Strawberry tea to be held at Scapa Hall on June 6 – Endiang Enterprise

The Scapa community is hosting their annual Strawberry Tea on June 6 at the Scapa Hall at 2 p.m. The afternoon event features entertainment, lunch and prizes and all are welcome.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Connie (Schultz) Steeves who passed away on May 23 in Stettler at the age of 97 years. Connie and her first husband Paul Schultz raised their family of six children on their farm south of Endiang. The funeral was held on Friday in Hanna and she was laid to rest in St. Peter’s Lutheran Cemetery, not far from the Schultz farm.

We also send sympathy to Rhonda and Bud Munns and Kay Dee on the passing of Rhonda’s mother Bernice Brower who passed away in Hanna on May 22. She was 83. Her funeral was held in Hanna on Friday.

Congratulations to the local graduates of Wm. E. Hay High School in Stettler who held their graduation ceremonies on the weekend. Ty Ainsworth, Meghan Keessar, Kelsey Keith, Taylor Keith, Randy Schofer and Jade Slootweg were among the graduands. We extend best wishes for a bright future for these young people and good luck in all their future endeavours.

Get well wishes go out to Irene Brooker who had knee replacement surgery last week in Medicine Hat. We hope you are on the mend Irene and running races soon.

Bruce and Kate Woelk spent five days in Medicine Hat visiting with relatives there and also Irene Brooker in the hospital. Bruce celebrated his 60th birthday while there. Best wishes for many more Bruce.

Velma Gore of Westbank, B.C. is a visitor with Clifton and Mickey Tucker and will be giving Irene Brooker a hand as she convalesces from her surgery.

Brandy Groundwater and a girlfriend returned home on Thursday from a trip to Los Angeles where they took in the sights of Marina Del Ray, Venice Beach, Redondo Beach, Hollywood, Disneyland, Napa Valley, Universal Studios and other places of interest.

Get well wishes go out to a former Endiang resident Maxine Benson who is in the Red Deer hospital following a nasty fall.

Joslyn Stimson celebrated her first birthday on June 1; my, how time flies.

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