School’s 100th anniversary to be celebrated in late June

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club apologizes to anyone who might have come out for pancakes and a music jam last Sunday.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club apologizes to anyone who might have come out for pancakes and a music jam last Sunday.

The event was cancelled because of bad weather.

On Mother’s Day Sunday, May 12, Donalda hosts its “strawberry pancake breakfast, music jam and auction of birdhouses.” It begins at 10 a.m., with an auction at noon.

The Donalda Cemetery Club holds its first meeting of the year tonight, with a potluck lunch to follow. We always need new members.

The Donalda School’s 100th anniversary will be celebrated June 29 and 30.

If you’re interested in helping out, contact Don Seale at 403-883-2280.

The Donalda Community Promotions will host a village cleanup May 4, depending on the weather.

An emergency preparedness workshop is set for May 8. For information, call Byron at 403-883-2230.

The spring, the Drive-In Movie is scheduled for Saturday, May 11, starting at dusk.

The Donalda School Playground Committee holds a bottle drive all this month. All bottles from the recycle trailer will be donated to the cause.

They will canvass the community April 20.

Birthday wishes go out to Mark Tenny, Sarah Swedberg, Shaylee McMann, Eugene Komishke, Amy Cockerill, Cody Olson, Hadleigh Smith, Carmen Baker, Jennifer Langlois, Ben Erickson, John Pearson, RaeAnna Swedberg, Ross Halseth, Brittany Nixon, Daryl Kittler and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday!


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