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Development ALL GIRLS WELCOME
 
Valley Wild is happy to offer development ice for girls, we recognize the need for more ice but are also conscious of the fact it's not cheap or easy to secure ice. On Fridays, 4-5:00 in the Kentville Centennial Arena, we will be offering ice to girls in the Valley for $10.00 per session. 

The goal is to get as many girls as we can on the ice, working on skills they don't have time for during practice, at home or away from the rink. Valley Wild will be offering on ice help however we encourage parents of our girls to join us and help the girls.

We realize this time will not work for everyone, we feel starting with this time might help us offer the same opportunity in other rinks. 

We hope to see girls, Novice to Midget, we hope to see older girls helping younger girls but most importantly we hope to see many girls using the ice.

Open Arms Kentville: Emergency Shelter Update :
 
Emergency shelter has been occupied every night with 2-5 guests (male and female) ranging from 16-67yrs. These guests have each been offered two meals along with having a safe warm place to sleep followed by a variety of peer supports. Beyond connecting guests with various professional services, we have been able to help two guests secure permanent housing over the place two weeks. 
One current guest is served by a DCS worker out of Halifax who was aghast that we were not set up to receive a per diem for hosting her client. This "payment" would be assumed for the individual were they in Halifax. Minister Regan said our modest funding request would be discussed, but we have still received no word. 
Volunteers are needed! If you are able to volunteer once every two to four weeks, please let us know...come see us at Open Arms or e-mail Cyndisouthall@openarms.ca

Avon Valley
Share the Warmth Drive
Share the warmth with people in need in our community by donating your gently  used  warm  winter  wear  for  any  genders  &  ages. Now accepting donations of warm socks, boots, jackets, snow pants, hats, mittens,  scarfs  and  blankets until  December  8th. Donation  drop  off locations  are  at:  Victory  Credit  Union,  Wentworth  Road  Windsor  & Brooklyn,  Windsor  Elementary,  Falmouth  District  School,  Windsor Forks  District School,  Three  Miles  Plains  School,  Brooklyn  District School, Dr. Arthur Hines School & West Hants Middle School as well as  New  Boundaries  (please  note  to  specifically  LABEL  your  donation “Avon Valley Share the Warmth Drive” as New Boundaries takes other donations). Please  see  Event  page  set  up  on  Facebook  for  further information.  Pick up is also available.  Please contact Angela Ross for more information at 902-791-0744 or angelaross1hotmail.com.
Are you or someone you know in need of warm outer wear this winter? 
Stop  by  The  Windsor  Community  Centre  from  9am-4pm  on  Sunday December 10thand let us help keep you warm at no cost to you.  Can’t make it?  Contact Angela Ross for other arrangements.
 


Toonie Draw Results , Middleton Rotary Club's Goldmine

 Dec 11th:  The number drawn today was #2505 and it WAS PLAYED . The winner takes home a pot worth $4205.00 . Next week’s pot estimated to be worth $2000.00

http://www.rotaryclubofmiddleton.com/ 


KINGS COUNTY AND WINDSOR ADULT HIGH SCHOOLS

High School Credits for Adults 

Leave high school before finishing?

Already graduated?  Need additional credits?

No tuition costs, No school fees

Semesters start September and February

Classes 8:40 a.m. – 2:30p.m. - Monday to Friday

Call for an appointment today!

Kings County Adult High School (902) 681-4930/680-6521/681-4921

Windsor Adult High School 792-6750 Ext 4

 

 


ANNAPOLIS VALLEY REGIONAL LIBRARY BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE - FALL 2017       

Tuesday  - 5 December 2017

         Brooklyn Hants Co             -  11:00 - 12:00 noon
           Summerville                   -   1:30 -  4:30 pm

        Wednesday - 6 December 2017

           Springfield                   -  11:15 -  12:15 pm
         East Dalhousie                -   1:30 -   2:30 pm

              Wednesday - 13 December 2017

          Maitland Bridge                 -  10:15 -  11:15 am
          Cornwallis Park                 -   1:00 -   2:00 pm
        Bear River                      -   2:30 -   5:00 pm

Thursday  - 14 December 2017

    Melvern Square                 -  10:45 -  12:15 pm     
         Torbrook Mines                 -   1:30 -   3:00 pm    
       Nictaux                        -   3:15 -   4:00 pm

         Tuesday   - 19 December 2017

    Black River                   -  10:45 - 12:00 noon     
     Baxter's Harbour              -   1:30 -  2:30 pm
   Centreville                   -   3:00 -  4:00 pm
  Coldbrook (Plaza)             -   4:30 -  6:00 pm
 


Chase the Ace will continue every Saturday thereafter, weather permitting at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 098 in Kingston, Nova Scotia
 
Tickets are 3 for $ 5.00 and go on sale from 1PM until 3 PM Draw will take place by 3:30 PM. Must be 19 years of age to play. PUBLIC WELCOME

Wednesdays- Windsor Legion Eastlink TV Bingo, 6-7 pm Play at home or in the lounge on the big screen TV. Cookie jar, jackpot prizes etc Regular games $100-$300 Bingo books available at the bar Info 902-798-0888

Fridays- Chase the Ace at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch 009 Tickets and information are available during the week at the bar. Cut off for ticket purchase is 8:30 pm each, with the draw at approximately 8:45. Attendance is not required for the winner. Info 902-798-0888

Bingo every Sunday at the Windsor Legion Branch 009. Mini Bingo at 7:30 pm, regular games start at 7:45. All regular games $150.00. Cookie jar, hot balls, Bonanza etc. amounts to be determined. Info 902-798-0888

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