Come on out to the Erskine Flea Market

It’s so nice to have a day with sunshine and no wind.

ERSKINE ENQUIRER — It’s so nice to have a day with sunshine and no wind. I hope everyone’s trees and buildings survived the blast that hit us last week.

Coming up on June 11 is Father’s Day pancake breakfast at the Erskine IOOF. Bring your dads and enjoy visiting with your friends and neighbours.

On Wednesday, May 31 was the farewell to the Grade 9s. Congratulations to all those heading up to high school.

The Erskine School will be hosting a variety of events, starting on Friday, June 2, which is sunglasses day; on Tuesday, June 6 is the Junior High Drama Night; on June 8 and 9, Grade 9s will be going to Circle Square Ranch; and on Monday, June 12, there is the Junior High track meet in Stettler, with Kindergarten to Grade 3 track meet being on June 14 in Big Valley, and grades 4 to 6 being in Big Valley on June 15.

The Erskine Flea Market is now up and running from Wednesday to Sunday. Come on out and see all the items for sale. It is located next to the Erskine Grill.

Registrations for ECS Kindergarten are now being accepted at the Erskine School. If you have any questions you can all in at the office or phone the school at 403-742-5220.

A bouquet was presented to Mrs. Munden and Mrs. Morbeck for all the work they have done with students in their sports. They have dedicated much time, effort and expertise over and above their time they spend in teaching and looking after the library.

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