Winning best dressed team was (from left) Jordanna Bosma, Doreen Nixon, Betty Campbell and Theresa Christie with their rendition of the KISS band. Photo submitted

Byemoor-Endiang News: Ladies Bonspiel held over the weekend

Endiang Floor Curling Club also hosted its annual Funspiel on March 19th

The Ladies Bonspiel closed out the curling season for the Byemoor Curling Club on the weekend. Eight teams competed and each dressed in a theme of their choice, adding to the fun.

Winners included: First Event — 1. Lindsay Graham. 2. Betty Campbell.

Second Event — 1. Kim Wasdal. 2. Kari Wawzkiewicz.

Third Event — 1. Carolin Schofer. 2. Roxy Gallagher. 3. Krissy Jack. 4. Rebecca Schofer.

Winning the best dressed team was Betty Campbell, Theresa Christie, Doreen Nixon and Jordanna Bosma.

They did a fantastic job of recreating the band KISS.

A special thank you to all the sponsors and volunteers for making the event such a success.

Endiang Floor Curling Club hosted its annual Funspiel on March 19th at the Endiang Hall. In a Funspiel all players from the various communities are mixed together, just for a fun day of floor curling.

The winning team was skipped by Larry Church of Botha, with Doreen Nixon, Byemoor; Marie Jackson, Castor and Mary Muhlbach, Stettler also on the team.

This year’s Funspiel was western-themed and many donned their finest western garb and cowboy hats for the occasion. Terry Gallant was named best dressed.

It was ‘Bob the Builder Day’ at the Byemoor School kindergarten on March 20th.

Gordon Borgstrom and Gordie Gallagher lent a hand to help the students build mini-picnic tables, just their size.

Mrs. Erin Wilkie also assisted and provided snacks. Thanks to Jim Keith for cutting the wood in preparation for the project.

Russ and Linda Kobi enjoyed a vacation to Las Vegas with their family. Linda had won their tickets in a Delia raffle. They were joined by their son Kent Kobi from Australia as well as by their daughters and sons-in-law Robert and Holly Stanger from Delia and Brian and Erin Prehn from Stettler, to make for a fun family vacation. We hear the guys make pretty good Elvis impersonators.

Marlene Wallace accompanied her sister-in-law Faye Wallace and a group of traveling ladies on a 17-day tour of southeast Asia. They enjoyed touring Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Laos.

Temperatures were hot and it was very interesting visiting countries totally different from ours and experiencing their cultures.

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