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Scrapbooking retreat to be hosted at IOOF Hall from Oct. 13 to 15

To register for this event, please call Pat Kelm or Sherry Marshall.

There will be another scrapbooking retreat at the IOOF Hall running from Oct. 13 to 15. To register please call me at 403-742-0604 or Sherry at 403-742-0602, in the evenings.

The next meeting for the Erskine Knitting Club will be on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. All handicrafters are welcome to join the club.

Erskine School will have their annual magazine sales beginning Oct. 4. There is no school on Friday, Oct. 6 for PD Day and no school on Oct. 10 for Thanksgiving Day. Awards night for grades 5 to 9 will take place on Thursday, Oct. 26. Breakfast Club operates on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Grade 6s will be helping Mrs. Morbeck with this.

If your child is going to be away or going home with another student, please let the school know as it keeps the teachers informed about the kids and their safety.

Kids Club has begun at the Erskine Evangelical Free Church after school until 4:45 p.m. for grades ECS to Grade 6. There will be games, snacks, Bible stories, crafts, and more. Anyone wanting more information can call Erin Leschert at 403-430-0444 or Eileen McComish at 403-740-5695.

The election for councillors should be an interesting one for the Erskine-Buffalo Lake area this year, as there are four candidates running: current councillor Joe Gendre, Cheri Neitz, Doug Mckay, and James Marshall. Please get out and vote on Oct. 16; people can vote at the IOOF Hall.

pkelm@xplornet.com

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