D. Rangers a big hit

Friday night the place to be was at the heritage barn of Kim and Pat Cornell. Music and song filled the place with blue-grass music that was sure to get your foot tapping.
The group calls themselves D. Rangers, this talented group of five are from Kenora and Winnipeg. They entertained at the Winnipeg Folk Fest, that’s where Pat Clysdale-Cornell first enjoyed their music. She had an idea “just maybe” they would come and perform in our area. After some planning on the Cornell’s part they arranged to have a show here Friday, Sept. 2.
Approx. 160 people (of all ages) and even one young woman “Jesse” from China made it to the dance floor, likely for her first “hoe down” dance lesson ever.
Allan McTavish and granddaughter, Kate, showed us a few fancy steps along with a few others. However, the dance barn was so packed with people, the dance floor was very small.
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There’s wedding bells about to ring soon at the home of Ted and Deb Zimmerman. Their two daughters were engaged in the same week.
In late August, Laura became engaged to Trevor Pogmore, and Linda and Evan Debney announced their engagement. Laura will wed June 2006 and Linda the fall of 2006.
And, yes, Deb will cater both meals.
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The Aug. gas draw was won by Gary Selman at DevLynn’s.
The winners at last week card game at the Legion in Emo was Darlene Bruce and partner, Krista.
A reminder the next Legion Bingo is Sept. 13 and the next senior’s dance is Sept. 17.
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Nevin Bonot has been in the hospital for a while and will be there a bit longer. Our community sends him get well wishes.
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Trudy Badiuk, son, Mike and daughter, Jackie, have taken a trip to Jasper to visit Jen. Jen has been employed in Jasper since graduating from school earlier this year.
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Congratulations to Brent and Sandy Shine, they are the proud parents of a baby girl (Morgan Hannah). Morgan was born Sept. 5, weighing 7 lbs. 5 oz. in Thunder Bay. Another grandchild for Grandpa Gerald Shine.
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Guthrie United Sunday School in Devlin has started again. The service starts at 9:45 a.m. The children take part in the service and then go back to the Sunday School rooms after the children’s time.
All children and youth are welcome!
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Emo Figure Skating Club is taking registrations on Sept. 14-15 from 6-8 p.m. at the Emo Arena. Programs include: Mini-Blades (beginning skaters), Can-Skate, and Junior and Senior levels.
Call Patti McNally (482-1072) or Lisa Latimer (482-1131) for more info.
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Robin’s 2¢:
Television remote controls encourage couch potatoes to exercise their options while broadening their base.

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