Celebration moments are happening

By Robin McCormick
Devlin correspondent

There’s nothing like ” celebration moments ” to make your day.
Several people have shared exactly that recently.
Congratulations to Brittany Galusha and Marc Valentini on their recent engagement. The couple will marry Sept. 19, 2020.
Proud parents are Ted Galusha and Ang Galusha and Roberto and Kathy Valentine.
Also, engagement congratulations to Danielle Stamarski and Cole Quesnel on their engagement. Proud parents are Dale Stamarski, Becky Chabot, and Luc and Leeanne Quesnel.
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Also celebrating a milestone is Barb Redford who had her 65th birthday on May 30.
Barb was honoured with a surprise birthday party on Friday evening with many family and friends attending. May you enjoy many more happy years Barb.
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Our community sends Tammy Kennett congratulations on her June 1st retirement. Tammy was employed many years at Rainycrest.
May you enjoy family, friends and all the other plans you have made for retirement years.
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My sister, Glenna Rea, and myself were ecstatic to surprise our sister, Nancy Galusha, on her 60th birthday.
We flew to Ottawa and as she entered her home the shocked look on her face, as we stunned her with our presence was a moment we will never forget.
We had a great few days celebrating with Nancy.
Memories are the best gift of all!
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Pat Porter a well-known country performer will be entertaining at the Emo Legion this Friday (June 7).
All our welcome; the cost is $5 to be payed at the door.
All you dancers be sure to put on your dancing shoes as I’m sure Pat’s music will get you up dancing.
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The TOPS salad supper held on May 27 was another successful event. Many enjoyed this meal every year.
Those enjoying the evening “for a special reason” were Alvin McLean who won the 50/50 draw, Loralee Smith won a basket of scratch tickets, Sharon Trimble won $100 presented very craftily on a tree decorated by Neila Booth. The door prize (hanging basket) was won by Ryann Scott.
Our TOPS club thanks all that came out to this event. We hope to see you all again next year.
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Sympathy to Jodi and Keith Caul and their family in the passing of Don Pryde.
Your community is holding you in their thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
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There will be a fundraiser spaghetti dinner for Larisa Curr this Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at Knox United Church in Fort Frances.
Larisa is undergoing treatment for cancer in both Toronto and Thunder Bay plus here in Fort Frances.
The cost is $15; the meal is made up of penne and meatballs, Caesar salad, buns and homemade desserts.
For tickets or more information call Good Impressions at 274-3323 or you can contact me at 486-0072 or 271-3568.
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Robin’s 2¢
This one’s for my sister, Nancy: Sixty might be the new 40 but 9 p.m. is the new midnight.

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