The Wounds Run Deep: McNeil acknowledges history of racism in Nova Scotia
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - The wounds of racism run deep in Nova Scotia and for generations African Nova Scotians have been left in poverty, said Nova Scotia’s Premier Stephen McNeil.
Gingerbread houses all in a row decorate a shelf in the Barrington Municipal Library. The gingerbread house decorating contest was part of the Municipality of Barrington’s Festival of Lights celebration. Kathy Johnson photo
The Municipality of Barrington’s first gingerbread house decorating contest drew entries from young and old.
Taking first place in the teen category was Jenna Adams. Nikita Penney and Skylar Newell shared the second place ribbon for their creation.
In the adult category first place went to Samantha Reyno
In the Young at Heart category, residents of Bay Side Home cleaned up, with first place going to the residents of Dory Drive. Residents of Seaview and Lobster Lodge shared second spot, with third place going to the Oceanview residents.
The gingerbread house contest was organized by the Barrington Recreation Department.