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all Stock
SALE!
Maritime Homes
Pine Grove Centre
Exit 12, Hwy. 103
Save $3,000 + tax
on stock units.
(across the street from Tim Hortons)
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1-888-648-4445
The inaugural edition of the Petite Noel Artisan and Craft Show will be held at five venues in the Petite Riviere
area November 22 and 23. Participants in the event include, from left, Tanya Shaw of the Petite Corner Store,
jeweller Glennie Gordon, Carol Martin of Mariner Craft, Jane Steele of River House Rug Hooking, quilter Linda
MacDonald and Leslie Marshall of Wesley United Church.
Limited time offer.
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902-543-1979
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69 Conquerall Road, Hebb’s Cross
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Hours: Monday - Friday 8am-5pm, Saturday 8am-12noon
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library
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THIS WEEK
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Dr. Colin MacLeod will discuss
naturopathic treatments for cancer
at the Lunenburg library on November 20.
Some of the natural treatments
include the ketogenic diet, Mistletoe injections, intravenous Vitamin
C treatments, medicinal mushrooms, herbal medicine, orthomolecular nutrient dosing and localized hyperthermia.
Dr. Colin MacLeod is a Naturopathic doctor practicing out of the
Halifax area. Dr. MacLeod provides
treatments which blend ancient traditional medicine with modern science and research.
The presentation begins at 6:30
p.m. Questions and discussion are
welcome.
Bluenose Academy Middle School students do a town scavenger
hunt for “take me outside day” on October 29. Pictured are Nick
Coleman and Janelle Jensen reading the sign at the Knaut Rhuland
House museum for answers to questions.
Saturday
November 29, 2014
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Public Meeting Notice
Thursday, November 27, 2014 at 7:00 pm
Men’s Drop in
Basketball (Ages
18+) — 7:30-9 p.m.,
Tuesdays to November
25, Bayview Community School.
Older Adult Fitness
(50+) — 10:30-11:30
a.m., Tuesdays & Thursdays to December 18,
Mahone Bay Legion.
Municipality of
Chester
902-275-3490
Seniors’ Christmas
Party — Chester
Legion, December 3,
1 p.m.
Free Public Skate
— December 13, 5-6
p.m., Chester rink. Refreshments.
town of
bridgewater
543-2274
First Aid & CPR —
Emergency level, November 22 or December 2; Standard level,
November 22 and 23
or December 2 and 3,
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Kitchen Party (Age
55+) — November
26, 1:30-3 p.m., HB
Studios Sports Centre.
Musical entertainment
by Ron Muise - Country
Sounds. Enjoy shuffleboard and floor curling,
play cards and board
games, bocce, baggo
and hillbilly golf or
croquet.
Christmas on the
LaHave — November 29, 5-7:30 p.m.,
King Street downtown
Bridgewater. Parade,
6 p.m., and fireworks,
7:30 p.m. Letters to
Santa and Food Bank
donations to be picked
up along the parade
route.
Please be advised that a meeting of the Municipality of the District
of Lunenburg’s Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) is scheduled
for Thursday November 27, 2014, commencing at 7:00 pm in the
Municipal Council Chambers, 210 Aberdeen Road, Bridgewater.
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the following matters:
Public Skating —
Bridgewater Memorial
Arena, Sundays, 3:154:45 p.m.
All Planning Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public
and the public are encouraged to attend. For further information,
please contact Jeff Merrill, Director of Planning & Development
Services at 541-1340.
60+ Recreational
Hockey — Every
Monday, 1-2:30 p.m.,
Bridgewater Memorial
Arena.
1) Next Steps following Coastal Policy Consultations
2) Proposed amendments to Blockhouse Secondary Planning
Strategy, regarding Restricted Developments
3) Heritage Advisory Committee: Application to register a Municipal Heritage Property, 104 School House Rd, LaHave, PID
#60351616;
4) Any Other Planning Matters.
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- Laurenda Reeves
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The Lighthouse Log, Thursday, November 20, 2014
Page 3
in the community
District of
lunenburg
recreation
902-541-1343
Old Shore Road
Hike (new date) —
1 p.m., December 6.
Meet end of Green Bay
Road.
Christmas on the
LaHave — Parade
and fireworks, 5-7:30
p.m., November 29,
King Street, Bridgewater.
New Germany
Countryside
Christmas – November 29-December 6.
A host of community
events! Search New
Germany Calendar.
Tree Lighting & Open
Family Christmas
Party – 3-5 p.m.,
December 14, MARC,
Dayspring.
municipality of
queens
902-354-5741
2014 Holiday
Light Exchange
— December 5, 5:30
p.m.
Physical Activity
in a Box — Did you
know that the Recreation Department has
a variety of equipment
for loan? GPS system,
Nordic walking poles,
flag football and Ladder Golf Set. There is
a refundable deposit
required upon pick-up,
items will be loaned
to those 19 years and
older.
BMO Financial GrOup
aquatic centre
Lunenburg
County
LifestyLe
Centre
Water Volleyball —
December 11, 7-8 p.m.
Female Only Swim
— December 7, 7-8
p.m.
Aqua Zumba –
Wednesdays, 8-9 p.m.
Elderfit – Monday,
Wednesday, Friday,
10-11 a.m.
!
Standard First Aid
& CPR Recert –
Friday, November
21.
10% OFF Storewide
Two Locations Serving
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Standard First Aid
& CPR – Friday, November 21 & Saturday,
November 22.
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Offer valid until November 27
Lunenburg
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902.634.8686
Bridgewater
Pine Grove Centre, Unit 3,
#305 (Exit 12) Hwy. 10, Cookville
902.530.3774
!
Seniors Kitchen
Parties (55+) —
1:30-3 p.m., November
26, HB Studios Sport
Centre, Glen Allen
Drive, Bridgewater.
House, December 4.
LED Light Exchange,
Mini Trees & more! 1-4
p.m., December 7, New
Germany Elementary
School.
www.cilantrocooks.com
Excluding Food & Chocolate
Lunenburg & Bridgewater locations
Valid in-store only. Cannot be combined with
any other offers. Not applicable to items currently
on sale or gourmet food products.
Aqua Combo –
Mondays, 9-10 a.m.
Aqua Core –
Mondays, 6-7 p.m.;
Wednesdays, November
26, December, 3, 10 &
17, 12:15-1 p.m.
National Lifeguard
Course — November
22-23 and December 6,
7, 13 and 14.
Early Dismissal
Days — Come skate
1:30-2:30 p.m. and
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Sports Injuries
Back Pain
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Dr. Marilyn also has a special interest in
treating children and babies.
To Book Your Appointment call: 902-543-2131
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The Town of Bridgewater is inviting applications for various
representatives to serve on the following 2 Committees:
- Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Committee (1 citizen
representative). The PR&C promotes the opportunity for recreation
and culture among residents of the town in cooperation with
volunteer community organizations and to assist in consultation
on matters affecting recreational facilities, programs and services,
etc.
You get
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- Ad Hoc Off Leash Dog Park Advisory Committee to the
PRC Advisory Committee. (1 Stakeholder Representative & 2
Bridgewater resident representatives). This Ad Hoc Committee is
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the PRC Advisory Committee (through the PRC Director) on
policies, design, phasing, communications, and fund-raising plans
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can email [email protected] and request an application.
Applications for the Ad Hoc Off Leash Dog Park Advisory Committee
will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 28, 2014.
Applications for the PRC Advisory Committee will be accepted until
4:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 3, 2014.
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Completed applications can be emailed to [email protected]
or dropped off at the main office, 60 Pleasant Street to the attention
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I
EP=a2 has killed more
people than E=mc2
of degenerative diseases. Giffordt’s been said Einstein’s E=mc2
is the world’s most important
Jones law states that one disease
scientific equation. Unfortuoften leads to another, then another.
nately, it also created the atomic
The best example is that obesity
bomb that killed thousands in the
leads to Type 2 diabetes and 50 per
Second World War. But I believe
cent of diabetics die of a heart atmy equation EP = a2 (extra pounds
tack due to atherosclerosis.
= atherosclerosis squared) is the
The problem isn’t complicated.
world’s important medical equaIf all the toilets in the country
tion. Regrettably, it’s killing more
stopped flushing due to plugged
millions every year than E=mc2.
pipes, civilization as we
Think again if you beknow it would quickly
lieve this is exaggerated.
end. If the organs of our
Consider human obebody lack oxygenated
sity. Nothing, including
blood due to plugged arthe thousands of books
teries, our own lives on
on weight loss and diet,
this planet end.
has been able to stop
It’s been said that you
the epidemic of obesity
can whip a tired horse
which gets worse worldonly so long before it
wide every year.
drops. Extra pounds simNor does anyone have
ilarly put tremendous
the solution to the probstress on the pancreas. It
lem of increasing numeventually collapses and
bers of people developstops producing insulin.
ing Type 2 diabetes. The
When I graduated
The
Doctor
Game
US Centers for Disease
from The Harvard MediControl and Prevention
cal School 65 years ago,
reports that one in 13
only five per cent of
North Americans has
people had Type 2 diabetes and 95
diabetes and one in four over the
per cent was due to genetics. Now,
age of 65 suffer from this disease.
95 per cent develop Type 2 diabetes
Then there are an estimated 14
(better called lifestyle diabetes)
million people in North America
due to obesity. And obese children
who don’t even know they have diausually become obese adults. This
betes, and millions more have premeans they face the increased risk
diabetes, just one step away from
of blindness, kidney failure, leg
diabetes and its complications. All
amputation and heart attack.
these figures increase every year.
Atherosclerosis is therefore the
So how does this combination
ultimate
destroyer, gradually dekill? It’s because EP (extra pounds)
creasing the amount of oxygenated
= a2 (atherosclerosis), causes the
rust that collects in all of our arter- blood and other nutrients that are
necessary for all organs. Just as
ies as we age. We have known for
a car cannot run without gas the
years that people who are obese or
pancreas and other organs falter
have diabetes or both always dewithout oxygen.
velop more of this deadly rust that
So what is going to happen in the
is composed of fatty deposits and
future? The answer is that EP=a2
cholesterol.
will continue to kill more than EinThe deadly trio of obesity, diabestein’s equation. The blunt truth is
tes and heart attack will eventually
that only draconian measures by
bring our health care system to its
government and citizens will stem
knees. Years ago, this scenario was
the epidemic of obesity and Type 2
rare. More people died from infecdiabetes.
tion. Now, since we live longer, the
Hell will freeze over before that
Gifford-Jones law has a major effect
happens.
on longevity with the development
W. Gifford
Jones, M.d.
Suzanne
Lohnes-Croft
MLA, Lunenburg
PO Box 136
125A Cornwall Rd.
Blockhouse, NS B0J 1E0
(at Exit 11 in new visitor
information centre)
902-531-3095
[email protected]
www.southshorenow.ca
T
he year has been another busy one at
SHAID. Since January, the shelter has
taken in 212 stray, abandoned, homeless or unwanted felines. SHAID endeavours
to help by placing as many as possible into
responsible and caring homes.
SHAID also strives to educate the public in
responsible pet ownership and promotes the
spaying and neutering of pets, and therefore
would like to take this opportunity to provide
SHAID’s policy on the intake of felines.
Lately, staff has noticed an increase in felines being brought to SHAID with the expectation that they can be dropped off and that
the shelter will take them in. Staff only wishes it could be this easy. Unfortunately, like
all other rescues and shelters in Nova Scotia
and beyond, there are long waiting lists.
SHAID’s waiting list ranges
from 50 to 150 felines, on average. We would absolutely love
to take every cat and kitten
that comes through the doors,
and we eventually can, but it
takes time, patience and understanding. If you haven’t called and had your
name added to our wait list, then you will be
turned away if there is no space available,
whether you have a stray or unwanted cat or
kitten.
At SHAID, we have an intake process to
follow, which includes the following: we only
take new cats or kittens if space is available
in the quarantine room; and once space becomes available, we call those who are registered on our waiting list.
These kind folks care for the cat or kitten
during the wait and sometimes it can take
a long time. SHAID is so thankful to people
who have cared for a feline that is not theirs
with love and kindness.
So, what is the quarantine room, you
might be asking? It is a room for new arrivals to the shelter and only staff are permitted
to enter. Calls are made from our wait list,
for up to 15 felines, and they all arrive within
a few days. The room is then closed the same
day the last cat or kitten arrives, which
means no new additions for a two-week period. For the safety of these new cats and kittens and our existing residents they are confined to this room for the quarantine period.
During this period, they are examined by our
vet, and tested for feline leukemia, spayed or
neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and treated
for fleas. This also provides an opportunity
for staff to get to know their personalities,
which helps potential adopters find the best
match for their home and family. After the
two weeks have passed, providing all cat
and kittens are healthy and we have enough
empty cages, the cats and kittens are then
Festival du livre
francophone
Scholastic!
Scholastic Festival of
French Books Sale!
2 - 4 Dec., 10 am - 3 pm
3 - 4 Dec., 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Centre scolaire de la Rive-Sud
Bridgewater/Cookville 527-5110
http://rive-sud.ednet.ns.ca
Everyone Welcome!
for Holiday Treats, Temptations
& Holiday Cheer!
Please join us for a warm
& festive start to this
joyous season on
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en N EVERAGESg the Parade
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Saturday, Nov. 22nd
- Sunday, Nov. 30th
TAX FREE*
(some exceptions do apply)
Treasured Friends
505 King St., Bridgewater 527-1789
Mon. - Wed. & Fri. - Sat. 9:30 am - 5 pm
Thur. 9:30 am - 8 pm; Sun. noon - 5 pm
Cats, kittens and SHAID
moved to the general rooms for adoption.
You might have visited SHAID, noticed
several empty cages, and wondered why staff
told you the shelter was full. This would be
an indication that there have recently been
adoptions. HOORAY! These cages are now
waiting for the cats and kittens that have
been in the quarantine room for two weeks.
The shelter never adds unquarantined cats
or kittens to the general adoption rooms.
This is not done for the simple fact that we
don’t risk placing sick or unhealthy felines
in with healthy felines, as this could cause
every cat to become sick.
Once the quarantine room is empty, staff
begin a four-to-six-day cleaning process to ensure that it is disinfected from top to bottom
and it is ready for the next group of cats and
kittens that have been waiting.
This cycle never stops. So please
understand when staff explains
they are unable to accept any
cats at that time of your visit.
In fact, it breaks their hearts on
a daily basis to say there is no
room. SHAID asks that you be patient, and
understanding as this is a difficult position
staff are placed in and they are unable to
change the process. We are a small Shelter
that does all it can to help as many as it can.
A few more points we felt may be of interest:
SHAID charges a fee for relinquishing any
owned cat, kitten, dog or puppy; SHAID does
NOT take feral cats or kittens as they cannot
be cared for and they are unadoptable; and it
does offer Trap and Neuter (TNR) to anyone
local wanting to care for feral cats or kittens.
SHAID is non-profit and cannot reimburse
people’s vet bills, but we do offer the Myrtle
Quigley program to help with spay or neutering. This is only for owned pets of local
people that cannot afford to pay the full cost.
SHAID calls in cats and kittens on entry
waiting lists in the order of urgency, which
means strays are first and owned cats are
typically last. SHAID understands there are
emergencies, but we ask that good planning
in situations such as moving you should call
well in advance, as this may not be considered an emergency. We certainly understand
that not all apartments and rental properties
accept pets, but they are part of your family.
Staff invites you to drop into SHAID or
call if you have any questions. As always,
we thank everyone for their kindness, their
support, and their understanding and SHAID
will endeavour to continue helping as many
animals in distress as possible.
Visit us at www.shaid.ca or, visit our Facebook by searching, Shaid Tree Animal Shelter.
SHAID board of directors and staff.
Denise
Peterson-Rafuse
MLA, Chester - St. Margaret’s
3794 Highway 3, Unit 4, Chester
Nova Scotia B0J 1J0
902-279-3378
1-877-740-3378
[email protected]
"FEELIN'
FROSTY?"
Come in from
the cold
Monday, December 1, 7:30pm
Bonny Lea Farm
Heartwarming music featuring Laura Smith,
Chester Brass Band, Morgan MacDonald,
Peter Parsons & Lori Davis
Admission: Goodwill Offering
902-275-5622
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Page 5
MEDIA
Group
If you are eligible
to
vote
in
a
Canadian election,
then it’s also your
democratic
right
to be on the ballot
as
a
candidate.
There are only a
few exceptions.
a group of people that share a common vision about how
the country should work, and work to achieve that vision
by offering candidates for public office.
IN canada there are four national parties that are
represented in the house of commons.
You can run under the banner
of a political party, or as an
independent.
To run under a party’s banner
in a riding, you must win
the support of local party
members in a mini-election,
called a nomination meeting
Before this happens you can
try to convince party members
to support you and invite
family and friends who aren’t
yet a part of the party to join
so they can vote for you on
nomination night.
Whether you’re an independent
or aligned with a political party,
you’ll eventually need to file
your nomination papers with
enough signatures of people
who live in your riding and think
you should run, along with a
$1000 deposit.
No big deal,
right?
Independent
candidates
don’t have to go through
the
nomination
process
that party candidates do.
However, while parties can
nominate their candidates,
raise money and begin their
official campaign as soon as
the previous election is over,
independent
candidates
must wait until the election
is called in order to do all
of those things.
Not so fast: Once a party candidate
is nominated by local party members,
the federal party leader needs to
sign their nomination papers.
So even though local supporters
might have your back, if you rub the
leader the wrong way, you won’t be
the party’s candidate for long, and
another candidate will be found, often
appointed directly by the leader.
Running a winning campaign
requIres
a
platform,
supporters
and
more
money.
We’ll
explore
platforms and organizing
supporters next week.
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A Lunenburg Heritage Christmas
Friday, November 28th - Sunday, November 30th
plus
Santa Parade
Saturday, November 29th - 3 pm
Over 60 floats & participants
Holiday Spirit & Joy for the Whole Family
(See November 26th LighthouseNOW Progress Bulletin for a full schedule)
One person’s trash
I
2007 Toyota Camry
want on the corner and that I
was free to take what I wanted.
“Oh no. I couldn’t possibly
take them without giving
something,” I suggested, trying to hide my excitement.
“Well,” he pointed,
“If you don’t hurry
up, they’re going to
drive away in that
truck.”
So I ran out and
threw the tables and
a planter in my van,
officially making me a
dumpster diver.
$
I have big plans
for the table legs, but
in the meantime, the
planter was first to
get my attention, mostly because I knew it would be easily
transformed, and because I was
sure if I didn’t do something
quickly, my husband would put it out on
our clean up day.
I sanded it, primed and painted the
metal, and stained the wood (Keith at
Gow’s Home Hardware is so helpful), and
just like that, I had a really cool planter,
or, with the addition of a pail I could
• Doochiller.
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have a5wine
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While
with it, I’m pretty pleased with my little
find.
’ve always enjoyed taking something
old and, with a little TLC, finding
a new use for it. With fall clean up
underway, I thought I’d share my latest
project, which took less than a couple of
hours and cost $10.
First, it requires a little
background.
I was recently in Canning
watching my son’s hockey
team, and as is always the
case, I had an hour to kill
while he got ready. It was a
blistering cold day, and so
instead of walking, I opted to
drive around town. I picked
up some gorgeous pork chops • Auto
from the local butcher, and
• A/C
then I headed to The Noodle
Guy for the most outrageous
homemade takeout noodles
I’ve ever had, along with
some tiramisu, making for
a spectacular dinner that
evening.
While driving around, I happened to
notice a display of tables, frames and
s odds and ends, so I made my way
aother
over to have a look. I was intrigued by
the tables, more so for the legs than the
tables themselves, as they were solid
wood. I then set out to find the owners
to make an offer. The shop owner across
the street said that they weren’t for sale,
that people leave what they no longer
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Friday, November 21:
10:00 - 10:45 Broad Cove - Community
Hall
11:00 - 12:00 Petite Riviere - Fire Hall
1:15 - 2:00 Crescent Beach - General
Store
2:20 - 3:00 Pentz - Westside United
Church
Saturday, November 22:
10:00 - 12:00 Caledonia - Opposite
Caledonia Pharmasave
12:30 - 1:15 Pleasant River Community Hall
Tuesday, November 26:
11:00 - 11:30 New Ross Consolidated
School
11:30 - 1:00
New Ross Lions’
Community Park
3:00 - 6:00 New Germany - New
Germany Freshmart
Wednesday, November 27:
1:00 - 4:30 Chester - Chester Legion
5:30 - 7:00 Chester - Corner of
Highway 3 and Valley
Road
7:15 - 8:30 Chester Basin - Chester
Basin Legion
Thursday, November 28:
10:30 - 7:00 Mahone Bay - Three
Churches Parking Lot
Closed between 12:30 - 1:00
and 4:30 - 5:30
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Find our classifieds on-line:
ph:
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It’s amazing how much fun can be found in the
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breakfast, lunch or supper?
Take a photo & send it to us!
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Please include names of people in the photo
and where and when it was taken.
MEETINGS
CHURCH
DANCES
COMMUNITY
Basin
Gardeners
Association
AGM,
November 24, 7:15 p.m.
at
AEnon
Church,
Chester Basin. Visitors
welcome. 273-2000
A special Gospel Service
led by the Uke Mates
will take place at the
Middlewood
United
Church,
Sunday,
November 23, 11 a.m.
Refreshments following.
Brain injury monthly support meeting, SSRH, last
Monday of each month,
7 p.m. Information: 6248117
Evening of gospel music
with
well-known
Canadian soprano, Jean
Marshall, November 23,
7 p.m., St. Andrew’s
United
Church,
C r o u s e t o w n .
Refreshments and fellowship. Everyone welcome.
New
Year’s
Dance.
December 31, Petite
Riviere
Vol.
Fire
Department, 9- 2. $20/
person. DJ Crossfire.
Buffet at 10:30 until
closing. Tickets at Petite
Corner Store 693-2124,
Robert Croft 688-2140,
Cobbler Corner 5433199. Tickets picked up
by December 16. Must
be 19 or older.
9th Annual Bethlehem
Bazaar,
Saturday,
November 29, West Side
United Church, 2702
Highway 331, Pentz,
8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Crafts, Christmas Décor,
Gift Ideas, Food and
Baked
Goods,
Live
Entertainment,
Silent
Auction. Breakfast and
lunch served. Admission
$1. Door prize draw.
New Years Eve with Twist
of Fate, at Hebb’s Cross
fire hall, 8:30 - 1. Lunch
served. $25 per person.
Call 543-7234 for tickets.
ANNUAL
CHRISTMAS SALE
If you drink, that’s your
business. If you want to
stop, that’s ours! Call AA
1-888-853-7222,
(902)530-0001
Lunenburg SPCA will be
holding their Annual
General
Meeting,
Wednesday, November
26, Sobeys meeting
room, 7 p.m. Everyone is
welcome to come and
find out what we do on
behalf of neglected, mistreated and abandoned
pets
in
Lunenburg
County.
Refreshments
will be served.
Meeting
Baker
Settlement and District
Community
Hall
Association, November
20, 7 p.m.
at hall
Everyone welcome!
New
Years
Dance,
Oakhill Fire hall. Band:
Dynamos/ one night only
presentation with Scott
Redden, Bob MacDonald,
Neil Brown and Dale
Boutlier. $15/ person,
table snacks. SSSA dance
everyone
welcome.
Tickets available now
Info 902-644-3306, 902634-7294
WANT
TO
KNOW
WHAT'S
GOING
ON?
Add your event!
Wesley United Church,
Petite Rivière, Stewards’
Bake Sale, Saturday,
November 22, as part of
Petite Noel, 10 a.m.- 4
p.m. Everyone is invited
to participate in this
community
event.
www.petitenoel.ca
or
phone 902-677-2933
DANCES
Dance, November 22,
Petite Riviere Vol Fire
Dept. Band For R Souls.
Admission $10/ person.
Tickets sold at door. Time
9-1. Must be 19 or over.
Dance, November 29,
Oakhill fire hall. Band
Traditional
Country/David
Burbine.
Admission $8. Info 902644-3306, 902-634-7294
New Years Eve Rockin
Country
Dance.
December 31, Michelin
Social Club. Featuring:
Country artist Mark
Cameron, 9 -1:30 a.m.
Members, $25 per person, non-members $35.
Call 543-5018
Friday, November 21,
Centurions playing at
Mahone Bay Legion for
your listening & dancing
8- 11 p.m. Good Will
offering. Everyone welcome.
COMMUNITY
“Building
Community
Through Art” - Petite
Noel, November 22 (104), 23 (11- 3) at five local
venues,
highlighting
twenty-seven local artisans. Event passport for
a chance to win door
prizes, Christmas hamper
fundraiser, bake sale,
chowder lunch, gingerbread mulled cider.
W e b s i t e
www.petitenoel.ca 6772933
COMMUNITY
TEAS
BINGOS
Christmas is coming to
Wesley United Church,
22 Drew’s Hill Rd., Petite
Riviere,
Saturday,
November 22, 10 - 4
p.m., Sunday 12 noon to
3 p.m. Morning coffee
time with hot beverages
and delicious snacks,
noon on with fish chowder, soup and gingerbread. Afternoon tea
time plus Christmas bake
table. Come in and enjoy.
Shepherd’s Joy will present the Cantata, “A
Christmas Hallelujah” at
the Northwest Baptist
Church on November 30
at 3 p.m.
Holy Trinity Anglican
Church Parish hall, 78
Alexandra
Ave.
Christmas
Luncheon,
Saturday, November 29,
11:30 - 1:30 p.m. Adults
$10, children $6, under 5
free. Menu: Turkey Pot
Pie Casserole, dressing,
carrots, cranberry sauce,
rolls, tea, coffee, dessert.
Bake table, craft table
and more. For info or
tickets Connie 902-5439959, Jean 902-5432651.
Christmas Merchandise
Bingo,
Monday,
December 1, Lunenburg
Legion. Doors open at
6:15 p.m. with Bingo
starting at 7:15 p.m. All
welcome. Sponsored by
Newfie Days
Christmas
Penny
Auction, Pinehurst Hall,
Saturday, November 29,
11- 2. Over 50 gift certificates. Canteen available.
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COMMUNITY
in Lunenburg November 28, 29th.
Central United Church
Hall. Friday 12 to
5 pm & Saturday
10 am to 8 pm.
Christmas ornaments and
decorations from the past,
gently used or new - and
so much more to help you
prepare for the season.
Christmas Craft Fair,
November 22, Saturday,
Mahone Bay Fire Hall
(Ladies Auxiliary), 10 3.
Tables
$10.
Admission
50¢,
Canteen. 624-9695
Christmas Craft Show
Sunday, November 23,
10 - 3 p.m., Blockhouse
fire hall. Tables $10 each
624-9294. Free admission.
The Chester Municipal
Heritage
Society’s
Annual Victorian Craft
Show and Sale will be
held at the Lordly House
Museum at 133 Central
Street, Chester from
November 27th to 30th,
10:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m.
daily. Entrance fee $1.
Featuring the work of
many local crafts people,
this show promises not
to disappoint those looking for unique Christmas
gifts for family and
friends. For more details,
contact Hilary at 902273-2176
The Lunenburg SPCA’s
Christmas
Sale
for
People and Pets is on
December 6, 10:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m., Holy Trinity
Anglican Church Hall,
Alexandra
Street,
Bridgewater. Enjoy baking (including vegan),
fudge, preserves, gourmet teas, spices and specialty foods, treats and
toys for pets, plant-based
personal products, knitting including mug
warmers and hats, cards,
art, gifts for gardeners,
natural
Christmas
arrangements, candles,
jewellery and new and
gently used Christmas
decorations. Free admission, light refreshments
available. For more information please contact
the Lunenburg SPCA at
902-543-2334
TEAS
Soup/
Chowder
Luncheon and Christmas
Bazaar,
St
James
Anglican
Church,
Mahone Bay, November
29,
11:301:30.
Delicious soups/ chowders, homemade rolls,
gingerbread cake for
dessert! $9 children
under 5 free. Handmade
crafts, decorations, pantry table.
Christmas Coffee Party,
Bake Table, November
26, 11 - 1 p.m., Riverport
Community
Center.
Sandwiches, sweets, beverages.
Adults
$7.
Sponsored
by
St.
Matthew’s
Lutheran
Church.
Christmas Luncheon and
silent Auction. Saturday,
November
22,
Middlewood
United
Church hall (just pas
Exit
16
towards
Liverpool), 11 a.m. - 2
p.m. Homemade chilivariious soups, chowders,
rolls, pies. Adults $9,
children $4.50
Christmas Tea and Sale,
Saturday, November 22,
Springfield
Baptist
Church, 2 - 4 p.m., Tea:
Adults, $5, children 12
and under $2.
St. Joseph’s Christmas
Luncheon.
Thursday,
November 27, 11 a.m.- 1
p.m., St. Joseph’s Parish
Centre, 100
Queen
Street. Menu will include
a variety of delicious
homemade soups and
sandwiches, choice of
desserts, tea, coffee. $10.
White elephant, craft
sale, Christmas raffle.
Card Party, Pleasantville
Fire
Hall,
Saturday,
November 22, 7:30 p.m.
Lunch
provided.
Everyone welcome.
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VARIETY SHOWS
Country Music Show,
Saturday, November 22,
7 p.m., doors open at 6
p.m. Oakhill fire hall,
Hwy 325. Featuring Ron
Verge and Amy, Cye and
the Guys, Dave and Barb,
Yesterday.
Emcee
Heather
Crossland.
Admission $6. 50/50,
canteen,
wheelchair
accessible. Proceeds for
Oakhill fire hall.
SUPPERS
November
26,
Wednesday, Corned Beef
and Cabbage Supper,
Italy Cross, Middlewood
and District fire hall, 4-6
p.m. Take-outs available,
pick-up only. Adults $10;
children
(5-12)
$5.
Proceeds for ladies auxiliary.
St. John’s Parish hall,
Lunenburg.
Schmitzel
Nacht,
Sunday,
November 23, 4:30 6:30 p.m. Open seating,
take-out
available.
Tickets: Adults $20, children under 12, $10.
Menu: Pork Schnitzel and
Bratwurst Sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, gravy. Master Chef
Konrad Haumering. 902634-4994.
BREAKFASTS
Blandford
Community
Centre, November 22,
Breakfast,
9-11.
Scrammbled eggs, hash
browns, bacon, sausage,
baked beans, toast, coffee/tea. Adults $7, 5- 12
$3.50, under 5 free
Breakfast with proceeds
for Tri District Fire
Rescue,
Sunday,
November 30 at Station
1, Newcombville from
7:30- 10:30 a.m. Adults
$7.00, youth $3.50 and
under 5 free.
Newfie
Breakfast,
Saturday, November 22,
7:30-10:30,
Chester
Basin Legion. Menu
selections and take-out
available.
Saturday, November 22,
Firemen’s
Breakfast,
United Communities Fire
Hall, Cherry Hill. 8- 11
a.m. Adults $7, 5- 12
years $3.25, under 5
free.
Sunday, November 30,
Mahone Bay Legion
Brunch/ Breakfast, 9- 1
p.m. $8 adults, $4 children, 5 and under free
HALL RENTALS
Hebb’s Cross Fire Hall
available for rental
purposes, seats 200.
Contact 543-7929
APTS.
159 Pleasant Street,
Bridgewater. Large two
bedroom, $700 plus
power. Wendy 416-8944494
423
King
Street
Bridgewater. Two bedroom apartment available immediately. Fridge,
stove, water, large deck
and parking, $585/
month. Tenants pay utilities. No smoking, no
pets. 543-3905
Bridgewater
area.
Bachelor
apartment,
clean, quiet. Includes
appliances, hot water,
parking. Coin laundry.
$465/ month (no pets,
non-smoker). 543-3568,
543-1025
Bridgewater, 153 North
Street. two bedroom
with balcony. lncludes
heat, hot water, fridge,
stove, parking and coinoperated laundry. $795.
Completely renovated.
No
pets.
Available
December 1. 902-5271539
Bridgewater,
166
Pleasant Street. Three
bedroom duplex. Heat,
cold water, fridge, stove,
water heater provided.
Wired for WIFI. Washer
and dryer hook-up.
Parking for one. Nonsmoking.
No
pets.
Available December 1st.
$950 monthly. Phone
523-4070
Bridgewater, 2 bedroom
apartment. Heat and hot
water included, available
immediately. 902-5438189 or 902-354-2854
Bridgewater. One bedroom apartment centrally located, fridge and
stove included. Available
immediately.
Nonsmoking building. 902527-0181
Bridgewater. One bedroom apartment. Ground
floor. Clean, new laminate floor. Centrally
located, very quiet.
Fridge/ stove, heat, water
included. No pets. Nonsmoking. $580 monthly.
Available immediately.
902-543-4085
Chester Basin. One bedroom newly renovated.
800 sq. ft. Second floor
with large deck and
beautiful grounds. Water
views from every room. 5
appliances.
902-2753439
Chester, bachelor apartment. Quiet building.
$475. 275-2154 or 2790080
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APTS.
HOMES/RENT
BUSINESS
FOR SALE
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FOR SALE
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Clean one bedroom
apartment with balcony,
stove, fridge, heat, hot
water, washer hookup
included.
Electricity
extra. $650. 27 St.
Andrews
Street.
Available December 14.
902-543-7782
FOR RENT
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4 Winter Trac studded
tires, P205/75/R15. 2
studded Winter Cat XT
215/70/R15, $20 each.
902-624-0928
Furniture, music items,
kids stuff, electronics,
exercise machines, and
artist T-shirts, knickknacks. 543-1791
For Sale. Used snow
blowers. 634-3738
8’ firewood, cut 5
months ago. Ready to be
cut, split and delivered.
Taking orders now. 902685-2562
5 bundles good quality
laminate floor, 12.3 mil,
would cover 100 sq. ft.
$100. 902-644-2187
220 volt clothes dryer;
12 cu. ft. deep freezer;
110 volt apartment size
dryer. 634-3738
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BUILDINGS...”GIFT-CARD
GIVE AWAY!” 20X22
$4,358. 25X24 $4,895.
30X30 $6,446. 32X32
$7,599. 40X46 $12,662.
47X72 $18,498. One End
wall Included. Pioneer
Steel
1-800-668-5422
www.pioneersteel.ca
Dufferin
Street,
Bridgewater, 2 bedroom first floor apartment $570 monthly
plus utilities. No pets.
Call 543-6262
For rent: 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apt. Heat, hot and
cold water, fridge, stove,
coin laundry, parking,
security building. Clean,
well maintained building. No pets, security
deposit required. 5271843.
Lunenburg, one and two
bedroom
apartments
with fridge, stove, coin
laundry and parking.
Heat and lights included.
$650/ $750. Call Carrie
634-3492.
Maple
Street,
Bridgewater,
bachelor
apartment for rent at
$390 monthly, plus utilities. No pets. Call 902543-6262.
New Germany. One bedroom apartment, utilities
extra. References and
security deposit required.
902-644-3839 or 902354-2854
One bedroom apartment
along LaHave River, for
mature
non-smoking
tenant,
everything
included, $700/ month.
902-298-1115
Two bedroom apartment.
$600/ month plus damage deposit. No dogs.
527-4084
on quiet
cul-de-sac in
Bridgewater
King 10” 3 hp 220V
cabinet tablesaw on
portable
base
with
extensions; $1,000. Call
James 624-9165 after 6
p.m.
2-1/2 bath, eat-in
kitchen, DR, LR,
office, garage,
out-building,
paved driveway
1,475/mth.
$
+ utilities
298-1716
One and two bedroom
small houses, East
Chester. 275-3443
One bedroom house on
lake in Chester Grant
with detached garage.
Small pets welcome.
Available immediately. 1604-585-0792 ask for
Robert or Patsy.
PresentMay, near
Mahone Bay. Beautifully
maintained two bedroom furnished seaside
homes. Possible storage.
543-7193
Two bedroom house,
Liverpool, insulated, well
maintained, energy efficient heating system.
$675/ month. 902-3542470
COMMERCIAL
Bridgewater. 599 King
St., King’s Court. 900 sq.
ft., second floor retail or
office space, $795 plus
utilities. Also 1,300 sq. ft.
space, $995 plus utilities.
902-527-1539
1-866-447-5116
FOR RENT
Jubilee Rd.
Bridgewater
3 BEDROOM
DUPLEX
includes
5 appliances
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
ANTIQUES
FIREWOOD
SAWMILLS from only
$4,397 - MAKE MONEY
& SAVE MONEY with
your own bandmill - Cut
lumber any dimension. In
stock ready to ship. FREE
Info
&
DVD:
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT 1-800-5666899 Ext:400OT.
DSL or Cable high-speed
internet service, add
Digital home
phone service $14.95/mth includes all features
and
free
long
distance service. No
credit
or
deposits.
yourcitywide.com
1-800-600-5667
2 snow tires P215/70R14
on Ford rims, $125; 2
P215/75R15 snow tires
almost new, $125. 902634-3738
STEEL
BUILDINGS/METAL BUILDINGS 60 %
OFF! 20X28, 30X40,
40X62, 45X90, 50X120,
60X150, 80X100 sell for
balance owed! Call
1-800-457-2206
w
w
w
.
crownsteelbuildings.ca
Rhodenizer
Antique Auctions
Large bundles of dry kindling. 543-4332
Double stainless steel
sink, dressers, bedroom
sets, air conditioner, love
chair, MDF/ wood moulding, steel door. 627-1986
1,000/mth.
$
+ utilities
902
298-1716
Lunenburg.
Harbour
view. Private bedroom,
LR, bathroom, balcony,
shared kitchen. Wifi.
$575
all
inclusive.
Immediately - April 30 or
monthly. 902-298-9704
southshorenow.ca
Classroom papers
available.
Old cars, trucks,
school buses, dump
trucks, excavators &
bulldozers.
Top prices paid
for scrap
metal only
543-9752
Heating area 2000 sq. ft2
Cell 527-7291
BTU’s 45,000
3320
NOW $2799
2 bedroom duplex, one level, 1260 sq. ft.
Glen Allan Dr., Bridgewater, close to
hospital/shopping. Outside deck. Fridge,
stove, dishwasher, washer/dryer and
microwave included.
Summer & winter maintenance provided.
Non-smoking. Small pets allowed.
Suitable for retired or professional
clientele.
2 brand-new unit available
November 29th.
$1,300 + heat/utilities
(heat/utilities approx. $100-$150/mth)
Personal & credit references required.
Call 902-212-0464
Guaranteed
Classifieds
We will run your 15-word private
party classified and GUARANTEE
it until it sells!**
902-527-8908
Local food banks
need your support!
More than just
a newspaper!
WANTED
Quality printing
at great prices!
FIREARMS. All types
wanted, estates, collections, single items, military. We handle all
paperwork and transportation. Licensed Dealer.
1.866.960.0045
www.dollars4guns.com.
543-2457
MEDIA Group
Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corporation, owners of the Pulp Mill at Abercrombie Point NS, is
Purchasing Standing Softwood and Hardwood Stumpage from Halifax, Lunenburg, Hants, Kings,
Cumberland, Colchester, Antigonish, Guysborough, Richmond, Pictou and Inverness Counties.
902-634.3009
Northern Pulp offers landowners:
• Competitive prices for all products.
• Payment options; lump sum or pay as you cut (per unit).
• Harvest prescriptions to maximize product values.
• Utilization of all softwood species including insect &
disease damaged wood.
• Various harvesting methods & treatments including
cut to length, commercial thinning and selection harvest.
• Silviculture/Regeneration treatments including planting with
high quality seedlings grown at Northern Pulp's nursery.
Mon.-Fri. 9-4:30; Sat. 9-1
www.SafeguardStoves.com
What does your
perfect tree
look like?
Our managed lands are certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative
Standard (SFI) and our operations to the ISO 14001 Environmental
Management System. Northern Pulp also tracks its wood supply
through various chain of custody certifications (SFI/PEFC and FSC®)
For information on events,
contests, and where to find your
real tree this Christmas season,
visit iloverealtrees.com
Visit Our Website: Northernpulp.ca
Contact:
Mark Gregory
Phone: 902-752-8461 ext. 229
Cell: 902-890-1546
Fax: 902-752-9151
E-Mail: [email protected]
real. fresh. local.
Christmas Tree Council of Nova Scotia
46
$
Woodchuck
Forestry
Services
Purchasing Standing Softwood
and Hardwood Stumpage
1136 Hwy. 325 Maitland, Lunenburg Co.
House for rent
Top quality firewood,
cut, split and delivered.
100%
hardwood.
Phone Vicki 543-6150.
Firewood, cut, split &
delivered. 100% dry
hardwood cut in February.
Reputable business
Dimensions 25”x25”x33”
WAS $
Phone 543-2457
Buying Antiques &
Collectibles, one item
or complete estate
contents or will sell your
items on commission.
Judy Rhodenizer
902-543-5194
WANTED:
Dead or
Alive
ENVIRO MERIDIAN
Free-standing
pellet stove
Furnished room $425, all
utilities
included.
December 1, 361 Grimm
Rd. No pets, non smoker.
902-634-3738.
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Offer Expires
November 30, 2014
FOR SALE
ROOMS for RENT
Lighthouse
Media Group’s
Newspapers
in Education
Lifetime Roofing Systems
FOR SALE
SHARED ACCOM.
HOMES/RENT
For Sale: 12 cord 8 ft dry
hardwood.
902-5439730
902
Clean two bedroom
lower flat, stove, fridge,
electricity
water
included. Heat extra. 21
Prince Street. $558. 902543-7782
NEW
EXECUTIVE
4 BR. HOME
*
tax
incl.
Jerrold Graham
Phone: 902-752-8461 ext. 245
Cell: 902-396-7983
Fax: 902-752-9151
E-Mail: [email protected]
Tony Mummery
Phone: 902-752-8461 ext. 245
Cell: 902-759-3825
Fax: 902-752-9151
E-Mail: [email protected]
CALL TODAY! 902-543-2457
or email
[email protected]
*Some restrictions apply. Not all classifieds are applicable to
this rate. Only private party word/line ads apply to this rate.
**Maximum 52 issues each of the Lunenburg County Progress
Bulletin and the Lighthouse Log.
Page 10 The Lighthouse Log, Thursday, November 20, 2014
flea markets
services
Flea Market
Home
Maintenance:
Carpentry, laminate and
hardwood
flooring,
painting, minor electrical/ plumbing repairs.
902-521-0649, 902-2752291.
[email protected]
Wileville Firehall
SUNDaY – Start 9:00 am
Tables $6.00 each
For information call 541-1141
AUCTIONS
AUTO REPAIRS
Join Lighthouse Auctions
&
Appraisals
this
Saturday, November 22,
for their final auction of
2014, starting at 10
o’clock (viewing from 9)
at the Oakhill fire hall.
This 300-lot sale consists
of antiques, collectables
and home furnishings
from two South Shore
estates, plus a quantity
of interesting additions.
A reasonable bid could
even make a owner of a
well-equipped, low mileage, one owner 2004
Buick Century (a modest
reserve on this car).
Including in part: oak
hall stand, oak pedestal
dining table, mahogany
“what-not”, 2 1930’s
bedroom suites, parlour
tables, plant stands, carnival and depression
glass, Pinwheel and
Cornflower crystal, dinnerware by Royal Albert,
Royal Doulton and other
well-known makers, several pieces of Nova
Scotia Glass, numerous
treasures from the attic
(Edison
gramophone,
baskets, mats and quilts,
vintage teddy bear,
LaHave Creamery box),
many chairs (dining,
wicker, rockers, caned,
stenciled, parlour, etc.),
clocks, sterling silver
dresser set, elephant still
bank, nice selection of
paintings, prints, photos
and posters, plus a quantity of modern furniture
(Gibbard corner china
cabinet,
Andrew
Malcolm sideboard, sofa,
recliners, lamps & mirrors, dinette set). More
than $100 worth of gift
certificates from Gow’s
Home Hardware will be
given away during the
day. No purchase is necessary, but winners must
be present at time of
drawings. Canteen by
the Fire Department.
Terms: Cash or personal
cheques
with
I.D.
Auctioneer: Paul Rogers
(902-543-3211). Pictures
and detailed listing at
http://www.lighthousebu
yandsell.ca
WALLY’S
AUTOMOTIVE
PETS/SUPPLIES
Complaints of animal
mistreatment should be
reported to SPCA at 1888-703-7722. For any
other concerns regarding
animals call 766-4787.
Japanese Koi fish for
your aquarium or land
pond, various sizes and
colours, $3 - $10. 902624-9102
Kittens. Free. Orange,
black, gray and champagne (very rare). Eating
solid food. Litter trained.
(902)688-1027
Professional
Dog
Grooming by Shirley
Place. 902-624-8718
CARS
Estate Sale. 2004 Buick
Century sedan by Public
Auction. Particulars at
902-543-3211 or see
auction ad this paper.
BOATS
14’ fibreglass skiff, 15 hp
Yamaha 4-stroke. Both
excellent. Launch trailer.
Now $3,500. 902-6349301
Specializing In
Chrysler
Products
Over 20 years’ experience
527-2378
services
Economy
Appliance
Repair & Services
We repair in your home
ALL MAJOR BRANDS!
WASHERS • DRYERS
FRIDGES • FREEZERS
RANGES • DISHWASHERS
902-527-2024
13879 Dayspring
Hwy. #3
“We Appreciate Your
Business”
Available for JUNK
REMOVAL, brush/ tree
limb disposal, light moving,
deliveries,
etc.
Chainsaw work. 902543-6648
SIDING
PROFESSIONAL
INSTALLATION
& RENOVATIONS
LOWEST
PRICES
FREE
ESTIMATES
Over 22 Years
Quality Experience
Lifetime Warranty on
Windows & Doors
BLAIR LYONS
Cell 523-2276
644-3142
Carpenter, 35+ years
experience. Get your
renovations done now.
Additions, decks, hardwood/ laminate floors,
new windows, doors.
Free estimates. Call Gary
Mossman, 902-298-9046
Derrik’s
Handyman
Services. Interior home
demolition. Odd jobs,
minor
repairs, junk
removal. Phone 902-5302713.
Furniture finishing and
refinishing. Stained or
painted finishes. Low
VOC products. Chalk
paint. Antiqued treatments. Cherie 902-2753439
HAL JOHNSON
GENERAL CONTRACTING
30+ years experience
WE DO IT ALL
Residential, Commercial,
Repairs, Renovations &
New Home Construction.
Fully licened & insured.
Free estimate.
Ph.: 902-543-1815
Cell: 902-521-3046
KIT’N
KABOODLE
Handyman Services
Carpentry, Plumbing,
Electrical Repairs & more
• No job too small
• Free estimates
• Seniors’ discount
• Fully insured
25 years experience
References available
Roy Richards
902-521-5922
902-530-2450
Education
Professional
Tree Services
Tree Removal,
Pruning,
Trimming &
Woodlot
Enhancement
Over 25 years
quality experience
Fully Insured • Free Estimates
NSCSA/Dept. of Labour
Safety Certified
Barry Conrad
(902) 543-5075
Cellular (902) 527-3705
Rafuse’s
Roofing.
Reasonable
prices.
Phone Paul Rafuse. 902530-2361, 902-529-0920
Residential tree cutting
& trimming. Professional
job at reasonable price.
Call Quinn Mansfield
543-3639
CARPENTRY
No Job
Too Small.
WE DO IT ALL!
renovations • additions
• roofing • siding
• decks • windows
• doors • etc.
FULLY INSURED
FREE
ESTIMATES
Phone 543-8288
Cell 529-2501
Zinck’s Drywall & Taping.
Over
18
years
experience.
Quality
work. Free estimates.
902-527-1498
PAINTING
BTIW
Heritage Home Detailing
Prep & painting exterior/
interior, drywall repairs.
Brian 902-543-7489
SEWING
All types of sewing &
alterations. Bridal &
Prom. Drapes, Blinds,
Slipcovers. Fabric available. 25 yrs. experience.
Phone 902-543-5678
CLEANING
Looking to clean in
Bridgewater and surrounding areas. Houses,
apartments and offices.
Would love to work with
seniors, cooking, cleaning, etc. Lots of experience. Reasonable rates.
685-2236, 521-0442
ELDERLY CARE
Cookvilla seniors’ home
has a vacant room with
1/2 bath. Also respite
care. Carol 543-0308
Newspaper
advertisiNg
gets
snipped.
gets
saved.
gets
sales!
HARBOUR VIEW HAVEN
A 144-Bed Accredited Nursing Home in Lunenburg NS
PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Permanent Position – 50%
EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOYMENT
M E D I C A L
TRANSCRIPTIONISTS
needed! Employers seeking over 200 additional
CanScribe
graduates.
Student loans available.
Income-tax
receipts
issued. Start training
today. Work from Home!
w w w. c a n s c r i b e. c o m .
i n f o @ c a n s c r i b e. c o m .
1.800.466.1535.
Class 1 Drivers needed
immediately.
Hauling
Christmas Trees to the
US for next 2-4 weeks.
$2000/ week.
Phone
902-766-4752
We require a
Call Paul at 902.523.5385
Included Benefits:
Enrollment in the NSAHO pension plan
Employee Medical/Dental Plan
Vacation and Sick Time Entitlement
Applicants must be Licensed and in good standing
Send resume by November 28, 2014 to:
Jeff Skinner, Manager of Staff and Resident Safety
P O Box 1480, Lunenburg NS B0J 2C0
Email: [email protected]
Tel: (902)634-8836 ext. 250 Fax: (902)634-8525
ONLY THOSE SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW
WILL BE CONTACTED
Washbay Attendant/Shuttle Driver
Your duties will include:
•drivingshuttlevan
•detailingnewandusedvehicles
•partspickupanddelivery
Youmusthave:
•acleandriver’sabstract
•self-motivation
•thedesiretobeateamplayer
•excellentcommunicationalskills
Ifyoucanfulfilthesecriteria,please
stopinorsendyourrésuméto:
CARROLL
Canada
SOUTH SHORE
P.O. Box 306
Bridgewater, NS B4V 2W8
Attention: Service Manager
Driver eDucation
instructor requireD
Essential Qualifications:
• An excellent driving record.
• The ability to work independently.
• The ability to work cooperatively with
others and to communicate effectively
with students, parents and the general
public.
• Be willing to take an 80 hour instructor’s
course given by the Nova Scotia Safety
Council.
• Be willing to provide both in-car and
classroom theory instruction.
This is a full time position requiring some
weekend work. Previous teaching background
and experience within the transportation
industry would be considered an asset.
Applicants are requested to submit a covering
letter and detailed resume to: Box B-18
c/o Lighthouse Media Group, 353 York St.,
Bridgewater, NS, B4V 3K2
Deadline for applications is: 3:30 p.m. on
Friday, November 28th, 2014.
HARBOUR VIEW HAVEN
LUNENBURG HOME
FOR SPECIAL CARE
A 144-Bed Nursing Home
CASUAL COOK/
FOOD SERVICE
WORKER
MUST BE AVAILABLE ON AN
ON CALL BASIS
AND BE AVAILABLE FOR
WEEKEND SHIFTS
Apply by December 1, 2014 to:
Peggy Croft,
Director of Food Services
Email: [email protected]
P O Box 1480, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0
Tel: (902)634-8836 ext. 230
Fax: (902)634-8792
Need that room spruced up for the Holidays?
employment
LUNENBURG HOME FOR SPECIAL CARE
KERBA. Snow removal,
mini excavating, gutter
cleaning, pressure washing, junk removal, odd
jobs. 530-5092
MOVING
CANE’S
MOVING.
Professional, reliable and
very careful residential
and office moving service. Local and long distance. 902-521-8596
www.southshorenow.ca
ONLY THOSE SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW
WILL BE CONTACTED
Winter Road (Ice Road)
Drivers Needed!
Haul liquid, dry bulk or freight to the diamond mines on the winter
road (ice road) from mid-January to mid-April. Not interested in
driving on the ice? Drive resupply from southern locations in Alberta
to Yellowknife, NT.
Per trip pay on the winter road ranges from $875-975; paid return
airfare provided by Westcan as well as meals at Winter Road camps.
Apply online at www.westcanbulk.ca
under the Join Our Team link.
MUNICIPALITY OF
THE DISTRICT OF CHESTER
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT –
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
The Municipality of the District of Chester is currently accepting
applications for the full time position of Administrative
Assistant within the Department of Community Development.
The successful applicant will be an individual who works well
as a team player and has organizational, multi-tasking, and time
management skills.
Qualified interested individuals are encouraged to obtain a
complete job description by contacting the undersigned or visiting
the website at www.chester.ca.
Closing Date & Applications – Submit cover letter, resume,
and three professional references no later than 4:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 to the undersigned:
Pamela Myra, Municipal Clerk
Municipality of the District of Chester
151 King Street
P.O. Box 369
Chester NS B0J 1J0
[email protected]
902-275-4771 Fax
Although we thank all applicants, only those selected for an
interview will be contacted.
ALGOMA CENTRAL CORPORATION
is seeking qualified, permanent
Full-Time 2nd Engineers - Tanker Fleet
Immediate Positions Available
Algoma is a leading Canadian shipping company, owning and
operating the largest Canadian flag fleet of dry-bulk carriers and
product tankers operating on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
Waterway. Algoma Tankers offers a very competitive wage and
compensation package to shipboard employees. The Tanker
Fleet offers a rotation schedule of 30 days on and 30 days off.
Candidates must possess a minimum of a 2nd Class Engineer,
Motor Certificate; Specialized Oil Tanker Training Certification
and Ship Personnel with Designated Security Duties Certificate.
Comprehensive job descriptions are posted at
www.algonet.com/Human-Resources.
Please submit your resume in
confidence to Human Resources
at [email protected] or
by fax to 905-687-7841.
Algoma Central Corporation encourages applications from designated
group members identified under the Federal Employment Equity Act. We
wish to thank all applicants in advance, however, only those selected for an
interview will be contacted.
www.southshorenow.ca
The Lighthouse Log, Thursday, November 20, 2014
Page 11
EMPLOYMENT
Reality check: The reaction rut
FULL-TIME LIVE IN NANNY POSITIONS
NEAR TORONTO OR OTTAWA
Phone: 1-800-219-8059
or fax resume: 1-905-885-8248
Employment Application at
www.cardinalnannies.com
Email: [email protected] cardinalnannies.com
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Duties include installation of our
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but we will train. Wage dependent on
abilities. This is a new position.
Please send resume to
RHYNO’S LTD.
233 North Street, Bridgewater, NS, B4V 2V7
or on-line at www.rhynosltd.com,
or email [email protected]
Part-time Caseworker
south shore Community
Justice society
Minimum qualifications:
- Relevant university education
or equivalent education and
experience
- Understanding of issues and
concerns of youth and victims of
crime
- Strong knowledge of restorative
principles
- Conflict resolution skills
- Ability to work in partnership with
stakeholder agencies
- Strong written and verbal skills
- Access to a reliable vehicle and
possess suitable drivers abstract
Remuneration: Commensurate with
Department of Justice funding
Apply: [email protected]
Deadline: December 5, 2014
Property Administrator Rankin Inlet Nunavut
in the Arctic
The Piruqsaijit Group is currently looking for a
Rental Property Manager to oversee our portfolio
of Commercial and Residential rental properties
throughout the Kivalliq region.
Responsibilities:
Day to day operation of department; ensuring excellent
performance, operations, staffing and resident
relations; overseeing capital projects and preventative
maintenance; monitoring rental collections; helping
to process rental applications and facilitate lease
renewals; recommending rental policy for the various
facilities.
Requirements:
5 years of experience in managing rental apartment
buildings, relevant post secondary education, strong
computer skills, Sage 50 experience, valid driverÕ s
experience reading and interpreting financial
statements and in variance reporting, accrual
accounting and budgeting.
Competitive salary, fully furnished and subsidized
more.
For more information or to apply, please contact me at:
Email: m[email protected]
Only those candidates who will be interviewed will
be contacted.
I
f you’ve ever stubbed your toe, then you’re
familiar with quick, physical reactions.
“Ouch!” (or other words) are almost instant responses to pain. There’s no thought
required.
Physical pain isn’t the only type of pain,
though, is it?
In choice theory, Dr. Glasser
uses the image of a scale (a teetertotter) to help explain how we
behave. One side holds our internal sense of what we want (he
calls that our quality world.) The
other side holds our perception of
what’s happening.
When we perceive that what we
have pretty much matches what we
want, the teeter-totter is balanced.
We feel satisfied.
However, when we perceive an
event as “not what we want,” our
teeter-totter gets out of balance
and we feel a quick jolt of pain.
Reality
Then what?
Sisters Polly and Paula are
headed to the family picnic, each
with their delicious seafood chowder. They fill
their pots to the brim and place them in their
vehicles.
On the way, in a remarkable coincidence
(found only in columns) both Paula and Polly
needed to stop suddenly. The pots tipped, the
chowder spilled.
Instantly, both Paula and Polly feel that jolt
of pain. What now?
Polly carefully turns around and heads
back home. She cleans out the vehicle and sees
that the spill isn’t as bad as it had first appeared. She salvages the chowder that didn’t
spill, fastens the pot more securely, and heads
back. She’s a little late, there’s less chowder
than planned, but she has a good laugh telling
the story and a good time with her family.
When Paula’s chowder spills, she’s furious.
“Why does this always happen to me?,” she
thinks, stomping on the gas. The pot then tips
backward and sends the rest of the chowder
flying. All the way home, she fumes about this
and seemingly every other unpleasant event
she’s ever experienced. She throws the pot in
the trash, tosses her best towels over the mess,
stops at the store and overpays for
a platter of stale party snacks. Now
she’s mad, broke, and that chowder
smell in the car isn’t getting more
appetizing.
When Paula gets to the party, all
she talks about is how bad things
always happen to her. Her friends
commiserate, but the conversation
isn’t fun for anyone.
Given that Paula and Polly have
similar lives and both had the same
negative event, what’s the difference?
Polly chooses to view unpleasant
incidents as isolated events in a funCheck
damentally satisfying life. She concentrates on the positives in her life
and works on what she can control.
She sees herself as resilient and life events as
manageable.
Paula, on the other hand, chooses to view
any unpleasant incident as evidence of neverending negatives — one bad thing after another. In response to even the tiniest event,
she dives back into a familiar rut — rehashing
past negative events and continuously adding
new ones to the collection.
Does it help Paula to connect all those bad
events that have happened over the years,
with different people and under different circumstances? Or does it harm her? What do
you think? Let me know at [email protected] or by mail c/o Lighthouse Log.
To your choices!
Susanne Beck, RTC is Reality Therapy Certified by the William Glasser Institute
SuSanne
Beck
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Standings as
of Nov 11:
Tuesday night
standings.
Harold
Ingles, 34;
Ivan Dahl, 34; Bill Peck,
32; Kerry Himmelman,
32; Fred Allen, 32; Ken
Forward, 31; Gary Connick,
30; Kirk Himmelman, 30;
John Cassels, 29; Garnet
Zwicker, 28; Andy Vachon,
28; Bob Carter, 27; Ken
Jessup, 24; Tony Logan, 22;
Rick Innes, 22;Dan Paul,
22; Doug Nodding, 19; Bill
Thorp, 18; Wade Bolivar, 18;
Denis Gignac, 16; Darryl
Cook, 15; Jim Spence, 15;
Mel Loveridge, 14; Colin
Falconer, 7; Darren Dalh,
7; Les Coyle, 6; Earl Lantz,
6; Carl Leblanc, 5; Lorne
Bond, 5.
Standings as of Nov 13:
Thursday night standings.
Andy Vachon, 48; Bob Carter,
46; Ivan Dahl, 41; Joby Ried,
35; Bill Thorpe, 34; Keith
Rogers, 27; Jim Spence, 21;
Dan Paul, 16; Mel Loveridge,
15; Denis Gignac, 13; Sheena
Steeves, 10; Darren Dahl,
9; Lorne Bond, 6; Wyatt
Schwartz, 2.
Junior Accountant Rankin Inlet Nunavut
in the Arctic
AZ, DZ, 5, 3 OR 1 W/Airbrake
is currently seeking applications for the
following two positions
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Pool League
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AZ, DZ, 5, 3 OR 1 with airbrake licence and
have previous commercial driving experience.
Apply at: www.sperryrail.com, careers and
then choose the FastTRACK Application.
Pool
League
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FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS
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candidates will be contacted.
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Piruqsaijit Ltd is currently looking for a Junior
Accountant. Piruqsaijit Ltd manages a group of
companies operating in Kivalliq region of Nunavut.
These companies offer commercial and residential
space for rent to government and private markets.
Piruqsaijit is based in Rankin Inlet in Nunavut. If
you would like to work and live in the north this may
be the position for you.
Our Junior Accountant is a strong team player with
the ability to function independently, solve problems
and demonstrate exceptional attention to detail. You
will perform a wide variety of tasks such as processing
GST and PD7 payments, performing rent payment
rental transactions. Strong emphasis in this role is
placed in attention to detail and Compliance, ensuring
transactions are processed in timely manner, meet
auditing requirements, and reconciling daily bank
transactions. You report to the Controller and you
will work closely with team members in the accounting
department as well as the property manager. If you
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