Matching wedding bells ring loudly

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ENDIANG

This fall certainly has been the season for weddings in our community.

The love bug must have bit well, as five young people who were raised in our community are all tying the knot within a month. They are: Ashley Hayden (Mike Oman), Sept. 17; Greg Gallagher (Samantha Grainger), Oct. 1; Dixie Jones (Curtis Zorn), Oct. 7; Tyson Keith ( Kary Lyn Swedberg), Oct. 8; and Krystal Stulberg ( Bud Stoutenberg), Oct. 15.

Belated happy birthday wishes go out to Morris Schilling, who recently celebrated the big 5-O. Hope you enjoy being halfway to 100, Morris.

Krystal Stulberg was honoured with a bridal shower Monday evening at the Endiang Hall, where the women in attendance showered her with many beautiful gifts. Krystal and Bud Stoutenberg will be married in Stettler on Saturday.

Congratulations to Dixie Jones and Curtis Zorn, who were married Friday at the beautiful Nakoda on the Lake Lodge near Morley. Dixie is the daughter of Mark and Julie Jones. We wish this fine couple all the best as they start their married life together. The newlyweds will make their home in Lloydminster.

We extend congratulations to Kary Lyn Swedberg and Tyson Keith on their marriage Saturday in Stettler. Tyson is the son of Pat and Sandra Keith. Our best wishes for a happy marriage go out to this young couple. The newlyweds will reside in a second residence on the Mike Keith farm near Byemoor.

After much delay, the Byemoor Store is now offering sales of gas, diesel and propane. It’s very nice to have this service in the community once again after being without it since the garage closed.

The Country Diner west of Byemoor had its grand re-opening on Thanksgiving Day and will be open for business Monday through Friday. It is wonderful news that the Reeves family has decided to re-open and serve the community once again.

The Byemoor 4-H Beef Club will be reorganizing soon. For further information, contact Lorna Schilling at 403-884-2463.

We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend and enjoyed a bountiful feast. We have much to be thankful for in this province.

Thought for the day:  Living on Earth is expensive, but remember it does include a free trip around the sun every year.

— Les & Rosemary Stulberg

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