Town News

Sharon Frost



November 11th Veterans Day. Remembrance Day in Canada.

November 15th is National Young Readers Day. Read a book, a play, a poem, or the newspaper.

On Saturday evening, I attended the Gospel Concert at Upper Mills United Church. A neat little church, well taken care of, decorated for the fall season. It was a full house. The Valley Gospel singers got us all in a happy mood. They are the best. The Leeman’s, The Generation Gap and Ronnie Hall and friends gave quite a musical review. I got to see an old school friend from Caitherres. A lovely lunch followed the concert.

Sorry to read of the passing of Richard Tokarz. His father Joe worked at Customs for years. A great guy.

The 40th Annual St. George Craft Fair is being held on Saturday, November 12th 8 - 1(US) at Funday High School. Some friends are talking about attending.

The Cub Scout Pack 132 were busy on Saturday with their food drive. I heard some were around all day with their bags collecting. Good job, guys!

There will be a Post Harvest Supper at St. Patrick’s Hall, Milltown Blvd. on Thursday, November 17th at 5:30 (US). Roast beef with all the fixings, blueberry crisp with whip cream for dessert. I’m hungry already.

The Kirk McCall U.C.W. Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November 19th 8 - noon (US). Crafts, books, baked goods, fancy dishes, white elephant table and much more.

Veterans’ Day assembly at Calais High School is on Thursday, November 19th at 9:15 am.

Dear Brave Veterans: I cannot thank you enough for your courage - the courage to fight for the freedom every American holds so dear. May their names live in glory forever and their souls in Heaven above.

Charlotte County SPCA Christmas  craft Sale at St. Stephen Legion on Saturday, November 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (US).

Sounds like a wonderful evening at Calais High School Coffee House on November 18th at 6:30. Coffee and sweets provided. Admission $6.00. Christian Emery, Kylie Donovan, The Duffy and Sanchez families, Dr. Newman, Released and Unleashed, Keltic Schmentic, Bob Poirier, 29 and Holding. Can’t wait. Whenever Dr. Newman performs, it’s worth everything.

I wanted to get this in so people would plan ahead. The St. Andrews Community Players present the English version of Les Belles Seurs - a dramatic comedy for mature audiences on Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th at 6:30 pm (US) at the W.C. O’Neill Arena Theatre. Tickets $10.00. Sounds like a womens’ night out with hubby.

November 11th Veterans Service at the Congregational Church at 6:00 p.m.

No need to sit home and be bored, lots going on.

Our last note: The McAdam Railway Station will welcome you to join them on Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday, November 17, 18, 19, 20 from 1 - 7 (US) Every room is decorated. The station glitters and snines. Join them for a festive time of friendship and fun at McAdam. For tickets call the station 784-1400 and leave a message. They will call you back.

Come join in at Baring Baptist Church for the Christmas Child Packing party on Saturday, November 12th at 2 pm. A project of Samaritans Purse. The gift filled shoe boxes become opportunities to share the good news of Jesus. here will be music, cookies and hot cocoa. See you there.

Cut the Cake Once Again:  Sharon Nelson, Kristen Gower, Tommy Ginn, Sally Baker, Carole Thornton, Brenna Corbett, Katie Price Pierce, Avery Holmes, Bucky Wartman, Ruth Sousa, Sally Smith, Drew Case, Chris Grant.

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