Floor curling season opens

It was the ladies who were victorious at the crib night at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre on Tuesday evening. Best score went to Carol Stulberg while second place was a tie between Dot Wasdal and Thelma Keast.

A happy anniversary - Bob and Eileen Green celebrated their 60th anniversary last Saturday

It was the ladies who were victorious at the crib night at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre on Tuesday evening. Best score went to Carol Stulberg while second place was a tie between Dot Wasdal and Thelma Keast.

Floor curling has started for the fall and winter season at the Endiang Hall, going each Monday afternoon at 1 p.m. More players are encouraged to come out and join in the fun.

We extend sincere sympathy to the family of Glenn Nixon, who passed away on Oct. 19 at the age of 91 years. Our thoughts are with his wife Isabel and their children Glenna, Gloria, Jack, Maryann, Darlene and Gary and their families as well as his brother Dave (Betty) Nixon and twin sisters Amy (Frank) Bates and Alice Clayton, other relatives and friends.

Glenn grew up in the Chinook, Craigmyle and Byemoor districts and married Isabel Campbell in 1944. Glenn and Isabel farmed for many years at Hackett before retiring to Stettler. The funeral service was held on Sunday in Stettler. Glenn will be fondly remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing this fine gentleman.

Congratulations to Bob Walker who celebrated his 75th birthday on Oct. 22 with his family. Also Joyce Clausen celebrated her 70th birthday on the weekend with her children, Renee, Sherry, Gerald and Dennis all home for the weekend from various parts of Alberta. Happy birthday to you both, hope you enjoyed your special day.

Many friends, neighbours and family of Bob and Eileen Green joined them on Saturday at the Stettler Recreation Centre to help them celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. Their wedding attendants, Dot and Art Wasdal, who also celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary earlier this year, were also present. The Greens were long time residents of the Byemoor community until their recent retirement to Stettler. Congratulations to Bob and Eileen on marking this special milestone and best wishes for many more happy years together.

Daylight savings time ends on Sunday, Nov. 1 at 2 a.m., so remember to turn your clocks back one hour to standard time.

There is an important school meeting coming up on Wednesday, Nov. 4 in Byemoor. A supper will be served from 6 – 6:30 p.m. and the meeting follows. Community input is needed. Call the school for more information.

There will a flu shot clinic held at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre on Monday, Nov. 9 offering both regular seasonal flu shots and H1N1 flu shots from 10 a.m. – noon and is open to anyone interested in receiving a flu shot.

Carol Stulberg accompanied Les and Rosemary Stulberg to Edmonton on Sunday to visit her sister Verna and Joe Engelman.

Birthday greetings go out to: Oct. 30 – Bronc Buchwitz (his first), Al Copeland and Olwin Pearson, Nov. 1 – Jackson Sunstrum, Nov. 2 – Brian Abram and Melissa Grover (her 18th), Nov. 4 – Darryl Irion, Stuart Somerville and Ian Campbell, Nov. 5 – Juanita Pruden.

Happy 30th anniversary to Lorne and Marlene Wallace on Nov. 3.

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