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the Aurora | 14 Wing Greenwood, NS Page 3 September 10, 2018 September 10, 2018 Page 2 the Aurora | 14 Wing Greenwood, NS Circulation | Circulation : 4,500 Mondays | Lundis Agreement No. | Numro de contrat : 462268 Fax: 902-765-1717 Website | Site Web : www.auroranewspaper.com The Aurora, PO Box 99, Greenwood NS B0P 1N0LÂ’Aurora, C.P. 99, Greenwood (N.-.) B0P 1N0 Location | Emplacement : 61 School Road, Morfee Annex 61 School Road, Annexe MorfeeMail subscriptions: annual $90 plus tax, weekly $1.85 plus tax. Abonnements par correspondance: 90$ par anne plus taxes 1,85$ par semaine plus taxes.The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit, condense or reject copy or advertising to suit the aims of a service newspaper as speci ed in the Interim Canadian Forces Newspapers Policy and/or by the Editorial Board. Opinions and advertisements appearing in The Aurora Newspaper are those of the individual contributor or advertiser and do not necessarily re ect the opinions of 14 Wing, Greenwood or the printers. Published each Monday by 14 Wing under the authority of Colonel Mike Adamson, Wing Commander.Le comit de rdaction se rserve le droit de rviser, de condenser ou de rejeter tout article ou message publicitaire a n de satisfaire aux exigences relatives aux journaux militaires gurant dans la Politique temporaire des journaux des Forces canadiennes. Les opinions exprimes dans ce journal sont celles des collaborateurs et ne re tent pas ncessairement les points de vue des Forces armes canadiennes ou de la 14e Escadre. Publi chaque lundi par la 14e Escadre sous les auspices du Colonel Mike Adamson, commandant de lÂ’Escadre.Useful links | Liens utilesRoyal Canadian Air Force website Site Web de lÂ’Aviation royale canadienne www.rcaf-arc.forces.gc.ca CAF Connection Site Site du portail communautaire des Forces canadiennes www.cafconnection.ca 14 Wing Greenwood Site Site de la 14e Escadre Greenwood www.airforce.forces.gc.ca/en/14-wing/index.page National Defence and the Canadian Forces Dfense nationale et Forces canadiennes www.forces.gc.ca Combat Camera | Camra de combat www.combatcamera.forces.gc.ca Recruiting | Recrutement www.forces.ca Military Family Resource Centre Centre des ressources pour les familles des militaires www.cafconnection.ca VPI | VPI www.vpinternational.caManaging Editor | Directrice de rdaction Sara White Â• 902-765-1494 local/poste 5441 email@example.com Advertising Contractor | Publicit entrepreneur Christianne Robichaud Â• 902-765-1494 local/poste 5833 firstname.lastname@example.org Graphic Designer | Graphiste Brian Graves Â• 902-765-1494 local/poste 5699 email@example.com Administrative Clerk | Commis lÂ’administrationBev Richardson Â• 902-765-1494 local/poste 5440 firstname.lastname@example.org Editorial Advisor | Conseiller la rdaction Captain John Pulchny Â• 902-765-1494 local/poste 5101 email@example.comThe Aurora News A program of CFMWS Un programme des SBMFCCFNA AJFCCanadian Forces Newspaper Association Association des journaux des Forces canadiennes Aurora the Discover DrivingCertified Driving InstructionDriver Education Â• Defensive Driving SeniorsÂ’ Safety Â• Private LessonsAsk about special discounts Â• Call or email for detailsStarting in Greenwood on September 22DRIVER EDUCATION CLASSESe-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Â• Serving the Annapolis ValleyVisit our web page for more information Â• www.discoverdriving.com(902) 665-2831 Accepting students 15 1/2 years and older MimieÂ’s PIZZA683 Central Ave., Greenwood902-765-6888 902-765-2232 find & win Entry deadline: Noon, September 13, 2018 Full name Phone number Three easy ways to enter.1. 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Schumacher, CD (Also of the Alberta Bar)Counsel: Clare H. Durland, Q.C. (Non-Practising)Phone (902) 825-3415 Â• Fax (902) 825-2522 820 Main Street, Kingston Â• 902-765-2555Â• Any credit is acceptedÂ• No hassle same day approvalÂ• Apply for nancing on our websiteYOUR LOCAL USED CAR DEALERLICENSED MECHANIC AV AILABLE ON SITE RALPH FREEMAN MOTORS LTD.FINANCING Â• FINANCING Â• FINANCINGwww.freemansautosales.com Mrs. Clean TeamResidential & Commercial Cleaning Services Weekly/ Monthly/ Move in & out Cleaning Refer 5 people get 1, 3-hour cleaning FREERose Hurlburt For quote call email@example.com Au r o r a the Call 902-765-1494 local 5833 for infoservices & trades ~ Obituary ~JERROTT (MacDougall), Helen Theresa Â“SamÂ”Greenwood, NSHelen Â“SamÂ” Theresa Jerrott (MacDougall) ~ January 3, 1936Sept 1st, 2018 of Greenwood, NS passed away after a long battle with AlzheimerÂ’s in Parkstone Enhanced Care, Halifax, NS. Helen was an active military spouse and a member of the 107 RCAF Association in Greenwood. Helen trained as an x-ray technician at St Rita Hospital School of Nursing, Cape Breton. She then left professional life to marry Walter Jerrott the love her life and raise a family within the busy life of the Air Force moving regularly making friends across the country. On her retirement from being a Mother she continued to be active in the community supporting various groups with fund raising in the Annapolis Valley. Her involvement with the 107 RCAF Association included many, many dinners, receptions and parties at the Wing. She continued her social life with bowling and dart leagues and crib games she brought the life of the party to each event. Survived by Sister Margaret MacDougall (Hazel Hill, NS); Daughter Margaret Waltner (Jerrott) Son in-law Dave Waltner; Grandchildren Christopher and Jessica Waltner (Kingston ON); Daughter Christine Jerrott Son in-law Colin Smeltzer (Mt Uniacke, N.S); Son Michael Jerrott, Daughter in-law Ellen Amirault (Kingston, NS); Grandchildren Brianna Jerrott (Winnipeg, MB), Emma Jerrott (Kingston, N.S) Daughter in spirit Kathy Fi eld (Middle Sackville, NS) She was predeceased by loving husband Walter Jerrott, two brothers and three sisters. HelenÂ’s spirit and antics will be remembered and her love for all she touched will live on with smiles and laughs. Funeral mass was September 7th, 2018, 2 PM at the Queen of Heaven Chapel, 14 Wing Greenwood N.S with a reception that followed at the 107 RCAF Association. Interment was at St. Lawrence Catholic Cemetery, Kingston, Nova Scotia Marshall Road. Family owers only and if you would like to donate to the AlzheimerÂ’s Society of Nova Scotia or your choice of charity. Arrangements have been entrusted to Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448. Online guestbook may be signed by visiting: www.middletonfuneralhome.com September 1, a 14 Wing Greenwood just before 8 a.m. Hercules left to assist in the search for a person reported missing overboard from the marine vessel Precious Jewel, approximately 120 miles east of Newfoundland. The assigned search area was covered with nothing found, and the Hercules returned to Greenwood, landing just after 9 p.m. September 2, a Greenwood-based Hercules was sent just before 8 a.m. in top cover assistance for a Gander Cormorant, responding to a medical emergency. The patient was medevaced from a large vessel, approximately 180 nautical miles southeast of St. JohnÂ’s, and transferred to hospital. The Greenwood aircraft arrived home just before 2 p.m. September 3, just after 9 p.m., a Cormorant departed Greenwood to search for an undetermined Â“objectÂ” which a concerned citizen saw fall in the water off PEI. The helicopter returned to Greenwood around 11:30 p.m., having found nothing of note. September 3, three kayakers overturned near Gardner Creek, New Brunswick, around 2:30 p.m. Both a Greenwood Cormorant helicopter and a Hercules aircraft were tasked to assist. However, all three kayakers were able to make it to shore before either aircraft made it on scene; the individuals were provided medical assistance once ashore and both aircraft were stood down just before 3 p.m.No rest for SAR crews over long weekendWarrant Of cer Jeff Campbell, 14 Wing Greenwood bandmasterThe 14 Wing Greenwood Band and the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum have collaborated over the past ve years, presenting annual concerts to commemorate the Battle of Britain. These concerts have been an important fundraiser for the museum and provided Greenwood audiences with an enjoyable afternoon of music to mark this critical turning point in the Second World War. This year, the concert is moving outdoors, as the Village of Kingston will host the event at Centennial ParkÂ’s Beaman Bandstand September 16 at 3:30 p.m. The park provides a beautiful setting for the concert and excellent acoustics under the wooden bandstand. Bring your lawn chairs, and enjoy the sounds of the 14 Wing Band and guest vocalist David Holborn. Holborn will be performing a powerful medley of wartime songs composed for the Royal Air Force Central Band. The concert will also include HolstÂ’s Â“Second Suite,Â” the Â“Luftwaffe MarchÂ” and GershwinÂ’s Â“Strike Up the Band.Â” Sergeant (retired) Dave Hankinson will be featured on ugelhorn in a unique arrangement of PiazzollaÂ’s Â“Oblivion.Â” Through music, we will honour the brave actions of the Royal Air Force and the over 100 Royal Canadian Air Force personnel who fought in the Battle of Britain, generating interest in our history and heritage. As in previous years, the concert is in support of the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum. Admission is free, but goodwill donations will be collected to support ongoing work at the museum. Should there be inclement weather, the concert will move to the Annapolis Mess at 14 Wing Greenwood. Updates will be provided on the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum website, gmam.ca.Other events at 14 Wing Greenwood to commemorate the Battle of Britain September 16 include a Battle of Britain service at St. MarkÂ’s Chapel at 10:30 a.m. and the annual Battle of Britain parade at the Air Force Association at 2 p.m.September 16 events mark Battle of BritainConcert in the park celebrates RAF, RCAF contribution in musicThe 14 Wing Band last played in the Kingston Beaman Bandstand for its 2017 75th anniversary concert. September 16Â’s concert is one of three events being held locally to mark the Battle of Britain. A. Campbell14 Wing GreenwoodÂ’s 24 Military Police Flight is advising the public, particularly the military families and residents of the baseÂ’s Residential Housing Units neighbourhoods, of a number of recent, multiple reports of thefts from vehicles and yards around the area Please ensure your vehicles are locked when you are home, and remove any valuable items from sight. Make sure valuable and attractive items (bikes/ scooters/ toys/ tools) are not left in your yards. 24 MP Flight personnel are actively investigating these incidents and, until resolved, ask the public to do its part in minimizing the opportunities for thefts to occur. MPs also ask if you observe any suspicious activity or have information relating to these thefts, please contact a member. Use 911 if it is an emergency, or call 1-902-765-1494 local 5544 with general information. MPs thank everyone for their cooperation and assistance in this matter.MPs looking to halt thefts from vehicles, yards $10.00 off450 Litres with card Fuel for Less 1-888-338-0331 Waterville, N.S. 902-538-0677 Bridgetown, N.S. 902-665-5293 Low Minimum Orders
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The best way to handle this kind of situation is to nd a quiet place and think about all the answers you need. GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 A spending spree is not the way to go right now, Gemini. You have to be more responsible with your money. Ask a relative or friend to help you work on a budget. CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22 Problems have a funny way of sticking around even when you try to avoid them, Cancer. Rather than running from dif cult decisions, it is time to meet them head on. LEO Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, if you have had an overwhelming week, you can nd a restful spot to recharge. Plan a spa weekend or even just a quiet hike through a state park VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22 A change of scenery is something you can use right now, Virgo. Pack up an overnight bag or backpack and hit the road for some spontaneous adventures. 51. Something comparable to another 56. Wild goat 57. One-time space station 58. Outline of a plan 59. Actress Petty 60. An electrically charged atom 61. Chewed and swallowed 62. 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Once it is off your plate, you can focus your energy on everything else.SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22 DonÂ’t worry if people do not always understand your intentions, Scorpio. You are a natural born leader, and you have to make some challenging decisions from time to time. SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you may nd yourself as the life of the party sometime this week. Embrace the limelight but make sure to set aside some time for rest and relaxation. CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20 You have a big event on the horizon that you have been planning, Capricorn. If it has been taking up too much of your energy, try delegating a few tasks to get some relief. AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, try to be supportive of those around you even when you may not agree with all of their reasoning. Diplomacy will help you keep a good group of friends. PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, if you canÂ’t figure out something that is puzzling you, itÂ’s best to take it to a few other people who may offer a fresh perspective.APARTMENT FOR RENT FOR RENT Â– Centrally Located Kingston (east) Apt (+or875 sq ft). Two bedroom, living room, Kitchen, laundry, bath, patio (25 x 15). $825.00 per month. (Senior (60+) discount available). Available November 1, 2018. Reference(s), lease required. Call 902-7600002, Email: email@example.com for question, picÂ’s, viewing appointment. Includes heat, power, fridge, stove, microwave, toaster-oven, snow removal, lawn care, washer/ dryer hookup (cable & Wi negotiable). Short walk to golf, school(s), doctor(s), RCMP, pharmacy, post of ce, library, Superstore, Needs Store, Tim Hortons, motel, restaurant(s), gas and Legion. (3934-ufnb) FOR RENT Â– 989 Aurora Crescent, Greenwood. Spacious two bedroom apartment $650/ month, tenant pays utilities. Coin operated laundry on site. Storage area. 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(3934-2tp) DUPLEX FOR RENT FOR RENT Â– Duplex for rent, 55+, Highway 201, Glebe Road. 1200 sq. ft. living space plus attached garage. Two bedroom, two baths, ve appliances, heat pump and in-floor heating. Lawncare and snow removal included. Non smoking. New construction, available November 2018. Please call 902-847-1312 or 902-765-4709. (3930-ufn) SERVICE CHURCH SERVICE Â– Â“The Peoples 25:40 ChurchÂ” There will be a church service held every Sunday at the New Beginnings Center 1151 Bridge Street Greenwood provided by Pastor Leon Langille. Pre service music at 2:50 p.m. Service 3:00 p.m. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m. All are welcome. (3533-ufn)Quilting group The Greenwood Quilters meet at the Queen of Heaven Church Annex on Church Street, Greenwood, the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m., as well as the following Saturday, September to May. All levels of quilters and bre artists are welcome. For info, please contact Laura Hobin, 902-242-2980, or Jan Weedon, 902-765-0648. Bring your sewing machine. Social group September 10, 1 p.m., the Rays of Sunshine Social Group meets at the Wilmot Baptist Christian Fellowship Centre, 208 Dodge Road, Wilmot. Light refreshments followed by a social time. Ages 19 to 99+ years. Come meet friends and make new ones. Call Nancy at 765-4124 for more information. Meeting September 10, 7 p.m., the annual meeting of the Upper Room Food Bank will take place at 699 Main Street, Kingston. This meeting is open to the public and all may attend. If you would like more information, call 902-765-0303. Luncheon September 11, noon to 1 p.m., the Kingston Lions host their monthly noon community luncheon. Menu: roast turkey, stuf ng, cranberry, mashed potato, carrots, yellow and green beans, cole slaw, rolls, dessert. Cost $9 at the door ($9.50 delivered in Kingston/ Greenwood area only call before 10:30 a.m.). Ticket auction September 13, the Soldiers Memorial Health Auxiliary is holding its annual ticket auction 18 at the Nictaux re hall. Doors open at noon, with draws beginning at 7 p.m. $1 for 20 tickets. There will also be a 50/ 50 draw and two special prize draws, plus a bake sale. Over 150 items. All proceeds go to Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Bene t card party September 14, 2 p.m.: there will be a bene t 45s card party at the Berwick Heights Golf Club, 3060 Hwy 221, Weston. Entry is $10; pre-register with Wayne Corbin, 902-538-9498 (you may register at the door, but advance would be appreciated by organizers). All proceeds will support Valley Child Development, Coldbrook. Valley Trekkers walk September 14, Annapolis Royal 5/10 km, 1B walk. Meet at Ye Olde Town Pub, 9 Church Street. Take Exit 22 from Hwy 101 to Annapolis Royal. Registration at 5:30 p.m. for walking at 6 p.m. More info: 902-847-1772. Craft fair September 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Waterville and District Fire Hall (1415 County Home Road, Cambridge.) Canteen and bake table. All proceeds going to the Berwick United Church Camp. Workshop September 15, 10 a.m. to noon, there will be an end of life planning seminar, sponsored by the Kingston Lions, 1482 Veterans Lane, Kingston. A light lunch will be served at noon. Please RSVP to Lion Ron Osmond at 902-765-3063. Skywatch September 15, 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., join astronomers Melody and Bruce Hamilton for the national celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Meet on the parade ground at Fort Anne National Historic Site in Annapolis Royal. Point Prim shipwreck monument hike September 15, 10 a.m., Hike Nova Scotia and the Fundy Erratics hiking group present a guided hike to the Point Prim shipwreck monument in Digby. Qualify to win a trail prize. hikenovascotia.ca for details. Breakfast September 15, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., at the Aylesford United Church. Freewill offering. Sponsored by the Committee of Stewards for church expenses. Come and bring a friend. At Evergreen September 15, 8 p.m., the Evergreen Theatre, 1941 Stronach Mountain Road, Margaretsville; presents Doc MacLeanÂ’s Delta blues and folk. Tickets $30 (military $25, students $15) through TIXHUB at evergreentheatre.ca. Stamp club meeting September 15 the Valley Stamp Club (est. 1961) will resume regular meetings in the Port Williams Community Centre. The hall opens at 12:30 p.m. to provide an informal opportunity for people to trade, talk stamps etc. Meetings start at 1:30 p.m. and include a form of presentation and auction. Guests always welcome. Monthly meetings are the rst and third Saturdays of the month, October to the rst Saturday of June. For info: stamps@ eastlink.ca. Mushroom hike September 15, 9:45 a.m., Hike Nova Scotia and Flying Squirrel Adventures present a guided mushroom hike in the Kentville Ravine. Qualify to win a trail prize. hikenovascotia. ca for details. Concert September 16, 3:30 p.m., take in the 5th Battle of Britain Concert in support of the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum at the Kingston Centennial Park Beaman Bandstand (across from the Credit Union Centre, Westwood Avenue, Kingston). Bring your lawn chairs as we commemorate CanadaÂ’s contribution to the Battle of Britain. Featuring the 14 Wing Greenwood Band and guest vocalist David Holborn. Admission free, with donations graciously accepted for the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum. In case of rain, the concert will be moved indoors to the Annapolis Mess, 14 Wing Greenwood. Updates will be provided on the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum website, gmam.ca. Church service September 16, 7 p.m., the Kingston Baptist Church, 695 Main Street, will host an evening praise service, with music by the Lawrencetown Male Choir. Fellowship time follows. Cancer support groupSeptember 17, 7 p.m., the Kingston/ Greenwood Living With Cancer Support Group will meet in the St. MarkÂ’s Protestant Chapel Annex, Church Street, Greenwood. Dr. Mark Allan, with True North in Kentville, will discuss his research on dementia and AlzheimerÂ’s. Cancer patients, family and friends or anyone seeking information on cancer or caregiving support are welcome to attend. For information: Lloyd Graham (902-375-2138) or Lynda Pierce ( 902-765-3055) Taoist Tai Chi classes September 18, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., new classes begin at the Middleton re hall. For information, contact Anne at 902-765-6378. Concert September 18, 7:30 p.m., Musique Royale presents Sea Songs & Shanties by La Nef, a chorus of seven Montreal male voices singing songs of a sailorÂ’s work and play; at the Dawn Oman Art Gallery, Bridgetown. Tickets $20 regular, $7 student; available at the gallery (902-588-2002), musiqueroyale. com or at the door.
September 10, 2018 Page 8 the Aurora | 14 Wing Greenwood, NS HOUSE OF COMMONS CHAMBRE DES COMMUNES Colin.Fraser@parl.gc.ca 1-866-280-53022 George Street, P.O. Box 865, Middleton, NS B0S 1P0 T: 902-825-3327 F: 902-825-3213Confederation Building Suite 117, Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 613-995-5711Colin FraserMember of Parliament West Nova Dput Nova-Ouest TibbÂ’s TumblersLocksmithingCommercial / Residential, rekeys, exit / panic hardware, door operators, closers, installed;902-840-3658www.tibbslocksmithing.calocks rekeyed / installed, safe combination changes and maintenance, automotive locks / atv & motorcycles The other night I had a dream That you were here again You laughed and smiled and held my hand I didnÂ’t want the dream to end You sang a little song for me It made me sad but happy too A song we both know very well ItÂ’s one I used to sing to you Â“You are my sunshine, my only sunshine You make me happy when skies are grey YouÂ’ll never know dear how much I love you Please donÂ’t take my sunshine awayÂ” My precious Jessica (my little sunshine) I think about you every day I miss you but I will see you in my dreams and one day in Heaven Love always Mummy Jessica Laureen LeBlancAugust 20, 1991 Â– September 14, 2016 Pay $250 towards your 2019 membership and golf for FREE for the remainder of the 2018 golf season.**$200 will be credited towards your 2019 golf membership at Berwick Heights Golf Course**Please see our website or Pro Shop for more detailswww.berwickheightsgolf.com (902) 847-9000We offer military discounts on green fees, too. Just show your ID at the Pro Shop when checking in! Berwick Heights would like to express a warm valley welcome to all the new military members, as well as those currently living in the valley.Fall membership deal!Tremont fair funLivestock, garden and handicraft shows and competitions; lots of food and music, fun for all ages, ice cream, games and more: it was the 81st Western Kings Community Fair in Tremont September 1, a truly community event with lots to see and enjoy.M. Rolph