Donalda Diary: Donalda School’s bottle drive coming up

Big day for meetings coming up with Donalda’s ag society and museum.

Donalda Diary

The Donalda School’s parent council bottle drive is April 20th.

If you need your bottles picked up earlier in the day, arrangements can be made by contacting the school. The Donalda School parent council meeting is also April 26th at 3:15 p.m. It will be taking place at the school, so parents, if you want to have a more active role with your children’s education, you are welcome to attend.

Tuesday, April 24th is a big day for meetings in Donalda. Both the Donalda and District Museum Society and the ag society are holding their meetings at 7 p.m. The museum meeting will be taking place at the museum, and the ag society will be meeting at the hall. New members are always welcome to attend and have their opinions heard.

Want to have a hand in restoring the Donalda Co-Operative Creamery? Come and enjoy the Donalda Museum’s pie inner fundraiser. The event is on Thursday, April 26th from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Donalda Drop-In Centre. On the menu is shepherd’s pie, chicken pot pie, beef pot pie, green salad, coleslaw, and a variety of breads, beverages and desserts.

Birthday wishes for this week go out to Courtney Hill, Eugene Komishke, Amy Cockerill, Hadleigh Smith, Carman Baker, Joseph LaBelle, Ben Erickson, John Pearson, RaeAnna Normand, Ross Halseth, Brittany Nixon, Kyle Konrad, and Chad Grams. We hope you all have a very Happy Birthday!

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