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National Audiology Audiology Week October 19 - 25 What Do Audiologists Do?

Audiologists can work in a variety of fields. Clinical audiologists work in a hospital setting or in doctor's offices where they test hearing, perform advanced audiological tests (such as Auditory Brainstem Response, Electrocochleography, and Electronystagmography), assess middle ear problems, and prescribe and assess hearing aids. Paediatric audiologists work with children either in hospitals or in the schools. Some audiologists work with cochlear implants or other implantable hearing devices, from assessment of candidacy to post-surgical  programming. Audiologists can also work in aural rehabilitation (training to help people hear better and get  better use from hearing aids and other assistive listening devices). Audiologists who work in industry or the military are heavily involved in hearing conservation, noise reduction, and hearing protection. Dispensing audiologists work in  private practice and also fit and dispense hearing aids. Other audiologists may focus on neuro-otology or perform intraoperative monitoring of the hearing nerve (the 8th cranial nerve). Audiologists who work at universities do research and teach.

Call the Kennebecasis Valley Hearing Centre today to arrange an appointment with our Audiologist. 281 Hampton Rd., Quispamsis kvhearingcentre.com


"If a man speaks in the middle of a forest and there is no  woman to hear him, is he still wrong" (Quote on a small notepad) Fortunately men, if you are out in the woods far enough you can largely forget whether you are right or wrong. At least as long as you have left the missus behind!!! The fall is just a great time to be out in the woods!!! Spring, summer and  winter aren't too bad either but fall is best!! Crisp air, warm sunshine and if I am not running the chain saw or tractor trac tor ... peace!! Smart men may want to consider taking up residence in the forest on a full time basis and never come out. If we do, we can be King of the Forest but if we come out ... we will certainly face "The Battle of the Sexes". T he problem is ... the battle is now a massacre!! Just look at the propaganda that is spurring  women onward and over us!! Q: Why do men become smarter during sex?  A: Because they are plugged into a genius. Q: How are husbands like lawn mowers?  A: They're hard to get started, they emit noxious odors, and half the time they don't work. Q: What should you give a man who has everything?  A: A woman to show him how to work it. Q: Why does it take 100 million sperm to fertilize one egg?  A: Because not one will stop and ask for directions. Q: Why don't men have mid-life crises?  A: They stay stuck in adolescence.  All smart generals understand when it is better to retreat than to face certain defeat. This general is figuring out w hat size cabin I should build and exactly how far back in the woods I need to go!! PS: I am restoring an old ol d woods trailer that has tires that are rotting apart. I know someone out there has just what I am looking for ... two 20" tires (750 X 20 or close) in almost any condition as long as they will hold a ir and are cheap ... oops, I am supposed to say inexpensive. Let me know if you can help (home - 832-1977 or office 832-5613). I need the trailer to build my log cabin!!!! 800

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ON OUR COVER Jeremy Shaw Memorial Playground. See story on page 38. Published Bi-Weekly NEXT ISSUE: November 2 DEADLINE: October 26 www.ossekeag.ca

THE MERCY AW AWARDS ARDS The Mercy Awards will be held at the Moncton Wesleyan Church on Saturday, October 23rd  starting at 6:30pm. In concert will be Golden Harmony, Heather Morton, Patty McLaughlin, For the Cross, Nightwatch, Mallory McSadden and more. Emcees will be Gospel Artist Anne Williams of Sussex and Saint John Councilor, Donnie Snook. The inductees to the Hall Of Fame 2010 are Don Chapman and  Wayne  W ayne Richardson. Tickets $7 at the door door.. 807

Reminder: QUILT SHOW  Park Ave. UCW presents "Pieceful Quilts", a show and sale of rd Saturday day,, October October 23 from 1:00quilts and quilted items Satur 4:00pm at Park Avenue United Church in East Saint John.  Admission of $6.00 includes your choice from a "heavenly" selection of desserts. There will also be a bake table, craft table and raffle quilt. 826

 MATURE  MA TURE PROFESSIONALS NETWORK IN SJ “Mature Professionals Network (MPN) a social networking organization for single adults over the age of 40 has been launched in Saint John. MPN offers a forum to meet and exchange ideas, develop friendships and share common interests. They have a Meet and Greet Social every Friday night, 5:30 to 7:30pm at the Chateau Saint John, on Rockland Road. You will be warmly welcomed by a MPNSJ greeter who will introduce you to other members. A group of them also go out to dinner after the Meet and Greet. They have already participated in several different activities and are looking forward to a lot more interesting things to do through the seasons. We hope you can find time to join us.” 831

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Meetings (chaired by Ken) will be held every Thursday , 1:30pm at the Denis Morris Community Centre (330 Greenhead Road West). The Milford Bus stops across the street. For more information please call: Ken Warner Warner at 672-8002.

Did you know that if death occurs while on vacation outside Canada or the United States the basic cost to have you brought home is at least $5,000. In most cases the money money must be wired to the foreign country before anything anything takes place. The cost if death occurs occurs in the Caribbean is $6,000 - $7,000; France $7,000 - $10,000; England $5,000 - $6,000. $6,000. To be cremated and sent home the charges are the same. To be cremated in England and not brought brought home the charge is $4,000 - $5,000.



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It is important to remember to call your home town funeral director FIRST.. Our membership FIRST membership in professional organizations organizations gives us contact with many highly qualified funeral service people across North America. We'll take the necessary steps to have the deceased brought home. We will confer with you at long distance or with other family members locally to plan the funeral.

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HAMPTON It’s our nature! 

T o wn o fH ampton Town of Hampton of  Hampton PUBLIC NOTICE th

 Wednesday  W ednesday,, October 27 , 2010

Sunday, October 31   - 2:30-3:30pm, HALL will be having a Halloween FUNdraiser at the Presbyterian Church on Main Street. We will provide some fun family activities targeted toward early learners (ages 6 and under) but  welc omin oming g all who wish to join .  Activities stations stations will be set up so that parent and child work together to complete fun activities with the focus on collecting tickets to be used for a draw. It will be a sugar free event, with the take away to be a family craft activity and some stickers plus information about HALL and upcoming Fall and Winter programs. It will also include donation stations where people can purchase tickets for the draw, register for a HALL membership, and donate towards our good cause!!! Kids Have Stress Too: (A NB Canadian Mental Health th th  Association program)  W  Wednesday ednesday,, November 17 & 24 .  Adults aren’t the only ones who feel stressed. Kids do too. Some stress is normal, but too much stress is not good and can affect your child’s conduct as well as their ability to learn. The good news is that even  young children can learn to manage their own stress. The  younger they learn the better! Parents join us for two nights, where we will share information, tools and techniques to assist you in helping  your child to: recognize signs of stress; find ways to allow them to effectively manage their stress; develop coping skills that will last throughout their lifetime. What better gift to give to your child. Pre-registration is required. th Mother Goose Program: Thurs Thursday day,, Novembe Novemberr 25 25 , nd th December 2 & 9 from 9:30-10:30am, come join us for three weeks of rhymes and songs with your baby, birth to 14 months old. This program will be lead by Kim Parsons (Re-hab  Assistant), staff staff of Talk with Me Early Language Services and  we’lll have lots of fun whil  we’l while e enco encourag uraging ing lan languag guage e development for your baby. You You will also receive activities to continue baby’s learning at home. The cost for this program is free for HALL members. Financial aid for transportation available. Registration required. To register or for more information call the HALL office at 832-5665. 108

Doing a fall clean sweep? Get Rid of Excess Stuff!

Please be advised adv ised that Town Town Council will be holding a public presentation on  Wednesday  W ednesday,, October 27, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers regarding the proposed new Municipal Plan By-law, Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) (ICSP ) and the Zoning By-Law.

Extra tires/rims,  wedding and prom dresses, yard equipment, baby clothes, left over summer reno supplies, children’s summer toys, etc. Advertise them in our Community Classifieds

 Megan O’Brien Harrison, Clerk/Development Officer [email protected]

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Out of work? Just finished school? Not sure what you want to do now? Are you adventurous, resilient, hard working, reliable and able to relocate, than we have many potential opportunities for you! Attention: Oil and Gas Laborer’s – No experience required!

Manpower is currently recruiting for General Labourers (no previous experience required) who are willing to relocate to various parts of Alberta to work in the oilfields for 6 month contract or contract to perm roles starting in October 2010. Interested candidates must provide a clean driving abstract, be physically fit as you will be working long shifts outdoors in very cold conditions and able to lift up to 50lbs. Selected candidates will be required to take a medical and drug test as part of the application process. Relocation costs will be covered up to a predetermined cost. The salary ranges from $3000 to $4000 monthly plus bonus. Want to learn more? Contacts us via e-mail at [email protected] ; fax 1-877-789-3687: or Stop by our Manpower Office at 529 Main Street Moncton NB. Let the adventure begin with Manpower! 

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 As you know, Dr. A. T. Lea therb arrow Primar y cele brated the final construction of the Jeremy Shaw Memorial nd Playground on Saturday, October 2 . There were a great number of volunteers who worked hard the day before and the day of to get the playground finished. There were may thanks to local business for their donations and organizations that helped make it a success; but no one gave thanks to the core bunc h of individuals that were there  weeks and weeks before that. I think we should be giving thanks to Shannon Keoughan,  Aaron Ketch, Gar y & Kim Guita r and Kerr y & Carol yn Olinsky who were down the re night after night as far back as the end of August, laying sod, putting in po sts and getting the ground ready for the big build. I don't wa nt to take away the accomplishmen t of what the other volunteers did, I just think that we should give credit where cr edit is due. If not for these individuals, I don't think they would have been ready for the deadline on Sa turday. As a parent who couldn't participate, I would like to say a heartfelt "Thank you"!  A grateful parent . 119

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RCL Branch #62 is now accepting applications for Bursaries. Please include  your name, address, phone number and the name of the person you are applying under and their Regimental number. Applicants must have lived on the Peninsula during their graduation year and are furthering their education. Send a bit about what you are taking in school and how you are doing. The deadline for accepting applications is th  November 27 , 2010 and bursaries will be awarded in December 2010.  Applications are to be sent to: Connie Landry 44 Henderson Road, Saint John, NB E2M 7B2; for more information e-mail - [email protected] 124

KV OLD BOYS The KV Old Boys will be at the following locations until the end of October from 9:30am-1:00pm for the convenience of residents who may wish to donate their st redeemable containers to charity: 1 Saturday of month - parking lot, nd Hampton Pharmasave; 2 Saturday of month - parking lot, Petro-Canada service station, Wells; rd 3 Saturday of month - parking lot, State Farm Insurance (next to Vito’s), Rothesay. Residents are reminded the KV OLD BOYS will gladly pick up redeemable containers. Some containers on which a deposit is paid include: soft drinks; beer, wine & spirits; water bottles; fruit juices; vegetable juices and all low alcohol drinks. You can get in touch by: Fax - 847-1369; Tel - 847-5895 (leave a message); or email - [email protected] (we’ll reply with an email). 403

Hampton Herald – October 19, 2010




The Town Chiropractor  Dr. Erik F.C. Klein, B.Sc., D.C.

1 Landing Court, Quispamsis, 849-5314, 849-5318 (fax), Email:  No medical referral is required  9 Dann Drive, Hampton. Phone - 832-2040  [email protected] What you need to know about Worker’s Compensation, or now, Worksafe Hours :  Mond ay, Wednesd ay, Friday   -10:00am-5:00pm; NB. You have a choice to visit any provider that you like for your workplace injury, however some may require a physician’s referral. When Tuesday-Thursday   10:00am-8:30pm; Saturday 9:30you are injured at work, you can be examined, diagnosed, and treated by Back  5:00pm; Sunday - closed. To register for any programs, your chiropractor, WITHOUT a physician’s referral and everything will be  Neck Pain handled between your chiropractor and Worksafe NB. A major thi ng that please call 849-5314. you should know, is that YOU DO NOT NEED TO MISS WORK to access Sciatica Children s Programs: your workers’ compensation medical benefits. If you are the “walking Headaches wounded”, where you are injured, but not to such an extent that you Family Drop-In Table: Our family drop-in centre has weekly Shoulder Pain require time off of work, you can still be treated by a chiropractor for thi s themes and crafts for parents/caregivers and children to injury and all costs will be undertaken by Worksafe NB. Many conditions Knee/ankle such as back, neck, arm, shoulder, and hip problems are handled by our enjoy together. Wrist/elbow office through workers compensation every day. If you have tried other Toddler Story Time: For children 18 months and still under therapies or you have a new injury at work, call our office to see if a different set of eyes may make the difference to help you not work in pain three years and their parents/caregivers. Tuesday any longer. mornings from 10:30-11:00am. Registration is not 9 Dann Drive, Hampton Tel: 832-2040 Fax: 832-0787 required.  Babies in the Library:  For babies from birth to 18 months. th th Starts Thursday, November 4 to  Novembe r 25 from 10:30-11: 00am. Registration is required. Three-and-Up Club Story Time: For children three to five  years and their pare nts/ caregiv ers. Friday mornings from 10:3011:00am. Registration is not required. Reading Buddies Group: For elementary school aged children who are learning English as a second language. Saturdays from 10:30-11:30am. This program is a volunteen program. Please call 849-5314 to register your child. This program runs in conjunction with the Newcomers Coffee Hour.  Adult Progra ms:  Newc omer s Coff ee Hour :  Meets every Saturday from 10:30-11:30am. Make new friends and practice your English in a comfortable social setting. Everyone welcome. Registration is required. English speaking volunteers needed. This program runs in conjunction with the Reading Buddies Program.  Adult Book Club:  Meets every third Thursday between 12:00 and 1:00pm. Registration is not required. Special Events at the Kennebecasis Public Library: Tuesday Evening Zen Teen Yoga: For 13-19  yea r olds on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:15 pm. This program runs from November 9th to November 30th and registration is required. nd Puppet Shows: Tuesday, November 2 from 6:30-7:00pm. Registratio n is not required. Christmas Open House & Children's Puppet th at Show: Friday, December 10 10:30am. Registration is not * 2010 Subaru Impreza 25i 4 dr sedan 5 spd manual transmission model code AFI-BP MSRP $20,995. Payment based on 48 month lease 0 down payment plus tax. $1000 cash back on all purchase or lease for 2010 Impreza. Offer closes October 31, 2010. required. 404

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Come try us for free! Twirl Zone Inc Baton will be holding a free Baton Twirl Class on Sunday, October 24th at the New Brunswick Community College gym in Saint John. For boys & girls ages three & over - Times (choose one): 2:10-2:35pm, 2:40-3:10pm or 3:15-3:45pm. For giving us a try, enter your name to "Win a New Baton". For more information please contact Debbie Middleton: [email protected] otmail.com, 849-6624 or  www.leaguelineup.com/twirlzonesj. 849

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“HAUNTED ZOO” The volunteers of the Cherry Brook Zoo present "Haunted Zoo" on Friday, October 22nd, Saturday, October 23rd and th Sunday, October 24 from 6:00-8:00pm each night. Haunted tours leave the gift shop every 10-20 minutes beginning at 6:00pm. It is fun for all ages. The 6:00pm to 6:45pm tours include many young children so these are "kinder tours"! If  you choose to attend the later tours, beware! Watch our for new surprises! For more information call the zoo office. Please support your Cherry Brook Zoo in this important annual October fundraiser. Funds from the Haunted Zoo go directly towards the animals winter care budget. Regular admission applies. For more information call the zoo office 634-1440, email [email protected] or visit the  website at www.cherrybrookzoo.com. 817

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The annual Fall Supper at St. Francis Xavier (Church Avenue, Sussex) will be held on Sunday, October 24th from 3:006:30pm. Take-outs will be available. Cost for the supper is $10/adults, $5/children under 12 and $30/family (parents and dependent children). The menu includes: beef, veggies, pumpkin/apple pie and layer cakes. A huge Craft Table will have items for sale. 845


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The 6 Hampton Beavers, Cubs, and Scouts are off to a great start! We've had many new kids and leaders j oin this  year and we welc ome them all. Later in October the groups  will get together to have our investitu re where we formall y  welc ome all new members. We're going to have a busy autumn! We have a few fundraising activities coming up in October. The first was th th our traditional Apple Day on October 8 & 9 ; on Saturday, th October 30  we are having a bottle drive at the Hampton Pharmsave, so keep all those old cans and bottles. If you  woul d like to donate to the Bottl e Drive, but can't bring them to Pharmasave, call Jean Smith at 832-3272 and we can arrange to pick them up. We are also going to be selling Scouts Popcorn (delicious if  you've neve r had it befor e), so keep an eye out for our members as they sell both gourmet and traditional popcorn door-to-door. Our fundraising activitie s mean we are able to purchase gear and pay for venues so the children can have the best experience possible in Scouting with no, or very little, additional charge. Plans this autumn include outdoor activities, maybe an overnight camp, hiking, working together on badges, Hallowe'en parties, hav ing fun and making new friends. Scouts Canada is a terrific organization to belong to for both boys and girls. The groups come toge ther to learn new skills, work in community projects, and just plain hav e fun. New members and new leaders are always welcome. If you and/or your child are interested in joining, please check out our websites at www.Scouts.ca or hamptonscouts.ca. 120

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at Branch #69. Volleyball continues on  Wednesday evenings at Rothesay Park Middle School from 8:00-10:00pm. Breakfast on Sundays, 10:00am at Holly's Restaurant in the Hampton Mall. Tickets also available for Christmas Dinner & Dance being held on December 4th at Branch #53 Legion. $10/members, $20/non-members. For more info phone the infoline at 696-1914. 819

Reminder: ANNUAL HIP OF BEEF DINNER  The annual Hip of Beef dinner in Hampton will be held on rd Saturday, October 23  from 4:00-6:30pm at the Hampton United Church. The menu includes: beef, potatoes, carrots, squash, Yorkshire pudding, pickles, rolls and as always there are the great home made pies. The cost for the supper is: $12/adult, $6/child 4-12, children under 4 eat for free, $30/immediate family tickets. Tickets will be purchased at the door. Take-out is available. 804

 ANNUAL FLEA MARKET & CRAFT SALE The Trinity Anglican Church ACW will be sponsoring their  Annual Flea Market & Craft Sale at the Bloomfield Hall on th Saturday, November 6 from 9:00am-2:00pm. Canteen and lunch available. To book a table please call Betty Pickle at 485-2283. 836

CHRISTMAS TEA & BAZAAR  The Church of the Ascension ACW will be holding their annual Christmas Tea & Bazaar on Saturday, November 6th from 1:00-3:00pm at the Anglican Church Hall in Apohaqui. Cost for the Tea is $7/person. A food and craft table will be available. Everyone welcome. 854

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 ALWAYS GO TO THE PROS WHEN LOOKING FOR  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  Vehicles need regular maintenance. Vehicles require periodic repair. These are obviously two givens of automobile ownership but they lead directly to a third, which is that at some point you are going to have to find a service and repair facility to perform these tasks. Preferably in a courteous, prompt, professional and cost-effective manner that allows you to drive away confident the job has been done correctly and you’ve been treated fairly. The first thing to understand is that the people engaged in servicing and repairing automobiles are as honest as any other types of business operators in Canada today. And  like them they need to be profitable, so keeping you happy and making you a repeat customer is extremely impor tant. They are also aware that if you do run into an operation that abuses the faith you’ve placed in it, you have rights and there are mechanisms in place to help you seek redress. Taking the time to select a shop that will deliver on your expectations will give  you the peace of mind you want the next time you take your  vehicle in for service or repair,says Car Care Canada. The right time to start looking for a service facility isn’t just after you’ve coasted to the shoulder with steam billowing from under the hood. Do a little “shopping around” before you face an emergency situation that could force you into the first place available. Following the correct maintenance schedule outlined in your vehicle’s owner’s manual is a good way to start.  Taking your car, truck, van or SUV into a shop for a basic “oil change” type service allows you to get a feel for how it conducts its business. If you leave feeling good about how you were treated and the work performed, you’ll feel comfortable returning. If you don’t, you can look elsewhere. To start the process of finding a shop you have a number of options. The first one should definitely not be to look for a second rate operation that promises bargain prices. Any shop that is going to provide you with professional service and repair of any of today’s highly complex vehicles needs to have made a large investment in properly trained staff and up to date equipment.  And to ensure customer satisfaction it will use quality products and parts. It won’t stay in business long if it isn’t charging a fair price for the work performed. You can telephone a few shops selected at random to check out  local prices for basic services and current labor rates. Selecting a shop located near where you live or work will make the  logistics of getting your vehicle serviced easier, and local  business people always appreciate being supported by members of their community – a good start to building the rapport that goes hand-in-hand with any business relationship.

Come visit our showroom for all your detailing needs! Car soap and dressings Compounds, polishes & waxes Detailing accessories 344 Grandview Avenue Saint John, NB E2J 4N1 Office: 506.652.7268 Toll Free: 877.652.7268

F  A  L L C  A  R C  A  R * Based on internal ice braking test results versus Goodyear® Ultra Grip Ice 205/55R16 size.  All rights reserved. The “Michelin Man” is a registered trademark licensed by Michelin North America, Inc.

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Barton’s Auto  534 Hall Road Hampton 

 Now an Official Vehicle Inspection Station 

 Special prices on  dripless undercoating

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 Now is an important time to undercoat

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GET YOUR CAR READY FOR WINTER Time to check fluids Check antifreeze strength

Need a battery for the long winter? Need tires, belts, hoses or filters?

We offer nitrogen for your tires for a Food Bank donation! 54 Route 845 (Pickwauket Road)  AUTO SERVICES LTD.

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If you’re new to an area a good source of information is the Car Care Canada website - www.carcarecanada.ca - which, along  with plenty of other useful auto repair and service related information, offers a Find A Shop feature that lists more than 5,000 auto parts retailers, repair faciliti es, body shops and parts re-manufacturers. Finding a shop that specializes in your particular type of vehicle is always a plus. Or, you can seek recommendations from family members, friends and co workers. If they’ve established a good working relationship with a shop, chances are you will too. Letting the shop know you’ve  been referred by an existing customer is always a good idea. The final decision on where you get your ride fixed or ser viced should  be yours, however, which means you should meet those you’ll be dealing with face-to-face and conduct a personal inspection of the premises. A well run business will usually welcome you with a clean reception area/waiting room and attentive staff that deals with you promptly and courteously. Most shops will proudly display their business and employee licenses, accreditations and such things as service awards. If you can, meet the owner or manager, and ask about such things as how long the shop has been in business, how it calculates labor rates and what kind of warranty it offers on work performed. You can also ask about ongoing staff training and such things as whether the shop offers loaner vehicles or a customer shuttle service and if it road tests cars prior to return. A quick look into the actual working portion of the shop should reveal a clean, uncluttered area equipped with modern looking tools, equipment and diagnostic aids. If you can also meet and chat with the technician who will be working on your vehicle all the better, but if you’re dealing only with a ser vice writer, as you  will in larger shops, make sure he or she is willing to take the time to fully understand your needs. This is a job that requires patience and understanding of both vehicles and people and as this person is often your main point of contact, make sure you feel comfortable with him or her. Once you’ve selected a service provider and have become comfortable with its operation and level of service don’t be shy about letting them know you appreciate their effor ts and reward them with your loyalty, both of which will help build a stronger relationship. The fact that a recent Car Care Canada survey shows almost three-quarters of Canadian motorists have a regular automotive service provider to deal with their needs is proof that the vast majority of these operations are meeting the expectations of their customers.

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PRACTICE SAFE DRIVING ON RURAL ROADS such as tractors. Around lakes, one may come across geese or ducks.

Lions and tigers and bears ... oh my! It's probably a safe bet th at a driver navigating North America's rural roads will not experience lions and tigers, but bears, deer, livestock, and other animals certainly are a possibility.

* The road may not be paved. Some drivers take paved roads for granted. In rural areas, the roads may be made of gravel or dirt. Individuals who live in rural areas become accustomed to the  This calls for slower driving speeds to maintain traction and subtleties of driving rural roads. However, those who are safety.  visiting the countryside on vacations or road trips may be less * Expect minimal lighting. Driving at night in rural areas can be tuned-in to keep an eye for any animals with whom they might nerve-wracking for the inexperienced. Street lights are rare and  be sharing the road. may only appear at particularly dangerous curves or  According to research, there are twice as many accidents on intersections. It will likely be necessary to use high beams while driving to maintain proper visibility. Extra caution to avoid rural roads as there are in urban areas. animals should be exercised at night.  To be safe, keep these tips in mind: * Keep a map in the car. GPS systems have become the standard for most drivers -- many of which rely on them solely for navigation. However, in rural areas, mountains or trees may obscure the satellite signal that powers these systems. It's easy to become lost when the GPS fails. Having a paper map on hand can give drivers peace of mind. Also, that same impaired satellite service could affect mobile phone signals. This makes knowing where a driver is going even more important.

* Expect blind cur ves. In many cases, rural roads are built to be of minimal disturbance to the surrounding landscape. This could mean that roads bend and dip every which way. Pay attention to posted speed limits -- they're very accurate for the road conditions. * Be on animal watch. In suburban and u rban areas, the focus of driving leans toward watching for other drivers and pedestrians. However, in rural areas, focus should be placed on  watching out for animals. Certain times of the day, such as dawn and dusk, tend to be prime times for animals to be on the move, whether finding a new place to bed down or scout for food. A deer can total a car if hi t, and even low-flying birds can cause damage. When passing farms, be on the lookout for  livestock crossing the road and farmers driving equipment,

* Be careful of soft and unmarked shoulders. Rural roads may be  built on the side of mountains or ravines. Dirt on the side of the roads could be unstable. These roads also tend to be more narrow. Use caution when pulling to the shoulder or passing other cars.

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EVERY CARD’S  A WINNER! Prepare your vehicle for the demands of harsh winter driving with one of our Service Specials and you’ll receive a “Drive in and Win” contest card. Scratch the box and instantly win a prize. 12 foot tape measure In-Car USB Charger Scarf Tire Gauge Key Chain Multi-Head Screwdriver 

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 MINOR SPORT FUNDING - HAMPTON The “Help The Cops Help The Kids Benefit Trust Fund” was established to assist minor sport organizations and individuals within the Hampton RCMP Jurisdiction with furthering their sport to a local, provincial or national level. The Funding Application and Guidelines are available at  www.townofhampton.ca (under Residents - Community Sport and Recreation Organizations - Help The Cops Help The Kids). Applications will be received throughout the year  with disbursement(s) as required. For information contact Janice Bates, President 485-2497 or Brock Reid, Treasurer 832-7050. 129



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 All PACK programs are free. For more information about us please call 432 -261 0 or visit ou r website at  www.packsussex.org. Baby Signs - Parents and infants learn sign language together and it's also an excellent way in promoting secure attachment, language development and literary. Baby Signs does not hinder their speech. Our next six week course is th th th th rd th October 19 , 26 & November 9 , 16 , 23 & 30 from 10:30-11:30am at the PACK office. Please call to register for this free program! Music 'N' Me - Is a much loved music program where parent and child both get to sing, dance, play a variety of instruments, learn rhymes, hear stories and enjoy a small snack. Every Wednesday from 10:30-11:30am at the Norton  Village office/Fire Hall (no school = no music). Wednesday, th October 27  will be our Halloween Potluck Party. Come dressed up ready for fun! Healthy Babes - Is a mom and baby cooking class. PACK has partnered up with Sobeys and Public Health to offer this one of a kind cooking class. Come with your little one and learn how in just minutes a week you can make your own healthy, homemade baby food that your baby will love and your w allet  will too!! There are door prizes, give-aways, sample food and more. Registration is a must as space is limited. Please call the PACK office or Sobey's to register. Healthy Babes will take th place Monday, October 25 at 9:30am. Halloween Family Fun - Make sure to set aside Saturday, th th October 30 for from 10:00am-12:00noon for PACK's 7  Annual Halloween Fall Kick-Off. The morning will be filled  with spooky fun for all ages: decorating pumpkins, costume parade, make spooky snacks, witches brew, Overnight boarding for cats & dogs Halloween stories, play Newly Constructed facility games, make a craft, and Individual indoor & outdoor runs more. Make sure you come Large Fenced exercise/play area dressed up for this fun family Individual leashed walks event that takes place at the SPCA Kennel License #0043 Gateway Mall. Did we also mention there will be prizes 506-433-6974 and treats!! 211 Lakefield Rd, Secrets of Discipline - We Cassidy Lake  will be offering this "funshop" again in the near future, so [email protected] pre-register now, as www.CassidyLakeBoardingKennel.com Check us out on facebook! registration is a must!!! 506 26






You are invited to the

Make a difference by shopping fair th 90th Birthday trade - on Saturday, October 30  from 9:00am-5:00pm the Midland Baptist Open House Church will host a Ten Thousand for Rev. Murray F. Urquhart   Vill age s Festival Sal e. The sal e wil l on Oct 23, 2010, showcase a beautiful assortment of hand crafted musical instruments, from 2-4 pm pottery, jewellr y, baskets, toys, créches and textiles from at Belleisle Community Centre, more than 30 countries. Ten Thousand Villages is a non1648 Route 124, Springfield, NB. profit organization working with artisans in developing countries who would other wise be unemployed or underBest Wishes Only. employed. These artisans are paid a fair price for their product which is then re-sold in N orth America. The Ten Thousands Villages sales are designe d to provide vital fair income for the artisans, helping them with b asic needs as SUSSEX ART CLUB MEETING The members of the Sussex Art Club will be holding the  wel l as the means to pla n for their fut ure. You can take a break from your shoppin g to enjo y our October meeting at Saint Paul's Unitedth Church (4 Morrison “Sweet Life Café” which will feature fair trade coffee as  Ave., Sussex) on Tuesday, October 26  starting at 7:00pm. 821  wel l as sweets an d lunc h items made  with loca lly grown pro ducts. The fun continues in the evening (7:30) with a first ever (in Belleisle) meat It means you work smarter, auction. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, an not harder. It makes you the organization working with the poor person everybody looks up to. in over 30 locations worldwide. All meats donated by local/organic It’s why you do the job right, growers. We will also be c elebrating our commu nity [email protected] the first time. It means you coffee project (door prizes). Come lead by example and demand for the debut performance of new local band. Refreshments will be available. Come for the fun - come for the meat - come to help feed the hungr y of our world. The day’s events will be held at the Belleisle Community Centre (1648 only the best from those Rte 124 - from Hwy 1 exit North at Norton onto Rte 124 to Springfield). around you. It leaves you with  A sta ff of ded icated vol unt eers fro m more time for the important Springfield and community will be on hand to serve you. See you on th things in life. It’s what makes October 30 at 9:00am. For more information call 485-2585. 835 you who you are. And it’s why


you use a Honda snowblower. SERVICES IN CUMBERLAND BAY  The Cumberland Bay Pentecostal Church (229 Cumberland Bay Road North, off Highway #10 between Chipman & Sussex) will be holding ‘Old Fashioned Revival Services’ on nd Friday, October 22 & Saturday, rd October 23 starting at 7:00pm. The two nights will feature special music and speaker Rev. Neil Houle. Free will offering - all welcome. Refreshments will be served. 522

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SALE HOURS: FRI: 10-9 SAT: 10-5 SUN: 12-5 Hampton Herald – October 19, 2010




Community Classifieds

By Debbie Hickey 

BACK TO BASICS CRAFT SALE, Nov. 6, 9:00am - 1:00pm at Smithtown Holy Trinity Church Hall, #1342 Route 860.


Thanksgiving Day is behind us, but perhaps we can hang onto the idea of thankfulness just a little longer. Mike and I took the dog and our granddaughter for a stroll in the "back 40" on Thanksgiving Monday. The sun was shining, the leaves were at their best and the smell was delicious. We then went home and had the family over for supper. The end of a perfect weekend. As I got ready for work the next morning I reflected on the attitude of thankfulness. It is so easy to remember the one "pain the butt" thing that happened in the run of an otherwise great day and completely negate all the good stuff that also occurred. The wait in traffic, but not the fact that  your favourite song EVER was playing on the radio. The lawn mower breaking down, but not the smell of the air, the  warmth of the sun and the kids laughing while they played tag. So I thought I would share a few of the things I am thankful for. I am thankful for a great husband who, even though he delights in teasing and torturing me and is free with the insults, nevertheless loves me in spite of all those faults that he is happy to point out! I am thankful to have two daughters  who have grown to adulthood and are now my friends (an accomplishment those of you still raising teenagers may doubt will ever come). I am thankful for a granddaughter  who gleefully teases like her "grumpy" and generously dispenses hugs and kisses like her mother. I am thankful for my family being close (the furthest away is in Saint John), and for the continued good health of my Mum. I am thankful to be able to enjoy the seasons, the sun, the beauty of the snow and the pleasure of a warm fire on a snowy day. I am thankful to be able to watch the variety of birds that frequent the bird feeders on the back deck while I sit in front of that warm fire on a snowy day! I am thankful for the laughter and the joy that can be found in ever y day if we just look.  You have been given 86,400 seconds today and every day. Have you used one of them to be thankful? 801 Tenders are requested for the job of

Janitorial Services for the year 2011 at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #28, 1032 Main Street, Hampton, NB E5N 6E7. Are open for tender which must be submitted   by November 15, 2010.


8th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE Saturday Oct. 23, 2010, 9:00am - 4:00pm, Bloomfield Hall (through double bridges). Baking, tole painting, knitting, jewelry, candles, fruitcake and much more. CRAFT SALE OCT. 23, SENIORS RESOURCE CENTRE, DeMille Court, 9:00am - 2:00pm.  ARTISTIC CREATIONS, THE SALE WITH A DIFFERENCE, at Lighthouse River Centre, 1075 Main St., Hampton, Sat. Nov. 6, 9:30am - 5:00pm; Sun. Nov. 7, 12:00 - 4:00pm Featuring quality quilts, clothing, wood sculptures, knitting, jams, jellies, pickles, baking and seasonal greenery. Enjoy hot beverages and menu. Free admission. GULLY BEADS 7TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE! Sat. Nov. 6, 1:00pm - 4:00pm, 57 Bartlett Ave., Hampton. Unique jewelry and Partylite candles. www.gullybeads.com. FAIR TRADE GIFT SALE. Ten Thousand Villages, Belleisle Community Centre, 1648 Rte. 124 (exit north form hwy. 1 at Norton onto Rte. 124 to Springfield) Sat. Oct. 30, 9:00am - 5:00pm. Support fair trade, help end poverty! See Editorial. EMPLOYMENT

URBAN LANDSCAPING LTD. HAS A FULL TIME, year round position available for a mechanic to maintain its fleet of trucks and small equipment. The candidate must have work experience and be self motivated. Call 849-4124 between 8:00am and 5:00pm (MonFri) to request an interview, or send resume to Urban Landscaping Ltd., 65 Marr Road, Rothesay NB, E2E 3J9; [email protected];fax (506)847-9949. MOMS HELPING MOMS WORK from home. Free website, unlimited support, computer required. www.healthyhome4our2boys.com. BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Turn 5-10 hours/week into $1000.00+/month. Operate a mini office outlet from your computer, FREE evaluation. www.yourfreedomoffice.com. ENTERTAINMENT

MARIE SHORT CONCERT Friday, Oct. 29, 7:00pm, Norton Catholic Hall. A special "Men In Black" (Ralph Henderson/Denny James) concert, along with our regulars and guests Allison Inch and Matt Hayes. Admission $10.00 at the door. "C" COMPANY JAMBOREE, HILLSBOROUGH Kiwanis Center October 30, 7:30pm. "C" Company Band & Guests, Noel Nason & Cora Morrison, Ralph & Lynn Henderson, Fred Shaw, Bill Mullins, Claude Simpson . Tickets $10.00 @ the door. Also back at Norton Catholic Hall Nov. 27, 7:30pm with another great show. FIREWOOD SPRINGFIELD FIREWOOD

dry, seasoned, split firewood,

delivered. Call 485-2349. TIRED OF GETTING THE WRONG size wood? Fire wood cut to specification. Call Doug 763-3486 or 333-5843.

Lowest bid not necessarily accepted.

FIREWOOD FOR SALE, fresh cut. Call Ken Northrup, 832-4326, leave message.

For more information contact Paul Morrison 832-4156


Hampton Herald – October 19, 2010



Community Classifieds FIREWOOD CUT, SPLIT, DELIVERED. Custom lengths available, $230+ per cord depending on delivery area, Good cords guaranteed 763-2560. DRY FIREWOOD, MAPLE AND YELLOW BIRCH, prompt delivery. 832-5416 or 6518693. FOR RENT

 APARTMENT FOR RENT - heated, stove, fridge. Call 832-5554 or 832-3151. COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR LEASE, 380 sqft., 1031 Main Street, Hampton. Lower level, ample parking, signage space available, will be fitted to suit tenant. Utilities included, ideal for office, physiotherapy, esthetician, hair salon or barber shop. Contact: Wayne Law, 6531957. BEAUTIFUL, SPACIOUS 2 BDRM APT. 7 minute walk from Gondola Pt. ferry, $750.00, heat & lights included. Available now. 832-7179.

LOST, ONE LARGE SET OF KEYS IN HAMPTON AREA, last week of Sept. Reward offered. Call after 6:00pm, 832-9002.  NOTICES

 WE, JOS EPH KANE & SPO USE OF KINGSTON, NB, heirs and successors to a Loyalist Grant 1783 by King George III, Charter issued by Queen Victoria year 1859 registered in Fredericton, NB as no. 9098 and a grant of land issued by the Court of Chancery year 1871 registered as Grant no. 11, surveyed and laid out by 4 surveyors appointed by the Court, PID No. 0159566 have had our Riparian Rights violated and exploited.

BRIAN'S MAINTENANCE & HOME REPAIR Carpentry, kitchens, bath, painting, ceramic tile, electrical etc. Over 20 years experience. Free estimates. Call Brian 8392296. FREE PICK UP of junk cars,

trucks, tractors and farm equipment. Small fee for appliances and small scrap. 763-2933 or 333-9067. HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY. Residential, commercial, recreational, restyling and customization. Trust your furniture to the professionals. The most training and experience in the Kennebecasis. Serving you for 30 years. Offering project classes. 8498008.

SUSSEX CROKINOLE CLUB WILL RESUME  WE CARE FOOT CARE CLINICS AT the Fall and Winter season at the Masonic GUARDIAN DRUGS in Hampton. Last Hall on Wednesdays at 2:00pm, 482 Main St. Tuesday each month, 9:00am - 4:15pm. First Sussex. New players always welcome. clinic Oct. 26. Call Pharmacy to book appointment, 832-2440. REAL ESTATE


HOUSE FOR SALE, SITUATED ON 11.8 lessons with a certified teacher for students BACHELOR APT., HEAT, LIGHTS, GARAGE  ACRES, very private with many mature in kindergarten to grade 10. Tuesday and PRIVILEGES, 3 appliances included. trees, large circular driveway. The property Thursday afternoon. For more information $550.00, available immediately. 832-1800. is zoned commercial, serviced with town o r t o r e g i s t e r , p l e a s e v i s i t  WATERFRONT CHALET, $525 neg. No dogs,  water and sewerage. the house includes,  www.hamptontutorial.ca. non-smokers, 1km from Gondola Pt. large granny apt. with own kitchen and DAVE'S LIGHT TRUCKING & CLEANING ferry/Kingston, 2 adults/one grade school access, 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms & SERVICE, junk, garbage, construction, powder room, large family room 33'x25', child. Call 763-3205. 20'x40' in ground pool, large deck. Call 832- demolition, brush, decks, small moving  jobs. 7 days a week. Also picking up ONE BEDROOM 2ND FLOOR APT., stove, 5703. unwanted vehicles. 832-3982 or 653-0026. fridge and heat included. Quiet building, RECYCLING BIN ample parking, security deposit and BUYING JUNK CARS, trucks, travel trailer, references required. $450/mo. 832-3293. 4'X6' POOL TABLE TO GIVE AWAY, very motor homes, farm machinery. I pay you cash. Call 721-4255. FOR SALE good condition. Must pick up. 485-5805. RITE WAY CLEANERS is looking for more GRAVEL FOR SALE, GOV'T INSPECTED. SERVICES OFFERED clients in the Hampton and surrounding Call 839-2936. areas. Services offered: general house USED APPLIANCES, EXTERIOR/INTERIOR FOR SCRAP - Cash for cars, trucks, bikes, cleaning, decluttering, organizing etc., also DOORS, tires (most sizes), cast iron tub snowmobiles, 4 wheelers. ride-on mowers, accepting commercial clients. Free  with legs and taps, new sky light, used copper, brass, catalytic converters, batteries estimates. 832-3894.  windows, set of brown commercial glass and more. 653-0026. exterior doors and household items. 218 SHRINK WRAP BOATS, YACHTS, CARS, MARITIME RIGGING & INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS and freight. Call for free Main St. Norton. PRODUCTS: Traction chains, winches, estimate, 693-4187. LOST/FOUND hoists, rope, netting, tarps, shelters. Wire  WANTED FOUND 2 SETS OF KEYS and one single car rope, web & chain assemblies for lifting, towing & securing loads. Health, safety, key in Kent Building Supplies, Sussex.  WANTED  SNOWBLOWERS AND LAWN  janitorial, welding & hydraulic products. Inquire at Customer Service Desk. TRACTORS, in need of repair. 832-4905. Truck caps & accessories. Hampton 832FOUND - PAIR OF LADIES GLASSES. Black 1198 Mon-Sat anytime.  YARD/GARAGE SALES on outside of frames, purple on inside. Found on Main St, past Kredl's, toward TIME TO WINTERIZE ALL MAKES AND 116 GANONG ROAD, ERB'S COVE, Sat. Bloomfield. Please call Ossekeag Publishing MODELS of boats, engines and outboards. Oct. 23, 10:00am - 4:00pm. Garden at 832-5613. cultivators, garden tools, household items. Call for free estimate, 693-4187. CALL OSSEKEAG PUBLISHING TO BOOK YOUR COMMUNITY CLASSIFIED!

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BOOKS Soft-cover prices starting @ $.10 Hard-cover prices starting @ $.25

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Call Ossekeag Publishing to book your space!

Portable Sawmilling  Fall & Winter  Dave White 832-4387







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COOKE’S HEATING SERVICE  Division of Cooke Fuels

 We are WETT (Wood Energy Technology Training) Certified! Furnace repair/cleaning, sales/installation of oil & wood furnaces & stoves, tanks (steel & fiberglass), chimneys & liners, duct cleaning now available

Free Estimates. Financing Available 832-1124

Serving Hampton & Surrounding Areas

654-3322 *Boosting

*Airport Service *Deliveries

Pre-arranged appointments Don’t get nabbed - take a cab!



Specializing in Tree Planting & Establishment, Removals, Pruning & Maintenance of  Young and Mature Trees Fully Insured, Call Paul Danaher, TREE CARE

Forest Technician @

643-8600 or 485-8863




Compact Excavating 

FIT RITE Plumbing & Heating Supplies

 Ventilation and Heat Pumps

Phone 433-1134 Fax 433-5906

Ph: 832-4508 Cell: 333-0120

Ditching Drain Tile Fully Culverts Landscaping Insured Tree & Stump Removal Easy Access to backyards  with minimal property damage

Jeff Doherty 650-0186


Installation and Service Duct Work and Fittings Certified Venmar Dealer 

Patterson’s Heating Ltd.

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