On the lookout for volunteers at the lake

Meota News

The colder weather was no surprise. We know how to cope with it, even if we don’t appreciate it.

The Lions Club will be judging the Christmas lights competition on Dec. 20, between 5 and 8 p.m. so be prepared with your lights on.

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The Village of Meota is asking for volunteers to submit their names before Dec. 15 to act on one or more of the various committees or organizations that keep our village operating. There is a small notice at the post office bulletin board as well as a notice in the News-Optimist. 

On Facebook there are several addresses where you can send a Christmas card to someone in the armed services. One is “Any Canadian Forces Member, P.O. Box 5140 Stn. Forces, Belleville, Ont. K8N 5W6.”

A cute picture on Facebook showed a little car in Vanderhoof, B.C., with a snow machine loaded on the railing on top. It was just about as big as the car!

The village monthly newsletter is now available at the insurance office as well as the village office.

A Canada Post truck flipped and caught fire near Prince George, B.C. so that load of mail was destroyed. 

Guy’s Furniture in Spiritwood opened the doors to their brand new store, on Highway 3, Nov. 20, with a grand opening. Home for the occasion were the original owners Guy and Yolande Houle, now residents of Saskatoon. Also on hand were a couple of pioneer friends, Vivian Martodam and Bea Turgeon.

 

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