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26 Beamish Road
Mount Uniacke, NS B0N 1Z0
30th Nov., 7:30-10am
Windsor & District Lions Club
Room 4 (downstairs) – Windsor Community Ctr.
Proceeds towards a new barn for “Hope for Wildlife”
Some animals may be available to view
A Winter Outerwear Drive will be held on Saturday, NOVEMBER 22 from 12-4 p.m. at the Newport United Church in Brooklyn. If anyone has any “lightly used” items they would like to donate they can be dropped off that day. All sizes from infants to adults will be accepted.
NOVEMBER 22ND, 2014
12 NOON – 2:30PM
There is the tea part on one side of the hall and the sale on the other – gift baskets, games, bake goods, crafts. Fun stuff for kids with a pocket full of loonies and toonies.
Sackville Bingo Hall
133 First Lake Drive
In support of Carter District Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders & Rangers.
Pte. Curwin grew up in Mount Uniacke, NS where he loved to play hockey and was an avid Montreal Canadiens fan. He enjoyed fishing, Friday night poker games with his friends and the early Saturday morning golf games that followed. John married his childhood sweetheart, Laura, and was a dedicated dad to their three children. “John was loved by everyone who knew him, from his friends, immediate family and to his extended family.”
Curwin and his colleagues were part of a quick reaction force, responding to
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, Canadians are asked to pause in memory of the thousands of men and women who sacrificed their lives in military service.
Remembrance Day was first held throughout the Commonwealth in 1919. It marks the armistice to end the First World War, which came into effect 11am on Nov 11 a year earlier.
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
The Legion “Day of Remembrance” Church Service will be held on Sunday, November 9 at 11:00am at Uniacke Baptist Church. Anyone wishing to purchase a wreath may call the Branch at 866-4022. Your name and number will be passed on to a seller to contact you. Crosses are $35.00 and Wreaths are $45.00.
The REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE will be held on Tuesday, November 11 at 11:00am. Line up for the parade in the Legion parking lot at 10:45am. Reception will follow in the Legion downstairs hall.
Music upstairs from 2:00
It’s that time of the year when our thoughts and preparations turn towards Christmas. We will be having our “Community Christmas Tree” on display on the front page of our Christmas 2014 Edition of the Uniacke Newsletter. If you want to help support the Uniacke Newsletter and send Christmas Wishes to family and friends on the front page of our Christmas edition, please drop the names as you wish to see them on the tree along with your toonies into the drop box at Eddy’s no later than December12.