Monthly Archives: January 2010

Miramichi Cares for Haiti

Miramichi Cares For Haiti A 12 hour Musical Marathon Saturday, February 27th, 12 noon to midnight Beaverbrook Kin Centre All proceeds to ORA International (Orphans & Refugees Aid, & Haiti feeding program) Musical Program Coordinated by Susan Butler and featuring music of all ages. Volunteers needed, sandwiches, sweets etc. Call Brenda Burns at Dr. Hudson’s… Continue Reading

Bouctouche lends a helping hand to Haiti

Le Pays de la Sagouine, in collaboration with the Town of Bouctouche and the Bouctouche Rotary Club, is organizing a spaghetti supper to help Haiti on Sunday January 31st, from 4 pm to 7 pm, at L’Ordre du Bon Temps restaurant at Le Pays de la Sagouine in Bouctouche. “The idea came from employees that… Continue Reading

Twelfth Day of Christmas

10 Things that Made 2009 a Mighty Good Year! At Bread ‘n Molasses we believe in focusing on the positive and expressing gratitude. As we close this year’s 12 Days of Christmas special event and begin a brand new year with the magazine, here’s Editor, Kellie Underhill’s list of 10 things that made 2009 one… Continue Reading

Eleventh Day of Christmas

Golden Christmas Memories Christmas lights sparkle like stars, Reflected in his beautiful blue eyes, In wonder he gazes at the spectacle He helped Grammy and Grampy create. His personal touch gives the tree A somewhat lopsided effect, For clusters of ornaments hang In his favourite spot – one branch Near the bottom, on the left… Continue Reading

Tenth Day of Christmas

Our Christmas Star By Joan Cripps Two year old Nadine is no longer with us. She celebrates Christmas with baby Jesus, but every year she has a special part in our Christmas celebrations. I can’t remember exactly when the tradition began in our family; however, every Christmas we have a “Tree Trimming” party at the… Continue Reading

Ninth Day of Christmas

Christmas Lights, all colours, tinsel of gold Garlands, each pole and post adorn At most every twist and turn Folk all scurrying to and from Friends and neighbours, down the way Shout Merry Christmas! Hear that cry! Deep from the peoples heart and soul The wish that’s echoed far and nigh The spirit of yuletide… Continue Reading

Eighth Day of Christmas

On Christmas Eve by Paul Bryan I can recall every year in the fall when the wind carried yellow leaves along the road leaving our trees beside the house bare, my grandfather, Poppa, would hitch up Bessy to the wagon and head down to the sawmill. It was located out by the river where three… Continue Reading