Annapolis Valley Register - - COMMUNITY - Bev Richard­son Ber­wick

At dusk on Nov. 11 you may hear the ring­ing of church bells. This is in re­mem­brance of those who fought in the First World War. When the war was over, peo­ple just au­to­mat­i­cally started ring­ing church bells in their ex- treme joy that the fight­ing was over. Now, 100 years later, we want to salute those who served to give us our free­dom – lest we for­get.


Wayne and Lynn San­ford spent some time re­cently in the Toronto area. They vis­ited with Lynn’s sis­ter, Joan, and hus­band John Kuroptwa. They spent three or four days at the Kuroptwa cot­tage, at­tended a Toronto Arg­onauts foot­ball game, a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game and also vis­ited the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Wayne and Lynn also vis­ited with her nephew Bryan Kuroptwa and fam­ily.

Mean­while, Billy Rus­sell, of Aurora, Ont. re­cently vis­ited with Shirley Rogers.


Oct. 30 card party re­sults from the South Ber­wick Com­mu­nity Cen­tre: first, Flora Reeves; sec­ond, Larry Cold­well; third, Sharon Kil­cup; fourth, Shirley Rogers; 50/50, Ge­orge Smith and the door prize went to Robert Stevens.

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