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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba St iTu V Ci 84 17 Manitoba May 1983 Awarded Silver Cup Keith Miles is seen presenting Janice Mabon with the Royal Bank Cup for her outstanding achievement and project work in 4H over the past Dashdoys Set For June 11 The third annual town Baldur will be held June Several items have been planned including the free pancake breakfast on Saturday Sausages will also be served this year along with lots of coffee and orange Other events planned will be the towncountry baseball childrens the Library will sponsor a rummage sale food a bowling tournament at 3 and a dance at The Friday night street dance has been A town wide promotional flyer will be published and advertisers are asked to have their material into the Gazette by May The next meeting dealing with Dashdays is scheduled for May 17 at 7 at the Please make every effort to attend because it takes the full response of the business community to keep this event a successful Linament League Meeting The league meeting was held Wednesday night with 12 teams showing a desire to play mixed Teams will be from Glenora 1 Baldur Cypress River 1 Glenboro 2 Hecla Belmont 2 Ninette The only rule change concerns age limit being dropped to 20 with 2 under age players Barry Moore will continue as league The league tournament will be July Immediately after the league meeting the Belgian Bowling Club presented a cheque for towards the construction of the new ball The Ball Club would like to thank the bowlers for their It was also learned there would not be teams from Glenora or Belmont for Mens league Anyone who is interested in entering a team in a mens league please notify Also all of last years Beavers who want to play this year would you please indicate so to Smith Recognized For Services Myrna DeKezel left is seen receiving a crystal vase of roses from Marlene Stevens in appreciation of her work with 4H over the past 11
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