Household hazardous waste round-up on May 27

Bring items for disposal such as bleach, paint and paint thinners, varnish and strippers, televisions, laptops etc.

HALKIRK HERALD — Paul Dietrich went golfing with his nephews at West Lake, near Vernon, and Sicamous.

Dennis and Doris Cordel spent some time in Chilliwack visiting with Lena Knight and son Bill, Trudith, Jordan and Cody. Don and Kjerene Engel from Edmonton met up with them for a few days.

Brad and Erica Engel had their third baby girl at the end of March. Estelle Rose was welcomed by sisters Sloan and Eden.

Among the floor curlers in Endiang last Monday were Anne Neilson, Darrel and Wendy Ashbacher, Rose Koenraadt and Jacquie Dietrich.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Shirley Brodersen who passed away last week. Her funeral was held on Friday in the Halkirk Hall.

Coming up: May 7 bridal shower to honour Kim Fath, bride elect of Matt Koenraadt at 2 p.m. at the Halkirk Seniors’ Centre. Everyone is welcome; May 11 hall board regular bingo commences at 7:30 p.m.; May 14 Mothers Day and the Elks annual pancake breakfast at the hall from 9 to 11 a.m. Great day to bring Mom out for a celebration; May 22 Victoria Day holiday long weekend usually the first time to go spring camping; May 27 household hazardous waste round-up at the Halkirk fire hall in the morning bring items for disposal such as bleach, paint and paint thinners, varnish and strippers, televisions, laptops etc.; May 27 Elks walk-a-thon in Caroline in support of the Elks and Royal Purple fund for children.

 

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