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A Valentine ceilidh is set for Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Murray River Hall at 7 p.m.
Entertainers include Mary Lou MacLure, Walter Ching, Andy Clarey, the MacDonald Sisters (Marie and Doris), Vince Keoughan, Len Buell, Edna MacMaster, Wayne MacLean, Urban Chaisson, Lewis Penny, Wendy Jackson, Angela Curran, Irving Hayter, Jeannie Nicholson, Colton Matheson, Glen MacDonald and Dorothy Hayter.
The master of ceremonies will be Errol MacLure.
Donations to the Murray River Cemetery will be accepted.
The event will include a 50/50 and lunch. Food donations for lunch are appreciated.
For information, call 902-962-2818 or 902-962-2799.