Get your costumes ready for the Halloween Bash at the Byemoor Hotel on Saturday evening. A popular local band — Red Squared — Marty Brooker and Terri Simpson, will be providing the music for the evening. Sure to be a fun time.
Byemoor Curling Club is starting a ladies’ night of curling on Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. Ice will be in by mid-November and all interested ladies are welcome to join in the fun. If interested call Theresa Christie at 403-579-2133 or Carolin Schofer at 403-579-2488.
The Byemoor fall supper Saturday was well attended with about 240 people enjoying the delicious roast beef supper. Door prize winners included Lynda Wilkie, Endiang and Eileen Green, Stettler each winning grocery hampers and Thelma Bossert, Hanna winning a $40 gift certificate from the Byemoor Store. Thanks to all who worked, donated and patronized the supper, which is a fund raiser for the community hall.
Cribbage meets are underway at the Endmoor Drop-in Centre. Results of the October games are: Oct. 6 — Lawrence Wilkie, first and Ken Schultz, second. Oct. 21 — Doreen Nixon, first and Bernice Clausen, second.
The next crib night is on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. and all interested folks are welcome.
The entertainment at the Byemoor Hotel on Friday evening featuring country music entertainer Denny Eddy drew a good crowd and was enjoyed by all.
Also on Friday evening at the hotel, was a memorial for Danny Wooden who passed away last December at the age of 64 years. Danny grew up at Byemoor and it was his wish to have a party to remember him by at the hotel after he was gone. He pre-arranged and paid for the beverages for his friends and family who attended. Family members attending included his mother Lorraine Gendre, brothers Bruce and Rick and brother-in-law Brian Gendre (husband of the late Debbie Wooden).
Mark your calendars for the Byemoor Santa Claus Day with craft and bake tables on Dec. 5. There will also be photos with Santa and Christmas tree sales by the 4-H club. Anyone wishing to book a table for selling their crafts or wares may contact Twila Buchwitz at 403-579-3755.
Les and Rosemary Stulberg spent three days at Lake Louise where Les attended a conference.
Humour for the day — How did the butcher introduce his wife? “Meet Patty.”