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GUESTBOOK LOG REPORT #45
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Update Dec 31, 2000
Name: Ron Melanson
Location: Greenwood ,NovaScotia
Comments: Hiya do'n just surfn around ,born and raised in Yarmouth ,u
should add a link on this site to (http://www.klis.com/yarmouthalumni/)
this is a site for all the people who have gone to Yarmouth
regional High School ,a good place to find old friends an school chums
Comments: hey arcadians
Comments: Just seeing what the ``back home'' is up to.
Comments: This is fantastic and I know your mom and dad gave you lots
of information. I just wish your mom would allow you to use some
of the other pictures from the Old AME Church. kmf
Comments: I really enjoyed the presentation on Kemptville as I spent
as much time as I could at the Oakland Lake camp when we lived in Yarmouth,
and since moving to Wisconsin.tHANK YOU VERY MUCH.
Comments: just visiting a piece of home while here in ontario. god bless
all my family there.
Comments: I read your advertising in Sunday Shopping. I was surprised
to see Yarmouth not wanting Sunday Shopping. Yarmouth being a tourist town,
needs tourist to spend money in their community. The major complaint
has been the lack of shopping for tourist. The tourist have the money
and want to be able to spend it. I agree with family values, and
time for the family, is there a happy medium?
Comments: very nice
Comments: Want to visit your city sometime next spring. Looing
Name: roger amero rog
Comments: I have been to your town many,many times,
and there isn't anything that I seen that
Name: Bob&Susan LeBlanc
Location: Gatineau Quebec
Comments: Nice to have a look every now and again,,Had a great time
this summer,,thanks to winnie surette,,for the Homecoming 2000 celebrations..Took
lots of pics and posted a page for the Homecoming 2000,,on my web site
Hope all is well back home..Bye fer now..
Comments: 'Just a quick note to say hello and a heartfelt "Merry Christmas" to all the folks in and from Yarmouth. I'm heartened by the amount of folk who can relate to the poem that I submitted awhile back entitled "HOME". 'Nice to know that I'm not the only Yarmouthian who gets rather homesick every now and then. I wrote a little Christmas "ditty" the other day, and I'd like to share it with you ...
The Other Side Of Christmas
easy, my friend, to be joyful
When your pockets are jingling with gold.
It's easy to praise all the gods that you raise
When you've never been hungry or cold.
It's easy to say,"What a great Christmas Day!"
When your larder is laden with store ...
But how would you feel if you had to deal
With life like the hard-working poor?
If you had naught to spend and had to depend
On the Food Bank for something to eat,
Would you still feel the glow that you often show
When greeting the people you meet?
When your pay has been spent to cover the rent,
And collectors are parked at your door ...
And the bills are piled high but as hard as you try,
You just can't keep up anymore ...
When corporate greed has placed you in need
And the taxman has lower'd his sword,
Would you still feel like singing
When the bells start to ringing,
And praising the One you call "Lord"?
is lost to the outrageous cost
Of keeping a roof o'er one's head,
And the notion of giving gives way to just living
And keeping one's family fed.
So ... to you who still care, I offer this prayer:
"May your day be unbridled by debt.
And, may God up above bless the ones that you love
With a Christmas you'll never regret."
My best wishes to all over this holiday season and beyond.
Comments: This is a cool page
Comments: Hi i am married to ronald harding from the yarmouth area he
has all kinds relatives down there have not seen them for years but i can
honestly say beautiful country down there lovely homepage keep up the good
Comments: you have beautiful home pages, and your community can be proud
...very informative .....
Just trying to do some research on Raynardton. I am the grandson of a Raynard (Marion Bronk (Raynard)).
Comments: We are summer residents of Carleton. Miss everyone and
just wanted to say hi.
Comments: i came upon your site when looking for info on b12!! i have lots of 'history' in yarmouth. my grandfather was edgar j. vickery and was instrumental in starting the museum there. is lillian goudey related to francis goudey? francis was edgar j's sister. do you kno of anyone there doing geneology. i am trying to do my grandmother's family. she was star rogers. i hope the above didn't print out in all one line. i neglected to put in carriage returns. i am sending this from my office but have given you my home email. would love to hear from anyone re the above. relatives still in yarmouth are john and dorothy goudey/elizabeth and robert manuge and on my husband's side there was gladys roberts, who just passed away. look forward to a response. maureen (flanagan) goodyer
Comments: I just wanted to wish all my good friends in Yarmouth a very
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! Can't wait to see you all
in May, 2001. Have a safe and warm winter.
Comments: Just a note to say you have a very good website. We have
been to Nova Scotia many times and find it very scenic.
Well that is it for 2000 welcome to 2001.
If the monk put 1 for the first year of the calandar than welcome to the 21st Century.
All the best to you and yours.
Got any predictions for the next 100 years?
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