BORDEN — Winning the Borden Lions Chase the Ace in week 3 was Justin Bisson of Borden, who pocketed $91 for the weekly draw. The ace of spades was not picked, so the jackpot keeps growing. The draw is made every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Roadside Inn and you can do an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org at $5 a ticket.
More than 70 members of the Borden and Radisson seniors’ clubs travelled to Langham on March 11, where the Langham Seniors’ Club hosted t supper and entertainment, with, more than 150 in attendance. The 50/50 of $255 was won by Peter Thiessen of Borden and door prizes went to Laura Loeppky (Borden Club) of Saskatoon and Barb Clancy of Langham.
The tables were decorated with teapots, doilies and other items. Clues were read about the table decorations to determine which table went up to eat. Lynda Gossen read some poems or stories about teapots during the program.
The entertainment was Salt Water Joy Band from Saskatoon and Cudworth – Ken Downie (Nova Scotia) on guitar, Donna Lepitzki playing fiddle and button accordion, her husband Ray Lepitzki played guitar and mandolin and Kenneth Megycsi on bass guitar.
Borden and Radisson thanked Langham for the great meal and wonderful entertainment. (photo)
Borden Community Centre Preservation Committee is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day luncheon Friday, March 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. serving soup, stew, bread and desserts, by donation. Celtic Country will be entertaining. The funds are to buy new flooring for the community centre.
Saturday, March 18, the Borden Lions are hosting the district governor for supper and entertainment along with inducting the new members into the club. On Sunday, the Borden Farmers’ Market is holding its annual meeting in the Borden Friendship Club Room at 2 p.m.