Trout to be fished in Boehlke pond

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Endiang Enterprise

Boehlke Pond, located about 10 km northeast of Endiang, was stocked with 5,000 rainbow trout on Friday. The trout were in the size range of 8 – 10 cm and with water levels up they will hopefully thrive very well.

The 8th annual Wade Buchwitz Memorial Gymkhana will be held on July 1 at the Endiang Riding and Roping Arena starting at 11 a.m. Entries will be taken between 7 and 9 p.m. on June 26 by phoning Bobbi at 403-579-2432 or Twila at 403-579-2173.

Enjoy Canada Day in Endiang with gymkhana events, awards ceremony, wiener roast and fireworks.

Congratulations to Raymond Mappin and Brandi Newsome on the birth of their daughter Alanna Pearl Mappin on June 13 at the Stettler hospital. The little lady weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. Proud grandparents are Skip and Anita Mappin.

There were five new little faces at the Byemoor School for a trial run day of kindergarten on Tuesday. The new class will be Cash Buchwitz, Ty Claypool, Nate Hutton, Brady Mappin and Brianna Taziar and if they liked it they will be sure to be back this fall.

Dale and Dee Green along with Gary and Dolores Pearson went to Calgary on Wednesday for Cavalia, a spectacular performance involving over 50 horses.

A farewell for the Grade 9 class of the Byemoor School was held on Friday evening. Off to high school next year are Leslie Campbell-Gallagher, Alex Keith and Dakota Newsome. Good luck in high school girls.

We are pleased to report that Russ Kobi is home from the hospital in Red Deer and will continue his recovery from home. Glad you are finally home Russ.

Ken and Eleanor Schultz report a balloon from the 2010 Great Endiang Balloon Race was located by Art Standing on his farm in the Garden Plain district on June 11. The balloon had been launched by Heather Tucker on July 19, 2010 and was the first one reported found.

Congratulations to Dara Green and Cody Hallett on their recent engagement.

Some folks from our community participated in the Relay for Life in Stettler on the weekend and despite the rain it was a resounding success. Congratulations to the team of Theresa Christie on winning the Team Spirit award. Their theme was Hunting For The Cure as they celebrated Bruce Woelk’s winning battle with cancer.

The Sullivan Lake West Ag. Society honoured their past and present volunteers with a barbecue at the arena in Byemoor on June 21 in appreciation of their dedicated assistance.

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