100th Birthday – Isabel MacCartney

On Saturday, January 30th, we will be celebrating Isabel’s 100th birthday in the Kildare Lounge at St. Brigid’s. This will start at 11:30 and run until 13:30. If you are coming, we would like you to being one or two flowers, which will be assembled into a community bouquet to be presented to Isabel at an appropriate time. The family asked that we do not bring presents, but a card would be appreciated.
See you there!


4 Responses to “100th Birthday – Isabel MacCartney”

  1. 1 Malcolm B. (Mac) Mackay February 1, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    I am sorry I wasn’t aware of this important event in advance. What a major milestone!
    I thought I was getting on in years when I celebrated my birthday Jamuary 31! I was was born on January 31, 1947 when my father was minister of St. Andrews (Rev. Donlad Bruce Mackay), and at the time I was the first child born to a minister of St.Andrews in 50 years. I was presented with a gift of $50 by the last child born!
    Isabel McCartney was present at my baptism a few months later and remained in touch with my parents when they were still living. She was a true pillar of the church.
    Best wishes to her and to all members of St.Andrews.
    Mac Mackay
    Halifax, NS

    P.S.I believe my sister is now the holder of record as the last child born to a minister of St.Andrews, and it is more than fifty years this time!

  2. 3 Ann Cochrane April 7, 2010 at 12:31 pm

    I would like to receive new posts for the sermons blog and the events and announcements.

    Thank you,

    Ann Cochrane

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