A mountain lion and several wolves have been spotted in the Gadsby area. One resident was close enough to take a picture of the mountain lion carrying the carcass of a deer. This could be a danger to our children and pets as well as anyone out for a walk!
There will be a open meeting concerning the possible dissolution of the Village of Gadsby. This will be held at the Gadsby Bank Building on Wednesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. We urge everyone to attend.
While shopping in Wal-Mart this week Betty Hadwin was pleasantly surprised when her grandson Dallas, from Drayton Valley said, “Hi Grandma”. Also with him were Dallas’ sister-in-law and her new baby girl, Naomi. This is Betty and Frank’s first great-granddaughter.
Ray and Rene Blackmore are home from their annual winter vacation to Puerto Vallarta. While there they enjoyed the company of friends Doug and Tina as well as many they have met over the years that stay there about the same time as Ray and Rene.
They experienced some wild rain and thunderstorms as well as a tsunami alert but the weather was warm if a bit overcast.
Percy and Paulette Heer, along with Dale Van Straten, Michelle Renschler, Charlie and McKenna attended a surprise 65th birthday party in Camrose on Saturday for Melody Kvale, special friend to the late Gary Heer.
This was held in the Elks Hall with many friends and family. Melody was truly surprised!
Mark March 15 on your calendar for minor ball registration night at the bank building. This starts at 7 p.m. For more information phone Leasyl at 504-574-2171.
On March 20, the Gadsby District Hobby Club will be serving supper. The menu will be posted next week and promises to be a good one. Also, the monthly cash bingo will be held that night with the loonie pot close to $120. Come try your luck and enjoy a night out.