06 Sep 2014 8:30 AM - 12:00 PMFarmers Market
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15 Sep 2014 6:00 PM - 8:00 PMCouncil Meeting
Beautification at Pioneer Cemetery
Ballantyne Fuels has made a contribution to the New Glasgow Communities in Bloom program, which resulted in the planting of two pink flowering crab-apple trees, at the entrance of the Pioneer Cemetery off the Pioneer Trail and situated along the south banks of the East River. Ballantyne Fuels representative Emily Sullivan (right) is pictured with New Glasgow Councillor Trudy Vince, Co-Chair of the New Glasgow Communities in Bloom program.
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