Drive-in movie popular

Mother’s Day weekend is over and I’m sure it was enjoyable for all moms. It was definitely a great weekend in Donalda.

Mother’s Day weekend is over and I’m sure it was enjoyable for all moms. It was definitely a great weekend in Donalda.

The Donalda School drama club performed “The Frog Prince of Spamalot” last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each evening performance was well attended, with Saturday a sellout.

The drive-in movie had 50 cars out. It was a wonderful evening — no wind and pleasantly warm. We look forward to another movie in September. Thanks to the volunteers who made it happen.

The strawberry pancake breakfast was a sellout, with many people staying for the birdhouse auction and a music jam. Thanks to all the moms who gave up their day to make it a success, and the dads, as well as those who made the birdhouse and supplied music.

The cowboy challenge clinic held last Saturday was also well-attended.

The Donalda and District Museum hosts a community garage sale and pancake breakfast Saturday, May 25. Doors open at 9 a.m. Call 403-883-2100 to book a table.

Birthday wishes go out to Amor Reyes, Thomas Banziger, Wayne Komishke, Chad Whiteside, Dean Franklin, Norman Dahl, Travis Doucette, Eugenie Dhenin, Marvin Reyes, Brandon McMurray, Carissa Bergstrom, Tannis Kneeland, Austyn Ewald and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday!

— Donalda Diary

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