We are proud to be part of the NBSPCA Fur Safety campaign. This two-pronged initiative
is designed to create safer conditions for New Brunswick animals. We are raising funds to place pet oxygen mask kits with
New Brunswick fire departments. The $100 kits contain three cone-shaped masks designed to fit animals from a guinea pig to
a large dog. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if you would like to contribute to this campaign!
December, 2009 The NBSPCA Resource Directory has been picked up by a California on-line publisher,
increasing the North American exposure of this groundbreaking document.
November, 2009 It was a pleasure to host 1,000 proud Canadians when Sussex Corner welcomed the
Olympic torch to New Brunswick!
We were pleased and proud to help welcome renowned human rights activist Sally Armstrong to Sussex in early November.
August, 2009 Congratulations
to the 2009 winners of Needlework New Brunswick prizes!
We are pleased to announce there was a strong competition for quality and quantity of needlearts
at this year's Kings County Agricultural Fair. Needlework New Brunswick is proud to sponsor two prizes in connection with
this event, North America's longest running agricultural exhibition as it marked 114 years this year.
Laura Stockdale of Drury's Cove claimed the Golden Needle prize for her entries in the most needlework
Marion Anderson of Wards Creek takes home the General Excellence award for having the highest
overall standing among needlework entries at this year's event.
The two Sussex area women received books "How to Make An American Quilt" and "The Friday Night
Knitting Club" to enjoy.
Thank you and well done to all stitchers and fibre artists who participated!
Kings County's 16 amazing covered bridges get some well deserved attention through