Chamber gives back to local food banks

EAST HANTS: After a very successful inaugural trivia night, the East Hants and Districts Chamber of Commerce was able to show support to all food banks within their area, donating more than $2,100 to each food bank. Shown here is Kim Burns with the Hants North Food Bank and Chamber representative Stacey Ingraham. (submitted photos)...

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Toy Drive for Shumilacke a success

EAST HANTS: A group of grade nine boys were asked to come up with a way to help their community for a civics project. All of the boys are hockey players. They decided to split the cost of ice rental and invite their team mates and friends out for a friendly three-on-three competition. To participate...

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PeeWee AAA fills Christmas wishes with hard work

ELMSDALE: The East Hants Penguins PeeWee AAA Hockey Team eagerly accepted the opportunity to give back to their community by earning their own money and spending it on gifts for other local and very deserving children. “The boys not only work their butts off on the ice, they’ve been working their butts off at home...

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East Hants Minor Hockey helps out this holiday season

ELMSDALE: The Elmsdale Beautification Society and Enfield in Bloom got extra help making Highway 2 festive on Nov. 17, as the East Hants PeeWee A hockey team helped put bows and deliver wreathes to the poles. CKG Elevators loaded the wreathes in their trucks and Boxmill Bakery & Cafe thanked the team with hot drinks...

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