Some interest expressed in Hobby Club

In a rainy year the grass chokes out the dandelion; in a dry year the dandelion chokes out the grass. Guess which one we are in.

Did you know: In a rainy year the grass chokes out the dandelion; in a dry year the dandelion chokes out the grass.  Guess which one we are in.

The Gadsby Bank Building was the scene of the annual county fruit tray presentation on Wednesday with 23 people attending.  Councillor Greg Jackson presented the tray; cake and coffee served by members of the Gadsby District Hobby Club.  Following coffee time, a 5 o’clock meeting of the club was held to determine interest in joining.  Two young people voiced their interests, we had six seniors and four members as well.  Because of the young persons’ interest, it was decided to allow another month to see if they can generate more interest.  A date for the next meeting will be announced soon.

A shared Botha/Gadsby grant for maintenance/grounds keeper has been awarded to Ivan Andrews. The job will keep him busy in both towns, mowing, weed eating and maintenance.  Percy Heer (mowing) and Lavonne Smith (office) have retired from the village staff. Percy will stay on to run the vac truck until the sewer project is completed this summer.

The Botha/Gadsby school trip to Calgary Zoo was a fun day on Friday. Granddaughter Hannah Winter enjoyed all the animals they saw that day, especially the monkeys, birds and cats.

Bill and Joyce Hansel helped Carl and Grace Krautt celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 4.  Also there were Ken and Donna Godgerson and Doug and Virginia Duncan.

Then on June 5, Bill and Joyce took a cake over to help Tate Musgrove celebrate his third birthday.

Congratulations to Hally and Kendra Walgnebach on the birth of their baby girl, Tenley Raine on June 6. Tentley weighed seven pounds eleven ounces, a sister for Mia.  Proud grandparents are Neal and Lorna Walgenbach of Gadsby and Peter and Ruby Miller of Forestburg.  Great Granparents are Eleanor and Frank Dahlgren of Gadsby.

Sunday visitors at Jim and Ethel Baird’s were grandson Kyle (Melody’s son) and his fiancé from Fort Saskatchewan.  A nice surprise on a hot day!

Bill and Joyce Hansel motored to Cadogon on Sunday to daughter Marylou and Stan Botting. Also there were Ryan and Leila Bently and Dusty.  Another birthday celebration with Leila’s “29 and holding” birthday cake.  Also there were Jeff and Kathy and Brett.  It was out to Capt Ayre Lake to check out Stan and MaryLou’s cabin, which has undergone some renovations.  Much cooler but lots of mosquitoes.

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