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Wawota news - museum holds spring tea and bake sale

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WAWOTA - The Wawota Museum held its annual spring tea and bake sale last May 26. This event was well attended. George Eisler won the grocery hamper.

Steve and Deanna Peddle, along with Rebecca and Dion Huel, have arrived home from a trip to Europe.

While there they visited many First and Second World War sites. Steve and Deanna also travelled to Edinburgh and then to Ashley, England. There they stayed with friends and had a great time visiting some of the many beautiful historical sites.

Monique Myers travelled to Brampton, Ont., to visit son-in-law Ken Hall and to help babysit granddaughter Alexis Lillian for two weeks. Monique's daughter, Lisa-Myers-Hall, was in Switzerland with para-athletes to compete in international competitions taking place there.

Lisa works with Athletics Canada as does her husband. They both have their international coaching status to travel, coach and assist our Canada para-athletes to achieve their goals at a high level.

The Wawota Library Book Club met at the library on May 29 for their final gathering until the fall. They discussed the book "When the Moon is Low" by Nadia Hashimi. It is the story of a family from Afghanistan who fled the country when the Taliban invaded it.

Jeff, Laura, Owen, Addie and Mason Corkish travelled from Cottage Grove, Minn., to spend the Memorial Day long weekend with Shirley Corkish. On May 26, Shirley accompanied the family to Brandon where Owen attended the Brandon Wheat Kings' prospects hockey camp.

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