The Emo spray park is beginning to take shape. With bad weather approaching and more work to be done, however, it appears the pouring of the cement pad will have to wait until the spring. In the meantime, anyone wishing to make donations to this worthwhile project can do so by calling the Emo municipal office. Memorial bricks also are still available.
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Auxiliary will be hosting its annual fall tea and bazaar on Friday, Oct. 16 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Emo Legion.
Admission is $3 at the door.
There will be draws, baking, a white elephant table, fellowship, and more.
Growing up in a small town definitely has its advantages.
That was apparent Saturday evening at the Emo Legion as 250 friends, relatives, and others from across the district attended a benefit to support Shauna (Allen) Smith, who has been diagnosed and hospitalized with cancer.
Progress on the construction of Emo’s spray park has been slow over the last couple of weeks.
Unfortunately, the number of volunteers showing up to work has been sporadic, which has left the majority of the work to a faithful few.
A benefit for Shauna (Allen) Smith, who’s been diagnosed and hospitalized with cancer, will take place at the Emo Legion this Saturday (Sept. 26).
Dinner is at 5 p.m., with a live auction starting at 7 p.m.
Live music by local band “Centre-Line” then gets underway at 9 p.m.
Money raised from this event will help the family with ongoing expenses.
Although the Emo Centennial Choir was formed 11 years ago, its longtime members are eager to start practising for their annual Christmas concert.
Under the direction of Renée Martin-Brown, and with accompaniment from Lisa Vos, the choir will begin rehearsals on Monday, Sept. 28 at the Christian Reformed Church in Emo.
The Emo CIBC staff, in conjunction with Rejuvenate Fitness, once again are organizing this year’s “Run for the Cure.”
Rejuvenate volunteers will officiate at the event, which will start in front of the fitness centre on Sunday, Oct. 4.
The “Wild Turkeys” put on a rousing set on Saturday night.
“Living above worry and stress” sounds great doesn’t it? This is the new bible study being started at “CoffeeBreak,” a multidenominational women’s Bible study group that meets at the Christian Reformed Church each Wed. morning from September through May.
A public information meeting was held last Tuesday (Aug. 25) in the Chapple Hall by staff and engineers from Hydro One Networks Inc., the company responsible for the transmission and distribution of electrical power in Ontario.