Monthly Archives: August 2005

Time Running Out, Have You Got Your Tickets?

Time Running Out, Have You Got Your Tickets? The Rotary Club of Chatham with Hummer Less than 30 days remain to purchase your ticket to win a Limited Edition 2005 Hummer H2 SUT and cash prizes totalling $19,000 ($10,000, $5,000, $2500, $1000, and $500). The draw will be done in reverse order $500 to $10,000.… Continue Reading


Sighting? by Gisele McClafferty Gisele McClafferty I’d like to share a little event that occurred at the Miramichi Exhibition this year. I set up a booth, right in the barn. At first I was thinking this was no good for me, though it is good for animals, and the birth of someone quite special and… Continue Reading

What Defines Alone?

What Defines Alone? by Jeannine Watson People have many definitions of alone. I feel alone because I’m away from home. We have to remember what may feel lonely today, may not be tomorrow. Close your eyes and relax. Alone is a feeling within, a feeling where everything seems hopeless. I feel alone. I’ve lost a loved… Continue Reading

Rotary Fundraiser Ends Soon

Rotary Fundraiser Ends Soon Odds of winning a prize in the Rotary Club of Chatham’s “Hum-Dinger of a Project” fundraising event are excellent — one in 420. But time is running out to purchase tickets to win a Limited Edition 2005 Hummer H2 SUT and cash prizes totalling $19,000. Labour Day is the deadline. The… Continue Reading

From Acorns to Trees

From Acorns to Trees by Ridgely Goldsborough “What are you doing with that acorn?” Jimmy Squirrel said to his best friend, Tom. “It’s the perfect size,” Tom replied. “I’m going to drop it in the big field.” “What for?” Jimmy queried. “`Cause a huge oak is just a nut that held its ground,” Tom smiled… Continue Reading

What is Health?

What is Health? by Dr. Jason Plotsky Do healthy people develop cancer? Do healthy people suffer strokes? Those conditions can take months, years or even decades of body malfunction (disease) to develop. Are people really healthy the day before their cancer is diagnosed or their strokes occur? Of course not! When a traditional M.D. declares you… Continue Reading

A Legend for Grand Falls

A Legend for Grand Falls Story from the book Grand Falls Yesterday by the late Margaret Marceau, Historian, in collaboration with Pat McCooey, President of the Grand Falls Museum. Submitted by Jeannine Watson, Museum Secretary. Van Morrell Crossing the Falls on Tightrope (Aug 12, 1904.) A thirty-six year old native from Maine, Evangelist Van Joseph… Continue Reading

Sing Us a Song, You’re the Piano Man

Sing Us a Song, You’re the Piano Man by Andrea Rennick When we first moved up here to housesit, we eventually lugged our piano up and stored it in a friend’s house. Long story full of extra details cut way short: it sat there for three years. Finally, we arranged to get it delivered to… Continue Reading

Creative Writing Workshop in Miramichi

Creative Writing Workshop in Miramichi Bread ‘n Molasses Editor, Kellie Underhill, will lead a creative writing workshop at the South West Miramichi Access Centre in Blackville, NB, on Thursday, September 8th. “We are honoured to have Kellie, with her expertise in creative writing, conduct a public workshop at our centre,” said Mary McCormack, Centre Manager.… Continue Reading

Bread ‘n Molasses Wants You

Bread ‘n Molasses Wants You That’s right! We want you. Bread ‘n Molasses is looking for new and interesting content to inform and entertain our readers and we think you can help. Non-fiction or fiction, prose or poetry, artwork or graphic design, photograph or film, spoken word or music recording — if we can put… Continue Reading