A sign of sum­mer, Sand­piper Res­tau­rant reopens

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - COMMUNITY - Mary Pat­ter­son

Noted the pass­ing of Cath­leen O’Con­nor, Hal­i­fax, on March 31. Sym­pa­thy to her brother, Bob O’Con­nell, Pug­wash Point, and all fam­ily mem­bers. Con­do­lences also to An­thony Har­vey, Becky and chil­dren, Port Howe, on the pass­ing of his fa­ther, Doug Har­vey, St. John’s, NL, on April 17.

It’s nice to see that the Sand­piper Res­tau­rant in Port Philip opened again on April 19. We are very for­tu­nate to have so many great din­ing places to choose from, es­pe­cially when all are open in the sum­mer time.

Speak­ing of which, Shirley White and Faye Moore, Conns Mills, en­joyed lunch at the Sand­piper on Thurs­day. On Satur­day, Leona and Mike Sachs, Hal­i­fax, along with Ella Lock­hart, Westch­ester, and her friend, Maria, Truro, vis­ited with Shirley, and all en­joyed din­ner at the Sand­piper; and on Sun­day Barry and Ron­alda White, Shirley and Rev. Meg­gin King en­joyed lunch at the Sand­piper.

Birth­day wishes go out this week to Dar­ren Gray, Truro; Sue Dar­ragh, Pug­wash Point; Alvin El­liott, Ce­cil McIvor, Noah Pol­lard, Jean McKen­zie, and Claire McKim, Pug­wash; and Greg Nix, Plea­sure Cove.

I ac­com­pa­nied Peggy Wentzell to Amherst on Thurs­day, where we kept some ap­point­ments and shopped. We both had to go to the mo­tor ce­hi­cle of­fice. We thought mid-morn­ing would be a good time — not so. The place was packed. Went back later in the af­ter­noon and only two oth­ers ahead of us.

Last week’s Co-Op Toonie draw win­ner was Shirley Dixon; this week’s win­ner was Va­lerie Brown. Beatrice Mills was the win­ner of the Pug­wash Fire­men’s 50/50 draw on Wed­nes­day and Patti Fer­di­nand was the con­so­la­tion win­ner of Chase the Ace draw held at the Royal Cana­dian Le­gion, Peace Branch Num­ber 60, Pug­wash, on Satur­day. Congratulations, ladies!

Shirley Fortier, Riverview, Paul Fa­hey, Port Howe, and Peggy Wentzell, Pug­wash, were call­ers with Mary Doyle this week.

Folks, watch for posters about the up­com­ing Fash­ion Show at the Curl­ing Club on May 10, with pro­ceeds for Cal­vary United Church, Port Howe. They are sell­ing tick­ets in ad­vance so they will know how many to pre­pare re­fresh­ments for. Tick­ets are $12 each. I have some tick­ets, if any­one is in­ter­ested.

Call­ers with me this week in­clude Diane Reid, Gulf Shore; Stephen Rus­sell, Wal­lace Bridge; Roberta Angevine, Foun­tain Road; Ger­ald Halver­son, West Pug­wash; Janet Gul­lens and Peggy Wentzell, Pug­wash; Kate Wil­son and Bruce Gul­lon, Wal­lace; Denise, Dana and Kevin had sup­per with me on Tues­day.

Hope you all re­mem­ber to get your in­come tax done by the end of this month.

Please keep all our sick and shut-in neigh­bours and friends in your thoughts and prayers this week.

Thought for the week: “What you do makes a dif­fer­ence, and you have to de­cide what kind of dif­fer­ence you want to make.” Jane Goodall

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