Gymkhana and more featured on agenda

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Endiang Enterprise

The students of the Byemoor School enjoyed a year-end trip to the Science Centre in Edmonton last week. School doors closed Tuesday for the much anticipated summer holidays. Bus driver Deanna Johnson has retired after 15 years of driving the school bus. We hope you enjoy your retirement Deanna.

A large crowd of participants and spectators enjoyed the eighth annual Wade Buchwitz Memorial Gymkhana in Endiang on Canada Day with perfect weather. Following the award presentations and wiener roast the evening concluded with a spectacular set of fi reworks that could be seen for miles around.

Jim and Maureen Wasdal along with Mandy and Corey and Dusty and Brittany were to Canada Olympic Park at Calgary on Wednesday for Cavalia, an amazing performance of over 50 horses.

Lorne and Marlene Wallace, Shawna and Darren Benson and Jeff Wallace were to B.C.’s Sunshine Coast on the long weekend for the wedding of their nephew and cousin Jeremy Byrgesen to Alison Murphy.

Get well wishes go out to Tammy Burns who was in the Foothills Hospital in Calgary with a broken vertebrae in her back sustained in a horse riding mishap. We wish you a speedy recovery Tammy.

Congratulations to Scott Roberts and Chelsea Marian who were married in Stettler on Saturday.

Scott is the son of former Byemoor residents, Doug and Lori Roberts. The newlyweds are living in Leduc and we wish them all the best for a happy married life.

Les and Rosemary Stulberg and Carol Stulberg helped Rosemary’s dad Bob Diprose celebrate his 85th birthday on Saturday at an open house at the Botha Seniors’ Centre.

There will be a bridal shower for Shenine Blackman bride-elect of Scott Roach at the Byemoor hall on July 16 at 2 p.m. and ladies are asked to please bring lunch.

Edwin and Nola Gutsche, their son Ryan and grandson Sam Hopkins along with Emil, Norma, Andrew and Rebecca Gutsche all of Calgary spent the long weekend camping at Webber’s Corner.

Recent visitors with Kirk and Twila Buchwitz and boys were Twila’s parents and brother Mark and family from Saskatchewan and a surprise visit from her brother Shane from Oregon.

Ken and Eleanor Schultz are home from a week of family camping at Rochon Sands and the Ponoka Stampede with Val and Judy and at Prairie Oasis with Kris and David.

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