Farmers are seeding later this year

Endiang Enterprise

Seeding operations have been in full swing this past week, with many farmers starting the Monday after Mother’s Day. This is a bit later start than most years.

Wind, wind and more wind seems to be the case lately making short work of any surplus moisture. Hopefully, it gets it out of its system soon as it is getting pretty tiresome.

We send get well wishes to Linda Wilkie, who is home from the hospital.

She has taken some time off from the restaurant while she recuperates. Hope you are feeling well soon, Linda.

Kent Kobi was home from Australia to visit his dad Russ, who is in the hospital in Calgary.

Dave and Betty Nixon, long-time Byemoor residents, have moved to Paragon Place in Stettler, where they would welcome visitors. We wish them well in their new location.

Keep in mind: Byemoor is hosting the Stettler District 4-H Show on May 23 and 24 at the arena. The heifer show starts at 2:30 p.m. on Monday while the steer begins at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday. The sale will conclude the day at 7 p.m. Come out and support our future farmers.

We send special birthday greetings out to a pair of ladies who are former Endiang residents and are celebrating notable birthdays on May 20.

Jean Boehlke will be celebrating her 85th while Connie Schultz marks her 97th. Enjoy your special day, ladies.

Lynne Nixon and daughter Kristin along with Joan Grover and daughter Melissa enjoyed the Elton John concert in Calgary on Saturday evening.

Birthday greetings go out to: May 20 – Marty Brooker, Jean Boehlke and Connie Schultz, May 21 – Dolly (Ackerman) Argyle and Garry Buchwitz, May 23 – Wes Gutsche, Travis Stulberg and Betty Keibel, May 26 – Bruce Woelk

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