Don’t miss the minor hockey meeting

The moisture from recent rains and the subsequent heat that followed have created the perfect conditions for hatching hoards of mosquitoes. Isn’t nature grand?

Brian, Theresa, Jordanna and Carly Christie have returned from a camping holiday in Idaho.

Spending a few days with Sonny and Terry Gallant were their grandchildren Katie, Josh and Nicky of Calgary.

Larry and Lorene Stulberg recently enjoyed a trip to South Dakota.

Q14 radio personality Brittainy Keith was in Endiang and Byemoor on Thursday handing out promotional tickets to Spruce Meadows and Heritage Park.

Congratulations to Steven and Carla Johnson on the birth of their first child, a bouncing baby boy named Lincoln Marek born on Aug. 27 at the Drumheller hospital, weighing in at 6 lbs. 12 oz. Congratulations also to the local grandparents Doug and Deanna Johnson.

Ken and Eleanor Schultz were to Torrington the weekend before last for a gathering of the Alberta Wild Rose Explorers RV Club members. It was an enjoyable weekend of activities and visiting with 28 RV units participating.

Recent visitors with the Schellenbergs were Lynnette’s parents Glen and Joyce McCaskill of Gladstone, Manitoba.

There will be an Endmoor Minor Hockey Association meeting on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. at the arena. Please plan to attend if you want to be involved in minor hockey during the 2009/2010 season. At the last meeting, it was determined there will be enough players for a Novice team (2001 and 2002 birth years) and an initiation program (born 2003 and younger) for the upcoming season. Call Ryan Dettmer at 579-2529 or 741-6292 with any questions, concerns or ideas or if you are unable to attend.

Cliff and Juanita Pruden have returned from an enjoyable two-month cross-Canada trip from Alberta to the Maritimes. They visited family members in various parts of the country along their journey. The highlights for them were P.E.I. and Quebec.

Sympathy is extended to the Tucker families on the recent passing of their cousin Pat (nee Tucker) Gauthier of Summerland, B.C. at the age of 69 years. Pat was the daughter of the late Allan and Myra Tucker.

Rod and Lynnette Schellenberg and family attended a wedding at Wainwright on the weekend.

Dale and Terina Shorter and their son Zachary of Edmonton visited with Terina’s grandmother Dorothy (nee James) Grott of Hanna and brought her to Endiang for a Sunday afternoon drive. Incidentally, Mrs. Grott will be 101 years old in October.

Walter Schuler will be celebrating his 85th birthday with an open house in his honour on Sunday, Sept. 6 at the Paragon Place lounge in Stettler from 2 – 4 p.m. Everyone is most welcome to attend.

School doors opened on Monday, Aug. 31 at the Byemoor School. Parents were jumping with joy while the students, teachers and bus drivers thought summer went way too fast.

Birthday greetings go out to: Sept. 5 – Walter Schuler and Gail Irion, Sept. 7 – Vicki Ballinger, Sept. 10 – Mickey Tucker.

Happy anniversary to Wes and Karen Gutsche on Sept. 5.

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