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1 Office Cell Fax Toll Free Val Connell Broker / Owner EXIT Realty Town and Country Independently Owned & Operated Dave s Collision Works Ltd. FRAME & COLLISION REPAIR SPECIALISTS theaurora CERTIFIED Your Choice for Collision Repairs EXIT 18, HWY 101 MIDDLETON, N.S Vol. 36 No. 05 The many faces of air power Captain Alexandre Cadieux Canada s nearly 10 million square kilometres of land and territorial water are divided into six Canadian Armed Forces regional commands, allowing for each region to better respond to its unique needs when supporting domestic operations. Similarly, in his role as the Joint Forces Air Component Commander, the 1 Canadian Air Division (1 CAD) commander relies on a network of liaison staff, called Air Component Command Elements (ACCE), to advise and support their regional commander to meet their specific needs for air power. For the Atlantic region, the role to ensure the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) provides responsive and task-tailored air support belongs to Colonel Pat Thauberger. As an extension of 1 CAD, the ACCE is the liaison and subject matter expert on the employment of air power to the Regional Joint Task Force Commander, and can act as go-between to coordinate regional RCAF efforts, Thauberger says. In the specific context of the Atlantic region, we support Rear-Admiral John Newton, (Joint Task Force) Atlantic Commander, in his four separate and distinct roles. Mimie s PIZZA Pizza 3 Toppings plus 12 Garlic Fingers plus tax FEBRUARY 9, 2015 Middleton Cell (902): NO CHARGE During SAREX 14, held at 5 Wing Goose Bay, Colonel Pat Thauberger (left), Air Component Coordination Element (Atlantic) Commander; stands with Rear-Admiral John Newton, Commander Joint Task Force (Atlantic); Colonel Kevin Toone, Commander of the SAREX 14 Air Task Force and of 9 Wing Gander; Major Rhonda Stevens, officer in charge of Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Halifax; and Major Jean Leroux, SAREX 14 lead organizer and 103 Squadron Commanding Officer at 9 Wing Gander. We provide liaison with the wings within the region. We provide the traditional maritime air expertise and planning. We have a role in supporting the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre commander with liaison between the staff in Winnipeg to advise the commander here on force structure and readiness. And we plan the utilization of CP140 (Aurora aircraft) and CH124 Continued on page 2... Light Roadside Heavy Towing Wheel Lift & Flatbed 24 HOUR TOWING SPECIALISTS IN: Accidents Lock Outs Boosts Breakdowns Cars Heavy Haulage Tractors Trucks Buses Baby Barns RV s Motor Homes Master Corporal K.Blizzard Volkswagen Jetta Trendline 2.0L, Sedan, Automatic, A/C, 66,000 kms Info at Bruce Auto Group, Largest Auto Dealer in Western Nova Scotia Aldershot set for Special Olympics Special Olympics Nova Scotia is bringing the Provincial Winter Games to Aldershot and Kentville on the weekend of February 20, with athletes coming together to compete from across the province. The games volunteer opportunities will begin February 20 at noon at CFB Aldershot and will continue until the afternoon of February 22. Over the weekend, the following locations will be used: Aldershot camp facilities (opening ceremonies, snowshoeing, floor hockey, victory dance, and meals and accommodations) and Aldershot elementary, the Glooscap Curling Club, Ski Martock and the Kings Mutual Century Centre in Berwick; for sports including floor hockey, cross country skiing, curling, snowshoe, speed skating and figure skating. Special Olympics organizers are looking for volunteers in areas such as meals and food distribution, at the various competitions as marshals, timers, scorekeepers and medical; athlete check-in and at the athletes dance. If you are interested, contact Megan, or call x 6; or download and complete the volunteer form at 11,355 STOCK # Paul Tidman Garth Rafuse H09599A (h) (h) 994 Central Ave., Greenwood or

2 Page 2 Air power... Winter fun 14 Wing Greenwood families took advantage of a great winter afternoon January 30 to play outdoors, gathering at the Stronach Park skating pond and trail for Take The Roof Off Winter events organized by the 14 Wing Greenwood Community Centre and the Military Family Resource Centre. Games, skating, a BBQ and more meant rosy cheeks for all! Corporal S.Wilson, 14 Wing Imaging...cover (Sea King helicopter) flight hours, assigning airspace and liaising with air traffic control authorities on behalf of 1 CAD. Supporting the Atlantic coast out of Halifax presents unique challenges to Thauberger and his staff. The region itself is arguably the most diverse and dynamic of our regions, comprising the four Atlantic Provinces, and parts of Nunavut and Quebec, he says. This search and rescue region has the greatest combination of volume and complexity, and most people would be amazed at the sheer volume of marine activity operating in and transiting through every day. Beyond the number of roles encompassed by the commander, the size of the headquarters is significant, continues Thauberger. While it is clearly a very Navy-focussed HQ, we work with the HQ element of 5 Division and the Regional Joint Task Force. On the RCAF side, with the four operational wings and a detached squadron in our region, we are kept busy supporting the multiple operational and exercise missions on a daily basis. Thauberger, a veteran air navigator and now an air combat system officer of the CP140 Aurora community, has held command positions with 404, 405 and 415 squadrons in Greenwood; with the Directorate of Air Strategic Plans and the Strategic Joint Staff in Ottawa; and deployed on Operations Sharp Guard, Apollo and Athena. His recent appointment as officer in charge of ACCE (Atlantic) provides him with a new perspective on air power. This is my first posting in the operational level of command, he says. Fortunately, we have some very experienced and talented officers and NCMs that keep the operation humming along. The biggest thing I have taken away is that true joint operations are developed and take place at the operational level it s where the magic Managing Editor Directrice de rédaction Sara Keddy local/poste 5441 Business & Advertising Affaires commerciales et publicité Anne Kempton local/poste 5833 Production Coordinator Coordonnateur de production Brian Graves local/poste 5699 Administrative Clerk Commis à l administration Sandi LeBlanc local/poste 5440 Editorial Advisor Conseiller à la rédaction Lieutenant (Navy) Sylvain Rousseau local/poste 5101 theaurora happens! I have immensely enjoyed increasing our engagement and integration into the Navy s operational planning, and working with my staff to man the phones to make the operations happen, whether it be with the wings, 1 CAD, Canadian Joint Operations Command, or our international partners. In 2014, Thauberger s staff supported the planning of Exercise Vigilant Shield - a significant North American Aerospace Defense Command exercise, and traveled to 5 Wing Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, to witness the National Search and Rescue Exercise, which increased his perspective on the overall RCAF capability in that field. The colonel s staff is also regularly deployed on major and minor deployments and exercises from the Caribbean to Europe and Asia. With the high-readiness wing being mounted from two of the operational wings from the Atlantic region, 2015 promises to bring new challenges to ACCE (Atlantic). Circulation Circulation: 5,900 Mondays Lundis Agreement No. Numéro de contrat : Fax: Website Site Web : The Aurora, PO Box 99, Greenwood NS B0P 1N0 L Aurora, C.P. 99, Greenwood (N.-É.) B0P 1N0 Location Emplacement : 83A School Road, Morfee Annex Annexe Morfee CFNA AJFC Canadian Forces Newspaper Association Association des journaux des Forces canadiennes A program of CFMWS Un programme des SBMFC Mail subscriptions: annual 90 plus tax, weekly 1.85 plus tax. Abonnements par correspondance: 90 par année plus taxes, 1,85 par semaine plus taxes. CANADIAN COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER AWARD 2013 The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit, condense or reject copy or advertising to suit the aims of a service newspaper as specified in the Interim Canadian Forces Newspapers Policy and/or by the Editorial Board. Opinions and advertisements appearing in The Aurora Newspaper are those of the individual contributor or advertiser and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of 14 Wing, Greenwood or the printers. Published each Monday by 14 Wing under the authority of Colonel I.S. Huddleston, CD, Wing Commander. Le comité de rédaction se réserve le droit de réviser, de condenser ou de rejeter tout article ou message publicitaire afin de satisfaire aux exigences relatives aux journaux militaires figurant dans la Politique temporaire des journaux des Forces canadiennes. Les opinions exprimées dans ce journal sont celles des collaborateurs et ne reflètent pas nécessairement les points de vue des Forces armées canadiennes ou de la 14e Escadre. Publié chaque lundi par la 14e Escadre sous les auspices du Colonel I.S. Huddleston, CD, commandant de l Escadre. 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3 Page 3 Logistics branch marks 47 years Corporal Mathieu Gaudreault, 14 Wing Photojournalist February 1 marks the official anniversary of the Canadian Armed Forces Logistic branch. Servitum Nulli Secundus - Service Second to None - was the motto adopted by the branch 47 years ago. January 30,14 Wing Greenwood Logistics personnel gathered at the Annapolis Mess to celebrate the anniversary. An impressive and colourful cake, prepared by military cooks, represented all aspects of the branch and was a highlight of the event. Lieutenant-Colonel Brian Richardson, commanding Major Tom Bell (left), Captain Deborah York and Lieutenant-Colonel Richardson cut the cake during a ceremony to celebrate the Logistics branch s 47th anniversary. officer of the division; Major Corporal M.Gaudreault, 14 Wing Public Affairs Tom Bell, the acting com- manding officer of Wing Administration; and Major Deborah York, Wing Comptroller; presided over the ceremony, including traditional cake cutting duties. Formed in 1968, the Logistics branch now employs almost 400 members within 14 Wing Greenwood s force. Non-Commissioned members work within the trade as resource management support and postal clerks, cooks, supply ammunition and traffic technicians, and mobile support equipment operators. Officers within the branch are all logistics officers who specialize in finance, human resources, supply, foods or transport; many of them have dual specialities. Painting Services Interior & Exterior Brian Sturney Lawrencetown, NS or Cell Make Your Home s First Impression A Lasting One Ghyslaine Roy Bilingual Realtor Over 100 varieties of juice containing nicotine Reg White CD1 cell: (902) Ghyslaine Roy Exit Realty Town & Country Cell: Office: Central Ave., Greenwood Not intended to solicit those under active contract with licensed REALTORS Aurora the e! welcom e levels c n ie r e fun! All exp winter r some fo t u o n Come o Saturday, February 28th 11am- 8pm Costs range from As well there will be a 5 bus fee per person. For more information please drop in to the Community Centre or call (902) local * Please note this trip is only offered to military members, their family and those holding a valid rec.card.* It s that time of year! Here is your chance to have your business featured in a great reference for military households for an entire year. 14 Wing Greenwood Information Guide 2015 This full colour publication provides information on all activities, T squadrons and units on the wing and is distributed to all new arrivals. Advertising sizes & rates: 1/4 page 420 plus tax 1/2 page 740 plus tax Full page 1,100 plus tax Inside full page cover 1,200 plus tax Inside half page cover 815 plus tax Back cover 1,300 plus tax Deadline Feb. 12 Call Anne at local 5833 or Visit our website to view last year s guide

4 Page 4 bravo zulu promotions & presentations 14 Wing Imaging unless otherwise indicated Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Latter, Wing Operations commander (left), February 4 presented the Person of the Year award to Master Corporal Marin at the Hornell Centre Theatre, 14 Wing Greenwood. Corporal B.Kenny, A2 Imaging La conduite sécuritaire à la 14e Escadre est la responsabilité de tous Caporal-chef David Bruce, Responsable adjoint de la sécurité des routes et des véhicules, 14e Escadre Greenwood Nombreux sont ceux qui nous ont fait part de leurs GMFRC & the Casual Childcare Centre Closure Monday, February 16 for Nova Scotia Heritage Day Le CRFMG et la halte-garderie seront fermés Lundi le 16 février pour la Journée du patrimoine en Nouvelle-Écosse Franco-Fun Bowling Saturday, February 21 from 3-5 p.m. Partie de quilles franco-fun Samedi le 21 février de 15 h à 17 h Contact us! Communiquez avec nous! 24 School Rd., Greenwood ~ Facebook at St. Mark s Chapel February 18 Ash Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Holy Communion and Imposition of Ashes Wednesdays at noon starting February 25 to April 1, 12:10 p.m. to 12:40 p.m.: Holy Communion Services du carême à la chapelle St. Mark 18 Fevrier Mercredi des Cendres, 19h : Sainte Communion et Imposition des Cendres mercredi à midi commence le 25 février jusqu a 1 avril, de 12:10 à 12:40 : Sainte Communion Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Latter, Wing Operations commander (left), February 4 presented the Person of the Quarter award to Sergeant Dorosz at the Hornell Centre Theatre, 14 Wing Greenwood. Corporal B.Kenny, A2 Imaging préoccupations relativement à des endroits et à des occasions où la conduite peut être dangereuse à la 14e Escadre Greenwood. Souvenez-vous de toujours être alerte, car les accidents peuvent se produire en un clin d oeil. Soyez toujours très prudent lorsque vous circulez dans les stationnements et les secteurs non marqués. Dans le stationnement du côté est du Hangar 10, de nombreux accidents ont failli se produire entre des véhicules qui roulaient par-dessus les lignes jaunes indiquant «Pas de stationnement». Ce stationnement est démarqué, car il est parallèle à l allée Tusker. Lorsque les conducteurs ne prennent pas le temps de se rendre jusqu aux voies d entrée et de sortie marquées, ils traversent les lignes «Pas de stationnement», et se mettent eux-mêmes ainsi que les personnes qui circulent sur l allée Tusker en danger. Vous ne pouvez pas bien voir avec des véhicules stationnés des deux côtés du vôtre. Tous doivent veiller à utiliser les voies d entrée et de sortie appropriées et à faire preuve d une extrême prudence dans tous les stationnements. Dans le coin nord-est du stationnement du Hangar 5, il y a trois voies d entrée avec peu de marques. Cela devient THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE COUNTY OF KINGS 87 Cornwallis Street PO Box 100 Kentville, NS B4N 3W3 TENDER Regional Forcemain Replacement The Engineering and Public Works Section of the Municipality of the County of Kings invites tenders for the replacement of approximately 2,700 feet of 8 and 18 sewer forcemain in New Minas, Nova Scotia. Specifications and tender forms may be viewed and picked up beginning February 12, 2015 upon receipt of a non refundable deposit of 50.00, at the Municipal Complex, located at 87 Cornwallis Street, Kentville NS. Office hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Tenders may also be viewed at the Nova Scotia Construction Association, located at 260 Brownlow Avenue Unit 3, Dartmouth, N.S. Specific inquiries pertaining to this tender may be directed to Dave Bell, P. Eng.; Hiltz and Seamone: Phone: (902) SEALED TENDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 2:00PM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015 The Municipality reserves the right to reject any or all tenders, not necessarily accept the lowest tender, or to accept any which it may consider to be in its best interest. The Municipality also reserves the right to waive formality, informality or technicality in any tender. Tel: (902) Fax: (902) Toll Free: February 4, Petty Officer First Class Gosse (right) was promoted by Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Latter, Wing Operations commander at the Hornell Centre Theatre, 14 Wing Greenwood. Corporal B.Kenny, A2 Imaging de plus en plus problématique, car tous pensent qu ils ont le droit de passage; en fait, ce n est pas le cas. Selon le Code de la route en Nouvelle- Écosse, tout conducteur qui quitte un stationnement est tenu de par la loi d arrêter et de déterminer si la voie est libre avant de continuer. Lorsque deux véhicules ou plus arrivent en même temps à une intersection (marquée ou non), le véhicule à la gauche doit alors céder le passage. Peu importe le «droit de passage» que vous estimez avoir, soyez toujours entièrement prêt à céder la voie aux véhicules qui s en viennent lorsque vous vous approchez d une intersection. Vous pourriez ainsi éviter une collision. Durant les mois d hiver, laissez-vous toujours un peu plus de temps pour arriver au travail à l heure et dans le respect de la sécurité. L hiver amène aussi la présence des grosses déneigeuses sur les routes. Essayez toujours de rester à une distance appropriée de ces déneigeuses, de façon à ce qu elles puissent faire leur travail en toute sécurité. La sécurité est la responsabilité de tous : des conducteurs soucieux de la sécurité permettent à tous de profiter de routes plus sécuritaires. pensez à nos livreurs! 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5 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Page 5 Safe driving around 14 Wing everyone s responsibilit y Master Corporal David Bruce, 2 I/C Road & Vehicle Safety, 14 Wing Greenwood There have been numerous accounts and concerns of high risk driving areas reported at 14 Wing Greenwood. Remember to always be on alert, as mishaps can occur in the blink of an eye. Always use caution while proceeding through parking lots and unmarked areas. In the parking lot on the east side of Hangar 10, there have been numerous close calls between vehicles which drive over the marked yellow lines that state No parking. This parking lot is marked off, as it runs parallel with Tusker Lane. When drivers do not take the time to proceed to the marked in/ out routes, they cross over the No parking lines, putting themselves and others traveling on Tusker Lane in danger. You won t get a good line of sight with vehicles parked on both sides of your vehicle. Everyone must be sure they re using the proper in/ out routes and use extreme caution in all parking lots. In the northeast corner of the Hangar 5 parking lot, there are three entrance ways - with few markings. This ~ Obituary ~ CAMPBELL, John Jack Clyde, Greenwood, NS CAMPBELL, John (Jack) Clyde 78, of Greenwood, passed away peacefully Thursday, January 29, 2015, in the Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Truro, NS he was the son of the late Charles and Ruth (Ayling) Campbell. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Jessie (Fillier) of Greenwood; sons, Robert (Jo-Anne), Orillia, ON; John (Vickie), Lakeville, NS; Dennis (Ann), Bridgetown, NS; daughter Deborah (Peter), Amherst, NS; grandchildren, Christopher, David, Michelle, Caleb, Heather, Alicia, Michael, and Alex; great-grandsons, Noah, Aiden, Ethan, Gavin, and Eric; brothers, Bill (Judy), Carstairs, AB; Horace, Yukon; sister, Barb (Abe) Kroeger, Saskatoon, SK. Predeceased by sister, Maria (David) Murphy, Cooking Lake, AB. Jack was a member of the RCAF for 32 years and retired in 1985 in Greenwood. He was an avid hockey fan and spent many hours in the rink with his sons to cheering for his favorite team on TV. Jack enjoyed gardening, travelling in his latest RV, spending time with the grandchildren, and the many walks with his wife. Visitation was held 2 4 p.m, and 6 8 p.m. on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at the Middleton Funeral Home Ltd. Funeral service was held 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 4, 2015 in Holy Trinity Anglican Church of Canada, Middleton, Reverend Paul Jennings officiated and a reception followed. Burial was held at the Holy Trinity Cemetery after the service. Jack would appreciate any consideration of donations to the Holy Trinity Anglican Church of Canada or a charity of your choice. 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7 Page 7 Minecraft made real Youth at the 14 Wing Greenwood Community Centre s drop-in program put their Minecraft video game skills through a reality check during January, taking a pile of giant boxes and craft materials and building their own world. Next up: Lego comes to life. Submitted Family trip to the slopes February 28 Get ready to hit the slopes at Ski Martock near Windsor Saturday, February 28. A bus will leave the 14 Wing Greenwood Community Centre at 11 a.m. for Ski Martock, where you can downhill ski, cross country ski or snowboard. Ski Martock staff will get us geared up, go through our lessons and you 500 Discount to Military Families* on New & Used Vehicles USED INVENTORY will have from about noon to 7 p.m. to enjoy the hill. At 7:15 p.m., group members will get back on the bus and return to Greenwood at approximately 8 p.m. Rates for down-hill skiing and snowboarding are 25 for a day pass, equipment and lesson; 15 for a day pass and instruction, 15 for rental and instruction. For cross country skiing, the rates are 13 for pass, equipment and lesson; 8 for trail pass and lesson, 8 for rental and lesson. Helmet rental is 5 (helmets are mandatory for downhill and snowboard). All taxes are extra, and there will be an additional 5 per person charge for the bus. Please note: this trip is only for military members, their families or 14 Wing Greenwood Community Recreation Card holders. For information and to register, visit the 14 Wing Greenwood Community Centre, Church Street, before February 20, or contact local Excursion familiale à Ski Martock le 28 février Préparez-vous à dévaler les pentes près de Windsor, à Ski Martock, le 28 février. L autobus quittera le Centre communautaire de la 14e Escadre à 11 h. Vous aurez le choix entre le ski alpin, le ski de fond et la planche à neige. Le personnel de Ski Martock fournira l équipement aux participants qui en ont besoin et donnera des leçons pour que tout le monde soit prêt à skier dès midi jusqu à 19 h. L autobus quittera la station de ski à 19 h 15 et arrivera à Greenwood vers 20 h. Voici les tarifs pour le ski alpin et la planche à neige : 25 pour le laissez-passer, l équipement et la leçon; 15 pour le laissez-passer et la leçon, 15 pour l équipement et la leçon. Voici les tarifs pour DINNER THEATRE THÉÂTRE DE DÎNER le ski de fond : 13 pour le laissez-passer, l équipement et la leçon; 8 pour le laissezpasser et la leçon, 8 pour l équipement et la leçon. Le port du casque est obligatoire pour le ski alpin et la planche à neige. Le tarif pour la location d un casque est de 5. À noter que les taxes ne sont pas incluses et qu il faut prévoir des frais supplémentaires pour le transport par autobus, soit 5 par personne. Ce voyage est organisé pour les militaires et leur famille ou pour les détenteurs d une carte de loisir de la 14e Escadre. Pour obtenir plus d information ou pour s inscrire, visitez le centre communautaire de la 14e Escadre Greenwood avant le 20 février, ou composez le , poste ,950 + tax Stock Number 15-67A 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser 259 BIWEEKLY! 4.0 L, V-6, Automatic, 4WD SUV, One Owner, 42,796 kms 10,950 + tax Stock Number A 2010 Mazda 3 GX 117 BIWEEKLY! 2.0L, 4 cyl, auto, A/C, includes winter tires! ONLY 72,006 kms 20members 25non-members 28,950 + tax Stock Number U Toyota Highlander Sport 258 BIWEEKLY 3.5L, V-6 cyl, 4WD, Very Rare, Sunroof, 19 Alloy Wheels, Leather Seats, Power Lift Gate, 77,958 kms Stock Number B 15,950 + tax 2008 Honda Pilot SE 172 BIWEEKLY! V-6, SUV, Automatic, 4WD, 8 Passenger, Sunroof, DVD with wireless headphones, 63,804 kms GREENWOOD PLAYERS presents Wedded to a Villain & 11,950 + tax Stock Number B 2010 Ford Ranger Sport 126 BIWEEKLY 4.0 L, 5 spd, V-6, RWD Extended Cab Truck, 71,476 kms 13,950 + tax Stock Number A 2013 Dodge Avenger SE 110 BIWEEKLY! Automatic, 2.4 L, I-4 cyl, 4 Door Sedan, A/C, Showroom Condition, 38,526 kms 840 Park Street Kentville, NS Toll-free (902) MENU Fresh Garden Salad w. Italian Dressing Tiramisu Annapolis Mess Mess Annapolis

8 Page 8 Page 9 Winter fun ahead! Carnival events focus on families Get set for some old fashioned fun and we mean ancient at the 14 Wing Greenwood Winter Carnival. This year s events get underway February 13, with the annual kick-off pep rally at the Annapolis Mess. 14 Wing squadrons and branches in six teams, all themed around Ancient Civilizations, will be attempting to set the tone for all things Greek, Roman, Viking, Egyptian and others, all representing ancient peoples and cultures from history. Yes, Winter Carnival is competitive, with all the events and points up for grabs, says carnival committee co-chairman Captain Brian LeBreton. But I ve been really impressed with all the different ideas that have come to the committee from the volunteers, who are working off each other s energy as we have been planning for this. You can tell everyone is really working hard to make this a great winter carnival. LeBreton says the favourites hockey, curling, the pool relays and Mess leisure games are all back on this year s schedule, but he s also looking forward to seeing newer events unfold in the next couple of weeks. The float decorating contest at the pep rally: it s great to see what happens when you let people s imaginations run wild. We ve got ball hockey for adults and kids, and that s always enjoyable. And what would be a Winter Carnival without beavertails?! This year, as Friday, February 20 events bring team participants and supporters to the Fitness & Sports Cen- tre, food trucks will be set up in the parking lot with fresh beavertails and toppings and sausages on a bun. Bring a few dollars for a treat, and a chance to have a sociable noon lunch with co-workers and friends. The food trucks will be back again Saturday, February 21 during the day s family events. Those Saturday events are also new to this year s schedule, a direct response to Wing Commander Colonel Iain Huddleston s interest in seeing personnel s families come out for the fun and the camaraderie of being among friends. Winter Carnival is about coming together, and the current deployment is affecting the wing, and 405 Squadron in particular not just personnel, but their families, says carnival committee co-chair Captain David Penney. We re really inviting those families to come and be a part of events. LeBreton agrees; and, while the week s events are designed for fun, families, and coming together as a community, the week ends with the adult-oriented and popular! team lip sync challenge Saturday evening at the Annapolis Mess. Get your Winter Carnival 2015 all-access key chains now from unit representatives around the wing. The 15 key chain also gets you several chances to win one of carnival s great raffle prizes: a 1,200 travel voucher, an 800 Halifax weekend or a 500 Canadian Tire gift card. Find a full schedule on the Winter Carnival s facebook site. 14 Wing Greenwood Winter Carnival Schedule January 16 Beard growing contest underway February 6 3:30 p.m. Carnival warm up, Back Bar, Annapolis Mess 4:30 p.m. TGIF, Annapolis Mess February 13 Pep Rally, Annapolis Mess 3 p.m. Doors open 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Command Team Challenge 4 p.m. Table/ area decoration judging 5:15 p.m. Monster TGIF 5:45 p.m. 50/ 50 draw 7 p.m. to midnight Starcatchers karaoke, DJ February 17 & 18 Frasers PRO Home Centre hockey & curling tournaments, Greenwood Gardens February 19 Greenwood Gardens 1 p.m. Hockey semifinal B 1 p.m. Curling final 2:15 p.m. Hockey semifinal A 7 p.m. Opening ceremony, 50/ 50 draw 7:30 p.m. Hockey final February 20 8 a.m. Blind volleyball, F&S Centre 8:30 a.m. Ice painting, Greenwood Gardens 9 a.m. Tug of war, West side of Greenwood Gardens 10 a.m. Amazing Race, West side of Greenwood Gardens 10 a.m. Wing Commander s Revenge, pool relays, synchronized swimming, F&S Centre 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Food trucks (cash only), F&S Centre lot Noon Ball hockey (adult), F&S Centre 1:30 p.m. Ice painting judging, Greenwood Gardens 3:30 p.m. Ice Capades, Greenwood Gardens 5 p.m. Monster TGIF & pub quiz, Annapolis Mess 6 p.m. EXIT Realty family dance, Community Centre 6 p.m. darts, crud, euchre; 50/ 50 draw, beard growing contest judging; Annapolis Mess 9 p.m. to midnight DJ, Annapolis Mess February 21 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Pancake breakfast, Annapolis Mess 9 a.m. Scavenger hunt, Annapolis Mess 9 a.m. to noon Bowling, Greenwood Bowling Centre 9 a.m. to noon Ball hockey (kids), bean bag toss, board games, Minute-to-Win-it, Smarter than a 5 th Grader; Morfee Centre 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Food trucks (cash only), Morfee Centre 1 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. Free family movie, Birchall Theatre 7:30 p.m. Lip sync contest, Annapolis Mess 9 p.m. Closing ceremony, 50/ 50 draw; Annapolis Mess 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. The Persuaders (band), Annapolis Mess 405 Squadron/ 405 Squadron OPI - Corporal/ Corporal Sheehy Sparta Sparte Wing Logistics & Engineering/ Service de logistique et d ingénierie de l escadre OPI - Captain/ Capitaine McCormick Celts Celtes Hornell & MP&EU/ Hornell et UMEÉ Lieutenant/ Lieutenant Ewing Vikings Vikings Civilians and retirees may affiliate with their current or previous units Les civils et les retraités peuvent se joindre à leur unité d appartenance ou à leur unité antérieure PO2 Kim Smith, Winter Carnival pep rally co-organizer The February 13 Winter Carnival pep rally is an important event: it gets everyone in the spirit for the friendly competitions quickly approaching, with the full Winter Carnival week February 17 to 21. This year s carnival theme is Ancient Civilizations. Plans have been excitedly underway for the rally, and this is a great opportunity to get out and support your team! Attendees are encouraged to dress in costume to represent and support their teams. Points will be awarded towards the overall Winter Carnival competition. The Leadership Challenge includes Ancient Civilization Quest Games: six challenges, with a set amount of time for our commanding officers and their chief warrant officers to complete them all, while going head-to-head against the other teams command teams. 14 Air Maintenance Squadron/ 14e Escadron de maintenance (Air) OPI - Warrant Officer/ Adjudant Howitt Aztecs Aztèques Wing Administration, Wing headquarters and Wing Comptroller/ L administration de l escadre et le quartier général de l escadre et Contrôleur de l Escadre OPI - Master Corporal/ Caporal-chef White Egypt Égypte Come out and get involved in the pep rally, starting off Winter Carnival 2015 s fun. We will also be selling 50/ 50 tickets, and you will be able to purchase your carnival key chains for 10. There will be a free safe ride home program available for participants following the dance. For information on the pep rally and Winter Carnival, contact co-organizers PO2 Kim Smith or Master Corporal Cheryl Morris. Pep rally schedule 1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Table/ area decorating challenge 3 p.m. Pep rally starts 3:30 p.m. Wing Commander s address and Ancient Civilization Quest Games 4 p.m. Table/ area decoration judging 5:15 p.m. TGIF food (5 non-members) 7 p.m. Karaoke and DJ Thank you to all our sponsors Merci à tous nos commanditaires 413 Squadron/ 413e Escadron OPI - Darlene Richards Greece Grèce Cheer on carnival at opening pep rally February 13 Encourageons le carnaval à l occasion du pep rally du 13 février! M 2 Kim Smith, coorganisatrice du pep rally du carnaval d hiver Le pep rally du carnaval d hiver du 13 février est un évènement important, car il permet de mettre tout le monde dans l esprit des compétitions amicales qui approchent à grands pas, à l occasion du carnaval d hiver qui se tiendra pendant toute la semaine du 17 au 21 février. Cette année, le carnaval est placé sous le thème «Civilisations anciennes». Les plans vont bon train pour le pep rally, et c est une excellente occasion de venir supporter votre équipe! Nous encourageons les participants à se déguiser afin de représenter et de soutenir leur équipe. On attribuera des points, qui compteront pour la compétition générale du carnaval d hiver. Le concours de leadership comprend le jeu «Quête des civilisations anciennes» : six épreuves que nos commandants et leurs adjudants-chefs doivent terminer dans le laps de temps prévu, tout en se mesurant à d autres équipes de commandement. Venez participer au pep rally pour bien démarrer le carnaval d hiver 2015! Il y aura une vente des billets de 50/50, et vous aurez l occasion d acheter votre porte-clés du carnaval à 10. Un programme de retour à la maison en toute sécurité sera offert aux participants après la danse. Pour obtenir des renseignements sur le pep rally et le carnaval d hiver, veuillez communiquer avec les coorganisatrices de l évènement : le M 2 Kim Smith ou le caporal-chef Cheryl Morris. Programme du pep rally De 13 h 15 à 14 h 15 Concours de tableau/ région décorating 15 h Début du pep rally 15 h 30 Discours du commandant de l Escadre et des jeux «Quête des civilisations anciennes» 16 h Tableau/ région décoration décision du jury 17 h 15 Repas TGIF (5 non-militaires) 19 h Karaoké et disc-jockey Calendrier 14e ere Greenwood Carnaval d hiver 16 janvier Concours de barbes en cours 6 février 15 h 30 Préambule au Carnaval, Back Bar, mess Annapolis 16 h 30 TGIF, mess Annapolis 13 février Séance de motivation, mess Annapolis 15 h Ouverture des portes 15 h 30 à 16 h Défi de l équipe de commandement 16 h Tableau/ région décoration décision du jury 17 h 15 TGIF monstre 17 h 45 Tirage moitié-moitié 19 h à minuit Karaoké et DJ avec Starcatchers 17 et 18 février Frasers PRO Home Centre tournoi de hockey et de curling, Greenwood Gardens 19 février Greenwood Gardens 13 h Demi-finale B du tournoi de hockey 13 h Finale du tournoi de curling 14 h 15 Demi-finale A du tournoi de hockey 19 h Cérémonie d ouverture, tirage moitié-moitié 19 h 30 Finale du tournoi de hockey 20 février 8 h Volleyball aveugle, Centre de CP et S 8 h 30 Peinture sur glace, Greenwood Gardens 9 h Souque à la corde, Le côté ouest des Jardins de Greenwood 10 h La Super Cours, Le côté ouest des Jardins de Greenwood 10 h Revanche du commandant de l Escadre, relais en piscine, nage synchronisée,centre de CP et S 11 h à 16 h Cantines mobiles (comptant seulement), terrain du Centre de CP et S Midi Hockey-balle (adultes), Centre de CP et S 13 h 30 Décision du jury Peinture sur glace, Greenwood Gardens 15 h 30 Ice Capades, Greenwood Gardens 17 h TGIF monstre et jeu-questionnaire, mess Annapolis 18 h EXIT Realty danse familiale, Centre communautaire 18 h Fléchettes, crud, euchre; tirage moitié-moitié; décision du jury de concours de barbes; mess Annapolis 21 h à minuit DJ, mess Annapolis 21 février 8 h à 10 h Déjeuner aux crêpes, mess Annapolis 9 h Chasse aux trésors, mess Annapolis 9 h à midi Quilles, Salle de quilles de Greenwood 9 h à midi Hockey-balle (enfants), jeu de poches, jeux de société, 60 secondes chrono, La classe de 5e; Centre Morfee 10 h à 13 h Cantines mobiles (comptant seulement), Centre Morfee 13 h et 15 h 30 Film gratuit pour toute la famille, amphithéâtre Birchall 19 h 30 Concours de lip-sync, mess Annapolis 21 h Cérémonie de clôture, tirage moitié-moitié; mess Annapolis 21 h 30 à 1 h The Persuaders (groupe musical), mess Annapolis En avant pour les plaisirs d hiver! Les activités du carnaval mettent l accent sur les familles Préparez-vous à avoir du plaisir comme au bon vieux temps c està-dire à l ancienne lors du carnaval d hiver de la 14 e Escadre Greenwood. Les activités de cette année démarrent le 13 février par le lancement annuel du pep rally au mess Annapolis. Les escadrons et branches de la 14 e Escadre, répartis en six équipes sous le thème des civilisations anciennes, tenteront de donner le ton pour tout ce qui a trait aux civilisations grecque, romaine, viking, égyptienne et autres, qui représentent toutes des peuples et des cultures anciennes de l histoire. «Oui, le carnaval d hiver est un événement compétitif, avec toutes les activités et les points à rafler. Mais j ai été vraiment impressionné par toutes les différentes idées que le Comité a reçues de la part des bénévoles, qui travaillent ensemble pendant les préparatifs. On peut dire que tout le monde travaille vraiment dur pour offrir un grand carnaval d hiver», affirme le capitaine Brian LeBreton, coprésident du Comité du carnaval d hiver. LeBreton dit que les favoris hockey, curling, l épreuve de relais (natation) et les jeux de loisirs du mess ont tous été reconduits au programme de cette année, mais espère voir de nouvelles activités se dérouler au cours des prochaines semaines. «Le concours de décoration d objets flottants lors du pep rally : c est formidable de voir ce qui se produit lorsqu on permet aux gens de laisser libre cours à leur imagination. Nous avons le hockey-balle pour adultes et enfants, une activité qui a toujours été agréable. Et que serait un carnaval d hiver sans queues de castor?» Cette année, étant donné que les activités du vendredi 20 février se tiendront au Centre de conditionnement physique et de sports, des camions de restauration seront installés dans le parc de stationnement pour offrir aux participants et aux supporters des queues de castor fraîches ainsi que des saucisses sur petit pain avec garnitures. Apportez quelques dollars pour vous acheter un petit cadeau et pour apprécier le repas du midi avec vos collègues et amis. Le camion de restauration reviendra samedi le 21 février lors des activités de la journée de la famille. Ces activités du samedi ont été ajoutées au calendrier de cette année, en réponse directe au désir du commandant de l escadre, le colonel Iain Huddleston, de voir les familles des militaires venir célébrer et de constater la camaraderie entre amis. «Le carnaval d hiver se veut une occasion de rassemblement, et le déploiement actuel touche l escadre en général, et le 405 e Escadron en particulier pas seulement le personnel, mais aussi leurs familles. Nous invitons vraiment ces familles à venir participer aux activités», dit le coprésident du comité du carnaval d hiver, le capitaine David Penney. LeBreton est du même avis. Les activités de la semaine sont destinées à l amusement, aux familles et au renforcement communautaire. Ainsi, la semaine s achève par un concours de synchronisation labiale (lip-sync) populaire pour adultes, qui se tiendra le samedi soir au mess Annapolis. Procurez-vous dès maintenant votre chaîne porte-clés à accès illimité du carnaval d hiver 2015 auprès des représentants d unité qui se trouvent dans l escadre. Le porte-clés de 15 vous offre également plusieurs chances de gagner un des gros lots du tirage au sort du carnaval : un certificat de voyage d une valeur de 1 200, une fin de semaine à Halifax d une valeur de 800 ou un chèque-cadeau de Canadian Tire de 500. Vous trouverez le calendrier complet des activités sur le site Facebook du carnaval d hiver. AURORA INN

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10 Page 11 Figure Skating team coach Cheryle Gaston-McMullen of Middleton From February 13 to March 1, Prince George and Northern British Columbia will play host to 2,400 athletes, 1,000 coaches and officials, up to 4,500 volunteers, hundreds of media and thousands of visitors. Athletes and supporters across Nova Scotia are getting their bags packed to compete. Highlighting the Berwick area representation is curler Jennifer Smith, the mate on the women s curling team. This team just won Members save hundreds on their insurance! Call today to save on your home & auto insurance with our group programs. Sandra Zwicker CAIB (H) Middleton, NS Tel: (902) Taking care of people. It s what we do. Figure skater Alexandre Robert of Kingston Local athletes set for Canada Games its second straight girls junior championship in December and competed at their second Canadian Juniors in Corner Brook in January. Figure skater Alexandre Robert from Kingston, along with Cheryle Gaston-McMullen of Middleton, as the provincial skating team s manager; are both attending the Games. Robert was in Ontario in December as a prenovice skater at the Skate Canada Challenge Championships. Fred King, CD1 REALTOR Cell: Office: Central Ave. PO Box 1741, Greenwood, NS B0P 1N0 Curler Jennifer Smith of Berwick The men s hockey team includes Valley Midget Wildcat Cole Rafuse of Kingston. There are five locals on the squash team, including Berwick s Brianna Hamilton as an alternate, two from Kentville - Douglas and Taylor Kosciukiewicz, Nick Sangster from Hantsport and coach Janet MacLeod from New Minas. Ceilidh McGean is an alternate from Kingston on the trampoline team. Valley readers encouraged to find a book For the third year in a row, the Annapolis Valley Regional Library (AVRL) will be participating in International Book Giving Day. International Book Giving Day is celebrated world-wide February 14 each year. The goal is to get books into the hands of as many children as possible, including teens and adults. People are encouraged worldwide to give a book to someone: leave a book in a waiting room for children to read, or donate a gently used book to a local library, hospital or shelter; or to an organization that distributes used books to children in need internationally. During the week of February 9 to 14, Valley branch libraries will be hiding wrapped gift books in the community. Whoever finds the book gets to keep it - or share it with a friend. Donated, gently used books are used as the give-aways. Look for pictures of the hidden books on Facebook, Twitter and the AVRL website. If you find a book, use the #giveabook hashtag to let the library know! FOSTER S FIRE & SAFETY LTD. Cambridge, Kings County B0P 1G CERTIFIED IN KITCHEN, RESTAURANT & OFF-ROAD FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS services & trades Contact Anne at local 5833 for info Business card directory Black and white 2 columns by 25 agate lines/ 3.25 inches by 1.75 inches Six week commitment 179 plus tax (regular line rate = 213 about a 16 per cent savings) Single insertion plus tax theaurora Low Minimum Orders JASON BEZANSON ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION 9594 South Farmington RR1 Wilmot, NS B0P 1W Specializing in Roofing Free Estimates Fuel for Less, Waterville, N.S (Oil delivery 6 days a week) off 450 Litres with card 820 Main Street, Kingston Durland, Gillis & Schumacher Associates Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries W. Bruce Gillis, Q.C. Blaine G. Schumacher, CD (Also of the Alberta Bar) Counsel: Clare H. Durland, Q.C. (Non-Practicing) Phone (902) Fax (902) Commercial Street P.O. Box 700, Middleton, NS B0S 1P0 RALPH FREEMAN MOTORS LTD. YOUR LOCAL USED CAR DEALER Licensed Mechanic Available on Site U-Haul Dealer call (902)

11 Page 12 fy The Aurora publishes items of interest to the community submitted by not-for-profit organizations. Submissions are limited to approximately 25 words. Items may be submitted to our office, 83A School Road (Morfee Annex), 14 Wing Greenwood; by fax, ; or Dated announcements are published on a first-come, first-served basis, and on-going notices will be included as space allows. To guarantee your announcement, you may choose to place a paid advertisement. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, 9:30 a.m., previous to publication unless otherwise notified. Le commandant publie des avis d intérêt public soumis par des organisations à but non lucratif. Ces avis doivent se limiter à environ 25 mots. Les avis peuvent être soumis à nos bureaux, au 83A, School Road, (annexe Morfee), 14e Escadre Greenwood, par fax au ou par courriel à l adresse Les annonces avec date sont publiées selon le principe du premier arrivé, premier servi, et les avis continus seront inclus si l espace le permet. Si vous voulez être certain que votre avis soit publié, vous voudrez peut-être acheter de la publicité. La date de tombée des soumissions est à 9 h 30 du matin le jeudi précédent la publication, à moins d avis contraire. metro crossword solution page 14 ACROSS 59. No. Albanian dialect (abbr.) 1. Fashion dandy 60. No (Scottish) 26. Encircle (archaic) 4. Cycles per second 61. Blatted 27. death do us part 7. Strikebreaker 64. X2 = a Pacific tourist 28. A single unit 11. Aquatic reptile commune 29. A siemens (informal) 65. AKA option key 30. Prohibition 13. Express pleasure 66. Angelina s spouse 31. V. William s clothing line 14. Swiss river 67. Wedding Crashers 32. Scotland s poet s initials 15. Contains cerium Wilson 37. Auto 17. Ribonucleic acid 68. Grassland, meadow 38. Single spot card in 18. On top 69. Laughing to self a deck 19. Taxis (texting) 39. Crow sound 21. Banking machine 40. Former CIA 22. Small salamander DOWN 42. Factory where arms are 23. Voltage 1. Licenses TV stations made 25. Pointed summit 2. Metal-bearing mineral 43. Radioactive unit 27. DWTS host 3. Meat from a pig (alt. 44. Scoundrel 33. In a way, smoked sp.) 45. Freshwater duck genus 34. Peat moss source 4. A bottle with a stopper decades 35. W. African nation Sierra 5. Short laboured breath 48. Makes tractors 6. Hair washing soap Cocoa plum tree 7. Steam bath 51. Southeast Nigeria 41. Holiday (informal) 8. R.U.R. playwright people 44. Venezuelan capital Karel 52. Arab sailing vessel 46. DWTS hostess 9. Beside one another 54. Hay bundle 48. Hideouts in lines 56. Blood type 50. Actress Lupino 10. Not straight 57. Driver compartment 51. The content of cognition 12. Former OSS 58. Das Kapital author 53. Point one point N of 16. Truck driver s radio Marx due E 20. Dried-up 62. Consume food 55. Plunder a town 24. Million gallons per day 63. Dental degree metro crossword brought to you compliments of 954 Central Avenue Greenwood Luncheon February 10, the Kingston Lions community luncheon will be held from noon to 1 p.m. at the Kingston Lions hall. Come out and enjoy roast beef with all the fixings, coffee, tea and dessert. Cost is 9 at the door or 9.50 delivered (Kingston/ Greenwood area only, deliveries must be ordered by 10:30 A.M. Call to place an order). Luncheon February 10, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., come for a soup luncheon at the Berwick United Church. Freewill offering. At CentreStage Sex Please We re Sixty (a farce with mature content): Come and chase the winter blahs away with the people who frequent Mrs. Stancliffe s Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast. Meet Bud the Stud, who is very interested in romantic interludes with Mrs. Stancliffe s guests, Victoria, Hillary and Charmaine; and Henry, Mrs. S s would-be suitor, who has invented a little blue pill, Venusia. February 13, 14. Doors open 8 p.m. or 2 p.m. Tickets 15/ 12 ( for reservations). CentreStage Theatre, 61 River Street, Kentville; www. Supper February 14, volunteers with the Margaretsville fire hall invite you to an Eatyour Heart Out Valentine supper. 30 per couple; tickets available at the Middleton Scotia Bank or by contacting Wenda, ; or Suzanne, Treat that special person to a scrumptious Three easy ways to enter. 1. Through our website: 2. Fax: Drop into our office located on 83A School Road (Morfee Annex) Find & Win Entry deadline: Noon, February 12, 2015 Full name Phone number Complete the following questions from ads in this week s issue and win a 14 inch 2-topping pizza from Mimie s Pizza, Greenwood. Coupon valid for 30 days. 1. When do the Bronze Cross course start? 2. Who sells jewellery? 3. Whose post office box is 700? 4. What business is located at 683 Central Ave.? 5. Who is the President of Nova Millwrights? Congratulations to last week s winner: CHERYL DYER meal and support the Margaretsville Volunteer Fire Department. Fundraiser February 15, 2 p.m., delight and devour at the Annapolis Valley Honour Choir s annual Sweets for the Sweet musical café at the Louis Millet Community Centre, New Minas. Entertainment will include the AVHC s Junior Choir, and a variety of entertaining talents (musical and otherwise) showcased by the choristers. Tickets 15, 10 for students; and include drinks and dessert. Snowshoe hike February 15, 1:30 p.m., Cornwallis Park snowshoe trek. Preregistration at or Snowshoes on loan and directions during pre-registration. For more information and trek ratings visit community-recreation/recre- ation-programs-activities/395- snowshoe-annapolis-county. Snowshoe hike February 16, 9:30 a.m., family snowshoe trek day, Mickey Hill Provincial Park, Annapolis County. Pre-registration required at or Snowshoes on loan and directions upon pre-registration. Meeting February 16, 7 p.m., the Canadian Cancer Society s Kingston/ Greenwood Living With Cancer Support Group will meet in the St. Mark s Protestant Chapel Annex, Church Street, Greenwood. Coordinator for the Mid-Valley Palliative Care Volunteer Services, Anna Goski, will be the guest speaker. Cancer patients, family and friends and those seeking information on cancer are encouraged to attend. For information: Lloyd Graham ( ). Bridge February 16, 1 p.m., play bridge at St. John s United Church, Middleton. All players welcome. Shrove Tuesday supper February 17, 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., at the Waterville & District fire hall, County Home Road, Waterville, Kings County. Hosted by Hardwood Lake Girl Guide Camp, enjoy pancakes, baked beans, ham and dessert. All welcome, freewill offering will support camp renovations and programs. This is a Scotiabank matched funds fundraising event. Supper February 17, 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Pine Ridge Middle School Concert Band, supported by Greenwood Scotiabank, is holding a pancake supper at the Aylesford United Church (2414 Highway 1). Freewill admission. For details: Supper February 17, 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., All Saints A.C.W. will be holding its annual Shrove Tuesday supper at All Saints Church Hall, Pleasant Street, Kingston (turn west off Bridge Street). Ham, baked beans, scalloped potatoes, pancakes and gingerbread. Cost: 10, family rates available. There will be take out. Music show February 21, 6 p.m. for 7 p.m. start: Kingston Lions variety music show in the Kingston Lions hall. Admission 6, 50/ 50 tickets, canteen, wheelchair accessible. Featured local entertainers are: Lois and the Country Kids, Bruce Dewar and Wanda (Newfie). Breakfast February 21, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., enjoy breakfast at the Aylesford United Church. Freewill offering. Everyone welcome. Book sale February 21, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Annapolis Valley Regional Library will celebrate the 2015 Bridgetown Winterfest with a huge book sale at the Trojan Sports Centre, 26 Bay Road, Bridgetown. Lots to choose from; all ages. Bring a bag and stock up - prices too good to be true! Snowshoe hike February 22, 1:30 p.m., Nictaux snowshoe trek. Pre-registration at or Snowshoes on loan and directions during pre-registration. For information and trek ratings visit community-recreation/recre- ation-programs-activities/395- snowshoe-annapolis-county. Luncheon February 24, the Middleton and Area Fireflies will serve up a delicious, homecooked meal, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Middleton fire hall. Pork pies (8), corn chowder or split pea/ ham soup (7 each), rhubarb crisp or almost Black Forest cake for dessert; plus tea and coffee. 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12 Page 13 Greenwood women, men knocked out at hockey regionals sudoku It was a three-way pool on ice, as the Canadian Armed Forces hosted its Atlantic Regional tournament January 28 through 30. Coached by Master Warrant Officer Kevin Hickey, the 14 Wing Greenwood women s team includes Captain Mary Cameron-Kelly, Captain Caitlin Clapp, Master Warrant Officer Darlene Donovan, Master Corporal Pamela Evans, Sergeant Paula Hickey, Corporal Jaclyn Kennedy, Captain Dawn Macauley, Captain Mary MacDonald, Master Corporal Johanie Maheu, Captain Serena Palmer, 2nd Lieutenant Steph Stone, Warrant Officer Helene Trudel, Master Corporal Jenn Watson, Warrant Officer Pamela Tochor. The Greenwood men s team included Master Corporal Carey Boozan, Master Corporal Kevin Connors, Master Corporal Dave Jenkins, Corporal Chris Lindsay, Corporal John Low, Corporal Andrew Maxwell, Corporal Anthony McConnachie, Captain Mark McNeill, Corporal Stephane Paquette, Sergeant Mike Pastuck, Corporal Andrew Holmes, Corporal Craig Henman, Master Corporal Adam Phillips, Corporal Todd Mac- Donald, Corporal Adam Briggs, Corporal Matt Metivier, Master Corporal Jeffery Hull, Corporal Adam Sommerfeld. The women opened January 28, with Gagetown vs Halifax, which won 2-1. Greenwood solution page 14 Fun By The Numbers Here s How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! patrick s puzzle solution page 14 horoscopes February 8 - February 14 sudoku brought to you compliments of patrick s puzzle brought to you compliments of horoscopes brought to you compliments of ~NEW~ Montreal Smoked Meat Sub Limited time offer Middleton Greenwood women were on the ice that evening against Gagetown and won 4-1. January 29, Greenwood started the morning facing off against Halifax, and lost 5-2. In men s action, Halifax opened with wins against Gagetown and Halifax January 28. Greenwood men were on the ice that evening against Gagetown and lost, setting up a repeat in the semi-final January 29. The women s semi-final was that evening, with Greenwood meeting Gagetown and winning again, 2-1. Halifax met Greenwood for the women s final January 30 and, heading into the third period, it was tied at one. I want to upgrade anytime. We re hanging on your every word. So we created Anytime Upgrades. Greenwood, playing with only two lines, ran out of steam and Halifax, with four balanced lines, scored three more goals en route to a 4-1 victory. In the men s semi, Greenwood faced Gagetown, opening with the first goal but ending up losing 4-1, despite spectacular goaltending from Greenwood s Corporal Adam Briggs, chosen game MVP; allowing Gagetown to head to the final against the unbeaten Halifax team. There, Gagetown held leads of 1-0 and 2-1; Halifax stormed back with three second period goals and won 4-3. The Halifax women are off to Borden February 21 to 26, and the Halifax men off to Borden March 7 to 13. Greenwood Mall Learn more about Anytime Upgrades at telusmobility. delivery tips The safety of Aurora Newspaper carriers is important, and we thank our readers for their efforts to keep our carriers safe en route. Carriers will deliver to addresses that are well-lit, clear of obstacles, ice and snow. Carriers use their discretion approaching addresses with animals present. 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Make the most of your energy and help others harness theirs if given the chance. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, you work best when you have a plan in place. While you are not usually appreciative of surprises, this week you are willing to be a little more flexible. FRASER S If you would like to pause or stop delivery of The Aurora Newspaper, please contact local LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 A disagreement at work has you unsure about what side to support, Libra. Stay neutral for the time being until you can get a better grasp of the situation. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, focus on issues at work this week. Channel your energy into productivity at the office, and know that there will be time to daydream down the road. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 You may feel strong winds of change blowing in your direction, Sagittarius, and you do not know what is in store for you. Sometimes it can be exciting to be surprised. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, look forward to the weeks ahead, as some good news is on the horizon. Allow others around you to share in the good times ahead. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, revisit your career goals this week. Even if your goals seem ever-changing, it can be productive to re-examine them from time to time. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Keep things simple this week, Pisces. You will have a lot on your plate in the days ahead, but it s nothing you can t handle. Home Centre BERWICK KINGSTON KENTVILLE BRIDGETOWN ANNAPOLIS ROYAL

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14 Page 15 Cadets on course at NS biathlon event Sixty of Nova Scotia s best Cadet biathletes took to the biathlon range at Ski Martock, Windsor, in search of provincial gold January 24 to 26. The competition, which brought together the top qualifiers from the various Cadet biathlon zone championships conducted in late 2014, pitted youth ages 12 to 18, members of the Canadian Cadet Organization, of various age categories; against one another in two classic biathlon races: the sprint and the pursuit. The Nova Scotia Cadet Biathlon Championship was run alongside Biathlon Nova Scotia s provincial championships. In addition to competitors, approximately 15 Cadets assisted with running the event through officiating and other event coordination tasks. Top male and female teams will move on to represent Nova Scotia at the Regional Cadet Biathlon Championships February 28 to March 1 at Ski Martock. Brodie MacInnis, right, of 517 Air Cadets in Greenwood placed third in the Male Youth 7.5 km sprint and the Male Youth 10 km pursuit. He competed as a member of the male composite team. Submitted Middleton for Hockeyville Meet Middleton s 2015 Youth Ambassadors Allyson Evans The process of becoming a Youth Ambassador for the Town of Middleton is one that I will never forget and that has thought me many valuable life lessons. It was a pleasure to spend my summer attending various town events, participating with members of the town, my fellow contestants and the community s youth. The process was clothing footwear jewellery antiques giftware Like us on Facebook 775 Central Ave., Greenwood Commercial St., Middleton full of unique experiences like attending Middleton in Action day camp, working with the recreation department, meeting a service group, and giving speeches to the town, while also meeting some incredible new people. I was given the Middleton Rotary club as my service group, this allowed me to learn about everything they do, and have done, while attending Middleton is Kraft Hockeyville Thanks for shopping local! a meeting of theirs and speaking on the topic of volunteerism. The Rotarians are an amazing group of people. The other major part of becoming a youth ambassador is creating a project plan of a project you will carry out if selected as a youth ambassador; my project, a tourism video of the great things in our town will soon be in the making. As a youth ambassador, I am thoroughly looking forward to participating in my town, showing others what it has to offer, while also meeting all the incredible people who live in our community. Kyra Britany My name is Kyra Britney and I am a Youth Ambassador for the Town of Middleton this year. My entire experience in the Youth Ambassador program has been amazing. As a candidate, I got the opportunity to do so many great things, like volunteer at town events, work alongside my awesome fellow candidates, do some public speaking and learn from my volunteer service group, The Soldiers Memorial Health Auxiliary, as well as the other service groups. I took so much away from being a youth ambassador candidate, as I m sure each one of us did. Thank you to the youth ambassador committee, FRASER S PR town council, our volunteer service groups, my amazing fellow candidates, and the Town of Middleton for giving me such an unforgettable and valuable experience. I m so excited to continue my role as a Youth Ambassador along with Allyson. I hope everyone has a great year. My project is to make portable chalkboards that will be at different town events for people to leave inspiring and positive messages about our town and life here. home centre Go Middleton for Kraft Hockeyville BERWICK KINGSTON KENTVILLE BRIDGETOWN ANNAPOLIS ROYAL Cheryl Tardif, CD, CH, nd Naturotherapy Consultant Certified Hypnotherapist Psychotherapist Reiki Master Middleton Give your own heart love for Valentine s Day. Try Hypnosis to Stop Smoking. Sessions covered by private medical insurance. MAKE YOUR NEXT EVENT A HIT WITH SUBWAY! Middleton Greenwood LIGHT ROADSIDE HEAVY TOWING WHEEL LIFT & FLATBED 24 HOUR TOWING SPECIALISTS IN: Accidents Lock Outs Boosts Breakdowns Cars Heavy Haulage Tractors Trucks Buses Baby Barns RV s Motor Homes Middleton Cell (902):

15 Page 16 Middleton for Hockeyville Heart of hockey? You bet! Kraft Hockeyville : We are a country passionate about hockey. It brings us together as fans, friends, family and, ultimately, as a community. Hockey has built so many of our communities, and those communities, in return, have helped define hockey in Canada. The place where this all comes together is the local arena. Without repairs and upgrades, we risk losing not just a piece of our cultural identity, but our community spirit. Any community within Canada with a hockey arena, a love for hockey and needs help raising money to reach their goal was invited to submit a Hockeyville nomination by February 8. Middleton Heart of the Valley! Home of the Mustangs! The Blues! The Monarchs! Middleton was already on its way to proving its love of hockey, with a kickoff party in January, a flash mob hosted by the community minor hockey organization, a coaches on-ice matchup and an active facebook presence. Add your support comments and pictures at The Top 10 finalists will be chosen by a judging panel, and announced March 14: five from The East (P.E.I, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Quebec or Ontario) and five from The West (Nunavut, N.W.T., B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba); then, communities have to make sure they spread the word to get as many votes as possible in the first round of voting, underway March 21. March 28, vote between the top two finalists and help pick the winner! The winning Kraft Hockeyville community will be announced on Hockey Night in Canada later this spring. Not only will they have the opportunity to host an NHL pre-season game, they will also win 100,000 in arena upgrades. Second prize is 100,000 in arena upgrades and third prize is 25,000 in arena upgrades (to each of the eight communities). The Capitol Supports Middleton's Kraft hockeyville Machine Shop Certified Welding High Pressure Welding Aluminum Welding Fabrication Installations Repair/Rebuilds Hydraulics Maintenance Portable Line Boring Nova Millwrights P.0. Box 758, Middleton, NS B0S 1P0 Steve Horridge (President) 11 Freeman Street Middleton Industrial Park Tel: (902) Cell: (902) Fax: (902) LIMITED 333 Main Street, Middleton NS Hwy #1 Wilmot, NS 16 Draft Beers on Tap 2 Sub Zero Lines Frozen Cocktails Award Winning Chef Family Friendly Only 15 Minutes From Greenwood on Highway 1 CAPITOL COACH WE LL GET YOU HERE, WE LL GET YOU HOME Specializing in Volkswagen sales, parts & service Largest selection of RVs in the Annapolis Valley ~ Auto Sales and Service ~ Hwy #1, Middleton ~ RV Sales ~ 56 Brooklyn St., Middleton FOR COMPLETE INVENTORY VISIT

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