Crochet class scheduled for next Tuesday, Jan. 24

GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS --Our northern vortex seems to be done and warmer weather are here for a few days. We hope.

GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS —Our northern vortex seems to be done and warmer weather are here for a few days. We hope.

Bill and Joyce Hansel drove to Red Deer on Friday, Jan. 13 for a belated Trenerry family Christmas at Steph and Calvin’s. The whole family was there to celebrate. Then on Sunday, Jan. 15 they headed to Penhold for great granddaughter Tenley’s first birthday at Myranda and Cole Radomske (Tenley’s mom and dad), grandma Sue Bauman was there as well. Happy birthday Tenley!

Last Monday, Joyce headed over to Marie Vance’s taking a birthday cake for Marie.

Jimilee taught a crochet class at Westwoods on Tuesday, Jan. 17 and the next one is scheduled for Jan. 24; details are available on Facebook page.

Congratulations to John and Betty Ann Cassidy on the arrival of their grandson. A baby boy for Charly and Reid. Great grandparents are Charlie and Aleta Cassidy.

Kathleen Bignell has been home during the holidays from B.C. where she lives, visiting friends and family. While here she met Gloria and Stan Diegel for supper and a visit.

Also celebrating birthdays this week were Percy and Paulette’s son-in-law Curtis Wideman on Firday, Jan. 13 and grandson Clayton, the following day. Get well wishes to Clayton who broke his wrist recently while the family was away in Whitefish, Montana on a family ski holiday.

A bit more information on the planned Valentine’s Day Family Dance on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Gadsby Hall. This starts at 7:30 p.m. till midnight. The cost will be $10 per family at the door or $5 per person. A fun event to mark on your calendar. Everyone is welcome.

Joyce Hansel and Betty Stotz have received word on the passing of their cousin Laura’s husband Frank Johnson in Lethbridge. Frank and Laura were well known to many in the area. Frank and Laura’s son-in-law Mike is also Percy Heer’s cousin. Sincere sympathies to Laura, daughter Lori and Mike Yeomans, their daughter Kayla, cousins Joyce and Bill and family; Betty and family; Boyd and Blackmore families as well as many extended family members.

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