With all the drizzle, snow flakes and very little sunshine, many of us are wondering if we will have our usual Indian Summer. What do you think?

The Ghost Pine Ladies and their friends met at the Atrium last Tuesday. They had a great time of fellowship over coffee and invite other ladies to join them on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 10:00 am.

Ed and Karin Nakaska had 22 family members for Thanksgiving. They came from Calgary and as far north as Edmonton. Karin said numbers were down with so

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Since the last column written, fall has arrived. With the autumnal equinox, I, of course, stood my egg on end. How many of you remembered to do it?

Wayne and Nancy Dickie, of Cape Breton Island, were recent visitors at Tom and Karen Ferguson’s. Nancy is Karen’s sister. While there they did a lot of travelling, golfing and visiting other relatives.

Sympathy of the community goes out to Travis and Mel Stevens and family. Travis’ father, Don Stevens, passed away recently.

Ray and

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Smiles, smiles and more smiles! Did you ever see a happier community this past week? Kids are back in school, farmers are harvesting and we are more in a routine. What could be nicer?

Allen and Bernice Huxley are pleased to have Bernice’s brother and wife, Hank and Tina Harbers of Lethbridge, here to help with harvest.

Ray and Carol McKeen have just returned from a week’s visit with Ray’s cousin in BC. They had a great time visiting with friends and relations in that area.


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School is back in session and families seem to settle into a routine when that happens. It seems too bad we can’t get the weatherman into a routine of sunshine for awhile!

Ruth Andrews has just returned from a six week holiday in the Smith Falls area of Ontario. She had good visits with her two brothers and their families as well as other relatives and friends there.

Sympathy of the community goes out to Melba Kopjar and family, as her husband Andy passed away. His funeral will be on Sat.,

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