Erskine Christmas concert set for Dec. 16

Don’t go on the ice just yet. The Erskine skating rink is in the process of getting all the layers of ice on it so it will be nice and ready for the ice skating season. It should be done soon.

Erskine School’s Christmas concert is coming up next week on Dec. 16. All parents are asked to bring two dozen baked goodies for the school council’s annual bake sale after the concert. It’s been such a hit in past years that the bake sale will continue again this year.

The junior high boys basketball team practices on Mondays after school and the junior high girls practice on Tuesdays after school. Games are on Wednesdays.

Nevis potluck supper is on Dec. 10 at 6:30 pm in the Nevis Community Hall

Erskine United Church Women are hosting their annual Christmas party on Monday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the church. All ladies welcome. Optional 10-15 dollar gift exchange. Call Janet Rowledge at 742- 3809 for more details.

Morning coffee social is held every Monday morning at 10 a.m. in the Nevis Community Hall.

Congratulations to Kevin Pivert and Nikki Paulsen on the birth of their daughter Elizabeth Emma, born Nov. 25 in Red Deer weighing 7 lbs 10 oz. Proud grandparents are Ken and Kathy Pivert. The couple reside in Lacombe.

Birthday wishes are sent out to Trevor Coleman Dec. 6, Bill Armstrong Dec. 8, Jenna Swan Dec. 9, Kathy Pivert Dec. 10, Tara Heintz Dec. 12, and Cole Nichols Dec. 13

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