It certainly has become noticeably colder in the mornings and evenings. We have not had any snow yet but that should happen soon, I expect.
It would be nice for all the snowmobilers, skiers and others to have lots of white, powdery snow this winter.
We had a good crowd for our Remembrance Day church service, wreath laying ceremony, and lunch at the FPW fire hall. Thanks go out to everyone who made sandwiches, sweets and so on, and to all those who helped in the planning and preparation, especially Layton Yorke who carried out the Acts of Remembrance.
The local churches and the Age of Sail Museum are hoping for many to attend their tea and sale on Sunday, Nov. 19 at the FPW fire hall from 1 to 4 p.m. This is a very important fundraiser and has always been well supported.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, Nov. 25,when the Community Christmas Tree Lighting will take pace at the War Memorial Park at 6:30 p.m.
Cookies and hot chocolate will be a treat for all after the tree lighting, over at the FPW fire hall.
The Shore Drive Community Development Association will hold their annual Christmas supper on Sunday, Dec. 3. Doors are usually open by 4 p.m. with the meal being served around 5 p.m.
Call Sharon Benjamin at 902-348-2105 to reserve your ticket. Cost is $20 per ticket.
If you are interested in a bus shopping trip to Moncton, a group will be leaving Port Greville around 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 4.
Call Sharon Benjamin for more information.
Living Christmas Tree practices are ongoing on Monday evenings. I believe the concert will be Dec. 9 and 10 this year but I will confirm next week.
The Foxy Lady is out of news for now. Have a great week everyone.