Keep Santa breakfast in mind

Close to 90 people attended the annual potluck and entertainment which was held at the hall last Saturday.

Close to 90 people attended the annual potluck and entertainment which was held at the hall last Saturday. The entertainment this year was the group Potters Clay, a gospel group which makes their home base in Red Deer. The group with their pianist was very entertaining.

The Halkirk girls’ volleyball team competed at the CWAJHAA tournament in Delburne on Saturday, but were unsuccessful in reaching the playoffs.

Mike and Echo Ashbacher went to Australia for two weeks visiting her brother Clint and his family. While there, she also attended a friend’s wedding.

JD and Sandra Johnson along with Devon, Toryn and Aspen returned Friday from nine days of very hot weather in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. While there, they were able to enjoy Zip lining, parasailing and boogie boarding.

Congratulations go out to Bonnie and Steve Maier on the birth of their fourth child, Hunter on Oct 29. Hunter has two sisters, River and Lily and a brother Clayton. Bonnie and Steve and family live where Marie and Arnold Myers used to.

Remember the Santa breakfast the first Sunday of December from 9 till 11.

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