Adult drop-in volleyball gets underway

The Byemoor 4-H Beef Club is holding its weigh-in on Nov. 8.

The Byemoor 4-H Beef Club is holding its weigh-in on Nov. 8. It is open to youths nine to 21 years of age wanting to enter a 4-H steer or heifer project. There is also a Cleaver program that accepts youngsters six to eight years old. To join the club or for more info, call Tara Schilling at 403-323-0469 or Suzanne Sorensen at 403-741-8747.

An adult drop-in volleyball evening is starting up for the winter season at the Byemoor school gym each Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. All interested players are welcome to join in.

The floor curling club in Endiang sent one team to the bonspiel in Stettler last week. Congratulations to Cliff Donald, Ernie Angel, Eva Nielsen and Carol Sisley on capturing first place in the second event.

Get well wishes are sent to Marty Brooker who has been a patient in the Hanna and Red Deer hospitals.

Halloween was a quiet one this year in the community. The little trick or treaters enjoyed good weather on Saturday night making their night a little more enjoyable than in some years.

A small crowd enjoyed the Halloween party at the Byemoor Hotel on Saturday evening. Mark Fecho of Hanna supplied the music, filling in for Marty Brooker who was hospitalized.

Maverick Schofer celebrated his first birthday with a party on Saturday that included his little friends.

Several folks from our community enjoyed the fantastic turkey supper put on by the Halkirk community on Sunday.

Ken and Eleanor Schultz returned home Sunday from a week spent at Fairmont, B.C. They were joined by John and Jacky Chop, Val Schultz and Judy Crawford. The trip home involved traveling through a mountain snow storm.

Remember to book your table for the craft sale at Byemoor Santa Claus Day on Dec. 5 by calling Twila Buchwitz at 403-579-3755.

We send birthday greetings to Olwin Pearson who celebrated her 92nd birthday on Oct. 30 and to Lee Hunt on the occasion of her 82nd birthday on Nov. 9.

Thought for the day — “A bad attitude is like a flat tire. You can’t go anywhere until you change it.”

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