Donalda floor curling back on Tuesdays

Regular hours at Donalda Library as of Jan. 2

Submitted by Donalda &District Museum

Well I guess it is back to the daily routine now that Christmas is over. After visiting and over eating it is great to get back to the basics.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club flooring curling will start again on Tuesdays as of January 9 at 1 p.m. at the community hall. Come out and have some fun.

The Donalda Library will be open it’s regular hours as of Tuesday, January 2.

Birthday wishes go out to Amy-Ann Kota, Duncan Charles, Harper Tantrum, Raesha Berry, R J Sideritsch, Adam Kulak, Larry Nelson, Rowena Sta Cruz, Jack Hillestad, Robin Young and everyone else in the community celebrating a birthday.

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