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“MISSING??� The other day, I needed to move my truck and put it back in my tractor and truck shed. Now a little bit of history... For several years now, my truck radio has been stuck on the AM dial, with just one channel to listen to. So every time that I start up the old truck, I now get country and western music. Not really my first pick but with less than a thousand kilometers per year that I drive it, I can handle just about anything. So, I crank over the engine and music is playing but I am not paying attention, but then as I am approaching the shed I suddenly hear loud and clear “She thinks my tractor's sexy�. Holy Smokes, I nearly run into the shed. I finally get the ole truck parked safely and listen for another few moments. “She thinks my tractor's sexy It really turns her on She's always starin' at me While I'm chuggin' along� Finally, the woman of my dreams!! What have I been missing all of this time, this music is really talking to me. Performed by Kenny Chesney, who I have never heard of before, someone has finally written a song about the great, previously unsung tractor driver. Unfairly, songs heralding long haul truckers are written by the hundreds. In my whole life, the only other tractor song that I can ever recall was Murray McLauchlin’s “Farmer’s Song� and it’s probably thirty years old by now. “Dusty old farmer out working your fields Hanging down over your tractor wheels The sun beatin' down turns the red paint to orange And rusty old patches of steel There's no farmer songs on that car radio Just cowboys, truck drivers and pain� It is time for the injustice to end. I may even be forced to write tractor songs myself!!! “Dusty old tractor out working the woods She’s sexy at hauling out logs� Apologies to Murray and Kenny!! 0001


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ON OUR COVER TAKING PART IN NATIONAL TREE DAY Mrs. Lamontange's Grade 2 class at Lakefield Elementary School helped Quispamsis parks staff plant an Ivory Silk on National Tree Day. Joining the students were Shelbie Dodge, Derreck DeLong, Jim Landry of Landscape NB, supply teacher Tara Correia and Barry Brown. 2229

KV COFFEE HOUSE The new season of the KV Coffee House begins on Sunday, November 3. Big News! We now have a house band!!! Perry Craft and the KV Country Band! On November 3 we'll have Hazel Marie Robertson, George Boone, the Fundy Fiddlers, John Merrick, Norma Collier and George Urqhart all performing for your pleasure. We are gonna turn it all around and make this the best year ever for the KV Food Basket! Come along and bring all your friends to the KV Coffee House and help support the food bank. Come on, we can do it! The dates for the KV Coffee House are: November 3, December 8, January 19, February 16, March 16, April 20, May 11. 0055

NOTICE: WEEKLY EXERCISE CLASSES Weekly exercise classes are offered for people with movement disorders. Feel free to drop by the Good Life Gym in Quispamsis every Tuesday at 2:30pm, or every Friday at 1:30pm at the Good Life Gym in the Parkway Mall. The cost is $2/person for people with Parkinsons and $3/person for people with other movement disorders. For further information, call Deby at 333-3329. 2159

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KENNEBECASIS LIONS EVENTS The Kennebecasis Lions will be holding an “Indoor Yard Sale” on Saturday, October 19 from 8:00am12:00noon at the Bill McGuire Centre (96 James Renforth Drive). To have donations picked up, please call Tonay at 847-1645 or Ray at 847-5438. No large items - only items one man can handle. Please - no junk! Other up-coming events for the Kennebecasis Lions include: Sunday, November 10 - Harvest Dinner; Sunday, December 8 - Pancake Breakfast; Friday, February 7 - Public Auction; Sunday, March 16 - Navy League Pancake Breakfast; Friday, May 9 - Ladies; Night Out; Friday, May 30 - Lobster Stag. Proceeds from these events support local Lions’ projects. 2216

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61 Marr Road, Rothesay, NB E2E 5Y8 847-5146 Branch Hours: Monday-Thursday 2:30-8:00pm; Friday 2:309:00pm; Saturday 2:00-9:00pm (2:00pm Shuffleboard); Sundays – 10:30am-12:30pm, Brunch ($6/person); 1:30-7:00pm. Serving the Public: Catering available; facility rentals – two rooms available for functions, business and private meetings. Contact Branch for details. Veterans Need Help?: Veterans in need of assistance with VAC applications, disabilities, frailty, medical treatment. Please note all surviving WWII & Korean Veterans should contact the Service Officer at their earliest convenience. Information available could be of benefit to you. Comrade Eric Adams is the contact. Please call the Branch for further information. Volunteers for Sunday Brunch: The Legion “Brunch Crew” is looking for volunteers to assist on Sunday mornings for brunch. In particular a cook on a three week rotational basis would be appreciated. We would also invite anyone else who would like to help with other tasks involved. Please contact the branch if you would like to volunteer. Harvest Dinner: A Roast Beef dinner will be served on Friday, October 25 from 5:00–7:00pm ($14/person). Tickets are available at the Branch. Deadline for tickets is Wednesday, October 23. All welcome to attend. Lunch At The Branch: Soup & sandwich lunch will be served on the third Wednesday of each month between 11:30am & 1:30pm. It will include soup, sandwiches, dessert, coffee & tea. Cost will be $7/person. The next lunch will be held on October 16. All welcome to attend. Texas Hold-Em: Texas Hold-Em Tournaments will be held at RCL Branch #58 Thursdays at 7:00pm. 40 tickets (max) available for each tournament and pre-registration tickets are available ahead of time at the Branch. Tournament cost is $20. Community Lottery: RCL Branch #58 is sponsoring a Community Lottery. This is a weekly draw and the prize is dependent on the number of participants entered. Tickets are $2/week. Anyone interested in participating can come to the Branch to register or contact the Branch for additional information. Proceeds go towards supporting the community and those in need. Annual Poppy Campaign: The annual poppy campaign begins Friday, October 25. The Cadets & Navy League will be conducting a door to door poppy blitz on Saturday, October 26 from 10:00am to 12:00noon. Poppies are available at the Branch as well as various venues throughout the Valley. Interested parties wishing to purchase a wreath or make a donation in memory of a loved one can do so by contacting the Branch. All proceeds & donations go directly to the veterans and their families. RCL Branch #58 thanks the community for their support. 0018


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ANNUAL BEEF SUPPER St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Gondola Point, will be hosting their Annual Roast Beef Dinner on Saturday, November 9 at the Church Hall, 12 Quispamsis Road, Gondola Point from 4:00-6:00pm. Join us for a delicious dinner of roast beef with vegetables, pies for dessert, tea and coffee. Call 847-4055 to reserve tickets for either eat-in or take-out. $12/adults, $3/children aged 12 and under. Tickets are limited, so call early. 2209

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The 7th Annual Fall Cyclocross event will be held on Sunday, on your October 27 - starting from the Nauwigewauk Community Club 609-1332 heating costs (36 Darlings Island Road) at 11:00am. Registration ($25) will be at the Community Club from 9:30-10:30am (cash only). This event is sanctioned by Velo NB and sponsored by the 22ND ANNUAL BOWL-A-THON Darlings Island Bike Shop, Norco, Specialized and Subway. For more information please contact Bill or Becky Consolvo at 832- Help us bowl a strike against kidney disease! Join us at the 0777 or email: For directions see: nbbike. Bowlarama on Saturday, November 2 - Bowl times are 9:30 and 11:30am. Enjoy two hours of bowling with your friends, family com and click on location. 2172 and colleagues along with pizza and a chance to win great prizes! Don’t forget our Silent Auction! It’s a great place to start your Christmas shopping while supporting kidney patients. Come SAINT JOHN ART CLUB dressed in your best “Disco” costume to quality to win Extra The monthly meetings of the Saint John Art Club will resume on Prizes. You don’t want to miss out on this fun bowling event! It’s Thursday, October 24 6:30pm at the New Brunswick Museum, a great way to help those living with kidney disease! Market Square, Saint John. There will be a meet and greet and Take the first step. Change lives and inspire hope. Register short business meeting before enjoying SJAC member, Elana Now! Please contact Judy Cannon at Zamyatina speak on silk screening. or 634-0519. You can also collect pledges online at: The public is also invited to attend. 2211 atlantic. 2218

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QUISPAMSIS COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT Did you know that the Search Institute has identified Caring Neighbourhood as one of the 40 building blocks of healthy development that help young people grow up healthy, caring and responsible? Visit: for more information on the 40 Developmental Assets. Dark in the Park: Start the Halloween celebrations on Friday, October 18th beginning at 7:00pm with interactive Halloween activities with David Goss followed by the family movie Frankenweenie at the Arts & Culture Park. Families will enjoy the final outdoor movie of the season on the big screen along with some free freshly popped popcorn. This event is free of charge and is recommended for ages eight and up. If the weather is inclement the event will be held inside the Town Hall. Christmas Craft Fair: Sunday, December 8 from 11:00am4:00pm at the qplex. This new event is a wonderful opportunity to pick up that perfect gift for that someone special on your Christmas list. This fair features fine quality products handcrafted by local crafters and artisans. Enjoy an outing to this beautiful venue during the Christmas season. Booth registration forms can be found at: Registrations will be received on or before October 30. The ParticipACTION Teen Challenge: sponsored by Coca-Cola Canada, the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Works to get teens moving across the country by breaking down barriers that prevent teens from getting active. The program was designed to create a "for youth, by youth" physical activity movement to help young Canadians between the ages of 13-19 to become more active. Visit: to register. Keep Kids Active: Do you know a young person in Quispamsis who would like to take part in sport, recreational or cultural activities, but are unable due to limited finances? Assistance is available through: PRO Kids - Tammy at 642-7529, prokids@; or Canadian Tire Jump Start at 849-5773 or Up-coming: Some additional items for your calendar: Wednesday, November 20 – Christmas Tree Lighting, 7:008:00pm at the Arts & Culture Park. Saturday, November 23 – KV Santa Claus Parade, 6:00pm start at KVHS. 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@ Once added to the list Our convenient payment plan you will receive emails about upcoming has no administration fees special events and programs. and no interest on monthly Calendar of Events: Our website hosts an payments on approved credit. informative web calendar, a promotional opportunity for local community groups, etc. Please feel welcome in emailing information about your upcoming event to For additional information on future programs, registration forms, special events and facility bookings please visit our websites: and qplex. Call toll-free to arrange an eye exam: 1-877-489-2020 or drop us a line at 849454 Main Street, Hampton 832-7547 5778. Submitted By: Megan Lucas, Program 130 Old Hampton Road, Rothesay 847-4989 Director. 0008

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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 by phone at 847-8332. Sundays: General Meetings are held the first Sunday of the month at 6:00pm. Tuesdays: Starlight Promenaders Square Dance Club meets from 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 every Wednesday from 6:007:30pm. New members are welcome. For more information contact Brenda - or 653-7585. Wednesdays - 7:30pm, Crib, everyone welcome. For more info contact Sam Sauvin at 847-8261. Thursdays: Bingo, doors open at 6:00 and games begin at 6:55pm. Regular games, specials, early & late games, building jackpots for Bonanza; Lucky 7; Pyramid; and Treasure Chest games. For more information please contact Margaret Chambers at 849-6980. Saturday, November 2 - 8:00am-1:00pm, Craft Sale. Table rentals $15 each, call Nicole at 658-5646 or Jeanie at 847-8332. Admission is free. For Memberships contact Ann Smith at 847-4163. Cost is $10/person and $5/seniors. New members always welcome. Memberships are also available at the bar when it is open for an event. 0049

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Get out of the cold and enjoy a safe halloween alternative for your family. Carnival games, door prizes, candy, prizes, cotton candy, popcorn, and visit over 50 trunks for more candy on Thursday, October 31 from 6:30–8:00pm for Grades 5 and under. Tickets ($5/child, parents free) are available at the Kings Valley Church, 332 Hampton Road, Quispamsis. Everyone is welcome! For more info call 847-5343. 2243


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NB WINE RUN In support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation a fundraiser “Wine Run” will be held on Sunday, October 20 from Fullerton’s Corner Market (Long Reach, Kingston Peninsula), starting at 12:00noon. Run or walk 3km, 5km, or 10km. Following your run, there will be wine tasting, and you will also receive one glass of wine, as well as lunch. There will be music and mingling! Prizes, silent auction, 50/50 and much more. Register ($45) online at: under “Get Involved” and “Fundraise Your Way” and receive pledges for your running efforts. All proceeds from this event go to the JDRF. Please email: for details, or call 763-0001. Register online, via email, or by phone. 2193


KV GIRLS’ SOFTBALL CHAMPS The KV Dynamite U12 team, of the KV Girl’s Softball Association, captured the 2013 Provincial Championship and went on to capture a silver at the Atlantic Championships this summer. 2217

Lauren Vautour, Charlotte Pollard, Erin Blaquier, Marley MaCrae, Kate Gordon, Sami Tonge. Center - Maddi Scott (Bat girl). Olivia Scott, Emily Dixon, Chloe Rogers, Kaitlin Tonge, Katie Sexton. Back Row, from left to right (coaches) - Meredith Tonge, Shelia Scott, Michelle Mason.

BRIDGE & DESSERT FUNDRAISER St. Paul's Rothesay ACW (4 Church Ave, on the Rothesay Common, next to the Post Office) is having its Bridge and Dessert fall fundraiser on Tuesday, October 22 at 1:00pm. Tickets are $12 each. To book a table, phone the church office at 847-1812. 2164

KV3C'S SPAGHETTI SUPPER & SALE KV3C will be holding a Supper & Sale on Friday, October 18 from 5:00-7:00pm at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church (around back), Rothesay. Take a break from cooking and do some shopping too! $5 each or $20/family gets you a full spaghetti supper. We will also have several home-based businesses with lots of wonderful products for sale! Get a head start on your Christmas shopping and help out KV3C at the same time! We are your community non-profit group offering playgroups and other programming to young families. For more information check out kv3c. ca or “like” us on Facebook. 2219

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To the general public - this is a statement of the funds in the Poppy Fund, or as some call it, the Benevolent fund; for Kennebecasis Branch #58 RCL for the year 2012. Grants to Veterans - $7,201.61; donations $1,000; Local Expenses $200; Bursaries $5,750; Poppy Supplies - $8,916.28; NBPC Assessment - $670. After all expenses paid we have a starting balance of $6,944.05 for the 2012-2013 Poppy Campaign. The 2013 Poppy Campaign starts on Friday, October 25. Heartfelt thanks to all who donated to all the things that your Legion does in your community. Eric Adams, Poppy Chair Kennebecasis Br #58 RCL. 2220

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A Community Support Group available for families of those Free Instruction Clinics & Registrations c & Registrations afflicted with dementia or , 29 , 30 & Nov. 1 Alzheimer’s disease will occur Oct. 28 7pm - 9pm every third Thursday of the Practice Night month, 10:00am at the Qplex November 1 , 7pm - 9pm in Quispamsis (October 17, Regular Play Begins November 21, December November 4 12, January 9, February 20, For information call March 20, april 17, May 15 & HCC . . . . . . . . 832-5348 Harold . . . . . . . 832-2195 June 19). This interactive gathering will HIGHLY COMPETITIVE RATES be a sharing of ideas of what RCL #53 JERVIS BAY - NEWS works or what helps us when 1016 Bayside Drive, 633-0092 we experience dementia related changes in our loved one. The Weekly Breakfast every Saturday: Enjoy eggs, toast, beans and gathering is facilitated by a volunteer Nurse Practitioner who your choice of bacon, ham or sausage, with juice tea or coffee - currently works with those affected by dementia/Alzheimer’s just $7. Or, for $10, you get the total breakfast! All made to order disease and their families. All are welcome! 2136 and served to you at your table. On Friday, October 25, Come dance with the Lonesome Sky Band. This is a Rockabilly Roadshow and they are great singers and performers. Come on out and have a fun filled evening of MODEL TRAIN SHOW The Annual Model Train Show will take place on Saturday, dancing. Cost is $5 at the door to cover the band. And on Saturday, November 16, Jervis Bay Legion and the November 2 at the Island View Lions Club, 8 Market Street, Knights of Columbus will be having a Monte Carlo/Auction Night Quispamsis, behind the Ken-Val Co-op, from 9:00am to at the Jervis Bay Legion. Cost is $20 for $20,000 funny money 3:00pm. Lots of running model trains and displays to please all to play with. After the games, you can use your funny money to ages. There will also be sales and white elephant tables, a canteen bid at the auction. Games are Black Jack, Roulette, Horse Racing, and free parking. Texas Holdem, and Crown and Anchor. Come on out for a very Admission $5 with accompanied children under 12 free. Details at: 2251 fun filled evening! For info, call the legion at 633-0092. 0032

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POND PREPARATION… GOOD HOMES FOR FRIENDLY FROGS As the owners of private swimming pools prepare for winter there’s also a need for gardeners who have ponds to do a bit of preparation for next spring. By this time most of us have a hard time seeing the water at all since it will be covered with duck weed; along with this, the likelihood is that the other plant life will have increased by leaps and bounds. Since frogs and toads enjoy the companionship of their mates in the springtime, NOW is the best time to do a clean up avoiding needless disturbance to their amorous interludes. If you have beneficial inhabitants such as water snails, it’s best to take a rake and scoop up all the leaves, duck weed etc. and allow it to drain into the pond by dumping it on a handy rock; this allows the good chaps to slither back in. If your pond is merely full of unwanted detritus, then a leaky bucket is an ideal place to dump the leaves and gunge, allowing the water to trickle back into the pond and giving you some great content to deposit in your compost heap. The most important next step is to reduce dramatically the volume of water plants, ideally the pond should have two thirds of it’s surface free from vegetation, the best method for dividing well established plant life is to saw through the tough roots (Japanese curved saws are ideal). This year has seen an abundance of frogs which are hugely beneficial for us, scoffing great quantities of unwelcome baddies and allowing us respite from constantly slapping mosquitoes. There are so many ‘Fall jobs’ to accomplish and perhaps the most important is to weed thoroughly and then turn the soil about six to eight inches deep, leaving it for a week and repeating the process. This places the unwelcome bugs, beetles and grubs on the surface and they are then nobbled by the frost or eaten by the birds. Lady bugs have been making their way into their hibernation sites over the last few weeks and since birds don’t seem to fancy them, they will not be harmed. This is also the best time for spreading compost, fertilizers if needed, it allows the additions to blend in with the soil; the deformities in root crops can often be traced to good things that are used too close to planting time, as long as they are well distributed by a good forking in now, next year’s crops will start with a huge advantage over those plots amended in the spring. As the leaves begin to fall a great deal of work can be skipped by mowing over them and the grass at the same time, the chopped up result can be left on the lawn; any thick piles of leaves will lend assistance to the compost heap and can be scooped up and used as mulch around, but not on top of, perennials. The major exception would be the German or Bearded Iris that would prefer to be surrounded by compost, wet leaves are the very ritziest conditions for the Iris Borer to flourish in - to be avoided at all cost! Enjoy the fall season, housework can wait till the snow flies! 0052


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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 9:00am4:00pm. Admission is free on both days. Please contact Erma Macaulay (before October 18) at 433-3872 or by email: ermag@rogers. com, if you would like a table to show your work. 2096


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The Kings County Museum will host Twilight Tales in the Kings County Gaol on Saturday, October 19 at 7:00pm. Join us for a costumed nighttime tour of the infamous Kings County Gaol (jail) by lantern light! The jail has seen a great deal in its 200 year history - will you dare its halls after dark?! Advance tickets only! Cost is $5/person. Tickets are available at the Museum, 27 Centennial Road, Hampton; or by calling 832-6009. Proceeds will support museum programming. 2143

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BOOK SALE FOR H.O.P.E. CENTRE The fourth Annual Book Sale in support of the H.O.P.E Centre will be held on Saturday, November 2 (beginning at 9:00am) and Sunday, November 3 until 1:00pm at 4347 Loch Lomond Road, Saint John. 2129

Sunday Worship 11:00 am Sunday School starts at 9:30 am Classes for all ages. Nursery Facilities Available.

BINGO - ST. ANN’S PARISH St. Ann's Parish Bingo will be held on Sunday, October 27 at St. Ann's Church, 135 Simpson Drive, Saint John East (located behind Stirling's Apples on Rothesay Avenue). Halloween Theme and there will be prizes if you wish to participate. Doors open at 12:30pm; 50/50 from 12:30-1:30pm; nine regular games to follow; $1000 Jackpot; door prizes and other prizes. Tickets are $20 each and are available from Marilyn (633-0549 - evenings) or at the parish office Tuesday-Thursday, 10:00am-2:00pm (6536870). The hall is wheelchair accessible. 2200




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Oct. 19th 2-hour Pruning Clinic (10am-noon): Duncan will demonstrate his thinning pruning technique on many kinds of evergreens and flowering shrubs, which allows you to prune all species anytime you want. Dunc’s

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BIG ROTHESAY READ - BOOK ANNOUNCED The Big Rothesay Read has been officially launched, with the public unveiling of this Fall’s selected book title: The Freedom Writers Diary. Close to a thousand resident readers, including Rothesay Deputy Mayor Nancy Grant, Councillors, corporate sponsors, residents, and students of Rothesay High School, were present to hear the upbeat announcement. The Freedom Writers Diary: How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them, is a non-fiction 1999 book written by The Freedom Writers – a group of students from Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach, California, and their teacher, Erin Gruwell. It is the basis of the 2007 movie “Freedom Writers”, starring Hilary Swank. The Freedom Writers Diary is made up of journals that Erin Gruwell told her students to write about the troubles of their past, present and future. The impetus for the project was to bring to light racial tolerance and she began the journey by having her class read The Diary of Anne Frank and Zlata’s Diary: A Child’s Life in Sarajevo. But the journals quickly evolved into much more. Helping the students put their thoughts about their very private lives on paper, allowed them to better understand one another, their differences, their similarities, their strife, sorrow and ultimately their dreams. Following the graduation of Ms. Gruwell’s entire class, The Freedom Writers Foundation was formed, and continues with exercises and philosophies similar to those used in the original class, and tracks the progress of the original and continuing classes. Original Freedom Writer, Tiffony Jacobs, will be coming to Rothesay on Wednesday, October 30 for two public talks at RHS: 11:00am and 7:00pm. There will be a free public screening of the Freedom Writers blockbuster movie at RHS on Wednesday, October 16 at 7:00pm; and Thursday, October 17 there will be a “lunch & listen” talk on journaling, at Shadow Lawn Inn at noon. Tickets are $20 and includes lunch, dessert, tea and coffee. 2215

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LANDSCAPING SERVICES We can still garden for you in October and November - same guarantee, same great results. Call Duncan at 645-8222 for a free estimate.

Reminder: DRAGON BOAT TEAM FUNDRAISER Murray Shiels, The Lorneville Showband along with entertainers from all over New Brunswick and local talents is holding a Fundraiser and Silent Auction in Support of Breast Ahoy Dragon Boat Team on Saturday, October 26 7:00pm at Lorneville Community Centre. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at Medi Trust, Guardian Drugs Grand Bay, Lorneville Convenient Store or at the door. 2141


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New beds planted, Old ones made beautiful: Pruning, Edging, Weeding, Mulching, Perennial care. Fall Raking and Cleanups . Come visit the Corral and say goodbye to us for the season! See the alpaca, goats, pigs, and all their friends! Bring veggies for them, bread for the ducks.

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A guide when donating to the food bank or organizing a food drive. Vegetables and Fruit

Oils, Fats & Others

· unsweetened applesauce · pasta sauce · canned fruit (pears, pineapple, fruit cocktail, peaches, mandarin oranges) packed in juice or water · canned vegetables (peas, mushrooms, corn, green beans, tomatoes) low sodium if possible · juice boxes (100% fruit) · potatoes · carrots · raisin boxes

· vegetable oil · salad dressing

· low sodium canned soup

Non-Food Items · shampoo, soap, toothpaste, diapers, toothbrushes · toilet paper · laundry and dish detergent

Grain Products · brown rice · whole wheat pasta · whole grain, low sodium crackers · granola bars · hot cereal (oatmeal, cream of wheat) · cold cereal (bran, shredded wheat, wheat squares, toasted O’s, raisin bran, mini wheats) · infant cereal

Milk and Alternatives · canned evaporated milk (2%, 1% or skim) · soy, almond or rice beverage (Tetra Pak) · powdered milk

Meat and Alternatives · canned meat (ham, turkey, chicken) · canned chili · peanut butter · canned or dried beans (kidney, black, baked, chick peas, black eyed peas, lentils) · raw or unsalted mixed nuts, almonds · peanut butter Remember, families also receive fresh items when they come in. This often includes: eggs, milk, fruit, vegetables, meat, and bread. These items are purchased with money that has been donated to the Food Banks. Monetary donations are always welcome. For more information call your local food bank or visit the website

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SEASIDE LAWN BOWLING NEWS The Seaside Lawn Bowling Club recently held the fourth in its series of club championships. Play concluded in the Mixed Triples on September 10th. The team of lead Gary Cosman, mate Millie Johnson and skip Bill McQueen captured top spot. The team of lead Pauline Wilson, mate Nancy Knorr and skip Mel Mofford finished runner-up. 2112

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BEEF SUPPER IN HAMPTON The Hampton United Church will be holding their Annual “Hip of Beef ” Dinner on Saturday, October 26 from 4:00-6:00pm at the Church. The menu will include: beef, potatoes, carrots, squash, Yorkshire pudding, pickles, rolls and as always there are the great home made pies. Cost for the supper is $12/adults, $6/ children 4-12, $30/immediate family, children under 4 eat for free. Tickets will be purchased at the door. Take-out will be available. 2174

Reminder: GENTLE PATH FUNDRAISER Gengle Path Counselling Services invites you to the 2013 Live Auction, which will be held at the Saint John Marina (2050 Westfield Road) on Saturday, October 26 starting at 7:00pm. Admission will be $5 (at the door) and the evening will include: a chance to win $100, door prizes, great items, grab bags and a Silent Auction. Gengle Path Counselling Services is a local non-profit agency providing: counselling, educational programs, wekly support groups workshops and employee assistance programs and is located at 20 Alma Street in Saint John, 652-7284. 1031


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Reminder: ATTENTION NATURE LOVERS! 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? On Saturday, October 19, Jim Wilson will lead a “walk onwalk off � day’s birding on Grand Manan. Whales, porpoises and sea birds are likely during the crossing and Grand Manan, itself, can host many migrating songbirds at this time of the season. The Monday, October 21 club meeting, beginning at 7:00pm at the NB Museum in Market Square, will feature Ralph Eldridge, Light Keeper on Machias-Seal Island. Ralph is great naturalist, a superb photographer and a wonderful storyteller. He will lead us on an exploration of Machias-Seal and relate the wondrous nature of this small inland in the mouth of the Bay of Fundy which has welcomed sailors, seals, whales, puffins, murres, terns and innumerable migrating songbirds over countless generations. Join Jim Wilson, again, on Saturday, November 9 for his annual trip to Deer Island in search of seabirds and late-season migrants and rarities. 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 and follow us on Facebook as “Nature Saint John.� 0108

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ANNUAL YARD SALE - KINGSTON The 2nd Annual Yard Sale at the Kingston Parish Hall will be held on Saturday, October 19 from 9:00am-1:00pm. Donations graciously accepted - please call the Parish Office at 763-3183 to arrange drop-off. Thank you for your on-going support. 2191

Reminder: PARKINSON DINNER A three course fresh salmon dinner will be held at Chateau de Champlain Retirement Facility, 300 Boars Hd. Road, Millidgeville on Thursday, October 24, commencing 7:00pm. There will be a cash bar, silent auction and entertainment by Al Smith of Sussex. Tickets are $50/person with tables of 4, 6 or 8 available. This dinner is being held with proceeds to Parkinson Society, Saint John Chapter. Call Bill or Margo at 672-1010 or Terry or Ann at 658-1242. 2157




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The 43rd Annual Belleisle Home & School Harvest Auction will be held on Saturday, October 19 at Belleisle Regional High School, with auctioneer Kevin Bond. Doors open at 8:3am and the auction will begin at 10:00am. Auction items are cash or cheque only. In addition to a wide variety of new and used goods at the auction table (everything from gift certificates to produce), there is also the popular Belleisle Boutique. While the auction is ongoing in the theatre, you're welcome to browse the boutique (located in the school's gymnasium) for everything from clothing and toys to books and crafts. The auction also features a silent auction, home baking, 50/50 draws, crafts, raffle draw and canteen services. For supper pizza, desserts, home baked beans, brown bread, etc., will be available for purchase in the cafeteria. The week of the auction, up to and including the evening of October 17, donations of new and used good quality clothing, furniture and household items will be accepted at the high school. Please note that sofas, appliances and televisions cannot be accepted because of the large tipping fees associated with these unsold items. Thanks to the generosity of our area businesses, volunteers and supporters, this is the longest running auction fundraiser of its kind in New Brunswick. Over the past four decades, all proceeds from the auction have funded many educational items, activities and projects at both Belleisle Elementary and Belleisle Regional High. See you at the auction! 2177



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The Rocmaura Nursing Home Auxiliary will be having their Annual Bazaar on Saturday, November 2, from 1:00–3:00pm. Come and enjoy an afternoon playing Bingo, finding treasures at our New To You table, treating yourself to delicious home cooking at our Bake Table, and maybe even picking up Christmas gift at our Craft Table, plus much more fun! We welcome any donations to our New To You, Craft or Bake tables. New To You items are to be clean and in good condition, no clothing please. Items can be dropped off to the attention of the Recreation Department, Rocmaura Nursing Home, 10 Parks Street. Thank-you and see you at the Bazaar! 2248


ROTHESAY REGIONAL POLICE NEWS I’ve had many questions lately about how someone can prevent becoming a victim of a break and enter. There are some very easy things we can do to make our home less vulnerable to thieves. Thieves are drawn to places they can hide. If your home has tall trees or large shrubs in front of it, criminals can hide behind them while assessing how they are going to break into your home. By trimming shrubs and bushes to a manageable height and cutting tree limbs away from the front of your house, it can discourage someone from using them to hide or gain entry into your home. Investing in timers for indoor lights gives the appearance that you are home and criminals don’t want to take a chance someone may still be there. Also having a TV or radio playing just loud enough that it can be heard at the door may fool someone into

thinking you are home when you are not. This is good for short absences. If you are going away for a long period of time you should contact the newspaper and inform them to stop delivery. Nothing says “No one’s home� like a pile of newspapers at the edge of a driveway. Have someone mow your lawn or plow the driveway regularly so it looks like someone is keeping up with the house work. Finally, please refrain from announcing you are going away for an extended period of time on social media sites. It’s easier than you think for someone to find you on these sites and track down your address. Only close family or friends should know you’re going away so they can check your house for you. Thieves take advantage of situations; we don’t need to advertise for them. Cst. Krystal Daley, Community Relations Officer. 0046

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Renforth Park Renovations: The public is advised that there will be no parking at the lighthouse or surrounding area during construction. Access to the playground will remain during the duration of the project and those using the area are able to park at the Bill McGuire Centre and walk to the park. Access to the Renforth wharf will also remain open for those people looking to launch and remove boats from the water. Questions or concerns can be directed to Mr. Charles Jensen, Director of Parks and Recreation. 848-6606 or charlesjensen@rothesay. ca. Concept plans and updates on this exciting project can be viewed at: Rothesay Arena: The Rothesay Arena is now open! Here is the public skating schedule for the 2013-2014 season. Please e-mail to be added to the “Open Ice” distribution list (no charge): Family Skating - Sundays 3:00-4:00pm; Parent & Tot Skating - Mondays & Wednesdays 2:45-3:45pm; Parent & Tot Hockey Tuesdays & Thursdays - 2:15-3:15pm; Seniors’ Skating - Mondays 12:00noon-1:00pm; Seniors’ Hockey - Mondays 1:152:15pm. Halloween Fears & Phobias with David Goss: Walk among the symbols of Halloween! Black cats, monsters, ghosts, gravestones, and more. David Goss will tell you what they all mean via stories, songs, & stunts. Saturday, October 26 at the Bill McGuire Centre, two Spooky Sessions: 6:00pm – ages 8 & under; 7:15pm – ages 9 & older (activities and stories will be age appropriate). Bring a flashlight and come in costume as there will be prizes! It can be cold, so consider this in your dress choice. No dogs please. If wet, we will be indoors at the Bill McGuire Centre. Free hot chocolate following both sessions. KV Santa Claus Parade: Saturday, November 23 - pick up your parade application at either Town Hall or visit our websites to print one off. Want Up-dates?: If you would like to receive periodical emails from Rothesay Recreation with information on upcoming events please email us to get on the list! “Like” us on Facebook –; “Follow” us on Twitter –; Contact - Keri Kent 848-6652, 0045

SJ REGIONAL HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Saint John Regional Hospital Auxiliary will be having their annual Memorial Service on Tuesday, October 29 at 2:00pm with a General Meeting following. All Auxiliary members are welcomed to attend. Please RVSP to the Auxiliary Office 648-6292 no later than Wednesday, October 23. 2241

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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 East-West 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; sistersin-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

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BAY OF FUNDY - “50 PLACES OF A LIFETIME” The Bay of Fundy has been named one of the “50 Places of a Lifetime” by internationally renowned publication, National Geographic – in the world’s first digital “super magazine.” This 50 Places of a Lifetime initiative showcases interactive content from every Canadian province and territory and it’s the most comprehensive look at a single country in the history of National Geographic. This landmark digital experience unites our country’s best travel writers and photographers in a breathtaking celebration of Canada’s people, culture, geography and food. Here is what travel writer Heather Greenwood Davis said about the Bay of Fundy, “the Bay of Fundy is 170 miles of craggy cliffs, thundering waves, and ecological wonders.” 2224

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KEN VAL CO-OP DONATION The Ken Val Co-Op recently donated $1,150 to the Peninsula Food & Clothing Bank (Deacon’s Cupboard). Funds were raised through the 50/50 draw. 2223

Leonard Wilkins from the Peninsula Food & Clothing Bank and Norma Landry from the Ken Val Co-Op and Advisory Council.

SOUNDS FOR SIGOWETT CONCERT The fifth Annual Sounds for Sigowett concert will be held at St. Paul's Church, Rothesay on Sunday October 27 at 2:30pm. The concert will once again feature Isabelle Fournier on violin and John Buckley on cello. The concert will be followed by a tea with sweets and a silent auction. Funds raised will enable orphans to attend secondary school in Eldoret, Kenya. Tickets ($20/adults and $10/students) are are available at the church office or by calling 847-1812. 2240

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NEW BRUNSWICK GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY The Saint John Branch of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, has changed their time and location of the monthly meetings; on Wednesday, October 30, we will again meet at 7:00pm at the Saint John Free Public Library, Multipurpose Room. Again this month, our guest speaker will be Keith MacKinnon, Head of Reference Services at the Market Square location. He will continue our tour of the Saint John Free Public Library, with the focus this month being on the "Ancestry Library; using the Library catalogue and visiting the Digital Collection". All guests are welcome. 2222

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 4:006:30pm 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


QUISPAMSIS-ISLAND VIEW LIONS The Island-View Lions of Quispamsis, recently held their awards dinner and Lion Larry Greer was presented with the Lion of the Year award by King Lion Richard Dugan. The award was given for his contribution towards Lionism. We have a large hall available for rentals for fund-raisers, weddings, showers, social events or any community event. Our hall can host from 20 to 500 people and we cater meals up to 150 people. For more information & rates call the hall at 849-2689 and leave a message or contact Jim at 847-2582. Book now for your Christmas Dinner: The Quispamsis Lions Club is now taking bookings for Christmas dinners. The Lions Club provides, fully licensed bar, parking, and a selection of dinners - roast beef, turkey or ham. For more information call Jim at 847-2582. The Lions are also actively collecting eyeglasses. We collect prescription, non-prescription, safety and sunglasses. They are recycled for use by the less fortunate around the world. You can drop your used glasses at most eye glass stores in the Valley area. Bingo is held at our hall (9 Market Street in Quispamsis, next to the Ken-Val Co-op) every Sunday. Doors open at 5:30pm and canteen services are available. Interested in joining the Lions? The Quispamsis Lions meet 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Lions Club starting at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Royden at 763-3956, the hall at 849-2689, or go to the lions web page at: 2210

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Curling Clinics Thursday, November 7th at 7:00 pm for novice and experienced alike. There is no cost to attend. Come out and give it a try.

Competitive Rates With Other Clubs Under 30 years the cost is $337.40 and over 30 years the cost is $571.65. We also have a Husband & Wife membership at a cost of $861.50 and for a spouse of a Full or Curling member the cost is $257.10. Junior age 7 to 20 years the cost is $115.00. All amounts are plus HST.

Year Round Membership TURKEY DINNER AT CARLETON UNION HALL The 14th Annual Turkey Dinner at Carleton Union Hall, 270 Charlotte Street West, will be held on Saturday, October 19 from 4:00-6:00pm. $12/adults and $4/children. Take outs available. Come along and enjoy fine food and good company. Call for tickets at 672-1438. 2227

To inquire about membership please contact the office at 847-7545 ext. #222

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We are open year round and curling members enjoy the club and facilities all year. We offer Nine & Dines, New Year’s Party, Opening and Closing Dinners, Bridge, Yoga, Curl & Dines as well as several events planned throughout the year.


13 Drurys Cove Rd., PO Box 4473, Sussex, NB E4E 5L6 1-506-433-9860


Looking to raise money for your organization? For Sale 600 Christmas Trees Delivery available Trees are 6’, 7’, and 8’ tall For pricing & further information, please contact: Mike Millican Forest Technologist SNB Wood Cooperative Ltd. (506) 432-0049

KV QUILT SHOW UPDATE Congratulations to all the KVQG Quilt Show winners. It was a great show! Thank you to all who participated in this success. People's Choice Award for their favourite large quilt went to Cherry Tocantins, who has been quilting for just three years. She also won the award for Best Use of Theme (which was Log Cabin revisited). The Quilters Walk raised $1615.85 for MindCare. The raffle quilt was won by Daunt Lee, who lives in Japan and is the son of KVQG member, Carol Lee. The Guild will vote later this year to decide where the raffle quilt funds go. Readers who are interested in learning more about quilting should check out our blog at or come to one of our monthly meetings the second Tuesday of the month at the Quispamsis Civic Centre. Winners of the 2013 Quilt Show: Best in Show – Lorna Peacock Memorial Award and the Canadian Quilters' Association Rosette; Darling Dresdens by Susan McEachern.




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People’s Choice Award quilt by Cherry Tocantins. Doris Mowry Memorial Award – Best Hand Quilting - Welsh Beauty by Fay Wiggins. Founders' Award – To best first quilt totally done by a beginner - Sassy Lap Quilt by Kathy Mullin. Best Machine Quilting - Superstitious – Not Me by Sheila Cameron, quilted by Sandi MacMillan. Best Hand Applique - Blue Hawaii by Dodie Brooke. Best Machine Applique - William Morris Designs by Ella Hopper. Best Pieced – Leah's Quilt by Clara Young. Theme – Diamond Star Log Cabin by Cherry Tocantins. Large Traditional: 1st Baltimore Bouquet by Gail Fearon; 2nd Starburst by Gail Fearon; 3rd Butterfly Garden by Eileen Warren. Small Traditional: 1st Rainbow Log Cabin by Jill Lloyd; 2nd Smokey by Diane Haggerty; 3rd Pumpkin Play by Linda Hubbard. Modern: 1st Plovers on the Beach by Brenda Dunsmore; 2n Log Cabin Indian Corn by Brenda Dunsmore; 3rd Hello Heliconia by Brenda Dunsmore.


Challenge: Fall - Fall Night by Brenda Dunsmore; Winter Winter by Elizabeth Higgins; Spring - Twist of Spring in the Garden by Juliet Nowlan; Summer - Lepidoptera Crooked Wingus by Judy LeClue. Group Machine Quilted: 1st It's Good to be Square by Diane Haggerty, quilted by Jill Lloyd; 2nd French Braid by Joan A Smith, quilted by Penny Bubar; 3rd Pineapple Nine Patch by Ella Hopper, quilted by Jill Lloyd Group Hand Quilted: 1st Blowing In the Wind made and quilted by Sussex Vale Quilters Guild; 2nd Fog Bound made and quilted by Tidal Threads Quilt and Needlework Guild; 3rd Butterfly Kisses by Joan A Smith, quilted by Brenda Wood. Youth Quilts: Animal Love by Emma Harmon; Sea Garden by Lauren Tilley. Judges Choice: Judy Steeves - Night of the Living Thread by Riel Nason; Sandra Reeves - Daisy's Crazy Quilt by Judy LeClue; Jennifer Vienneau - Sea-Side Cabin by Mary Hawkins; Nancy Elaschuck - Butterfly Log Cabin by Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild. People's Choice Award for Favourite Large Quilt - Diamond Star Log Cabin by Cherry Tocantins. People's Choice Award for Favourite Small Quilt - O Christmas Tree by Catherine McGavney. 2242

ROTHESAY-KINGS ROTARY DONATION Kings Way Care Centre is more than half way through their Capital Campaign, Moments of Joy, and has adopted the patio for residents with Alzheimer’s & Dementia. The Club has made their second of three installments of $10,000 for an Outdoor Patio to Kings Way Care Centre. 0034



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1. Has two wheels 2. “A Death in the Family” novelist 3. Fabric stuffing 4. Mix in a pot 5. Move up a mountain 6. Replenishment 7. Weight of a ship’s cargo 8. Flightless birds with flat breastbones 9. Scholarship bequester Cecil 10. Consumer advocate Ralph 11. Overgarments 13. Terminator 17. Derive 24. Angry 25. Imprudent 26. Rural Free Delivery (abbr.) 27. __ Lilly, drug company 28. Chest muscle (slang) 29. Lease 35. Point midway between E and SE 36. Cool domicile 37. First woman 38. Radioactivity unit 40. Revolves 41. Incongruities 42. ___-Magnon: early European 43. Indefinitely long periods 44. Saturated 45. Mannerly 47. Abu __, United Arab Emirates capital 48. Move rhythmically to music 49. Cheerless 52. 4 highest cards 53. Criterion 54. Person from U.K. (abbr.) 55. Affirmative! (slang)

Rothesay-Kings Rotary President, Andre Welland and Judy Lane, CEO-Kings Way LifeCare Alliance.

ANNUAL BAZAAR - ROCMAURA The Rocmaura Nursing Home Auxiliary will be having their Annual Bazaar on Saturday, November 2, from 1:00–3:00pm. Come and enjoy an afternoon playing Bingo, finding treasures at our New To You table, treating yourself to delicious home cooking at our Bake Table, and maybe even picking up Christmas gift at our Craft Table, plus much more fun! We welcome any donations to our New To You, Craft or Bake tables. New To You items are to be clean and in good condition, no clothing please. Items can be dropped off to the attention of the Recreation Department, Rocmaura Nursing Home, 10 Parks Street. Thank-you and see you at the Bazaar! 2248

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Clean out those sheds & garages! BBQ’s, baby items, strollers, playpens, swings, tents, bicycles, patio furniture, and camping items. Advertise in the Community Classifieds!


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On a beautiful sunny Sunday in September our whole family went apple picking, from senior to 5 month old. When our kids were younger Mike and I took them every year, as we are all apple lovers. I used to get 100 pounds of apples each fall, many of which became applesauce and went into the freezer, many more which were simply peeled and sliced and frozen to use all year for apple crisps, apple pies, more applesauce, apple muffins, apple pan-dowdy . . . apples, apples, apples! Lots of apples. This was of course, before we had the Jet. Jet loves apples. One fall he happened to get weighed at the vet shortly before and then right after apple season and he had gained 5 pounds! He scourers the ground beneath all of the old wild apple trees on the property in an effort to stay ahead of the deer and the porcupines. Judging by his satisfied expression, I judge he is in the lead. On the same weekend we went apple picking, I had noted there were only a half dozen apples left on a tree our daughter had given us a few years ago. Half an hour later I went outdoors to plant my daffodil bulbs and discovered Mr Jet with an apple leaf hanging off his face. A quick check revealed there was now only one apple on the tree! So . . . We ended up with a mere 90 pounds of apples after our trip to the orchard. And a big dog who loves apples. Since he is quite well-mannered, Jet will not take food off the counters, but anything on the floor is fair game. Which means the baskets of apples cannot sit on the floor and I now have 90 pounds of apples sitting on my counters and nowhere to work! I need to get eating to create some space . . . "Ever since Eve started it all by offering Adam the apple, woman's punishment has been to supply a man with food then suffer the consequences when it disagrees with him." -- Helen Rowland. 0002

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. ANITA’S CRAFT SALE - Saturday, November 2nd, 10am-4pm, 540 Route 860 French Village. Take Stockfarm Rd or Lakeside Rd at flashing light in Hampton and follow signs for both directions. 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! EMPLOYMENT LOOKING FOR PART-TIME employment for seniors home in Hampton. First Aid and CPR a must. Please call Krissy 832-4051 FIREWOOD SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD, quality hardwood, cut, split, delivered. Servicing new and loyal customers for over 10 years. Call 485-2349.


FIREWOOD CUT, SPLIT and delivered. Good prices. Maple and yellow birch. 839-2967, cell 567-0318. FOR RENT ROTHESAY, 1-BEDROOM, newly updated, appliances, Internet included. Clean, secure building, near schools, shopping, bus. No pets. $540/month. 640-2017. WINTER STORAGE, clean and dry-autos, boats, RVs, motorcycles, ect. Call 832-7779. EAGLES EYE VIEW COTTAGE rentals available from May until November. Brand new construction, fully equipped with all essentials. Covered decks, spectacular view. 763-3625, website: NOTICES 2ND ANNUAL KV ANTIQUE SALE: Friday, November 1st 2-8pm and Satuday, November 2nd - 10am-4pm at St Luke’s Church Hall, 12 Quispamsis Rd, Quispamsis. Featuring quality antiques, furniture and collectibles. FREE ADMISSION! PRAYERS PRAYER TO ST. JUDE O Glorious Apostle St. Jude, faithful servant and friend of Jesus, the name of the trainer who delivered thy beloved Master into the bands of His enemies has caused thee to be forgotten by many, but the Church honors and invokes thee universally as the Patron of Hopeless Cases of things almost despaired of Pray for me who am so helpless and alone. Make use, implore thee, of that particular privilege granted to thee to bring visible and speedy help where help was almost despaired of. Come to my assistance in this great need that I may receive the consolation and succor of Heaven in all my necessities, tribulations and sufferings but in particular, that...(Here make your intention) and that I may praise God with thee and with all the Saints for ever. I promise thee, O blessed St. Jude, to be ever mind full of this great favor and never cease to honor thee as my special and powerful patron, and to do all in my power gratefully to encourage devotion to thee. Amen. D.H. PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (never known to fail). O Most Beautiful Flower of Mount Carmel. Fruitful Vine, Splendour of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin assist me in my Necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me and show me you are my mother. O Holy Mary Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to secure my necessity (make request). There are none who can withstand your power. O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (3 times), O Mary, I place this cause in your hands (3 times). Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days, then publish it & it will be granted. M.C. REAL ESTATE DISTRESS SALES/BANK FORECLOSURES. Receive a FREE list with pictures of foreclosure properties visit www.4closedhouses. com. Re/Max. FIXER UPPERS, bargains, lowest prices. These homes need work. For a FREE list with pictures, visit Re/ Max. RECYCLING BIN GERHARD HEINTZMAN PIANO in good condition, comes with bench. Must be moved. Call 847-3483. SERVICES OFFERED HENDERSON OVERHEAD DOORS - Sales and services of overhead doors, operators and weather stripping of all models. Phone 485-2151. B. LEMON MASONRY, residential, commercial, brick, blocks, stonework, chimneys, re-pointing, walkways. Free estimates call Brent at 847-5126, cell 333-0449.

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SCRAP METAL DROP Off Site. All car parts, car batteries, lawn mowers, washers & dryers, pots & pans, scrap metal etc. Free junk car and truck removal. Open 7 days/week, 187 French Village Road. Phone 847-3569. God Bless you and thank you for your support. WEDDING OFFICIANT - plan ceremony celebrating love & commitment; when, where, how you wish. Book now for best dates. Janet 847-9833. VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY & REFINISHING - Craftsmanship. RV’s, boat covers, recovering & restyling repairs. HD foam, T-Trailers, caning, seagrass, canvas. 832-7870. BRIAN’S MAINTENANCE & Home Repair, carpentry, kitchens, bath, painting, ceramic tile, electrical, etc. Over 20 years experience. Free estimates. Call Brian 839-2296. COUNTRY HAIRSTYLING 234 Hammond River Rd., Quispamsis. Great prices, great hours. Look forward to seeing you. Sandra Smith 849-2118. 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. DAVE’S LIGHT TRUCKING & Cleaning Service, junk, garbage, construction & roofing materials, demolition, brush, decks, small moving jobs. 7 days a week. Also picking up unwanted vehicles. 832-3982 or 653-0026. BUYING JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailers, motor homes, farm machinery. I pay you cash. Call 721-4255. FOOT CARE SERVICE: Registered Foot Care Nurse is now accepting clients for in-home footcare. Please contact Shirley for an appointment at 832-2126. CARD READINGS BY DONNA. Member of Professional Psychic Tour. Ask about home parties and special events, tape recording provided., 849-0550. WANTED: SNOW BLOWERS - working or not. Snow blower service, pick-up and delivery available. Call 832-4905. IS YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM WINTERIZED PROPERLY? Call this 24-hour free recorded message which reveals the worst health mistakes made by Canadians every winter, and how you can boost your own immunity effectively. 1-888-506-7843. COMPACK EXCAVATION EQUIPMENT: French drains, wooden fences, post holes, small wooden decks and steps, snow plowing and blower, yard clean-ups. 506-639-0442. GETTING MARRIED (BOOK EARLY). Civil weddings performed when and where you choose. Telephone 847-2079. HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential, commercial, recreational, restyling and customization. Trust your furniture to the professionals. The most training and experience in the Kennebecasis. Serving you for 30 years. Offering project classes. 849-8008. 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. VEHICLES 2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT hatchback, 50,000km. Top condition, silver, loaded, reasonably priced. 506-216-0302. 2010 CAMRY, 4-door, 4-cyl, keyless entry, Diamond coat, A/C, cruise, winter tires on rims included, 94,000km, excellent condition, $12,500. 847-3675. WANTED WANTED HOUSES TO CLEAN. Reasonable rates. References available. Call Tammy at 333-4855.





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