Hoadley Happenings

The quiet little hamlet of Hoadley was as busy as a beehive on Oct. 18, the evening of their annual fall supper.
People of all ages swarmed in to enjoy a full course turkey dinner. About 380 community folks delighted in their meals and visited with friends, family and neighbours.

By the Hoadley

Happy Gang:

The quiet little hamlet of Hoadley was as busy as a beehive on Oct. 18, the evening of their annual fall supper.

People of all ages swarmed in to enjoy a full course turkey dinner. About 380 community folks delighted in their meals and visited with friends, family and neighbours.

The evening was highlighted by the draws for raffles. We congratulate the following winners: Joy Goings-first prize winner of a handmade queen-sized quilt; Margaret deVries-second winner of the handmade youth quilt, and Tammy Halko-third prize winner of a handmade baby quilt.

The evening was a fundraiser for the Hoadley Happy Gang Ladies Club. We would like to extend our acknowledgements to all who made our supper a big success including those who donated vegetables and the volunteers who worked so hard in the kitchen. Also, to the Bluffton 4-H Beef Club – those kids did a terrific job with hall clean-up, the Hoadley Church clean-up crew who helped clean up the kitchen and all who came out to support our supper. We are truly grateful.

We look forward to seeing you at the Hoadley Hall. Watch in the Coming Events section as we announce the dates for floor discing, our Christmas market, regular bingos and other activities. Everyone is welcome!

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