Looking for a nice quiet little town

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Mary Wold had most of her family home on the weekend to celebrate her birthday and then do some farm work.
There was a mixed bridal shower on Saturday, May 4 for Roxanne Van Hecke and Mike Field at the Battle Bend School.
On Sunday there was a bridal shower for Nicole Nychyporuk at the Alliance Rec Center.
There will be a bridal shower for Ashley Sacha, bride elect of Rocky Bishop, on Saturday, May 11 at the Community Hall.
One more bridal shower on May 26, for Elizabeth Holt, bride elect of Ralph Davidson. Ralph and Beth are getting married June 1.
The United Church has been transformed to ‘garage sale’ mode this week for   Friday night 6 – 9 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2.
Next week is the annual Mother’s Day Breakfast at the hall.  The Legion makes a really good breakfast.
The transfer site (dump) will be open on Saturday and Sunday next week and no fees will be charged for using the facility.
Gordon McPherson has put his house in Alliance up for sale.  Gord is living in Camrose and says that there is a lot more for him to do there.
There was a large funeral in the hall on Friday as friends and family gathered to say goodbye to Gerry Hofer.
Our new bank courier is Gabor.  I met him at Elizabeth’s Hair Salon.  Gabor is Hungarian.
There was a meeting on Wednesday night at the Multiplex to start plans for July 1.
The hotel site is all cleaned up and leveled with new dirt.  Looks a lot better.
The old arena site is also leveled and has some new dirt.  The first work bee at the Centenial Garden will be May 28.   Karin McCracken is in charge of this big project.  Call her if you have trees, shrubs or time to spare.
Welcome to town, Kelly and Lloyd Elter who purchased the former Ede Alcorn house, behind the hardware store.  They come from Edmonton and were looking for a nice quiet little town.

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