Providence Bay News and Notes

Ingrid Blay has gone on an extended holiday to visit family and friends near Düsseldorf, Germany. We will expect a full account of her travels on her return.

Well, we were blessed with a beautiful fall season with unseasonably warm temperatures but it seems like Jack Frost has paid us a visit at last with our first snowfall of the season on Saturday, November 19. It came late in the evening and many people were surprised when they woke up on Sunday morning.

Many hunters were pleased to see the recent snowfall since it provided undeniable truth that there were deer out and about on property. By the time that this paper is published many dreams of the big one will be realized and many stories told and retold of his demise. Our hope before this week is out is that everyone has a very safe and excellent hunt week.

The annual fowl supper that is put on by t he community centre board was held this past Tuesday, November 22. It’s always held the Tuesday of rifle season. Thank you to all the volunteers that ensure this event is so successful every year.

Don’t forget about the euchre tournament held the last Tuesday of each month. Coming up soon on November 29. Games start at 8 pm in the Twilight Seniors Centre.

If there is anything that you would like to contribute to The Providence Bay News and Notes, we’d love to hear from you. You can email  or call Cheryl at 705-377-7511. All submissions are required by 3 pm on the Sunday before each Wednesday publication of the paper. Have a great week.