Donalda and area residents welcome to skate at Lamp Park

DONALDA DIARY -- Skating is back in Donalda. The skating rink located at the Lamp Park is now ready for skaters, both young and old.

DONALDA DIARY — Skating is back in Donalda. The skating rink located at the Lamp Park is now ready for skaters, both young and old. Helmets are required for minors that are skating and remember that the skating rink is unsupervised so please use at your own risk.

Council and office staff would like to thank the Public Work staff for taking this project on.

The Donalda Coulee friendship Club will be holding their next regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at noon.

New members are always welcome. Remember that the Drop-In is open every Saturday afternoon from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. for coffee and fellowship. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Sharon Lutheran Church would like to welcome visitors to their services, which are held on Sundays at 10 a.m. Next Sunday, Jan. 15 congregation will be led by Pastor Riley Sexton. Everyone is welcome.

Birthday wishes this week go out to Amy-Ann Kotz, Duncan Charles, Harper Tantrum, Raesha Berry, Michael Nattestad, RJ Sideritsch, Adam Kulak, Larry Nelson, Rowena Sta Cruz, Jack Hillestad, Robin Young, Beth Fulton, Bruce Salmon, Teresa Kneeland, and Jerry Norman. Happy birthday to all.

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