District busy with events coming up

Robin McCormick
Devlin correspondent

Our district will be bustling with activities over the next few weeks.
The annual Emo Walleye Classic takes place May 24-26 this year and is always an exciting three days between the weigh-ins and all the other activities
The entire community of Emo gets involved to make this an enjoyable weekend for not only the anglers but the spectators, too.
The Emo Legion once again will host a prime rib supper in conjunction with the EWC next Saturday (May 26) from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Emo Arena.
Tickets cost $25 each, with only a limited number being printed, which are available at the Emo Legion.
Meanwhile, a reminder that the annual “Marzie Days” plant and bake sale takes place next Saturday (May 26) at the home of Barb and Alf Redford.
A large variety of flowers, vegetables, and home-made baking will be available, with lunch also being sold.
And don’t forget about the annual T.O.P.S. Salad Supper on Monday, May 28 at the Devlin Hall.
It will feature a delicious array of all kinds of salads (including dessert salads), plus wild rice casserole, baked beans, buns, pickles, and much more.
Admission is $15 for adults and $8 for children aged six-12, with those five and under eating for free.
Come out and enjoy!

Guthrie United Church in Devlin was the scene of two baptisms on Sunday.
Nicole Beadle and Eric Olson were pleased to have their baby girl, Cora, baptized as were Kelsey and Rich Wieringa to have their son, Chaz, baptized.

The Township of La Vallee now is accepting applications for a summer student labourer.
Duties will include, but not be limited to, cemetery mowing, ball diamond mowing, landfill site clean-up, and building maintenance
A valid driver’s licence is considered an asset.
Application forms are available at the municipal office, which must be submitted no later than Friday, June 1.

Robin’s 2¢:
I’m convinced that every time a sock goes missing from the dryer, it comes back as an extra Tupperware lid.