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Community theatre production returning to Alida

Comedy is scheduled to be performed in 2023.
Alida Weekly News
Alida residents have another reason to look forward to 2023.

Act One Productions held a meeting Nov. 2 to see if there was enough interest to proceed with a performance for March 2023.

After much discussion it was decided that the interest was there. Therefore, Act One Productions is very pleased to announce a return to the stage. Our play will be sure to make you laugh until you cry.

The production picked is a three-act play, Right Bed, Wrong Husband. The performances are planned for March 9-12, and will be held in memory of Lynette Peet. Lynette played a huge role in our club and will be forever missed.

We are very excited for this production and the planning process has started. Our next meeting is scheduled for Nov. 16 at the Alida Hall. We still need to fill these positions: director, house decorator, lights and sounds, and floor and house managers.

If you are interested in helping out in one way or another, please attend this meeting. All assistance is welcome and everyone is welcome to attend. If you are looking for more information, call or text 306-485-8647.

On Nov. 4, there was an accident north of Alida. Police and firefighters were in attendance and STARS Air Ambulance was also later on the scene. 

After a two-year hiatus, the Alida Ladies Auxiliary hosted a fall supper on Nov. 6 at the Alida Hall. There were 175 who attended. It was so nice to see everyone back out and enjoying themselves. Of course, the food was excellent as always and the desserts were so delicious. Appreciation to all who helped with organizing, cooking, donating, serving and cleaning up. Many hands makes less work. It was another successful supper for the books.  

Take time to remember on Nov. 11 those who have given their lives – the greatest sacrifice of all – our veterans and those who are now in uniform to help serve and keep the peace. Wear your poppy proudly and we shall remember them.  

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