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All of the speakers were free of charge and
The first activity was Catch Phrase Trivia. In this
game, participants were asked questions about the received a mug along with all of the people
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attending the conference. Funding was Funding
first two women's conferences, from thirty years
First speaker of the day was executive director for sponsors.
the McLeod River Primary Care Network Persa Ladies had the option of entering into a silent 1,000 sq. ft.
fashions Kovich, who spoke about what's available at the auction to win donated prizes, such as a grill,
jewellery, and a tool box. Fifty percent of the
network. Assisting her was Kinesiologist Meika
Stewart, who lead a chair yoga session. “It was the
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Yellowhead Women's Shelter, totalling $280.50.
first time she'd done one. It was fun,” recalled proceeds raised from the auction went towards the 110 50 Street
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committee treasurer Sylvia Perrin. Ladies could also enter into a raffle for a chance
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and pajamas. “They did a really good job,” said
(David)
have some fun and seem to enjoy coming out this
Perrin.
The ladies had lunch, consisting of minestrone or
February 15 corn chowder soup with a sandwich. Lunch was time of year,” says Perrin.
Evansburg Moonlight Madness Nov. 25
March 7, 28 Moonlight Madness on Friday, November 25 . refreshments with the Yellowhead County Fire Yellowhead
Head on downtown to take in Evansburg's
There are many other events to take in including
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April 18 Stores will be rolling out some great deals, as we Fighters, carolling, visiting with the Grouch and Synergy Group
Santa, as well as taking in the Christmas tree Light-
kickoff the Holiday season. With prices falling like
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snowflakes, come out and take advantage of the
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May 9, 30 Friday, and lasts through until 10:00 p.m. at most Blind View
stores.
The Evansburg Legion will once again host the
June 20 Home Based Business Fair. They will welcome Window Fashions
crafters, home-based businesses and farmers' market
vendors. Tables are only $10.00 each, and can be
booked by calling Marcy @780-727-0007 or the
July 11 Legion (after 3:00 p.m.) @ 780-727-3879. This Custom Window Treatments
event runs from 4:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. A
concession will be available.
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