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Wawota news - going for a provincial title

Happenings from the southeast Sask. town
Town of Wawota
Town of Wawota

WAWOTA - Walker Porter and John Jamieson, who played hockey with the Kipling Royals this past season, travelled to Eston last weekend to participate in the provincial finals. Although they didn't emerge as provincial champs, they are south Saskatchewan champs. 

Congratulations to Alison Bowey and Blaine Lamontagne of Saskatoon on the birth of their daughter on March 11. She weighed eight pounds, three ounces, and has been named Zenaya Ida. 

Zenaya is a granddaughter for Melanie Brimner and Christian Cop, Barry Lamontagne, Jill Bowey and Ken Mannie. She is also a great-granddaughter for David and Shirley Brimner and Lloyd Robinson.  

Randy and Kerry Smulan have returned home after their annual winter holiday in Mexico. 

Sympathy to Dennis and Sarah Weatherald and family on the passing of Sarah's grandmother. Melita Maher of Ottawa. She passed away on March 18 at the age of 99 years. She and her late husband John raised 10 children and have 26 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. 

Kent and Kim Brown spent several days on a holiday to Horseshoe Bay Lake near Austin, Tex. 

Wawota would like to welcome Victor and Kelsey Silva and their family, Alina, age 10, Fabian, 7, Giovanni, 3, and Belen, 1, to our community. They have moved here from Mexico and Kelsey is Cher Badger's daughter.  

Alina and Fabian enjoyed their first day of school last Friday. They are happy to be here and we hope they enjoy being here as much as we will enjoy getting to know them. 


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