ETHEL SARSON WILL BE CELEBRATING HER “90TH” BIRTHDAY ON SUNDAY, JULY 10TH AND WOULD LIKE TO INVITE HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO DROP BY HER HOME AT 382 HWY 1 IN MOUNT UNIACKE BETWEEN 1 PM AND 3 PM AND HAVE A PIECE OF BIRTHDAY CAKE WITH ETHEL AND WISH HER A HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!
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PROPOSED MEMORIAL FOR
PTE. JOHN CURWIN
Some local Uniacke citizens are endeavouring to develop a community memorial for a former Uniacke citizen who was killed while serving with the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan.
The Uniacke Heritage Society received a message in September 2008 from Pte. John Curwin requesting a Uniacke or a Nova Scotia flag for his barracks in Afghanistan.
Representatives from Uniacke community associations consulted with Provincial officials, and many community associates, including military veterans, who supported the initiative. A Uniacke Flag and
GREAT NEWS! Repairs to the exterior of the house are under way! Internal Services does a fantastic carpentry job and the paint project has just been awarded and will start shortly. The stone walls at the entrance are in the process of being repaired as well.
The Museum opens on June 1st for our 200th Anniversary Season. Our hours will be 10am to 5pm every day. We are fully booked with school programs in the month of June. Uniacke Estate will also be in the Uniacke Fire Fighters’ Parade on June 18th. The Museum will be closed until