Ropers catch on in Innisfail

The Father’s Day pancake breakfast last Sunday had a good turnout.

The Father’s Day pancake breakfast last Sunday had a good turnout.

Erskine School grades 5 and 6 students are at Circle Square Ranch for the rest of the week.

Students are looking forward to last day of school, which is next Wednesday.

They have a fun day planned that includes swimming and a picnic in the park with their parents.

Thanks to those who helped out with the painting and clean-up of the tot-lot playground. It looks very nice.

Congratulations to local competitors who placed in the top 10 at the Innisfail Rodeo last weekend: Mark Neitz came in ninth in tie-down roping, and Riley Warren placed seventh in team roping and tied for 10th in tie-down roping.

Birthday wishes go out to Jackson Squires on June 21, Min Nibourg on June 22, Jordan Smith on June 24, Alicia Nibourg on June 24, Nick Nibourg on June 24, Dylan McKay on June 25, Hayley Fisher on June 25 and Sarah Pollock on June 26.

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