Upcoming lip sync to feature variety of talent
t is nice to see spring. We certainly had a couple of nice days. John Oulton is busy with making his maple syrup at this sugar shack in Port Elgin.
We hope Kevin Patterson of Jolicure is feeling better after undergoing major surgery. Also, Carl Allen had surgery. Hope you’re feeling good enough, Carl, to go to Tim Horton’s as they miss you there.
We have an event going on at the Baie Verte Community Hall on Saturday. At 7 p.m. the famous East Botsford lip sync will be held.
This event will be featuring such acts as the Kendalls, Abba and Elvis. I also think Grand Paw Jones will be there. If you want a good evening of laughter and fun please attend. The lip sync is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Port Elgin, with proceeds going to the Westford Nursing Home’s extension on dining room.
We hope Allison and Betty Goodwin are feeling better after spending time in the Moncton City Hospital. Allison
Ihad the misfortune of falling. On April 1 at 7 p.m. at Trinity United Church in Port Elgin, the Voices United Community Choir will perform, with proceeds for Rotary of Port Elgin to send special needs children to Rotary Camp.
Birthday greetings go out to Leigh Stright who celebrated his birthday on Sunday March 18.
On Monday, March 19, the Baie Verte seniors held their monthly meeting at their club room. Past president Doris Pauley swore in the new executive members: president Allison Chapman, vice president Lorna Biddle, treasurer Geraldine Turner and Patricia Glen-cross as secretary. Directors were Lois Fillmore, Anna Renoldes and Leslie Turner. Lorna presented Doris with a bouquet of flowers, thanking her for being president for six years. Allison is the son of the late Claude and Doris Chapman, who was past president, so Allison is the third generation for being president.