Has summer arrived or are we being teased? Who knows when we might plunge into the lows again but hopefully not and maybe not quite so hot for a lot of people. But are we ever satisfied? A couple of warm days and I see lots of veggies poking through, and so far only one field of hay, but surely there are more.
There was a large crowd to the Community Care lunch on Tuesday, quite a number were from our Sandford congregation. The guest speaker who was from the Lions Club, spoke on the program they now run, about keeping all your family and medical info regarding health problems, medication etc. in a bottle and keeping that in your fridge, so in the case of an emergency, First Responders can find it readily.
Happy birthday was sung to Audrey Adams as well as several others. One other I must mention is Olive Wilson Evans, who lived across the road from me growing up and who was my one, and probably only, baby sitter. Her family had a large party at Testa for her, on Sunday. It had to be a large party, because she has a very large family!
On Tuesday evening, the Official Board met at Zephyr, where the following months were planned out and programs arranged, for the summer and into fall events.
This Friday at the Foster is one of the special evenings when the Indo-Canadian Association of Canada, are sharing their music and culture with us. Come and enjoy this very colourful group and their lively presentation, as part of the Foster’s 150th anniversary specials.
Congratulations to Cor and Jenny VanMauric, who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary this week. On Saturday their daughters and families hosted a small gathering at Wooden Sticks.
On Saturday the Legion Pipes and Drums celebrated their 50th anniversary, by holding an Open House, where a large crown gathered to celebrate with them. There were a number of former members present. Several people spoke, including the mayor and Bob Sedore. The main band and the Howlers played.
Al Sopel conducted the service at Sandford and Joannie Sine at Zephyr, as Rev. Debbie is on Compassionate leave. Next week we should be back on track, while in July we alternate with Zephyr for the joint service at 10 a.m.
Celebrate Epsom School day was a great success for a sad occurrence, as the school closed end of July. Probably 300 people showed up to show love for the little school with a big heart.
Zephyr village is having their giant yard sale June 17th. Breakfast of peameal bacon on a bun and other goodies, are for sale at the church. Drop by!
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