Erskine IOOF Hall’s fifth annual spaghetti supper on March 18

The Erskine Ladies Bonspiel has been on, so we hope to have results of the winners in next week.

ERSKINE ENQUIRER — The Erskine Ladies Bonspiel has been on, so we hope to have results of the winners in next week. The Men’s Bonspiel begins on Sunday, March 12.

To all ladies who scrapbook, Sherry’s Scrap’n Shop will be hosting a scrapbooking retreat from April 28-30 at the IOOF Hall in Erskine. For more information or to register for this event, please call Sherry Marshall at 403-742-7742 or 403-742-0602 or you can call me at the post office at 403-742-0604. Come and have a fun weekend.

The Erskine Knitting Club is looking for more members. If you are interested please call Barb at 403-742-5196 or Pat at 403-742-4561. Meetings are once a month and there are two retreats per year. Most knitting items are donated to various charities.

Coming up on Sunday, March 12 is the Dance Jam sponsored by the Erskine Seniors. There is no age restriction. It is in the IOOF Hall from 1:00 to 4 p.m. Come and bring an instrument if you play or come to dance and enjoy each other’s company.

The fifth annual spaghetti supper sponsored by the Erskine IOOF Hall takes place on Saturday, March 18 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are purchased at the door so come on out and enjoy a great supper. All proceeds go to hall improvements.

The UCW will be having their Annual Spring Supper on Sunday, April 23 in the IOOF Hall at 5:30 p.m. There will be entertainment and a silent auction. Tickets can be purchased from UCW members or at the Erskine Post Office.

I would like to wish my husband, Mel Kelm a happy 80th birthday for tomorrow, March 9. If you see him, honk your horn and wave.

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