The snow didn’t stop all day but that didn’t deter people coming out to the Maryhill Heritage Park Community Centre for the Annual Valentine Dinner. This event is hosted by the Maryhill Knights of Columbus and the St. Boniface Catholic Women’s League. The sittings were for 5 and 7 p.m. The front foyer and hall were gaily decorated with hearts and flowers on all the tables.
Close to 50 people turned out for the meeting of New Horizon’s on Thursday, February 8th at the Maryhill Heritage Park Community Centre. Guest speak was Lynn Weimer, who is a retired registered nurse with Waterloo Hospice. Her topic was Advanced Care Planning – a conversation worth having. You know what you want. Does your family? She spoke on substitute decision makers. Do they know your wishes? How do you know which person is the right person for you?
The Bloomingdale Women’s Institute held their monthly meeting on Monday, February 12 at the Bloomingdale United Church at 7:30 p.m. The ladies were reminded of the District Annual Meeting which will be held at Wanner Mennonite Church, Cambridge on May 23rd. The theme for the day is “Take Time.”The nominating committee for forming the executive for next year are: Betty Ann Scott, Lorrie Snider and Kathleen Snyder.
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