• CHRISTMAS GREETING FROM MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

      The Holiday season offers a unique opportunity to get closer to people with whom we share values, affinities, or friendship. Village Council members and staff wish to you and your family a magical Holiday season. May you live precious moments with the ones you love.We wish that year 2020 will bring you prosperity, healthy and success in all your endeavours.

      Michel Soucy, Mayor

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      ATHOLVILLE IS SEEKING FOR AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

      The Municipality of Atholville is looking for a dynamic person to fill the position of Administrative Assistant. The person shall report to the general management and provide administrative support as required with the municipal activities.


      Role and responsibilities
      - in both official languages, prepare, write, translate and revise correspondence, presentations, brochures, publications, reports and other related documents;
      - conduct research, compile data and prepare documents for review and presentation by supervisors, committees and the municipal Council;
      - maintain the system of policies, by-laws and minutes up to date and can support the general management in drafting new policies as required;

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      ILLUMINATION OF THE CHRISTMAS TREES IN VAL D'AMOURS, ST. ARTHUR, AND ATHOLVILLE

      • ON NOVEMBER 29 AT 5 P.M. IN FRONT OF VAL D'AMOURS CHURCH
      • ON NOVEMBER 29 AT 7 P.M. IN FRONT OF ST. ARTHUR CHURCH
      • ON DECEMBER 1 AT 7 P.M. AT MILLER BRAE PARK (AFTER SANTA'S PARADE)
      THE CHRISTMAS PARADE WILL TAKE PLACE ON DECEMBER 1ST, 2019 (kids are invited to bring a letter to Santa)
      Departure : In the parking space between the Atholville post office and the library (255 Notre Dame)
      Time : 6 p.m. (Please be there at 5 :30 p.m.)
      Destination : Parc Miller Brae , fires, music, hot-dogs, and hot chocolate


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      ARE YOU READY?

      Three Steps to Emergency Preparedness 

      If an emergency happens in our community, it may take emergency workers some time to get to you. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours. By taking a few simple steps today, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere.

      1 : KNOW THE RISKS 

      Natural disasters, such as flooding, hurricanes, Nor’easters, forest fires, or sudden events, such as train derailments and power outages, can happen at any time. Knowing the risks can help you better prepare for

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      ST. ARTHUR OUTDOOR CENTRE

      An enchanting place to organize your events with a fully equipped kitchen and a reception room (more than 100 people). For information and rental, please contact Hector Pitre 753-4076

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      $1,000 FOR MAISON NOTRE DAME OF CAMPBELLTON

      Nicole LeBrun proudly presents a cheque for the amount of $1,000.00 to the Maison Notre-Dame in Campbellton. This amount represents profits raised from the International Modern Line Dance Workshop held in mid-September at the Alma Hall in Atholville, NB.

      On the photo (left to right): Lisette Maltais, president of the Board of Directors of Maison Notre-Dame; Suzanne Duclos, member of the Board of Directors of Maison Notre-Dame; Guilda Landry, member of the Fondation Soeur Jeannette Leclerc Inc.; Nicole LeBrun, organizer of the Workshop and Modern Line Dance teacher; Céline Savoie, Maria Labbé, Lise Bertin, Rose Beek and Samia Awad, members

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