE - 1 Bedroom apartment. Seniors building - 60yrs and up. No Smoking/Pets. Large common room. Grocery delivery. Secure building. Inbuilding mail. Close to all amenities. Call Beverly at 860-0338. NOTICES LADIES AQUA FITNESS CLASSES - Belleisle Community Pool, starting Tuesday March 18th 7-8pm. Cost is $50 for 10 sessions. Call Karen at 485-2771 or Jeanette at 839-2696. Fun & Fitness for all ages. OTHER INDOOR FLEA MARKET at St. John’s United Church Hall, Sussex Corner, 9am-5pm March 29th. Table Rentals $10 Call Marcia at 506-534-1800 or Kailah 506-839-2980.
Windows, Doors, Siding, Complete Interior & Exterior Renovations, Garages, Decks, Sunrooms,Ceramic Tiles & Painting
25 Years Experience FREE ESTIMATES References Available.
432-9585 or 434-5046
Commercial and Residential Carpet Cleaning 506-433-5175
EXTERIOR BUILDING PRODUCTS
SERVICES OFFERED MARITIME RIGGING - “Traction Chains,” wire rope, chain rope and accessories for marine, forestry, construction and industrial applications. Action Car & Truck Accessories dealer. Days/evenings 832-1198. JEN-CAL HOME Improvements specializing in siding, windows, doors, roofs, decks, drywalling, painting and hardwood flooring. Phone 506-433-6972. MOBILE HAIR STYLIST, perms, cuts, etc. Will come to your home. Call 432-7620. VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY & REFINISHING - Craftsmanship. RV’s, boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870. DAVE’S LIGHT TRUCKING & Cleaning Service, junk, garbage, construction & roofing materials, demolition, brush, trees, decks, small moving jobs. 7 days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles. 8323982 or 653-0026.
CARD READINGS BY DONNA Regular playing cards with 100 year old chart, also Angel cards. Contact for prices: i.e. Individual, party, group, or phone. 506849-0550 or angelcardreader2@gmail. com. WATKINS: To place an order, become a rep or book a party, call Amy Brown at (506)756-2774. Rep ID #398561.www. jrwatkins.com. DO YOU NEED YARDWORK done? Call JD’s Yardman at 434-5843. We do general yard maintenance, snow removal, salting, sanding, and odd jobs. ADDED TOUCH DOG GROOMING - Licensed groomer, 14 years experience. Now taking new clients (new staff added). Location: Corn Hill. 756-2880. WANTED PRIVATE COLLECTOR: NEED COINS & PAPER MONEY. Canadian, Newfoundland and USA. Old coins and paper money. Will buy entire collections. Call 636-0748.
BuSINESS Who’S Who Sussex Laundromat
SELF-STORAGE SPACES NORTON AREA
Contact Doug Hall 839-2241 or 433-0103 firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 24 hours 7 days New 14 Washers & 14 Dryers Wash and Fold Available
27 Broad St. Sussex
OVERHEAD DOORS Henderson Overhead Doors Sales & Service of Overhead Doors & Operators
3331 Rte 710, Henderson Settlement
(506) 485-2151 Fax: (506) 485-2151
HEATING SPECIALIST Cooke’s Heating Service Ltd. 433-2121 We service and install:
• Oil, Wood, Electric Furnaces • Chimneys & Stainless Steel Liners • Oil Tanks • Oil, Electric & Wood Boilers
We are W.E.T.T. Certified
Your fully licensed & insured heating technicians
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PLUMBING & HEATING GODDARD’S PLUMBING & HEATING Sales/Repairs/Heat/Well Pumps UV Lights & Water Conditioners Certiﬁed in-ﬂoor Radiant Heating Back Flow Prevention Tester Phone 432-5199 Fax 432-6475 Bob 433-0583 Dion 434-2622
WINDOWS & DOORS
WINDOW SUPPLY INC. YOUR SUPPLIER OF: WINDOWS • DOORS • GARDEN & PATIO DOORS VINYL SIDING & ACCESSORIES • SKYLIGHTS LOCKSETS & HARDWARE
6 Market Street, Quispamsis 849-2247
AT youR SERVICE Camerons Tree Removal You Call, I Cut! “Professionally” From 1 tree to many.
Dr. Che Yi MSC CMD Trained Acupuncturist from China MSC in Medical Science from Canada 35 Years of Experience • Chronic Pain • Soft Tissue Injury • Nerve-Hormone Disorder etc. Covered by most Health Plans No Referral Necessary
• Insured • Free Estimates Neil Cameron Home: (506) 433-4750
5 Moffett Avenue, Sussex, NB Toll Free 1-866-652-9729 • Cell 333-4195
Cell: (506) 433-0021
CALL C.K. ADHESIVES Services Offered Include: · Repairs with liquid rubber/epoxy injection · Drain tile repair/replacement · Internal drain tile systems · Repairs to block foundations · Membrane water prooﬁng · Complete excavation services · Video inspection FREE · Environmentally friendly ESTIMATES! 30+ Years
WHEN YOU NEED US... WE’LL BE THERE!
Chinese Acupuncture ‘tune up’ your body
Blaine Campbell of Experience Phone: (506) 832-5071 Email: email@example.com
Your one stop shop for all your Computer Service Needs. Check us out on Facebook for specials and other news!
COINS & COLLECTABLES We buy and sell gold and silver coins, gold and silver jewelry and also buy and sell sports cards.
569 Main Street, Sussex NB
Need Mortgage Advice? Melissa Cummings-Keith
Megan Kevin Hamilton Crealock 82 Marr Rd. Rothesay 849-4040
Mobile Mortgage Specialist
John Klassen 577 Main St. Sussex 944-4040
Full Service Year Round Personal Tax Business Service Centre
Ann LaFrance General Manager
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