Donalda plots drive-in movie

Donalda School’s major fundraiser is the community school calendar.

Donalda School’s major fundraiser is the community school calendar. If you’re new to the community or have been missed in the previous calendar, you can order a 2013 calendar by contacting Kim Klatt at 403-883-2407 before Aug. 31.

Donalda’s convenience store has closed this summer after almost nine years of business.

It will be missed in our community.

Mark your calendar for Sept. 14, when Donalda hosts a drive-in movie. It will begin at dusk, so about 9 p.m., showing “The Blind Side” with Sandra Bullock.

A concession stand with cotton candy, old-fashioned popcorn, hotdogs and pop will be provided during the movie. Come out and enjoy a great movie in the beautiful landscape of the coulees. For more information, call 403-883-2943 or email

Birthday wishes go out to Barbara Hofer, Matthew Berry, Bailey Dietrich, Judy Swaren, Shawn Sutton, Betty-Anne Gillund, Kelti Olson, Gwendolyn Tenney, John White, Carl Kittler, Rhett Norman, Brent Hartum, Laura Hebbes, Michal Henderson, Jim Awe, Kelan Carroll, Ken Ewald and Trudy Bailey, and anyone else who is celebrating a birthday this week.

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