Sincere sympathy is extended to the Lemieux family on the passing of their Uncle Edgar Manz of Regina on Sept. 30. Edgar is survived by his wife Aimee (Wilcott), children Ingrid (Stacy) Barr, Ruben (Katherine Cheah) and four grandchildren, as well as numerous nephews and nieces. A funeral service was held October 6 at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Regina with interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Attending the funeral from Alida were Jaye and Teresa Lemieux.
The Alida community extends sincere sympathy to Linda and Don Akins on the death of her mother Seraphine Rogg of Redvers on Oct. 7 at the age of 93 years at the Moosomin Hospital. She is survived by her daughter Linda (Don), son Paul (Elaine), five grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Funeral mass was held Oct. 13 at Redvers Roman Catholic Church with interment at Redvers Town Cemetery.
Visiting with Gary and Brenda Junk over the Thanksgiving long weekend were Kara Junk and her daughter Morgan of Sylvan Lake, Alta. They also visited with Jason, April Junk and family.
Jeff Cowan visited with his parents Gray and Edel, brother, Tim, Shelly and Ainsley and also spent some time with Grant and Jenny on Oct. 9 and 10. Jeff enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner with his parents before heading to Alameda to spend time visiting the Markoski family.
Thanksgiving supper on Oct. 10 was enjoyed by Kelsey Rydberg, Lacie Nilsen (both of Estevan), Gray and Edel Cowan at the home of Tim, Shelly and Ainsley Cowan.
The Alida Haunted House is now all set to go – everything is in place and all ghosts, witches, ghouls, insects etc. have all arrived and taken up residence at the rink. The Murder Mystery Room is just about set to go as well. Hope you’ll all remember to come and pay us a visit, if you dare. But also please remember that one must show proof of being fully vaccinated, and of course wear a mask to be able to attend. All of our spooks have been vaccinated and are wearing a mask as well. The Haunted House is much bigger and scarier than ever before. There are approximately 20 rooms and tunnels to explore which consists of a spider-room, a snake room, a bat room, a kitchen, a torcher-room, a child’s/doll’s room with a live dancing doll, a clown room, a haunted theater, a morgue, a jail, a haunted schoolroom, a wedding chapel, a haunted forest and a cemetery, among others. You’ll just have to come and check it all out.
Alida’s take-out fall supper, which is happening on Nov. 7 from Alida Hall. Pre-order and pre-pay for supper by Nov. 1.