Some real estate has been moving lately in Alliance

Written by Submitted

Elaine Wallace had her sister, Gloria from Bellville visiting with her.  They both attended the Alliance market.
The cake draws in support of the Food Bank were won by Mary Wold and Anne Clough and of course the big winner was the Food Bank as each month about $200 goes into the funds.
Some real estate has been moving lately.
The mobile home formerly owned by the Yakamovich’s has been purchased by Lorne Goodrich.
The acreage that Gene Wiart had (former Glen Heffel place) has been sold.
There are new renters in the little house owned by Ginnette Boisvert.  I have heard that it is Guy Goodin’s sister.  Guy and Pam live in the house next to the church.
Judi Solonick was at the last market gathering support for the “Open Minds” walk and run to be held in Camrose in August.  This is a fundraiser for the Schizophrenia Society.  Judi says thanks to all the folks at the Alliance market who offered their support.
Karin McCraken will have some of her art work on display at the Museum in August.  The Art Walk will be open on Wednesdays and Saturdays, August 10 – 24 from 1 – 4 p.m.  Of course there are also other things to see at the museum too.
Peter and I braved the crowds and attended the Big Valley Jamboree on Friday.  It wasn’t so bad.  In fact it was pretty easy.  We happened upon Alvin and Sheila Miller and found out about the mall parking and then take the bus.  At the bus stop we came upon Penny Stewart and her friend Sue and found that we had better take our chairs  because the numbers on our tickets were not seat numbers.
On the bus we saw Lawrence and Audrey Dammann, Peter’s uncle and then cousins Brian and Sandra Moore at the concert bowl.  We had a visit with Grant and Florence McMahon between concerts.  Florence has a nice brochure with her art work featured.
The Argyle Women’s Institute is going on the summer mystery tour on Wednesday.  We will be going to Edmonton to see Lilas Lysne and have some of her famous cinnamon buns then off to the Provincial Archives for a tour.  I will tell you about the rest of it next week.

About the author