Potluck supper with gospel music on Saturday

Congratulations go out to Greg and Candice Boxma on the birth of a 7 lb 12 oz baby girl, Clara Joy, born Nov. 7 in Stettler.

Congratulations go out to Greg and Candice Boxma on the birth of a 7 lb 12 oz baby girl, Clara Joy, born Nov. 7 in Stettler. Thrilled to welcome their new baby sister are Jessica, Ava and Kayla as well as grandma Angie Boxma and great grandmother Joyce Neilson.

Sympathy goes out to the family of Paul Poirier at the age of 86 on Nov. 2 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Camrose. Paul leaves his wife Shirley and two step sons George and James Bourque. By request there will be no formal funeral. Paul and Shirley lived in Halkirk in the late 70s and 80s.

The Hanna Oilmen’s Bonspiel was held last week with a Tank Store team entered with Dan Fowler, Lee Fowler, Scott Koenraadt and Cliff Campbell.

Coming up; Regular Bingo at the hall on Nov 12 at 7:30; Nov 21, there will be a potluck supper at the hall followed by the music of Potters Clay, a southern gospel quartet out of Red Deer, everybody welcome; Dec. 6 pancake breakfast and all the trimmings at the hall with Santa, the breakfast is from 9 to 11.

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