The Action begins with the Demolition Derby on Friday evening with several new classes including vabs and trucks. Don’t miss the action. The fair which will be opened by world rower Grahan Peeters and Olympist Dr. Darren Barber. An improved horse show and cattle competition, will attract attention. The many exhibits in the Rec Centre, and the variety of vendors in the arena and outdoors, will be of interest. Entertainment features include: jugglist Ben Burland, hypnotist Robert Maxwell and his wife, as well as much more. The day concludes with the Junior Farmer Garden Tractor pull. Everyone who is going to be in the parade, please enter with the secretary.
Wilma and Tom Wotten, Robert Archer and Ron Bradburn, along with a group of travellers, have returned from a fabulous trip, including a tour of Iceland, and a cruise through several Baltic countries. This tour was organized and guided by Wilma.
Best wishes go with Lorinda and Steve Bryans and Mark on their move to Balyduff.
Several of our seniors are suffering health problems. Improved health is wished for Alma Duff, who had a short stay in hospital, to Doris Richards, and to Merlin Suggitt, who are in Port Perry Hospital. Margaret Mountjoy fell and broke her hip. She is in Oshawa Hospital following hip replacement surgery. Muriel Wotten is seriously ill at home.
George Obstfeld is recovering well at home following hip surgery last week.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Percy Swain who passed away over the weekend. The celebration of his life will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Wagg's.
Winners at the card party were: Eileen Nelson in first, Kem Middleton in second. Elmo Gibson in third. Fourth was a tie between Marion Koppens, Doug Day, Len VanSchagen, and Harold Crawford. Fifth was Chris McArdle. Most lone hands went to Wilma VanCamp. Low was Linda Carder. The winners of the specials were Audrey Middleton, Harold Crawdord, Linda Carder, and Harvey Graham.