Two left over items from Blackstock Fair. First a correction- Freda Vernon won the Champion Cherry Pie competition not as previously reported. Sorry about that error. Secondly there is still free compost-straw and natural fertilizer at the fair grounds at the cattle ties. It is free for picking it up. Please pick it up as soon as possible.
Many attended parts of Lindsay Fair, which enjoyed unusually warm sunny weather, instead of the regular cool damp weather. Congratulations to Brad Trewin, who made his maiden trip driving the family’s pulling tractor, Killer Allis, on Saturday night, winning 2nd place. What a beginning for Brad!
A large crowd attended the United Church’s harvest beef dinner held at the Rec. Centre on Sunday evening. Those in attendance enjoyed the great food and the fellowship with the others enjoying dinner. The planners are thankful to those of other communities who support our efforts.
Elaine Rivett, Jocelyn, and Adam spent the weekend with their mother Joyce Kelly.
Save Friday, October 13th for a community paint night, sponsored by the nursery school. More details to follow.
There were 12 tables of euchre with the following winners: Joe Goldsmith in first, Donna Trayner and Wilma VanCamp in second, Jocelyn Bradbury in third, Joan Graham in fourth, Norm Lackner came fifth. Most lone hands: Lawrence McLaughlin. Low: Doris Manns. The specials were won by Katie Marshall, Peter Booth, Mariln Trunks and Dianne Slute.
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