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A number of visits for Alida residents

Alida residents have been enjoying their start to summer:
Alida Weekly News
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ALIDA - I wish to extend my apologies to the Stewart and Barber families for having unintentionally omitted their son’s/grandson’s name from the list of graduates that has ties to our area (R.M. of Reciprocity).  

It wasn’t until the grad pictures came out in the paper that I realized I had missed a couple of grads. They are Robby Stewart (parents, Brett and Mariline; grandparents, Dick and Barb) and Michael Barber (parents, Neil and Joan) from Carnduff. You are important and have done well in reaching this your first goal. Congratulations and good luck in your future endeavours. (Thanks, for your phone call, I do appreciate it and am sorry it was my error).  

The Alida community extends sincere sympathy to the Black family on the passing of their mother Louise Hodge on July 4 at her residence, Fairview Personal Care Home in Brandon, Man., at the age of 92 years. Louise will be remembered by her children Karen (Terry) Parker, Dennis Black, Glenn Black and Norma Staples. The Black family had lived in Alida from 1957-1972 when they moved to Ochre River. Man. Louise will also be remembered for entering at many functions with her guitar. A graveside service was held July 9 at the Oak Lake Cemetery.  

Attending the 90th birthday tea party on July 9 in honour of Rita Fowler in Carnduff were Faye Walker, Dale and Holly Anthony.  

Attending and visiting at the camper at Moose Creek Regional Park on July 10 with Tim, Shelly and Ainsley Cowan were Gray and Edel Cowan, Lacie Nilsen of Regina, Linda Potapinski, Brenda and Gary Junk, Jaye and Teresa Lemieux. They enjoyed a delicious fish fry and helped celebrate Edel’s birthday.  

Also stopping for a few minutes at the camper en route to home to Estevan were Kelsey Rydberg and Steven Wilson. 


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