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Out Our Way: events in our local area

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Socializing over good food
The St. Eustache Young at Heart Club invites local seniors to come out for dinner every Friday night at 5:30 p.m. at St. Eustache Community Hall.
Please call 204-353-4532 so the cook knows how many dinners to prepare.


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Kick off a new season
The La Salle Girl Guides are holding a spring tea on April 6 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the La Salle Fellowship Church.
There will be a silver collection at the door, along with bake and craft tables and a silent auction.


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Swinging into spring
The La Salle Community Centre members are holding a Swing into Spring social on April 6 at 8 p.m. in the La Salle Community Centre. The event is open to ages 18 and over.
Tickets are $10 and can be ordered by calling Christie at 204-736-2744, Dee at 204-736-3991 or at Jeni’s Food & Hardware.


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Chowing down for chariety
St. Eustache Community Centre is hosting a Bud, Spud and Steak dinner fundraiser on April 13 for $12 per person. Please call 204-353-4457 for tickets.
Eating in support of child care
The Prairie Sky Child Care Center in Elie is holding a fundraising spaghetti dinner at  the Elie Vet’s Hall on April 12. Money raised will be used for renovations.
Call Jane at 204-353-4455 to purchase tickets.


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Everyone is invited
Schoenfelder Ladies Fellowship members are holding their Spring Luncheon on April 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 2256 Hwy 26 in St. Francois Xavier.


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Brush off your tux
The St. Francois Xavier Community Club members are holding their annual gala on April 13. The theme for this year is ‘007’ and it is a black tie event.
The meal includes appetizers, salad,  main course and dessert. Specialty drinks (martinis) will be available, as well as prizes and more.
Tickets are $75 per person, $140 per couple, and $500 per table of eight. To order tickets, call 204-864 2260.


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Raising money for charities
The All Charities Fundraiser/Flea Market will be held in Starbuck Community Hall on April 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This  event includes a bake sale, lunch and silent auction.
Table rental is $10 plus a silent auction item. Contact Sandra Halstead at 204-735-2474 or Nancy Dyck at 204-735-2450 to book a table.


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Collecting bottles
St. Paul’s Collegiate students are holding a bottle drive as a graduation fundraiser on April 13.
Pre-drop off is available at Joe Lamoureux’s house at 10 Allarie St., St. Eustache, call 204-353-2621,  Karen Fleury‘s house at 215 Morin Rd., St. Francois Xavier, call 204-864-2340 and Dayne Cyrenne’s house at  2 Aquin St., Elie, call 204-353-2652.


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Learning while lunching
Headingley Seniors Services is holding a lunch and learn sessiion on April 16 at noon. Corporal McDonald from the Headingley RCMP detachment will speak about scams targeted at seniors.
To register for the lunch, call Patti Cutts at 204-889-3132 ext 3.


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Dining out Italian style
The La Salle Parish Spring Fling spaghetti dinner is planned for April 19 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the La Salle Community Centre. Children four and under are free. The cost for five to eight-year-olds is $4,while those age nine and over must pay $10.
Tickets are available at Jeni’s Food and Hardware and St. Hyacinthe Parish or by calling Krystal Mogg at 204-736-2828 or Lynn Leblanc at 204-736-4126.


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Raising money in Domain
A spring fundraiser luncheon for Avonlea United Church in Domain will be held on April 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.  in Domain Hall. This is a full luncheon with baskets, bake table, kids activity area and more. No reservations needed but there will be a silver collection.  

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