Big celebration planned for Canada Day

Keep your eyes peeled for information about the library’s summer program.

Keep your eyes peeled for information about the library’s summer program. This year the theme is “Making” and we will be “Making a Community”. Registration forms will be sent home with the children attending Donalda School. You can come in to the library to register or register on line. Call Kelly at 403-883-2345.

Mark June 28 on your calendar so you can attend Donalda’s third annual Show & Shine. The day starts with a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m.

The Show & Shine & Cruise goes from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can purchase raffle tickets for an engine barbecue, seven-piece rattan patio set or $500.00 cash from any Promotions, Fire Department or Drop-in member.

The Promotions Organization is also busy planning Canada Day celebrations for Tuesday July 1 starting at 11 a.m. with a brunch at the Lutheran Church and ending with live entertainment by the Wheel House Band followed by fireworks at 11 p.m. Parade is at 4 p.m. Many events are scheduled throughout the day like Coin Pit and Bounce House for children; local entertainment, country market, Donalda Light Riders, pie and coffee at the Drop-in, museum food tent, and of course, the popular steak supper at 6 p.m. by Teresa’s Catering.

For more information phone Bruce 403-883-2943

Birthday wishes go out to Jonathan Marshall, Judah Auton, Tana Nixon, Brianne Ternes, Hannah Kneeland, Jennifer Schneider, Morgyn Fuller, Bob Dietrich, Derek Mueller. Tony Gibbs, Barb Henderson, Alex Jaksitz, Shelley Swaren, Bev Hillestad. Brandon Klatt, Everitt Volker and everyone else celebrating this week.

DONALDA DIARY

 

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