Our thanks this month goes to Debbie Carr of Storeytown for sending us the above photograph of a beautiful autumn
morning here in the Miramichi River Valley. If you have a picture taken in the Upper Miramichi Area that you would like us
to consider using in this “place of honor” in a future issue, just send it along to [email protected]
Please note that “horizontal” photos – rather than “vertical” ones -- work best for us.
On Saturday, September 6,
the Central Miramichi Historical Society, with its partner the Atlantic
Salmon Museum, hosted a party to officially “launch” its new book,
160 Years of Salmon Stories (The Atlantic Salmon Museum’s Hall of
Fame) . . . and what a celebration it was. By the end of an all-tooshort afternoon, almost 200 guests had come to congratulate author
Morris Green, to listen to some rib-tickling stories, and to delight in a
book that is sure to become a mainstay in many homes up and down
the Miramichi and beyond. It was truly a joyous occasion but for
those of you who just couldn’t make it, please take note of the
Until Sunday, September 28, 160 Years
of Salmon Stories will be available for
sale at the Atlantic Salmon Museum (263
Main Street, Doaktown), Monday –
Saturday (9:00 am – 5:00 pm) and
Sunday (Noon – 5:00 pm). After Sunday,
September 28 when the Museum closes
for the season, you may leave a voice
mail at the Museum by calling 365-7787
or you may send your request by email
[email protected],
Author Morris Green autographing one of
Museum representative will get back to
the 286 books sold during the September
you promptly. Copies of the book
(which sells for $60) may also be 6 “Launch.”
obtained by contacting one of the following members of the Central
Miramichi Historical Society: Valerie O’Donnell (365-7924); Ann Storey (365-4529); Karen Swim (365-1105) or
Peggy Green (365-7847). Arrangements may also be made for out-of-town shipping – just ask for details.
All profits from the sale of this book go directly to the Atlantic Salmon Museum.
160 Years of Salmon Stories Book Launch
W. R. (“Bill”) MacKinnon receives a specially-autographed
copy of 160 Years from Historical Society President Valerie
O’Donnell. The MacKinnon Family played a vital role in this
project and it is with gratitude that the book is
dedicated to them.
Ann Storey presents Peggy Green with a bouquet as a small token
of appreciation on behalf of the Society for the many hours she too
has dedicated to this project.
The “house” was packed – standing room only!
Taking a quick peek at the book before the formalities
The Central Miramichi Historical Society would like to express our very sincere appreciation to
representatives of the Atlantic Salmon Museum (Delmer White, Hannah Johnston and Daphne
Nippard); to the men who courageously unloaded the books – all 2,000 of them (Terry Clowater,
Bev Gaston, Barry Storey and Washburn Storey); to our “Parking Valet” Donald Colford; to our photogr aphers Stephanie
O’Donnell and Michele Gilks; to Tina Green, Michael Schofield and Cheryl McDonald for “pitching in;” and to Graeme
MacKinnon for his support and advice. Without your enthusiasm and willingness to help, this event could not have gone so
smoothly or been the very happy success it was. Thanks to you all!
Christmas is just around the corner and if you’re looking for some stocking stuffer
ideas, the Park Committee can help you out. Tickets will be going on sale very
shortly for the SECOND ANNUAL GOLF BALL DROP -- as before, each ticket will sell
for $5.00 with the draw to take place in conjunction with the 2015 Doaktown Fair
events. And again, half the money raised by the Park Committee will be shared with
the winner.
Congratulations to CAROLYN WEAVER, winner of the recent 50/50 Bingo Draw.
Another Bingo Card has been placed at Parker’s Country Diner with squares being
sold for $2.00 each. The winner will take home $100.00, with the other $100.00 going
to the Park. Our thanks to Doreen and the folks at Parker’s Country Diner for
assisting with this fundraiser.
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Doaktown Elementary School Gymnasium
9:00 AM - Noon
Rental Fee: $10.00 per table.
(Please call Susan Gaston at 365-7895 for further information)
Thank you to everyone for donating bottles for the Park’s bottle drive. Please note, if you have bottles you would like to
donate to the Park, a wooden bin has been placed beside the Blue Recyclable Bin (behind the Doaktown Fire Hall) for this
We have now been advised that anyone making a monetary donation of $25 or more in support of the ongoing Park
project will receive a tax receipt from the Village of Doaktown that can be used with income tax returns.
Interested in knowing what’s happening with the Doaktown Community Park? Please feel free to attend our next meeting
scheduled for MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014 at the Village Office, beginning at 7:30 pm.
Doaktown – Monday, October 20
RCUM – Wednesday, October 22 and Thursday, October 23
Last chance to get your home and property ready for “the big freeze.”
Joe’s Garbage Pick-Up Limited (506-622-8021) will accept most of what you
don’t want: yard waste (boxed, bagged or tied in 3’ bundles), stoves,
barbecues, bicycles, beds, mattresses, furniture, etc. They won’t take things
like paint, tires, liquids, batteries, or car/ATV/snowmobile parts but call the
Recycling Hotline at 506-778-9917 to find out who will. And remember, your
local libraries will accept many of those old books and magazines that have
been clogging up your shelves, and the Central NB Self-Help (7A Miramichi
Street, Doaktown – 365-4374) welcomes “gently used” clothes, jewellery and
toys. Pitch in and pitch it out!
On Sunday, September 14 th , our small, but mighty
community came together to participate in the annual
Terry Fox Walk. This year we had 85 participants and
volunteers, and together we raised almost $3,100.00.
The event could not have happened without the
businesses and volunteers who gave their support.
A huge “thanks” to the following businesses for your
Doaktown Auto Supplies; The Ledges Inn; The Village
Family Restaurant; Becky O’Donnell; Brittany Betts; the
Atlantic Salmon Museum; Doaktown Pharmasave;
Naturally Fit Doaktown; the Village of Doaktown; Old Mill
Pond Golf Club; the Great Canadian Dollar Store; the
Doaktown Save-Easy; Irving Gas Bar; Stewart’s Garage;
Irving Mill (Philip Munn); River Rock Spa; Storeybrook
Photography; Calvin Munn; Elaine Sutherland; NAPA;
the Doaktown Health Clinic; and the B&L Restaurant
Also a heartfelt “thanks” to the following individuals:
Gilbert Thibodeau, Johanne Munn and Sonya O’DonnellMunn for collecting prizes
Leota Brown, Lia Munn, Ava St. Laurent, and Kyle Munn
for selling 50/50 squares
Trevor Price: Donation of prizes, water, ice-cream
sandwiches, as well as the use of the Doaktown
Save-Easy for the sale of 50/50 squares (and knowing
what I needed before I even asked ☺)
Karen Swim and Joseph Price for bringing along “Katy
the Kubota”
Johanne Munn,
Sonya O’Donnell-Munn,
Robinson, Elaine Colford, Dianne Lyons, Meta Ward,
Marci Spencer, Albert and Theresa Sturgeon, Deven and
Kyle Munn, and Bryson Beek for volunteering at the
school on the day of the Walk
Like most “Thank-You” shout outs, someone may get
left out. If I have omitted anyone, PLEASE forgive me
and know that I appreciated all the help and couldn’t
have done it without you.
I am already thinking ahead to next year, and hope to
see a bigger turn out and to reach or surpass the
$3,100.00 raised this year.
It’s never too early to start planning, collecting pledges
or volunteering time or donations.
Thank you to Mayor Bev Gaston for his opening
remarks, as well as to all Terry’s Team Members (shown
in the photo above) for sharing in this day with us.
~ Loey Parker
Event Organizer
Christmas Craft Market
Andy Wood, Jennifer Weston
Sat. - Nov. 8th
10 am to 2 pm
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Fees quoted in advance so no surprises
Evenin gs and weekends by appointment
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Stop by for
$2.00 per person
Hamburgers &
Hot Dogs for Sale!
Over 30 Vendors!
Gift Shop SALE
Prints (unframed) $25.00 each or 2 for $40.00
Includes: Priceville Footbridge, Murphy Bogan & Others
Get out your shopping list and pick-up some
NEW museum items for family and friends!
Check out our Stocking Stuffer table.
Book your table ($15.00 per table) today
by calling 506-369-7214
Nashwaak/Miramichi – 367-3333
Nashwaak/Miramichi – 453-9500
And remember:
Never, under any circumstances, take a laxative and a
sleeping pill on the same night!
“Fair - minded and hard working”
Doaktown Village Council has appointed Councillor Paul Gillespie as Deputy Mayor replacing Tanya
Robichaud who recently tendered her resignation from Council.
A municipal by election has been scheduled for Monday, December 8 to fill the vacancy left by
Councillor Robichaud’s resignation. Watch for further information concerning filing dates, etc. on our
website (www.doaktown.com) and Facebook page.
Mayor Bev K. Gaston
Village of Doaktown
Central NB Woodmen’s Museum
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Admission: $2.00/person
Table Rentals - $15
Contact: Woodmen’s Museum (369-7214)
Central NB Academy (9 am – Noon)
Admission: $1.00/person (all proceeds from
admissions and table rentals going to the CNBA
Graduating Class of 2015)
Table Rentals - $10
The family of the late BERYL JOHNSTON would like to thank God for blessing
us with such a loving and giving wife and
mother for the 76 years He breathed life into
her until He called her home.
Contact: 365-2090
Our sincere thanks to family, friends and
neighbours for their prayers, visits, cards,
delicious food, and phone calls during Beryl’s illness.
These gestures of love brightened her day more than you
will ever know. Thanks to Extra-Mural for their special care
and compassion.
Doaktown Elementary School Gymnasium
Special thanks go to Shelly (Price) Lyons and to Shelly
(MacKay) Sutherland for the care and kindness you showed
towards Mum. You girls became like family and we will
always be grateful to you – Mum loved you both.
Proceeds from table rentals going to
Table Rentals - $10
Contact: Susan Gaston (365-7865)
the Doaktown Community Park
Thanks to Brother and Sister Decker, and to Brother Treese
for their spiritual guidance and support; to Davidson’s
Funeral Home for their excellent service; and to the
Ambulance attendants for their care and compassion.
Doaktown Legion (9 am – Noon)
Contact: Linda Robinson (CELL: 365-0066)
~ Love from Beryl and the Johnston Family
Papa & Boys Trucking
or Geralda Richard (365-7524)
Things We Can Do For You:
Move you from your present home/apartment to
your new home/apartment, also university
Prop. Bob Murphy
Haul away all your unwanted garbage, roofing
shingles, old appliances, etc.
Haul in some crushed rock for your driveway o r
some topsoil for your lawn.
Haul your wood from your firewood supplier to
your yard.
5 Prospect Street
Doaktown, NB E9C 1C3
CELL: 506-365-0225
You Call, I Haul!
7263 Route 8 – Unit 1, New Bandon, NB E9C 2A7
Phone: 365-2096 Fax: 365-2052
Email: [email protected]
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Seniors Breakfast Program (Tuesday, October 28 – 9:00 am). Seniors are invited to a morning of social time,
snacks and activities. Please call ahead to register as we have limited space.
Books on Wheels. Thank you for your interest in our Books on Wheels delivery program. This f ree
monthly service provides delivery of library materials to seniors and shut-ins. We now have a
generous volunteer who is willing to spare a couple of hours monthly to help continue this program.
If you know of someone who might want to take advantage of it, please reach the Library at one of
the above-listed contacts.
Preschool Storytime (Every Friday – 10:30 am). Bring your preschooler and join us for play-based
activities, stories, songs and crafts.
Rembrance Day Program (Friday, November 7 – 11 am). Veterans from the Boiestown/Doaktown area are
invited to join us for our annual Remembrance Day Program at the Central NB Academy. There will be
a light lunch and social time following the program for veterans and special guests.
PLEASE NOTE: We will be closed on Monday, October 13
in observance of the Thanksgiving Day Holiday.
Second Annual Fall
Community Hymn Sing
The response to our first Hymn Sing
last fall was so encouraging that we
decided to have a 2014 version.
Thanks to all who have shown such
This year, the Wesleyan Church will
be our hosts. Friday, October 3 is
the date. Bring your voices and be
prepared for a wide selection of
outstanding hymns. There will be
some specials, but the main
emphasis, like last year, will be on
giving you the opportunity to
in singing as
community. We will begin at 7:00
PM and probably go for over an
hour. All are welcome.
Saturday, October 4
(Doaktown Legion)
8 – 11 AM: Breakfast by Donation
Bake Sale
6 – 10 PM: Evening of Musical
Entertainment with Gary Long
and Friends (by donation)
Live and Silent Auction
As most of you know Phillip was in a
serious car accident on July 30. He has
been hospitalized in the Intensive Care
Unit since then and will have a long
recovery period. His friends and family
would like to help him as he recuperates.
All are invited to a Blessing of the
Animals to be held at the Doaktown
Fair Grounds (Prospect Street) on
Sunday, October 5 at 2:00 pm. The
Blessing is part of the Feast of St.
Francis of Assisi whose great love
for all of God's creations is well
known. Bring your pets -- furry,
feathered and scaly (all are welcome
although we ask that the more
“rambunctious” animals be kept
under control). The service will last
about 20 minutes with the Rev'd Dr.
Brian J. Spence officiating. Note:
In case of bad weather, the service
will be moved to the St. Andrew's
Anglican Church Hall, Main Street.
Saturday, October 18 – Oktoberfest Pig Roast (see details below)
Saturday, October 25 – Halloween Costume Party (see details below)
Saturday, November 8 – Remembrance Day Dinner (see details below)
Tuesday, November 11 – Remembrance Day Ceremonies (see details below)
Wednesday, December 10 (12:00 Noon – 3:00 pm). Christmas Luncheon. Plans are now underway for a
Christmas gathering featuring a full turkey dinner for local seniors, their families and friends (admission by
donation only). If you’re interested in attending – and we hope you are – please let one of the following Legion
members know prior to Monday,December 8 so that we can make sure we have lots of everything ready and
waiting: Geralda Richard (365-7524); Linda Robinson (Cell: 365-0066); Lorraine Storey (365-8885) or Doreen
Parker (Cell: 365-0392).
Saturday, October 18
Admission: $15
1:00 pm – Music by Gary Long and Friends
4:00 pm - Roast pork, potato salad, cole slaw, macaroni salad and desserts
Tickets available from: Linda Robinson (Cell: 365-0066) or Geralda Richard (365-7524)
Saturday, October 25
10:00 PM – 1:00 AM / Admission: $10
Music by: Lockie Munn
Door prizes to be drawn.
Tickets available from: Linda Robinson (Cell: 365-0066)
or Geralda Richard (365-7524)
SUPPORT OUR 50-50 DRAWS! Edna Greene won big ($550) on August 26;
Willis Johnston was the very surprised winner of $274 on September 2; “someone”
forgot to pay for their winning ticket on September 9 which made Jarmine Hachey very
happy on September 16 with a win of $536; and on September 23, Brian Storey of New
Bandon won $248.
Purchase YOUR ticket from any of the following locations: the Doaktown Irving Gas Bar,
the B & L Restaurant, Sears, or from Leota Brown, Kenny Carr, Daphne Nippard, or Delmer White. Price is $2
per week or you can purchase tickets for several weeks at a time. Proceeds from this lottery are shared by the
Doaktown Legion and by the Atlantic Salmon Museum, both of whom greatly appreciate your support.
2014 REMEMBRANCE DAY OBSERVANCES. Our annual Remembrance Day Dinner (roast
beef) will be held on Saturday evening, November 8 (6:00 pm) at which time two outstanding
individuals will be honoured – Edmund Johnston and James Harris. Tickets at $20 each can be
obtained from Linda Robinson (Cell: 365-0066) or Geralda Richard (365-7524). Remembrance
Day ceremonies will be held at the Legion Park on Tuesday, November 11 commencing at
10:30 am. A light lunch with refreshments will be served following the ceremony. Watch for our
annual Poppy Campaign commencing on Monday, October 27.
The Miramichi Valley Business Association is pleased to announce that it
has entered into a partnership with TransCanada Pipelines with a view to
promoting the project known as Energy East throughout the communities
in the Miramichi Valley.
Fully supported by the municipal councils of
Blackville, Doaktown the RCUM and Stanley, the Association will serve as
a liaison between project representatives and the communities the MVBA
represents, ensuring that local businesses and residents receive timely
and accurate information and that potential benefits are optimized.
It is our belief that the formation of this partnership and the promotion of
the Energy East project will lead to new business opportunities and job
creation in this area. As part of this new initiative, an Open House will be
held on Wednesday, October 29 at the Upper Miramichi Lions Club.
If you are interested in joining the Association and receiving
first-hand information about Energy East, please contact our
Executive Director, Lorne Amos, Sr., at 506-843-6680 or email him at
[email protected] You can also visit the Association’s website at
www.miramichivalleyba.com (look for Join the Association in the column
on the left). Our annual fees are only $100, and with over 60 member
businesses (including our municipal councils), we represent a growing
and united call for economic development and job creation for the
businesses and residents of the Miramichi Valley Area.
TransCanada is in the planning stages of a
project to transport oil from the Western
Provinces to Eastern Canada. Known as
Energy East, this ini/a/ve will generate
significant economic benefits for the
Province of New Brunswick as well as create
direct and indirect job opportuni/es for a
significant number of workers and local
If you have ques/ons about Energy East,
plan to a4end our Open House and meet
with key experts from TransCanada’s Energy
East Team:
Wednesday, October 29
Upper Miramichi Lions Club
6438 Route 8 - Boiestown
Hours: 4 – 8 pm
I would like to express my appreciation to all who came out to my 90th birthday party.
Thanks to everyone who brought food, gifts, and cards, and to all who helped out with
the serving and clean-up. Special thanks to Ray Betts and Mannie Stewart as well as to
Mrs. Treese and family for their wonderful music.
~ Elsie McCormack & Family
Christmas Musical
W M L Accounting Inc.
Bookkeeping, HST
& Payroll Remittances
Corporate and Personal Taxes
Seniors Discount
Cash Refunds
(Confidentiality is My #1 Priority)
For an appointment,
call Wendy Lyons
Woodmen’s Museum - Boiestown, NB
Friday, December 12th, 7 pm
The Christmas Season is a /me when
family and friends gather together.
The Museum is working on a NEW
Musical to Celebrate this wonderful
/me of year!
FREE Christmas Punch
and Refreshments
Door Prizes & 50/50 Draw
[email protected]
[email protected]
Keep an eye out for our Poster for details!
“Know Where You Stand”
Thank you for Supporting the Woodmen’s Museum.
Games @ the Library for Older Adults and Their Friends – Every Tuesday afternoon (1:30 pm)
Open House: A Celebration – Tuesday, October 7 (6:30 – 8 pm). See ad elsewhere in this Newsletter.
Busy Bee Quilters – Thursday, October 2 and Thursday, October 16 (6-8 pm)
Racey Readers Book Club – Thursday, October 30 (7-8 pm).
New members always welcome!
Members will discuss Birth House by Ann McKay.
The Library will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving Monday, October 13.
In celebration of Canadian Libraries Month,
Morris Green will be at the Doaktown Library
on Thursday, October 23 from 2:30 – 4:30 pm
to read excerpts from his new book 160 Years
of Salmon Stories – The Atlantic Salmon
Museum’s Hall of Fame. If you missed the
Book Launch Party on September 6, or if you
simply want to hear some great stories by a
master story-teller, join us at the Library.
Copies of 160 Years of Salmon Stories will
also be available for sale and can be
personally inscribed by Morris at your
request. PLEASE NOTE: All profits from the
sale of this book benefit the Atlantic Salmon
Museum. Hope to see you there!
The winners of the two Chapters
gifts cards for this summer’s Teen
Reading Club were Brianna Parker
and Matthew McDonald.
To add to the fun, children can come in costume if they wish. For more information, contact the Library
at 365-2018.
IN OUR “USED BOOK” ROOM: Dozens of books (both fiction and non-fiction) from our
Inspirational selection. Priced to move (we need more space): Hard covers: $0.50 or 3 for
$1.00 / Paperbacks - $0.25 or 5 for $1.00.
Gateway of Hope – 35 Company Road (Boiestown)
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Menu: Your choice of Stuffed or Unstuffed Chicken Breast, Potatoes,
Peas & Carrots, Homemade Rolls, Tea or Coffee, Assorted Homemade
Cost: $12.00 for Adults / $5.00 for Kids 10 years and under / $30.00 Family
Rate (Family Rate applies only to kids 10 and under)
NOTE: Tickets must be purchased by Sunday, October 26 and are available
from: Taxis River Convenience; Jeanne Black (369-7275); Judy Spencer
(369-2658) and Lori McKeil (369-7438).
In Loving Memory of Our Son
Who Passed One Year Ago On
October 1, 2013 at the Age of 34
How do we write on paper
Shown in the photo above are (L-R) Shirley Gilks, MLA Jake Stewart, and Bonnie Veno
Central NB Self Help celebrated 25 years of service on August 23 and had a great
turnout for the event. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following
The feelings we have inside;
Of the emptiness and heartache
When the one we loved has died.
What it meant to lose you
No one will ever know.
MLA Jake Stewart for bringing us congratulations on behalf of the Province
Part of us went with you,
Our Board members who donated their time to help
The day God called you home.
Our summer student, Brianna Parker, who looked after the children’s games
Amy Jardine, Bruce Mountain, Hughie Betts, and Grace Astle
for providing the entertainment
Sweet memories cling to your name,
Vemrose Watson for donating his BBQ and for cooking
Just the same.
Terry Marino for helping with the BBQ
Our lives go on without you, Shaun,
Thanks also to Trevor Price at the Doaktown Save Easy for donating our hot dogs,
buns and pop; Parkers Country Diner for the ice cream and cones; Doreen Davis for
the cake; Arthur Robinson for providing the fire truck; the Doak House for the picnic
tables; and Mayor Bev Gaston and the Doaktown Fire Department for the tents.
Most of all, I would like to thank all those who attended and made the day such a
But nothing is the same.
~ Bonnie Veno, Manager
Self Help has a number of items available for borrowing, including a
wheelchair, crutches, a shower chair, a walker, etc.
For further
information, please call Self Help at 365-4374.
Those who loved you in life
Still love you in death
The love within our hearts
Lets you walk beside us every day.
Forever loved, missed and thought of
every day.
~ Mom and Dad
Luv and miss you a lot, Dad
~ Keenan XOXO
Monday to Thursday: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Hovey Apartments
Friday: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Closed on Holidays
Everyone is welcome to shop.
304-308 Main Street,
One and two-bedroom
units, some with hydro
and heat included. For information,
call 506-461-3696.
Karaoke at the Atlantic Salmon Museum
(263 Main Street – Doaktown)
8 PM – 12 Midnight
Admission - $5.00
In sad and loving memory
(Must be 19 years of age or older to attend)
of a very good friend
Who passed away on October 1, 2013
You were someone very special
Who can never be replaced;
Your memory in our daily lives
$5/Child (12 and under)
Will never be erased.
Our hearts still ache in sadness
And secret tears still flow;
What it meant to lose you
No one will ever know.
Always loved and remembered by
~ Darrell and Marina
Day of Thanksgiving
Monday, October 13
Woodmen’s Museum
(2 parents, children 18 & under)
Pick up your Admission tickets
at the Gift Shop. TICKETS
TO WAIT. However – Enjoy
“Spooky Punch” or “Hot
Chocolate” until your tour
guide comes for you! A movie
will be playing for your
6342 Route 8 Boiestown
Friday, Oct. 24th
7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Ghost Walk Begins
For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter through the night;
Information: Call (506) 369-7214
For health and food, for friends and love,
Thank you for supporting the
Woodmen’s Museum!
For everything Thy g oodness sends.
We thank You.
From November 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015.
For St. Joachim’s Catholic Church, 6124
Route 8, Boiestown. Your quote may be
based on each time plowing is required OR
for the season as a whole. Payment will be
made at the end of January 2015 and again
at the end of April. For more information,
call Bob Carr at 506-369-2323. Tenders will
be accepted up to and including Monday, October 20, 2014 and may be
mailed to: St. Joachim's Parish, 6124 Route 8, Boiestown, NB E6A 1M7.
In Loving Memory of
March 18, 1979 – October 1, 2013
A limb has fallen from the family tree;
I keep hearing a voice that says, “Grieve not for me.
Remember the best times, the laughter, the song,
The good life I lived while I was strong.
Continue my heritage, I’m counting on you.
Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through.
My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest;
Remembering all, how I truly was blessed.
Continue traditions, no matter how small.
Go on with your life; don’t worry about falls.
I miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin
Until the day comes we’re together again.”
~ Sadly missed by Bonnie, Everard, Rodney and Shannon
In Memory of
Who Passed Away on October 1, 2013
You had a heart of gold,
Generous, loving and kind.
Dearest nephew and cousin -These are the memories
In our hearts you left behind.
~ Sadly missed by Cindy & John,
Rachel & Tyler, and the Boys
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It’s been a year since you passed
away, and there hasn’t been a
day, an hour or not many
minutes that I didn’t think of you. Your passing has
left an ache in my heart but I’m glad that I have tons
of memories of y ou. Life really doesn’t seem fair
when you passed so young. I will never forget you,
Shaun – you are truly, sadly, deeply missed.
~ Love from your brother Andy
(or, as you used to nickname me, “Ronald”),
Sherry and Family
To a 60th Birthday Party For
On Saturday, November 1 (1:00 pm)
At Miramichi’s First Pentecostal Church
in Holtville
The family of the late TOBY
STEWART wishes to express their
thanks and appreciation for the
many acts of kindness during our
recent bereavement.
A special thank you to the
pallbearers and honorary pallbearers who took part in the service.
To Pastor and Mrs. Cromwell, Graham Lyons,
Joy Long and Vaughn Dudley for helping and
taking part in the service; to the ladies who
prepared the lunch after the service, and to
Rutheen for her help at the McNamee Rec
Once again, thank you.
If you would like to join the local chapter of Crime Stoppers or to help in any way, we
would be grateful for your support. Our next meeting will be held on Thursday, October
2 beginning at 7:00 pm in the Community Room of the Rural Community of Upper
Miramichi. We’d love to have you join us.
For further information, please contact 1-800-222-8477 or check out our website at
Our Lady of the Annunciation
Catholic Church
(714 Main Street – Doaktown)
Mark your calendars and
plan to join us!
The Doaktown Scotiabank (287 Main Street) will be hosting a Bake Sale in
support of the Doaktown Community/School Library on Wednesday, October 29
during regular business hours.
Bake or buy – your support would be greatly
202 Main Street – Doaktown
TELEPHONE: 365-8990
Parker’s Country Diner will be
closing for the season on
Sunday, November 2. Thanks to
everyone for your business this
past summer – we’ve enjoyed
serving you and hope to see you when we open again on
Monday, April 27, 2015.
~ Doreen Parker & Staff
Our customers are just good friends with appetites!
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