Drop-in at Endmoor to celebrate Seniors’ Week

Seniors’ Week is approaching (it runs June 4-10) and will be marked at the Endmoor Seniors’ Drop-In Centre on June 7 at 2 p.m.

Seniors’ Week is approaching (it runs June 4-10) and will be marked at the Endmoor Seniors’ Drop-In Centre on June 7 at 2 p.m.

Coffee and a fruit tray supplied by the County of Stettler will be served.

The gathering is open to anyone who would like to stop by to join the seniors to celebrate and honour the contributions they have made to our community.

Please note a correction to an error in last week’s column regarding the time of Brittiany Keith’s bridal shower. The shower will be at 7:30 p.m. on May 31 at the Byemoor Hall. Sorry for the confusion.

The Alberta Wildrose Explorers RV Club hosts a camping weekend June 8-10 in Endiang at the hall.

Anyone wanting to join in is welcome to do so — a membership isn’t required. Call Eleanor Schultz at 403-579-2344 for more information or to register.

We’re glad to report Florence Tucker is home from the hospital in Calgary. Hope you’re feeling better, Florence.

Congratulations to all the graduates of J.C. Charyk High School in Hanna who held their graduation exercises last Friday. Of local interest were graduates Logan Boehlke, Darcy Gutsche and Caleb Mohl, who had family members from Endiang and Byemoor, attend the ceremony. Good luck, graduates, in your future endeavours.

Ken and Eleanor Schultz hosted their annual long-weekend campout at their farm. There were about a dozen holiday trailers and RVs participating in the event.

We hope everyone had an enjoyable Victoria Day long weekend, doing the activities of choice. The weather co-operated nicely for camping and outdoor events.

Victoria Day celebrates the birthday of Queen Victoria, the longest-reining female monarch in the world, who was born on May 24, 1819.

Queen Victoria began her reign at 18 years of age and ruled for 63 years.

The public holiday is celebrated the last Monday before May 25 each year and has been celebrated since 1834.

The Endiang Cemetery Club is looking for a caretaker to maintain the cemetery.

Those interested are asked to contact Irene Brooker at 403-579-2356 or Deanna Johnson at 403-579-2331 by May 25.

Keep in mind the 4-H Drama Club’s play, “The Songs of the Pioneers,” is coming up on May 27 at 2 p.m. at the Byemoor Hall. Admission is a donation to the food bank.

Rosemary Stulberg took her parents, Bob and Dorothy Diprose, to Verdant Valley on Saturday for a birthday celebration of a former neighbour of theirs, when they lived in that district.

Blake and Joyce Clausen will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a social at the Byemoor Hall on June 2 from 2 to 5 p.m.

There will be a bridal shower for Rebecca Fritz, bride-elect of Lenard Schofer, on June 5 at the Byemoor Hall at 7:30 p.m.

LES & ROSEMARY STULBERG – Endiang Enterprise

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