Endmoor Vipers headed to playoffs

Now is the time to get your entries in for the Byemoor Curling Club’s mixed bonspiel coming up on Mar. 14-18.

BYEMOOR/ENDIANG NEWS — Now is the time to get your entries in for the Byemoor Curling Club’s mixed bonspiel coming up on Mar. 14-18. It’s a final opportunity to get in a fun-filled bonspiel before the curling season winds down for another year. To enter call Eugene Nixon at 403-579-2460.

It was the ladies’ turn to shine at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre’s crib meet on Thursday, Feb. 23. Eleanor Schultz posted the top score of the afternoon while Jean Mappin pegged her way to second place.

We are happy to report Lee Hunt is home from an extended stay at the hospital in Red Deer. Glad to see you home Lee and best wishes for a full recovery.

Two curling teams from the Delia School visited Byemoor on Tuesday where they were joined by two teams from the Byemoor School for a fun day of curling.

Some members of the Endmoor Drop-In Centre travelled to Castor on Saturday for the dinner theatre production “Never Kiss a Naughty Nanny” presented by Castor Little Theatre.

Endmoor Mites hockey team hosted a tournament in Byemoor on Saturday.

Teams participated from Hanna, Delia and Byemoor. There were lots of raffle prizes won and a fun time was had by all.

On Sunday the Endmoor Vipers girls’ hockey team played its last regular season game in Byemoor against Lacombe. The visiting team won 3-2.

The Vipers are at third place in the league standings and are now off to the playoffs. Good luck, girls.

Byemoor Hotel is having entertainment at the hotel on Saturday evening, March 4, after pizza night. Heather Brown and Mark Fecho will be entertaining folks with their musical talents.

Byemoor 4-H Beef Club is hosting Farm Safety Day on Saturday, April 8 at the arena in Byemoor. Lots of hands-on activities and live demonstrations for all age groups, open to 4-H and non-4-H. Farm safety is important sometimes you don’t get a second chance. Please register by Mar. 20 by calling 403-323-5000 or 403-884-2686.

Thought for the day “Some people are like clouds. When they go away it’s a brighter day.”

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