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The latest from Byemoor and Endiang

Byemoor School bid farewell to the Grade 9 class last week with a Grade 9 Graduation celebration. Students Rowdy Jones and Lucas Klatt will be off to high school this fall. Congratulations on completing Junior High School and best of luck in high school, boys.

Congratulations to Jace Keith and his Red Deer Rustler’s hockey team on their Gold Medal win in the Championship final.

The team is made up of an elite tier of players from Central Alberta born in 2013. Jace is an 11–year–old student of the Byemoor School and the son of Tyson and Kary Lyn Keith. Jace also was a point leader in the top tier. What better way to wrap up their hockey season, great work, Jace.

Russ and Linda Kobi were busy watching their granddaughters compete in the Girls U16 Volleyball Nationals in Edmonton. Hadley Prehn’s team won Gold medals in their tier and Aubryn Stanger’s team won Silver medals in their tier. Sounds like an exciting weekend for the family.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Stan Hansen of Michichi who passed away on May 25 at the age of 79 years. He would have been 80 on June 8.

Stan married Pat Nixon of Byemoor and they had a family of three boys - Jason, Troy and Steven. Stan was well known in the Craigmyle – Delia community where the family lived for many years before settling in  Michichi.

Our thoughts are with the Hansen and Nixon families in their sad loss of this well-respected man. A celebration of life for Stan will be held in July.

Remember the Farm Auction Sale for Blake and Joyce Clausen is coming up on Saturday, June 8 at 11 a.m. at the Clausen farm north of Byemoor.

Julie Jones and her daughter Candace Boxma of Stettler flew to Nova Scotia to visit their granddaughter/niece Charleen Jones.

Byemoor 4-H Beef Club members were among the 4-H clubs that lent a helping hand to the Stettler Health Services Foundation to do grounds upkeep at the Stettler Hospital. Great work, kids.

Edmonton Oilers fans are a happy lot after the weekend when the Oilers defeated the Dallas Stars to take the Western Conference Championship four games to two. The Oilers were the only Canadian team left in the playoffs are now off to the Stanley Cup to play the Florida Panthers. Fingers crossed they can bring the cup home to Canada.

Thought for the Day —

“People who wonder whether the glass is half full or half empty, miss the point. The glass is refillable.”