‘All guns blazing’ for young thespians

There are plenty of activities coming up in the community for your entertainment pleasure.

There are plenty of activities coming up in the community for your entertainment pleasure.

The Chevelles are coming to the Byemoor hall for a Saturday performance, featuring hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s to dance the night away. Tickets are sold in advance only and available from Rhonda Maginn at 403-579-2228. The proceeds will go to support the Byemoor School, Endmoor Minor Hockey Association and the Sullivan Lake West Agricultural Society.

Byemoor Dance School, under the direction of Krissy Jack, presents its spring dance recital Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Byemoor hall. Come out and support the talented young dancers.

The Byemoor 4-H Drama Club is busy preparing for its production, “Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch,” to be presented June 6 at the Byemoor hall. The club members were in costume at the Bull-a-rama, as they looked after the 50-50 draw. Be sure to mark your calendar as not to miss these young thespians.

Dee Green was accompanied by her sister Cheryl for a Vancouver visit with their brothers.

There will be a work bee at the Endiang cemetery on Monday at 6:30 p.m. All help for the spring cleanup would be appreciated.

One team from the Endmoor floor curling club participated in the Stettler bonspiel last Monday

B.J. Smith and Ruth Ratcliffe are home from a week spent in Japan. Their café in Endiang was closed during that week.

B.J. Smith and Stettler’s Fred Bozek played invitational exhibition hockey in Japan with an Edmonton oldtimers’ team.

B.J. said the Japanese were tremendous hosts and he and Ruth found the experience interesting.

The Alberta team played three games, all in different parts of Tokyo, a city of eight million people. The Albertans won one, lost one and tied one.

B.J. said he was “amazed” with how quiet and clean Tokyo is.

We are pleased to welcome Albert Wessa and his wife from Red Deer to the community. They purchased Lois Ballinger’s house in Endiang and are in the process of moving in.

Members of the Byemoor 4-H Drama Club are selling hanging flower or tomato baskets for $25, available in time for Mothers’ Day. This is the last week to order. Baskets will be delivered between May 7 and 11. Contact Anita at 403-579-2395 for further information.

Congratulations to Jimilee Chostner on being selected for the Award of Distinction at the East Central Alberta leaders’ recognition day at Galahad. Jimilee has had a long history with 4-H, first as a member and then as a leader.

The Chevelles will perform music from the 60s, 70s and 80s at the Byemoor hall on May 4.

— Endiang  Enterprise

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