The Borden Friendship Club held their annual get-together with clubs from Langham, Maymont and Radisson invited for supper and entertainment June 20. There were over 100 in attendance in the Borden Community Centre for a cold plate supper, with President Eileen Petrun welcoming everyone. The blessing was given by Ruben Rempel. After a delicious supper served by the Borden Club, Slim Chance from Saskatoon entertained.
The Borden Friendship Club held their monthly potluck supper May 31, with 39 out to enjoy a bountiful supper. Blowing out the candles on the cakes baked by Eileen Petrun were Ruby Wall, Rita Smith and Eileen Petrun. The tables were decorated with mini watering cans and flowers set on white and blue doilies and napkins. Entertainment for the evening was Avery Fairbrother of Borden who played guitar and sang over 20 numbers, some of his own compositions.
The Borden and District Lions held a very successful Mother’s Day Brunch in the Borden Community Centre on May 14, thanks to the many that dropped in for a great meal, with the proceeds going to diabetes research. A Mother’s Day gift basket was won by Gerry Wainwright of Borden. The Lions Club are also selling West Jet tickets (2,000 printed only) for two people to fly anywhere that West Jet flies.
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