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Centennial Chronicles Gull Lake on Sale for Christmas GULL LAKE  Community Cemetery Committee

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Centennial Chronicles Gull Lake on Sale for Christmas

The Gull Lake history book, “Centennial Chronicles – 100 Years of Progress” is on sale for Christmas.  The book was written to keep the memories and history of our town alive for the future.

You can purchase a copy of the book at the Town Office for $90.00. All proceeds go toward projects for the Gull Lake Cemetery.

Town of Gull Lake

Centennial Chronicles Gull Lake on Sale for Christmas GULL LAKE  Community Cemetery Committee

5 Replies to “Centennial Chronicles Gull Lake on Sale for Christmas”

    • Town of Gull Lake

      Hi Tom, We could take a money order if you would like to have a book. If you want to give me your address I can find out the shipping cost and let you know the what the total cost will be. Thanks, Blake

  1. Tom Frook

    Hey, Blake, good morning, and, thanks for the speedy reply. I would love a book, and I would be happy to send you a money order. Given the postal situation I am in no rush, I wouldn’t want to see it lost in the system. Our address is: 1719 Highway 217, RR1, Central Grove, Nova Scotia B0V1G0. I’m just so pleased to see that the community has published this book, it is so important to keep the history of that little town alive. Thanks again, and, don’t be in a rush.


    • Dawnette Peterson

      Hi Tom. I have sent you a message on Facebook. The Post Office entered the postal code/ address as you provided for Central Grove and in their system, it comes up as Tiverton. Is this correct? I don’t want to mail the book & have it returned. Thanks! Dawnette

  2. Tom Frook

    Hello Dawnette, and, yes,it would come up as Tiverton. It wouldn’t really matter,Tiverton is about the size of Webb and Central Grove is just a wide spot in the road, maybe 10 people, 15 dogs and 30 chickens

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