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Royal LePage Atlantic - 71 Paradise Row
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Principal & Educator in Changchun Shiyi High School in Changchun, China 10 months out of the year. 3rd year...

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Urban Deli Reinforces Urbanism in Uptown Saint John

Meeting enthusiastic Elizabeth Rowe, Owner of Urban Deli, gives you the feeling that she loves the daily challenges of her new business in Uptown Saint John. Opening July 13, 2009, she has watched

her business evolve, just like a child from infancy, from opening the doors and running it day-to-day. She loves the daily interactions withpeople; clients, suppliers &…

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Posted on June 3, 2010 at 11:00am

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At 9:52pm on August 30, 2013, Sea Belles- Ann Connolly said…

Do you or someone you know, love to sing?

 Sea Belles, a ladies a cappella chorus, will soon begin their regular Tuesday evening practices, starting September 10, 2013 at 7pm at Forest Hills Elementary School. Women of any age who love to sing and can carry a tune, are invited to come and share the FUN of a cappella harmony! New members are always welcome, but we'd especially like to meet you at one of our September Tuesday rehearsals. But please let us know you're coming by contacting Vangie at 633-1811.  We're just “Ordinary Women making Extraordinary music!” and we want YOU to share your voice with Sea Belles Chorus! More info on chorus at www.seabelles.ca or facebook page.

At 3:07pm on May 11, 2010, Nance L Daigle said…
I agree completely! Moncton may be the hub, but Saint John is far more advanced (I think) technologically and much more social. We bring part of the world into our harbour every summer and are just an hour and a half from the US border. I think it's just a matter of time, the need is there, the potential is there and now thanks to proud Saint Johners who will work hard to make it happen, I think we can put Saint John back on the map, in a way it hasn't been since it's shipbuilding glory days.
At 4:49pm on May 6, 2010, Jodi Frayne said…
Hi Anne Marie,
well it was very nice meeting you in person at Sears a couple of days ago! Hope you'll stop by sometime uptown in the Loyalist Circle, ~ a great fun atmosphere! Join my group page won't you at GemCat Jewels Jewelry by Design I'd love to design something for you!
P.S. you've inspired me to get more Active,` Your new jacket looks just great on you!
At 4:46pm on April 27, 2010, Jodi Frayne said…
this is an excellent group page, Saint John Uptown especially in the summer, an awesome place to be!
 
 
 

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