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You will want to attend the 5th Annual Bennett and Albert County Health Care (BACH) Foundation Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The format is a 4 person scramble, shotgun start at 10:00am. Each team is expected to have a minimum 50 handicap.
The cost to play in this year's tournament is $20 for members, $50 for non-members and $15 per person plus HST for a golf cart. Course members who already pay for a cart rental as part of their membership pay $20.
“Alma Through The Ages”
Schedule Of Events (tentative)
For Immediate Release
May 1, 2019
Join us on Saturday, May 18th at 1 pm for the Official Unveiling of the new “Acadians in Albert County” exhibit. This project’s recognition of Acadian settler’s contribution towards the rich cultural heritage of Albert County, will be a part of the Season Opening festivities taking place on May 18th. Visitors will be able to tour the Museum and take part in the event. Refreshments will be offered after presentations from local dignitaries, government officials and members of the Board of Directors. Learn more about the Albert County Museum & RB Bennett Centre by visiting www.albertcountymuseum.com.
This is the Fundy Studio Tour’s 21st year! The new season begins with a grand opening on the long weekend of May 18th. Something special is happening at each of the participating artisans to give back to the community through sharing their passion and art.
April 23, 2019: Albert County, NB Employment and Social Development Canada Press Release
Organizations across Fundy Royal are creating opportunities for seniors to continue to make significant and valuable contributions to their families, communities and country. However, there can be barriers for seniors to access these programs and opportunities. The Albert County Museum and Tele-Drive Albert County recognized these issues in the Albert County area and are working together to ensure seniors in the area can access their programming.
It all started with an Ugly Sweater Christmas Dance Party held early December 2018. The purpose of the event was to bring the community and surrounding areas together for a night of fun and to give back to the community. A BIG thank-you to The Fundy Curling Club for donating the use of the building and to Ethel Butland for the donation of mittens; both contributions to our first playground fundraiser were greatly appreciated.
By Joanne Butland
The Chipoudy Community Revitalization Committee (CCRC) hosted its 4th Annual Job Fair in April. We would like to thank the employers and job seekers for their participation. We welcome suggestions that could improve this event in the future.
By Trisha Leaver
Using business as a force for good isn’t just an idea. It’s a move-ment that’s happening across the country and around the world. Companies everywhere are retooling their mission and vision statements, and updating their business plans to reflect values that put people and the environment first.
Wins for Hillsborough Huskies
By Mark Nelson
The 2018/2019 season was a great success for Hillsborough Huskies Hockey. While we were fortunate to have one Midget team make it all the way to the provincial semi-finals, numerous tournament wins and seven great teams of Huskies, a lot of us involved with the association would say our crowning moment of the season came at the end of the Finals of the Joe Lamontagne Tournament in Cole Harbour, NS, where our two midget teams squared off.
Submitted by Kat Hallett
Ten Albert County businesses were recognized for outstanding service and commitment to community at the second annual Albert County Chamber of Commerce (ACCofC) Business Excellence Awards Gala.
by Wilfred Savoie