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The Uniacke Newsletter experienced many setbacks this month which made it impossible to release the hard copy of the Uniacke Newsletter for March into the community.
Computer woes, an operation of one of our volunteers as well as the weather all contributed towards the impossibility of creating the hard copy for this month. We do apologize for the inconvenience it may have caused. Please note that ALL articles / information sent into us has been or is being updated onto the web site as quickly as we can.
Many thanks to our web master, Doug Smith, for assisting
FEB 25TH 1PM-4PM
MOUNT UNIACKE LEGION MEMORABILIA LOUNGE
Reg Dalrymple was a pillar of our community. Besides acting as Chairperson of the Uniacke Wishgivers Organization for years, he also supported many other local charities, organizations and sports teams. He was a very generous man and strived to help anyone in need within the community.
Reg was an avid guitarist and music lover. He was a long-standing member of the Mount Uniacke Legion, where he formed friendships with many community members over the years.
Please join us on Feb 25th to celebrate Reg and his contributions to our community. Bring your guitar or choose
Heartfelt thanks to our Mount Uniacke Family for all your love and support in the past month. Your visits, cards and hugs have helped us face each new day. Many thanks to Cyril and Leo for speaking at Eddy’s service. Selma for her daily support and help planning Edmond’s Celebration. Ryan and the Uniacke Firehall for stepping up instantly to do whatever was needed to make things easier. Paulette and the Uniacke Legion worked endless hours to make sure every small detail was taken covered. Rosanne, through the Uniacke Newsletter, was kind enough to do the printing of the