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Spring Showcase & Talent Show
"Respecting Our Past, Planning Our Future"

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Map and Aerial view of
Moser River

Community Showcase

Don't miss it !!


Where - When
Moser River Fire Hall,
Highway 7 Moser River
Saturday, May 3rd, 2003
10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.


All Day:
10:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m.

Free Admission

Morning Munchies (Complimentary)

Displays by local businesses and tourism, non-profit organizations, tourism, Canada Rural Secretariat, ACOA, HRM Trails, Sherbrooke Village, United Board of Trade, Volunteer Firefighters, Moser River Community Access Program (CAP), M.R. Historical Society and many more...
Closing Remarks: Gail Martin
President, United Board of Trade Moser River

Kitchen Table Dialogues
Topics: Building a vision for the future of the Eastern Shore, Entrepreneurship, Employment, Volunteerism
Focus: "Planning for Success"

Evening Meal

4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Old Tyme Saturday Supper
Walk the Moser River Rail Trail (weather permitting)

Evening Entertainment
6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Evening: Talent Showcase and Concert

Sponsor:
United Board of Trade Moser River

Gail Martin, President

Contact:
Gail Martin President, United Board of Trade Moser River
Glenda Jewers, VP (Booth Info, Donations): 347-2814
Charity Shiers, Sec't/Treasurer
Moser River & Area Historical Society, Moser River CAP Site
Dennis Sharpe:347-2039
Web: www.highway7.com

"Respecting Our Past, Planning Our Future"

Thank you for your confidence and trust in re-electing me as President of the United Board of Trade (Moser River). Our new board includes Vice President Glenda Jewers (Ecum Secum) and Secretary Treasurer Charity Shiers (Moosehead) who join me in extending to you an invitation to attend our meetings on the last Wednesday of each month.

We are encouraged by the positive response and community support we've received for our proposal to reopen the Kelly Lake/Boggy Lake Wilderness Area for hiking trails and camping. We hope that we can help this vision to become a reality and in so doing establish a starting point for long term job creation and self employment in our region. Supporting local business and encouraging our youth continue to rank at the top of our list of priorities.

We invite you to stop by the Moser River Fire Hall on May 3rd for a day of displays highlighting the cooperative spirit of our community organizations and businesses all along the Shore. In the evening, join us for a the Moser River segment of the series of Talent Shows organized by the Bay of Islands Center and the Bob Moser Old Time Band. Round out the day and enjoy the music.

Like many of our community service groups and non-profit organizations, the United Board of Trade Moser River is actively seeking new members with vitality and vision. Please stop by our Board of Trade booth and say hello on May 3rd!

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