Nicole Kieley

For Mount Pearl City Council

For Us.

Serving up some comfort with the Mount Pearl Lions Club at this week’s Community Supper at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Food security makes for happy and healthy people. If you or someone you know could benefit from this free meal program, private message and I’m happy to connect you. #foodsecurity #communitymatters #mountpearlServing up some comfort food at this week’s Comminty Supper. Food security makes for a healthy and happy community. Where there is a need, there is a Lion. ... See MoreSee Less
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Photobombing the dream team that organized a grand evening at the Best in Business Awards. Thank you Mount Pearl Paradise Chamber of Commerce for recognizing the incredible people, families and comminty impact behind our local businesses. #buyhereby #supportlocal #bestinbusinessID: A selfie of Nicole, members of council, guests and organizers of the Best in Bussiness Awards. In the foreground is Nicole, Keith, Dave and Mark. In the background are Chamber board members and event organizers on stage. All are smiling.Mark Rice Mount Pearl City Councillor City of Mount Pearl Keith Power Mount Pearl Paradise Chamber of Commerce Dave Aker Town of Paradise ... See MoreSee Less
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Our local businesses and the people behind them allow our economy and community to thrive. Great thanks to Mount Pearl Paradise Chamber of Commerce and congratulations to all the incredible nominees of the Best in Business Awards. #buyhereby #supportlocal ... See MoreSee Less
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It’s #EarthWeek! 🌎This week we’ll highlight different ways we can protect our planet, like water conservation! Water conservation means using water efficiently to reduce unnecessary wastage. Canada is one of the largest per capita water consumers globally with approximate 223 liters of water used a day per person. However, households in Newfoundland and Labrador use more water per capita than any other province - approximately 628 liters a day per person! There are things we can all do to reduce our water consumption like taking shorter showers, turning off the tap when not in use, and fixing leaky faucets and toilets. Join us this Earth Week in reducing water wastage and preserving our planet one day at a time! 💧#WaterConservation ... See MoreSee Less
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