Drive-in movie in the coulees on busy community calendar

It’s a busy week in Donalda, beginning today with an emergency preparedness information seminar at the fire hall

It’s a busy week in Donalda, beginning today with an emergency preparedness information seminar at the fire hall from 3 to 7 p.m. It’s a drop-in seminar.

From Thursday through Saturday, the Donalda School stages its annual dessert theatre. It’s always a sellout. For tickets, call 403-883-2280.

On Saturday, Community Promotions will host the drive-in in the coulees, featuring “parental guidance.” Come and enjoy a bit of nostalgia. Concession opens at 7:30 p.m., with the movie at dusk.

Also on Saturday, the Donalda Ag Society presents a “cowboy challenge clinic.” For more information, call Brian at 403-883-2799.

On Sunday, the Donalda Coulee Friendship will host a Mother’s Day strawberry pancake breakfast and music jam. It also features a live auction of birdhouses and feeders. It all starts at 10 a.m., with an auction at noon.

Over the Hill Trail Riders will host a one-day Poker Rally on Sunday, leaving from the “Skybo School” registration from 10 a.m. till noon. Bring your own lunch. For more information, call John at 403-574-2197.

On Wednesday, May 15, come and enjoy an evening of Bingo at the Drop-In Centre. It begins at 7:30 p.m.

Thanks goes out to all who came out last Saturday to help clean up the village gardens. A wonderful lunch was served by the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club.

Birthday greetings go out to Chris Norman, Hunter Hartum, Arne Norman, Cheryl Thomson, Ella Bailey, Maison Ruby, Tara Helfer, Curtis Fuller, Shae Burlock, Travis Mueller, Lyrah Thomson, Candice Erickson, Joseph Weibel, Rebecca Broemeling, Barrett Norman, Charlene Dahl, Cori Fuller, Kailey Baker, Katelyn Dietrich, Kyle Meston, Shirley Erickson, Tara Salmon and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

— Donalda Diary

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