Please pick up your mail without delay

Another week or so and the skating rinks will be ready for skating. Clint Marshall has worked hard at getting everything ready.

Another week or so and the skating rinks will be ready for skating. Clint Marshall has worked hard at getting everything ready and I will let you know in this column when it is ready.

The Erskine Post Office would appreciate it if people would pick up their mail more often especially with the season of ad mail and parcels. The rule is that parcels will only be held for three days before they are sent back to sender. This is because most post offices are pushed for room this time of year.

On Saturday, Dec. 5, the Erskine Free Church will be having their Christmas Banquet at the Stettler Community Centre with guest Brian Doerksen.

The Tail Creek Snowbirds have set up their “Christmas Card” at the Post Office post office in Erskine. Donations can be made in the post office if you want your name up on the board. This year the money will be donated to the Erskine Seniors building fund.

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