Dun­gan­non and St. He­len’s news

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Menno Mi l l e r has 22 horses, a num­ber of pigs and five tur­keys. Lots of chores to be done ev­ery­day.

The Mait­land and Nine Mile Rivers are now closed to trout and salmon fish­ing. They will re-open the fourth Satur­day in April.

Chri s t m a s and New Year’s are over for an­other year. Joan took down all our out­side lights on Dec. 30. Shortly af­ter I no­ticed that many of our neigh­bours were also shut­ting theirs off. There is still no news of the win­ner of the Dun­gan­non Christ­mas lights con­test. The Auburn Lions Club give prizes of $ 50 for first place, $ 30 for sec­ond and $ 20 for third, so I have been told. Dun­gan­non gives one $50.

I no­ticed Jake and Brett Al­ton are out play­ing street hockey in their laneway. Very cold and windy to­day.

We haven’t had much snow for the last month so our snow re­moval man, Ralph Nivens, has had a real hol­i­day.

It would be nice if we had a restau­rant and gen­eral store in the vil­lage. When we had the restau­rant, for 2 and 1/2 years Iwent al­most ev­ery morn­ing for break­fast and to visit with the neigh­bours. A store would be great so we wouldn’t have to go to town for ev­ery­thing. Sure do miss Daw­son’s.

The weather re­port sys we are in for some rain on the 10th and 11th. Not good for the snow­mo­bile trails.

Got any news? Call Joan or Shag at 529-7734.

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