Father’s Day fish fry promises to be great

Once again, the Crossroads community rink committee is hosting its annual Father’s Day fish fry this Sunday (June 19) from 4-7 p.m. at the Devlin Hall.
A great walleye meal will be served, with tickets costing $12 for adults and $6 for kids six-12. Those under five will be admitted free.
So come out and enjoy an evening of visiting old and new friends, plus it’s a great way to spend Father’s Day for the dad or men in your life.
Volunteers are needed. If you can help out, call Joe at 486-1053.
Joe is also looking for volunteers to help finish the rink shack, which is close to being completed.
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The Crossroads School barbecue is happening tomorrow (June 16). I was told this year promises to be bigger and better than ever.
There will be games, a garage sale, a 50/50 draw, and silent auctions. As well, the local volunteer fire department once again will be on hand, along with the “Challenger.”
Call the school (486-3329) if you require more info.
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Congratulations to Jeanne (Jewell) and Daniel Pasche, who were united in marriage on Saturday (June 11). Your community of friends and family wishes you all the best in your marriage.
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Congratulations also are in order to Graham McTavish and Aimee Collins, who recently became engaged.
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Dawn Pruys graduated Saturday (June 11) in North Bay, Ont. as a teacher. Her sister, Lisa, attended the graduation ceremony.
Dawn is now back home with her parents, Leo and Kathy Pruys. Congratulations, Dawn!
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Cribbage winners at the Emo Legion last week were Thelma Fadden and Jan Hyatt, along with Gladys Allan and Rudy Meyers. The runners-up were Elder Jack and Mary Gavin.
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The next monthly Bingo at the Emo Legion will be held tomorrow (June 16). And don’t forget a seniors’ dance will be held there this Saturday (June 18).
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A baby shower was held Sunday for Rosanne (Kellar) Farmer and her son, Tyson, at the home of Joanne Hyatt.
Tyson was born April 25 weighing just 3 lbs., 11 oz., but he has since grown in leaps and bounds and is doing remarkably well.
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Congratulations to Jason Donaldson and Leanne Kaemingh for being the successful job applicants at the Township of La Vallee. These two will be the summer students for 2005.
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June is seniors’ month in Ontario.
Seniors continue to serve as leaders, mentors, volunteers, and important and active members of our community, and their contributions warrant appreciation and recognition.
All citizens are encouraged to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of our seniors.
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Robin’s 2¢:
A lot of women don’t care who wears the pants in the family, as long as there’s money in the pocket.