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16 Groups Set for Community Wellness Day

Sixteen local groups will be participating in the first Community Family Wellness Day this Saturday in Blackville.  The event kicks off at 11:00am and lasts until 2:00pm and is being held at the Father AA McKinnon Memorial Hall.

This event is FREE of charge and all are welcome. There will be booths for all ages. The full list is below.

  • A Family Place
  • Ambulance NB
  • Bingo
  • Blackville Fire Department
  • Blackville Girl Guides
  • Blackville Mango Health & Wellness Committee
  • Blackville Minor Baseball & Miramichi Panthers
  • Blackville Taekwondo
  • Blackville Women’s Institute
  • Greater Blackville Resource Centre
  • Greater Miramichi Regional Service Commission: Composting Workshop
  • Learn the Benefits of Essential Oils with Gloria Kelly
  • Mindfulness with Dr. Tiffany Keenan
  • Public Health
  • Reiki with Jennifer Cook
  • Singing Bowls with Laurie Connors
  • Taichi with Keray Harris

Everyone in attendance will also have a chance to WIN door prizes! Door prizes were generously donated by:

  • Bernice Moody
  • Blackville Pharmasave
  • Blackville Credit Union
  • Blackville Home Building Supplies
  • Blackville Trio Pizza
  • Burkes Diner
  • Curtis Miramichi River Outfitters
  • DA Logging
  • Debbie Muck
  • Extreme Fitness
  • Forever In Style (Naomi Curtis)
  • JAC Logging (Allan & Jennifer Furlong)
  • Jagged Edge
  • Jake Stewart
  • Hennessy’s Seamless Eavestroughing (Christopher Hennessy)
  • Lounsbury Automotive (Troy Vickers)
  • Miramichi Chrysler
  • Towne Ford (Towne Auto Group)
  • Trevor’s Hyundai (Lindsay Jardine)
  • Village of Blackville

There will be a jumping castle, balloon animals and outside games. Lunch and beverages are provided FREE!

Be sure to come on out for a great day of family fun, health and wellness!

Village of Blackville

Village of Blackville

The village of Blackville is governed by an elected council made up of a mayor and four councillors. Incorporated as a village in 1966, Blackville has a population of 958 and has had a long history related to forestry and salmon fishing.

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