Family gathering for Gutsche birthday

Congratulations to Thelma Keast, who recently celebrated her 90th birthday. Her floor curling friends treated her to lunch at the Endiang restaurant last Monday. This special lady has been a life-long resident of our community and a very committed community volunteer. She was the daughter of Endiang pioneers Andrew and Clara Wasdal and spent her married life in the Wolf Hill district west of Byemoor, where she still resides. Best wishes to Thelma for many more happy birthdays.

Congratulations to Nikki Paulsen and Kevin Pivert on the birth of their daughter Elizabeth Emma born Nov. 25 in Red Deer weighing in at 7 lbs. 10 oz. Proud grandparents are Brad and Shellbea Paulsen and great-grandma is Winnie Paulsen.

Art Gutsche’s family had a family gathering to celebrate his 80th birthday. His birthday was actually earlier, but busy schedules delayed the celebration until now. Congratulations on reaching this milestone, Art, and best wishes for many more.

There were some Grey Cup parties around the district on the weekend. It was rather disappointing for the Saskatchewan Roughrider fans.

Anyone wanting more information about the pedicures that are being offered to anyone at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre call Eleanor at 403-579-2344 for further details.

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