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Miniota By Linda Clark

Congratulations to Dan and Mariah Bryant on the birth of their son Harlo Len on Oct. 9, in Winnipeg. Also happy to welcome Harlo to the family are grandparents Dean and Denise Bryant of St. Lazare, Allan and Pam Graham of Birtle, great-grandparents Stan and Bonnie Bryant of Miniota and Denis and Claudette Simard of St. Lazare, as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Visiting with Delbert and Pat Cole and family this past week were Joan Taylor and Jacquie Scantlebury of Calgary, Alt.; Elizabeth Hargrave and children Hudson, Alec, Savannah and Isabelle, of Walsh, Alt.; Kathy Taylor and Tom Swiston, Paul Swiston, Ruth Howard and Jay Stephenson of Winnipeg; Gerrie Taylor, Murray and Bev Peel all of Brandon; Alvin Cole of Dauphin and daughter Kimberley Shewchuk of Beausejour; Kathy Peters of Winnipeg and Sherri Van Vliet of Langley, B.C.

This past weekend, the Birtle Collegiate Institute hosted the provincial soccer tournament at both the Birtle Collegiate and in Miniota. The Miniota Sports ground was alive with action on Saturday. Great to see school buses from various points in Manitoba here.

It is great to see our Main Street all decorated for Halloween courtesy of Sheila Kokorudz and Brenda Lelond. As well, our local Miniota Drop In Centre is busy these days with their coffee shop open for business and visiting early in the morning. As well, the winter activities have begun with floor curling. A beehive of activity each day. Drop in for fellowship or an activity.

“Sometimes all it takes is the bravery of a Single Light to show others they are not alone.”

Evergreen News By Helen Martens

October 21st is National Apple Day. Be sure to eat an apple as an apple a day is good for you. Joyce Braybrook's daughter Barb, from Winnipeg, spent the weekend visiting. Thankyou to everyone who brings fresh vegetables for us here. We really appreciate it.

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