Nice to hear the kids again

Ainsleigh and Seth Lucki are pleased to announce the arrival of their little brother Deagan David Lucki, born Aug. 27 in the Stettler Hospital. Deagan weighed 7lbs 2 oz and was 17 ½ inches long. Congratulations.

The Big Valley drop-in centre held their first meeting since June, with Yvonne Burnstad nominated to take over the casino account, which has been moved to ATB, because of the sudden closing of Community Savings. Pancake suppers will start in October with the first one on Oct. 5 at 5:30 p.m. The next potluck lunch and meeting will be on Oct. 6.

Arlyne Hingst enjoyed holidaying during August. She left at the end of July to stay with her daughter Wendy in Calgary, who was recovering from an operation. Her son-in law Shane from Sask., picked her up on Aug 14 to spend holidays with them and her grandchildren. Shane and Karen rented a cabin on the Lake Weyakwin near LaRonge Sask., for a week of boating and fishing. Her grandson Kevin Morse and great grand daughter Destiny from Drumheller were also there. After spending a week in Warmen she returned home at the end of August.

It’s nice to hear the kids in the school grounds again but it is a reminder summer is coming to an end. I noticed some trees starting to change color already. Please remember to watch school speed zones, and keep an eye open to children walking.

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