Heritage Society meets this week

I would be remiss not to mention the eight inches of snow that fell on Saturday. There, I've mentioned it.

The Big Knife 4-H met at Donalda for the mini showdate.  Congratulations to the Derr girls who did good in dance. Shayla received high point in Drumheller and was presented with a trophy.

Bill and Joyce Hansel motored to Cadogan on Sunday for their great grandson Dustin Botting’s second birthday.  Mom and dad, Leigha and Ryan, hosted a “choo choo ” train theme which included decorated birthday cake and cookies; train trays of fruit and veggies; even a train pinate. All the family gathered at the Cadogan school building for the event with nine wee ones to help Dustin celebrate.  It should be noted Bill and Joyce ran out of snow the east side of Castor.

It was an exciting weekend for Marie (Baird) Vance, who became a great grandmother on Friday, April 24.  Granddaughter Mel (Melanie) Baird and Brian Madden are the proud parents of a baby boy, Seth Doniven Madden, who arrived in Red Deer Hospital. Congratulations to all!

Eleanor Dahlgren headed to Stettler on Sunday to watch granddaughter Tammy Hronek, Luke and Kayla run the barrels. Congratulations to Kayla who came in second.

There will be an annual meeting of the Heritage Society (church building) on Thursday, April 30. Anyone interested in attending and finding out where the meeting will be, please contact Margaret at 403 742 2117