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Sharon Frost

November 28: Full Beaver Moon.

Get well wishes to Josie Gibson. Hope she is on the mend.

Sister Judy of Moncton, brother Mike Fitzgerald of Quisspamsis visited their sister Pat Yardley over the weekend.

Ross Cookson and Bonnie Jo Chambers said their wedding vows on Saturday afternoon with family and friends in attendance. The tables were nicely decorated, 3 tier wedding cake in place. Country music played in the background. Mike Burgess played the organ for the wedding party entrance. A lovely buffet was enjoyed, enough food to feed the town.

The yearly St. Andrews Christmas Farmers’ Market is being held on Saturday, December 1 at Sir James Dunn Academy from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Homemade wreaths, food and more!

A delightful Thanksgiving dinner was prepared at St. Anne’s on Thursday for those not wanting to be alone or do without a nice meal. Sponsored by Calais area churches. A bright, sunny day it was, but not as many as was expected took advantage. A lot of hard work by the volunteers. See photos in this week’s paper.

Sympathy to the Reardon family for their loss. A lovely lady, Mary was.

Mark your calendars for the Calais Lioness Parade on Friday, December 7 at 6:00 p.m. starting at the Calais Motor Inn and ending at Triangle Park. Local merchants will also be opened for the Annual Moonlight Madness Sale. Shop local!

Pat Yardley attended the Kirk McColl Church Bazaar on Thursday in St. Stephen. What a lovely set up, beautiful crafts, lots of fudge and goodies. Tables were filled with new and used items, jewelry, homemade mittens. A great turn out.

All those who enjoy listing, join us at the Christmas Concert with Shiretown Singers at All Saints Anglican Church in St. Andrews on December 9 at 2:30 p.m. US.

Student musicians in grades 7-12 are presenting a Pops Concert at the Calais High School on December 6 at 7:00 p.m. Festive songs that will help you get in the spirit of Christmas. See their ad in this week’s paper.

There is lots going on in the area. Take note of the signs in the store windows and boards in the grocery stores. Plan to get out and join in the festivities, you’ll feel good in doing so.

Birthday wishes! Barbara Sprague, Kathy Irving, Michelle Johnson, Ron Putnam, Carole Thornton, Melo Cristen, Betty Monk and Dayton Dineen.