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									The Canning Gazette
published by the Village of Canning

Of harvests & hurricanes (sOrt Of)
here’s a point in the late summer where we simply have to throw up our hands and admit that yes, autumn is just around the corner. For me, it’s the speed with which darkness falls after supper. We sit down to watch the news, fall asleep before Cindy Day tells us what to expect for weather, wake up to switch channels and catch the rest of The Colbert Report…and it’s dark before 8 pm. It happens every year, but every year I greet it with less enthusiasm than I do going to the dentist. That’s not to say that we don’t have some glorious things to do as summer gives way to autumn. Our sometimescranky summer weather straightens itself out to present us with mostly glorious days and nights that are cool enough for pleasant sleeping. Well, other than when we’re getting clobbered by tropical storms and hurricanes, of course. The lawns stop growing quite so fast, the garden doesn’t need so much care, there are plenty of community activities happening; we shift gears as kids return to school, we harvest fruit and vegetables Eat your local veggies! Gabriel Rand sez so! and make preserves and order meat, we told me. “Real games, like Pictionary and think about winterizing the cottage or Trivial Pursuit and Scrabble.” making sure the house repairs are done. This fascinated me. Many of us are alThere’s always lots that needs doing, and most hard-wired to our computers and cell the clear crisp days are a great time to do phones and X-boxes and Blackberries. I inthose things. clude myself in that category, because I’ve I was in a store in New Minas the other been addicted to my computer since I first day when I overheard two employees, both turned on a ‘toaster Mac’ nearly 20 years twenty-somethings, talking about having a ago. Youtube, Facebook, Google, Twitter, games night. Curious, I asked what kind StumbleUpon and LiveJournal and Mysof games they would be playing. “Video pace…these have become common words games? Computer games?” “No!” they in our daily language, common activities Dear Friends:


in our daily living. They are powerful and useful tools, but can also become a way to hide from the real world and real interaction. These two young women are about the same age as my son, and would have grown up with computers always a part of their lives, both at work and at home. Yet instead of having a video-game party, they were planning a regular ‘board game’ type event. Granted, they may well have texted their friends to invite them, or posted a notice on their Facebook, but that would be a marriage of the old with the new. I like that idea. As a writer, it’s very easy for me to be reclusive and hide in my office, communing with my Mac laptop and forgetting to interact with my community. Yet at the same time, I use that time with my computer to write about and encourage others to participate in community. I don’t think either the ‘old way’ (precomputer) or the ‘new way’ is right or wrong; rather, that they can both exist together. I think also it’s easier to have them exist in communities such as ours. And that’s yet another reason to celebrate why we live where we live. cheers, jodi DeLong, editor

Pam Hickman

Why We Live Here

people” theme that the Matheson’s expounded upon in your last issue, I wanted to pass on this little story of an experience that Doug and I just had.

Iare to live in Canning with such great

n keeping with the “How lucky we

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I recently returned from a week in Ontario, settling girls into new accommodation for their respective universities. Doug met me at the airport quite late last Saturday evening but had realized too late that he had brought the “little car” and my large suitcase was not going to fit in it. We could either leave the suitcase at the airport and drive all the way back to get it the next day, or pay for a taxi to bring it to our house. Neither option appealed to me! Then, while I was waiting for my bags to turn up on the carousel, I turned around to see our friendly neighbourhood grocer, Sam, greeting some of the passengers from my plane. We explained our lack of car space and he was more than willing to take the bag back to Canning but he wasn’t going back that night. Not wanting to put him out, we decided that we would have to come back for it ourselves. Just as we were about to leave the airport, Sam ran up to tell us that there was yet another person from Canning there who would be glad to take my bag back with him that night. Sam introduced us to Murray Sheffield, whom we didn’t know. Murray very kindly agreed to take my bag back to his home and we picked it up later that night. It really is wonderful to live in a small community where strangers are so willing to help each other out. Thanks to Sam and Murray for all of their help! Fireside Cafe has new owners


s of October 1st the Fireside Café will be changing hands. A family will be taking over and continuing

the Al’s Homestyle tradition, bringing new ideas and looking to expand the operation. I would like to welcome John Fletcher, Vera Klokocka and Nancy Klokocka to the community and wish them much success in their endeavours. I wish to thank all customers and friends, as well as other businesses in the community and beyond, and my family, for their support and encouragement over the past eleven years, as well as my appreciation and sincere thanks for the energy and commitment of staff, both past and present, who have helped to grow the Fireside Café and local farm markets Hurricane Bill stirred up a little fuss on the South with their enthusiasm. My staff and I would like to invite Shore but it was Tropical storm Danny that brought the most rain & wind to the Valley members of the community for coffee Canning and surrounding area. Throughand treats on our last official day of operaout the past few years, our numbers have tion, Wednesday, September 30, between gone down and we would like parents to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to show our appreciaknow that this program is still available. tion for your friendship and support, and The Glooscap Skating Club offers to give you an opportunity to meet the lessons at all skating levels through Skate new owners, John, Vera and Nancy at this Canada and Star-Skate programs. time. We would like invite anyone who has Thank you once again. We have enLevel 4 who was in the CanSkate program joyed being a part of the Canning commuto join us in the Junior StarSkate Program nity. this year and of course our StarSkate proRegaRds, Linda davidson gram. Please contact Sharon Hirtle if you Last Chance to Register: have any questions about the programs at Glooscap Skating Club her e-mail: sport975skate@ns.sympatico. ca\ or phone 582-7186 before the end of looscap Skating Club has been September 2009 just so we have a feel for operating since 1976, involving children from: Sheffield Mills, Brock Beazley, lawyer


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what the numbers would be for this year the more we have the cheaper the registration will be. Also there is funding in place for anyone needing assistance. Princess Canning Goes InterNational was honoured to represent the Village of Canning in the Apple Blossom Festival as Princess Canning 2009. Having the opportunity to represent Canning this year has given me some of my most cherished memories and wonderful experiences by meeting community


members and attending community events, I especially enjoyed representing Canning and the surrounding areas as a guest of many communities in the Annapolis Valley. I wish to extend my sincere gratitude to the people of The Village of Canning and surrounding areas for the phenomenal support that I received throughout this amazing experience. Through this experience, I was provided the opportunity to represent the Annapolis Valley as Miss Annapolis Valley Int’l in the 2010 Miss Nova Scotia International pageant. I was chosen as Miss Annapolis Valley Int’l after an application and interview process. I will be vying for the title of Miss Nova Scotia International during the week of November 15th to November 22nd, 2009 in Halifax, NS. Miss Nova Scotia International is a scholarship program where delegates are judged on intellect, ability to communicate with people, public speaking and overall personality. All delegates are ambassadors of our beautiful province. The delegates promote tourism, assist in charities and other community organizations and are role models for our children and youth. I look forward to representing our beautiful Annapolis Valley. deneen eveRett PRincess canning 2009 miss annaPoLis vaLLey int’L 2010

New law office Opens in Canning fter 14 years of practicing law in Vancouver, native Nova Scotian Brock Beazley decided it was time to come “back home” and begin a new law practice in the valley. “My wife and I had always dreamed of coming back to Nova Scotia to put down roots in this area,” says Brock. “I have always wanted to open my own practice, as I really enjoy making a difference in any way I can, in the community where I live. “Canning and the Blomidon peninsula is beautiful and has so much to offer, and I thought it would be a perfect place to grow a law practice.” Opening the Canning office of How Lawrence White Bowes on Chapel Road, Brock is called to the Bars in both Nova Scotia and in British Columbia, and provides guidance in helping his clients find the best possible solution to those issues that can sometimes require legal advice. With a specialization in insurance and construction law, Brock can also provide assistance in divorce and custody issues, wills, and real estate transactions. New clients are welcome at both his Canning office or in his Wolfville office. To set up an appointment, please call 6913935.


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What’s Going ON? Girl Guide Units in Canning: Units Wheaton at 582-1529 for more Our community is a happenin’ place, so if you have LOCAL events you want to are starting up for Girl Guide units in details. Or check us out at www. announce, please contact Ruth Pearson at the office: 582-3768 or email jodi@ Canning, come out and check us out! To avoid disappointment, please note that the Gazette normally Canning Sparks, Glooscap Elementa- comes out about the 21st of the month when planning your notices. ry School, Tuesday evenings, KFROGS is very pleased to Sept 22, 2009; 6:15-7:15 announce that it is now offiCanning Brownies, Canning cially a registered charitable Legion, Thursday evenings, organization and is con6:30-7:30 tinuing its work supporting Guides: open to join New Miyouth globally. nas Guides, New Minas Civic It’s that time of year again. Center Downstairs; Sunday Last chance to stock your evenings September 27th, deep freeze with your fa2009; 6-7:30, OR Kentville vorite ice cream flavour. Guide unit meet: Time: 6-8, Orders for 11.5 L tubs of Thursday evenings, Bethany Scotsburn Ice cream can be Memorial Church, Aldershot ordered from the Look Off New Minas Pathfinders & for $30.00 each. Deadline Ranchers, New Minas Civic to order is Sept. 25th Please Centre upstairs, Sunday evecontact Carol French for denings September 20th, 2009; tails @ 582 3022. All pro6 to 7:30 ceeds to KFROGS Registration is still open. Need further information please Legion News: Just a regive Laura Huntley a call at minder that the Early Bird This year’s Sheffield Mills Harvest Fair will be on Saturday, September 681-2787 Campaign for Member Dues for 26th (that’s this weekend, once you get this.) Come join the fun! 2010 begins September lst and Fieldwood Heritage Society invites you Canning Walkers is a local Heart & runs to November 30th, 2009. Pay you to join us for the “Bruce Spicer Retrospec- Stroke Walkabout group who meet three dues during this time for $35.00 and have tive” Sunday October 18, 2009 2 PM - 4 times a week to walk. We have been active a chance to win your dues paid for the folPM Canning Fire Hall. This is the annual for over a year now. Besides walking our lowing year. After December 1st the dues fall meeting of the Fieldwood Heritage regular routes in the Canning area, we also will be $40.00. Society. There will be a display of Bruce’s participated in a tour of the Harriet Irving Also just a reminder to watch for signs wonderful memorabilia that has been do- Botanical Gardens in August and we took regarding our Ticket Auction coming up. nated to the Heritage Society and Bruce up snowshoeing last winter for our Sunday We haven’t confirmed the date yet but it will be in attendance. Refreshments will be morning outings. will be posted on the Legion Sign at the served. Our members have enjoyed the camaTop of the Driveway to the Legion. raderie and catching up with each others’ Canning Baptist Church supper Saturday, lives on our walks. But we are always reOn Thursday October 8th Between the September 26th, 4-630 pm. Ham, beans cruiting for new members. No experience Bushes Restaurant & the Nova Agri Group and potato scallop dinner, dessert, tea or is necessary, just an interest in being acof Companies will be hosting the “Kickcoffee, 8.50 per person. tive and meeting new people in your comstart for Kids” fundraising dinner. This munity. Come out and join us. Call Susan year we will be working with the Rotary Club of New Minas Sunrise and all proceeds from this event will go to support the “Food for Thought” school breakfast program. Buffet dinner from 6:30 to 8:30. Raffles, Calvin Rogers Electrical Contracting Ltd
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50/50 Draw, and Silent Auction. Tickets are reservation only and $28.95 per person, and are available from Between the Bushes or from our Business Office (upstairs). Please call 582-1445 Ext. 221. Book Club #7 Paradise by Toni Morrison, To be held at the Canning Library Thursday, September 24th, 2009, 7:30 - 8:30 pm Everyone is welcome! Please come and bring a friend! 47th Annual Harvest Fair Saturday, September 26th, 2009 Sheffield Mills. Schedule of Activities: 5 km Fun Run/WaLk- 9:30 am start. Contact Kelly Lee @ Canning Recreation 5822033 cHiLdRen’s PaRade - Theme is “Mystical Creatures” let your imagination go crazy. 10:30 am Registration & judging. Contact Michelle Taylor 582-1493 countRy stoRe - starts after children’s parade. A great time to pick up your very local fresh produce. Contact Britt Taylor 5821493 for donation pick up or drop off. PantRy saLe - After the children’s parade, get in line to buy your brown bread, cookies, pickles, pies, cakes and jams. Contact Andrea Martin 582-7114 for dropping off your specialties. games - A variety of children’s games to test their skills & win prizes. aRcHeRy sHoot- Join in the competition for various ages that Gordon Porter will be hosting in the backfield and take your best shot. HoRsesHoes touRnament - Contact Peter Porskamp 582-7723
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WasHeRtoss touRnament - Contact Diane Russell 582-7191. Get your teams together and call to register early. Tournaments will take place in Veterans Field behind the hall. goat miLking comPetition - Watch familiar faces from the municipality compete for bragging rights in the art of goat milking. stRong man demonstRation (tentative) canteen FaciLities avaiLabLe LuncHeon- From 12 noon to 2:30 lighter fare will be available in the hall to sit and converse with friends baRbecue cHicken suPPeR 4:30 - 6:30 pm Served with baked potato, sour cream, coleslaw, tomato/cucumber, roll, dessert, tea/coffee/juice. $9 adult. $5 children. Take out available. goods & seRvices auction 2:00 pm. Sign up for your paddle early and bid on a wide range of items such as lawn care services & products, pet foods, shrubs, crafts, birdhouses, auto services, food, pub and restaurant vouchers, green fees, firewood and much more. bounce House FoR kids inteResting disPLays & musicaL enteRtanment (bring along your talents if you care to jam for the crowd!!! The 3rd Annual Harvest Fair Ride-ORama will take place Sunday, September 27th at Murphy’s farm on Bains Road at 9 am. For information contact Laura MacBride 582-7727 All proceeds from the Harvest Fair go to a variety of community services, projects, and groups in our local area. Come out and have fun with friends and family at a good country fair for a good cause.

Ross Creek Activities Ross Creek Open House October 4th 2009 The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts open house takes place on Sunday, October 4th 2009. Join us as we celebrate Mi’kmaq History Month! Explore traditional arts and culture in an afternoon for all ages and talents at Ross Creek from 12:00- 4:30 pm. Admission is by donation, with a suggested donation of $5 per person or $15 per family. For more information and directions see our website at or contact Heather Cosidetto at programs@, 582-3842. Masquerade Fundraiser October 30 Come dressed in your finest costume or mask! This adult only event is a chance to depart into a different world – one inspired by the great carnivals of Venice and New York. With fine and fabulous food, amazing activities and a chance to celebrate Halloween in a whole new way. Tickets will be available soon both online and by emailing or calling 582-3842. Fire prevention week is oct 4 - oct 9, and the Canning Fire Department will be having an open house on Wednesday Oct 7 2009 from 7pm-9pm. Come visit for a chance to see our trucks and equipment up close, meet some of the fire fighters in our community, receive lots of information and fire prevention tips. Refreshments and door prizes . Treats for the kiddies. The Canning Fire Department is located on Norht Avenue Canning. Test your smoke alarms monthly.

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Church Calender
Arlington United Baptist Church Sunday Service 930 am, Rev. Dr. Dan Gibson 582-1262 Canard United Church Sunday Services 9:45 am Canning Baptist Church Sunday Service10 am. Sunday School 10am Social 11 am Rev. Murray Shaw . Centreville Baptist Church Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM Sunday School: 10:55 AM 678-1946 Senior Pastor: Marc Potvin Emmanuel United Church Kingsport 9:30 am Sunday worship services. Rev. Wayne Mitton 582-7556. First Cornwallis Baptist Church Sunday Worship and Kidz Worship 11:00am. Rev. Peter Lohnes 582-7364 Gibson Woods United Baptist Church Bible Study 10 am Worship Service 11 am Pastor Stephen Gough 252-1578 Pereaux Baptist Church: Pastor Dr. Dan Gibson; visitation Dr. M.R. Cherry. Sunday school 945 am Sept-June, worship 11 am. phone 582-3058 St. Lawrence Roman Catholic Saturday Mass 4 pm Catechism 1010:45. Father Larry Pitcher 542-3074 St. Thomas & St. Michael Anglican St. Thomas, Kingsport 830 am 1st,3rd Sundays, 930 am 2nd-4th Sundays. St. Michael & All Angels, Canning: 930 1st-3rd Sundays, 7 pm 2nd-4th Sundays Rector Rec. David C. Garrett 542-7476 Trinity United Church, Canning Sunday Worship and Church School, 10:15 am. 582-7556 cornwallis. Union Church of Scotts Bay Sunday School 10 am, Service 11 am. Contact person Tina Kennickell 582-7626. Valley Cornerstone Assembly Morning Worship, Sunday School 1030 am, evening 7 pm.

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lily plants (including their own Scott’s Bay Community Hall Association will be holding a flea market Pride of Canning variety) for the on Saturday, October 17th from 10:00 plot at the Harold Borden monua.m. to 2:00 p.m. Table rental is $5. ment in the middle of town, and Canteen facilities available on-site. Sheila took care of planting the For more information or to book a daylilies. Next year we can anticitable, contact Jerry at 582-7489. Propate seeing some lovely blooms ceeds to the hall association. surrounding this important piece The Scott’s Bay Women’s Institute of our heritage. will be holding a rummage sale on the Don’t forget that local artists Marsame day and time in the Seaside Cenilyn Rand, Pia Skaarer-Neilson, tre. Rummage will be sold at $5/bag Marie Jardine and Pam Frail are (bags provided). “Bag night” when involved in the Exhibition ‘Seven: the remaining rummage will be sold is Awakenings” at Harvest Gallery Monday evening, October 19th 6:00 in Wolfville, running until Octoto 7:30 p.m. For more information or ber 18th. to donate items for the sale, contact Despite some challenges from the weather this summer, most farmWe have some new people in Gwen at 582-7178 or Tammy at 582- ers, horse owners, and grain producers finally have their hay and our business community, who I’ll 7680. Proceeds to the Seaside Centre. straw safely harvested. just mention briefly here. Brock otherwise in violation of these regulations and Beazley is a lawyer who has reValley Gardeners Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. remains so after due notice is given by the Com- sponded to the call of his homeland and moved on Monday October 19th at the Kentville Agri- mission. his law practice home from Vancouver. He’s The Village of Canning Commission is ask- written up a small article so I’ll let him tell his cultural Research Centre. Local author Anne van Arragon Hutten will speak on the topic “Nova ing for your cooperation in adhering to the regu- story in his own words. Welcome, Brock & famScotian Apples: the Valley’s Gold”. There will lations set by the NS Utility and Review Board. ily! be a houseplant and perennial exchange follow- Thank you. The Fireside Café has been sold to new owning the meeting. All are welcome. ers (who will be here by month’s end). Linda
Reminder Notice Canning Water Utility – Outstanding Accounts Under the regulations of the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board, all water bills are to be paid within 30 days of notification. Under Section 10, the Commission has the right to turn off the water from the customer’s premises if: bills remain unpaid for more than forty-five (45) days after the same become due and payable or if in the Commission’s opinion the consumer is

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fter several months of fairly steady business, the Tailgate Farmer’s Market in Kingsport will be wrapping up with one last Thursday event, on September 24. Due to the running away of the sunlight, the market will operate for a shorter time period, from 5-730 pm. This is a peak time for produce and other goods of the harvest, so come out and support your local producers for one last evening. If you’re interested in selling at the market, please contact Donna Nicholson at 5821775. We ran out of space in the last issue, but want to offer a huge Tip of the Ol’ Gardening Hat to Sheila Dean of Sheila’s Garden and Wayne and Wayne of Canning Daylily Gardens. The Waynes provided some day-


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Davidson has written a very nice thank you to the community so again, that’s in a separate column. We wish her and her family all the best in coming ventures. Fans of Laurent D’Entremont had better get their tickets to the Wilf Carter concert, happening on Saturday, 26 September. Laurent will be the guest storyteller, and anyone who has heard his stories knows of his sense of humour and flare for telling tales. Laurent has a new book coming out, Volume Three of “Stories to Remember” which will be available later in October. If you’re on Facebook, you can follow Laurent easily by typing his name into the search engine. (Or just go to my page if you’re a ‘friend’—Laurent and I chat back and forth on my wall regularly). Celtic Colours in Sheffield Mills


n 17 October the community of Sheffield Mills will experience our very own Celtic Web of Colours at the Community Hall. This mini-fest of Celtic culture will include three workshops and a night concert. The night concert (8pm) will feature two new bands to our community, The Beatons and HAWP. HAWP’s members are married couple Andy and Niamh Webster. Andy’s discipline being music and Niamh’s dance, it was only a matter of time before the two were to form a group. Andy and Niamh moved from Scotland (to Canning) only a short time ago and their music is

innovative, daring, energetic and full of soul, combining and pushing the limits of Canadian, Scottish and Irish culture. The Beatons have been bringing their own blend of traditional bluegrass, folk and old time country music to the valley for five years now. Made up of husband and wife team Monica and Darrin Beaton of South Tremont, NS and Carl Vroom of Bloomington, NS, the Beatons showcase Darrin’s fine flat picking talents.However, Darrin is well versed on a variety of stringed instruments including fiddle, mandolin and dobro. The Beatons will have you a tappin’ your toes and grinning from ear to ear. Two dance workshops, Irish Dance for Children (11 am) and Irish Dance for Adults (2 pm), will be given by Niamh Webster. Niamh received her T.C.R.G. (Teachers An Cumisiun Le Rinci Gaelacha) in Dublin, Ireland and has been teaching Irish dance for over 15 years. She competed as a Champion Irish Dancer for many years and qualified for the North American and World Championships. The other workshop, The Story of the Harp (10 am) will be given by Gilbert McInnis, of Sheffield Mills. Gilbert has been the musical director for Sheffield Mills’s Eagle Watch for the past three years. He has been building harps for the last 15 years and has played music throughout the Valley for audiences at Wolfville’s Night Kitchen and participated in this year’s first AMP festival. For registration information, please contact Gilbert @ 582-1603 (harp workshop) and Niamh Webster at 582-1786 (dance workshops).

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slabwood For sale: 175.00 a load (about 3 cord) delivered anywhere in Kings County or pick it up yourself at Rands Mill, Charles Rand Road. Phone 582-7032 or 582-3639. looking For a change? Something new to wear? Come look in Michael Fisher’s clothing consignment shop for inexpensive clothing that looks great. Loads of choices, great prices. Bring in good used clothes and have them sold by Mike & Tammy; 692-1790. For that special giFt, give her jewelry from Lowe’s Rock Shop, Canning NS. We specialize in Nova Scotia’s official gemstone, the agate. Other lines include Alaska black diamond, Czech fire crystal beads, etc, in pendants, bracelets, brooches, earrings. Custom orders accepted. Good prices. By appointment 20 Canard Street, 582-3939 or write Box 366 Canning B0P1H0. (12-09) d. c. Fraser trUcking Sand, Gravel, Top Soil, Stone, Snow Removal. Call Dave Fraser 5827984/cell 698 -0588. (03-10) Sheila’s Sewing 582-7167. Do you need hemming, alterations, repairs or a creation? sedean@ Sheila’s Gardening: 582 7167 Specializing in Flowerbeds, Spring Cleanup, Perennials, Thinning, Trimming, Pruning & Planting. We can visit once or twice or maintain your posies all season. Book early. canning welding service Phone 670-3497 1443 Saxon Street, Hillaton Welding repairs and custom fabrication - trailers, gates and railings, ornamentals, etc. Metal Sales. NO Job Too Small! bling For YoUr horse! Rhythm Beads are fine jewelry made to order for your horse. Great for pleasure riding, trail riding, training & desensitizing young horses. Call Debbie after 7 pm 582-2411 or email alwaYs bUYing old stUFF; toys, action figures, advertising items, primitives, military items, glassware, watches, coins, railroad items, postcards, folk art, paintings, etc. Call Trevor at 582-7226. (03/08) licenced Foot care Specialist Gemma Bigalow. Home or hospital visits. Removal & softening of callous & corns, nail trimming & cleansing, prevention of ingrown nails, full foot massages. Phone 582-1215 for appointments.

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