Enjoying a Christmas postcard landscape

Meota News

The new phone books are available at the Meota store and the beauty salon.

Nestor Fransoo has taken up residency in North Battleford, from his home in Metinota.

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Two tables of Canasta played on Nov. 20 at the Do Drop In. Top score went to Gwen Lacerte and Marion Ottas while the other scores were all very close,

Duplicate bridge was played with individual movements Nov. 17. Top score went to Catriona Winterholt and second to Margaret Dyck. On the evening of Nov. 19 top score went to Fraser Glen while five tied for second place ‑‑ Catriona Winterholt, Jean Lawes, Vern Iverson, Margaret Duck and Anna Waldbillig. Tied for third were Linda Ard and Dave Creegan.

The Yukon is staying on Daylight Saving Time. With the change it’s difficult to find TV programs.

Jack Stewart is finding life at Edam Enriched Manor satisfying, and he is happy there. He goes to the seniors’ center in the afternoons where they play his favourite game of cribbage.

The hoarfrost on Sunday morning in Meota changed our world into a winter wonderland. It may be the prettiest Christmas card we will see this year.

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