Youthful talent on display at Byemoor spring recital

The Byemoor hall was filled last Tuesday for the Byemoor Dance School’s spring recital.

The Byemoor hall was filled last Tuesday for the Byemoor Dance School’s spring recital. The program, featuring 27 numbers, included six piano selections to complement the dance routines.

It’s wonderful to see so many talented young people in the community. Hats go off to dance instructor Krissy Jack, on a job well done.

Krissy’s mother, Patsy Gallagher from Tulliby Lake, was down to help out and watch her granddaughters perform.

Congratulations to first-time parents Jesse and Brittiany Hebert on the birth of their son, Duncan John, on May 6. Duncan was born at the Drumheller hospital and weighed eight pounds and five ounces.

Congratulations are also in order for the grandparents, Pat and Sandra Keith, Jim and June Maxwell and Rick Hebert and to the great-grandparents Mike Keith and Bill Baird.

Visiting our community are Dorothy Jack, Rod Jack’s mother, and Linda Jack, Rod’s sister, and Lindsay Jones’ mother, from Truro, N.S.

They were able to take in the dance recital in Byemoor, where their granddaughters performed. As well, Dorothy attended Grandma’s Day at the school, and they both were able to help Charleen Jones celebrate her third birthday.

The Endiang Community Society will work at the casino in Red Deer on July 28 and 29. The group is looking for helpers. Anyone willing to work a shift to help out the community hall is asked to call Leanne Sorensen at 403-579-2288 as soon as possible.

Maureen Wasdal attended a reunion of the staff of Alberta Agriculture’s brand office when it was in Stettler from 1975 to 1998. Former resident Betty Keibel also attended the celebration last Saturday at the Ramada Hotel conference room in Stettler.

Sympathy is extended to the Erion and Buchwitz families on the passing of the former Florence Erion in Ontario at the age of 63 years, after a battle with cancer.

Florence was the youngest sister of Alvina Buchwitz and Leo Erion. Our thoughts are with the family in their loss.

Mickey Tucker and her cousin, Velma Gore, along with Bob and Eileen Green of Stettler, enjoyed a bus tour to Regina and a casino visit. While in Regina, Mickey was able to reunite with a former school chum from her school days in Dewinton.

Albert Baes has sold his farm and has a farm auction sale planned for June 21 at his farm eight miles southeast of Endiang.

Theresa Christie, Janelle Hassett and Lorene Stulberg attended the Hutterite teaching staff convention in Lethbridge for the latter part of last week.

The annual Scapa Strawberry Tea is planned for June 3 at 2 p.m. at the Scapa hall. All are welcome. A pianist will provide part of the entertainment.

Keep in mind the 4-H Drama Club presentation of “Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch” on June 6 at the Byemoor hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the curtain rises at 7 p.m. Admission fee is a food-bank donation. Be sure to come out and support these budding young actors.

Thought for the day — The easiest way to find something lost around the house is to buy a replacement.

 — Endiang Enterprise