A note to the patrons of Ruthie’s Roost, there is a change of business hours. The café in Endiang will be closed on Mondays and also from 2-4 p.m. every day until further notice. Maryann McLearn is in charge of the café while her mother Verla Buchwitz is away. We will keep you posted when regular hours resume.
We extend congratulations to Kelly and Bobbi Buchwitz on the arrival of their third son Charles David on Sept. 16. Charlie weighed eight pounds 11 ounces and is a little brother for Sullivan and Ben. Congratulations also to the grandparents Dave and Luann Buchwitz and Doug Carmichael and Jane and great-grandparents Nat Buchwitz and Lou Lohrmann.
Eugene and Gloria Rabb enjoyed a week of mountain holidays in the Banff and Nordegg areas.
Maureen Wasdal, along with her daughter Mandy Wasdal of Red Deer, was in Vancouver for a Nucerity International conference. With the return of favourable harvest weather farmers are busy working long hours harvesting the grain and canola crops. Hopefully, the weather will last until everyone gets finished.
A former Endiang resident, Gordon Walker, (some will remember when he was known by the nickname Tick when he lived here) stopped by the café in Endiang on his way home to Bowden. He was able to renew acquaintances and visit with several folks.
There have been several changes in our community with some folks deciding to give town-life a try. Rod and Lynnette Schellenberg have purchased a home in Stettler and plan to move soon. We wish them all the best in their new location. Joe and Beth Knowles have also purchased a home in Stettler and are getting settled in there. We hope they like their new surroundings. Irene Brooker and Marty Brooker and Terri Simpson are in the process of moving to Hanna where Marty and Terri have obtained employment.
The community will miss you all; we hope you return often for visits. Endmoor’s loss is definitely Stettler and Hanna’s gain.