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Seniors share crafts and collections

Seniors share crafts and collections

There were 32 out for the Borden Friendship Club's October potluck supper and birthdays, Oct. 26. Blowing out the candles on the cake baked by Lorraine Olinyk was Peter Thiessen, the sole October birthday guy.
Health centre sparkles for festival of trees

Health centre sparkles for festival of trees

Santa's red and purple elves were back at it again this week in Maidstone. The Royal Eccentric Dynamic Hatters added a lot of glimmer and glitz to the atrium of the Maidstone Health Complex in preparation for their Festival of Trees later this month.

Class of '64 reunited

People always ask, "So what is new in Rabbit Lake?" Well there is always something happening in and around the village if you take the time to look for it. Earlier in the month some of the class of '64 had a reunion in North Battleford.
Quiet Halloween enjoyed by spooks and goblins

Quiet Halloween enjoyed by spooks and goblins

Halloween was quiet in our community. The weather was favourable so most kids took to the streets after school in this annual tradition.
Library week celebrations at local branch

Library week celebrations at local branch

An open house held Oct. 24 during Saskatchewan Library week at the Speers Library was well attended. Door prizes were won by Kathleen Kivol and Marion Wohlberg for adults.

Civil tone of election appreciated

As usual, as we get close to election time, politics becomes one of the more common topics of discussion.
Soccer teams undefeated in Thunderchild tourney

Soccer teams undefeated in Thunderchild tourney

I have been seriously thinking about no longer writing for the Edam area, however, I have been complimented on the stories I have submitted and I'm sure there are people who would be disappointed if I should throw in the towel.
Quilts reflect Western Canadian experience

Quilts reflect Western Canadian experience

The latest exhibition in the Window Salon of the Chapel Gallery is not to be missed. Canadian Content, an art quilt exhibition, showcases pieces that use fibre for visual interpretations of the Western Canadian experience.

Rink repairs continue in anticipation of colder weather

Monday, Halloween, we were looking forward to visits from the local children some of whom we see only at Halloween.
Scaring up donations for SADD

Scaring up donations for SADD

When it comes to being scary, Guy Turcotte and his family are experts. For nine years the Turcottes have been frightening their fellow citizens for good causes with Halloween displays, and have donated more than $15,000 to charity.