Prairie Garden Tea to be hosted on Mother’s Day weekend

Enjoy the tea and shopping; Checkel Greenhouses will have bedding plants and flower baskets and Sandi will answer gardening questions.

BYEMOOR/ENDIANG NEWS — Two Mother’s Day events are coming up in Endiang to mark on your calendars.

On Sunday, May 14 there will be a Mother’s Day pancake breakfast at the Endiang Community Hall. Breakfast is served from 9 a.m. until noon. Cost for adults and teens is $9, ages 6-12 is $7 and ages five and younger are free. Mothers are eligible for the door prize.

Sponsored by the Endiang Board of Trade, proceeds go towards beautification of the hamlet.

Prairie Garden Tea hosted by The Lilac Room and Cattlemunns Ranching Gift Shop runs all Mother’s Day weekend, May 12-14 at their location south of Endiang. Enjoy the tea and shopping; Checkel Greenhouses will have bedding plants and flower baskets and Sandi will answer gardening questions. Ladies wear your fancy hats to the tea as there are special prizes.

For reservations call Rhonda at 403-854-4745 or 403-854-1137 or Karyn at 403-807-8730.

Endmoor Drop-In Centre’s crib meet on Thursday saw Rita Stiles post the top score. Ken Schultz had the second best score of the afternoon.

Endiang Cemetery club is holding its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at the Endiang Community Hall. The meeting is open to all interested, with new folks always welcome.

The floor curling club in Endiang sent two teams to Stettler on Tuesday to compete in the bonspiel at The Hub. Local members participating included Ernie Angel, Cliff Donald, Doug Harrold, Joan Morrison, Dave and Carol Sisley, Carol Stulberg and Mickey Tucker.

We send 80th birthday wishes to Della Jones who celebrated her special milestone birthday on April 24. Enjoy your day, Della and best wishes for many more.

Ken and Eleanor Schultz spent four days in Fairmont, B.C. where they joined John and Jacky Chop, Val Schultz and Judy Crawford for some rest and relaxation.

Clearview School Council invites you to an evening with Dr. Jody Carrington for a presentation on parenting on Thursday, May 4 at 7 p.m. at the Wm. E. Hay School gym in Stettler. Dr. Carrington is a registered clinical psychologist and her discussion on parenting, the hardest job on the planet, has been highly rated.

A Wellness Showcase starts off the evening from 5-6:30 p.m.

To pre-register call Barb Gano at 403-740-4049 or for further information call Rhonda Maginn at 403-579-2228.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Norma Glubrecht who passed away on Wednesday, April 19 in Calgary. She was 86. Our thoughts are with her husband Emil, her sons and their families. Norma’s funeral will be held in Calgary on Friday, April 28.

On the weekend our district received another snowfall. Alright Mother Nature you can let up with winter any time this is getting tiresome. Makes one wonder where global warming is when you need it.

Humour for the day “Is it true that cannibals don’t eat clowns because they taste funny?”

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