Port Greville Notes with Gail Wagstaff
Thanks go out to Bruce Morris for taking down our roadside banners in order to put them safely away in winter storage. You always do a great job, Bruce.
As I write this news, I am thinking of our veterans who gave so much to all of us. Thank you to all those who have served and who are serving this great country.
On Sunday, Nov. 17 from 2-4 p.m. there will be a Christmas tea and sale at the FPW Fire Hall in Port Greville. This is presented by the United UCW, Anglican guild, and the Age of Sail society. Be sure to drop in for crafts, a new-to-you table, door prizes, draws, food tables, etc.
Soon, notices will be sent out from the Shore Drive Community Development Association with information regarding our annual childrens’ Christmas party (ages 12 and under.) I will pass along more information next week.
There is a feeling of anticipation and excitement in the air these days, as we move closer to Christmas. Concerts, skating show, shopping, decorating, etc. will soon be on our agendas. It is always nice when we have the first fall of snow, especially when the communities are decorated with their festive lights.
I was talking to someone today about snow tires vs all seasons. Personally,I feel much safer with snow tires. I feel that eventually they will be “the law” as in Quebec.
Have a good week, everyone. The Foxy Lady would like you to call or email by Sunday at noon if you have any news to report.