New curling season to start in Erskine

Erskine junior high girls hosted a girls’ volleyball tournament this past Saturday. Our girls played well and came in third overall.

Thanks to Tara Heintz, who represented the parent council in taking care of the concession during the tournament. Thanks to all those who also helped out with the tournament in refereeing, scorekeeping, and linesmen.

Parents are reminded to return photo sheets to the school by Oct. 12.

Women’s volleyball will start up on Oct. 18 at the Erskine School. For more information Call Nancy at 742-0551.

Post on your calendar the Family Halloween Dance, hosted by Erskine parent council on Friday Oct. 29. More information to follow.

Erskine Curling Club is getting set to start up a new season. They are accepting teams for the 2010 and 2011 season. To enter your team, call Deb Nibourg at 742-5628, or Kelly Volker at 742-2463, or Steve Armstrong at 742-3824.

Birthday wishes go out to Peter Pollock Oct. 7, Sean Higgins, Oct. 9, and Benjamin Bauman, Oct. 11.

Happy anniversary to Tammy and Peter Pollock Oct 10.

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