Weather not suitable for calving season

Many farmers are in the throes of newborn calves and the weather is not co-operating with the busy time of year.

Many farmers are in the throes of newborn calves and the weather is not co-operating with the busy time of year.

Congratulations to Troy and Diana Walgenbach on the birth of their baby boy, Owen Martin on March 14, a sister for Haley.

Proud grandparents are Rhonda Walgenbach, Larry and Madge Strom, all of the Gadsby area, as well as great-grandmother Kathy Muncy.

New grandparents Don and Elsie Yates are pleased to announce the birth of their grand-daughter Sofia Marsha, seven pounds, 16 ounces on March 15.

Proud parents are Glen and Alma Yates.

The family resides in Frederick, Maryland, USA.

Don and Elsie had a bit of practice being nana and papa when Glen adopted Sofia’s older brother Sergia.

Happy 83rd birthday to Bill Boyd on March 14.

Frank and Eleanor Dahlgren drove to Innisfail last Saturday to the home of Dallas and Cindy McAllister to celebrate great-grandson Dallon’s fifth birthday with a full house of family and friends.

Mr. Campbell and Mr. Peters chaperoned 21 students from William E. Composite High School in Stettler to Edmonton as they headed to the provincial archery tournament at the Boats and Sportsman Expo last Friday.

Hometown girl Brittany McKay came in 10th with 248 points out of 300.

First place went to Shannon Hammond with 264 points and Will Roberts won first for boys.

Despite the cold snowy weather, the cash and ham Bingo on Saturday night attracted 27 players.

The loonie pot continues to grow.

The next scheduled Bingo is April 20.

— GADSBY/WESTWOODS