Cast your vote in Halkirk on Oct. 18

Roy Tomlinson Sr. of Lethbridge spent several days in the area visiting with friends and former neighbors. He was staying with Bill and Peg in the Hastings Coulee area.

Irene Schilling spent time with her sister Doreen and their nephew Shane in Calgary and also visited with Ben’s sister Margaret Kros. Irene also had the opportunity to visit with Maxine Taylor and her daughter Bette.

Paul Dietrich spent several days with his nephew Trevor who lives by Vernon, B.C.

JD and Sandra Johnson accompanied the Marquarts to Edmonton last weekend where they attended the Mama Mia Musical.

The Castor and district Cadets have been busy they went gliding at Netook, at Olds, at the beginning of the month, Wyatt Kent and Shane Neilson both participated and then on the Thanksgiving weekend they went to Camp Worthington, Wyatt Kent went there. Wyatt and Shane are the only two cadets from Halkirk.

Exercise your democratic right and cast your vote on Monday, Oct. 18. The village voting booth will be located in the seniors’ center as will the north Halkirk voting booth. South Halkirk will have to vote in Castor.

Coming up: Oct. 19 – Flu clinic at the seniors’ center from 10 – 12; awards night at the School at 7 p.m.; Oct. 23- Elks annual Oyster Fry and White Elephant sale; Nov. 7- Elks annual fall turkey supper.

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