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Community Christmas events this weekend

Port Greville News with Gail Wagstaff
Port Greville News with Gail Wagstaff

It is a chilly Sunday evening with little snow on the ground.

Apparently this could change tomorrow with our first major snowfall forecasted. Personally, I enjoy the snow and look forward to a winter wonderland. I do sympathize with those who have to commute on slippery roads and wish you all safe travels.

Apparently this could change tomorrow with our first major snowfall forecasted. Personally, I enjoy the snow and look forward to a winter wonderland. I do sympathize with those who have to commute on slippery roads and wish you all safe travels.

Thanks go out to John Hiltz for donating the community Christmas tree on display at the FPW Fire Hall and to Chantal Proulx, who donated the tree at the war memorial.

I attended The Living Christmas Tree performance at the United Church last evening. It was a great performance and enjoyed by all. Thanks go out to all who work so hard to put on this event, which is a major fundraiser for the United Church and a highlight of our community events.

Our recent shopping trip to Moncton, N.B. was a lot of fun. The stores were packed and the traffic was bumper to bumper. I am happy to live in a small, rural community where I do not have to contend with rush hour traffic and the hustle and bustle of city life.

We have a busy weekend coming up with the childrens' Christmas party on Saturday (Dec. 17), and the community Christmas supper on Sunday (Dec. 18). Call Sharon Benjamin at (902-348-2105) to see if there are any tickets left for the Christmas supper at a cost of $20 per person.

The Foxy Lady is out of news for now. Have a great week, everyone.

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