Let’s clean up for good first impression

The community is welcoming spring with our annual village clean up done on Saturday, May 3.

The community is welcoming spring with our annual village clean up done on Saturday, May 3 and will be ongoing until May long weekend when all the venues will open for the summer. Let us all work to clean up our streets and yards after a long winter. We must remember you only get one chance to make a “first impression” on our guests that visit our village.

On Saturday May 10, Donalda Community Promotions will host a drive-in movie in the coulees, this is held in Willow Canyon (formerly Donalda Ski Hill), gates and concession will open at 7 p.m. and the movie, “Rise of the Guardians”, will begin around 9:30 p.m. Come early enjoy a hike in the coulees before the movie.

On Sunday, May 11, the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club will host a “Mother’s Day Strawberry Pancake Breakfast and Music Jam” at the Donalda Drop-in Centre, doors will open at 9 a.m., pancakes ready by 10 a.m. and served until 1 pm. What a great way to treat Mom.

The Donalda Art Gallery will host an “Opening Gala Wine and Cheese” on Friday May 16, 2014, 7 – 9 pm, this will feature our opening exhibit of local artists. Birthday greetings go out to Kaylon Clement, Luke Broemeling, Chris Norman, Hunter Hartum, Taylor Watt, Arne Norman, Cheryl Thomson, Ella Bailey, Tara Helfer, Curtis Fuller, Shae Burlock, Travis Mueller, Lyrah Thomson, Candice Erickson, Joseph Weibel, Rebecca Broemeling, and anyone else celebrating this week. Happy Birthday!

DONALDA DIARY

 

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