Thank you to all who have and continue to
put the "Wind In Our Sails". Your generosity and support of Bluenose Academy and
our Seahawks is sincerely appreciated!
All donations over the $250.00 level will be recognized on our donor wall which is
located in our Main Foyer.
Special thanks to the following individuals and businesses who have offered
financial support for our "Celebration Of Students" to be held on June 15th
& 22nd. We sincerely appreciate your generous support of our "Seahawks".
HB Studios, Eleven Eleven Companies, Kinley Drug Company, Stans Dad & Lad, Inge
Hatton, Ship Shape Fitness Centre For Women, Lunenburg Arms Hotel & Spa, Greenoli
Art Glass & Textiles, Rise Again Cottage, Iron Works Disterlly, Sweet Indulgence,
Lunenburg Hardware and Leanne Palylyk Childrens Foundation
ABCO Group of Companies
Bailly's Fuels Ltd.
Centre Home & School Association (H&S)
CCS, LA, LJSHS, RDES Students
High Liner Foods Incorporated
Riverport & District Elementary School PTA
South Shore Regional School Board
Stellar Investments Inc.
Town of Lunenburg
William A. Gerhardt Property Improvement
Centre School Advisory Committee (SAC)
Composites Atlantic Limited
Larry Creaser & James Eisenhauer
Walter Flower III
The Frellick Family
The Marguerite Hubbard Charitable Foundation
Kinley Drug Co. Ltd.
Lunenburg Festival of Crafts
Lunenburg Junior Senior High School Staff
Shelley & Colin Mann
Michelin North America (Canada) Inc.
O’Regan’s South Shore Toyota
Riverport Lions Club - Gift In Kind
Subway - Lunenburg
The Knot Pub
Peter & Susan Comstock
Matthew & Dylan DeMone
L. Keelty & D. Gass
Lunenburg & District Fire Dept In Memory of Dr. Art Patterson
Graham, Alex & Malcolm Mann
Rotary Club of Lunenburg
TD Canada Trust
Vesey's Seeds Ltd.
Wilson Fuel Co. Limited
In Memory Of Mona Mosher
In Memory Of Sherman Zwicker
AC Belliveau Veinotte Inc
Peter & Paula Baker
Bricks & Stones Landscape
Brigantine Inn & Suites
Burke, Macdonald & Luczak Barristers & Solicitors
Canadian Tire Bridgewater – Gift In Kind
Christa Conrad & Dwayne Tanner
Cleversey's Construction Ltd.
Corkum's Recycling Autobody & Towing Ltd.
Mark & Shelley Currie
Elias & Emmett Dagley
Miranda & Davis Dagley
Paul & Jean DeMone
Dockside Lobster & Seafood Restaurant
Ken, Tina, Laura & Cameron Eisner
Jamie, Dawn, Meghan & Hannah Ernst
Fairway Insurance Services Inc.
Arthur Gardner & Sarah Allen
Grand Banker Bar & Grill
Jamie & Tara Green
Tait & Breton Hayden
Heritage Landscape Services
Ardith Canning Hiltz
Ethan & Aidan Hunt
KA Auto Body
Kempton Appraisals Bridgewater
Karen Kinley & Ian Creaser
Peggy & Phillip Langford
Lunenburg Academy Grade Three 2010-2011
Lunenburg County Progress Bulletin
Ann & Mark Moore
David & Jackie Moore
Guenther & Susan Reibling
The Old Fish Factory Restaurant
The Royal Canadian Legion Lunenburg Branch No. 23
Larry, Lisa & Kelsey Risser
Shades of U Hair Design
South Shore Optical
Stan's Dad & Lad Shop Ltd.
Ron & Kim Tibert - Scotia Auto Glass
Trot In Time Buggy Rides Ltd.
Gordon & Sheila Walters
ARTWORK/PIECES - LIBRARY
The below pieces of work have been donated or loaned for display in our school
Special thanks to:
Scott Sherman - for loaning us his "one of a kind" Bluenose Stamp Quilt Art created
by Laurie Swim.
Laurie Swim & Larry Goldstein - for their donation of the following prints:
"The Lobsterman" - depicts an
independent self-reliant individual, alone, tending his traps, reaping their prize. Like a
dancer or juggler, he balances his trap on the rim of his small craft in a roiling sea. The
intent of this gesture towards the task speaks volumes. The scene embraces hard work in
a cold and unforgiving environment, the North Atlantic.
"The Boat Builders" - depicts a group of men busy at work in the craft of building
traditional dories. One of the distinctions of the Lunenburg Dory is its ‘knees’, the
interior ribs cut from the lower trunk of the tree and the curve of its root. These dory
frames are represented by the stacked curved shapes in the piece. This reference pays
homage to the fact that makes this dory extraordinarily strong and long lasting.
"Open House" - depicts a little weathered shed in Blue Rocks that has been a popular
subject for artists and photographers for decades. In this piece, the structure shows
people in it. The work started with a photograph my husband Larry took the first day we
ever saw the building open. He spotted this group of men removing things from the
interior. This marked the beginning of the disassembling of the structure, one wall at a
time, then the roof, until it was refurbished to its original state.
The Don Oland Family - for their donation of a kerosene lantern from the Bluenose