The Endiang news column is a bit short this week, and non-existent last week, because we were visiting Mexico. We spent 10 fantastic days on the Mayan Riviera near Playa del Carmen. Besides the warm weather, white sand and blue Caribbean water, the highlight was the Mayan temple and ruins at Chichen Itza.
Robert and Sheila Buchwitz are also home from Mexico. They spent a month at Mazatlan to enjoy a good break from winter.
Rod and Lynnette Schellenberg, along with Sue Rausch, are back from 10 days in Phoenix, where they escaped some of our winter.
Eileen Smyth posted a perfect score at the last crib meet at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre to capture top spot for the evening. Eleanor Schultz had the second-best score. The next crib night is scheduled for March 12.
Sympathy is extended to Dale and Dee Green and family on the passing of Dee’s father, Dave Stock. His funeral will be held in Stettler on Friday. Our thoughts are with the Green and Stock families in their sad loss.
Congratulations to Betty Kobi on celebrating her 80th birthday on Friday with a come-and-go social at her Stettler home. We wish you many more happy birthdays, Betty.
Eleanor Schultz, along with Kris Mohl and Michele Toews of Hanna, were in Calgary for the weekend. They were joined by Jackie Chop, Val Schultz and Judy Crawford for a ladies-night out.
The Endmoor Mites wrapped up their last hockey tournament in Big Valley on the weekend. Congratulations to Cash Buchwitz and Kingston Brown on winning the “heart-and-hustle” awards against the Stettler yellow and red teams, respectively.
Humour for the day: “Children seldom misquote you. In fact, they usually repeat word for word what you shouldn’t have said.”
— ENDIANG ENTERPRISE