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Posted by: annapolis Posted on: 22. Sep 2008 at 21:24
Carl
Thanks for the information.
Posted by: Carl_Demings Posted on: 21. Sep 2008 at 21:21
Hello! Annapolis .....

I picked this up from a list:
Oct 17 - Pit Players -play at AV room - 12.00 - the play will be about mining.
Oct 23 - A plaque unveiled for #s 2 and 4 mine - followed at 8 pm - at arena - memorial candle light service - instead of pit head in case of weather and for seniors.
Oct 24 - Men of the deep - with Ruddick Sisters and Peggy Seglar $25.00
Oct 26 - Ecumenical service - Anglican church ( not sure of the time)


Hope it helps.
-=Carl=-
Posted by: annapolis Posted on: 13. Sep 2008 at 20:23
Does anyone know where I can get the information about the events that are being held on Oct. 23, 2008 to commemorate the 1958 Bump. I know that events are being held but I have been unable to find anything either through the Springhill town website or any other source. I am quite certain their are others who are also interested in obtaining this information. Thanks.