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    REGIONAL BROADBAND NEWSLETTER INTRODUCTORY ARTICLE
    https://www.i-valley.ca Making regional broadband happen THE REGIONAL BROADBAND NEWSLETTER January 2018 A round-up of news and ideas to create successful Broadband Development in rural and rising communities Smart Community: “Smart” communities are those that use information and communication technologies to spark economic development, job growth and social prosperity. For the first time in history, these technologies also ...
    ATTENTION NOVA SCOTIA CAREGIVER – SURVEY FOR HEALTH CARE
    We have been asked to pass this survey request on for completion by caregivers in Nova Scotia. Please do our health board proud and complete as soon as you can. Thanks in advance. http://www.novanewsnow.com/news/local/calling-all-caregivers-respondents-needed-for-survey-studying-burnout-166190/ Janna Wentzell, a kinesiology instructor at Acadia University and doctoral candidate at Royal Roads University, hopes at least 300 caregivers will ...
    ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI COMMUNITY CHASE THE ACE
    We are back with St Francis of Assisi Community Chase the Ace sponsored by the Friends of St. Francis. Our New venue is Uniacke Pizza. Same draw date: Wednesday nights. Starts January 24/2018. Tickets are three for $5.00 We are starting the Jackpot at $200.00. Nightly prize is split in the following way: 40% of night’s take goes to the building ...
    COMMUNITY “CHASE THE ACE” UPDATE
    First of all Happy 2018 EVERYONE. Thanks to all who played our Community Chase the Ace. With your help we were able to do the following: We were very pleased to make Jordan Weatherbee’s Christmas as he was the lucky winner of Chase the Ace and his Christmas was made merrier by winning $7057.50. Will you ...
    Jan 6, 2018 NSPC LATEST UPDATE
    Good morning, Nova Scotia Power and contractor crews continue to make steady progress on restoration efforts. We have safely restored power to over 275,000 customers who lost service during the storm and approximately 4,000 customers remain without power. We’re confident that all customer will be restored today. As teams access outage sites and field-validate what repairs ...
    NSPC UPDATED JAN 4, 2018
    Jan 4, 2018 6:31pm Good evening, We currently have 89,000 customers without power. The storm so far seems to be progressing as predicted with strong winds now (over 100K gusts) in the western and central parts of the province. Many of our crews in those areas have now had to ...
    RIVERVIEW SKATING CLUB
    Registration for skating programs (10 weeks) – Wednesday Jan. 24th & Friday Jan. 26th from 5 – 8pm and Saturday Feb. 3rd from 10am to 1pm. All registration will take place at Newport and District Rink and will be ongoing. Skating session begins Feb. 7th at Newport Rink. All skaters will be ...
    NOVA SCOTIA POWER MAKES SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS ON STORM RESTORATION
    HALIFAX – Nova Scotia Power and contractor crews are making good progress on restoration efforts in the aftermath of a very powerful storm that brought strong winds yesterday (THURSDAY) and today, causing power disruptions across the province. “The crews and planning team have done a remarkable job responding to the storm,” said Karen Hutt, President and ...
    COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX PROGRAM
    Income tax season is right around the corner and for some it is difficult to fill out, or too expensive to pay someone else, to fill your return. These clinics are free for everyone who fits the criteria listed below. The clinics will be held starting in early March until the end of April ...
    THANK YOU – Lynch Family
    A big THANK YOU goes out to the Uniacke and District Volunteer Fire Department for the speedy response, and the extra special care given, for the emergency call put in on November 30 to assist me in my time of emergency care requirement. An extra thanks goes out to Ernest Moore and John Kingston for their ...
    ARDOISE HALL EVENTS
    3 Ardoise School House Rd @ Hwy 1 http://www.ardoisehall.ca/ Sun. Dec 31: New Year’s Eve Party from 9:30-1am. Free admission, music, food, with a bar open! Fri. Jan 19: Pre-Teen Dance from 7:30-9:30pm. Cost is $3.00 per child; canteen open! Sun. Jan 21: Annual General Meeting starting at 2pm. Everyone welcome! Sun. Jan 28: Turkey & Ham Bingo starting at 1pm.
    SEA CADET NEWS
    We hope you got to see our amazing kids this year at the Remembrance Day Ceremony!! As a new year begins with new members it’s wonderful to see them join together as a coherent group! With the Christmas and New Year Festivities approaching we’re asking once again that you save your bottles for our Annual Bottle ...
    THANKS ONCE AGAIN
    On Saturday, Nov 18 and Sun Nov 19, 2017 the Uniacke Wishgivers held their Annual Fundraiser Campaign and once again, thanks to the generous, helpful community businesses and residents, we raised over 30,000 dollars. Thank- you to all the businesses for your many donations and community spirit. Thanks also to our community residents who donated items ...
    UNIACKE TRAILS ASSOCIATION
    On Nov. 29 an enthusiastic group turned out to take part in the formation of the Uniacke Trails Association. About 30 people met at St. Paul’s United Church on Etter Rd. Many great ideas were shared as everyone offered their thoughts on how the association would be formed. At the meeting directors were appointed from the ...
    YIN YOGA with Yoga
    Starting January 28, 2018 we will be offering one evening yoga class per week at St. Paul’s United Church, 293 Etter Road. PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE NOT ABLE TO OFFER THE TUESDAY AFTERNOON CLASS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE. Class time: SUNDAY Program, 6:45 – 7:45 pm, doors open at 6:30. This program ...
    HANTS COUNTY SENIORS SAFETY ASSOCIATION
    Leanne Taylor East Hants Seniors Safety Co-ordinator 902-758-5805 ehseniorsafety@gmail.com www.seniorsafetyprogram.ca
    FITNESS PROGRAM AT BAPTIST CHURCH, MOUNT UNIACKE
    The Fitness Program at the Baptist Church is held Mon – Fri mornings 9am – 10am. Enter the main entrance and go down the stairs to the left. It is held in the lower level. This is not a profit-making group. We just meet and follow exercise programs on a disk. ...
    MOUNT UNIACKE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    902-866-0124 555 Hwy #1 Kim, Bernie and Karrie would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. We will be closed Tuesday, December 26th for Boxing Day. Keep an eye on our Facebook page in the New Year for our upcoming winter programs. Thank you for your continued support of your local library. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
    UNIACKE BAPTIST CHURCH
    Schedule of remaining 2017 Services at UBC….. December 17th – 11am Christmas concert presented ...
    COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX PROGRAM
    Income tax season is right around the corner and for some it is difficult to fill out, or too expensive to pay someone else, to fill your return. These clinics are free for everyone who fits the criteria listed below. The clinics will be held starting early March until the end of April 2018 ...
    COMMUNITY CHASE THE ACE
    Thank you for supporting our COMMUNITY CHASE THE ACE hosted by St. Francis of Assisi Church. We invite any non-profit group in our area to contact us for the possibility of financial support. If you wish to take advantage of our offer, please submit your request in writing after October 1, 2017 to: St. Francis of Assisi c/o ...
    TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL – WINTER ROAD MAINTENANCE
    ***How soon after a snow storm will my road be plowed? We’re on the job day and night, 24/7, keeping our roads as clear and safe as possible. Road clearing is scheduled according to the kind of road and traffic levels. This allows for maximum mobility for the most amount of people during stormy weather. The plowing ...
    HOGAN’S U-PICK CHRISTMAS TREES
    Open Nov 15 to Dec 24 No Tagging 902-866-2392 Grant & Melba Hogan 315 Etter Rd. Mt. Uniacke, NS B0N 1Z0
    MOUNT UNIACKE C.O.P.
    e:mail MountUniackeCOP@gmail.com If you want your house / property watched while you ar away, contact the RCMP detachment for Mount Uniacke, make your request and they will pass the information on to Mount Uniacke COP and we will include your property ...
    UNIACKE SCOUTING FUNDRAISING
    PLEASE HELP SUPPORT THE SCOUTING YOUTH OF MOUNT UNIACKE. when you drop off your RECYCLING to either Sackville Bottle Exchange on Sackville Drive or Fader’s Bottle Exchange on Sackville Cross Road, please donate the funds to UNIACKE SCOUTING. Thank you for your continued support.