Local entertainment on stage during Donalda’s Canada Day celebrations. (Kevin Sabo photo)

Donalda celebrates Canada Day

Hundreds turn out to celebrate country’s birthday

Donalda celebrates Canada Day with lots of activities. Photos by Kevin Sabo for the Stettler Independent

 

Jennifer and Brenda Devries of Bashaw with their friend Shirley Salmon of the Donalda region. They enjoying catching up with each other after a slice of pie and coffee at the Donalda Drop-in center on Canada day. (Kevin Sabo photo)

Sandra Lee-Mailer of Stettler area showing off one of her felted creations at the “Twisted Sisters” exhibit in the Donalda Gallery. (Kevin Sabo photo)

MP Kevin Sorenson for the Battle River-Crowfoot Constituency delivering the best line of the day, “Everyone will enjoy the parade more once the politicians are past.”

Donalda Light Riders durng the parade July 1. Kevin Sabo photos

Horse and carriage in the Donalda parade. Horse and carriage in the Donalada parade. (Kevin Sabo photo)

A crowd of people in the Donalda Community Hall enjoy a roast beef supper during their Canada Day celebrations July 1.

Marlene McNeill demonstrates yarn spinning at the Donalda Gallery. (Kevin Sabo photo)

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