BYEMOOR/ENDIANG NEWS — It was an exciting day for the Knowles family last week when Lyle and Shannon Knowles, along with their daughter Katie Campbell and granddaughters Jorgie, Scarlet and Lyla Campbell, were among the extras in the filming of the popular CBC TV show Heartland.
The episode was shot at Millarville and will air in mid-January. That sounds like a fantastic experience – we will all be watching for our local stars on TV.
On Saturday, to further add to the adventure, Katie and Jorgie attended the season premiere of Heartland in Calgary. Jorgie was interviewed by the Calgary Herald and had her picture taken with the actors and Spartan, the equine star of the show.
The quiet, little hamlet of Endiang had a rash of break-ins either late Sunday or early Monday. Garages, vehicles and the community hall were among those targeted by the thieves. If anyone noticed anything suspicious or has any information to help solve the case they are asked to contact the Hanna RCMP detachment.
It is pretty sad when this sort of thing happens. Everyone will have to be extra cautious in keeping everything under lock and key from now on.
The local floor curlers were going to floor curl and have a meeting to plan their upcoming bonspiels on Monday, but the community hall was roped off for the police investigation. Instead, they just held their meeting at the gazebo north of the hall.
It is that time of year for flu clinics. On Monday, Oct. 24 there will a free flu clinic in Byemoor at the school library from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for ages nine and up. Shingles vaccine is also available upon prior request and a prescription from a physician. Anyone attending is asked to bring their Alberta Health Care card. Call Nicole Devaleriola at 403-820-2400 for further information.
We send belated birthday greetings to a couple of our senior ladies. Barbara Schilling celebrated 93 years on Sept. 17 and Dot Wasdal marked 89 years on Sept. 27. Hope you both had a great day.
Byemoor School kindergarten to Grade 6 classes attended “The Will Street Performance” in Big Valley on Thursday. Students and their teachers traveled by bus driven by Rosemary Stulberg to the performing arts event.
Congratulations to Jesse and Brittiany Hebert on the arrival of their son Jed Patrick Wade Hebert on Sept. 30 in Drumheller. Jed weighed seven pounds six ounces and is a little brother for Duncan and Heidi.
Congratulations also to the grandparents Pat and Sandra Keith, June and Jim Maxwell and Rick Hebert and great-grandma Mike Keith.
Volunteers of the Sullivan Lake West Agricultural Society worked at the casino in Red Deer last week. Thanks to all who gave their time to help out with this significant fundraising event.
The second annual Grant Paulsen Memorial Skeet Shoot was attended by a large crowd on Saturday. Despite the rain showers it turned out very successful.
Ryder and Bronc Buchwitz traveled to Bowsman, Manitoba to compete in junior rodeo events on the weekend.
Some folks with an Endmoor connection attended the 70th wedding anniversary celebration for George and Elsie Humphrey in Delia on Sunday. They included Art and Dot Wasdal and their daughter Wendy Bignell, Mac and Jeanne Sinclair and Rosemary Stulberg and her mother Dorothy Diprose. Dorothy went to school with George and his siblings in the 1930s. Congratulations to the Humphreys on reaching this amazing milestone.
Keep in mind these upcoming events:
Oct. 7 — Rowdy Pianos, the dueling piano show at the Byemoor hall. Call Rebecca for tickets at 403-334-2248.
Oct. 18 — Workbee at the Endmoor Arena. Jobs needing to be completed are posted in the arena.
Oct. 22 — Byemoor fall roast beef supper at the Byemoor Hall from 4-7 p.m.
Humour for the day — “My boss told me to have a good day … so I went home.”