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Small Town Cape Breton Supports Unique Lobster Tree Fundraiser

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It’s not every day that you see 115 lobster traps piled in the shape of a Christmas tree, by the side of the road. Danny Leslie, owner of L’Ardoise General Store, said he got the idea from people who were setting them up in Maine, when he saw them on television at Christmastime. From there Danny decided that if that community could do it, well, so could his. Danny and his wife, Dawn, collected 115 lobster traps from lobster fisherman in the small town of Lower L’Ardoise, Cape Breton, N.S.,

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A Day At Camp Scotian Glen

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Scotian Glen Camp hosted children from the Halifax area last week, as 94 children aged 7-12 were busy having fun in the sun. Though the weather was warm, that didn’t seem to slow the campers down one bit. During pool

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Video: Children’s singing company thriving in Kentville

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The children have something to sing about in Kentville, N.S. The Salvation Army’s Kentville Community Church has a thriving children’s singing program, comprised of children from the Corps as well as the community. Around 20 children participate in the singing company called Kids ROCK (Kids Reaching Out for Christ’s Kingdom). They sing at the Corps every second week, and reach out to the community through public events as well. “We have a wonderful music program here at our Corps,” says Roxanne Seaman, Youth Music Coordinator. “We have a number of