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Let us take the hassle out of your 2015 Income Tax Preparation!
We’re in business – same place, same great service – for all your
tax a n d a c c o u n t i n g s e r v i c e s . C a l l 3 6 5 - 7 2 7 8 , e m a i l
n bw h it ed@ nb net . nb .ca o r fa ceb oo k us f or an
appointment.
Miramichi River Financial Ltd.
62 Riverview Drive
Doaktown, NB E9C 1N2
TEL: 506-365-7278
FAX: 506-365-7980
A proud member of the
Miramichi Valley Business Association.
The family of the late Sarah Porter
wishes to thank everyone for their
kindness and support during the
recent passing of our wife, mother and sister. Thank you to the
pallbearers, Father Okoko, Annunciation Choir and the CWL.
A sincere thank you to everyone who made donations, sent cards and
brought food. To all those who attended the visitation and funeral,
your presence was a great source of comfort to us.
~ Bob, Joan, Edward and Isabel

GREENE’S MEAT MARKET
(also known as
GREEN’S GARDEN PATCH)

OPEN FOR BUSINESS
506-365-0499
Serving Miramichi to
Fredericton
For Over 35 Years
Don’t know what to do with your
extra deer or moose meat? Then
turn it into sausages! We make 5
different flavors: Octoberfest, Hot
Italian, TNT, Maple and Honey/
Garlic. Call for details.
We feature NB-grown pork from the
Sussex area – by the side and ½
sides at $2.49 / pound, cut and
wrapped. All pork is Government
Inspected. We also have a full line
of pork cuts in stock – pork chops,
ribs, pork sausages, pork roasts,
pork belly strips, tenderloins, etc. –
as well as our own Head Cheese
and Pork Jerky in various flavors.
Also available: home-smoked slab
or sliced bacon, smoked back
bacon and smoked pork chops.
And don’t forget our full line of
jams, jellies and pickles in addition
to our famous hot and mild salsa.

BUSINESS HOURS
Open from 10 am – 5 pm
(Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday)
Open from 12 Noon – 5 pm
(Sunday)
CLOSED Tuesday and Friday
(but you can find us at the
Miramichi Market on Fridays
from 9 am – 2 pm)
Looking forward to serving you.

CHASE THE ACE

W M L Accounting Inc.

FRIDAYS AT THE

NEW OFFICE. SAME LOCATION.

ATLANTIC SALMON MUSEUM
5:30 - 7:30 pm (ticket sales)
7:45 pm - Draw
On Friday evening, February 19, Rita Swinimer
casually walked into the Museum and bought
a ticket. By the end of the night she had not
only won $149 for having that ticket drawn,
she also picked the Ace of Spades from the 33
cards remaining in the deck and immediately
found herself the recipient of $3,514.60.
Chase the Ace has begun again with a jackpot
that now stands around $1,400 (50 cards
remaining).
Why not drop down to the
Museum between 5:30 and 7:30 pm on Friday
night and try your luck? Note: You can also
purchase Chase the Ace tickets from the
Museum volunteers at Doaktown’s Independent Grocer every Wednesday but you MUST be
at the Museum at 7:45 pm on Friday night
when the draws take place.

Museum President Delmer
Swinimer with her winnings.

White

presenting

Lottery License Number 011874156002

Rita

Bookkeeping, HST
& Payroll Remittances
Corporate and Personal Taxes
Seniors Discount
Cash Refunds
(Confidentiality is My #1 Priority)

For an appointment,
call Wendy Lyons
365-7105
end_yon@hotmail.com
endyon@nb.sympatico.ca

“Know Where You Stand”

With only a limited number of
weekends in June, it’s never too
early to be thinking about Grad
Parties. The Atlantic Salmon
Museum and its River Room have
already begun to take reservations so if you’d like to use our
facility, please give us a call at
3 6 5 - 7 7 8 7 o r e ma i l u s a t
museum@nbnet.nb.ca and we’ll
give you all the information and
help you’ll need. We offer lots of
parking, an easily accessible
ramp at our front door, beautiful
views of the River, a kitchen you
can arrange to use if needed, and
a darn good track record when it
comes to hosting milestone
events like these. We’d love to
have
you
and
your
grad
make a beautiful
memory
“at
the
Museum” so get in
touch!

High Pressure Flushing/Thawing
RV Holding Tank Pumping
Septic Tank Cleaning
Floor Drain Cleaning
Grease Trap Cleaning
Portable Toilet Rental

A proud member of the
Miramichi Valley Business Associa on

The Friends of the Doaktown
Community Park
present

SPRING FLING
Indoor Yard Sale/Market
Saturday, April 30
9 am – 1 pm
Doaktown Elementary School Gym
Tables or space - $10
Contact Susan Gaston at 365-7895
Tired of having too much stuff around and
worried about planning a yard sale with
unpredictable weather? Been busy crafting over
the winter? Want to get the word out about a
business you own? Join us for the morning at a
great venue. We will provide the tables and/or
space you require.

See you there!!

For Seniors
Haircuts - $10
Pedicures - $20

MAIN STREET, DOAKTOWN
Foil Tinsel
Clover Wreath
$1.00 each

St. Patrick’s
Light Up Necklaces
$1.00 each

St. Patrick’s
Felt Hats
$1.50 each

St. Patrick’s
2pk Green Leis
$1.00 each

Happy St. Patrick’s Day
Letter Banner
$1.00 each

“Irish For A Day”
Satin Sash
$1.50 each

1.5oz
Easter Grass
3/$1.00

48ct
Plastic Refillable Eggs
$1.00 each

Nobility
Straw Baskets
$1.25 each

Easter
Window Clings
$1.50

Easter Tableware
(Napkins, Plates or Cups)

$1.50 each

Easter
Coloring Books
$1.50

20”x30’
Mesh Ribbon
$3.50 roll

120g
Chocolate Foil
Easter Mesh Eggs
$1.50 each

125g
Solid Chocolate
Rabbits
$1.50 each

Selection May Vary, While Quantities Last
Gift Certificates Available
Like us on Facebook: Facebook.com/GCDollarStore

Remember to move your clocks
one hour ahead on Sunday, March 13.

FROM THE
TERRY RUSSELL
FAMILY
Words cannot express our
heartfelt appreciation for
all the love and support we
received during our recent
loss. We would like to
thank everyone for all the
v is it s , p h o n e c a lls ,
e-mails, cards, donations
and all the food which was
delivered to our home and
was very much appreciated.
To all of our family, friends
and neighbours who came
and spent time with us and
who continue to support
us, a heart-felt thank you
f o r a ll o f yo u r lo v e ,
kindness and support.
The support we received
from the community was
absolutely amazing. You
never know how much this
support means to a person
or family until you have to
go through such a loss.
We are truly blessed to live
in such a wonderful, caring
community.
Ag a in t h a n k yo u t o
everyone and God bless.
~ Jane, Tanya and Rob,
Vanessa and Garry Jason

In Memory
of a Great Boss and Friend
WALLACE (WALLY) O’DONNELL
Who Passed Away
on March 7, 2007
The Linesman
Upon the windswept cross arm
Where the wind blows wild and free,
A cowhide belt and a chip of steel
‘Twixt him and eternity.
When thunder pearls o’er the treetops
And lighting gleams on the hills,
It’s then his work is awaiting him
And he gets plenty of thrills.
When folks in houses cringe and shake
Before the storm has passed
He handles death at his fingertips
To make the hot wires fast.
One slip of the hand and he’s gone
To at least long days of pain
But let him out and sure as sin
He’ll be up a pole again.
There’s times when he holds in his hands
The life of a pal he loves,
And prays that he fails not in his trust
By a flaw in his rubber gloves.
For all o’ that he’s a common guy
And very much carefree,
And he’ll stick to you through everything,
Best pal you ever did see.
So sometimes in a thunderstorm
When everything goes black,
Just think of the poor guy working hard
To get those hot wires back.
~ J. C. Boulay

On behalf of the Central NB Nursing Home, its Board and staff, we would like to publicly
thank all those who contributed in any way to our extremely successful Sweetheart Supper
held at the Atlantic Salmon Museum (Doaktown) on Sunday, February 14. Owing to the
generosity of a number of corporate sponsors, the hard work of many community
volunteers, and a sold-out event, we were able to raise a total of $4,246.65, all of which will
go to purchase a variety of much-needed items for our new facility.
In particular, a sincere “thank you” goes to: the Atlantic Salmon Museum, the B & L
Restaurant, J. P. Carrier, Cole Clowater, Dianne Clowater, Lynn Clowater, Michele Gilks, Robert Gilks,
J.D. Irving, Ltd., Landmark Lodge, R. Jardine Insurance, Deven Munn, Kyle Munn, Alli O’Donnell, Mitchell
O’Donnell, Daphne Nippard, Sherri Robichaud, Jean Ryan, Trevor’s Independent Grocers, Trillium Flowers,
the Village of Doaktown, and Delmer White. Thank you, Everyone!

Presen ng the new Doaktown Community Arena planned for comple on in December
2016. Watch for more details in future issues of this Newsle er, or contact any
member of Doaktown Village Council at 365-7970.


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