St. Patrick’s Day celebration on March 18

Winter has came back with a vengeance, where is that little rodent?

GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS — Winter has came back with a vengeance, where is that little rodent?

The Gadsby Community Hall is hosting a Valentine’s Day event beginning at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10. Ten dollars per family of four; five dollars each otherwise. There will be prizes, spot dances and fun for the kids. “Dally Up & Dance” by DJ Lori Blake. Everyone’s welcome.

Just a note for your March calendars that the St. Patrick’s Day dine and dance event has been rescheduled. It will now be held at the Gadsby Community Hall on Saturday, March 18, so please note the change of date. Tickets are available at Well’s Furniture or from any board member. The board members are President Dan Tuck, Vice President Vicki Lang, Treasurer Megan McPhea, Secretary Holly Heier. More info to follow.

Congratulations to Lawrence Clarke on the arrival of his great grandson, Foster Jay Norman. Proud parents are Brett and Lyndon Norman of Stettler and grandparents, Rodney and Karen Norman of Donalda. Foster was born on Tuesday, Jan. 17, weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces and was 20 inches long.

Gloria and Stan Diegel helped granddaughter Jasmine Diegel celebrate her 13th birthday on Saturday at her parents, Wade and Ybiett’s. Also there were Richelle and Greg Skocdopole and family; and Uncle Arden. Deanne was in Ardossan with daughter Sadie at a basketball tournament. Jasmine enjoyed an evening of supper, cake and gifts. Happy birthday Jasmine!

Get well wishes to John Heer who is recovering from his Friday surgery at the Stettler hospital.

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