Delia Senior News
Delia woke up to a winter wonderland this morning, it’s my fault, I put my snow shovel away last week. Sorry about that. There is a lot of moisture in this snow so that should get the farmers off to a good start. All that white stuff does hide the winter debris and makes the yard look nice and clean.
Several Delia people braved the cold wind on Saturday to take in the Craigmyle garage sales, lots of variety and nice to see so many people out and about.
Communities in Bloom is again coordinating the annual Village Clean Up on Wednesday evening, May 3. Meet at the Drop In Centre at 6 p.m., and start out from there. Everyone is encouraged to participate. The Delia 4H Beef Club is assisting and will provide refreshments at the conclusion of the clean up. See you there.
I understand some of the Delia seniors took in a farewell tea for Betty Olmstead in Craigmyle last Thursday. Betty is moving away from Craigmyle later this Spring and we are sorry to see her leave. Betty was a member of the Drop In Centre in Delia and still visits now and then, we are going to miss her friendly smile, hopefully she will come back to visit often.
Remember the amateur art classes at the school on Wednesday afternoon from 4 until 7:30. Bring your paints, canvas, inspiration, and come join the fun and conversation. For more information contact 403 364 2941.
The April birthday party was held at the Drop In Centre on Wednesday afternoon with Lisa and Eleanor as the hostesses. A few younger guests were in attendance to enjoy the games of card bingo, always nice to see a guest at the Drop In. The door prize, an Easter Lily, was won by Joan Morrison. Second door prize was won by Klair O’Brian, who was visiting her Granny Doreen McNair.
Happy Birthday to Norlene Hudgeon and Jeff Andersen, who share a birthday on the first day of May. Have a super special day!