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Rosanne Bland, Editor
Joyce Steadman, Bookkeeper
26 Beamish Road
Mount Uniacke, NS B0N 1Z0
#3 Ardoise School Rd. @ Hwy1, West Hants
Saturday, February 28, 2015, 1pm
(doors open 12:00)
$10.00 per person
Bring a partner
1st , 2nd, 3rd, winners prizes & highest hand prize
For more information call 902 757-2107
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE APPLICATION MUST BE RETURNED TO THE MUNICIPALITY NO LATER THAN 4:30 PM ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20/15.
WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE LATE NOTIFICATION.
GO TO: http://www.easthants.ca/content/recreation-and-culture
UNDER THE HEADING – SUPPORT FOR VOLUNTEERS
CLICK ON Municipal Volunteer Recognition Awards Nomination Form.
East Hants Historical Society will meet March 10, 7:30pm, at East Gore Community Centre (corner Hwy 202 & Barr Settlement Rd.)
Program: Peter Ashley on “The Floyer and Owen Expeditions–military operations of the 18th century.”
Membership renewal and signing new members.
SPCA National Cupcake Day
Hosted by: Windsor Central Supply Store
Purchase some tasty cupcakes which support saving and placing abused, neglected and homeless companion animals.
Each day, the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board’s fleet of 200 buses transports over 17,000 students to and from schools across the board. In a given year, CCRSB buses travel more than 1,000,000 kilometers!
Safety and security is the top priority for students on buses, and at bus stops.
When picking students up or dropping them off at bus stops, parents/guardians need to remember to observe the rules of the road:
• Do not park facing the wrong way on the road. Find a safe, legal spot where you can park your car and wait for your child.
• Do not park in
JANUARY 29, 2015
Meeting at NSE offices, Bedford N.S.
Jamie Burns, Norma Bennett, Margaret Miller, Cyril McDonald and Doug Lewis
NSE explained that the process for quarry approval under 3.9 hectares requires an industrial permit that requires basic scrutiny to ensure the requirements for the quarry legislation is being met. The proponent submits the application with the location, size, material to be removed, and an overview of how the quarry is proposed to operate.
NSE reviews this application and either approves the application, issues required changes to be carried out before approval or rejects the permit based on several factors. Each quarry
We have now uploaded a letter from Blackburn English Barristers and Solicitors regarding the proposed quarry in our community. There is more information that we could not upload due to size of file. If you wish to have a copy of the entire file, please e-mail the editor of the Uniacke Newsletter and we will send it to you.
We are having a few problems with attachments. The articles already set up are fine and attachments, once left clicked, will enlarge for easier viewing. We will be updating the web site more in the next few days with more letters received from concerned residents. We have received a letter from a lawyer who has shared his findings with our community, with the Municipality and with the Provincial government regarding this project. We will try to have it set up on the web site the evening of Wed. Jan 28/15. We do apologize for the
To make it easier to follow the articles and the updated information that is coming in on a constant basis, we have created a new section to our web site to handle the Quarry Proposal. Click on “Quarry Proposal” to view research information and links. It will be easier, we hope, to follow the stories and will enable us to keep them all together as we prepare for the current issue of the Uniacke Newsletter publishing. We are posting 2 maps supplied by Northumberland Capital Corp.Inc. (left click on a map to enlarge. A record of complaints must
UDS REUNION 2015
Event Details: August 22, 2015 – Mount Uniacke Royal Canadian Legion, 18 Veterans Lane, Mount Uniacke
Times: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Meet and Greet – students and teachers only.
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Dinner and clean-up – open to students and teachers only.
8:00 pm – 1:00 am – Dance – depending on occupancy numbers spouses may be able to attend.
Cost will be $60.00/person.
In support of Jessica Hosking and Haley Williams Avonview High School trip to Europe
WHEN: Sunday, February 8, 2015
WHERE: Uniacke & District Fire Hall 765 Highway 1 Mount Uniacke, NS
Doors open at 12:30 pm for viewing, free lunch and draw at 1:30pm
Thank you for your support!
Snow date: Sunday, February 15, 2015
NEW student special for the Mount Uniacke and Windsor area.
Definition of a new student:
Someone who has never done Taekwon-Do before or a former student who hasn’t trained in the last six months.
$125 plus tax for three months and 50% off uniform
OFFER. EXPIRES February 28 2015
Registration for UNIACKE DISTRICT SCHOOL will take place Thursday, February 12, 2015. 902-866-5100
Registration is open to children who will be five on, or before, December 31, 2015. Parents/guardians are required to contact Uniacke District School to arrange an appointment to register. The registration process takes about 30 minutes. Information regarding dates, times and phone numbers can also be accessed on the CCRSB website at www.ccrsb.ca.
Our most sincere thanks to BREWSTER WELL DRILLING for being so prompt in coming to our rescue when our water abruptly cut off on December 30. I called them for help and they said they’d be coming later that day or first thing the next morning. Sure enough, at 7:45AM, Thursday, December 31 (New Year’s Eve Day!!) they were there and had all in order within an hour or two. Thank you. Thank you.
Believe it or not this is the first time EVER in approximately 43 years we have actually worked the entire year out!
January 23 February 20 March 20 April 24
May 22 June 26 July – no Newsletter
August 21 September 25 October 23
November 20 December 15 – aiming for Dec 22 release
January 2016 – deadline is
Primary to Grade Six
Uniacke & District Fire Hall
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Friday, February 13, 2015
Proceeds for Jessica Hosking and Haley Williams
Avonview High School Europe Trip