Busy Father’s Day weekend for many

Parts of the county remain dry and arid while others have been getting moisture, sometimes just half a mile apart.

Parts of the county remain dry and arid while others have been getting moisture, sometimes just half a mile apart.

The Omega Circle is pleased with the group of volunteers who met at the cemetery to plant flowers.  Thanks to a great group, it only took an hour to finish the job.

Father’s Day was celebrated in many ways; Stan and Gloria Diegel had brunch with Arden and Deanne and a tour of the museum. Then it was on to Tasha and Aarons for the afternoon;  back to Richelle and Greg and family to wind up the day. Gloria and Stan also helped celebrate Sadie (15 on June 26 and Eva and Ella (five on July 6) birthdays on Saturday night at Arden and Deanne’s. All the Diegel family was there, as was Grandma Donna Beier.

Frank and Eleanor Dahlgren spent Saturday watching great grandson Dallon McAllister (Innisfail) play lacrosse in Stettler.  They are heading for a “field lacrosse” in the near future; Sunday back into Stettler to cheer on daughter Elva McAllister, Bonnie Kobi and grandchildren Kristina, Tammy, Luke and, winding up the day with ice cream cake for Father’s Day.

Bill and Joyce Hansel took in the soccer tournament in Stettler on Saturday, then Sunday it was out for Father’s Day supper with daughters Sandy and Sue.

Percy and Paulette Heer celebrated the day with the annual Lutheran Church picnic and barbeque.

Donna McKay and friend Marg Binns left Monday for Fairview, where they visited Donna’s mother in the Harvest Lodge, Donna’s sister Anne Donaldson, who cooks at the lodge; then on the way home spent two days with brother Greg at Eaglesham.  They arrived home Thursday after a very enjoyable week.