Community pulls together to cook after plug pulled on Sunday supper

The Halkirk community fall supper was held on the weekend, with about 400 people attending.

The Halkirk community fall supper was held on the weekend, with about 400 people attending. The community really pulled together, helping each other with cooking when the power went out early Sunday morning, but thankfully everything worked out and everyone went away happy.

Sympathy is extended to the families of Lane Turigan, whose funeral is Thursday in Stettler.

Anne Neilson returned from a holiday, visiting with son Mike Neilson in Burnaby and daughter Brenda Neilson in Langley.

Several folks from our area attended the Heisler fall sausage supper last weekend.

Halloween participation around town was down this year, with the windy, snow weather conditions.

Circle Square Ranch is again hosting a “kids’ club” on Thursdays for grades 3 to 6 students.

Recent floor-curling participants in Stettler were Adolf Heier, Wendy Ashbacher, Edna Luft and Rose Koenraadt.

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