Thursday, April 19, 2018

Remembering loved ones

Meagan Negus placed the first angel on the Angels Remembered Tree at the Colchester East Hants Hospice Society’s office during the program launch. Each year, the society offers trees in Truro, Tatamagouche and East...

Standing guard

Flight-Sgt. Matthew Cassidy, left, of the Phoenix 596 Royal Canadian Air Cadets, and Flight-Sgt. Sebastian Martell perform Honour Guard duties at the Tatamagouche cenotaph on Remembrance Day. Submitted photo

Palliative contribution

The River John Lions Club recently donated $500 to the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital for palliative care. On hand for the presentation included, from left, Martha Underwood, Connie Smith, Ray Langille and Brenda Mackinnon....

Legion donation

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 64 in Tatamagouche has a new sign thanks to donations from the business community. The sign, including materials and labour, was donated by Matt Cripps & Sons, and Stanley...

Busy autumn for Pugwash and Area Community Health Board

The Pugwash and Area Community Health Board (CHB) was busy recently with a number of activities and guest speakers and presentations. In September, Dianne Ardern of the Alzheimer Society shared work with board members about...

Air Cadets welcome new members

Calling North Shore youth between the ages of 12 and 18. If you’re looking for adventure, a chance to hone leadership skills, make new friends, travel to other parts of Nova Scotia and Canada, and...

Wentworth Volunteer Fire Department recognizes members at annual banquet

In 1974, the Wentworth Volunteer Fire Department (WVFD) was formed by Roy Patriquin and others. Since then, former fire chiefs include Patriquin, Ivan Crawford, and Vernon Sprague. At present, the executive members are Fire Chief...

Introducing Malory Beazley

Malory Beazley, the recently hired operations manager at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre, is literally bursting with enthusiasm when she talks about her future plans for The Grace. “Tatamagouche is a happening spot and...

A time to spread the warmth

It was a picture online showing clothing tied to a fence in Boston that sparked Patricia Campbell’s idea. Campbell, the owner and operator of Fiddleheads Salon in Tatamagouche, held the first of what she hopes...

Trans-Pacific Partnership discussion held in Tatamagouche

Scott Sinclair, director of the Trade and Investment Research Project under the auspices of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, spoke recently at the Tatamagouche Centre on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications. Twenty-five...
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