Ghost Pine News September 1, 2010

On Wednesday, people lined the streets of Three Hills wearing many different shades of pink to watch the Wild Pink Yonder Parade. Lots of people, especially the kids, enjoyed the action that took place at Prairie Campus Courtyard after the parade. There were carnival games, petting zoo, face painting, inflatable bouncers and a pink barbecue. The next morning, Chateau Three Hills hosted a fundraiser pancake breakfast. It was a huge success.
Luella deBeaudrap recently attended a "McCarty" family reunion at Vegreville.
Veronica Voytechek spent all last week in Calgary visiting her daughters Monica, Dorothy and Joan.
Last Saturday, Chris Kester's brother Doug Raffan and wife Grace of Coleman stopped in for a visit after attending the Torrington Jamboree. This past week Lorne and Lyn Kester, Vern's brother of Lethbridge, spent the week at the campground. Chris Kester enjoyed visiting and having some meals with them there.
Nora Manners and children, Tessa, Lisa and Peter of Pincher Creek spent a few days last week visiting her parents, Melba and Andy Kopjar and sister Connie and Alan Anhorn.
Kathleen Robinson of Edmonton was a weekend guest at her son Johnny and Donna Robinson. She also had a visit with some of her old friends.
Dianne Leaf was in Calgary last Sunday to help celebrate her granddaughter, Arielle Porcheron's, 20th birthday.
Vern and Celia, Les and Gertie Crawford, Myrna and Neil Remus of Lethbridge attended the wedding of Vern and Celia's son Dennis and Nicole Crawford in Mississauga, Ont. on Aug. 21. Brian Crawford came from England to be his brother's best man.
Hazel Arvidson was pleased to have as a guest for a few days her granddaughter, Elena Johnson, who was taking a break from her writing career in Vancouver. Elena's parents, Phil and Marion Johnson, arrived home around the same time from their visit to the east coast, after several weeks on the road touring and visiting friends.