Come to bank building for meeting and bingo

A week of rain, snow and cold weather has come and gone.

Gadsby/Westwoods

A week of rain, snow and cold weather has come and gone. The sun is shining and hope for the harvest is back in place!

There will be an open town meeting on Saturday morning, September 20 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Bank Building. This meeting is to bring residents up to date on the long anticipated sewer project that has started. Ernie Gendre has been awarded the contract and digging has begun.

Also, Saturday night, doors will open at the Bank Building at 6 p.m. for the monthly cash bingo. There will be coffee and cake at half time. Try your luck for the loonie pot!

Happy anniversary to John and Jewel Heer on Wednesday, Sept. 17 and birthday greetings go out to Fred Entwisle this week!

Welcome home to Thelma Davits, who is visiting the area for a couple weeks!

Sympathies to the Rushton family on the passing of Norman McNally of Calgary. Brother in law Wayne Rushton was among the family attending the funeral, Friday, Sept.12. Norman leaves his wife, Joyce (Rushton), two daughters Diane and Linda and one son Gregory and their families, seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. He was 82 years of age.

 

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