THE BULLETIN Vol 24 Issue 34 Monday, August 26, 2019 Just Stuff 2013 Onoway & District Chamber of Commerce Business Of The Year My apologies for missing JUST STUFF last week!! Thankyou Lindy. We can all use this info. At our place the hummingbirds for your concerned phone calls, asking if everything was ok. are eating a lot. They’re sure cheeky. Things are ok. I just I forgot to write it. I had what I enjoy call- The Alberta Beach 50+ Seniors club has been busy with Sun- ing a brain fart! day pancake breakfasts. These community breakfasts have I have a bit of news from Lion Kimberly about Poly Days. The been well attended. hot beef on a bun and beverage, which was supplied and With all the rain we’ve had, we seem to have an over abun- cooked to perfection by Bert from Beachside Market made $1,300.00. The money raised by this fundraiser is used for the Christmas hampers. A big thank you goes out to Bert. The Lions 50/50 raffle was won by Jessica Maxwell. She won $4,650.00. Congratulations Jessica. There were 5000 tickets printed so that means most of the tickets were sold. Also, the Ag Society did a dunk tank which made $800.00. The kids park made $1,700.00. It was an awesome turn out. Rumor has it the Farmers Market had 1,500 attendance. I asked my go to hummingbird expert (Lindy) if the humming- bird feeders should come down The RCMP Veterans’ Association, the Parkland RCMP yet. ABSOLUTELY NOT! In 20 Detachment, the Kinsmen Club of Stony Plain and years, the earliest Lindy has The Royal Canadian Legion #256 Stony Plain recorded them leaving for the sea- son is August 26th and the latest are pleased to host the is September 4th. She still leaves her feeders up with clean solution, changed every three days, until on Sunday September 1, 2019 close to the end at the Heritage Park Grounds in Stony Plain of September. RCMP Musical Ride featuring two performances at 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm. This is just in case some hungry and weary Northern trav- ellers stop by searching for some nourishment to help them get to their destination. Thankyou Wristbands for the shows will be available on the Heritage Park Grounds starting at 12:00 pm on September 1 st . Also featured on the grounds will be free viewing of the stables (horses and riders), vendor sales for Musical Ride souvenirs, a concession, 50/50 sales and displays by the RCMP such as the RCMP Helicopter, Safety Bear, Yield Race Car, Police Dog Service, Photo booth, Members in Red Serge, RCMP "K" Division Pipes & Drums, Forensic Identification, Static display of equipment......police car, side by side, boat, etc. Admission fees of $10 for Adults, $5 for Seniors/Youth (7-17), children 6 and under free, are only required to view the Musical Ride which will take place in the rodeo arena.