It’s not how much we give…

but how much love we put into giving.

— Mother Teresa

Whether you are Christian or not, the cold commercialism and frenetic business at this time of the year can easily drown out those tidings of comfort and joy, if we let them. With the ghost of COVID-Christmases-past still haunting us, 2022 promises a better season of joyful gathering for many of us – weather permitting. For others, unfortunately, this is a time of loneliness or, at best, of vicarious enjoyment.

Whatever your circumstances, I wish you all the best that the season has to offer, and that 2023 will be even better than 2022. Merry Christmas!

– Your editor, Guy Dugas

It has been great for our Heritage group  to be able to gather together this fall.

Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season, and all the best for the New Year. Stay warm, healthy and positive.

Looking forward to our next time together in the New Year and thinking of the importance of families, friendship and communities.

On behalf of the Heritage Club,

Nancy Wheatley

Blessings at this wonderful time of year, for a Holiday Season that brings us closer together as a community, for Good Health now and in the New Year! I look forward to our upcoming season and gatherings.

Lis Omeniuk

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