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It was a special gathering in St. Martins yesterday as village council invited the community to come together to celebrate the people and the successes that have shaped the village since it became incorporated as a municipality in 1966. People shared memories and photographs to mark the end of an era as St. Martins becomes part of a larger entity encompassing the surrounding region in 2023. The local government structure is changing but the village and the people who live there will remain as key to the beauty and success of the community as always. Thank you to all the past mayors and councillors for all you have given.







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It was a beautiful service commemorating the life of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Christ Church Cathedral in Fredericton yesterday.





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It was Open Farm Day today and I just loved getting out to meet some of the hard working farmers in the riding. My goodness, these folks sure rolled out the red carpet with wagon rides, free fresh milk, home baked cookies, friendly tours and the opportunity to visit many happy and healthy animals. Thank you to Brian and Linda Walker and their family at Walker Farms in Lower Millstream and Ron and Coralee Wesselius of Milkstream Holsteins Ltd. on the O’Neill Road in Searsville for the wonderful visit.

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