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“VOICES” There have been many voices raised against the recent forestry agreement by the government of NB to surrender even more of OUR Crown Land to the big forest companies. The argument by both government and industry is that we need to devastate our forests in order to create jobs in order to keep young people working here at home. However, like many overbearing parents, they have failed to ask these young adults whether they want to have our forests sacrificed on their behalf!! Last week I came upon an article published in the UNB student publication “Brunswickan” entitled “Merry Christmas, Mr Irving” written by Richard Kemick. Here are some excerpts. “The Irving family is the thirteenthlargest landowner in the world, beating Ted Turner and Sheik Hamad Bin Khalifa of Qatar. Furthermore, the twelve landowners that place ahead of the Irvings are all either monarchs or the Pope––who is obviously the monarch of our souls. While I, along with the majority of New Brunswickers, do not think too highly of Premiere Alward’s powers of deduction, the fact that the Irvings own our entire province and the fact that our province is largely populated by underemployed or unemployed citizens seems too coincidental to ignore.” “This province couldn’t have more cartoonishly evil environmental policies if they tried.” “Having a vibrant and unique ecosystem allows for the establishment of the financially lucrative industry of tourism, an industry that regenerates a lot faster than hardwood. However, because of this province’s dismal environmental record, New Brunswick’s largest tourism draw is coming to watch the annual migration of the majestic twenty-somethings fleeing the province.” Read the whole article at: thebruns.ca/ merry-christmas-mr-irving. It was great to discover how at least one young voice thought of this whole ugly affair, many thanks!!! My personal preference is to simplify the whole matter and even take the science out of the debate, because there are only two clear and simple facts that are not even debatable.
1. Crown land legally belongs to the people of New Brunswick and is managed on their behalf by the government. Documents from the government state: “Crown lands are managed in the best interest of the people of New Brunswick.” Seems pretty clear. 2. “Public Views on Forest Management in New Brunswick: Report from a Provincial Survey” carried out in 2007 by DNR by three local university professors (website:2.gnb.ca/content/ dam/gnb/Departments/nr-rn/pdf/en/ ForestsCrownLands/ForestSurvey.pdf ) While there is a lot of info there are two key points: a) The residents of New Brunswick want their forests to be managed for many values besides as a source of fibre. b) Residents rate 8 other groups and organizations that should have greater influence than the forest companies in managing our forests. Conclusion: The Government is abusing the trust and wishes of it’s residents and legal action should be taken to regain control of our forests. 0001
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ASK THE CHEF MERINGUE Colin Sifton here again from Holly’s Restaurant and Catering with another answer to your question. One of my first articles was on pie crust and how to pre-bake the crust without it changing shape. From this, I received a question on meringue and how to keep it from shrinking and weeping? Making meringue goes back to the mid 1600’s where both the French and the Swiss take credit for its invention. Meringue is made by beating egg whites until very stiff and adding sugar. The secret to a good meringue comes from three different factors. Your egg whites need to be very clean; no yolk, no shell and a very clean dry bowl. If your egg whites have any bacteria, you will not get a stiff peak egg. Next you add sugar until you get the consistency you require. Different sugars will produce different meringues. The more sugar you add the harder your meringue will be. You can stabilize your meringue by adding some acid. Most cooks will use cream of tartar
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but you can use vinegar. Meringue comes mainly in three different forms. French meringue, which most of us know from the top of the lemon meringue pie and simplest to make. This is the one described above. Italian meringue which is made with boiling sugar syrup instead of caster sugar. This gives a more stable soft meringue and found on such desserts as Baked Alaska and on lemon pie as well. This is the hardest meringue to perfect because your sugar temperature needs to be exact and if you add it too quickly it will cook your eggs. The third is a swiss meringue which is made over a double boiler until almost marshmallowy. They are baked in the oven and this gives the meringue a harder shell. This would be a meringue used in Pavlova. To keep your meringue from shrinking inwards, try to make sure you attach the meringue to the crust. This will hold it enough while you cook to brown your meringue when making a pie. As far as weeping or the sweating of meringue this is next to impossible to prevent. Weeping
is caused by moisture either in your pie or the humidity in your refrigerator. One of the controlling factors in preventing weeping is how much sugar you use. Not enough sugar will cause weeping as the sugars are inadequately dissolved in the egg. So you now have three different methods of making meringue. Play around with each of them to find the one that best works for you because that is the fun in baking; trying new things and methods to come up with our own version of a classic recipe. 0040
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WHAT’S HAPPENING Thursday, April 17 Dementia Support Group - a community group for families of those afflicted with dementia or Alzheimer’s, every third Thursday, 10:00am at the qplex in Quispamsis. All welcome. Friday, April 18 Good Friday - Chowder at St. Ann's Church, 135 Simpson Drive, Saint John East (located behind Stirling's Apples on Rothesay Ave) at 4:00 pm (following Good Friday Service). Tickets ( $10/for adults; $5/children) are available at weekend Mass or by contacting Marilyn at 633-0549 (evenings) or Pam 696-5303 (evenings). The church hall is wheelchair accessible. Sunday, April 20 Desa’s Sunday Night Country Jamboree, in support of the KV Food Basket at the Civic Centre in Quispamsis (above the firehall, wheelchair accessible). Doors open at 6:30, show at 7:00pm with KV Country Band and MC, Bob Henry. Admission $5 & non-perishable food donations welcome. 10 Year Warranty, Financing & Custom Service Contracts Available
Wednesday, April 23 Spring Fling Fashion Show, hosted by the Sea Belles, at the Portland United Church with entertainment by the Sea Belles and more. For tickets ($15) contact Bonnie 847-2729. A portion of the proceeds will go to Romero House and the Sophia Recovery Centre. For more information: seabelles.ca. Thursday, April 24 Bridge & Dessert Spring Fundraiser, 1:00pm at 4 Church Street, Rothesay (next to Post Office); sponsored by St. Paul’s ACW, tickets ($12) can be purchased or reserved by calling the Church office 8471812. Proceeds go to sending local youth to NB camps. Fri, April 25-Sat, April 26 St. David’s United Church Clothing Sale (Friday 4:00-8:00pm, Saturday 9:00am12:00noon) at 7 Gondola Point Road. Clothes, used toys & baby equipment. Proceeds to the Outreach Committee for local & international projects.
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Sunday, April 27 Warbler Workshop with the Saint John Naturalists Club and led by Jim Wilson. For more information on the upcoming activities and on the SJNC, visit: saintjohnnaturalistsclub.org and follow us on Facebook as “Nature Saint John”. Tuesday, April 29 Sussex Art Club meeting at 7:00pm in the Board Room of St. Paul’s Church Hall (4 Morrison Avenue). All who are interested in art are welcome.
Sunday, May 4 “It’s a Girl Thing” from 1:00-4:00pm at the SJ Arts Centre (20 Peel Plaza, across from the new Police Justice bldg). This fundraiser for Romero House and the SJ Vineyard Church Food Pantry & Outreach program will include a fashion show live music, door prizes and much more. Admission $6.
Friday, May 9 14 Annual Senior Wellness Fair from 12:30-3:30 at the Loch Lomond Villa, Simonds Lions Auditorium. Learn about safe & healthy living. Free admission, parking, refreshments & door prizes. For more information call 648-6056. Everyone welcome. th
Wednesday, April 30 SJ Branch, NB Genealogical Society meeting, 7:00pm in the SJ Free Public LIbrary’s Multipurpose Room. Program will be “Using NB Land Records in searching for genealogy clues” and John Elliott will share how to search the land selttment process. All welcome. Fri, May 2 & Sat, May 3 Fundy Library Region Book Sale in Market Square, Saint John - Friday (10:00am-8:00pm) & Saturday (10:00am3:00pm). Profits from the Book Sale are used to purchase new materials for the 10 public libraries in the Fundy Library Region Friday, May 2 Parish Nursing Workshop from 9:00am2:00pm at Holy Trinity Anglican Church (2 Hammond River Road). Open to the public with Parish Nurses as special guests. No charge, lunch provided. Free will offering for KV Outreach would be appreciated. RSVP (register) Barb 8470850 or email: ParishofHammondRiver@ bellaliant.com. All invited & welcome. Saturday, May 3 Quispamsis Lions Club Market & Pancake Breakfast. Flea Market from 8:00am-1:00pm, (tables $15 each - please reserve by April 26 - call Don at 847-2797. Breakfast 9:00-11:00am, $6/person, family rate available.
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HAMPTON HURRICANES BRING HOME SILVER After winning the Provincial Jr. C title for the second year in a row, the Hampton Hurricanes were off to Liverpool, Nova Scotia to defend their Maritime Hockey North Championship. After a record of 2–1–1 in round robin play, the Hurricanes would again face off against Hockey North, represented by the Kivalliq Canucks in the semi-final, the same team they tied 2–2 in the round robin. This had to be the game of the tournament. It became a goaltenders nightmare, with both teams firing 50 shots at each others net in a wide open, fast paced game. Hampton managed to score the extra goal for a 6–5 win to move on to the Championship Final. In the Championship Game on Sunday afternoon the Hurricanes were up against the Nova Scotia Champions, the Spryfield Silver/Black Attack, who would notch an empty net goal for a 3–1 win to secure the Atlantic title. Besides being able to defend the title and return home with the silver medal, two Hurricanes were named as First Line All Stars, goaltender Matthew Ingraham, for the second year in a row and forward
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COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS OF CANADA The Saint John Chapter of the Compassionate Friends was established April 13 of 2009. As we have reached our 5th year anniversary date, we want to gain more awareness and provide our community with support. By reaching out and helping those in need, through our own experience by offering support, understanding, grief education and ‘hope’ for the future to all parents who have experienced the death of a child. Our purpose is to aid in the positive reconciliation of grief and foster the physical and emotional health of bereaved parents and their surviving children. Our objective is to help those in their community, including family, friends, coworkers, employers and professionals to be supportive. The Saint John Chapter of The Compassionate Friends of Canada meets the second & last Monday of the month at St. Joseph's Community Centre, 116 Coburg Street from 7:00-9:00pm. For more information contact: Pamela Hopey 696-7786, Rose McPhee 672-7019 or email: Saintjohn@tcfcanada.net. 2718
KENNEBECASIS REGIONAL POLICE NEWS Elder Abuse can happen to anyone regardless of age or gender. It is also something that is extremely troubling and most people are unclear about what it is. In many cases of Elder Abuse, the abuser is usually someone the senior knows and trusts. This may include a spouse or family member, friends, or caregivers. The abuse may be a result of stress in the family, poor family relations, history of violence, alcohol or drug dependency, financial trouble, or a caregiver who is overwhelmed. Often the abuser will attempt to isolate the victim from other members of their family who may detect and report the abuse. There are many forms of Elder Abuse: Physical - any act of violence or rough treatment that causes injury or discomfort; Psychological - yelling, criticizing, threatening, or humiliating the senior; Chemical Abuse - misuse of medication, includes withholding medication or over-medicating; Sexual
Abuse - unwanted sexual contact; Financial Abuse - misuse of the senior’s money or property; Neglect - does not provide proper care (withholds food, health services, clothing, hygiene care). Some seniors do not report the abuse because they are embarrassed or too frail or ill to properly communicate. Some seniors feel that reporting the abuse or neglect will only make things worse and they fear retribution. No one should have to endure or tolerate abuse. Anyone can help a victim of abuse or neglect by contacting their local police department. An investigation will be launched immediately and the police will help assist the victim. Police can also contact other departments or refer the seniors and their family to other community programs designed to assist in these types of situations. Tips for Preventing Elder Abuse: Keep close ties with relatives; Learn to recognize the signs of abuse or neglect; -Discuss any concerns you may have with others. Keeping silent only encourages the abuse to continue. Speak up! Cst. Krystal Daley, Community Relations Officer. 0031
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GET FRESH WITH FOOD GETTING TO THE ROOT OF IT! According to Stats Canada, it is the 3rd leading cause of death for Canadian men. Almost 24,000 a year. Turmeric is a powerful force against prostate cancer. It’s a wonderful root, that we typically eat in powder form. Turmeric is one of the most medicinally packed foods I have read about. According to whfoods.org, it is also effective against Rheumatoid Arthritis, Cystic Fibrosis, high cholesterol and the prevention of Alzheimer's Disease. "In numerous studies, curcumin's [Turmeric Root] antiinflammatory effects have been shown to be comparable to the potent drugs hydrocortisone and phenylbutazone as well as anti-inflammatory agents such as Motrin." WOW!!! For many of you, turmeric is not as strange as you might think. It is an ingredient in every curry powder. Also, the active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, which is often prescribed in pill form to patients
who suffer from arthritis. However, the most powerful source is straight from the fresh root. I am certainly not telling you to ignore what your doctor prescribes, but foods as medicinal as turmeric should be consumed as often as possible. Incredibly, as outlined by sources on whfoods.org, in 2005, curcurmin was featured in a study that compared it to the chemotherapy drug, Taxol. Mice were given human breast cancer directly into their lungs and separated into four groups (I know it is horrible, I am not endorsing animal cruelty). The first test group received no treatment as a control group. One test group received just Taxol, another test group received just curcurmin and the fourth received both Taxol and curcurmin. After five weeks, 95% of the control group had developed lung cancer, which is not surprising since they received no treatment. 75% of the group that received Taxol developed lung tumours, despite the powerful chemo drug. However, 50% of the curcurmin group had fought off the cancer and of the group that received both curcurmin
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and taxol, only 22% had any evidence of lung cancer. This means that curcumin alone, was more than twice as effective as the chemo drug and the two treatments combined compounded their efficacy. I know you are thinking, but Dave, how do I use it in my cooking? My favourite way is in a tea. I take a finger of turmeric and rinse it off. I cut it into chunks that will fit in my garlic press. I squeeze the turmeric through into a mug, one chunk at a time, cleaning out the bits of peel as I go. Then I add a couple spoons of honey to the mug and generously shake in some cloves, nutmeg and Ceylon cinnamon. Finally, I add some hot water, stir it all up and drink it. I also love to add turmeric to my juices, soups, stir fries and anywhere you'd normally use ginger. As you'd expect, Kredl's sells organic fresh and ground turmeric. 0039
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You’ve passed 50 and sailed past retirement and now you’re into “The Golden Years”. Your free time has likely increased and your responsibilities have likely decreased and the candles on your cake cast a warm glow through the room. So, now that you’re here, how
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5 Ways to Make Sure Your Golden Years Stay Golden lifting weights while you watch TV; start light, go slow and keep that pace. Balance and flexibility can be covered by a stretch in the morning and a stretch before bed. Try standing on one foot to improve your balance, hold on to a chair or table if you need to. Remember to stay well hydrated when you exercise, unless your doctor has specifically advised against drinking lots of fluids. Staying active can actually help to reduce your risk of fall sand injury. By building muscle and staying flexible you are more likely to be able to keep your balance than someone who hasn’t stayed active. Maintaining these four aspects of your fitness will help you stay active and healthy for years to come.
our life becomes less troubled by the logistics of working life and all the little problems and challenges that we deal with. Keeping your mind sharp will help you enjoy your later years. There’s a reason why there’s a crossword in all the daily papers, (and ours too) because they can help keep your mind sharp. If crosswords aren’t for you, there’s plenty of other ways to keep your mind active. Searchwords are one, BrainAge games can be another. Any activity that keeps you thinking and learning will be great to keep your mind active. Take up a hobby, something that you’ve been interested in but never had the time to pursue. The important thing is that it keeps you turning things over in your
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If you have an interest in wild birds, mammals, fish, amphibians, wildflowers, geology, or any other aspect of our natural world, why not consider attending a meeting of the Saint John Naturalists’ Club (SJNC) or taking part in our diverse selection of workshops and field trips? The Monday, May 12 regular club meeting 7:00pm at the NB Museum in Market Square features John Klymko who will discuss the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas. On Saturday, May 3 Paul Mansz will lead a field trip to the Jemseg area for Waterfowl and Spring Migrants. On Saturday, May 10 Jim Wilson will lead a Warbler Identification workshop at the Rockwood Park Interpretation Centre. As seats are limited for this workshop, please pre-register with Joanne Savage by calling 847-4245 or emailing her at davidsavage@ rogers.com. Meetings, workshops and outings are open to one and all without charge, Saint John Naturalists’ Club members or not. For more information on the upcoming activities and on the SJNC, visit: saintjohnnaturalistsclub. org, follow us on Facebook as “Nature Saint John” or call Hank Scarth at 216-0624. 2567
More than 4,000 years old, the labyrinth has left its trace in virtually every culture and spiritual tradition world-wide - the Cretan (classical seven circuit), medieval (classical 11 circuit), the Kabbala, the Hopi Medicine Wheel and Tibetan sand paintings are all examples of labyrinths. In recent times, the labyrinth has reemerged, appearing in parks, hospitals, recreation centers and even people’s backyards and is being used as a grounding tool to calm the mind, open the heart, and promote health and wellbeing. A non-denominational walking meditation, how it works is not fully understood. Following the singular circuitous path, as it meanders into the center in a clockwise motion and moves out from the center counter clockwise, is thought to quiet the mind by suspending linear thought, allowing the imagination, memory and intuition to work together — much like guided imagery. Come learn about the labyrinth at one of the three Talks & Walks: Friday, April 18 from 6:00-7: 30pm; Saturday, April 19 from 10:00am-11:30am 1:00-2:30pm at InterAction School of Performing Arts,
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Foundation Aims to Inspire Community to Attend Annual Event In Record Numbers Loch Lomond Villa Foundation is hosting the 13th Annual Spring Fundraising Dinner and Auction, “Viva Las Villa” on Friday May 2nd, 2014 at the Saint John Trade & Convention Centre. The annual lobster dinner event will feature live entertainment, silent and live auctions, eliminator and 50/50 draws and numerous chances to win big at the fun money casino. Enjoy an exciting evening out with friends, family or co-workers while supporting this local charity.
With the help of supporters, Loch Lomond Villa has become the #1 choice for families and individuals waiting to enter a long term care home in our region. Conscious of the changing demographics in New Brunswick, Loch Lomond Villa is committed to growing and adapting their facilities to meet the growing needs within of
New Brunswicker’s. Confirm your event ticket(s) today, as tickets to this event are limited. Casual or theme dress welcome. Tickets are $100 each and guests may reserve a table of eight or ten. A charitable taxdeductible receipt will be issued for a portion of the ticket price. For tickets or
donations please contact the Foundation office at 506-643-7110 or purchase tickets online by visiting www.lochlomondvilla.com. Contact: Kristen Wheaton Foundation Director Phone 506-643-7110 Email: foundation@ lochlomondvilla.nb.ca
All proceeds from this event will fund the construction and furnishing of a glassed in solarium for ninety residents currently living on the original site of the Loch Lomond Villa. A solarium will provide residents with a warm safe space, with access to nature and natural sunlight to spend time with family and friends. The total cost of the solarium project to raise is $120,000. Loch Lomond Villa Foundation’s mission to “improve the quality of life for the residents and families of Loch Lomond Villa” is made possible through support from local and surrounding communities. As the largest senior citizen’s complex operating in New Brunswick, Loch Lomond Villa provides safe housing with various levels of health care and social service programs to more than 500 people challenged by age or disability in the community including; long term nursing care, supportive housing assistance, independent living options and a community outreach program.
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RHS WIN AT PROVINCIAL CURLING The Rothesay High School Boys’ team won the provincial title for their division in the final draw by a score of 8-5 over Sussex Regional High School boy’s team. The teams had to play two draws to determine the winner. Sussex boys won the first draw by a score of 8-7. Team members for Rothesay High School consisted of: skip - John Gibbons; third - James Duffley; second - Jack Kerr; leadPatrick Flood; Coach - James McKay. Thank you to the players, families, coaches, and the Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club for a great weekend of curling. 2715
QMS INVITES YOU TO DINNER! Quispamsis Middle School has a team of teachers who facilitate a group of students called, "Triple C" (Caring Cougars Club). We are a "We School", partnered with Free The Children, which is an organization founded by fellow Canadian, Craig Keilberger, in which groups of youth across Canada join together and are encouraged to promote positive change in the world through volunteerism. We are currently involved in the "We Create Change" campaign and have committed for the next three years to raise enough funds to build a school in Haiti youtube.com/watch?v=gnqecT1KlfY. As part of our efforts to raise funds for this cause, we have teamed up with Boston Pizza in Saint John on Saturday, April 26 from 12:00-3:00pm. Our students will help the servers during that time period and in exchange, receive 10% from the total of all the bills produced for those three hours.
So, bring this article into Boston Pizza on Saturday, April 26 between 12:003:00pm and help support our efforts to build a school in Haiti! 2734
LOCAL PEEWEE GIRLS’ HOCKEY Female hockey in the KV had a breakout season this year, led by the Peewee Vipers team coached by George Georgoudis. The Vipers captured first place in the PeeWee A division year-long standings, and captured three tournament banners over the season. The first banner was won at the Hampton Christmas tournament versus the Saint John Mighty Chicks, but the season was capped off by victories at the Southern New Brunswick Female Hockey League Day of Champions against the Carleton Mighty Chicks; and then last weekend with a victory at the Provincial female Peewee A championship game against their year-long rivals the KV Kobras. KV female hockey overall had a breakout season this year, with the PeeWee level showing an increase from 19 to 30 skaters in one year, and both teams leapfrogging over our neighbouring associations into the 'A' division. Both Peewee teams advanced into the finals at provincials all in three short years of development. 2735 L-R: Sohrab Lutchmedial (coach); Julia Lloyd; Olivia Scott; Meaghan Nouwens; Abi Verner; Tom White (coach); Emily Nauss; Allie White; Aly Scholten; Miriam Lutchmedial (G); Jeff Reid (coach); Madison Graves; Sophie Irving; Madeline Aldridge; Emily McCormack; Jill Irving (coach); Abby Scholten; Kate Palmer; Diggy Khaled Abdalnaby (G); Sophia Georgoudis; Rachel Reid; George Georgoudis (coach). Missing from photo: Jamie Scholten (manager).
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ROTHESAY RECREATION NEWS Rothesay Arena: Public skating programs are now finished for the 201314 ice season. Please e-mail KeriFlood@ rothesay.ca to be added to the “Open Ice” distribution list for private rentals. Spring Clean Up: Solid Waste Pick-up Monday, May 12 all items must be at the curbside by 7:00am regardless of your scheduled pick-up day. Organic Pick-up - Monday, May 19 all items must be at the curbside by 7:00am regardless of your scheduled pick-up day. Summer Programs: Stay tuned for information on Summer programs! Jumpstart & P.R.O. Kids: Rothesay is a member of the Greater Saint John Chapter of the Canadian Tire Jump Start program, helping young people increase their physical activity. Each year (May & September), funds are allocated to give children in need, an opportunity to register for sports and recreation programs. The process is easy and done in complete confidence. For more information, to make a referral or
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The Christian celebration of Easter marks the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. So where does the Easter Bunny come from and why do we sometimes celebrate Easter in March and sometimes in April. Because Easter is what is known as a movable feast. It is celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon following the March Equinox. This means that the date can vary anywhere from March 22 until April 25. Many other Christian celebrations also move around the calendar in relation to the celebration of Easter.
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So, where did the egg laying rabbit come from? Rabbits and eggs have traditionally been tied to spring as symbols of fertility and rebirth celebrated by many religions around the world. The first mention of an Easter Bunny came from the Germans in the 1600s as The Oschter Haws (Easter Hare). A bunny who laid coloured eggs who would give them as gifts to good children. The Pennsylvania Dutch brought the tradition to the new world and fast forward 400 years and we have our modern Easter bunny who brings chocolates and small toys to children for Easter.
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It was in 1950 that the Easter Bunny adopted the name, Peter Cottontail. Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins wrote the song “Here Comes Peter Cottontail”, Gene Autry sang it and it peaked at number 3 on the charts. Gene Autry is also the man behind the songs “Here Comes Santa Claus” & “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”. The first mention of Peter Cottontail came from Thornton Burgess whose fictional bunny, Peter Rabbit, changed his name for a short period. The name Peter Cottontail has been associated with the Easter Bunny ever since. The coloured eggs that the Easter Bunny delivered were dyed red (the color of blood to represent Christ’s sacrifice) & green, to represent spring. Eggs were originally dyed by boiling them in water with flower petals, but nowadays we can use special kits, food colouring, or fruit-drink powders. HAPPY EASTER
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LISTEN IN by Jeﬀ Liberty Growing up on the family farm I enjoyed a steady diet of daydreaming, clean living and Canadian country music compliments of our families vinyl, cassette and 8-track collection. Fond memories included watching the musical variety shows the “Family Brown Country” on CJOH television in Ottawa and of course, The Tommy Hunter show on CBC. Canada’s first lady of Country music, Carroll Baker, was one of his frequent guests and a mainstay on our record player in the house. Baker even had her own series on CBC in the early 80’s. Carroll Baker is making her return to Saint John at the Imperial Theatre on April 29, much too many area country music lovers’ joy! I sent her off some questions on how she was discovered and other things I had on my mind. Here is that interview! “I was discovered by George Petralia at a Jamboree near Markham Ontario in 1969. I don't recall the exact date as I never was one for fine details. Anyway, I used to go there to do this Jamboree on
Sundays, and George Petralia was there and approached me a few times about the possibility of making a record. I kept insisting I was not interested in making a record, but he was relentless. One evening, I thought I'm not sure about this guy, maybe I should tell him to go and talk to my husband. When he went to meet up with my husband John, I was approached by his wife Rasty, and she was an absolute wonderful lady so I thought hey, if he has a lovely wife like this he must be an okay guy. “Listen In” - It's been a long time since you were last in Saint John to perform! What could a new fan going to see a Carroll Baker show expect? “I am so looking forward to returning to Saint John. It has been many, many years since I last did a show there. I had been advised that my ticket sales would not be great there and that I should perhaps skip Saint John, and then we found out there were no weekend dates available at The imperial Theatre, it was looking pretty dark for the date. I really wanted to return so we went ahead and booked
a Tuesday night, not the best day for a concert. When I saw ticket sales were slower in Saint John than any of my other concerts, I certainly was disappointed, but there was no way I wanted to have the show cancelled due to lack of ticket sales. We would just have to find a way to make it work. My husband took over the date and we were on the hook for the loss if that was to happen. It would be great to get a sell out so I could let the others know that all is well in Saint John with Country Music. However, if I don't sell out, the show will not be any different than any other show I do. The show is called Thanks For The Memories and I want to thank my fans in the area for their support. They will get the best show I can give them. Each person who is at that show deserves no less. I want them all to know. “I am 65”, "Still" alive, and "Singing" Live. I will prove it at the concert!!!” 0041
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LIBRARY NEWS KV LIBRARY NEWS 1 Landing Court, Quispamsis, 849-5314 All are welcome to attend the Library’s upcoming Adventures of Elephant and Piggie puppet show on Friday, March 21 at 10:30am and 3:30pm. We hope that you enjoy the show! Back by popular demand: Free Professional Development Series. Let us help you gain the skills you need to write a convincing cover letter and resume, and to deliver an impressive interview - sure to get you the job!: Tuesday, April 22 from 4:00-5:00pm, Resumes and Cover Letters for Teens; Tuesday, April 29 from 4:00-5:00pm, Interview Skills 101 for Teens. New in April, Wednesdays, until April 30 from 10:30am-12:00pm: eReading Made Easy - Bring your personal eReader to one of our group workshops and we’ll help you get set-up to borrow from the Library’s electronic collection. We promise to do our best to find answers to
all of your eReader questions! Registration for these programs is free and required due to limited seating. Please call 849-5314 to register. Our friendly library staff is available to answer any questions you may have regarding this program or other services available to you at your Library. Please call or visit us today. 0018
FAIRVALE OUTING ASSOCIATION NEWS 8 River Road, Rothesay, 847-4066 The Fairvale Outing Association is a non-profit organization available for rentals for weddings, showers, parties and other community events. Home cooked catering is also available. The hall is also available for benefits at no cost. To inquire about our new lower rates, please contact Jeanie at 847-8332.
Sundays: General Meetings are held the first Sunday of the month at 6:00pm. Tuesdays: Starlight Promenaders Square Dance Club meets 7:30-10:00pm. For more info contact Pat & Jim McLean at 763-2634. Wednesdays: T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a weight loss support group which meets from 6:00-7:30pm. New members are welcome. For more information contact Brenda - bennyl@ nb.sympatico.ca or 653-7585. Wednesdays - 7:30pm, Crib, everyone welcome. For more info contact Sam Gauvin at 847-8261. Thursdays: Bingo, doors open at 6:00 and games begin at 6:55pm. Regular games, specials, early games, building jackpots for Bonanza; Lucky 7; Pyramid; and Treasure Chest games. For more information please contact Margaret Chambers at 849-6980. For Memberships contact Paula Patterson at 849-9757. Memberships are also available on Thursdays at Bingo canteen or at the bar when it is open for an event. New members and volunteers are always welcome. Saturday, May 10 - 8:00am-1:00pm, Flea Market. To rent a table ($10), contact Jeanie at 847-8322. 0035
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QUISPAMSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT Blood Donor Clinic: 70 Blood Donors needed! Please visit the qplex on Wednesday, April 16 from 5:00-8:00pm. For more information please call 1-888236-6283 or visit: blood.ca. Community Spring Expo: This is the perfect time to register for many of the upcoming spring and summer activities. Drop by the qplex conference centre and visit the numerous booths for sports, youth service groups, music, crafts and more! Thursday, April 17 from 6:30-8:30pm. Annual Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday, April 19 - 2:00pm at the Arts & Culture Park Children 10 and under are invited to bring their Easter baskets and take part in this annual spring tradition. Please arrive on time at the Park’s clock and leave your dog at home, as many people attend this popular event. If the weather is inclement the event will be cancelled. 849-5778. Earth Day: Celebrate Earth Day by making Quispamsis both cleaner and greener. The 11th Annual Community Clean-up will take place across the Town on Tuesday, April 22. Garbage bags are available at the Town Hall and litter drop-off bins are available at
the Quispamsis Memorial Arena and James Rolfe Field parking lot for residents and community groups that clean their local streets and neighborhoods. For additional ideas on how to make the community greener visit: earthday.ca. Dinner With an Olympic Champion: Twotime Olympic men's moguls champion Alex Bilodeau and his brother Frederic will take part in the third annual Vito's Fundraising Dinner on Thursday, June 5 7:00pm at the qplex. For more information, please call 848-5903. Up-coming: Some additional items for your calendar: Thursday, May 1 – TownWide Yard Sale location registration deadline; Friday, May 2 – Beach Volleyball registration deadline; Monday, June 2 – 50+ Friendship Games, register until May 22. Twitter: For the latest on what’s happening at the qplex, such a public skating schedules and walking track hours, follow us on Twitter @Quispamsisqplex. Q-mail: If you would like to be added to our email list please email mlucas@quispamsis. ca. Once added to the list you will receive emails about upcoming special events and programs. Calendar of Events: The Town website hosts a user-friendly webcalendar, an interaction opportunity for local community groups,
etc. Please let us know if you would like to have your upcoming event posted on this Calendar of Events page. For additional information on future programs, registration forms, special events and facility bookings please visit our websites: quispamsis.ca and qplex. quispamsis.ca or drop us a line at 849-5778 (Town Hall) or 848-5900 (qplex). Submitted By: Megan Lucas, Program Director. 0008
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Up, Up & Away by Ellen Tucker ZIP ACROSS THE EMERALD ISLE IN STYLE Our strong Irish heritage makes anyone with Irish blood wish to visit Ireland, with good reason! It’s beautifu accommodations suit every taste and budget, the cuisine is creative, and a warm welcome awaits you. Until recently, the journey was awkward, with no non-stop flights from Canada. You drove to Boston or connected through London. It’s not non-stop from NB, but a Westjet flight from St. John’s, NL is popular and connections are possible from Halifax. Once in Ireland, you’ll be surprised by the choices in accommodation and transportation. Here are a few options: Coach tours: These range from budget to 5-star; from a few days to a few weeks; to every nook and cranny of the Emerald Isle. Tour operators provide a choice of large coaches, or intimate ones. Self-drive: You’ll adjust easily to driving on the left. Except in major cities, there’s little traffic, and you can stop when you
please. Many packages include vouchers for hotels or B&Bs, to book as you go. If you prefer, you can hire an experienced driver/guide - a great way to learn Irish history, customs and traditions. By rail: Yes, there are trains in Ireland! Irish Rail (Iarnród Éireann) fans out from Dublin to all major centers. In the countryside you can take a GoCar, a partnership with Irish Rail, for a combination of main line plus flexibility for onward travel. GoCar is a ‘members only’ car-sharing service, renting cars and vans by the hour, or the kilometre. Vehicles are available around Dublin, Cork, and 14 other stations in the Iarnród Éireann network. Also Rail Tours Ireland does a full range of day and multi-day tours. A caravan: Now that’s different! Before trains and cars, Irish nomads moved by horse-drawn caravans. Like a modern camper, they served as transport by day, and lodging by night. You can step back in time and experience the old tradition. For one or more nights, up to four people can travel, cook and sleep in a caravan,
meander slowly along country roads, chatting at farms and pubs along the way. Horse-drawn caravan rentals are available from Clissmann Horse Caravans in County Wicklow, Mayo Horse Drawn Caravan Holidays in County Mayo and Kilvahan Horse Drawn Caravans in County Laois. But remember, you won’t go far, and you can’t pick it up in one village, and drop it in another. Finally, horses! Discover Ireland's beauty and history on horseback. In six days you can trek 140 Miles from County Galway to the Burren and the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, with Equestrian Holidays Ireland. As if those are not enough, you can walk, hike, cycle, rent a Harley (irishbike. com) or go by barge (see the Ireland section at: locaboat.com/en). "Céad mílle fáilte". 0043 Ellen Tucker is the owner and president of Freedom Tours and Travel. She has over twenty years experience in the travel industry. You can also listen to Ellen talk about travel on CBC 91.3 fm.
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CHURCH CHART Lord, Our Lord, Your Glorious Name Lord, our Lord, your glorious name All your wondrous works proclaim; In the heavens with radiant signs Evermore your glory shines. Infant voices chant your praise, Telling of your glorious ways; Weakest means work out your will, mighty enemies to still. Moon and stars in shining height Nightly tell their Maker’s might; When I view the heavens afar, Then I know how small we are. Who are we that we should share In your love and tender care, Raised to an exalted height, Crowned with honour in your sight. With dominion crowned, we stand O’er the creatures of your hand; All to us subjection yield, In the sea and air and field.
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“He saith to the snow, Be thou on the earth. Job 37:6” God’s works are very great, but still His hands do not appear: Though heaven and earth obey His will, His voice we cannot hear. And yet we know that it is He Who moves and governs all, Who stills the raging of the sea, And makes the showers fall. Alike in mercy He bestows The sunshine and the rain; That which is best for us He knows, And we must not complain. Whether He makes His winds to blow, And gives His tempests birth, Or sends His frost, or bids the snow, “Be thou upon the earth.”
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Easter Services in the Anglican Churches in Quispamsis St. Augustine's - Quispamsis Corner of Pettingill and Quispamsis Roads
Minister: Rev. Audrey Lounder Music Director: Terri-Lynn McNichol
We worship every Sunday morning at 9:55 am
Good Friday Service, April 18th at 12pm
Maundy Thursday - April 17 - 7:00 pm Easter Sunrise Service - April 20 - 6:30am Meenan’s Cove Beach Easter Celebration - April 20 - 9:55am
Easter Sunday Holy Eucharist, April 20th at 11am
We believe that God’s message is as relevant today as it has been through history and should be communicated in ways that speak to our diverse community about issues that are meaningful now.
St. Luke's - Gondola Point 12 Quispamsis Rd.
(down by the Kennebecasis River) Maundy Thursday Holy Eucharist, April 17th at 7pm Good Friday Service, April 18th at 11am
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Easter Sunday Holy Eucharist, April 20th at 10am
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9:30am Easter Breakfast 11:00am Easter Service
Holy Trinity - Hammond River 2 Hammond River Rd Maundy Thursday Holy Eucharist, April 17th at 7pm Easter Sunday Holy Eucharist, April 20th at 9am
St. Mark’s Catholic Parish A warm welcome awaits you
171 Pettingill Road, Quispamsis • Phone: 849-5111 stmarksparish.ca • firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor: Don Breen
The Celebration of Easter Holy Thursday - April 17th Saturday - April 19th Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:00 pm Easter Vigil 8:00 pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Principle Celebration of the year 8:00 pm - 12:00 pm (Reception to follow) Good Friday - April 18th Good Friday Service 2:00 pm Way of the Cross 7:00 pm
Easter Sunday - April 20th Services - 9:00 am & 11:15 am
Regular Weekend Mass Times: Saturday - 5:00 pm Sunday - 9:00 am & 11:15 am
If you have been away from the Church, know that you have been missed. April 15th - April 28th, 2014
BENEFIT FOR BROWN FAMILY A Benefit for the Brown family Quispamsis will be hosted by the Island View Lions Club (9 Market Street, Quispamsis) on Saturday, April 26 from 6:30pm-12:00mid-night. Kevin J. Brown is a hardworking husband and father from Quispamsis. His wife Melissa, and their three kids; Hayley, Jordan, and Jackson rely on the income that he brings into the household. Kevin recently suffered from a subarachnoid aneurysm, a truly life altering event which required emergency surgery. After a long hospital stay, Kevin will require at least one year of home based recovery. There will be a dance, silent auction, and cash bar with an optional donation fee for door entry. Musical entertainment will be provided by acclaimed Saint John band "Hot Fuss". To donate auction items you can contact Tasha at 333-5927 or visit “The Brown Family Fundraising Auction and Dance” on Facebook. The Browns thank you for any help you may be able to provide during this difficult time. 2739
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KV CAMERA CLUB All are welcome to the KVCC Kennebecasis Valley Camera Club - we meet the first Tuesday of the month from 7:30-9:00pm, September to June, at the Kennebecasis Select Funeral home, 152 Pettingill Road, Quispamsis. Meeting agenda includes guest speakers, workshops, audio visual presentations and competitions. Bring your enthusiasm and watch your photography skills grow. For more information call Karl Maskos 8474411 or visit our website at: kvcameraclub. com. G14
SOPHIA RECOVERY CENTRE The Sophia Recovery Centre is a nonresidential facility for female youth and women recovering from addiction. It’s a place that is safe for all women and offers a 12-step spirituality-based program of recovery, professional counselling and many other services There are no waiting lists and all services are free of charge. We are open 9:00am4:00pm, Monday to Friday. You’re invited
to attend our regular women's only open AA meetings. We look forward to speaking with you. Find us on Facebook under Sophia Recovery Centre. G062
NB FESTIVAL OF MUSIC The 78th Annual New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music will be held April 21-May 3 at five venues in Saint John. CarletonKirk United Church - Jr. & Sr. Strings/ Instrumental; Portland United Church - Jr. & Sr. Vocal/Musical Theatre; St. Mark's United Church - Jr. & Sr. Piano/Community Choirs; Saint John High School - School Choirs/ Piano Concertos/Orchestras; Harbour View High - Bands. Programs are available at Veronica's Music Store on Germain Street or at any of the venues. Daily Admission is $5. April Mills Junior STAR Concert at Portland United Church on Saturday, April 26 at 6:30pm. Admission: $8/adults; $4/students; $20/family (4). Tickets are available at the door. Founders' Night "Gala" Concert at Saint John High School on Saturday, May 3 at 7:00pm. Admission: $10/adults; $5/students; $25/family (4). Tickets are available at the door. 2730
VOLUNTEER BREAKFAST AT KWCC Volunteer breakfast Volunteers are an integral part of any not-for-profit organization. We recently celebrated our Volunteers at Kings Way Care Centre with a delicious pancake breakfast and all the fixings. The atmosphere was jovial and fun with our Leadership Team flipping pancakes while making everyone feel welcome and appreciated. Volunteering brings together a diverse range of people with varied backgrounds. Our most junior volunteer started with us when she was in Grade 5 - Julia Hope has given us many hours of dedication in the two years she has been coming in after school, on weekends and for special events such as the Family Fun Day. In addition, our most senior volunteer is in her eighties and enjoys many visits in a week. It takes a community to raise children and also to enhance the lives of elders who were once active participants in our society. We thank you for all that you do and the smile and love you bring to our homes.
Albert Schyf, with CEO Judy Lane, has given over 1,000 hours of his time to benefit our home and residents. If you like to have fun, socialize, bake, read, do crafts, garden or enjoy participating in events in the
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community, please give us a call at 847-1131 or drop in to see us! 0025
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April 15th - April 28th, 2014
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DRAW WINNER New owner - same location, services, products and same exquisite style!
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER TAX PROGRAM The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is available free of charge to single taxpayers with income under $30,000, or couples under $40,000. Volunteers do not accept returns for those who are self-employed, in bankruptcy proceedings, or just deceased. This year’s clinic will again be held at the same location (St. Paul’s Church in
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Rothesay) on Tuesdays from 9:00am12:00noon and 1:00-3:00pm each Tuesday in April. No appointments are necessary; service is on a first-come firstserved basis. Clients may, if they wish, fill in an information sheet and leave their returns for completion later (normally by the next week). For a full listing of other clinics in the area (Hampton - Grand Bay), or for further information on the Volunteer Program, visit: cra-arc.gc.ca, or call tollfree 1-855-516-4405 for the Saint John area coordinator of the program. 2654
KV Drugs won Ossekeag’s Customer Appreciation Draw. Our KV Sales Rep, Vanessa Robichaud, presented Brian Green of KV Drugs with his certificate for a half-page ad in the Valley Viewer. Congratulations Brian, thanks for helping us connect communities. 2732
MUSINGS by Debbie Hickey SNOW BUNNIES AND OTHER SCARY THINGS As Easter approaches and the snow hangs on, I remembered an Easter when the kids were young and they went out with their father to build a large snow Easter bunny instead of a snowman. It was out on the front lawn and was truly a thing of beauty. Well. . . to everyone but our dog. At that time we had a lovely golden retriever by the name of Sassy. If you are not familiar with the breed, picture a long haired yellow lab and you will be close enough. But it was a good thing she was beautiful and kind and gentle, because she sure wasn’t very smart. For whatever reason, Sassy had been in the house with me while the bunny construction was going on. When I let her out with me to go view the masterpiece, she raced around the corner to join the kids on the lawn, stopped dead upon sighting the snow bunny and gave a pretty good bark. When the bunny didn’t run, she did!
There was another time Michael had gotten a new truck. . . well, at least new to him. He has owned a brand new tractor, but never a brand new truck. Go figure. . . at any rate, once again let Sassy out of the house, dead stop at the sight of the new truck parked in the yard where the old truck normally sat, one bark and she was outta there! But she wasn’t always a “scaredy cat” dog. There was the time I and the kids came downstairs on a Sunday morning to have breakfast, I opened the door between the porch and the kitchen to let the dog out and discovered Sassy stretched out on the porch mat with a buddy. The buddy was a young man whom I did not recognize, and he did not stir. I promptly sent one of the kids back upstairs to get Micheal (thinking perhaps he knew the individual sound asleep in our porch), and meanwhile I let the dog out for her
morning run. The fellow did not stir until we were finishing up our breakfast, at which time he blearily insisted he knew the people in this house. Seems someone had dropped him off at the ferry and he was hoofing it to a friend’s house. Thought he was there, but obviously he was not. Sassy seemed quite content to have company on her mat, but Mike insists that had the fellow attempted to steal the silver she would have been all over him! “You can say any fool thing to a dog and the dog will just give you this look that says, 'My GOSH, you're RIGHT! I NEVER would've thought of that!” ~ Dave Barry. 0002
COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM COTTAGE, West Point, PEI. On the water. Fully furnished. $550 weekly Sat-Fri. Going Fast. 832-3333. 2 BEDROOM, UNHEATED, Kingston Peninsula 832-3333 ROTHESAY, 2-BEDROOM, newly updated, appliances, Internet included. Clean, secure building, near schools, shopping, bus. No pets. $560/month. 640-2017. FOR SALE FOR SALE 2004 36 1/2 foot Titanium Fifth Wheel with double slide-out. Marlene Dixon 832-0992 SERVICES OFFERED HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Sales and services of overhead doors, operators and weather stripping of all models. Phone 485-2151. WEDDING OFFICIANT - plan ceremony celebrating love & commitment; when, where, how you wish. Book now for best dates. Janet 847-9833. BUYING JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailers, motor homes, farm machinery. I pay you cash. Call 721-4255. SPRING’S HOUSE CLEANING SERVICE. See how much time you can free up for as little as $40.00 per week. 639-2421
BRIAN’S MAINTENANCE & Home Repair, carpentry, kitchens, bath, painting, ceramic tile, electrical, etc. Over 20 years experience. Free estimates. Call Brian 839-2296. WE HAUL AWAY junk cars, trucks, tractors and farm equipment. Small fee for appliances and small scrap. Drop off site 54 Backland Road, Kingston. 763-2933 or 333-9067. VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY & REFINISHING Craftsmanship. RV’s, boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870. RITE WAY CLEANERS is now accepting new clients for residential and commercial cleaning. We also offer one-time cleaning of your house or apartment. 832-3894. (Bold Everything) FREE SCRAP METAL DROP OFF. All car parts, batteries, lawn mowers, washers & dryers, pots & pans, scrap metal etc. Free junk car and truck removal. Free refrigeration disposal. Open 7 days/week, 187 French Village Road. Phone 847-3569. FOOT CARE SERVICE: Registered Foot Care Nurse is now accepting clients for in-home footcare. Please contact Shirley for an appointment at 832-2126. 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. 832-3982 or 653-0026.
FIREWOOD CUT, SPLIT and delivered. Good prices. Maple and yellow birch. 839-2967, cell 567-0318. Shaklee has harnessed the power of nature for more than 58 years. Treat yourself to their unaltered natural vitamins and minerals. Nutritional Consultant Connie Titus 847-2312 or email@example.com GETTING MARRIED (BOOK EARLY). Civil weddings performed when and where you choose. Telephone 847-2079. 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. 506-849-0550 or firstname.lastname@example.org. HOUSE CLEANING - Come home to a clean house. Dusting, vacuuming, mopping and more. For more information all Frances 832-4263 WANTED WANTED TO BUY newer Toyota or Honda car, truck or SUV in need of repairs, MVI, even body damaged, under $5000. 653-0026. PRIVATE COLLECTOR: NEED COINS & PAPER MONEY Canadian, Newfoundland and USA. Old coins and paper money. Will buy entire collections. Call 636-0748.
April 15th - April 28th, 2014
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