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Continued from last issue… One of the main priorities of the Green Party is to improve democracy. When asked about whether they believe, as some New Brunswickers do, that politicians frequently go back on their word, all three agreed. Ms. McAllister thought that politicians should be more careful when making promises and, if they can’t keep one, come clean and explain what happened. Promises, she notes, are easy to make but harder to put into practice. She also advocated for more town halls, which increase voter engagement and transparency. Mr. Sabine said that we need a system to hold politicians accountable, as he does not feel like an adequate system exists. They also were well aware of a question they’ve said has been on many people’s minds, “why Green?” They argue that the Green Party would be different than the others. Ms. McAllister points to the Green Party principles and platform, which are well-developed and informative. She claims that the party and especially David Coon, are in touch with not only the people, but with their other party members in a way no other party is. All candidates brought attention to the party policy of not having whipped votes, where party members are required to vote with the party. Ms. Merritt-Gray said that if her constituents disagreed with what the party was proposing, she wouldn’t vote with her party, which is how she thinks democracy should work. Mr. Sabine says that he’s in it to make a change, not for the money. He’s even pledged, if elected, to give half of any money he would receive to notfor-profit charities. He says, “You know when you vote Liberal and Conservative,
[you know] what you’re getting… if you vote Green and it’s the same thing, what are you out?” Finally, all three candidates made clear that they thought the politicians from the other parties were good people with good intentions, but since, according to them, other parties make their politicians vote with the party, they claim those politicians are limited in how much they can actually help. Both Ann McAllister and John Sabine thought they’d be blue crayons. To Mr. Sabine, blue represents a medium colour, one that doesn’t stand out, but one he finds relaxing, especially in the blue skies and water. He often wears blue and has had several blue cars. To Ms. McAllister, blue stands for harmony, collaboration, and being a team player. Marilyn Merritt-Gray chose a green crayon, saying that it’s the colour of the natural world, of spring, and of the land. Their advice: vote. In Mr. Sabine’s riding, 41% of people didn’t vote in the last provincial election. That means that only about half the population is actually being represented. As the title (which is an ABBA reference) suggests, the Green party wants voters to take a leap of faith and try something new. They want you to take a chance on Green. 0011
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Saturday, May 26 Spring Horse Show Westmorland County Agricultural Fair, Spring FUNdraiser Weekend. 9:00am at the Fairgrounds, $5/person. For entry forms or more info please contact Chelsey Hicks, 380-7377. Annual Havelock Lions Club Auction at the Havelock Memorial Hall. Viewing at 6:00pm, Auction at 7:00pm. Info: Mort Mills, 534-2502 or Ward Corey, 534-2426. All donations appreciated. The Kings County Historical Society meeting at the Belleisle Creek Hall at 2:00pm. The hall is located at the junction of routes 870 and 875. Jessica Byers speaking on the art of butter making. Church Supper First North River Christian Education Centre, 374 Wheaton Settlement Road, Wheaton Settlement from 4:00-6:00pm. $10/ adult, $5/children under 12. Info; 7563755. Ham, potato scallop & beans. Perennial Plant Sale, Yard Sale & Bake Sale Anglican Church Hall, Apohaqui.
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Sunday, May 27 Walk for Cystic Fibrosis Rockwood Park, registration 12:00noon, walk at 1:10pm. For info go to atlanticwalk@ cysticfibrosis.ca. Lunch, music and fun. Help make Cystic Fibrosis History. Bob Burgess & Friends Country Music Show 2:00pm at All Seasons Inn Banquet Room. $10/person, at the door. Haley McMillan, Anna Marie Burke, Mel & Mike & Southern Comfort and The Instigators. Sussex Choral Society Annual Spring Concert 7:30pm, St. Francis Xavier Church. Tickets $15, available at Backstage Music, Winterwood Food Store, and at the door. Guest soloists & small ensembles. Monday, May 28 Nature Sussex 7:00pm St. Mark's Anglican Church hall, 4 Needle Street
Sussex Corner, with presentation on Ticks and Lyme Disease by Dr. Vett Lloyd, Biology Professor, Mount Allison University.
Wednesday, May 30 Golden Years Fellowship Age 55+ 10:30am-1:00pm, Penobsquis Baptist Church. Special speaker; Betty Kennett, The garden lady. BBQ with ice cream sundaes. Invite a friend. Free Will offering. Games. June 1 & 2 Yard Sale Sussex Lions Villa, 1172 Post Road. Friday from 9:00am-2:00pm and Saturday from 9:00am-12:00noon. Saturday, June 2 Annual Spring Breakfast supporting Cornhill Community Hall 7:00-9:00am (while quantities last) 1205 Baseline Road Cornhill. $8/adults, $5/children. Women's Institute with Sale Table. Fashion Show and Sale at Belleisle Community Centre, Springfield 1:00pm. Admission $10, Fashions by
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We, the family of Elizabeth Anne (Drummond) Jardine, extend our sincere thanks for the expressions of sympathy, flowers, memorial donations, cards, messages, visits to the funeral home and for attendance at the service. Thank you to Rev. Canon David Barrett for the lovely service. Thank you also to George Urquhart, soloist, and Andrew Hopper, organist, for their much appreciated participation. To the staff of Reid’s Funeral Home, your guidance and caring were greatly appreciated. Also, a special thank you to her cousins and friend for acting as pallbearers. In lieu of thank you cards, a donation in Elizabeth’s memory will be made to St. Peter’s Anglican Cemetery, Upham, NB.
Burial will take place at St. Peter’s Cemetery, Upham, on Saturday, June 2 at 11:00am.
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Alia n Tanja. Lunch provided. Advance tickets call Joyce, 485-2491. Sponsored by Kings Kirk United Church. Annual Spring Tea at the Kingston Parish Hall from 11:30am-1:30pm. Cost is $8/person. Tea, Coffee, Sandwiches and Sweets will be served. Sponsored by the Anglican Parish of Kingston. Havelock Lions Pancake Supper from 4:00-6:00pm at Havelock Memorial Hall. $8/adults and $4/children. Pancakes, beans & sausage. Plant And Yard Sale at the Belleisle Creek Hall, Route 870, Belleisle Creek 9:00am-1:00pm. Canteen available. Table rental $10 call 485-2649. Sponsored by St. Simon & St. Jude’s ACW. Breakfast at The Centre hosted by Saint John’s United Church Men’s Group, 3 Needle Street, Sussex Corner from 7:0010:00am. $7/person, take out available. Bacon, eggs, home fries, toast, juice, etc. Plant Sale at St. Paul’s United Church in Sussex from 9:00am-12:30pm. Free admission.
Sunday, June 3 Music Night Sussex Baptist at 7:00pm. Guests are Alexis McDermott & Chris Kyle, Lauren McDermott & Al Smith, St. Paul’s Choir, Al Smith, Leon & Audrey Daigle. Freewill offering to Kiwanis Nursing Home. Roast Beef Supper Markhamville Hall from 3:30-6:00pm. Hawaiian Wedding Cake for dessert. $12/person. Tuesday, June 5 100 Women Who Care of KC St. Francis Xavier Church Hall, Church Avenue, Sussex. Registration 6:30pm meeting at 7:00pm. Any women interested in being part of this charitable group are welcome. Friday, June 8 Community Lunch & Movie Matinee 11:00am-1:00pm Movie Matinee at 1:00pm featuring Maudie. Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 2 Hammond River Road, Quispamsis. Free will offering for mission. 847-0850.
Saturday, June 9 NB Paddlers Fishing Series event hosted by the HRAA from 6:00am3:00pm. Register at nbpaddlers. com, $30/non members, $20/HRAA members. Hammond River Angling Association building. Sunday, June 10 Annual Cemetery Memorial Service & Fundraiser Bloomfield Baptist Church (formerly Central Norton) 3:00pm. Light refreshments to follow. Info: Cemetery Committee, 832-7331 or BB Church, 832-4757 (leave message). Monday, June 11 Memory Cafe (Alzheimer Society NB) Midland Baptist Church, 4 Upper Midland Road 11:00am-1:00pm. Provides support, entertainment, socialization, and light snack. Contact: Alden Crain, 567-1561, crainalden@ gmail.com.
It all began in 1938! 80 years ago, Derrell “Dutchie” Ernst opened his very own barber shop called Dutchies. Over the years there have been many updates and changes to the barber shop called Dutchies, but one thing that was NEVER changed is the love we all have for hair. On behalf of the staff at Dutchies, we would like to take this entire year and celebrate with lots of promos and specials! 80 years later, we are still here and still promoting and supporting the name Dutchies. We want to send out a huge Thank You to all of our clients who continue to support Dutchies and to all new clients who take the time to come in and meet us! *Come in and join us for our Open House with CJCW live remote on site on May 25th from 11:00am - 2:00pm with a cake to celebrate our 80th Anniversary.
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APOHAQUI NEWS With the arrival of warmer weather, it is time to look at a very successful past year, and to look forward to another active year. The executive of the Apohaqui Lower Millstream Recreation Council take this opportunity to thank the directors for a full year of productive service. At this year's annual Recreation Council meeting, held on Thursday, May 3 thanks and appreciation are expressed to two new directors and to all who attended. This year's Annual Roast Beef Dinner on April 29, was well attended. Thanks to all Council members and community volunteers who work tirelessly to make these events a success. An appreciative word of thanks is extended to Eleanor Kaye, winner of the 50/50 draw, who returned her winnings. The Apohaqui Lower Millstream Recreation Council would like to encourage everyone to assist in our efforts for a Roadside Cleanup 2018. We ask each household to clean the roadside ditches near and around their property, using a Clear bag, and ask that the filled clear bag be placed for regular garbage pickup, on or before Thursday, May 31. We thank the Regional 8 Commission for providing garbage bags, making this effort possible. Note a reminder for the Kennebecasis River Run, scheduled for Saturday, June 2 ( Rain date, Sunday, June 3). Get canoes, kayaks ready for a great day on the Kennebecasis, launching from behind Sobeys in Sussex at 9:30am. A barbeque, sponsored by the Apohaqui Lower Millstream Recreation Council, will follow. Participants must pre-register by Tuesday, May 29 by contacting Anita Corbett at 433-5460 or email - corbettr@nbnet. nb.ca to register and get details. Canada Day, held Sunday, July 1 at Jones Memorial Park, Apohaqui is in the planning stages, with this year's theme, being "Hats off to Canada". The entire day is filled with activities and entertainment for all ages. Watch for further details, as the date draws closer. 4971
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Join us on Sunday, May 27 at Rockwood Park in Saint John for the 2018 Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History. The Walk is Cystic Fibrosis Canada’s largest fundraising event, held every May during Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. This year’s Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History opening ceremony will begin at 1:00pm followed by a 3 km walk in the park. After the walk, participants will enjoy a light lunch, live music, and children’s activities followed by a closing ceremony at 2:30pm. Participants of the Walk are raising funds for vital cystic fibrosis (CF) research, care and advocacy initiatives funded by Cystic Fibrosis Canada to help people with CF live longer, healthier lives. Register, fundraise or donate to the Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada 4969 today at cysticfibrosis.ca/walk.
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TENDING TO MY PATCH SPRING LAWN CARE TIPS Raking will be your first task of spring lawn care! The raking will control thatch and clean up winter debris too. As you survey your lawn in spring, see if there are any matted patches, in which the grass blades are all stuck together. This can be caused by a disease known as snow mold. New grass may have difficulty penetrating these matted patches. But raking should be sufficient to solve this problem. Just when you should perform any of these spring lawn care tasks will depend upon the climate of your own region. For instance, when you're pretty sure the snow season is over in your region, begin raking. Liming: A soil sample will give you the accurate levels of soil fertility and nutrient levels from random representative samples that are taken. It’s easy- do it yourself or have it done by a professional. Want more information on soil sampling? Call 432-1824. The most frequently asked question regarding lawns: presence of moss in my lawn. What should I do? Moss is an indication of acid PH in the
affected area, but grass likes a neutral pH. You can solve this problem by liming your soil at the recommended rate provided by soil test. In southern NB liming each year will not hurt. Overseeding: Is your lawn riddled with bare patches due to dog spots, heavy traffic or neglect? If so, you may need to apply grass seed to fill in those bare patches. This solution is known as overseeding. Rake the area of all dead debris and remove, and then apply seed. Fertilizing: Depending on newly seeded or established lawns will determine the type and numbers on a chemical/manmade fertilizer. Many fertilizer companies provide a schedule for fertilizing lawns. Your lawn has survived another NB winter and is looking good: fertilize organically by using compost and mulching mowers. Grass clippings from your mulching mowers are a great source of nutrients for your lawn. Pests & Bugs: Try using natural insect controls and eco friendly green products
for your lawn. Biological Control uses beneficial living organisms to control other pests and insects. Many types of Beneficial Nematodes are available for application through a hose end sprayer. Grubs: They are the larval stage of June Bugs, Japanese Beetles & European Chafer. By applying these living organisms they hunt down and kill the grubs. Application is dependent on temperature. Other types available can be used for weevils and sod webworm. For more information please contact us. 0034 Edited for space, see full article at ossekeag.ca.
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June is dairy month, a time to appreciate and celebrate the hard-working people who spend countless hours working to provide milk. Since I live on a dairy farm, I have witnessed firsthand the amount of dedication it takes to be a farmer (and decided that being a farmer just isn’t for me). Dairy farming, like most other agricultural enterprises, is not for the faint of heart. It involves long hours, with farmers waking up very early and not getting back to bed until quite late at night. Dairy farmers don’t get weekends, or get to sleep in, and they can’t just “call in sick” either. The cows need to be taken care of all 365 days of the year, whether the farmer feels
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like it or not. Dairy farmers have a lot to get done, and that’s before they suddenly realize that something isn’t working right, or that a new calf has been born. In fact, farmers don’t get excited for official holidays as much as the rest of us, because all the stores are closed. Closed stores means you can’t buy extra feed or spare parts, and machines have a tendency of breaking just when you need them the most. This ends up making the days that for most of us are relaxing, stressful for farmers. But it’s all worth it in the end, whether that reward is the satisfaction of a job well done, or just because cows are so cute! The dairy industry is a massive
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LEGIONS SUSSEX RCL #20 66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex; 432-6699 Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9:00am4:00pm. Bar Hours: Monday - closed; Tuesday 12:00 noon-5:00 pm; Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 12:00 noon-10:00 pm; Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm (exception of special events). Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. 1st Tuesday each month - Executive meeting at 6:30pm, General Meeting at 7:00 pm (September-June). Wednesdays - Weekly 50/50 Legion Lottery draw (open to public, tickets available at Superstore, Toni's Grocery, Needs Convenience, Star Lite Video, and the Sussex Legion); Bingo - Early bird 6:30 pm, regular 7:00 pm (open to public). Thursdays - 8:00 pm, Crib (doubles). Fridays - Chase the Ace, tickets $5 for 3, ticket sales only from 5:00-7:00pm, draw at 7:15pm, must be present to win; 7:30pm, Crib (singles). Sunday, May 27 - Vets & Friends At Norton Legion Branch #76, 2:00pm. HAVELOCK RCL #86 4684 Rte. 880, Havelock, 534-8285 2nd Monday of each month - Regular meeting at 8:00pm. 2nd Saturday of each month - Breakfast of eggs, bacon, ham or sausage, toast, home fries, juice, tea or coffee. 7:30-10:00am, $8/adults, $5/kids under 10. Tuesdays - 7:30 pm Drop in crib $4/ person. Wednesdays - 11:00 am-2:00 pm, Seniors’ bingo, games & light lunch ($5/person). 8:00pm - Darts.
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Thursdays - 7:00pm, Bingo. 7:00 pm 200 cards open league, $5. Prize money paid each night. Fridays - Chase the Ace 6:00-8:00 pm, draw at 8:15pm. Darts for meat, pay per round, 7:30pm. Saturday, June 16 - Show and Shine featuring the Sussex Asphalt Angels and local cars. 1:00-4:00pm. Rentals call; Betty Maxwell, 233-1372; Heather McLong, 534-2237; Eddie Vaughan, 756-0707. Like us on Facebook at Havelock Legion Members and Friends.
PETITCODIAC RCL #41 18 Kay Street, 756-3383 Mondays - F. P. MacLaren Air Cadets, #639, is at 6:00pm. For information on Cadets, please contact - C O Jason Forester 850-9276; Phillip Candy 433-6450. Wednesdays - Dominoes 7:00pm. Fridays - Darts for Meat 7:30pm, Blind Doubles, $2/per round. Fridays - Chase the Ace. Tickets sold from 6:30-8:00pm. Ticket draw at 8:15pm sharp. 50/50 draw. Come and meet your friends and enjoy live music. Every month we donate 10% to a different charity. June charity is Petitcodiac Boys and Girls Club Teen Centre. Wednesday Dinners - 12:00 noon; May 23, Roast Beef; May 30, Cod fish; June 6, Roast Pork & dressing; June 13, Turkey Dinner. Thursday, June 7 - Regular monthly meeting. Executive meeting 7:00pm, general meeting 8:00pm. Monday, May 28 - Coleman’s Therapeutic Foot care, Jessica Coleman, LPN advanced foot care technician. Call for an appointment, 381-5422. Monday, June 4 - Seniors meeting at 2:00pm. Supper at 4:30pm, Hamburger patties and onions. Monday, May 28, June 11 - Merry Makers 2, 10:00am-2:00pm. Cards, bingo, etc. Light lunch at noon, $6. Thursday, May 24, June 14, 28 - DD’s Foot Care Clinic at the Legion. For appointment call 389-1046 or 733-8199 (cell). Friday, May 25 - Petitcodiac Sportsman Club Fundraiser Dinner, doors open at 6:00pm with Roast Beef Dinner at 7:00pm. $40/draw ticket, $60/dinner & draw ticket. Info; Stirling Goddard, 3725281. Saturday, May 26 - Air Cadets Breakfast,
F.P. MacLaren Air Cadets # 639 of Petitcodiac. 7:00-10:00am, $8/ages 12 & up, $4/ages 6-12, free/5 & under. Bake sale. Info; Jason Forester, 850-9276. Sunday, May 27 - Money Crib at 1:30pm. Registration starts at 1:00pm. Soup and sandwiches will be available for a small price. There is a registration fee and bring a partner. Wednesday, May 30 - An evening with Patsy Cline, presented by Bonnie Kilroe. Tickets $20/person, available at the Legion. Show time 7:30pm. Winner 2016 - Las Vegas Reel Awards. Saturday, June 2 - Fundraiser/benefit for Zoe Black, starting at 7:30. Live music, silent & live auction, 30/30 and more. Zoe is 14 and has Niemann-pic Type C, also known as childhood Alzheimer's. Zoe is the daughter to Trevor and Marie Paul Vautour-Black and Granddaughter to Peter and Darlene Black. Friday, June 8 - Petitcodiac Health Fair 50+ from 1:00-3:00pm. Come and explore booths from many vendors. Saturday, June 9 - Street Party, Kay Street
from 4:00-9:00pm. Live music organized by Parkindale Productions with The Divorcees, Circus Food Trucks, drinks, Street Art Performances, Art Exhibit a licensed Bar, and more. For Info on the Art Exhibit call Jamie Underhill, 7568382. June 4 - 9 Petitcodiac Inspired, A mural will be painted on the Foodland Building by Fred Harrison during this week. If a Legion member know of another member who is ill or in the hospital, please call Jackie Miller, 756-8558. If no answer, please leave a message. Please check out our new Facebook page, Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 41, Petitcodiac and "like" it. The Petitcodiac War Museum can be visited by arrangements. Check our facebook page, Petitcodiac War Museum. 756-7461 or call Cathy at 756-2068. Chairlift facility available. Hall Rental: If you wish to rent the hall for a wedding reception, birthday celebration or any other function, please call the Legion for more information. 0013
BENEFIT FOR MARGARET DUPUIS The family and friends of Margaret Dupuis are holding a benefit for Margaret who has been battling Cancer at the Grand Washademoak Lions Club at 11218 Route 10 Coles Island on Saturday, May 26 at 7:00pm. Debbie Connell and Friends will be entertaining with their music. There will be a Cake Auction, Bake Sale, 50/50 and more. Any donations of cakes and baked goods would be appreciated. For more information please contact Sandra, 362-2986 or Irene, 362-1250. We hope to see you there. 4974
CARD PARTIES â€“ LOWER MILLSTREAM Auction 45s Card Parties have started again. We play every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm in the Lower Millstream Hall (Rte 880/875). Cost to play is $5/ person and includes a 50/50 ticket and lunch. Come, bring your friends and have a fun evening. 4935
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The sound of motorcycles will echo throughout Kennebecasis Valley from June 15-17, but this isn’t your typical biker crowd. For the past two years, female motorcyclists from the Maritimes and beyond have arrived in Penobsquis for a weekend of music, tattoos and winding back roads. The Backroad Ball - a women's motorcycle adventure weekend & campout - was created in 2016 to inspire a sense of community amongst female motorcyclists in Eastern Canada. The annual event has drawn bikers from as far as Pennsylvania and Alberta. This year, female-identifying motorcyclists will be treated to a live show with the
Maritime’s own hard rockin’ Christine Campbell and Kylie Fox and the Hound (Saint John, NB). But that’s not all - there will be karaoke, moto-games, tarot card readings, food vendors and much more! Registration is open to all licensed female-identifying motorcyclists as well as moto-curious women regardless of motorcycle make or type, club affiliation, or age (19+). Registration is open until Saturday, June 9 and ranges from $60-$70, which includes two nights of camping, all music, entertainment and something to remember the event by such as a sticker, patch, or poster. Registration and event info available online at thebackroadball.com. 4886
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BRITISH HOME CHILD REUNION The 38th Annual British Home Child Reunion to be held at the St. John's Anglican Church Hall, 75 Main Street, Fredericton on Saturday, August 25 from 9:00am-3:00pm. It is "bring your own" lunch but we supply beverages and the annual Reunion Cake, along with snack foods. We encourage folks to bring along their BHC stories to share. Our reunions are open to all descendants of BHC no matter the Sending Agency for the Home Child. This event is sponsored by the Middlemore Atlantic Society. 4963
COUNTRY MUSIC JAM & OPEN MIC A Country Music Jam is held every Wednesday 7:00-10:00pm at the Sussex Senior’s Centre (Golden Jubilee Hall off Leonard Drive), Perry Street off Leonard Drive. Enjoy music with the Countryside Backup Group with MC Bryant Simpson. Everyone welcome - bring a friend - play, sing, just listen - dance the night away. Canteen is open at 6:00pm. Admission by donation at the door. For more info: Bryant Simpson 432-1439 or the Seniors’ Centre (Linda) 433-8480. G126
SELF ESTEEM FRIENDS: GROW OR GO Plato once stated, “People are like dirt. They can either nourish you and help you grow as a person, or they can stunt your growth and make you wilt and die”. In your everyday life you are surrounded by a variety of people. Having friends certainly boosts your health, but choosing people who make you feel more positive increases the benefits. Are your friends negative? Do they complain most of the time? Do your friends talk only about themselves? Be very particular about who you spend your time with. Surround yourself with more loving, positive, supportive people… the kind that make you feel good. People who are negative, demanding or just plain mean are toxic. They are not only toxic to your physical health but your mental health and to your soul. These types of people suck the life right out of you, making you feel tired and drained. Your well-being can easily be influenced by those around you and your moods and feelings
become contagious. While it can be comforting to vent with others in similar life situations, you must refrain from complaining and projecting negativity all the time. It is not healthy. You are allowed to eliminate toxic people from your circle of friends and fill your circle with more positive people. And as you do so, you will notice your quality of life improve and your pain decrease. You will begin making better decisions. Surround yourself with positive people as much as you can. Be a positive, supportive person. Positive attracts positive. Think more deeply about the people you interact with. Work toward filling your life with others that cultivate healthy and positive relationships. It may not always be possible but in your personal life, you can take control over the people with whom to surround yourself. Stop relationships or lessen contact when you realize someone is toxic for you. It really is not as difficult to do as we make it out
to be. Take a few moments to reflect on how certain people make you feel. Do they add something constructive to, or subtract from, your life? If a friend zaps your strength, you can simply decide to tell them how you feel or distance yourself from them. The moment you are more candid about your own feelings, you become empowered. Choose your friends with care - they create the environment in which you will either thrive or wilt. Give everyone an opportunity to be your friend, but only share your hopes and dreams with those who value them as much as you do. 0027
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EXERCISE FOR HEALTH RESULTS NOW You want results and you want them now! Great that means you are eager but do you have the mindset to make a commitment? I believe slower is better whether it comes to getting in better shape or losing weight. First of all you have got to be willing to give up all the bad habits that got you to where you are at this time. Now there are a million excuses: no time, family first, job etc. About 50% of people making the decision to start an exercise program quit within 6 months, they don’t give themselves enough time to gain confidence, or can’t commit enough to make it to the gym at least three times per week. Purchasing a gym membership does not make you fit, using your gym membership does. It takes at least three good workouts a week to start feeling a difference in your body. If you have not been exercising on a regular basis and are doing weight resistance you may actually gain weight the first over the
first one, two or even three months but your inches should decrease. A pound of muscle takes up less space than a pound of fat, the more muscle you have the more calories your body will burn even at rest. It takes no more than five pounds weight resistance to tone a muscle. In the beginning regular exercising will be uncomfortable or a little difficult because you have weakened from inactivity, you will not have the cardiovascular capacity to workout intensely in the early days and you may be carrying extra weight that can cause discomfort. If you are committed to your routine and working hard during your exercise time you should start to feel a difference in your body after two or three weeks. Some exercises may not feel right or you may not be able to do them because of an old injury that does not allow your body to work the way it should. Ask for advice
from an educated employee at your gym of fitness facility, there is usually some way to work the muscle or muscle group so that is does not hurt or cause you further injury. Do not try and rush through your workout, make it count, form is the key to results. Remember to do your stretches it can help prevent or lessen soreness and possibly give you results sooner. 0046
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PRAISE & WORSHIP All Welcome
Sunday 10:30am Worship & Kingdom Kidz (ages 2-11) Youth Classes (ages 12-18) 6:30pm Evening Service Wednesday 7:30pm Adult Bible Study U-Turn (ages 12+)
Pastor Youth Pastor Rev Dwight Cole Rev Charles Kennedy 485-2635 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 2129 Rte 124, Hatfield Point • Church ~ 485-2257 “...I am come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly.” John 10:10
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Church Services May 27th, June 24th & August 26th at 2:30pm July 22nd Cemetery Service at 2:30pm September 23rd Thanksgiving Service at 2:30pm
ST. PAUL’S UNITED CHURCH SUNDAY SERVICE - 10am - ALL ARE WELCOME. Sunday, May 27th: Dry Bones - God as Healer Sunday, June 3rd: “Here I am, Lord!” The Hero’s Journey Sunday, June 10th: The Gospel According to Calvin and Hobbes / Sunday School Wrap-up Sunday, June 17th: Celebrate our Graduates
Do you enjoy discussing God’s Word with others? If so, why not consider joining our small group Bible Study on Tuesday mornings from 11:00-12:00. This FREE Bible Study offers opportunity to learn, discuss, and ask questions about various topics in the scripture. For more details please contact Dwight Cole at 485-2635 or simply show up. Outreach Pentecostal Church 2129 Rte 124, Hatﬁeld Point
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Saturday, June 2nd: Plant Sale - 9:00am - 12:30pm June 25th to 29th: Vacation Bible School Saturday, June 23rd: Bus trip to St. Andrews. Please contact church oﬃce for more information.
SUSSEX DOWNTOWN CRUISE NIGHT 2018 Sponsored by the NB Antique Auto Club, in partnership with the Sussex Downtown Business Association, Sussex Downtown Cruise Night will be held every second Thursday (weather permitting) until September 16. All events start at 6:00pm with the exception of final event. 50/50 draw each night with proceeds going to local community groups. Cruise Night schedule; Thursday, May 17 - First Car Show of the Season,
Sussex Train Station; Thursday, May 31 - Race Car Night, Behind Tim Hortons; Thursday, June 14 - Clark's Chev Cruise Night, Behind Tim Hortons; Thursday, June 28 - Peter Street Dance Party, Peter Street; Thursday, July 12 - Sussex Fest Sponsored by Tim Hortons, Behind Tim Hortons; Thursday, July 26 Heritage Night, Behind Tim Hortons; Thursday, August 9 - Cruise Night, Behind Tim Hortons; Thursday, August
23 - Celebrate Sussex, Scotiabank (rain date Friday, August 24); Thursday, September 6 - Cruise Night, Behind Tim Hortons; Sunday, September 16 Final Cruise Night Event, 1:00-4:00pm Sunday Afternoon, Behind Tim Hortons (rain date Sunday, September 23). Cruise Night is open to owners of antique, classic, street rods and special interest vehicles of all ages and manufacturers. 4502 Come out and join us in 2018.
ANNUAL SENIOR FRIENDSHIP GAMES The 27th Annual Sussex & Area Senior Friendship games will be held from June 11 - June 14. The games are open to anyone aged 50 or older. Anyone who wishes to register is asked to take their registration form to the Senior’s Centre on Perry Street where they will be happy to help you with your registration. Registration forms
are also available at the Senior’s Centre. The cost for the 4 full days of fun is $20 which includes a Banquet and Dance to conclude the games. There is a separate charge of $10 for the chicken BBQ on Wednesday at noon. The BBQ is optional. The games this year will include floor shuffleboard, table shuffleboard,
bocce ball, darts, auction 45’s, washer toss, cribbage, croquet, poker walk, bowling and ladder ball. The deadline for registration is Friday, May 25. For more information, please call the Senior’s Centre at 433-8480 or the Royal Canadian Legion at 4326699 or any committee member. 4975
SUSSEX TEA ROOM RUG HOOKERS The Sussex Tea Room Rug Hookers meet Tuesday mornings from 10:00am12:00noon and Monday evenings 4:00-
6:00pm at the Golden Jubilee Hall (50 Perry Street, beside the 8th Hussars arena). Beginner and experienced rug
hookers welcome! For more information: Bev Floyd 4334734, Erin McKenna 433-5737. G147
Kimmie: Is a short-haired 4 1/2 year old Tortie
with beautiful green eyes. Her fur is thick, soft and very glossy. Kimmie gets along with everyone at the Sanctuary as well as with the resident dog. She’s affectionate, playful and has a very gentle personality. She’s been spayed, vaccinations are up to date, trained to the scratching post and parasites taken care of. Paws & Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. Email: email@example.com www.pawssussex.ca PO Box 4816 Sussex, NB E4E 5L1 Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. is a registered non-profit charitable organization operated solely by volunteers.
Kimmie If interested in adopting Kimmie, 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:
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WELL RESTED YOUR SLEEP AND MENTAL HEALTH Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a very common sleep disorder. It is marked by 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. Those with untreated OSA are at greater risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart attack, stroke and early death. But people experiencing sleep apnea are not just affected by its physical effects. They also experience mental health problems. Having poor sleep quality can affect your mood and having a serious health condition itself is enough to cause some to feel depressed. Sleep apnea can interfere with mental health because of the reduced oxygen supply to the brain and frequent arousals from sleep. This alters brain function. Not getting enough quality rest makes it very difficult to deal with routine daily
task and cause anxiety. People with untreated sleep apnea also tend to feel anxious before bed as they know that they would like to have a restful sleep but will most likely spend the night tossing and turning without knowing the cause. Even the most supportive spouse can get fed up by being awoken night after night with loud snoring and tossing and turning. This can cause sleeping in separate rooms, resentment and decreased opportunity for intimacy. Dreams are an opportunity to process emotions and events of the day freeing up your brain to deal with tomorrow. People with sleep apnea are constantly being disturbed out of their dream sleep. When someone does not get the proper amount of undisturbed dream sleep they experience anxiety to difficulty with memory. Concentration and memory problems are one of the most significant repercussions of sleep apnea.
Exhaustion during the day causes trouble focusing on important tasks like work, school, and driving. You may frequently feel agitated or quicktempered further causing relationship problems and activities of daily living. If you think you are having mental health issues such as depression or anxiety and you snore or feel you have trouble with your sleep be sure to talk to your doctor or nurse practitioner about having a sleep test. Your mental health may depend on it. 0038
Angie Cummings, BSc RRT, Sussex Sleep Clinic
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ZOE’S JOURNEY Zoe Black is 14 years old and is in Grade 9. She is the Daughter of Trevor & Marie Paul Vautour-Black, Granddaughter of Darlene & Peter Black and Norm & Emilia Vautour and Great Granddaughter of Joyce (Marr) McPhee and Dot (Smith) Black. Zoe is a very kind and loving young lady. She loves her dogs, horses, playing cards, beaches and dancing with her cousins.
In May of 2017 Zoe was diagnosed with a very rare neurodegenerative disease called Niemann-Pic Type C, also known as Childhood Alzheimer's. As this Disease progresses she will be using her wheelchair more and will need other medical supplies. We can’t change her diagnosis or cure her condition but we can make sure that she has everything she needs to keep doing the things she loves.
On Saturday, June 2 Zoe’s family and friends are holding a Benefit for Zoe. It is being held at the Petitcodiac Legion, 18 Kay Street at 7:30pm. There will be Live Music, Silent Auction, Live Auction, 50/50 and more. If you would like more information on this please call Carol Long at 887-1811 or 874-9717. Everyone welcome to join in and support Zoe in her Journey. 4970
FLOOD 2018 I was asked to write about the recent flood in the Belleisle Bay area and how our community came together. This is one of the easiest articles I have ever had the pleasure of writing. We all knew the Spring flood was coming. It could be worse than last year or even the flood of 2008, still not as bad as the flood of ’73. And the water rose and kept rising. We quickly realized we were in trouble and that a number of cottage and residences were going to be affected, not to mention our roads. Social Media is a wonderful invention, when used for the right purpose. Our community facebook page, “Belleisle Valley – What’s Going on?”, became our lifeline & the lifeline of seasonal property owners who needed to know about their cottage. We started posting videos and pictures as the water
continued to rise and homes were affected. Neighbors were checking on each other, providing meals, helping to move furniture to higher ground & sandbagging homes. Those who had to leave their home were offered places to stay within the community. It wasn’t long some areas couldn’t access a way out because of flood waters over the road. Trucks were able to pass through the water but cars could not. Constant words of encouragement, update(s) on road conditions and closures were put on our facebook page. A special church service was held as well as a pot luck supper. When it was no longer safe to try to exit through the water and someone was able to travel outside the affected area, they brought back groceries, mail & medication for neighbors. And if you could
travel outside the affected area, our alternate routes were single lane, full of potholes, rocks and in many places not passable without a 4X4 or larger SUV. As road barricades went up and trucks could no longer go through the water, we resorted to tractor(s) or boats. There were incidents of medical emergencies where the patient was taken out by a 4 wheeler or the BVFD Rescue Vehicle. As the water began to recede the clean-up began. Area churches organized a Flood Supper and cleanup equipment has been donated for use from Easy Kleen Pressure Systems and Hertz Equipment. The communities of Belleisle Valley took care of each other. We feel truly blessed no one was hurt at the same time realizing others suffered more than we did. 4978 Submitted by Janice Bates.
MEMORY CAFE IN SUSSEX The Alzheimer's Society Memory Cafe will be held on Sunday, May 27 from 2:00-4:00pm at the Salvation Army Community 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. This month’s special guest will be musician Susan Layton. Memory Cafes are held on the last Sunday of every month (excluding June, July and December). The next Café will be held on May 27. Our previous Cafes have been a great
success, enjoyed by all who have attended. Everyone is welcome to join us and see what we’re all about! For more information, or to find out about volunteer opportunities: m e m o r y c a f e @ a l z h e i m e r. n b . c a ; 1-800-664-8411; Linda Goggin email@example.com, 756-3956. 4979
KENNEBECASIS RIVER RUN Get your canoes and kayaks ready for a great day on the Kennebecasis River. Saturday, June 2 (rain date, Sunday, June 3). Everyone is welcome to participate. A barbecue will follow at the Apohaqui Recreation Centre in Jones Memorial Park, Apohaqui,
for all registered participants of the "River Run", at 12:30pm. There will be prizes at 1:30pm. Participants must pre-register by Tuesday, May 29. For more info and to register; Anita Corbett, 433-5460; email, corbettr@ nbnet.nb.ca.
Join us for a day of fun. We will be launching from behind Sobeys at 9:30am. The barbeque is sponsored by the Apohaqui-Lower Millstream Recreation Council. 4954 May 22nd - June 4th, 2018
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TWO 3 BEDROOM COTTAGES fully furnished, on the water, Westpoint PEI, $550/week. Booking now. 832-3333. SELF STORAGE UNITS. In Norton area, secure, dry, and clean. Various sizes. Call Doug Hall at 839-2241, 433-0103 or email sandydhall51@ gmail.com.
FOR SALE PRIVATE SALE: 09 Nissan Altima SL loaded; 92 Harley Softail Classic; 78 Mercury Marquis 4DR loaded; 89 Ford 4x4 Super Cab with 7 1/2 Fisher plow ; 2005 Ford Crew Cab 4x4 XL; Reason for selling, want new truck; Deal on package, call for prices, 567-6030. For Sale; Ford rally rims for truck, $250; 4 Factory alloy Lincoln rims, $250; 302 Ford truck engine, $400. 567-6030.
YARD/GARAGE SALES DOWN SIZING YARD Sale May
25 – 27. Friday 12:00noon-5:00pm, Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-5:00pm. 112 Roachville Road. MILLBROOK COMMUNITY ANNUAL Yard Sale , Saturday, June 2, 8:00am-3:00pm. GARAGE SALE - RAIN or Shine May 25 & 26 from 9:00am-2:00pm 170 Adair Rd., Waterford. Tools, dryer, booster seats, electric motors, snow blower engines, electric furnace, 80 ft insulated duct pipe. house hold items. Great assortment.
NOTICES STEEVES SETTLEMENT BAPTIST Church Independent, 250 Steeves Settlement Rd. Pastor Paul Fosmark. Services every Sunday, 9:45am, Sunday School for all ages. 11:00am Morning Worship Service. All welcome! For information call 534-2714.
complete line of traction chains, wire rope, chain, rope, barrier & sports netting, industrial products serving the logging, towing, trucking and marine industries etc. Call any time, 832-1198. MOBILE HAIR STYLIST, perms, cuts, etc. Will come to your home. Call 432-7620. SUSSEX UPHOLSTERY & SEWING machine repair. Open 1 Queen St. Sussex, Mon., Tue., Wed. 9-5. 8327870. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. Village Upholstery & Refinishing - Craftsmanship. HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Sales and services of overhead doors, operators and weather stripping of all models. Phone 485-2151 or 609-8699. INTERIOR PAINTING, Ceilings, walls and trim. Free Estimates. Call Doug Hall at 839-2241, 433-0103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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