Alliance News

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Women’s Institute replanted some of the trees that survived the flooding on the garden lot.  There is more top soil on the lot now thanks to Dodd Ulrich and Wayne Cameron.
The Women’s Institute is sponsoring a Diabetes workshop on December 17 in Alliance at the hall.  This all day information session is coming from Alberta Health Services.
Brian Reister celebrated a birthday on Wednesday.  His sister Melinda and partner Scott came from Elk Point.  Melanie Boisvert of Quebec happened along to visit her sister Melina and joined in the celebration.
Burt Fitzpatrick is in hospital in Edmonton.
Nora Walker made a trip by ambulance this week.  She went to Killam for an overnight stay.
It was World Wide Communion on Sunday.  I find it very moving to be part of something that Christians all around the world are doing together.
Peter and I have a new great grandson. Lincoln Everet Acaster was born September 30 in Red Deer.  His parents are Chad and Gillian Acaster of Castor.  He has an older brother, Austin.
His grandmother, our daughter Debbie is staying with the family to help out since Gill is on crutches with a broken ankle.  Melvin Acaster of Coronation is one grandfather, Bruce Brown of Grande Prairie is Gill’s dad.  Dagny Brown of Barrhead is Lincoln’s other grandmother.  Margaret and Edwin Odell of Killam and Isabelle Dahl of Sylvan Lake are the other great grandparents.

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