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Baljennie News: Battleford West Place residents enjoy sharing coffee time
Oil Can Charlie’s 9
Residents of Battleford West Place have watched the construction of a new neighbour over the past few months.

BALJENNIE ‑‑ The Western Development Museum in North Battleford welcomed many visitors to their Christmas lights drive through the village. Positive comments were received. Cold weather caused closure for a few days, so the season was extended beyond the closing date of Jan. 9. Staff offer thanks to sponsors and visitors. Proceeds support maintenance at the museum.

Only two volunteers have been able to go into the museum because of COVID. Hopefully they will be able to open up to more volunteers soon. The gift shop remains open and it carries a good variety of interesting items. The museum will be closed Mondays until April, when they will begin spring hours.

Out our window we have watched the development of Oil Can Charlie's in our neighbourhood. It was completed shortly after the new year and doors are now open to the public.

Cold weather or not, residents of Battleford West Place have kept up their early morning coffee row. It is a great time for all the residents to be together and converse on all kinds of subjects. Most times there is a jigsaw puzzle on the go and anyone who feels like it can take a turn at fitting in a few pieces.


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