Drive-in movie set for Donalda

This Saturday, Donalda Community Promotions will hold a Drive-In Movie in the Coulees.

This Saturday, Donalda Community Promotions will hold a Drive-In Movie in the Coulees. The movie is “The Blind Side.” Gates and concession open at 7:30 p.m., with the movie at dusk. Come and enjoy an evening in the coulees.

The Donalda Community Arts Society will host “Octoberfest 2012,” on Saturday, Oct. 13. Mark your calendars and help support our community arts.

Anyone looking for work in town is advised the Ag Society is looking for a custodian, Contact Jodi at 403-883-2330.

The Donalda Library Internet Café is scheduled to open Sept. 20, Come and enjoy coffee on us.

The library is looking for gently used DVD donations. If you are cleaning up your collection, think of us.

Birthday greetings go out to Anna Kneeland, Brittany Hofer, Garth Gillund, Sabrina Bromeling, Taylor Bromeling, Davin O’Malley Vikse, Herminia Arandia, Ronda Strandquist, Shantel Fisher, Kathy Knudtson, Danny Thomas, Estella Helfer, Grace Hebbes, Irene Ross, Kelly Bailey-Carroll, Austin Awe, Mark Meston, Jace Salmon, James Hutchison, Jill Henderson, Mike Bromeling, Shauna Larson, Sheila Norman, Steven Baker, Mel Andres and anyone else celebrating a birthday.

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