Ag Society to host ‘spring fling’ and ‘dessert auction’ on April 15

The water is running, the sloughs are filling up and the calves are starting to show up on farms everywhere in the community.

RUMSEY RECORD — The water is running, the sloughs are filling up and the calves are starting to show up on farms everywhere in the community. It is wonderful to feel that warm sun.

Tracey and Carver Johnson are excited to announce the arrival of their beautiful grandson, Grant Allen Emmeson, on Friday, March 17. Congratulations to Larissa and Jason.

The Morrin Ag society is doing a fundraiser this Saturday, March 25, featuring the Dueling Pianos which is an amazingly talented group from Calgary that can play any request you give them. It promises to be loads of fun. The Morrin Lions are also running a silent auction during this event so be sure to get your tickets and support two great organizations.

The Rumsey Ag society would like to thank the following organizations for their support by purchasing board and ice space in our curling rink Wes Kashuba Plumbing, Riverside Value Drug Mart, Linden Agro Center, Herman Kloots and Company, Cervus Equipment and Hodge Bros. trucking. The ice spots will now hold the names of Michie Farms, Country Cookers, Brooks Watts and Tim Primrose; Rumsey Caretakers, Coulee View Fabrication; Travis and Craig Cawiezel, Jerry’s Liquor Store, UFA; Tullikopf Fuels, Koch Fuels, Three Hills; and lastly, “In memory of Steve Kashuba.” These local businesses and community members are wonderful support of our community and we can’t thank them enough. The Ag Society’s next event will be our Spring Fling and Dessert Auction on April 15. Come and join us for a delicious meal and fun live and silent auction.

The Morrin Lions would like to spread the word that they will be celebrating 25 years with a special event on April 8 starting at 7:30p.m. Mark it on your calendar as it will be loads of fun.

Have a great week.

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