Crossroads Bistro Closes Doors

Randy James of Weelington st. North is out and about after undergoing surgery recently.

Barb Lewis from Utah and Jane and Don McIntyre from Southfield, Michigan were in the area last week doing genealogical research on family members who had lived in and around Wardsville in years past.  They also did a tour of the barn quilt blocks and learned about George and Margaret Ward, Wardsville’s founders.

Lois Ashton, Art and Louise Long took a day last week to view the fall colours and see the progress of the harvest.  They ended up in Corunna where they visited with Marie Patterson.

MaryLou Vanniekerk, Church St., had daughters Karen and Kristie as well as their families home for the Thanksgiving weekend.

Less than a year after opening for business, the Crossroads Bistro closed its doors to customers on October 13.

The fashion show sponsored by the United Church this past Saturday  wasn’t as well attended as had been hoped but was enjoyed by those who did come out.

The United Church anniversary service on Sunday was well attended with Pastor Richard Golden bringing the message and The Five Gusy providing the music.

Heidi Carter spent a couple of days in hospital early last week but was able to be home by Wednesday to celebrate her 15th birthday in the family circle.

Plans for next year’s Kin Days were discussed at a meeting of the Your Wardsville Community Association held in the meeting hall on Tuesday evening.

by Louise Long and Ken Willis



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