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The Senior’s Day Christmas Party is scheduled for Tuesday, December 19 at 1pm at the Mount Uniacke Legion. This year we will be serving chili and rolls. There will be sweets, tea and coffee. You are welcome to bring a few sweets if you wish. Santa will pass out little gifts.
With Christmas music (discs) and your good spirit, you will all make it a great day! Bring along your favourite music and we should be able to play it. Charge will
We the Valley Gate Community Committee would like to wish everyone a very happy and healthy Holiday Season and take this opportunity to thank all who have supported us thus far in our fundraising efforts!
Since May we have done numerous bottle drives, 3 movie nights, 2 50/50 draws, a Touch a Truck event, a Teddy Bear Picnic, our first ever “Cut the Clutter Children’s Sale” and a Vendor/Craft sale. We have also received a couple of cash donations. To date we have raised $4,687.77!!! We couldn’t have done it without the support of this amazing community! We are
Anyone wishing to send Christmas wishes to friends, relatives, neighbours, readers of the Uniacke Newsletter everywhere, 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 18, 2017. We ask that you send your “donation” along with the names you wish to have on our tree in no later than December 8, 2017 so the tree can be set up and ready for print.
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***How soon after a snow storm will my road be plowed?
We’re on the job day and night, 24/7, keeping our roads as clear and safe as possible. Road clearing is scheduled according to the kind of road and traffic levels. This allows for maximum mobility for the most amount of people during stormy weather.
The plowing priorities and service levels are:
• 100-Series and Trunk highways and other high traffic roads – within 8 hours after snow stops
• Local paved roads, including most subdivisions and residential streets- within 24 hours after snow stops
Open Nov 15 to Dec 24
Grant & Melba Hogan
315 Etter Rd.
Mt. Uniacke, NS B0N 1Z0