The weather seems to be shaping up for Mother’s Day, as we’ve gone from winter straight to summer. The farmers are frantically getting the fields ready for planting.
Mother’s Day Pancake breakfast begins at 9 a.m. and goes until noon at the IOOF Hall on Sunday. It’s a great way to begin Mother’s Day, by treating Mom to breakfast.
At Erskine School, language arts PATs begin next week and continue in June.
Last Thursday night, Erskine’s “community consultation meeting” was held as residents met with Clearview School Division trustees and administration.
The community was told how the provincial government funds the Clearview budget, what funds the government cut this year, and how money is allocated.
Questions ranged from transportation to flex Fridays.
Erskine School participated in the Stettler community garage sale to raise money for the student union. Students raised more than $300. Thanks goes out to all who donated household items for the sale.
Erskine United Church held its annual spring supper, with great food and entertainment in the mix.
— Erskine Enquirer