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Potluck hosts birthday honourees

Catch the 10 Whist was played Oct. 17 at Maidstone Drop In Centre with lunch provided by Hettie Richardson, assisted by Jean Stewart. High score went to Lil McMillan and low to Jean Hartman. Bingo was played Oct.

Residents enjoy Thanksgiving festivities

Hello again. It's been a little cooler this last few days, but we've been so lucky so far this fall, no snow and the sun seems to always peek through. Can we be so lucky in November? We'll have to just wait and see.
Explore the many aspects of being human

Explore the many aspects of being human

Take some time for yourself this week and enjoy the current exhibition at the Chapel Gallery. "Only Human" is a collection of works by Saskatoon artist, Iris Hauser.
Long weekend for students, but not the teachers

Long weekend for students, but not the teachers

On what seemed like a long weekend for everyone else at John Paul II, the teachers were actually at the school! Over the course of two days, the teachers learned about the new PowerSchool program, as well as attended a faith in-service.

NBCHS haunted house latest benefits charity

Students from the Comp in Action Club from North Battleford Comprehensive High School put on their scary faces as they created a Haunted House at the Western Development Museum, Oct. 29.

Northwest students place second in provincial cooking competition

Five Grade 10 students from H. Hardcastle School in Edam placed second in a provincial cooking competition Oct. 22 weekend.

Students pass, punt and kick in Battleford

Several students from Grades 5 to 8 attended the Punt, Pass, Kick competition at St. Vital School in Battleford, Oct. 15. The purpose of this competition is to promote minor football in Saskatchewan.
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.