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THERE WILL BE A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR EDDY AT THE MOUNT UNIACKE LEGION ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5 AT 2PM.
October 11, 1966 to January 22, 2017
It is with sad hearts that we must acknowledge the passing of Eddy Chater (Eddy’s Variety) of Mount Uniacke. Eddy was liked / loved by everyone who met him and who had the opportunity to know him.
Always smiling, forever helpful, enchantingly friendly.
Eddy passed away at 3am Nova Scotia time, in Lebanon, where he went in late 2015
Another freshwater lake in our community is being taken away. These lots are only .7 acres in size! Can they guarantee NO LEAKAGE into Long Lake? Think about Lewis Lake and other lakes in our community. Are they polluted or not? What EXTRA measures, if any, are being put in place to ensure NO septic seepage into Long Lake?
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Municipality of the District of East Hants, at their regular meeting on Wednesday, December 21, 2016, approved the following proposal:
DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AMENDMENT, EAST UNIACKE
An application from 3230225 Nova
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Nova Scotia Power is preparing for the wind storm which is forecast to hit throughout the night. This storm is expected to bring extreme winds across the province which could impact service to customers. Our Emergency Operations Centre is now open and we are working with the provincial Emergency Management Office.
We are well prepared for this storm with 30 damage assessment teams, 29 forestry crews, and more than 160 power line technicians ready to respond. We
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