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Wawota news – gala makes its return

Popular fundraiser in southeast Saskatchewan town made its return after an absence of a couple of years.
Town of Wawota
Town of Wawota

WAWOTA - After a two-year hiatus, the Wawota Gala made its return for an appreciative public. Nicki Ford and family and many friends were involved in the production of a Disney show, silent auctions and supper.

Proceeds will be donated at Meagan's Walk in Toronto in May. Several families from this area are planning on a trip to Toronto to take part. Meagan's Walk raises awareness and funds for paediatric brain tumor research.

Born to Carson and Amy Brady, a daughter on March 29. She has been named Kacey Rae Marie. She is the first grandchild for Scot and Deanne Jackson of Wawota, and Randy and Lynn Brady of Kenosee Lake. Great grandparents are Clara Coffey and Dorothy Brady both of Carlyle.

A funeral service was held at Bethel United Church in Moosomin on April 18 for the late Iris (Wes) Fisk, who passed away Feb. 14 at the age of 97 years.

Wawota would like to welcome Scott and Jaime Finlay and daughter Jordi to Wawota. They have purchased the former home of the John Richards family on Clements Avenue. Jaime grew up here and has taught school at Wawota Parkland in past years.

Born to Zach and Rianne (Wight) Watson of Weyburn, a daughter on April 1. She was named Lux Lorraine Anne. Big sister is Clarke and big brother is Liam. She is also a granddaughter for Sherry Wight of Wawota and a great-granddaughter for Joyce McIndoe. 

John Jonel Trinidad, who moved to Wawota over two years ago, is now a permanent resident of Canada. Welcome!

The Wawota 4-H Beef Club held their annual steak and hamburger supper was held on April 18. This event was very well attended and is a major fundraiser for the club.  


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