Village News: As it Happens: April 7/13

Published April 7, 2012 by oddacity designs


Happy Birthday this month to Roz Rice who is turning 80!  To celebrate there will be an open house birthday party at the Advent Christian Church on April 28, from 2 to 4, with refreshments served.  All of Rosalinds’s friends are welcome to attend!

Myrtle and Rosie’s has expanded! That’s right, the space formerly occupied by Kelly Foxton’s Trading Post is now part of the kitchen, making much more room in the previous space for tables and merchandise.  Drop in and see how great it looks.

Tim Wilson is back in Bear River after a long absence.

Good News! Raine Ryan, daughter of Shyla Harris and Cody Ryan, is off the critical list and doing well.  The hope is that she will soon be strong enough for surgery.

We are sorry to hear that Mike Corbett has moved way down the valley. While Noreen Millar and Erin  have moved from town they are still nearby in Clementsport.

The former location of the Bear River Bargains and Books won’t be empty for long.  Mark Jacques will be opening up his upholstery shop there in the near future. Mark is the son of Stan and Alice Jacques who operated SAM Upholstery for many years, and Mark has been running the business for some time now in Clementsvale.

The Scotch Doubles pool tournament in Annapolis Royal last weekend saw a couple from Kingston walk away with first prize, but second place and $200.00 went to Fred Miller and Andrea.  Well played!

And more about pool: Sunday, April 15 is the day for the Tommy Thibeault Tournament at the Bear River Legion. Last year’s winners, Todd and Sam Sloane will be trying to hold on to the trophy against some stiff competition.  Good Luck to Everyone!

Phyllis Read is enjoying the company of visiting family over the Easter weekend.

Kyle Ellis is happy to be spending the Easter weekend with his mother, Teresa Henshaw,  and a great Easter dinner with the family around the dinner table.

Congratulations to Eric Cox, who won the draw for the quilt at the Bear River Health Clinic.

And for all of you waiting desperately to hear the latest whereabouts of Francois Bellefontaine, we are happy to announce that his latest trip had him touring the countryside of Portugal.

Happy Easter to All.

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