Gadsby Mother’s Day Tea on Saturday

The tea runs from 1 to 3 p.m. at the hall, so bring your mother, grandmother, aunt, or someone who is special in your life.

GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS — On May 13 there will be a Mother’s Day tea from 1 to 3 p.m. at the hall, so bring your mother, grandmother, aunt, or someone who is special in your life.

Gadsby and area, your new mailbox keys have arrived. The Canada Post Office is moving and improving our mailboxes. The new site will be on the south side of the bank building, along the street.

Bill and Joyce Hansel drove to Cadogan on April 30, to help great grandson Dustin Botting celebrate his fourth birthday. Parents, Ryan and Leila hosted the event. Happy birthday Dustin.

We said good bye to one of my faithful readers and a friend to many, with the passing of Barry Brown. Barry passed away suddenly on May 4 at home. His funeral was held on May 10. Barry was 84.

Also word has come of the passing of William (Ted) Lineham. Sympathies to his wife Jan (nee Neesar) and their five daughters Judy, Carol, Beverly, Terri and Dodie and their families as well as brother-in-law Glen (Ellen) Neesar and Delores Duris. Jan was a cousin to Julius Duris. Funeral services were held in Okotoks. Ted was 86.


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