Local family fundraising to purchase insulin pump for daughter

One local family is hoping to make life just a little bit easier for their nine-year-old daughter. Sheri Cameron and her husband, Curtis, are fundraising to help purchase an insulin pump for Courtney, one of...

Among the best

  A 17-year-old has been named a finalist for the Loran Award. Maria Duynisveld, a Grade 12 student at Pugwash District High School, was sponsored for the award by her school in October. Through an extensive...

Pugwash teen takes taekwondo titles

Jessica Liebmann added two more taekwondo titles to her name in November, bringing her first place finishes on the national level to six. “Taekwondo… it’s a family,” said Liebmann, a 17-year-old Grade 11 student attending...

Village history

The significance of a banner found behind a cabinet wasn’t instantly apparent for members of the Odd Fellows. But when they realized the final year on the banner was 100 years ago, they started to...

Volunteers at the ready for annual Christmas at the Creamery

Those looking forward to a Christmas dinner at the Creamy Square this year won’t be disappointed. The 16th annual Christmas at the Creamery is well underway with preparations to serve close to 350 people. “There are...

Pugwash woman seeking help to continue feral cat spay, neuter program

If there’s one thing Marilyn Williams hates to see, it’s animals, particularly cats, suffering. That’s why Williams has been helping feral cats in Pugwash and surrounding areas for the past five years through Marilyn and...
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Correction notice

In the winter edition of At Home on the North Shore, we were made aware of an address correction for one of our fine sponsors. On page 37 of the At Home on the North...

Tree festivals light up Tatamagouche and Pugwash

Following directly at the heels of a distressing power outage, the Tatamagouche and Pugwash Christmas tree festivals were a welcome reprieve and a sparkling introduction to the Christmas season on the North Shore. The Tatamagouche...

Sharing their Guatemalan experience

The group of local youth and adults who spent 10 days this past summer in Rabinal, Guatemala, are about to share their experience with the public. The group is hosting a talk on Dec. 4,...

Charter designation

It was a memorable afternoon last month as the Tatamagouche and District Lions Club received its charter. King Lion Gary Johnson accepted the charter on behalf of his fellow Lions, many of whom were gathered...
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