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It is the VETERAN, not the preacher, who has given us freedom of religion.
It is the VETERAN, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press.
It is the VETERAN, not the poet, who has give us freedom of speech.
It is the VETERAN, not the campus organizer, who has given us freedom to assemble.
It is the VETERAN, not the lawyer, who has given us the right to a fair trial.
It is the VETERAN, not the politician, who has give us the right to


Anyone wanting to send Christmas Wishes to friends, relatives, neighbours, readers of the Uniacke Newsletter, 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 19/16. We ask that you send your “donation” along with the names you wish to have on our tree in no later than December 9/16 so the tree can be set up and ready for print.
Your Loonies /Toonies / etc., along with the names, can be dropped in the box at Eddy’s by


The POPPY BLITZ will be on Friday, October 28. Legion members will be at various businesses in our community. The Letgion “Day of Remembrance” Church Service will be held on Sunday, October 30 at 10AM at Holy Spirit Anglican Church. Wreaths are on sale now. Sellers will be contacting people already on their list. Anyone else wishing to purchase a wreath may call the Branch at 866-4022. Your name and number will be passed on to a seller to contact you.


The Third Annual Chrismas tree lighting will take place on Sunday, December 4th at 6PM at the Heritage Corner in Mount Uniacke.
Come out an djoin us ofr a carol sing and perhaps see a Special Visitor.
There will be refreshments to follow at the Legion.
There will not be a LIGHT EXCHANGE this year as Efficiency Nova Scotia has discontinued the practice.


Our annual fundraising dinner and auction will take place on Nov 19, 2016 at the Mt. Uniacke Legion. dinner will be held at 5:30PM. Tickets for this event can be purchased at Uniacke Pharmacy for $12.00 each. Tickets will be on a first come first served basis so don’t wait too long.
At around 6:30PM ther will be free wine and cheese available as you check out the live auction items. No children under the age of 19 will be permitted in the hall when the Wine and cheese social starts.
The live auction will start

THANK YOU – Raymakers

Raising Nic and Tia in Mount Uniacke has been the best decision, as parents, we could have ever made. With the assistance of every friend, neighbour, teacher, store owner, bus driver, sports coach, and community member, we were able to guide our children to become patient, tolerant, kind and compassionate adults.
The sudden death of Nic has given us time to reflect on our community, the wonderful people who live here and the tremendous support that we have been blessed to receive, from the time that each of


Awarded for a competitive spirit combined with an enthusiasm and passion for skating
Sponsored by
Riverview Skating Club &
West Hants Minor Hockey Association
Joshua Lake-Crossley 1997-2009
Josh did not live a long life, but he lived a full life. Despite being born with a heart condition he pursued his dreams of being an athlete. He skated with Riverview Skating Club for 3 years in the Canskate program. He represented Riverview at Canskate competitions, winning medals in elements and speed skating events. He started playing hockey in 2002 with the West Hants Warriors where he stood out