Show and Shine at the end of June

Hope every mother had a very memorable day and were honoured in a special way.

Hope every mother had a very memorable day and were honoured in a special way.

Now is the time to get your special car polished up as you only have a little over a month to get ready for the third annual Show & Shine in downtown Donalda at the Lamp Park, June 28th, 2014. Be sure and get you raffle ticket, first prize being an “Engine BBG”, second prize 7 piece patio set and third prize $500.00 cash.

Promotions was scheduled to host a drive-in movie Saturday May 10, down in the coulees, then the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club was scheduled to host the Mother’s Day Strawberry Pancake Breakfast and Music Jam.

Gala opening for the Donalda Art Gallery has been delayed as the renovations have not been completed at the time planned, so look for the opening in early June.

Birthday greetings go out to Barrett Norman, Charlene Dahl, Cori Fuller, David Sutton, Katelyn Dietrich, Kyle Meston, Shirley Erickson, Terra Salmon, Annette Sehlstrom, Paige Van Haga, Pam Salmon, Rod Schnieder, Rodney Jaffray, Jerianne Hillestad, Jody Dalueg, Kevin Andres, Rick Kotz, Sean MacNeil, Chris Rider and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday!

DONALDA DIARY

 

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