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Miniota community news

Miniota community shares their news and activities from March 7 - 14.
Miniota, near the Assiniboine Valley, at the crossroads of Hwy 83 N and Hwy 24.

Dorothy Gow and Janice Longstaff flew to McClellandville, South Carolina to visit Henry and Christine Raupers in their winter home from Feb 14 to Mar. 8. They enjoyed the beautiful weather.

Kelsey Gurr was the 50/50 winner and not Kerrie Gurr as previously reported at the Miniota Fire Fighters Fishing Derby. Congratulations Kelsey!

Our thoughts are with Irene Armitage of Birch Lodge Hamiota on the death of her daughter Debbie Armitage of Winnipeg this past week. Deb was a retired nurse having nursed most of her career in Winnipeg.

Congratulations to the U13 Miniota-Elkhorn C-Hawks team and coaches on being the winners of the C side Consolation at Provincials at Manitou this past weekend.

Rita Armitage and her sister Shelley Enns joined sisters Mardelle and Karen and their husbands at Mazatlan for a warm holiday.

Deepest sympathy is extended to John and Noreen Stowe and their family, Glen and Maureen Wadham and family, Ken and Sue Wadham and family and Gilbert and Esther Wadham on the recent death of their mother Hazel Wadham at the Westman Nursing Home in Virden. Hazel was a very active member of our community for many years and in particular was very active as a 4-H leader and a member of the Anglican Church. Her death comes just two weeks following the death of her husband Ed Wadham.

“It’s good to know that the changing of seasons helps us to remember that change can be a good thing.”  -from the Courageous Smile

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