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Stuff the Cruiser is set for Saturday, December 17th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Come and join this fun event!
We are hoping to get enough food donations to stuff a cruiser for local families in need.
All contributions will be delivered to a local food bank on Monday, December 19th.
Cst. Shelley MacDonald
Community Policing Officer
Hants East District
Office (902) 883-7077
Fax (902) 883-7060
1. Occurrence: Abandoned Vehicle
Report of an abandoned vehicle crashed into the trees on a logging road. The vehicle, a black Avalanche (no plate, papers) appears to have been there for quite some time. Still attempting to locate owner of said vehicle.
2. Occurrence: Theft of Motor Vehicle
Location: West Gore
Complainant reported that a 2006 blue Ford Freestyle was stolen from the yard. The only keys for the vehicle were in the house, house secure. The investigation is still ongoing.
3. Occurrence: Break and Enter
Location: Mount Uniacke
Complainant of a break and enter at the
CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF CARING AND SHARING
Sunday, November 27, 2016 10AM
St. Paul’s Christian Education Centre
St. Paul’s United Church
293 Etter Road, Mount Uniacke
Reception to follow.
DEC 3, 2016
10AM – 1PM
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT LAKELANDS, NS
Come and see our wonderful crafts, lots of new items………a chance to do some Christmas shopping……….We have yummy beaked goods and preserves…..
Light Lunch (sandwiches & sweets) $5
Don’t miss out!
Newport United Church in Brooklyn on Sunday, December 4th at 6:30 pm.
Free will offering
In the September issue of the Uniacke Newsletter there was a tribute to June & Byron MacMillan celebrating their 90th & 95th birthdays, respectively, as well as their 70th Wedding Anniversary all in June 2016. They spent a lovely summer together at home getting out on the patio to watch the birds and watch the vegetable garden grow.
June passed away peacefully at home October 18th surrounded by her loving family. Much to everyone’s shock, Byron died very suddenly at home Oct. 27th, 9 days following the death of the love of his life. They will be
Anyone wanting to send Christmas Wishes to friends, relatives, neighbours, readers of the Uniacke Newsletter, etc. can send them via our Annual Front Page Christmas Tree which will be “decorated” in the Christmas issue of the Uniacke Newsletter due for release the week of December 19/16. We ask that you send your “donation” along with the names you wish to have on our tree in no later than December 9/16 so the tree can be set up and ready for print. Your loonies / toonies / etc., along with the names, can be dropped in the box at
Once again we will be putting up the trees in the stores in Mount Uniacke as soon as we receive the information. Locations will be: Eddy’s, Esso, Guardian Pharmacy, Lakelands Variety and Uniacke Pizza.
Thanking you in advance for the children.
Delores and Joyce
The Third Annual Christmas tree lighting will take place on Sunday, December 4th at 6:00 pm at the Heritage Corner in Mt. Uniacke.
Come out and join us for a carol sing and perhaps see a Special Visitor.
There will be refreshments to follow at the Legion.
There will not be a LIGHT EXCHANGE this year as Efficiency Nova Scotia has discontinued the practice.
This volunteer group has paid for supplies for a volunteer within the community of Mount Uniacke to make apples and pumpkins and flower boards for the hangers along Highway #1 and Etter Road in Mount Uniacke. At one time, the hangers had flower baskets containing real flowers blooming away all summer long to hopefully beautify the main road through our community and to pull the community together in a show of unity. When our volunteer who had been watering these flowers could no longer do the job due to an emergency heart operation requirement, the request was put
The Uniacke Union Church Trustee Association would like to thank:
The Legion Branch 165, especially Paulette Foley for all her help
Jim Sampson and Stan Horton for organizing the music and being there for meetings and planning
The following talented performers who donated their time and talent:
-Theresa & Ron Mayhew
-St. Paul’s United Church Choir under leadership of Art Nicoll and Karen Lydiard
-Anne Marie Rockwell & Friends
-Jim Sampson & Stan Horton who always attended and organized the Jam Sessions held twice a month at the Legion upstairs, Blue Room