Donalda residents to cast byelection ballot

Donalda is gearing up for a byelection, with one of our council members stepping down.

BEST FRIENDS — Donalda sisters Grace and Laura Hebbes cradle baby goats last week on their farm.

Donalda is gearing up for a byelection, with one of our council members stepping down. Nomination papers are available at the village office, with nominations closing on March 18.

The village was very busy this weekend. The fundraiser for the Living Hope Camp was well-attended, with a tasty dinner provided by Teresa’s Catering, followed by a robust live auction later entertained by Kim and Kevin Elias from Three Hills.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club’s pancake breakfast and jam session was also well-attended. The music was great. Thanks to the volunteer musicians who came and made it an awesome day.

Those of you who like to play Bingo can come out to the Drop-In Centre on March 20 at 7:30 p.m. for fun and fellowship, and maybe a win.

This Thursday marks the monthly meeting for the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club. It’s a lunch meeting, starting at 12:30 p.m. — eat and then meet.

The group is always looking for new members.

Birthday wishes go out to Becky Clement, Danica Bjorge, Ethan Tantrum, Jonathan Dahl, Luke Erickson, Lyndon Richards, Dale Blouin, Janelle Jaksitz, Carol Montgomery, Scott Massey, Shauna Sideritsch, Tobias Banziger, Bert Holtner, Kaden Erickson, Russell Hellekson, Shelbi Salmon, Wade Montgomery, Levi Erickson, Julie Hebbes, Kaden Ewald, and everyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday!


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