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Maidstone and District News: 40th Senior Mega Volley hosted at MHS

Pink Games raise money for cancer research.
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Maidstone High School volleyball teams hosted Mega Volley Sept. 22 to 24. Local teams participating were: top left - senior girls; top right - senior boys’ A team; bottom left - JV girls’ team (junior varsity girls playing senior teams); bottom right - senior boys’ B team.

MAIDSTONE — Congratulations to Jada (Schonhofer) and Josh Lenko who were married in their yard on Sunday, Sept. 25. The happy couple are living in Loon Lake.

Waseca Recreation Board would like to acknowledge a generous donation from the late Mutt Hinde. They are currently seeking a variety of avenues in which to honour this donation in Mutt’s name for generations to come.

Maidstone High School hosted its 40th annual Senior Mega Volley Sept. 22 to 24. Congratulations to Senior A boys and senior girls on winning silver in the consolation side. On Thursday and Friday eight teams took part in Pink Games 2022. Players were all dressed in pink as well as volunteers who collected donations in the stands. A silent auction and raffle were also held. All proceeds go to cancer research.

According to the hosts, nearly 50 teams took part in the tournament.

On the boys’ side, La Loche won the championship bracket over Makwa Sahgaiehcan and Holy Rosary won the consolation bracket over the hometown Maidstone Huskies.

On the girls’ side, Martensville won the championship bracket over Edam, and Ernie Studer won the consolation bracket over the hometown Maidstone Huskies.

The school community council AGM is Monday, Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. in Maidstone High School library. SCC is looking for parents and community members to join. Come out and see what it’s all about.

Bowling leagues begin Oct. 4 with ladies’ play on Tuesday/ Wednesday, and business league on Wednesday evenings. Call or come into the alley to register. YBC bowling is Tuesday/Wednesday after school. Current statistics: bantam boys - 111 single and 283 triple for Parker, girls - 92 single and 174 double for Anna; junior boys - 168 single and 433 triple for Noah; senior boys - 223 single and 578 triple for Jaxsen.

Waseca Community Centre will be holding pie bingos on Sundays, Oct. 2 and 16, Nov. 13 and 20 at 1 p.m. at the centre. There will be 24 games plus a blackout.

Maidstone Trade Fair Committee’s Christmas market is Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Legion Hall with a $2 entry fee. Lunch booth is by Maidstone Quilting Squares. Anyone wishing to book a table ($25), please contact Kaitlynn 306-893-8290.


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