Donalda Library celebrates Christmas gingerbread-style

Don’t forget Christmas Eve service at Lutheran Church

The Donalda Library hosted their 3rd annual Gingerbread Village Event which 16 children and eight adults attended. The different gingerbread houses that were decorated were pretty spectacular and a great time was had by all.

Naomi and family put a lot of time and work into preparing for the event and should be commended for making it such a huge success.

The library will be closed from December 22 to January 1, 2018.

Christmas Eve Service at Sharon Lutheran Church is at 7:30 p.m. with Pastor Harold Rust officiating. Everyone is welcome

Birthday wishes go out to James Sehlstrom, Ryder Blouin, Darlene Dahl, Doris Banzinger, Kelsey Jaksitz, Laura Dahl, Madison Swaren, Christy Ma, Larry Ross, Timothy Swaren and everyone else in the community celebrating this week.

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