Here’s what else is in the Oct. 28, 2014 edition of the Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Tofield Legion willing to supply poppies early if asked, but official campaign kick-off still set for Friday, Oct. 31;
– MP Leon Benoit says will forever remember the tragic events of Oct. 22 but hopes they will never be repeated;
– Opinion: Imagine: humans without narcissism; Message from MP Leon Benoit thanks public for its concern about his and others’ safety Oct. 22;
– Loose Ends Columnist Carol Livingstone asks “Where Are Batman and the Blue Bunnies?” in her latest column on Halloween;
– Crowfoot MP Kevin Sorenson sends message stating “together we will remain vigilant” after the attacks in Ottawa;
– Treva Piekema holds a sign at Tofield Farmers’ Market stating: “Say No to Terror,” after cadet activities cancelled due to events in Ottawa;
– Tofield RCMP ask the public to exercise caution and stay safe for Halloween;
– Local author Nicole Hillyer reads from her book “What Happens in the Barn,” during C.W. Sears Literacy Night;
– Author Georgia Graham visits Kindergarten to Grade 4 students at C.W. Sears to share her artistic talent and vast experience with children’s literature;
– Principal Zenovia Lazaruik and Vice-Principal Richard Cowan at Tofield’s C.W. Sears Elementary School are doused with water to cheering from the assembled students – the teachers were good sports as part of the pay-off of the school making well over $7,800 for the Terry Fox Foundation;
– Beaver County Chronicle: Beaver Emergency Services Commission offers tips for a safe Halloween; the Beaver Heritage and Agriculture Society which operates the Ryley Pool and Wellness Centre, takes off 7,000 bushels on 175 acres in its harvesting fundraiser using 11 combines to complete the task in 90 minutes.
Also in this week’s Mercury are real estate ads, a help wanted section, restaurant guide, Classifieds, Blanket Ads, Business and Professional Directory, Tofield and Area Church Directory, and much more!