Alliance News

The Day in the Gallery comes once every two years in November.  It is a chance to see some of the work of local artists and crafters.  There were displays of wood carvings, wood crafts, wood pens and salt and pepper sets,wood toys, alpaca socks and mitts, fancy knit hats and mitts, beautiful paintings and other art works.
Karin McCracken had her three sisters here on the weekend to help out with her display of paintings, fancy knitting and fancy painting on wooden bowls.
Florence and Grant McMahon were also at the hall for the day.  Florence has painted the elevators in all of the towns along the Battle River Rail and has made coasters and note cards of the paintings.  Grant lived in Alliance for years.
The Legion had a church parade on Sunday, November 10.  They sure look spiffy in the uniforms.
Amy and Jared Abbott of Edmonton joined her folks, Roger and Betty Spady and sister, Mary Anne at church on Sunday.
Terry and Roberta (Mundle) White and their daughter were in Alliance for the weekend.  They are in pursuit of the white tail deer.  They still live in Edmonton. They are also former residents of the area.
Bob Alcorn is home for the hunt.  I saw him at the Gallery when he was in visiting his mom.  Phyllis had her books for sale.

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