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Shubies own Braden Langille Racing Success

Sat Feb 09, 1:51 PM

Braden enjoyed a GREAT year in 2012 - competing in 31 local ciruit races in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.  He had FOUR Feature WINS and multiple heat race wins throug the season.  At the end of the season he was crowned INEX Canadian National Bandit Champion - this is amazing for a young racer from Shubie.  The award was recently presented in Charlotte NC but Braden was unable to attend.  He and team leader Dad (Craig Langille) are getting ready for their first races south of the boarder.  They are heading to Florida February 16th to run the Winer Nationals which consists of five straight days of racing.  Braden will be running in the Bandit only class wich consists of kids 8 - 11. 

We are so proud as a community to have Braden racing for our Village.  We will all be chearing him on.  Post this on your Facebook and let people know about your great local racer...


Shubenacadie Sam - Predicts 6 MORE weeks of WINTER

Sat Feb 02, 5:30 PM

WOW what a crowd that showed up at the Shubenacadie Wild Life Park this morning to see if Shubenacadie Sam would see his shadow or not.  Well it may have been -11 but the crowds were huge to come and Witness Sam's prediction.  Early estimates had over a 1,000 people in attendance.  There were treats, hot chocolate, face painting and of course the star of the show.  A song made up for Sam to the tune of take me out to the ball game was sung and then - out came SAM... the sun was shining and Sam saw his shadow predicting 6 morte weeks of winter.

With Groundhog Day being on a Saturday this year the Village of Shubenacadie got on board and the Legion put on a great Breakfast and service a couple of hundred happy diners looking to get into the warmth.  They always do a great job.  Also the Tin Shop Museum was open to welcome guses and share a little of our Village history with them.

It was a GREAT Day... Thanks to all that helped.