Cheers & Jeers October 31st

Highs and lows in the Valley this week

Cheers to Tatiana for providing such attentive, caring and skillful acupuncture and health advice. What a wonderful addition to the health care team with Mike Baker!

A big Cheers to “JD.” It’s nice to see you back at Home Hardware! Your Positive attitude always makes me smile.

Cheers to the wonderful pharmacist Dean at Pharmasave for going above and beyond for me last week. Much appreciated!

Cheers to John for the patient lesson on our woodstove, chopping us kindling, waiting to show us how the “draft” works, all while he should have been at home having dinner with his family. Get some rest, John, you look beat.

Cheers to Kimberly Rae Sanderson for being so patient and helpful with my multiple visits for my last minute “crafty project” on Friday! You are amazing and totally saved my day. And Cheers to Arlo for being the sweetest little shop “greeter”!

Cheers to all who donated items and attended the Edgewater Radium Health Care Auxiliary’s Halloween Tea and Bake sale. Because of you all it was a huge success!

Cheers to Anne Zurbriggen. You add to community events with your cheerful presence and are so kind and attentive to others. Much appreciation for who you are.

Cheers to everyone who supported the famous Edgewater Radium Health Care Auxiliary’s MONEY BOARD Raffle! Congratulations to winners Brian Fieitz and Brian Kuysten.

Cheers to Colleen Wheller for the spooky cake, Gail Macrae for the beautiful crocheted throw and Rising Sun Massage for the generous Gift Certificate. Congrats to winners Carol McKay, Bunny Turner and Leon Wall.

Huge Cheers to all our volunteers who made our Halloween Bash at Legion Branch #199 a great success, your hard work and dedication is appreciated immensely, especially Lorie for planning all the Halloween themed appies! What a great community we live in!

Cheers to my lovely HOH’s for joining me for a weekend away in the Valley!

Cheers to The Crypt Singers for their very generous donation and spooktacular entertainment at the Edgewater Radium Health Care Auxiliary’s Halloween Tea.

Huge Cheers to the Edgewater Community Hall for welcoming the Edgewater Seniors Assoc. and more big Cheers to the seniors for continuing to hold soup day. The Valley would sure miss this great meal. Always worth the drive up the Valley road repairs or not.

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