Town of Gadsby ‘on the move’

Despite the weather, the Gadsby hall was busy on Saturday with the 92nd annual Omega Circle bazaar.

Despite the weather, the Gadsby hall was busy on Saturday with the 92nd annual Omega Circle bazaar.

The numbers were down slightly, but the tables were busy.

It was fun to see the little kids dressed in their Halloween costumes, lined up at the fishpond.

Kay and Doug Hankinson of Wandering River were home for the weekend, staying with brother Wayne and Margery Glasier. While in Gadsby, they took in the bazaar and visited old friends.

Bill and Joyce Hansel, along with daughter Sandy, Denee and Shaya, and daughter Sue all went to Provost on Saturday for great-granddaughter Cadee Trennery’s first birthday. Cadee’s mom and dad, Curtis and Corinne, hosted the party and entertained a house full of family and friends with a slide show of Cadee’s first year.

It was a year to celebrate!

Get-well wishes go out to Lorraine Potter, who is recovering from a recent car accident and is in the Stettler hospital.

The town of Gadsby has been on the move, with Laura and Ray Stevenson buying and moving into the Mary Brennen house; Rosemary and Vern Payne have bought Stevenson’s Resort on the outskirts of Gadsby and are moving in, while Rosemary’s son has purchased their home (formerly Bruce Bignell’s place) and has moved in. It’s great to see the activity in Gadsby.

And don’t forget to help Percy and Paulette Heer celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Lutheran Church fellowship wing west of the high school in Stettler. The open house runs from 2 to 4 p.m.; with the program at 3 p.m. All are welcome to attend.

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