Lighthouse Church to host its Annual Spaghetti Supper on April 7

Don't forget to come out to the dinner and silent auction event, which begins at 5:30.

CASTOR NEWS — Sean and Lisa Baldwin, along with big sister Hailey, are excited to announce the arrival of Adalyn Tay Baldwin. She was born on Thursday, March 9 in Edmonton, weighing 7lbs. 11oz. Congratulations to the Baldwin family.

Kerry McPhail and her two children, Stephanie and Mitch were down visiting Kerry’s mom and stepdad, Barbara and Roy Pals, from March 25 to 30. They had an early Easter celebration and spent time visiting friends around town. Once back home, Stephanie competed in “St. Albert’s Got Talent” on Friday, March 31, making it to the finals on Sunday, April 2, where she ended up winning the Junior High School Division. Well done Stephanie!

Kevin and I went to a concert in Camrose on Thursday, March 30 as Tim Neufeld and the Glory Boys rocked the crowd. It was an awesome concert. We had missed them when they had come to Stettler earlier in March, and were fortunate enough to have friends with extra tickets to the Camrose event. They were definitely worth the drive.

Our Lady Of Grace Catholic Church held their roast beef supper on Sunday, April 2 at the Castor Community Hall from 4:30 p.m. The hall was packed with people of all ages enjoying the delicious food, visiting with each other, and enjoying some local entertainment.

Don’t forget to attend the Lighthouse Church’s annual spaghetti supper on Friday, April 7. It promises to be a great evening.

I hope everyone had a wonderful fun-filled spring break. I look forward to hearing about what everyone was up to!

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