Lots of events scheduled for spring at Donalda

The Donalda School Playground Committee will be holding a “Spring Bottle Drive” during the months of April and May,

The Donalda School Playground Committee will be holding a “Spring Bottle Drive” during the months of April and May, if you need items picked up call Shauna at 403-883-2122.

The Donalda Drive-in will hold its first movie for 2014 in Willow Canyon (the old ski hill) on May 10, movie starting about 9:30 p.m. There will be a concession, and of course, come early to hike the coulees. This is always a fun evening in the coulees.

The Donalda & District Museum will hold its annual “Garage Sale” the last Saturday in May, donations gratefully accepted you can call Darlene at 403-883-2100 or 403-883-2253 to make arrangements. If you wish to book your own table, you can also call Darlene or Marlene at 403-883-2381.

Donalda Community Promotions still meeting to make sure the third annual “Show and Shine” meets your expectations. There are no prizes but a chance to show off your special vintage vehicle, on Saturday, June 28 at the Lamp Park in Donalda; this will kick off with a pancake breakfast starting at 8 a.m.

The 8th annual Living Hope Camp fundraiser held on March 22nd was a sell out event, a good time was had by all, with live and silent auction. Thank you to all who helped make this event a success.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club will hold its monthly Pancake Breakfast and Music Jam on April 13 at the Drop-in Centre; doors open at 11am.

You will see tickets go on sale this next week for the 3rd Annual Show and Shine BBQ Raffle. The Show and Shine will be held on Saturday June 28. Starting at 8 a.m. with a Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club. Look forward to seeing everyone out.

Birthday wishes go out to Brent Schweer, Dawson Nixon, Mike Swedberg, Steve Sideritsch, Travis Hutchison, Alden Mueller, Frank Sutton, Jessica Lee, Zachary Fisher, Jessica Nelson, Brady Jaffray, Carla Hillestad, Colby Norman, Edwina Friberg, Breanna Hofer, Emily Saboe, Veronica SaboeAudrey Lane, Brad Steinhoff, Rodney Norman, Shane Fuller, Tony Jaksitz, Troy Auton, Janine Mendemilla, Sheena Blouin, Dayton Rider, Mykayla Tantrum, Steve Murphy, Broc Awe, Levi Awe, Teresa Quist, Marina Norman, Roman Longeagne and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week. Happy Birthday!!



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