Valley Journal Advertiser - - COMMUNITY - Pat Martin Mar­jorie Tay­lor Con­tact Mar­jorie Tay­lor at ar­les@ ns.sym­pa­ or 902-678-1037 with Cen­tre­ville news.

The Scott’s Bay Com­mu­nity Hall As­so­ci­a­tion will host a com­mu­nity break­fast Nov.18, 8-10 a.m. Scram­bled eggs, sausages, pan­cakes, toast and cof­fee, tea or juice for $6 for adults, $3 for chil­dren 12 and un­der. 902-582-7489.

The 19th an­nual fam­ily craft show will be held at 10292 Hwy 221 in Habi­tant Nov. 18 and 25, 9:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m., Nov. 19 and 26, 1-4 p.m. Baked goods, jams, jel­lies, pick­les, house­hold crafts, knits, and more. Ev­ery­one wel­come. For more, call Muriel at 902-582-3870.

A spaghetti sup­per and silent auc­tion will be held at the Can­ning Lions Hall Nov. 19, 4-7 p.m. Spaghetti, salad, bread, drink and dessert in sup­port of NKEC Ti­tans foot­ball team. Tick­ets $10. 902-670-4129.

The North­east Kings Ed­u­ca­tion Cen­tre an­nual hol­i­day craft show will be held Nov. 25, 9-3 p.m. with over 60 ven­dors. $2 ad­mis­sion, with pro­ceeds to the mu­sic de­part­ment. Call 902-678-5505 to book a ta­ble.

The Can­ning and area Christ­mas ham­per in­ter­view ap­plica- tions for the Can­ning, Cen­tre­ville and Halls Har­bour ar­eas will be held Nov 28, 7-9 p.m. at the Can­ning Bap­tist Church; Nov. 30, 7-9 p.m. Cen­tre­ville Bap­tist Church; and Nov. 30, 1-3 p.m. at the Can­ning Bap­tist Church only. In­ter­views will be done by the Can­ning and Area In­ter Church Coun­cil.

The Can­ning le­gion will hold a turkey sup­per with all the trim­mings Nov. 29, 4:30-6 p.m. $12 per plate, take outs avail­able. 902582-7246 af­ter 4 p.m. daily.

Ross Creek Cen­tre is of­fer­ing PD day camps, ages 5-12, Nov. 10 and 30, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. There will also be a com­mu­nity arts day Nov. 26, 1-4 p.m. that will ex­plore Ja­panese Cul­ture, fea­ture a va­ri­ety of art ac­tiv­i­ties and treats for all ages. Par­tic­i­pants can try wood block-in­spired print­mak­ing, Sumi-e books, colour­ful ki­monos and much more, all while sam­pling some tra­di­tional street food fare. Free ad­mis­sion. 902-582-3842.

A big thank you for your sup­port for the 2017 Fuel Sup­per - it was a suc­cess and ran very smoothly due to Cen­tre­ville Good Neigh­bour Club or­ga­ni­za­tion and the much-needed help from our neigh­bours with peel­ing and cook­ing, park­ing di­rec­tors and clean up to name just a few of the many jobs that go into a suc­cess sup­per.

As I made phone calls ask­ing for do­na­tions, I heard, “Yes, yes, I’ll do that, I al­ways do,” but I hear some res­i­dences were asked, “What’s a fuel sup­per?”

Su­san Wood tells me the first sup­per was planned at a club meet­ing at Doris Fo­ley’s home on Oct. 19, 1972 to raise funds to buy fuel for the Cen­tre­ville Hall, hence the name “Fuel Sup­per.” Char­lotte Legge re­ported the first sup­per was on Nov. 8, 1972. Pauline Har­ris missed work­ing at the sup­per for the first time this year; that is a won­der­ful ex­am­ple of com­mu­nity spirit. This sup­port for the last 45 years by both club and com­mu­nity mem­bers has made pos­si­ble so much here in Cen­tre­ville. I won­der how many more have a sim­i­lar sur­pris­ing record, when we stop to count?

The CDCDA has been busy hav­ing the Cen­tre­ville signs re­paired.

Watch the speed limit signs in Cen­tre­ville - there are new speed limit signs and new speed zones of 50.

On Nov. 5, The Har­vest Con­cert was hosted by the Cen­tre­ville Bap­tist Church the pro­ceeds went to the Can­ning and Area In­ter-Church Coun­cil Emer­gency Fund. Per­for­mances were given by twelve groups: St. John Angli­can, the Pereaux, Ar­ling­ton, the Cen­tre­ville, Bill­town, Halls Har­bour and First Corn­wal­lis Bap­tists churches, the St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Union Church of Scotts Bay and the Ca­nard Com­mu­nity Church groups. They each had their own style and swept the au­di­ence up with their mu­si­cal con­tri­bu­tions.

Sweat Eq­uity is be­ing done by some very ded­i­cated park as­so­ci­a­tion mem­bers as they clear away the cut brushes in the new park­ing area dur­ing the last two weeks. There were dump­sters at the park and I saw Mar­garet, Suzanne, Ge­orge and oth­ers work­ing hard to fill them, but this week­end the bins were not avail­able, so the brush was gath­ered to burn at a fu­ture date. The tree stumps will be re­moved next.

The next meet­ing of the Cen­tre­ville District Park As­so­ci­a­tion will be Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cen­tre­ville Hall. With sup­port, the much needed 2018 project will start at the park: a 75-foot BMX Bi­cy­cle Horse­shoe Track, with three- and four-foot mounds. This project will pro­vide a safer area for the rid­ers, in­stead in ditches near traf­fic. There is much to do. Please con­tact Ge­orge Graves, if you can help.


Or­ga­nizer Del Filip­pone of Ber­wick was on hand sell­ing “Del’s Daz­zling Cre­ations”, in­clud­ing hand­crafted jewelry and “messy bun” hats.

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