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Byemoor-Endiang news

News for the week of May 4, 2023

Endmoor Floor Curling Club hosted a Bonspiel at the Endiang Community Hall on April 24, with 12 teams from across the region competing.

The team from Bawlf won top place. Team members were Dennis Hartman, Dianne Hartman, Kathleen Tennant and Louise Gartner.

Second place went to the Botha team of Max McMillan, Cheryl Kelm, Dorothy Diprose and Marj Wells.

Placing third was an Endmoor team – Doug Harrold, Roxy Gallagher, Rosemary Stulberg and Luann Buchwitz.

The floor curlers over 90 years of age – Carol Stulberg, Marj Wells and Dorothy Diprose – each received a special gift presented by Terry Gallant.

Doug Harrold enjoyed a short visit from his sister Gwen Matwick from Port Coquitlam, B.C. recently.

Rob and Rhonda Maginn are enjoying having family from Ontario visit. Rob’s dad Bob Maginn and Rob’s sister and brother-in-law, Cheryl and Brad Woolvett, from St. Thomas are spending a month here.

We bid farewell to Lorne and Marlene Wallace who have moved to their home at Buffalo Lake. Lorne and Marlene farmed for many years in the Endiang district and were very involved in the community. A few years back they sold their farm, but continued to live on the farm until just recently. We wish the Wallaces all the best in their new location.

A team from Endmoor traveled to Daysland for a floor curling bonspiel on April 26. Participating were Doug Harrold, Doreen Nixon, Rosemary Stulberg and Luann Buchwitz.

It’s a busy time of year as farmers are on the land and have begun the spring seeding operations of their crops. Hopefully its bumper crops they are sowing.

Keep in mind the Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast at the Endiang Community Hall on Sunday, May 14 from 9 – 11 a.m. Sponsored by the Endiang Board of Trade.

Humour for the Day —

“What do you call it when a snowman throws a tantrum? A meltdown.”

“How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh? Ten tickles.”

“My girlfriend dresses to kill. She cooks the same way.”

“Buffet” is a French word that means “Get up and get it yourself.”