Stories awaited for Halkirk history book

Amanda (Fowler) Jackson received her Masters in Education on Thursday Nov. 18 in Edmonton at the U of A. Proudly sitting in attendance was Amanda’s husband Steve, with their son Brody and Amanda’s mom and dad, Clara and Dan Fowler. Amanda teaches at St. Thomas middle school in Red Deer. Congratulations, Amanda.

Don and Joy Walker of Big Valley were caring for their grand-kids while daughter Lisa and Rick Kent were holidaying in the Mayan Riveria, Mexico.

Congratulations to the Dan Fowler rink, Dan, Justin, Dean and Lee, they won the oilmen’s curling bonspiel held last weekend in Hanna.

Kent and Evelyn Johnson, JD and Sandra Johnson and their girls met up with Kim and Kandice and their families from BC in Aneheim last week. Son-in-law Scott was unable to join the family this time.

Floor curling in Castor last week was the team of Adolf Heier, Jacquie and Paul Dietrich and Wendy Ashbacher. Anne Neilson, Shirley Brodersen, Dora Morasch and Elizabeth Raher was also entered in the spiel.

The history book organizers are eagerly awaiting your stories, so get them in and please remind others to submit their stories.

With the cold and snow, Bingo was cancelled last week, the next one will be Dec. 2.

The freedom singers from Romania will be at the hall on Nov. 27, the fourth annual pot luck for the church; Grey cup next Sunday.

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