Be at the Bank Building today

The rains are spotty, some getting up to six tenths while others none. But everyone gets the wind

The rains are spotty, some getting up to six tenths while others none.  but everyone gets the wind.

Hazel (Thomas) and Harold Holdal have returned from two weeks in Saskatchewan at the Meadow Lake Provincial Park.  They stayed with Harold’s sister Helen and enjoyed a visit with Harold’s brother from Chilawak, B.C.  They report the lake was like glass, boating great and the fishing good.

Marie Vance had the family home on the long weekend. sister Evelyn, her son-in-law Rich and Corey and three girls, Mel and Ryan and baby Seth and grandson Michael.  Theresa and Ken Schwabe and Addison; Bill and Joyce Hansel also stopped in on Sunday, a total of 15 guests, a great visit and the garden planted by the time they left.

Bill and Joyce took time to enjoy the early summer weather.  Last Wednesday Joe and Maxine Hansel; Gordie and Shirley Reynolds were out for the morning for cake and cards.  Then in the evening Sue, Sandy, Mary Lou took Bill and Joyce out for supper to celebrate their 55 anniversary.  Happy anniversary, Bill and Joyce.

Saturday it was on to Innisfail to visit cousin Susan and Loren Enzie then on to Penhold to Miranda and Cole’s, surprising them as well as Sue and Brad who were there as well.

This weekend Bill and Joyce enjoyed several ball games.  Friday one in Stettler, two on Saturday and one in Stettler on Sunday, cheering on Jaiden Stotz whose 16-year-olds team won the tournament.  Bill and Joyce managed to drive to Drayton Valley in the morning to watch Larry play ball before back to Stettler for the final girls game.

Frank and Eleanor Dahlgren enjoyed last Saturday in Red Deer with daughter Elva who had purchased tickets to the Charlie Pride show, which was “really great.

The caretakers, Dale and Melody Kent are hard at work at the Gadsby Cemetery, starting another successful year for the Omega Circle.  The Circle is desperately looking for young members who are willing to devote a small amount of time for a great cause.

When you pick up the mail Wednesday, read this, stop everything and come over to the Bank Building for coffee, cake and a fruit tray.  Stay for the general meeting if interested, add your say on whether the Gadsby District Hobby Club remains active. Everyone welcome to either or both events.