WAWOTA - Happy anniversary to the Wheels and Saddle Club who are celebrating their 40th year.
In 1982, a group of horse enthusiasts joined together to form the club, which held clinics, training sessions, film nights and numerous other events to increase their knowledge and interest in driving horses. Membership covered a large area with average yearly membership of 30. Besides promoting driving and riding skills it has, over the years, promoted good fellowship.
Happy 95th birthday to Irene Husband for Sept. 4. Irene is a resident of the Maryfield Villa.
Rianne Watson (Wight) will be an assistant coach for the Weyburn Richardson Pioneer AAA Gold Wings organization this upcoming season. She is a Gold Wing alum.
The Parkland School year started with a welcome back barbeque on Aug. 30. This is an opportunity to meet the staff and for students to re connect with their fellow classmates.
Welcome to Allen Boreham and Jessie Diedold, who have purchased the house at 104 Lonsdale. This house has been owned by someone connected to the Cliff Olson family since 1938. The Jack Donahues, the Cliff Olsons and the Jake Lamoureauxs have all been owners. Allen and Jessie are from Edmonton.
Kevin and Bev Kay spent 10 days visiting with family and friends out west. They left Wawota on Aug. 12 and they travelled to Eastern Washington, Idaho, the interior of B.C to the Alberta mountains and on to Calgary before returning home on Aug. 22.
The Olson family is mourning the loss of Conrad Shatford Olson of Regina. He passed away on Sept. 4, just five weeks short of his 84th birthday. He was a son to Cliff and Irma Olson and a brother to Joan, Carl, Freda (his twin) and Keith. He leaves his wife Bernice and family of Lindsay (Lorraine) and Lana (Keith Hershmiller) and their families.
Congratulations to Kelsey Wyatt and Dylan Mills, who were married at an intimate wedding ceremony on Sept. 2. They were lucky enough to be wed in the beautiful backyard of Darcy and Tania Easton.
Sept. 10 was the date of the seventh annual Old Tyme Threshing Day at the Ken Wilson farm. There was a good crowd in attendance, plus visiting and reminiscing about years past and stories of harvesting in the past. The United Church RTR served lunch.
Shirley Palendat entertained a group of friends on Sept. 9. Close friends of Betty Drumm gathered there to bid her farewell as she will soon move to Saskatoon.
Jordan and Analyn Trinidad and their family – Jordan's mother Josefina and brother John, and his daughter Jilhan – travelled to Edmonton over the long weekend. While touring and visiting family, Dana celebrated her 12th birthday and Jilhan celebrated her 16th birthday.
Garry Dickson has returned home after 2 1/2 weeks visiting with family members in Ontario. His niece Glennda and her husband Bill McKinnon drove him home. While he was gone, Shirley Corkish ably handled The News in 5 paper and Keith had a break from playing their music.