Get ready for curling in Erskine

Erskine Curling Club is getting set to start up a new season.

They are accepting teams for the 2010-2011 season. To enter your team call Deb Nibourg at 742-5628, or Kelly Volker at 742-2463.

The mixed curling league on Friday nights is now accepting names and teams. To enter your mixed team please call Terry Jobs at 742-6222.

Erskine rec board is looking for an outdoor “ice-maker person” for the Erskine outdoor rink this winter. For more information call Mark at 742-5191.

Congratulations to Alicia Nibourg, who placed first for Grade 8 in the CARA cross country race and to Darren Gendre for coming in third for Grade 9. Alicia then went on to CWAJHAA and came in second.

Allyson Marshall has been growing her hair out for two years so she can donate it to the “Angel Hair for Kids” program. Along with her hair, she is also raising $300 to send to assist with the cost associated with making a hair prostheses. For more information call Sherry at 742-0602.

School-parent council is hosting another family dance and this year’s theme is Halloween in the Erskine School gym on Friday Oct. 29 from 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is a contribution to the breakfast club. Items needed are, cheese whiz, juice boxes, yogurt tubes, etc. The Grade 9 leadership class will be supplying a concession. The dance is open to all ages.

Come dressed in costumes. No costume weapons allowed.

Next school parent council is on Tuesday Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at Erskine Library. All Erskine parents are encouraged to come.

Erskine rec board is hosting movie nights at the Waverly Club rooms on the following days with films beginning to roll at 7 p.m. on all days: Oct. 22, Oct. 28, Nov. 6, Nov. 10 and Nov. 13.

There is no charge, bring your own lawn chair and snacks. For more information see poster at the Erskine post office.

Birthday wishes go out to Kylie Neitz Oct. 21, and Sara Munden Oct. 22.

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