Fun curling offered in Erskine

Curling club in Erskine open to kindergarten to Gr. 6

Beginning November 22 to December 3rd the Erskine Curling Club will be offering fun curling for beginners from kindergarten to Grade 6. Please wear clean indoor shoes for the ice. Anyone needing more information can call Sarah Chapman at 403 741 8297.

The Erskine United Church Ladies invite all local ladies to their annual Christmas Party. Come on out and enjoy the music, fellowship and snacks on Monday, December 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the United Church. In lieu of a gift exchange donations can be made to the Women’s Shelter.

There will be no meeting for the Erskine Knitting Club until January 4th, when it will take place in the Waverly Club Rooms at 7:00 p.m. The Club appreciated holding the meetings in the Seniors Centre for years but have moved because they received a gift of two knitting machines from a lady in Oregon and needed a place to put them. It also saves the donated wool from mice and moisture from the basement of the hall. Anyone wanting to come out to learn to knit by machine or by hand is very welcome to join the club. They are always looking for new members.

From the Erskine School: Report cards go home on November 20th and parent-teacher interviews take place on Thursday, Nov. 23rd. There will be no school on Friday, Nov. 24th in lieu. There is no school on Friday, Dec. 1st for P D Day.

Have a good week.

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