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Community groups and Contacts - 2019

 

Village of Cambridge-Narrows

Municipal Building, 6 Municipal Lane, Cambridge-Narrows, New Brunswick, E4C 4P4

www.cambridge-narrows.ca  (see their 'Activities and Events' page)

phone 506 488-3155; fax 506-488-1018

Mayor Blair Cummings, Councilors Tom Nesbit, Judy Jones, Nancy McConnachie

and Village Administrator/Clerk Alexis Trebble

Council Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m.

(If council meeting date falls on a holiday, it is held the next day - Tuesday)

  

Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library - volunteers:  Brenda Dunsmore 488-3418

check 'library events' page

 

Community Committees:

 Life at the Lakes - Ines v. Waldow 488-2681

Community Day - Nancy McConnachie 488-2609

Community Information Sharing Committee - Wendy Aune 488-1979

 

Cambridge-Narrows Volunteer Fire Department (every Monday 7-9 pm)

contacts:  Paul Beale 262-4130; David Craft 238-1388

Flames - auxiliary to Fire Dept. (1st Tuesday 7:00) - Jewel Beale 262-4140

 

Cambridge-Narrows Community School

Coordinator-volunteers - Marcy Malloy 488-3519

school news and updates:  www.cns.nbed.ca

 

Akerley Area Quilt Guild (2nd & 4th Wednesdays 9:30-3:00)

contact:  Bette Ebbett 488-2189

 

Victoria's Quilts (2nd Wednesday 9:30-12 noon)

contact: Brenda Dunsmore 488-3418

 

Funday Monday Quilters (Monday 9:30-4)

September to May, contact:  Carolyn Hetherington 362-2930

  

Recreation - Yoga contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mondays 7 pm, Tuesdays at 10:30 am - C-N Municipal Bldg.

Poses can be modified to a chair if you have any mobility issues or are new to yoga.

Fitness Classes for everyone: 

July and August 2019

Mondays 10:30-11:30 am - C-N Municipal Building

contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thursdays 10:30-11:30 am - C-N Municipal Building

Students are free, $5 for the adults.

Pickleball - Wednesdays 5-7 pm

at CN Community School, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bowling - Sussex - Wed. & Thurs. 

Wednesday contact Ina Armstrong 433-1854

Thursday contact Shirley Kaeys 1-506-832-7930

Bowling - Chipman Fridays Neil Orchard 362-9805

  

Caanan-Washademoak Watershed Assoc. (3rd Monday 7:30-9:30 pm)

Robena Weatherly 488-2718; Dr. Shawn Dalton 449-1395

 

Jemseg Lions Club (1st and 3rd Thursday 7:30 pm

Carolyn Hetherington 362-2930

www.facebook.com/jemseglionsclub

 

Washademoak Swingers - square dancing

(winter Sept.-June; Tuesday 7:30 pm)

Richard Goodick 488-1928

 

Slo-Poke ATV Club - Rob Otis 333-2830, cell 485-0818

meets every 2 months

 

Queens County Heritage  488-24483

Anthony Flower House Museum

Open daily, except closed on Sundays and Mondays summer of 2019

2270 Lower Cambridge Rd. (across from the C-N Municipal Bldg.)

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Mill Cove Nursing Home 

volunteers - Kelly Chambers 488-3033, ext. 246

Mill Cove Foundation (1st Tuesday)  Carol McLean 260-2039

 

Care & SharePreschool Drop-in at Mill Cove Nursing Home

(Monday & Wednesday 9:30-11:30 am)

 Debora Kantor 488-2845

  

Crown Jewels of Canada Society - Glenda Constable 488-2291

(Canadian version of The Red Hat Society) - meets usually once a month

 

Tops (Wednesdays 6:30 pm)

Anna Sharpe 474-3470; Carl Ledin 229-6800

 

Women's Institutes:

Lower Jemseg (1st Monday) Sharron Adams 488-9107

Waterborough (1st Monday) Marlene Moss 1-506-434-1394

Codys (1st Tuesday) Ellen Malloy 362-2135

 

Churches - refer to the Jemseg Newsletter

Youth Group - interdenominational at Jemseg Baptist

contact Debora Kantor 488-2845

 

Good Shepherd Anglican ChurchWarden Jim Knight 1-506-260-5363

Narrows United Church - Pastor Jane Johnson 440-9981

First Cambridge Baptist Church - Pastor Aubrey Trail, 488-2210

Mill Cove Church of God - Pastor Steve Ferris 488-6004

 

 Note:  If you want to see changes made to this list

of community events and contacts,

please leave a message at the Library/488-3971

  

HOW TO BUILD A COMMUNITY
Turn off your TV/computer/all screens
Leave your house
Know your neighbours
Look up when you are walking
Greet people
Plant flowers
Use your library
Play together at the community outdoor skating rink
Buy from local merchants
Share what you have
Help a lost dog
Take children to the park
Garden together
Support neighborhood schools
Fix it even if you didn't break it
Have pot lucks
Honour elders
Pick up litter
Read stories aloud
Join a service club
Talk to the mail carrier
Listen to the birds
Put up a swing
Help carry something heavy
Barter for your goods
Start a tradition
Ask a question
Hire young people for odd jobs
Share what you’ve learned
Bake extra and share

Ask for help when you need it
Start a book club
Sing together
Share your skills
Walk together/exercise together
Be a good listener
Listen before you react to anger
Mediate a conflict
Seek to understand
Just be kind
Learn from new and uncomfortable angles
Know that no one is silent though many are not heard. Work to change this.
Learn about your local history - put names & dates on the back of old photos