Mueller grand winner in Donalda bench fair

To kick off the 31st annual Donalda Bench Fair, a delicious pancake breakfast was held last Saturday in the community hall.

To kick off the 31st annual Donalda Bench Fair, a delicious pancake breakfast was held last Saturday in the community hall.

The grand aggregate winner was Mary Mueller, with 263 points, and the junior aggregate winner was Lexi Dietrich, with 188 points.

Other winners in each category include:

Photography — Mary Mueller, 126 points.

Junior photography — Jillian Broemeling, 71.

Needlework — Judy Swaren, 74.

Junior needlework — Lexi Dietrich, 71.

Hobbies — Judy Swaren, 30.

Junior hobbies — Lexi Dietrich, 71.

Art — Ken Overacker, 10.

Junior art — Jayden Swaren, 8.

Horticulture — Gerda Mueller, 184.

Junior horticulture — Lexi Dietrich, 50.

Home economics — Bev Hillestad, 64.

Recycle — Mary Mueller, 8.

Vegetable Man — 10 & under: Lexi Dietrich, Lincoln Broemeling; 11-16: Walter Broemeling.

Colouring contest — girls 8 & under: 1. Donna Broemeling; 2. Lexi Dietrich; boys 8 & under: 1. Lincoln Broemeling; girls 9 & over: 1. Sabrina Broemeling; boys 9 & over: 1. Taylor Broemeling; 2. Walter Broemeling.

Thanks to those in the community who volunteered, participated, viewed and supported the bench fair. It was a great turnout.

The Donalda Museum still has centennial souvenirs for sale, such as mugs, cards and key chains. If you would be interested in purchasing a hoody, zip-up hoodies or T-shirts, call the museum at 1-403-883-2100 to place an order.

There are a lot of August birthday wishes this week, and they go out to Brody Norman, Darren Saboe, Don Salmon, Seth Ewald, Alayna Longeagne, Elisha Hurren, Mike Mueller, Stephanie Siegrist, Carol MacNeil, Jared Boyson, Kelsey Rider, Lilian Norman, Mark Salmon, Joseph Seale, Sheri Tenney, Steven Dahl, Edna Andres and Parker Schoettler-Ma.

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