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Potluck supper draws crowd

The Emo Christian Reformed Church fellowship committee held a potluck supper last Friday evening, with about 100 people in attendance.

It also was Clergy Appreciation Night, with a presentation made by Eltjo Wiersema—on behalf of the congregation—to Pastor Gerald and Cora Van Smeerdyk.

Teeple wins Chapple song contest

The Chapple heritage committee held its final fundraising supper Saturday evening at the Recreation Centre there, with about 150 people in attendance.

Blessings was said by Bill Clink. Co-chairman of the Heritage Committee, Rilla Race and June Wheatley, Heather Oltsher and Karen Jackson welcomed guests to this special occasion.

Stratton toy library makes changes

Visiting the Stratton Toy Library, I discussed different programs with Sandy Shrumm, who was looking after the day’s activities while co-ordinator Patti Nordin was engaged with other matters.

Shrumm did indicate that because their Wednesday after-school program has become a great success, the toy library will have to revert to the following changes.

Auxiliary tea well supported

The Emo Hospital Auxiliary executive was quite pleased with the attendance and support it received from people during its fall tea/bake sale Friday afternoon at the Emo Legion.

President Dorothy Haines beamed over how well organizations responded in volunteering their services.