MAYFAIR — Keyra Buziak, granddaughter to Russell and Lorna Buziak, has won the outstanding offensive player award this past winter. She played on the Saskatoon Stars AAA female hockey team.
Being married for 50 years is a big achievement. Linda and Marvin Price's family of Meeting Lake are inviting friends and family members for a come and go tea Sunday, May 22 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Meeting Lake Regional Park hall. Linda's sister, Kathleen and Ernie Wurst who farm north east of Rabbit Lake, also celebrated 50 years of wedded bliss three weeks ago.
The road bans that were put into effect in March have now been lifted. The ground has dried up considerably so the heavy semis and other large vehicles will be in full force again. Mind you, with the last year's drought, farmers have less grain to haul to the elevators and terminals. This applies to the RMs of Meeting Lake and Round Hill where we own land.
Maymont Central School gymnasium had great attendance Thursday, May 12 as the 11 student actresses and actors in the drama club showcased their talent. They presented "Not-So-Grimm Tales" by Kevin Bean. A mother notices her daughter has picked up some undesirable lessons from the fairy tale books. She sits her daughter down and reads a more modern empowering twist on the stories Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White and Cinderella.
The students gave an excellent performance and didn't miss any lines. Students performing on stage were Adley Domak, Brooklyn Large, Sarah Welford, Olivia Dzialo, Lindsey Pain, Carey Bunko, Hayden McKenna, Keri Sevick, Carter McIntosh, Mya Shipman and Madison Welford. Some students played three roles. Overseeing the drama club is teacher Jeanae Jackson assisted by Devan Seltenrich and Wanda Hillary, also staff members.
There is a community yard sale Saturday, May 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Maymont. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be available at Maymont Hall.
Church service at Maymont Sharon United Church is every second Sunday at 11 a.m. The next ones scheduled are May 29 with Gayle Wensley presiding followed by their annual general meeting at noon. Shawn Sanford Beck presides June 5 and the last service until September is June 19 with Joyce Salie.
A former farm resident who has resided in Hafford for a number of years, Genieuve Russell, celebrated her 89th birthday the end of March. Her children took her to a popular restaurant in Saskatoon to celebrate. Daughter Joanne (Brian) Lueken were unable to attend as they were holidaying in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Thickwood Hills Wildlife Federation 2021 winners of the different categories are:
Fish: Johnathon Moore - junior walleye, 5 lbs. 5 oz; Justin Moore - junior pike 9 lbs 6 oz, Gordon Moore - 14 lbs. 3 oz; Glen Rafuse - rainbow trout 3 lbs. 6 oz;
Game: Kianna Pollard - junior moose 102 6/8; Mikayla Pollard - women's moose 156 6/8; George Kotelko - men's moose 132 2/8; Brandon Lesko - elk. 315 7/8; Danny Kyliuk - elk 350 3/8; Ashley Zyznomirski - women's mule deer 179 4/8; Chris Gerstenhofer -mule deer 145 2/8; Dwayne Jungswirth - mule deer 157 7/8; Nelda Swistun women's white-tailed deer 148 0/8; Dalton Gerstenhofer - junior white-tailed deer 162 2/8; Scott Lange - white-tailed deer 170 1/8; Josh Rafuse - white-tailed deer 201 4/8; Shonna Dekuysscher - women's black bear 20 10/16; Martin Toews - black bear 20 15/16.
The wind got rid of the ice quickly, so a group from Thickwood Hills Wildlife Federation released thousands of fingerlings into a nearby lake in the Dominion area May 8. Only individuals who are registered club members have the privilege to fish on this lake on private property.