Erskine skating rink being prepared

There were lots of little goblins out on Saturday night. About 60 called in at the Waverly Club Rooms for treats and tricks.

There were lots of little goblins out on Saturday night. About 60 called in at the Waverly Club Rooms for treats and tricks, which the Erskine Rec. Board sponsored. A big thank you to A J Armstrong and her helpers for the work of decorating the club rooms.

Work will begin soon on the skating rink and I will let everyone know in this column when the rinks are ready for skating.

There will be a knitting retreat this weekend at the seniors’ centre and also their monthly meeting.

Don’t forget the Dance Jam this Sunday from 1:30 to 4:30 at the IOOF Hall. If you attend, please make a small donation towards lunch. Come on out even if you don’t dance as the music is very enjoyable to listen to.

There is no school and the post office is closed on Wednesday, Nov. 11 due to Remembrance Day.

There will also be no school on Nov. 12 and 13th due to fall break. So the kids will have a nice 5 day break. Report cards will go out on Nov. 24 with parent/teacher interviews on Thursday, Nov. 26.

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