Miniota by Bev Peel
In the passing of Wade Haines, at Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. our sincerest sympathy from Miniota to his mother Enid Haines, Sister Deanna, Jon, Payton, Ashten and Addison Hawtin and his wife Barbara, sons Lee and Jesse Haines of Lloydminster, Alta.
Christmas Cheer committee of Miniota (Ward 1) are inviting citizens in need to put forward names for Christmas Hampers. Please leave names at the R.M. office.
Miniota-Elkhorn C-Hawks won 8-2 over Grandview Comets at Elkhorn last Saturday night, Dec. 24. New players this year are Brad Cole, Bradley Bowles, Taylor Sanheim and Dustin Fisher.
Miniota Community Center had a very successful Craft Sale Sunday Nov. 24 with 40 tables of crafts and wares. They also served a tasty lunch!
Hollis Stewart of Birtle Health Center had visits from family members Lil Horner and Bev Peel.
For those wanting some exercise indoors, the Miniota Walking Group has started in the Community Center.
Please send your news to Bev Peel by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenton by Paulette Wiens
Opening night of Mamma Mia, presented by Virden and District Chorale, took place on Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Virden Auditorium Theatre. I (Paulette) felt privileged to go with friends, as I love musicals. The auditorium was packed and we were treated to a three-hour show with only a 15-minute intermission. They gave an encore at the end of the performance and then asked if we wanted more music; and they performed three more songs for us.
What talented performers along with a great director/producer Michelle Chyzyk and a great choreographer, Brenda Gorlick. A lot of hard work was put into the set designs as was witnessed by everyone when the curtain was raised.
Without public support, shows like this would never happen. We are very fortunate to have all this talent in the area. Great show everyone!