Pioneer Trail Centre
March has come in like a lamb sure hope it also goees out like a lamb, sure is good that we haven’t any snow, but I guess the farmers would sure like some.
Bridge was played March 2. 1st Beryle Sigfusson and Helen Peers (3410). 2nd Jennie DeMille and Don Robertson (3370).
On Saturday, March 4 some of our members participated in the Alberta 55 plus, 5 pin bowling teams and single events came in 1st and 2nd place to go to the provincials in August. Men’s singles came in 2nd and 3rd place. Other teams were all in zone 2 area. Some of the winners were members of the Pioneer Trail. !st Ron Keats, 2nd Jim Milman, Mike Barker, Barbara Barker and Margaret Nielsen. Singles 2nd Bernie Fournier, 3rd Mike Barker. Thanks for your hard work Linda Traquair.
Saturday evening, March 4 saw a very enthusiastic crowd gathering at the Trail to enjoy a friendly evening of visiting and dancing to c.d. and Youtube tunes, a delicious lunch was served to wrap up a great evening of entertainment. thanks to Bea and Larry Lew for all the work and lunch, watch for another event in early May.
Rag braiding will be held the second Saturday of the month, lots of things can be made with rags, all ages are welcome to join, to try their hand at braiding. All supplies will be provided.
Our annual Beef Stew will be March 17 beginning at 11:30 a.m. Look for posters for more details. Everyone is welcome to this event.
A meeting of the travel group is to be held at the Drumheller Library on Friday, 10 March at 1:30 pm to discuss the future of the group and further trips. Annette Green the tour organizer is returning to England and would like to see the travel group continue if at all possible.
It would be excellent if as many members as possible could attend to discuss the future of this popular group.
“May your dreams sail high and wide and may the child in your heart stay forever.”