Erskine rec board looking for volunteers – Erskine Enquirer

Another school year is coming to a close quickly as we hit the month of June this week. Exams, field trips and track meets have filled up every day until the last week of June.

Mosquitoes are out in full force. They are a mass of thick and black clouds coming towards you. My daughter out moving cows with her Dad exclaimed that she was sure she ate some of them.

June 7 is track meet for grades 7-9 and will be held in Stettler.

“Stomp” the girls’ self-esteem workshop is on next Monday.

Year book sales are on now. Get money in now if you would like this year’s yearbook.

Shower for Ronnie Deems and Carrie Parsons is on June 4 at 2pm at Waverly Club rooms and open to all who would like to wish them well.

The annual June Erskine Sports Day and Barbecue has been cancelled due to lack of community interest and volunteers. Erskine Rec board is always in need of volunteers to help pull of these fun events. The fall Drive In might be a time where they can do a Erskine fun day/parade and barbecue if enough support is rendered.

County of Stettler has given the 4H club 10 miles of County roads to clean up on June 4 so drive slow and careful that day and watch out for all the kids cleaning up the ditches.

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