It’s that time of year again for a busy calendar of fall activities. The local floor curlers met Monday at the Endiang hall for a meeting to re-organize. They will resume floor curling on Oct. 6 and welcome floor curlers to join them each Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. the Endiang Hall.
The fall season of crib starts on Oct. 7 at the Endmoor Drop-in Centre at 7:30 p.m. The centre welcomes all ages interested in playing crib (you don’t have to be a senior to play) on the first and third Tuesdays of the month.
The girls’ hockey team met at the arena on Tuesday to get re-organized for its hockey season. Girls age 12 and older wanting to play Midget hockey in the NCMHL are welcome. For more information contact Krissy Jack at 403-579-2520.
Playschool classes at the Byemoor School begin on Oct. 1 with Caitlyn Keith being the teacher. A class of about eight little ones is expected.
When we introduced the staff of the Byemoor School earlier this fall, we accidentally missed the name of teacher aide Erin Wilkie. Sorry about the omission, Erin.
A bridal shower is planned for Angeline Mappin, bride-to-be of Lindsey Shadlock, on Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Byemoor hall. Women of the community are asked to please bring lunch.
It’s the time of year again for flu clinics and one is coming to Byemoor on Oct. 15 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Byemoor School. The free clinic is open to anyone age seven and older. Please bring Alberta Healthcare cards. You may call Nicole Devaleriola at 403-820-2400 for more information. Anyone interested in the Shingles vaccination please call Nicole by Oct. 10 to make arrangements.
Byemoor School Educational Society presents “Stage Fright”, an impressive illusion show on Oct. 15 at the Byemoor hall. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the show to start at 7 p.m.
Tickets cost $10. Get your tickets early to ensure a seat from any student of the Byemoor School or at the Byemoor Store. There will also be a silent auction, a 50/50 draw and a mystery trunk filled with prizes to be won by the person holding the lucky key.
Don’t miss the magic show — and see a local person sawed in half. The show is a fundraiser for the school, so all support will be appreciated. Call Rhonda Maginn at 403-579-2228 for further information.
Get your taste buds primed for the annual Byemoor fall roast beef supper on Oct. 19 from 4-7 p.m. at the Byemoor hall. Please note the supper has been changed to Sunday this year.
When the Byemoor fall supper was planned for Saturday, the Byemoor Hotel courteously cancelled its pizza night, but now with the fall supper on Sunday, the pizza night is back on at the hotel for Saturday.
We extend sympathy to the family of Dolly McCrindle who passed away at Consort on Sept. 24. She was 79. Dolly along with her husband Andrew were long-time residents of the Byemoor community, where they raised their three daughters Helen, Cathy and Diane. Dolly was also a teacher at the Byemoor School in past years. She will be long-remembered for her kind and soft-spoken ways. A private family service was held in Byemoor on Monday. Our thoughts are with the McCrindle family in their loss of this fine lady.
We welcome to the community Lindsey Shadlock and Angeline Mappin and their young son Weston. They are living on the former Stephen Mappin farm. Angeline is of course no stranger to the community as she was raised here, the youngest daughter of Stephen and Kathy Mappin. It is great to have another young family in the community.
A number of local folks took in the Hanna Pro-Rodeo on the weekend while others attended Alberta Culture Days in Stettler.
Smile for the day — Shopping with your husband is like hunting with the Game Warden.