Happy New Year from Donalda

DONALDA DIARY -- Everyone in the Village of Donalda would like to wish all a happy New Year. We hope that the holidays are fun-filled.

DONALDA DIARY — Everyone in the Village of Donalda would like to wish all a happy New Year. We hope that the holidays are fun-filled with love and laughter. For those travel near or far, please be safe on the roads.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club will hold its next meeting Jan 4, 2016 at noon. New members welcome. There will also be a Pancake Breakfast and Jam session Jan 10, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Donalda & District Museum will be closed for the Holiday season, but will return to its normal winter hours beginning Jan 7th, 2016.

Birthday wishes this week go out to Clay Awe, Ian Stone, Aveya Laye, Cindy Auton, Mark Siemens, Dusty Viske, Mardy Kulak, and Bob Halseth. Happy Birthday to all!

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