We hope all the dads enjoyed Father’s Day on Sunday, with the various activities and family functions planned. Father’s Day has been celebrated for 100 years now with the first being observed on June 19, 1910 due to the efforts of Mrs. Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Washington, who felt fatherhood should be recognized in a similar form as Mother’s Day.
The junior high school students from Byemoor competed in the track meet in Stettler on Monday, which had been postponed from the previous week due to the rain. Rosemary Stulberg was the bus driver transporting them to Stettler.
There was an excellent turn-out for the Dance Revue and Talent Show at the Byemoor hall on Monday evening put on by local dance instructor Krissy Jack. There was a variety of entertainment with dance, piano, singing and Tae Kwon Do demonstrations. We have a lot of very talented young people in our community. Congratulations to all on a great show.
The Endiang Centennial Committee met at the Endiang Hall on Monday evening to finalize plans for the centennial celebration to be held on July 23-25. There are lots of activities planned and everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a catered supper on Saturday evening and a catered breakfast on Sunday morning. To help establish a number to tell the caterer, please contact Terry Gallant if you plan to attend. Phone 403-579-2515 or email email@example.com. A full description of the events can be found at the community’s website at www.endiang.ca. The next centennial meeting will be held on June 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Endiang Hall with all people willing to help out that weekend urged to attend.
Congratulations to Adam and Paige Jones on the birth of their son Memphis Breton on June 16 at the Drumheller hospital, weighing 6 lbs. 12 oz. Memphis is a little brother for Rylee and Rowdy. Congratulations also to the local grandparents Miles and Lynne Jones and great-grandmas Irene Duncan and Anna Jones.
Thursday was a trial run for the new kindergarten class. There will be six boys in the class this fall and include William Brown, Ryder Buchwitz, Nash Dettmer, Tanner Taziar, Chase Walker and Cade Wilkie.
Several from our district attended the Clearview Public School Division’s Recognition Night in Stettler on Thursday evening. Local folks receiving recognition included Rosemary Stulberg for 20 years as a bus driver, Corey van Zandbergen (Byemoor School principal) for 15 years of teaching, Marlene Mappin for 15 years as caretaker, Theresa Christie for 10 years as a teacher’s aide and Tomi McCrindle for five years as support staff. Congratulations to all being recognized for your long service.
The Grade 9 class celebrated their years at Byemoor with a year-end camping trip to Mackenzie Crossing on the weekend.
Congratulations to Joni Campbell and Harley Hutton, who were married in Byemoor on Saturday.
Many local folks attended the open house and dance to wish the newlyweds well. Joni is the daughter of Bob and Janet Campbell of Byemoor and the granddaughter of Agnes Sorensen of Endiang and Shirley Campbell of Byemoor.
We wish this fine couple all the best in the years to come. Harley and Joni reside on a farm in the Watts district northwest of Hanna.
Birthday greetings go out to: June 25 – Vi Grams and Rhonda Munns, June 26 – Cora van Zandbergen, June 29 – Emma Jack, July 1 – Helen Gutsche.
Anniversary wishes are sent to: June 25 – Larry and Lorene Stulberg and Dwight and Heather Tucker, June 29 – Dale and Florence Tucker, June 30 – Rod and Krissy Jack, Barry and Rosemary Whymark and Tom and Bonnie McCrindle.