Former reeve released from hospital

Our former reeve, Maurice MacMillan, was released from the Emo Health Centre on Friday after being hospitalized there last week.
Feeling much better, I’m sure Maurice will be showing up at the Wheels to Meals carpet bowling, which he enjoys to the fullest.
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Once again, students at Our Lady of the Way will be going skating. Teachers strongly recommend that students wear helmets while on the ice, especially the younger ones.
Parent volunteers are welcome to come out and help tie skates, and enjoy the exercise. Permission slips are required.
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Cribbage winners at the Emo Legion last Wednesday (Jan. 16) were Jose Balcewich and Connie Hill, with consolations to Rudy Meyers and Gladys Allen.
Joan Buttazoni won the door prize.
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The next monthly Bingo at the Emo Legion goes Thursday, Jan. 31. The Bonanza game starts at 6:30 p.m., with regular Bingo getting underway at 7.
A reminder a cribbage and 500 card party is slated Saturday, Feb. 2 starting at 1 p.m. Cost is $12 per person.
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Bob and Carol Angus of Stratton were the lucky winners of the sweater knitted and donated by Gail Paterson to the Emo/La Vallee Community Centre fundraising raffle.
The draw was made Saturday during the Emo Cowboys’ annual liniment league hockey tournament.
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Welcomed to the pulpit for both services last Sunday at the Christian Reformed Church in Emo was Rev. Jeff Vanderhooft of Emden, Mn. While here, he was house guest of Arend and Wilma Wielinga.
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An Editor’s Club will be organized at Donald Young School and headed up by Sue Herman. This will give students a chance to put out their own newsletter.
The DARE program also is up and running there led by OPP officer Brad Williams.

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