Dance supper slated Sunday

Robin McCormick

The first supper of the year at the Dance Hall will go this Sunday (May 31) from 5-7 p.m. (doors open at 4:45 p.m.)
The menu will consist of ham, turkey, potatoes, vegetables, and all the trimmings, plus a wide variety of homemade dainties and desserts.
The cost is $12 for adults and $6 for kids aged six-12 years (those five and under eat free).
Monies raised helps to keep the history of Dance alive.
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The Emo Walleye Classic runs June 4-6 this year, with local and out-of-town teams alike trying to capture the trophy.
There’s always lots of excitement at the Emo/La Vallee arena.
The Emo Legion will play a huge part in this weekend, holding a fish fry on the Friday (June 5), with tickets costing $14 each.
Then on Saturday, be sure to enjoy a prime rib dinner courtesy of the Emo Legion.
The cost is $20 and only 100 plates will be served (so purchase your tickets early).
Also be sure to grab your 50/50 ticket as you may be the lucky winner!
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The Emo & District Hospital Auxiliary will host its annual spring tea on Friday, June 5 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Emo Health Centre cafeteria.
Admission is $3 at the door.
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The second-annual “Marzie Days” will take place Saturday, June 6 at Barb Redford’s residence, where a large amount of plants and flowers will be for sale.
Monies raised will be donated to “Cruzin Down the Crescent” Children’s Rehab Foundation.
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Our community wishes John and Linda Esselink all the best as they move from their home of 60 years in McTavish Road to their new one in Emo.
May you find many happy memories and treasure yours here in Devlin/La Vallee.
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Any young ladies interested in vying for the Emo Fair Queen crown are asked to contact Mary Croswell (487-2646) or Sis McCormick (482-2284).
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Robin’s 2¢:
You know you’re getting old when you can’t walk past a washroom without thinking, “I may as well pee while I’m here.”