Cemetery clean-up planned
The Leicester Cemetery held a meeting in the community hall on Monday night. It was decided to have clean up on Monday, May 3 at 6 p.m. prior to the committal service for the late Lola Cotton, which has been scheduled for Saturday, May 8, at 11a.m.
The Leicester Cemetery decided to have a potluck supper in the fall at the community hall.
Andy Carter spent a few days away auctioneering this week.
Angie Cudmore, Fredericton, visited with her grandmother, Olive Jackson, on Wednesday this week.
Diane Wood, Riverview, N.B., spent Wednesday with her mother, Elda Lowther.
The 4-H beef supper held at the Leicester Fire Hall on Saturday night was well attended. All who attended reported on excellent supper. Good work, 4-H er’s.
John and Vivian Warwick spent Sunday afternoon with his mother, Ruth, in Truro.
Helen Estabrooks, Brookdale, visited with her mother, Elda Lowther, on Sunday.
Terry Gilroy is convalescing at home following an operation this week. Remember her in your prayers, also Jim Smith and Wilson Hunsley, as they await a call for operations. Several folks have been at home with a flu that is making its rounds. Get well wishes to all.
David and Nancy Haner, Truro, spent Saturday with her parents, Delbert and Lillian Carter.
Birthday greetings go out to Dot Web, Helen Cameron, Vivian Warwick, Kathleen Hollis, Muriel Dobson, Beth Hart and Sandra Atkinson. May you all enjoy your special day.
The Ladies Circle will conduct the Mother’s Day service on Sunday at the Little River Baptist church, as Pastor Karen will be away.
The Good Neighbors Club yard sale held on the weekend at the community hall was a huge success. They are now in the process of planning a salad take out supper.
This group will again put planters of flowers at the cemeteries in this area.
Leslie and Alice Mae Boyles, Amherst, Lorraine Boyles, Oromocto, N.B., were Saturday callers with Douglas and Ruby Kirkpatrick. Recent visitors with the Kirkpatricks were Victor and Heather Hunsley, Little River, Holly, Earl and Dana King, Amherst.
Marion Thompson, Little River, Greg and Lindsay Warren, along with her friend Kathleen, Halifax, were supper guest with Darrel and Sheila Thompson.
Sympathy is extended to the Warwick family in the tragic death of their nephew, Mark Marion in Ontario. The funeral was held on Saturday in Windsor, Ont.
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