End of summer is just a month away

The Donalda Ag Society will host its 33rd annual Fall Bench Fair on August 9, opening at 9 a.m. at the community hall

The Donalda Ag Society will host its 33rd annual Fall Bench Fair on August 9, opening at 9 a.m. at the community hall; look forward to spending a day in Donalda as the museum will conduct walking tours of the historical buildings in the village, you could also take a hike into the coulees on our developed hiking trails.

On August 23, the Donalda Community Promotions will hold a drive-in-movie down in the coulees, this is always an end of the summer fun evening; concession and gates will open at 7:30 p.m. and the movie “The Bucket List” will start at dusk. Hope to see many of you out.

Birthday greetings go out to Kayla Berry, Arnold Jones, Taneesh Boyson, Ben Hofer, James Tanguay, Margaret Warner, Pat Dinsmore, Shaeffer Smith, Caliagh Andres, Jase McCarthy, Kevin Kittler, Linaya Sehlstrom, Kathy Nattestad, Don Helmig, Mary Anne Awe, Patricia Fisher and everyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy birthday!!

DONALDA DIARY

 

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