ALIDA - Kitchen Group 2 was at the helm Jan. 15, serving up breakfasts at the Alida Rink. They took the lead in the challenge by serving up 49 breakfasts; way to go everybody. It was so nice to see lots of new faces at the rink, with a good number from the neighbouring towns. Thanks for coming and supporting us; hope we see you again. On Jan. 22 it will be Group 3.
Alida community extends sincere sympathy to the Mailhiot relatives on the death of Rosalie Zander on Jan. 4 at Hill View Manor in Estevan at the age of 87. She will be remembered by her family – four children, eight grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren, three siblings and numerous nieces and nephews.
Get well and best wishes for a speedy recovery to Darren Barrie, who suffered a stroke over the holidays. A donation sheet has been set up at the Alida Post Office to help with his expenses.
The Alida Golden Gate is now opened every Wednesday from Jan. 11-March 29 from 10 a.m. to noon, where one can come have coffee, socialize, join in creating a puzzle, participate in diamond paint, a craft, play a game or enjoy other activities. People can take a look through the puzzle library. Bring a puzzle or take a puzzle. A membership of $25 is required; contact Margaret at 306-485-7245.
On Jan. 12, Tim, Shelly and Ainsley Cowan were in Regina where Ainsley had a dental appointment.
This coming weekend it is the Alida Wrecks Hockey Tournament. Lots of hockey so we hope to see you at the rink.
Just a reminder folks that Act One Productions still has drama tickets available for all the nights of their performances from March 9-11. Contact Linda at the Post Office if interested in attending our drama this year. emember it is being dedicated to the memory of Lynette Peet, who was very active behind the scenes in our drama club. If you’d like to help out the club, please contact Tim Cowan, Shanna Carriere or any club member.