a beautiful sight as you wander the streets of Dunnville.
The spring bulbs are at their best as I write.
The glorious red and yellow tulips are bound to
make some folk homesick for
go out to the Horticultural Society for their beautiful
show of colour in the various gardens around town; you
have out-done yourselves.
Thank you to all the dedicated volunteers that
spent many hours on bended knees and up to their elbows in
potting soil, vermiculite and organic nutrient just to
please our senses as we go about our daily rituals and
efforts do not go unnoticed and are truly appreciated.
You missed a great evening with Dave Green and his stories
of the early years of hockey in Dunnville.
He produced a slide presentation with historic
photos of the original Mudcats and their rise to glory.
I am hoping he will do it again and give us plenty
of time to spread the news.
You have to come.
It was a fabulous presentation.
I saw a few faces that even I as a newcomer,
took me awhile, they still had hair and their own teeth
and the swaggers have changed with the knees and hip
replacements, but it was the twinkle in the eyes that gave
them away; especially when they’re talking hockey.
Thanks to everyone who attended our Perch Dinner.
Your support of these events is what keeps us going
and enables us to continue our community service.
The next one is our Mudcat Festival Perch Dinner on
Friday, June 7th but you don’t have to wait
until then to come back, there’s always something going
on at Branch 142.
Due to the 24th of May weekend, our General
Meeting will be held on the fourth Monday, the 27th of May at 6:30