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Princess Lodge By Bernice Graham On Aug. 6 Glen and Cindy Greenlay and family of Melita visited with Ethel Bowles. Vic and Dolores Van Leeuwen of Airdrie, AB spent the weekend with Marge Tapp.
Demo Derby coming Aug. 20

Demo Derby coming Aug. 20

During Virden Indoor Rodeo & Daze from Aug. 17 to Aug. 20, a demolition derby will be held at the Demo Derby track (PR#257, west of the cement plant) on Sunday from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Undies under dirt – a soil experiment

Undies under dirt – a soil experiment

Soil health is key
Making Suncatchers

Making Suncatchers

On a blistering hot afternoon, the basement of Virden’s Border regional Library is pleasantly cool. Here, Trista Hayward, Emma Goertz, Megan Bottebelle, and Karen Maurice are creating suncatchers with Heather Hawryluk.

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Miniota News By Susan Poppel Is anyone out there interested in purchasing our new History Book? We want everyone to pre-order so that we know how many books to get printed.

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Miniota News By Susan Poppel Is anyone out there interested in purchasing our new History Book? We want everyone to pre-order so that we know how many books to get printed. We don’t want to have a lot left over, so please get your order in.
Appreciation of customers

Appreciation of customers

On Thursday, Jul. 8 Piston Ring located on King St. in Virden held their ninth annual customer appreciation barbecue during lunch hour. Piston Ring is an auto and agriculture parts store.

Aspen Grove Campground

Upcoming events for campers…
Pembina Pipeline donates to Virden and Area Handi Van

Pembina Pipeline donates to Virden and Area Handi Van

Pembina Pipeline representative Trent Forsyth presented Keith Wadham, Virden and Area Handi Van Chairperson, with a donation of $200 on Jul. 17. The company employees held a barbecue on Jun. 10 at the Cromer Truck Terminal from 10:00 a.m.
Ride for Habitat for Humanity

Ride for Habitat for Humanity

Half a dozen Riders from Virden area couldn’t resist the opportunity to polish up their motorcycles and tour southern Manitoba for charity. Jul. 15, the Second Annual Ride for Habitat for Humanity, saw riders assembled for coffee at Virden’s A&W.
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