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St. Pat's Annual Christmas Luncheon Nov 29-30

St. Patrick's CWL will be holding its Annual Christmas Luncheon and Sale on Saturday, November 29th from 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm with the sale portion continuing on Sunday, November 30th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

Come enjoy a lasagna lunch for only $8.00 and then peruse our various tables: craft, bake, jewellery, odds & ends, and the new-to-you.

Ground hog interrupting a golf game at the Jeffery Hale Golf Tournament

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This little critter didn't seem to be afraid of the golfers.

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Christmas Hamper Campaign begins preparations for Drive

With Christmas less than two months away members of the Community Christmas Hamper Committee are busily preparing for the 13th Annual Hamper Drive, which will run from Sunday, November 9 to Sunday, December 14.

Volunteers will help to delivery bountiful hampers on Saturday, December 20, just in time for the holidays.

No manpower relief for Jeff until 2013

The president of the Saint Brigid’s-Jeffery Hale Hospital Board of Directors, Didier Culat, delivered a sobering message at the organization’s annual public meeting last week: the labour shortage at the Jeff-St. Brigid’s is not expected to improve until 2013.

Remembering the fallen in Shannon

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Photo: Shirley Kiley

The community of Shannon paid its respects to the fallen during its eighth annual Remembrance Day ceremony at the Celtic cross on the grounds of St. Joseph’s Chapel last Sunday. About 150 people came to pay their respects.

Remembering the bombs that fell on Brighton, England

As I am an old lady now and as Remembrance Day has just passed, I think more often at this time of that awful day during World War Two. Maybe writing some of it down will put it in perspective.

It was a Monday morning. I came out of a deep sleep because of a very low-flying plane. It was around 7 a.m., a little too early for my alarm to go off to get me up to go to work.

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Valcartier Garrison unveils new monument, DDO School participates

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Photo: Douglas Hincks

The Valcartier Garrison unveiled a newly refurbished monument to its war dead on Remembrance Day to remember its fallen members, 10 in the last year alone. Students from Douglas Hincks’ Grade 6 class at Dol lard-des-Ormeaux School joined 1,000 military service men and women in attending the ceremony.

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