Good job girls!

The first day of playground activities at the hall has taken place.

HALKIRK HERALD — The first day of playground activities at the hall has taken place. Halkirk youngsters are invited to attend an activity filled Tuesday morning courtesy of the Castor and District FCSS.

Congratulations to the CC Steelers, U19 ball team who were successful in bringing home a silver medal at provincials in Leduc last weekend. Jacey and Tiana Gamroth, Sydney Jordal and Geri Slemp are part of the team. Coaching duties fall to Troy Slemp, Lisa Jordal, Alan Gamroth and Brad Golby. Grandparents Doan and Sherry Jamieson and Dave and Linda Chick joined the Gamroths and other families to help cheer on the girls.

The Castor Crush, U14 girls played provincial ball in Edmonton this weekend. Devon Johnson, Kiara Gamroth, Ryleigh Bunbury and Morgyn Jordal are part of the team. JD Johnson is one of their coaches. Ryleigh is Ross and Sheryls granddaughter. The team played undefeated but got rained out so the provincial games will continue this coming weekend in Elnora.

Close to 200 youngsters attended the 20th Camp Teckla basketball camp held this past week in the Stettler schools with head coach Leighann Doan Reimer returning for her 19th year.

Kent and Evelyn Johnson accompanied Happy and Bev Davis on a weekend fishing trip to Buck Lake.

Correction from last week, Donna and Marin Younger, from Fleet drove Irene Schilling to see her sister in Sherwood Park not Doreen.

Congratulations to first time parents Echo and Micheal Morsch. Maverick Micheal Morasch was born June 27 weighing in at 8lb 5oz. Local grandparents are Wendy and Darrel Ashbacher.

Congratulations also go out to Diane Engel-Kimmell on the arrival of her second granddaughter Elliot Jean Hobbs, daughter of Mckenzie and Tyler. Elliot is the 13th girl in the Duncan family to carry the name Jean. The Hobbs also have a daughter Emree.