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Well... I haven’t heard back from a single solitary woman in all of our readership area who agrees that a tractor is sexy. But... the other day I was out working in the woodlot doing some backhoeing when all of a sudden as I swing the bucket around, there she is!! Less than fifty feet away, she is staring at my tractor with adoration in her big brown eyes!! She is obviously captivated by the tractor, as was I with her as she was simply beautiful. Here I was dreaming that surely, Sussex, Petitcodiac, Salisbury or may be even Norton would hold the woman of my dreams, but no, I found her in my own backyard. So we chatted for a bit, but she wouldn’t tell me her name, so I decided with her doe like eyes that I would call her Jane, Jane Doe. So while I am working away, Jane is joined by a friend and now I have two admirers. At first I am thinking that they are just out to admire me and my tractor but I quickly discover that they have another agenda. It says in our Working Woodlot best practices manual that cutting hardwoods in the fall makes excellent browse for the deer population, and sure enough they both started munching down on some Grey Birch that I had cut the day before. Wow!! It is always nice when you try something that you have read from a book, to discover that it actually works. It was like that last year too, when I encountered Mrs Bear, I wondered a bit and then checked out our woodlot management plan and there it was “Suitable habitat for deer, something, something and bear�. I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised. Thanks Neil!! I also, read the plan through a couple of more times just to confirm that the property wasn’t suitable for elephants, lions, tigers, and crocodiles, but no we are safe from those critters. The only dangerous species that was not identified was “Cranky Old Woman� and believe me, I have had a few encounters with that one. I need to wrap this up because Jane and I have another date for this afternoon, and I have promised that I would take her out to dinner for a little fresh birch. 0001

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An afternoon with Bob Burgess & Friends will be held on Sunday, October 27 2:00pm in the All Seasons Inn Banquet Room. Tickets will be at the door for $10. Guests for the afternoon include: Garth Jones, Brian Mallory, Dale Butland, Colleen Bannister & Vance MacNeil, Chris Bell and Haley McMillan; with the Band - Bob Burgess, Mike Hanlon, Steve Sears, Moe Flemming, Scott Munford and Crystal Jones There will also be a 50/50 draw and Canteen. Sound provided by Dave Stewart at Back Stage Music Proceeds are going to the Salvation Army's Christmas Funds. Come and enjoy a great afternoon of fun and music! 2255

The members of the Sussex Art Club will be having their monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 29 at St. Paul's United Church Hall (corner Main & Morrison), in Sussex at 7:00pm. Anyone interested in art and would like to come to our meeting is more than welcome to join us. We always have an interesting program after a short meeting, pertaining to the different facets of art. Hope to see you there. 2226



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3215 Main Street, 372-3240 Story Time – every Friday at 10:00am. A 30-minute program of stories, songs, and literacy-building activities for ages 2-5. The Booklovers Reading Club, for adults, will discuss Loving Frank by Nancy Horan on Wednesday, November 13. Crafting Circle – Wednesday October 23 from 6:30-8:00pm, bring your current craft project and join fellow knitters and crafters for inspiration and tips. All skill levels are welcome. Teen Pinterest Party - Halloween Edition on Wednesday October 30 from 6:30-7:30pm for ages 11-18. Tell us which spooky craft from our Pinterest board you want to make at the library. Check out the options at: Fall library hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays 10:00am-12:00noon & 1:00-5:00pm; Wednesdays 1:00-5:00 & 6:00-8:00pm. These programs are offered free of charge. For more information please contact the library. 0021

MUSIC FUNDRAISER An afternoon with Bob Burgess & Friends will be held on Sunday, October 27 2:00pm in the All Seasons Inn Banquet Room. Tickets will be at the door for $10. Guests for the afternoon include: Garth Jones, Brian Mallory, Dale Butland, Colleen Bannister & Vance MacNeil, Chris Bell and Haley McMillan; with the Band - Bob Burgess, Mike Hanlon, Steve Sears, Moe Flemming, Scott Munford and Crystal Jones There will also be a 50/50 draw and Canteen. Sound provided by Dave Stewart at Back Stage Music Proceeds are going to the Salvation Army's Christmas Funds. Come and enjoy a great afternoon of fun and music! 2255

Reminder: “FATHER-DAUGHTER” BANQUET The Sussex Pregnancy Care Centre is hosting a Father Daughter Banquet on Saturday, October 26 at the Fairway Inn in Sussex. This is dads’ opportunity to treat their daughters to a fun evening out and celebrate that unique bond that fathers and daughters share. Tickets are available at Connie’s Collectables (572 Main Street Sussex) or by contacting the Sussex Pregnancy Care Centre (433-4006). Tickets include dinner, professional photograph, a long stem rose for daughters, short motivational talk by Dr. John Carroll and your chance to win a prize from a local business. Daughters (age 13+) welcome with their father or father-like figures. Check us out on facebook at the Sussex Pregnancy Care Centre, click on “Events” and come join us for this exciting event on October 26! 1048

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It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Mark George Duffley on October 3, 2013, age 55, of Kiersteadville, NB, husband to Lynn Ann (Jennings) Duffley. Mark was born in Saint John on April 23, 1958, the son of George and Rita (Buckley) Duffley. Mark is survived by his wife, Lynn Ann; daughters, Vanessa, Mariah and Kirstin; father and mother, George and Rita Duffley of Quispamsis; father-inlaw and mother-in-law, Cecil and Gloria Jennings of Grand BayWestfield; brothers Alan of Quispamsis, Owen and Kelley of Fall River, NS, Noel and Wendy of Rockland, ON; sisters Alberta and Paul Mercer of Saint John, Julie and Bob Johnston of Sault Ste. Marie, ON, and Carol Duffley of Lakeside, NS; brother-inlaw Gordon Jennings of Saint John and sister-in-law Dianne Jennings of Grand Bay-Westfield; several nephews, nieces and cousins. Mark was predeceased by his daughter Rachael. Mark was a beloved son, brother, husband, father, uncle and friend. As a young man Mark was active in his parish as an altar boy. He was an enthusiastic football and hockey player and a graduate of KVHS in 1976. Mark was also a talented bike rider and enjoyed off-road four wheeling in his Jeep. Mark completed the NBCC carpet laying course and improving on what he learned, also installed tile and hardwood flooring. After a few years of experience, Mark became self-employed and often provided employment to family and friends. In 1991, he changed professions and became a licensed electrician and joined the brotherhood of IBEW Local 502. Mark was an accomplished self-taught carpenter, painter and plumber; there were no limits to his abilities or the quality of his craftsmanship. Mark married Lynn Ann in 1985 and started his family of four beautiful daughters, moving to the shores of Belleisle Bay in 1989. He shared with them and others his love of boating, skiing, swimming, fishing and biking. Mark was extremely proud of his daughters and their academic and varsity sports achievements; evidenced by his unique voice and whistles of encouragement always heard above the crowd. As a proud owner of a Harley Davidson Street Glide 2012, Mark was eager to take anyone willing on a joyous ride. Several hundred family members and friends attended the Celebration of Mark’s Life on October 7, 2013, where the funeral procession began at Sherwood’s Funeral Home and Life Tribune Centre in Norton to the Belleisle Community Centre in Springfield, NB. Officiating over the Memorial Service of Christian Burial was Father Donald F. Breen and Reverend Robert A. Salloum. Violinist Chris Buckley performed wonderfully during the processional and recessional. Pallbearers were Alan Duffley, Owen Duffley, Noel Duffley, Gordon Jennings, David Merrithew and Doug Chown. Father Breen delivered the greeting and opening prayer, followed by the Gospel and the First Reading. Pallbearers told many memorable stories of Mark, and his daughters prepared a photo slide show, including Mark’s favourite songs; Forever And For Always, Just Fishin’, I Believe In Angels and You Can Let Go Now Daddy. Alan Duffley led the Prayers of the Faithful and Rev. Salloum finished with the Lord’s

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Prayer, followed by the closing with Father Breen. Assistance to the memorial service was provided by Doug Boone (sound) and Kim Giddens (technical). Attendees were encouraged to enjoy a token of remembrance, a Quality Street Chocolate, Mark’s favourite candy. The family recession was flanked by an Honour Guard of the BRHS Ladies Soccer Team and Coach Giddens. A private interment followed at the Kiersteadville Cemetery. A private reception for family and friends was very thankfully hosted by Faye and Mike Totton at the Duffley home. The IBEW Local 502 presented Mark’s family with a Holy Bible in memory of Mark and his strong work ethic and service to the brotherhood. Lynn Ann, Vanessa, Mariah and Kirstin are sincerely thankful for the love, sympathy, donations, foodstuffs, memorial preparation, cards, visitations and participation at the service, and especially grateful for their extended families, the Tottons, IBEW Local 502, the Dept of Healthy and Inclusive Communities, the Canadian Cancer Society and the Sherwoods. Greatly appreciated are the donations to the Rachael Dawn Duffley Memorial Scholarship Fund through the Greater Saint John Community Foundation and the condolences made through sherwoodsfuneralhome. com.


RANDLES, WILLIAM CHARLES (BILL) Bill Randles, husband of the late Hazel (Darrah) Randles, passed away peacefully after a brief illness on October 2, 2013, at the Dr. V.A. Snow Centre. Born in East Riverside-Kingshurst on December 20, 1930, he was a son of the late William and Mary (Warman) Randles. An auto mechanic by trade, Bill operated an Esso service station in the North end of Saint John for 15 years and continued to work as a mechanic until his retirement in 1999. He and his wife Hazel resided in Red Head for several years, and later in Nauwigewauk and Quispamsis. Bill loved to golf and could be found on the course any morning enjoying a game with his good friends John Steele, John Marr and Dr. Jack Waite. He was a long-time member of the Riverside Golf and Country Club, the Nauwigewauk Darlings Seniors Club, and prior to moving to the Dr. V.A. Snow Centre, attended Quispamsis United Church. Bill played hockey in his youth and later was a coach in the EastWest Suburban Hockey League. He was a loyal Boston Bruins fan and never gave up trying to convert his Montreal Canadiens son-in-law, Paul. He is survived by his daughter, Janet Randles (Paul Owen) of Hampton, son Tim (Nadine) of Richmond BC, brother John Randles of Dartmouth NS, brothers-in-law Alex (Barb) Darrah of Long Creek, Bobby (Sharon) Darrah of Oromocto, Archie (Rita) Darrah and Johnnie Darrah of Chipman; sisters-in-law Carrie (Ray) Vince, Quispamsis, Vera Protz, Marylou (Randy) Dickinson and Mary Darrah, both of Chipman, as well as several cousins, nieces, and nephews. In addition to his wife and parents, Bill was pre-deceased by an infant daughter in 1963, his son William in 2001, as well as sisters Evelyn McPhee, Helen Norman, and Audrey Smith. Resting at Kennebecasis Community Funeral Home, 152 Pettingill Road, Quispamsis, visiting was held on Saturday October 4th and Sunday, October 5th from 2:00-4:00 and 7:009:00pm. The Funeral Service was held from Quispamsis United Church, 372 Hampton Road, on Monday at 1:00pm. Interment took place in Fernhill Cemetery. For those who wish, remembrances to the Dr. V. A. Snow Centre, Romero House, or a charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and remembrances may be placed at: 2237

Sussex Herald - October 22, 2013


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ON OUR COVER SALISBURY LIONS DONATIONS The Salisbury Lions Club recently donated $500 to the Salisbury Firefighters, as an expression of appreciation for the service they provide to our community. The Salisbury Lions Club also recently donated $500 to SPOT (Support People Of Today Charitable Services Inc.), located at 5 Mill road, Petitcodiac. SPOT has served the area between Sussex and Moncton for the past 26 years. 2228 L-R: Lion Gordon Colpitts, SPOT President Murray Bunnet and

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TURKEY SUPPER IN UPHAM Anglican Parish of Upham will be hosting their Annual Turkey Supper with all the trimmings and a variety of desserts on Saturday, November 16 from 4:00-6:30pm at the Central Kings Rec Centre (110 Titusville Road, Upham). Cost for the supper will be $12/adults, $6/children 6-12 and pre-schoolers eat for free. Proceeds from the supper are for the Anglican Parish of Upham. More Information Please Contact Brenda Fowler 832-1851. 2245

FIDDLE DOO & POT LUCK DINNER The annual Maritime Fiddle Association, Fiddle Doo held on Saturday, November 2 at the Lion's Den in Sussex, starting at 2:00pm. Fiddle leaders from around the province will be there. Admission is by donation at the door and anyone staying for the Pot Luck, please bring an item for the meal. All musicians and listeners welcome, come one come all for a toe-tapping good time. For further information call Carol at 433-2460. 2257

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RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS DAY On Friday, November 1 the Sussex Community Foundation will be partnering with local schools and community groups to celebrate Random Act of Kindness Day. This is a day to do something nice for someone with nothing in return. The cost is nothing, but the benefit his huge. Activities will be held at local schools for our students to participate in kindness activities. As well, the Sussex Area Community Foundation will be holding a community BBQ from 12:00noon-1:00pm on November 1st at the Farmers Market location at 602 Main Street, Sussex. Thanks to the Town of Sussex for donating this location for the event. The Sussex Area Community Foundation invites you to take time on this day and do something kind for someone else and come to celebrate at the BBQ. Ideas for Random Act of Kindness SUPPER & MEETING IN BARNESVILLE Day are available at: 2271 Roast Beef "or" Turkey Supper at the Barnesville Presbyterian Church (1247 Route 820) on Saturday, November 2 from 4:006:00pm. It's that time again‌ we are offering your choice of either a roast beef or a turkey supper with all the fixings for $10/ RCL #86 HAVELOCK adult. Take outs are available - call 832-7790". 2273 4684 Rte. 880, Havelock, 534-8285 Mondays: 1st Monday of the month - Executive meeting, 2nd CHRISTMAS SALE - PETITCODIAC Monday - Regular meeting, 8:00pm. Wednesdays: 11:00am-1:00pm for seniors, all welcome; 8:00pm, The Saint James United Church Women of Petitcodiac will be holding their Annual Christmas Sale on Dart League. Saturday, November 16 from 10:00am-12:30pm in the church Thursdays – 7:00pm, Bingo. Saturday, October 26 - 60th Anniversary of Branch #86; 9:30pm- basement (22 Price Street, Petitcodiac). There will be home 1:30am, Halloween Dance with Southern Breeze; admission $7/ baking, crafts, fudge and "New To You" table. Tea, coffee and person. 0016 muffins will be available. 2272

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The Seniors’ Golden Age Club meets on the 1st & 3rd Thursday of every month at the Salisbury Lions Club. Potluck at 12:00noon, meeting at 1:00pm, followed by games. 2181

KC HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING The Kings County Historical & Archival Society, Inc., will hold its next meeting on Saturday, October 26 at the Midland Community Hall, starting at 2:00pm. Guest Speaker, Don Robinson, will speak on “The Benoni Danks Rangers�. All are welcome to attend. 2276

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SUSSEX ART CLUB The Sussex Art Club will be having their Annual Art Show & Sale at the Trinity Anglican Church Hall (corner of Main & Fowler Avenue) on October 25 & 26 (Friday evening and all day Saturday). The public is welcome to come for refreshments and entertainment for the Friday evening, from 7:00-9:00pm, as well as look over our artists' paintings, sculptures and other artistic creations. The show continues on Saturday from 10:00am-4:00pm (note time corredtion). Admission is free on both days. 2096

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HUNTER’S BREAKFAST IN HAVELOCK The Havelock Baptist Social Committee will be sponsoring a “Hunter’s Breakfast” on Monday, October 28 from 5:00-9:00am at the Havelock Memorial Hall. The menu will include: sausage, ham, scrambled & boiled eggs, pancakes & syrup, toast, juice, donuts and coffee/tea. Cost for the breakfast - $7. 2256

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PORK SUPPER IN MILLSTREAM The Millstream Rec Council is sponsoring a Roast Pork Supper at the Millstream Rec Centre in Berwick on Sunday, November 3 from 3:30-6:00pm. The menu will include: roast pork, potatoes, carrots, turnips, peas, corn, applesauce and pies. Cost for the supper - $10/adults, $5/children 6-12, $25/family, pre-schoolers eat for free. Everyone is welcome. 2263

FALL SUPPER IN ROACHVILLE The Annual Fall Roast Beef Supper at the Roachville Hall will be held on Saturday, October 26 from 4:00-6:00pm. The Beef Supper will include apple and pumpkin pie. Cost for the supper - $12/adults and $6/children, pre-schoolers eat for free. Takeouts will be available. 2262

FIRST NORTH RIVER CHURCH SUPPER The First North River Church will be holding their monthly pancake, beans, sausage and potato scallop supper on Saturday, October 26 from 4:00-6:00pm at the Christian Education Center, 374 Wheaton Settlement Road. Free will donation. For further information call 756-2634 or 756-3645. 2258

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The Hampton John Peters Humphrey Foundation invites you to join us on Thursday, October 24 7:00pm at the Hampton High School Community Theatre for the screening of the documentary film: The Boy Who Was Bullied, inspired by the book of the same name by Anne Scott. The Mass Community Choir and Step in Time Senior Dance Troupe will complement the evening, ending with light refreshments and an opportunity to meet the film producer, the author and individuals featured in the film. We hope you will join us for an inspiring evening (admission is free). Please pass the word along... bring a friend. 2176

Rick & Janet Grass of Crawford Lake, are pleased to announce the engagement of their Son, Steven Robert, to Lisa Christine Hurst, Daughter of Randy & Joanne Hurst of Ajax Ontario. Wedding to take place at the Bayview Golf & Country Club in Thornhill Ontario on

CARDS AT ST. FRANCIS The Sussex Valley Knights of Columbusâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Auction 45â&#x20AC;&#x2122;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! G23

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KINGS COUNTY WOMEN IN BUSINESS Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss the November meeting of the Kings County Women in Business networking group (KCWIB) - an organization of career women, female professionals and entrepreneurs and women with a particular interest in the business world, who will support the growth and stimulation of women entrepreneurs in the region. The next meeting takes place on Tuesday, November 5 from 8:30 to 9:30am at Timeless Cottage in Nauwigewauk and will include a presentation titled Five Marketing Mistakes. Membership with the KCWIB is $50 for one year. Benefits include networking opportunities with local business women, participation in a members-only Facebook group and professional development opportunities. For more information email 2277

A Gospel Concert with the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hyssongsâ&#x20AC;? will be held at the Central Norton Baptist Church (435 Rte 121, Bloomfield) on Saturday, November 2 at 7:00pm. This energetic family ministry combines family vocal harmony, humor and grass instruments to delight audiences through the powerful medium of music. A freewill offering will be received. 2261

CHRISTMAS TEA & BAZAAR The Church of the Ascension ACW is sponsoring the Annual Christmas Tea & Bazaar on Saturday, November 2 from 1:003:00pm at the Anglican Church Hall in Apohaqui. Cost for the Tea will be $8 and a Food & Craft table will also be available. Everyone welcome. 2267


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Thank You The Family of the late Hugh Alexander Sparks, would like to thank all of those who sent flowers, donations and warm thoughts during our recent loss. Special thanks go to Adair’s Wilderness Lodge for the hosting of Dad’s Celebration of Life. Your kindness will never be forgotten.

Sherry, Janet, David Timmy & Todd

Thinking about building or renovating? Come and talk with local contractors. Sussex Home Hardware Building Centre and your local Canadian Home Builders Association would like to invite you to an open house on Wednesday October 30th at the Home Hardware store in Sussex from 5-7pm.

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Submitted by Phyllis Corbett The lovely fall weather may have made all of us long for summer but the pace here at SRHS is far from lazy summer days. Our students are engaged in a variety of learning experiences. Here are but a few examples. In Madam Belliveau’s French Immersion Language Arts classes, they have a round table discussion every two weeks on a set topic, such as a current events item or a subject relevant to teens. They sit in a circle and have discussions and debates in French. Students get to be heard and also practice speaking French. They really like it and have great talks. In grade 9 French Immersion Language Arts, students are working from a new curriculum, and have been asking family members and friends to tell them a story of an event in their own lives that required for them to have courage. Students will be preparing a Photo story presentation which will inspire them by the challenges overcome by the people they know and love. In Mr. Brad Goodwin’s class the students are improving their band saw proficiency with a project where the students are making wooden piggy banks. Once completed, they will be doing a stop animation video. In Ms. Lindsay Mercer’s Biology 113 class, students have created Cell Models for their in class Science Fair. Animal and plant cells were depicted using such diverse materials such as Styrofoam, candies and even a cake. In Mr. Luke Hopper’s Finance and Workplace Math, students will be going outside with homemade clinometers to measure the angles of elevation of some objects such as the school, and the trees and will use the data to calculate the height of each without actually measuring. Here are some upcoming dates: November 7 – SRHS Variety Show sponsored by Grad Class; November 8 - Post Secondary Fair & Remembrance Day Assemblies; November 14-16 - The Importance of Being Ernest, a three act comedy; November 28 - Parent Teacher evening meetings 4:30-7:00pm; November 29 Parent Teacher 9:00- 11:30am. The Spring Musical April 14- 19 will be Beauty and The Beast. Ms. Corbett, Ms. Hill, Ms. Smidt and the many members of the production team are excited about this huge and colourful show. Auditions begin in a few weeks. 0024

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HAVELOCK LIONS’ SUPPER The Havelock Lions Club will be holding their monthly Pancake, Bean & Sausage supper on Saturday, November 2 at the Havelock Memorial Hall from 4:00-6:00pm. Cost for adults is $7 and children $3. 2275

A cure for Diabetes could be hiding in your closet, thank you for your support! The Canadian Diabetes Association Clothesline program collects items you no longer want in order to generate revenue to help those suffering from Diabetes. People wishing to donate can call the Clothesline at 1-800-505-5525 for a free home pick-up of your reusable clothing and household items. Individuals can drop off soft items only at one of our drop box locations listed below.

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Reminder: CRAFT & BAKE SALE The Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Group of the St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Church in Sussex Corner will be sponsoring the Annual Craft & Bake Sale on Friday, November 29 from 1:00-7:00pm and Saturday, November 30 from 9:00am-3:00pm (note time correction) at the Church Centre. For table rentals please call 433-2344 or 4331556. 2115

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ROACHVILLE CEMETERY MEETING The fall meeting of the Roachville Cemetery Association will be held on Wednesday, November 13 at the Roachville Community Hall at 7:00pm. All lot holders, family members of lot holders and interested people are invited to attend. Tax receipts are available for donations and memorials. For further information please contact 433-3837. 2279

CHRISTMAS IN THE LANE DESSERT PARTY The Apohaqui Lower Millstream Recreation Council Inc. is holding their annual "Christmas in the Lane Dessert Party" on Thursday, November 28 in the Apohaqui Recreation Centre, 16 Jones Memorial Park Road, Apohaqui. Twenty or more delicious desserts will be presented for your choice along with a chocolate fountain. We have invited Al Smith to provide an evening of enjoyable music. In the Christmas Lane we have a number of gifted artists and entrepreneurs showing off their wares for your shopping convenience. Doors will open at 6:00pm and you will be greeted with a tasty glass of punch along with crackers and cheese covered with homemade jellies. Advanced tickets only - $10. Contact Marylou - 433-5796; Marsha - 433-4571; Barb - 433-2546; or Joan - 433-3848. Hope you can join us. There is a Santa Claus!! 2283


Meet Georges! Georges is a silky medium-hair male orange tabby with very long whiskers. He is 5 1/2 months old. Great personality! Affectionate, a great purrer, playful and very gentle. Does not mind other felines. He is an indoor cat, but could possibly be accustomed to indoor/outdoor with 

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> Two veterinary examinations > Treatment for worms, ear-mites & fleas > Nail clip > Vaccinations with booster > Neuter/Spay > 30-day health guarantee Paws & Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. email: tel: (506) 433-6756 PO Box 4816 Sussex, NB E4E 5L1 Paws and Whiskers Sanctuary Inc. is a registered non-profit charitable organization operated solely by volunteers.

Sussex Herald - October 22, 2013

6 Kay Street, 756-3144 Preschool Storytime - 10:30-11:00am every Wednesday for ages 2-5. Songs, fingerplays, and stories on books and iPad for young children! Tuesday, October 29 - 11:00-11:30am, Halloween Craft - come make a spooky Halloween decoration at the library. Thursday, October 31 - 6:00-8:00pm, Halloween at the Library, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;trick or treatersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; are welcome to come by for a treat - we will be open! Book Club - 6:30-8:00pm, Thursday, November 14. Novemberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book is The Virgin Cure by Ami McKay. Come by the library to get a copy. Saturday, November 16 - 2:30pm, Mid-Month Movie Matinee, come watch a movie with us at the library (ages 6-12) on . Saturday, November 23 - 2:30-4:00pm for ages 6-12. Come play some Wii - we have lots of great games. These programs are offered free of charge. For more information call the Library or email: petitcodiac. publiclibrar y@ Regular Hours: Tuesdays, We d n e s d a y s , Fridays & Saturdays 10:00am-1:00pm & 2:00-5:00pm; Thursdays 1:005:00 & 6:008:00pm; Sundays & Mondays closed. 0020


GOSPEL MUSIC NIGHT IN CANAAN The Canaan Pentecostal Church is holding a Gospel Music Night at the Canaan Community Hall - 408 Cherryvale Rd on Saturday, October 26 6:30pm. Performers for the evening include: The McGuires, Gerry Flowers, Barry Sullivan, John MacMullin and local talent. There will be a freewill offering for Sheldon Black who is recovering from back surgery. Canteen of the hall open. Everyone welcome, hope to see you there! 2221

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ROAST BEEF SUPPER St. Francis Xavier Church (Church Avenue, Sussex) will be holding a Roast Beef Supper on Sunday, October 27 from 3:006:30pm and Take-outs will be available from 3:00-6:00 by calling 433-4911. The supper menu includes: roast beef, gravy, potatoes, peas, carrots, coleslaw, pickles, rolls, pumpkin or apple pies and layer cakes,tea/coffee. Cost for the supper will be $12/adults; $6/ child); $30/parent(s) & dependent children. There will also be a fancy table, raffle tickets and 50/50 draw.

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KENNEBECASIS NATURALIST SOCIETY Come out on Monday October 28 to the KNS meeting at 7:30pm. At this meeting Gart Bishop will be speaking about the value of the wetlands and the reasons why we should consider protecting them. Our meetings are held at St. Mark’s Anglican Church Hall located at 2 Needle Street in Sussex Corner. For more information about KNS, check out our Website at: Everyone is welcome. 2235

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CHRISTMAS BAZAAR IN COLES ISLAND A Christmas Bazaar will be held at the Coles Island Senior’s Hall on Saturday, November 2 from 9:00am-3:00pm. Lunches will be available. Tables are available for rent by calling 362-2145 or 362-1029. Lunches will be available. Proceeds from the sale will go to the maintenance of the Hall. 2281

BENEFIT CONCERT IN NORTON Marie Short & Friends will be hosting a Benefit Concert at the Norton Catholic Hall on Friday, November 8 starting at 7:00pm. This concert is in support of Marie’s sister as she undergoes chemo treatments. Admission will be by donation at the door. For more information contact Marie Short at 832-5847. 2284

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To all my dear friends who have shown my family and me their love and respect for my husband Charlie. We thank you for the overhwelming donations, cards, calls , food and flowers. We also want to thank the nurses and staff of the Sussex Health Center Dialysis Dept.,the doctors, nurses and staff of the Saint John Regional Hospital of 4B South, NICU, and Dialysis Unit for their very kind attention to Charles. We thank Rev. Wally Collett for the lovely service in Charles’ honour and the ACW ladies for a wonderful reception.

Charles will be greatly missed by all of us. Betty Main and Family Sussex Herald - October 22, 2013


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Sussex Vale Transition House It’s our weekly Toonie 50/50 draw Play your number every week! Deadline to Play: 2pm Wednesday Winner will be announced Thursday at Noon

The Havelock WI Fall Rummage Sale will be held October 2125 from 12:00noon-4:00pm and 7:00-9:00pm at the Havelock Women's Institute Hall. Saturday is Toonie Day from 9:00am12:00noon. Everyone welcome. 2039

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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. 2280

Thanks to our church family at Havelock United Baptist Church, the social committee and Ross Osborne for all their support.

Thank you for the memorials and many expressions of sympathy we received due to the passing of our daughter and sister, Fern. After graduating from BRHS in 1962, Fern moved to Toronto. She lost her battle with cancer on September 9th, 2013.

God Bless You All, Bob & Alta Tait

The Reid Family of Belleisle

We wish to thank everyone who attended our 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration, for the beautiful cards, gifts and phone calls. A very special thank-you to our Children and Grand-children for making the day so special.

Sussex Herald - October 22, 2013



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FALL CARNIVAL & CRAFT SALE Join us for the 2nd Annual Apohaqui Elementary School Fall Carnival & Craft Sale on Saturday, October 26 from 9:00am3:00pm. Over 20 vendors all with handmade items or new products/services including sewing, knitting, crocheting, homemade crafts, nut-free baked goods, home decor, and much more. Start your Christmas shopping early, many great gift ideas! Canteen, cake walk, mock jail, kids games, a visit from Mr. Scarecrow, and more! Admission is a free-will offering with all proceeds going towards AES playground drainage improvements. Donations of $25 or more will receive a receipt for income tax, and every donation receives a ballot for a chance to win a door prize. It's sure to be a fun time for the whole family, so don't miss it! Thank you for supporting this AES Home and School Association fundraiser. 2270


Thank You The family of the late Pearl (Margaret) Tribe, who passed away on September 13th, 2013, would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the following people; The doctors and especially the nursing staff of the Sussex Hospital for their exceptional care. Everyone who visited the hospital, attended the funeral, made donations, sent cards, flowers, gifts of food and much more. Special thanks to the Reverend Wally Collette and the Ven. David Barrett for officiating the service. Thank you to the Apohaqui Anglican Church Women for the lovely reception. Carol Layden, of Wallace Funeral Home, for your professionalism and guidance. To Donna and Melissa, we are ever grateful for your love and support.

We tell children every day that they have the power within them to change the world, to make it a better place for their families, friends, strangers and themselves. But how can children do this? Children do not have access to money to purchase medications, clothing or groceries. Nor are they merchants, owning these types of products, with the authority to give them away. They do not have cars to transport those in need and they do not hold political offices that mandate social, financial or political policies. What children have is their innocence, enthusiasm and unique perspective on how the world operates. I have an apple. You are hungry. I will share my apple with you. 60 Elementary students at Cambridge-Narrows Community School will be focusing this year on developing respectful behaviours. In the third year of the RESPECT Project, partners Oromocto Superstore and Good Samaritan Food Bank, support students in developing their greater self. To date, Oromocto Superstore has donated $1550 worth of gift cards to the program. These gift cards have purchased over $2000 worth of food. This year’s contribution is $550 in gift cards. Students are practicing acting in respectful ways because what they do have control over is how they will choose to act. When teachers and peers catch students acting respectfully, they will award a RESPECT BUCK. On October 23 10:30am at the school, students will pool those RESPECT BUCKS to purchase food from our makeshift “superstore” and donate it to the Good Samaritan Food Bank. For more information about this program please contact: Linda Dempsey-Nicholson, Community School Coordinator at 4883519 or Nelson Arsenault, Principal at 488-3500. Please join us on October 23 at 10:30am, Cambridge-Narrows Community School and support these young world changers. 2289

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The family is making a donation to the Canadian Red Cross instead of separate “thank you” cards. Your compassion and understanding was appreciated more than words can express.

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1. Unkeyed 2. Recable 3. Sea eagles 4. Small social insect 5. __ Paulo, city 6. 2 man fight 7. Honey (abbr.) 8. Anno Domini 9. Malibu and Waikiki 10. To burst in 11. Mild yellow Dutch cheese 12. Liquefied natural gas 15. Douroucoulis 16. Spoiled child 17. Founder of Babism 21. Ireland 26. Love intensely 27. One who confronts boldly 28. Atomic #52 29. Feels concern or interest 30. Got up from 32. Sound of disappointment 33. Out of 100 (abbr.) 36. Actress Kerr 37. Irish Gaelic 38. 10 Commandments mountain 39. Morning 40. Straight downhill ski run 41. Angel’s crown 43. Canonized individuals 44. Old school tablets 46. Dip lightly into water 48. Traumatic anxiety disorder 50. Mineral spring resorts 51. Desoxyribonucleic acid 52. Greek cheese 54. Express pleasure 55. Don’t know when yet 56. 13th Hebrew letter 58. Chinese tennis star Li

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LAST BUT NOT LEAST! As the gardening season draws to a close there are a number of very important jobs that should be done if the joys of next spring are to be enjoyed to the full. Perhaps the most critical activity should be to bring in the bulbs, corms and tubers that will perish if they are left in the ground over winter; these include Gladioli, Dahlias, Crocosmia, (with the exception of Lucifer that seems to enjoy the cold, possibly a nice change from the fiery furnace that the name is associated with), and Canna lilies. By now their foliage will most probably look pretty withered due to the frost, they should be dug up and the foliage removed to within three inches of the base, careful drying over several days or weeks should be done where they will be protected from any more frosts; it’s best to brush off any earth and to divide large clumps into more manageable sizes. All of these can be stored in a cool dry frost free home until next spring, even though the plan is to keep them fairly dry, a regular check up during winter, about every six weeks, will weed out any that show signs of mould and present the opportunity to add a little spritz of water if they become too wizened. A dusting of sulphur powder will usually prevent the mould from forming. With the beautiful Indian summer that we are enjoying it may be necessary to bring out the mower again, this has the double advantage of tidying up the grass and chopping up the leaves that are late to fall. Once all the leaves are down it is much easier to see where one should be lopping and pruning and as long as the tree or bush is only reduced by a third of its branches, all will be well and some first class shaping can take place. This is also a good time to anchor some of the lower branches to promote the growth of new plants next spring, particularly good for Forsythia and the currant bushes. Any new roses that were planted this season would benefit from a little winter protection and if the rose was planted with the grafted part above ground this will be vital. An easy way to do this is to take some old boards about six inches deep and fashion a wee box to surround the stem of the bush out to about eight or ten inches; the boards can be held together ‘Red Green’ fashion, with duct tape and then the box should be filled with compost or some decent earth. Come spring it’s an easy matter to restore the boards to the shed for the next fall and to spread the good earth around the area. Most Azaleas will winter quite well but it won’t hurt to pamper any new chaps by the same method. Rhododendrons, being of the evergreen persuasion can be badly damaged by the winter winds if they are in an exposed situation and many people find it advantageous to provide some protection by means of a light burlap wrap supported by stakes around the perimeter of the plant....but not covering the top. If you wish to ‘cover’ plants against the ravages of winter (I don’t and they seem to survive well), make sure that the ground is well frozen before applying the ‘cover’, the purpose is to prevent the ground from thawing out during our unpredictable weather, not to keep the darlings warm! Have a great rest from all the manual labour, tuck into a few good books on gardening and wait eagerly for the return of the seed catalogues in late winter. Blessings, Betty. 0052




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By Debbie Hickey

KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS Some of you, like myself, may remember Art Linkletter’s television program where he would ask youngsters questions to elicit their “cute” answers. Others may remember Bill Cosby doing the same on a similar show in the 1990’s. Anyone who has lived with kids will recognize conversations like the following: Our eldest grandchild is amazing quick with the comeback, even though she is only seven. Perhaps this is because it is the only way she can survive, given the amount of time she spends with her Grumpy. A few days ago she was in the car with us on the way to Saint John and I listened to the following conversation: KID: Grumpy, are you speeding? GRUMPY: Maybe a little. What are you a traffic cop? KID: Yes. GRUMPY: Well get out . . . I don’t want a traffic cop in the back seat. KID: I don’t want a criminal in the front seat! Score: KID one, GRUMPY zero. A few days later, I was having a discussion with her about money. There is a computer game she enjoys which includes the opportunity to “work” for points/coins, which can then be used to buy items such as clothing, drives or pets. It is great not only for basic math concepts, but also the real world experience of working and spending and then not being able to buy something else because you just spent all your money on new boots! Somehow the conversation reached the point where I explained, “money doesn’t grow on trees”. The kid, as always was quick to reply: “It used to”. ME: I don’t think so; I’ve never seen it. KID: Yes it did, because money used to be made from paper and paper comes from trees. Can’t fault that logic! English proverb ~ "The soul is healed by being with children." Hope you all have an opportunity to enjoy the kids in your life. 0002


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Sussex Herald - October 22, 2013

CRAFT SALES COME TO THE 5TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFTERS’ SHOW on Saturday, November 9th, 9am – 3pm. Visit, pick-up your Christmas baking and unique Christmas gifts. Over 30 vendors to choose from. Free Admission, Sussex Lions Den, 58 Willow Court, Sussex. For more information 432-6859 or 433-5033. 11TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE - October 26, 9am-3pm at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 129 Route 124, Norton, NB. Fruitcakes, crochet, knitting, woodworking; something for everyone! CRAFT SALE/FLEA MARKET: Roachville Hall, Saturday, November 30 from 8am-2pm. Canteen available. For more information, contact Frances Long 432-1985, Phyllis Brown 433-4377. FIREWOOD SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD, quality hardwood, cut, split, delivered. Servicing new and loyal customers for over 10 years. Call 485-2349. FOR RENT PETITCODIAC: 2-BEDROOM house. References & damage deposit required. Newly renovated, new heat pump. Call Joyce at 506-756-8112 or 506-872-1542. FOR SALE MASSEY FERGUSON COMBINE for sale. Call 506-215-5711. TOOLS FOR SALE: Radial arm saw, DeWalt scroll saw, routers, router bits. Many others, too numerous to list. All in good working condition and priced to sell. Call 433-1542. SNOW BLOWER FOR SALE. Like new! Simplicity L-1730E snow blower. Under warranty until Nov 2013. $1,200. 756-2255. NOTICES THE SUSSEX FARMERS’ MARKET last day for the 2013 season is Friday, October 25, 2013 from 11-6 at 602 Main Street. Come visit, shop and stock up for the winter. The Market wishes to thank all its patrons and vendors for their support this season. We look forward to seeing you all again in May 2014. THE SALVATION ARMY in Sussex is looking for volunteers for the Thrift Store. Applications are available at the store, 138 Main Street, or at the Salvation Army Church. 433-2723 NORTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Parents Association will be holding their annual Christmas Expo at the Norton Legion on Saturday, November 16, 9:00am until 2:00pm. Various crafters and home based businesses will be on hand to start your Holiday shopping. Canteen will be available. To book your table please call Jodi at 433-3268.


2ND ANNUAL KV ANTIQUE SALE: Friday, November 1st - 2-8pm and Satuday, November 2nd - 10am-4pm at St Lukeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church Hall, 12 Quispamsis Rd, Quispamsis. Featuring quality antiques, furniture and collectibles. FREE ADMISSION! HUNTERSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BREAKFAST: Monday, October 28th 5am-9am at Havelock Memorial Hall. Sponsored by Havelock Baptist Social Committee. Menu: sausage, ham, scrambled and boiled eggs, pancakes and syrup, toast, juice, donuts, coffee, tea. $7. SERVICES OFFERED 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. RVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870. CARD READINGS BY DONNA. Member of Professional Psychic Tour. Ask about home parties and special events, tape recording provided., 849-0550.

ADDED TOUCH DOG GROOMING - Licensed groomer, 14 years experience. Now taking new clients (new staff added). Location: Corn Hill. 756-2880. MARITIME RIGGING - â&#x20AC;&#x153;Traction Chains,â&#x20AC;? wire rope, chain rope and accessories for marine, forestry, construction and industrial applications. Action Car & Truck Accessories dealer. Days/ evenings 832-1198. DO YOU NEED YARDWORK done? Call JDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Yardman at 4345843. We do Fall clean-up, mowing, trimming, yard maintenance, hedge trimming and odd jobs. 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. COMPACK EXCAVATION EQUIPMENT: French drains, wooden fences, post holes, small wooden decks and steps, snow plowing and blower, yard clean-ups. 506-639-0442. WANTED LOOKING FOR A DRIVE in the mornings to Hampton, MonFri. Will share gas. Phone 432-5696.



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