Get out and vote in Erskine election oct. 16

Erskine IOOF fall beef supper coming soon

Submitted by Pat Kelm Erskine Enquirer

The annual fall beef supper will be held in the Erskine IOOF Hall on Saturday, October 28th from 4:30 to 7:30. Come on out and support our local club and enjoy a great meal.

A fall scrapbooking retreat will be held in the Erskine IOOF Hall from Friday, October 20 to Sunday Oct. 22. Anyone wanting to register can do so by phoning Pat at the Erskine post office 403-742-0604 or Sherry Marshall at 403-742-0602. It’s a great time and each person has a table all to themselves.

Market Day will be on Sunday, November 5th in the Erskine Seniors from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Anyone wanting to sell their products can book a table by phoning Heather Jobs at 403-742-6222. It’s a great way to see what’s new and to buy Christmas presents.

I hope everyone comes out and votes on Monday, October 16th at the Erskine IOOF Hall. Not everyone in this world has the privilege of voting. There are four running in our riding, Joe Gendre is hoping to be re-elected and running against him is James Marshall, Cherri Neitz and Doug McKay. This will be an interesting race to see who will be our councilor for the next four years. Running against James Nibourg is Earl Marshall.

Coming up for the Erskine School is the Junior High Halloween Dance on October 13th. October 18th is a volleyball night in Stettler and the 25th will be Donalda against Erskine in Erskine. Awards night from Grades 5 – 9 is on Thursday, October 26th at 7 p.m. And Ugly Sweater Day is on Friday October 27th.

The Knitting Club will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, October 5 in the Erskine Seniors Centre at 7:00 p.m.

Anyone wanting to rent the Waverly Club Rooms or the Erskine Seniors Centre can phone me at the Erskine post office at 403-742-0604 or 403-742-4561. They are both ideal for birthday parties, showers, get-togethers.

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