The Portage Collegiate Institute’s social justice group will be holding their annual Breakfast for Breakfast fundraiser once again.
Forage and livestock producers from across the province are encouraged to attend the Manitoba Forage and Livestock Symposium being held in Portage la Prairie on Dec. 9 and 10 at the Canad Inn.
The North Norfolk-MacGregor Archives has a new source of military research material. Beverly Anderson, a volunteer at the archives, has spent the past 10 years collecting, verifying and recording names of people who served in the military from the Rural Municipality of North Norfolk and area.
The history book committee of the RM of Glenella is seeking written submissions on families, businesses, school activities, sports, churches, cemetaries, etc., to be published in a sequel to Tracks of Time, their first book published in 1990. The new book will be called More Tracks of Time.
The Portage Chamber of Commerce held their annual Agriculture Appreciation Night but no award for young farmers was given out.
The Portage la Prairie Chamber of Commerce celebrated the agriculture industry Friday at their Agriculture Appreciation Night at the William Glesby Centre, where Askin Farms was recognized as the 2014 Outstanding Farm Family of the Year.
The North Norfolk-MacGregor Library is having a busy month, with two book launches in November.
Shoppers will have the opportunity to enjoy big sales and shop local as the Portage la Prairie and District Chamber of Commerce is holding a Black Friday event right here in town.
It’s almost that time of year when volunteers take to the streets to keep those who indulge in a holiday drink from driving.