Round The Le­gion

The Drumheller Mail - - REAL ESTATE -

Salu­ta­tions, Com­rades! Well, we’ve just about given up on witch­craft, hope and pray­ers for the ar­rival of spring. If and when it hap­pens, we can re­joice.

The Branch ex­tends its sin­cere con­do­lences to the fam­ily and rel­a­tives of Ike An­der­son, who passed away last week.

Think­ing caps on, mem­bers. Branch Man­ager Shelly wants all the ideas you can come up with for new events, func­tions, con­tests and what­ever to pass on to our Sports, Ways and Means, and En­ter­tain­ment com­mit­tees, like the Scram­ble Golf Tour­na­ment at Rosebud com­ing up in late June. The en­try list filled up im­me­di­ately, but any­one in­ter­ested can still sign up as a pos­si­ble fill-in for the in- evitable pull-outs along the way.

Watch for the next news­let­ter, and please re­mem­ber to ad­vise us if your ad­dress has changed.

The Branch will be closed all day on Thurs­day, May 28, for prepa­ra­tions for the Vet­er­ans’ Din­ner that evening.

For a trial pe­riod, Branch hours will now be from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mon­days and Tues­days; 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wed­nes­day through Satur­day; and 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sun­days and stat hol­i­days!

Fri­day Meat Draw: Tick­ets by Joan and Burt and, for once, nei­ther of them won any­thing! All the prizes were evenly dis­trib­uted: Meat Packs to Pat Greene, Wee Doris, Linda Her­man, Bob Ly­tle and Louise Zuk, who came all the way from St. Al­bert. Ann Horn and Shelly won re­fresh­ments, and Debbie Laplante pock­eted the 50/50 poke.

Satur­day Meat Draw: Joanne Cote’ and daugh­ter Ja­nine sold the tick­ets, and the Cote’ curse came through this time, and all to the same ta­ble, too! Pack prizes to Joan and Joanne, Bea W., and Sonya Chan­nell. Glenn Thomas won the re­main­ing pack. Bea dou­bled in with re­fresh­ments (which we hope she shared with Joan), and re­fresh­ments also went to Jo-Anne Le­sieur. Smooth Al Mortensen re­luc­tantly (har) took home the 50/50. Sell­ers this Fri­day: Robert and Sonya; May 29: Sue and Mau­reen.

Barry K. was won­der­ing why his fris­bee kept get­ting big­ger? Sud­denly, it hit him. Take care, Com­rades. Lest We For­get. Lest We For­get. Wayne Dun­bar

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