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“WHY DO I NEED TO BE AWARE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS?” Speaker: Cpl. Phil Joudrey, RCMP Candelescent Lab

Fentanyl is a powerful opioid analgesic, similar to morphine but 50-110 times more powerful. It is highly addictive and very dangerous. Fentannyl is a major problem and has now surfaced in Nova Scotia.
***First Responders / parents / and others should know the dangers of this drug and how it is a public health problem which directly, or indirectly, affects each community / family by addiction.
To learn more about what “Fentanyl” is, come to the Brooklyn Fire Hall, Hwy 215, Brooklyn, Hants County on Tuesday, May 9th, 7:00 pm.
**Hosted by the Ardoise, Ellershouse and

FRAUD WORKSHOP PRESENTATION – Speaker: Cst. Ross

There are many known scams, pitches and fraud types, with new ones invented daily. Even though parts of the scam may change and new scams are invented almost daily, the best way to protect yourself is to be informed. If it seems too good to be true, it usually is. There are many types of scams: telemarketing scams; online scams; email and text message scams; identity theft; business scams; mail scams. Mount Uniacke COP / RCMP / Uniacke Newsletter are hosting a Fraud Presentation by the RCMP at the Mount Uniacke RCL Legion on
Monday,

LILY GALBRAITH – REMEMBRANCE DAY POSTER WINNER

On April 6, Poppy Chair Lorraine Wagner and Pres. Mabel McCarthy presented Grade 6 student, Lily Galbraith, with a certificate and cheque from NS/NU Command. Her Remembrance Day poster was submitted to the Provincial Command Poster Contest and her poster came in second in the province.
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SUPPORTING EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION ONE TOONIE AT A TIME

Ella
As high school graduation approaches we are remembering Ella Lentz, an Avon View High School graduate from Mount Uniacke, who received one of the Rotary Bursaries last year.
Since 1975, our Club has presented bursaries every year to 3 local students who plan to further their education. Two of these bursaries are available to students graduating from Avon View High School and one to a Hantsport student graduating from Horton District High School.
We are excited to learn that Ella is having a successful year at