Congratulations to Austin Smyth who was among the graduates at the J. C. Charyk high school graduation in Hanna on the weekend. Austin received his earlier education at the Byemoor School. Best of luck in your future endeavors, Austin.
Sympathy is extended to Marj Sorensen and family on the passing of her brother Bill Hronek at Castor. Bill was 70 and a graveside service was held in Castor last Monday. Our thoughts are with the Sorensen and Hronek families.
Travis and Tanis’ new home arrived on the James farm last week and is situated south of the existing farm yard. Stuart and Kayla Somerville and young son Robbie are settled in their new home on the former Alex and Anne Smith farm. Congratulations to these young couples on their new homes, we hope they enjoy them a lot in the years to come.
Local folks celebrated the Victoria Day weekend in various fashions. Some of the activities included camping, calf brandings, ball tournaments, garden and yard work while some farmers spent the weekend finishing up seeding. The weekend started out with good weather but turned soggy on Sunday and Monday. The moisture, however, was welcomed by the farmers.
Ken and Eleanor Schultz hosted their annual May long-weekend campout at their farm.
Kirk and Twila Buchwitz also hosted a campout at their farm and were joined by several camping friends.
Edwin and Nola Gutsche from Calgary spent the weekend camping at Webber’s Corner.
The local 4-H beef club members were busy on the weekend preparing their heifers and steers for the show and sale held in Stettler on Monday and Tuesday.
Get well wishes go out to former Endmoor residents Bob Green and Walter Schuler, who each had stays in the Stettler hospital.
Brenda Zeimer of Vancouver is visiting with family members in our district and at Hanna during her week-long stay in Alberta.
Keep in mind the bridal shower honouring Jordan Wasdal, bride-to-be of Kyle Smith, on May 23 at 7 p.m. at the Byemoor hall. Women of the community are asked to contribute to the lunch.