Donalda workers celebrate their centennial celebration

The Donalda Centennial Committee held a volunteer supper on Friday evening to thank all who helped

The Donalda Centennial Committee held a volunteer supper on Friday evening to thank all who helped make the centennial celebration a success. It was well-attended, even with the flu bug going around. Thanks to the girls who prepared the dinner, to Teresa’s Catering for supplying the beef, to Beth and Roy Fulton for preparing a DVD of the parade and other activities. If anyone wishes to purchase a video, call Beth at 403-883-2943.

Thanks to the volunteers for making our centennial a great success.

The Donalda Community Promotions will host the Haunted Hall event at the community hall on Halloween Night from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Come in costume for lots of fun and treats.

Mark your calendars for the Ag Society’s fall roast-beef supper on Sunday, Nov. 4, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Donalda Hall. Proceeds will go to the Donalda Parent Society for school playground upgrades.

Birthday wishes go out to Cly Kneeland, Madison Bauer, Arlene Trivinio, Deanne Bell, Lincoln Broemeling, Luke Thorne, Jayden Swaren, Curtis Cassidy, John Thorne, Ray Kneeland, Dennis Blouin, Joy Becker, Kelly Strandquist, Ross Salmon, Amanda Holden, Charlee Grace Erickson and anyone else celebrating a birthday.

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