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Joanna Crichton who have also built
       Eady News by Evelyn Reid                                          a new home on the Eady Station    OUR  BEST
                                                                         Road, east of the Eady Hall. Con-  ADVERTISING
       Happy New Year to everyone. The   Emma and Molly Konopelky, and   gratulations are also extended to Jo-
       year has come in with a bang with   Alyssa Holmes. Also in attendance   anna and Harry on the birth of their   simply
       all the snow and cold weather we   was April Holmes with her group   daughter Lucy Rose born on January   doesn’t come
       have ben receiving. The ski resorts   of bagpipers and snare drummers,   5, a sister for Freddie. Also congratu-
       welcomed the snow and cold weather,   who provided a medley of Christmas   lations to grandparents Lynda and   from us.
       even though most of us could do   carols.                         Mike Vanmuyen of Eady/Creighton
       without it.                                                       and great-grandmother Rita Whiston
                                        The Women’s Institute held its
       Apparently, there is a nasty flu that   Christmas meeting at the home of   also of Eady.
       arrived in the Eady district during the  Joanne and Peter Tinney’s with 18   We all enjoyed reading a write up of
       early new year. We hope that you are   persons present for our potluck meal   Ralph and Wendy Hough’s microcars.
       on the mend if you were ill with it.  on a long table in her nicely decorat-
                                                                         On December 16 and 17, Cassie Di
                                        ed rec room. Thanks Joanne for this
       The roads have been kept open for                                 Leo attended the Huronia Funskate
                                        yearly event.
       travelling in our area, with thanks to                            competition held at Rotary Place in
       the Township and County employees.  Three Institute members received   Orillia. She won a gold for her free
                                        their Life Membership Certificates:   skate solo, a gold in team elements,
       The Christmas concert at the Eady
       Hall was well attended with many   Valerie Hamilton, Helen Bell, and   a gold for individual elements, and
                                        Annie Coombs.                    a bronze for her Showcase perfor-
       in the audience and entertainment                                                                                                  It comes from
       provided by the rural community.   The Patterson farm has been sold   mance.
       Many thanks to four of our Township   again and new owners have moved   Our deepest sympathies are extended                       the FAMILIES
       Councillors who participated with   in. Welcome to Bonnie (nee Reid)   to John Silk Sr. and families, Don
       their various talents. Also thank you   and husband Brian Smith, who have   and Mildred of Eady, and John Jr.                 we  are privileged
       to all the local talent for providing   retired and moved from their home in  and Jean SIlk of Warminster, whose         to provide services for
       us with song and stories and a skit   Newmarket to their newly built home   wife and mother, Mary, passed away
       by the Women’s Institute members.   on Line 10. Bonnie retired in August   on January 1 in Gravenhurst. Mr.   Simcoe Funeral Home
       The Eady acting group provided three   from her job as Facilities Manager of   and Mrs. Silk were both born in
       numbers: a musical theatre number to   the CCAC/LHIN in Mississauga/  Matchedash and lived there all their   38 James Street East Orillia          705-327-0221
       a medley from Grease, a lyrical dance   Halton. Brian retired four years ago   lives until recent years, when their
       to True Colours, and the play A Christ-  from his job as owner of the UPS   health began to fail them. They had
       mas Carol. The members of the group   store in Aurora.            been married 79 years. Mr. Silk still   Guaranteed Services      Fair Costs     Spacious facilities
       include: Madison and Ayden Mat-                                   resides in Gravenhurst, he is 101
                                        We also welcome Harry Robson and                                          Traditional and  Alternative Services
       thews, Savannah and Cassie Di Leo,                                years old.
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