Gadsby-Westwood News: It was the young people’s week this past week

Plenty of celebrations in the area over the last while

Sadie Diegel and Shaya Brower of Gadsby along with Sidney Popst and Jessica Lane of Stettler were among those chosen to play in the Red Deer Seniors Bowl All Star basketball tournament on Saturday.

Although they didn’t win it was a great experience for all.

Birthday celebrations and a Ninja Turtle pizza-themed party on Saturday for three-year-old Kamryn Bigney.

Parents Tom and Angela Bigney along with Kalli hosted the event.

Guests included grandparents Fred and Velvet, Charlene and Dennis; aunts and uncles Amanda and Wayne, Haley and Nick and cousins Cooper, Rowyn and Greyson.

A great time for family sharing, caring and pictures!

Her actual birthday was Thursday, March 22nd.

Another birthday girl celebrating this weekend was Jules Cordel.

Parents Tasha and Aaron had a different birthday plan with the ladies (grandma Gloria, auntie Richelle and girls all helping Jules who turned five while the boys, grandpa Stan, uncles Arden and Greg, cousins Alex and Chandler taking in the Jeff Dunham program in Red Deer.

Gloria and Stan, Richelle and Greg and family, Ybiett, Bella and Elijah as well as Ron and Donna Beier, Darcy, Dawson and Jackson and of course Arden and Deanne, Sadie and Sophie all attended the Stettler Figure Skating Carnival on Saturday to watch young Eva and Ella in their performances of ‘A Little Bit of Country’ and ‘A Little Bit of Rock and Roll’.

Their costumes varied from helmets to cowboy hats.

Bill and Joyce Hansel attended the same event and were entertained by great granddaughter Shaya who had spent Thursday night with them and hurried home for rehearsal Friday before the big day Saturday.

Well done everyone!

Stan and Gloria also enjoyed the Camrose Resort Casino with an overnight and brunch before returning home to attend all the weekend festivities.

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