Donalda Ranch Rodeo set for June 3

The Donalda Museum and Donalda Art Gallery is still accepting applications for two summer student job positions.

DONALDA DIARY — The Donalda Museum and Donalda Art Gallery is still accepting applications for two summer student job positions for the upcoming 2017 summer. Students must have strong communication skills, should be able to work independently, and must be available for work in the weekends. Those interested are asked to submit their resumes to

Willow Canyon Drive-In Movie will be held on Friday, May 26, at Willow Canyon (formerly Donalda Ski Hill), featuring ‘Marley & Me’ on a large 20 feet by 40 feet outdoor movie screen. The movie will begin at dusk and will feature a full concession. Gates and concession open at 7 p.m. For more information please call 403-883-2943.

The Donalda Ranch Rodeo will be held on Saturday, June 3 starting at 12:30 p.m. Please register by May 22 by contacting Beth at 403-741-8196 or Ron at 403-589-6719. There will be team events, sorting, trailer loading, penning, branding and doctoring. There will also be prizes, games, dessert auction, door draws and a concession.

Birthday wishes this week go out to Alexi Siemens, Brad Clark, Pam Salmon, Rodney Jaffray, Roy Fulton, Dustin Weinzierl, Jerianna Hillestad, Kevin Andres, Rick Kotz, Sean MacNeil, Catherine Kneeland, Amor Reyes, Thomas Banziger, and Wayne Komishke. Happy birthday to all.

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