Hope spring is here to stay so we can wash away the winter blues.
Recently, 18 GPCG ladies enjoyed a get-together at Two Brothers. Our next meeting is on May 10 at Chateau Three Hills.
Sympathy to Marie Kubinec and families on the passing of her sister Rita Haggarty of Trochu. Also sympathy to the Brian Parry and Ella DuMontier families.
On Thursday, four tables of Military Whist were played at the CommUnity Drop In Centre. Winners were: high man Neil O'Shea, ladies high Inez Page. Low went to O

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Watson and Grace Reed held their Easter gathering on Saturday with 33 family members having dinner at E & W Restaurant. This was followed by snow painting, bubble blowing and Easter basket hunting. Children and grandchildren came from Picture Butte, Airdrie, Didsbury, Red Deer, Blackfalds, Thorsby and Erskine. Before leaving, many of them visited their dad and grandpa, Watson at St. Mary's.
Welcome back to all the snowbirds who arrived last week in time for spring and to fill out their taxes

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Did I say "stop complaining!" last week? What was I thinking of! Mother Nature really want to test our patience doesn't she? At least we are not having tornadoes or earthquakes.
Last Tuesday was an evening of celebration for the Ghost PIne Community Group. Sixty-two years ago, they held their first meeting. Pat Dau emceed the evening and after Dianne Leaf gave a very meaningful blessing, and about 50 people sat down to a delicious pot-luck. There were two charter members in attendance - Hazel A

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Well, folks, it's time to stop complaining! We have seen the sun again, and the snow is disappearing, what more could we want?
The January Sunday School class at Manor Gospel Church held a fundraising dinner after church on Sunday. The money raised will be used to send First Nation children to camp and also to help orphan children in the Ukraine.
Joe and June Kanderka of Three Hills and Walter and Agnes Meding of Trochu were dinner guests of Mary Hussin, at her new home in Calgary. Mary is a sis

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