Donalda upcoming events – Donald Diary

This is the week end for the kick off to summer as everyone tries to put their RVs out for the first time, and most summer attractions open, as is happening in Donalda.

Our up and coming events are the Pancake Breakfast and Community Garage Sale will take place on Saturday May 28, doors opening at 8 a.m. both for breakfast and the garage sale. This will be held at the Donalda Community Hall and at individual residences. Seek and Find!

On Thursday, June the 2nd, Pheasantback Golf Course will host the “Willy Bronze Golf Tournament” Registration at 11 a.m. and shotgun start at 12 noon. This is a fundraiser for the Donalda Art Gallery to build a “life size” bronze of Willy the world famous steer wrestling horse. The event will end with a steak dinner, prizes and silent auction. For further information, contact Greg Risler or Aaron Miller at 403-742-GOLF or www.pheasantbackgolf.ca. Everyone is welcome.

On Saturday June 11th The Donalda & District Museum will present a Historical Evening covering Donalda area native sites. A roast beef dinner and silent auction will start at 6 p.m., guest speaker will be Heinz Pyszczyk. The event will be held at the Donalda Community Hall. For more information, call 403-883-2100.

July 1st is fast approaching; again we are planning a fantastic day of events. Starting with a pancake breakfast and ending with fireworks and lots of fun in between. There will be a parade at 4 p.m. Special attention will be given to our youth to participate, with the theme being modes of transportation, “Planes, Trains, Automobiles.” This would be a good time to show your imagination and talent. How about decorating your bike to look like one the modes? There will be prizes.

Drive safe and respect the fire ban.

Just Posted

Stettler man found guilty of illegally trafficking wildlife

Hunting license suspended for three years

Stettler hosting Third Annual Old Fashion Christmas Dinner

Freedom Christian Fellowship also having a free Christmas Dinner

High number of Clearview students graduate: Annual report

Clearview boasts 86.4 per cent Grade 12 completion

Stettler RCMP arrest hitchhiker

Man charged with attempting to steal truck, break and enter into another vehicle

Stettler Festival of Lights raises $109,558

Money going towards upgrades to Stettler Hospital emergency room

Fashion Fridays: How to change your beauty routine

Kim XO, lets you in on her style secrets each Fashion Friday on the Black Press Media Network

Stettler man found guilty of illegally trafficking wildlife

Hunting license suspended for three years

RCMP Major Crimes Unit South lay charges in homicide

23-year-old Chelsey Lagrelle of Sunchild First Nation charged with manslaughter

EU leaders vow to press on with ‘no-deal’ Brexit plans

European Union leaders have offered Theresa May sympathy but no promises, as the British prime minister seeks a lifeline.

Powerful winds set to hit Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island

The agency says winds in coastal areas will strengthen up to 70 kilometres an hour before the front moves inland and gusts reach 90 kilometres an hour.

Mandatory victim surcharge cruel and unusual punishment, top court rules

Stephen Harper’s Conservative government made the charges mandatory in 2013.

Tourism minister postpones trip to China amid tensions between two countries

Tourism Minister Melanie Joly’s office says Canada and China have mutually agreed to postpone a closing ceremony next week.

Police across Canada probe bomb threats as U.S. authorities dismiss ‘hoax’

A police spokesman said the emails were the same as those received elsewhere in North America

France shooter killed Thursday during police operation

7 more being held by police in shooting investigation

Most Read