Hobby club shuts down, ends with huge sale

It's holiday time, people coming and going. Hopefully all arrive at their destination safely.

It’s holiday time, people coming and going. Hopefully all arrive at their destination safely. John and Jewel Heer, Hannah and Bailey enjoyed 10 days in B.C., camping at Kicking Horse campground, taking day trips here and there. A relaxing time to enjoy the sights and sounds of the mountains.

Jim Stenberg is home visiting his mom Donna McKay. While here they headed to Fairview, Alberta where they visited Donna’s mom, Anne Donaldson who resides in Harvest Lodge. Joining them there was Donna’s brother Greg from Eaglesham. They also visited Donna’s sister Irma Atkinson. On the way home, Jim was called back to Rocheter for a week, coming back for two more weeks, starting Friday, July 31.

It’s become an annual tradition! Trailers headed to Gull Lake for a week together.  Gloria Diegel (daughter Tasha and kids stayed with her Tuesday through Thursday); Richelle and family; Ybiett and family, Deanne and girls; and Corina Derr and girls.  A repeat of history as they were setting up.  A vicious hail storm hit (as it did last year), causing some damage to RV vents!  All safe and sound! And an enjoyable week together.

The Gadsby District Hobby Club is coming to an end.  There will be a huge garage sale at the Bank Building Friday, August 7 (10am) and Saturday (9am).  Everything must go.  And going cheap!.Some tools, lots of kitchen tools, electric and hand.  Coffee available.

Fred Entwisle received word of the death of close friend, Gord who was traveling on Highway 63, the Fort Mac death trap road.  Gord and Fred have been friends since six years of age.  Sincere sympathies to all.

Dwight and Ive Lee Quance drove to Dawson Creek, B.C. to attend his aunt Betty Hankins’  funeral last week. Interment service at Woodland Cemetery , Botha, Monday, August 3