Monthly ball meeting to be open to all, annual bazaar coming up soon

With temperatures dropping to minus 14 and over an inch of snow on the ground, it looks like winter has arrived.

With temperatures dropping to minus 14 and over an inch of snow on the ground, it looks like winter has arrived.

Several scrapbookers enjoyed a cozy day at the bank building on Saturday. The next scrapbooking day will be Saturday, Nov. 14.

Mark this date on your calendar and come take advantage of the laughter and fun the girls have each time they gather.

Harvey and Barb Glasier dropped in on Harvey’s mom Wilma Glasier recently. Harvey and Barb were on their way home from seeing their new grandchild and attending Harvey’s 40-year reunion in Edmonton.

A meeting was held Monday night at the Bank Building for the Gadsby Ball Association. At the meeting it was decided to hold open meetings once a month. The next date will be posted closer to the date.

Plans are underway for the 89th Annual Omega Circle Bazaar which will be held Saturday, Oct. 31 at the Gadsby Community Hall.

The bake and craft sales start at 2 p.m. Draws will be made at 3 :30 p.m.

And did you mark your calendar for Oct. 24 for the next monthly supper at the Bank Building. A choice of ham, meatballs, beef, baked potatoes, salads and veggies, homemade biscuits, and a yummy homemade dessert.

Cash Bingo to follow. And yes, this is the fourth Saturday of the month.

Doreen Reynolds and Beatrice Selinger are home from a seven-day bus trip out of Red Deer. Destination Wendover, Nevada. Doreen reports this is a fun place to visit, a small town but large in hospitality, four casinos, good food and lots of places to stay. Doreen and Beatrice enjoyed the Nugget Hotel and Casino. The bus consisted of people from Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary and Lethbridge. Doreen says, “We’ll be back next year.”

Speaking of fun, there will be a family Halloween dance up at Westwoods on Oct. 30 with Barry Hill entertaining. More details coming.

Neal Walgenbach and Melita were in Vancouver recently and Lorna Walgenbach enjoyed a visit with a school friend she hadn’t seen for a while.