Water meeting well attended

We did not receive the complete results of the Byemoor slo-pitch tournament before press time last week, so are including them this week:

A Event

l. Scrambled Eggs

2. Super Swamper Vampires

3. Wacky Wasdals

4. Almost Heroes

B Event

1. Half Sox

2. Coleman’s Captains

3. Relatively Good

4. Hand Hills Broncs

C Event

1. Sweaty Mitts

2. Dickson Cider

3. The Other Team

4. Golden Eagles

D Event

1. The Lamplighters

2. Too Fat To Fish

3. Turf Divers

4. Ball Chasers

Despite all the rain the slo-pitch tournament and fair were very successful. Hats off to all the organizers and volunteers for a job well done. Thanks, too, to all the participants and those who supported it in any way.

Clifford and Lynda Wilkie and Donnie and Blanche Johnson returned on Tuesday from a holiday to points of interest in southern Alberta and Kananaskis.

The public information meeting at the Byemoor Hall on Tuesday evening regarding a rural water service for the Endiang-Byemoor area was well attended. County of Stettler officials and the engineers were on hand to answer questions.

The ownership of Byemoor Auto Service has changed hands and it’s now closed for inventory and renovations until Sept. 8.

Get well wishes go out to Tammy (nee Smith) Burns who received a badly broken leg in a horse mishap last week. Bill and Linda Smith were looking after their grandchildren Denton and Macey while Tammy was in the Red Deer hospital.

Sullivan Buchwitz celebrated his second birthday with a family gathering at the Idle Ranch Campground which Dave and Luann Buchwitz own near Pigeon Lake.

Kent Kobi and Tamlin Reed have returned home to Sydney, Australia after their visit with Kent’s parents Russ and Linda Kobi, other family members and friends.

Congratulations to Stan and Linda (nee Smith) Connors of Brooks on the safe arrival of their second granddaughter Lillie Elizabeth on Aug. 18. Proud parents are Jason and Monique Connors. Lillie is also welcomed by big sister Ember.

Visitors on Thursday with Jim and Maureen Wasdal were Maureen’s sister Wilma and Reuben Paetkau and their children Janeen and Brad of Gem.

Sympathy is extended to the Duncan and Creasey families on the passing of Celia (Sis) Creasey on Aug. 15 in Stettler at the age of 91 years. Sis was one of 12 children born to Harry and Celia Duncan, early pioneers of the Leader district in the Endiang-Halkirk area.

Recent visitors with Gary and Delores Pearson were their niece and her husband Sheila (nee Smyth) and Stan Runions of Rivers, Manitoba. Sheila is the daughter of Gary’s sister Barbara.

Weekend visitors with Jack and Vi Grams were their niece and her husband Artara and Zachari Hadjirousev and their daughters Atazia and Zandrea and cousin Jesse Hagman all of Cochrane. Artara is the daughter of Heather and the late Art Grams.

Lois Ballinger has donated two lovely park benches for the park area around the Endiang cairn. Thank you to Lois for her generosity.

Anyone who purchased community calendars from the school parent council, they are now ready for pick-up at the Byemoor Store.

Bruce and Kate Woelk were weekend visitors with Kate’s brother Glen Oulette at Tilley.

Birthday greetings go out to: Aug. 30 – Donnie Johnson, Aug. 31 – Miles Buchwitz and Elsie Walker, Sept. 3 – Julie (nee Collins) Jones, Sept. 4 – Rocky Schilling.

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