Tuesday, June 25, 2024
The Way We Were

The Way We Were

Feb. 8, 1995
25 Years Ago

Carnival back in Shawville: It makes the -30 C weather a little more bearable and the six month frosty season a little shorter.
A regular feature in most communities, a winter carnival has been missing in Shawville for a number of years.
That is, until the local Kinsmen and Kinette clubs stepped in this year. After a nearly 15-year absence, Shawville will once again celebrate winter with a carnival.
“It’s something to do in the winter time,” says Kinsmen president John Beimers explaining why the club got involved. “And we hope it will keep the community spirit up.”
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