Lac Ste. Anne Bulletin March 26, 2018

THE BULLETIN Vol 23 Issue 13 Monday, March 26, 2018 2013 Onoway & District Chamber of Commerce Onoway Heritage Trail Committee Business Of The Year Thank you to all who helped with the meal and auc- tion. A special thank you to those who donated: Deford Contracting for a $5000.00 donation and Morand Industries for the 2 powder coated benches. Wade Neilson for donating his haircut proceeds. Nick Gelych did a fantastic job of auctioning the haircut! The success of our auction and dinner wouldn’t have been possible without the donations of O’Neil Car- lier, Terry & Yvonne Slemko, Sylvia Hafermehl, County Automotive, The Hub, Ken & Shauna John- ston, Sturgeon Valley Railway, Grande Tire, North Central Co-op, Patriot Law Group, Valerie O’Toole, Mary Rehill, Breadcrumbs Bakery, Onoway & Dis- trict Historical Society, Big Way Foods, Angela van Leeuwen, Clint Waddell, The Big Trux Co. Ltd., Porky Pets, Davlyn’s Restaurant, Joanne & Neil Gor- man, Corinne Feth, Glo & Doug Jalenka, Carol Vill- neff, Beachcomber Beauty & Barber, Cheryl Sadler, Art Noble, Don Fehr, Onoway Legion Branch#132. A special thank you to Sheila’s Pantry and her team of volunteers for the wonderful job on the meal. Just Stuff On Saturday, March 17, the Alberta Beach 50+ Club had a St Patrick’s Day navy rum rib dinner and dance. The ribs were cooked by Bob Clark and his helpers. The Trace Jordan Band was the entertainment. They were fantastic! The dance floor was full. If you ever need to hire a musician, keep Trace Jordan in mind. Vaughn Hutchison, who has been a member of the AB Seniors 50+ Club for 23 years, dropped off a write up about this same topic. He wrote, ”A well earned thank you goes to Bob, Lorne and the staff that helped prepare a delicious rib dinner for St. Patty’s Day at the Senior 50+ Club. Also, a huge bouquet to Jeanne Hodgson for her many hours volunteering to host this event. Starting with selling tickets, hiring a very entertaining band, to collecting over 70 door prizes to be given out to lucky ticket holders. Thanks to all that donated prizes. Great job. It is efforts like this that has kept the Seniors 50+ going for 41 years. I hope some of the new members will come forward and host events in the future. Many, like myself, who are 80+ can- not always get involved because of health and other reasons. It’s nice to see the next generation get involved and keep this a Seniors 50+ Club.” I received an email from Angela Duncan. She wrote, “Alberta Beach is featured in an article in the Spring 2018 Edition of Cottage Life Magazine. The article is called Cottage Watch: Tread Lightly on Our Shorelines. The article is about the steps that lake communities are taking to protect their lakes and their environment.” They mailed Angela a copy because she was interviewed for the article. Cottage Life is available in all major bookstores. Continued on page 3