WAWOTA - A memorial service was held July 18 for Ruth Dennis. She passed away on June 10 at the age of 95 years. This service was at the United Church.
Kevin and Bev Kay travelled to Ontario recently to visit with family members. Kevin's mother is still recovering from stroke-like issues. The Kays six grandchildren are doing well.
Born to Jordan and Ellen Fox, a daughter on July 19. She weighed seven pounds, six ounces, and has been named Charlie Lyla Mary. She is a sister for Brinley, a granddaughter for Wade and Teresa Fox and Ed and Shannon Revet of Carnduff, and a great-granddaughter for Rita Revet of Redvers.
Congratulations to Rheanna Jensen-Gunter and Jordan Black, who were married on July 23. This ceremony took place at Sandy Beach, Man. Several family members and friends from Wawota attended this event.
Seventy-plus descendants of Ed and Maggie Christopher gathered at the Four Seasons Drop Inn at Kenosee Lake for a family reunion on July 16.
Congratulations to Tamara Buckingham and Justin Olson, who were married at the Chalet at Kenosee Lake on July 16. Members of the Olson family who attended the wedding were Cindy Olson, Emma and Morgan Buhr, and Matt Brander all of St. Albert, Alta.; Kale Broad, Stacey Heffernan , Kate and Sarah , Kenton and Stacey Olson, Carter and Emmett, all of Regina; Brittany Schnell from Nanaimo, B.C., Craig and Mikey Olson from Bethesda, Md; Callie Buckingham of Saskatoon; Jake and Carey Lamoureaux, Jack and Will and Keith and Myrna Olson.
Missing family members included Riley Schnell of Nanaimo, Dan Dietz of St. Albert and Nicole Olson of Bethesda, Md., none of whom could get time off.
Myrna Jewell from Langbank, who was the librarian at the Wawota Public Library, resigned last month. Sarah Weatherald has been hired as the new librarian.
Twenty-seven children attended the kids’ event last Tuesday. The program started with a riddle, “What is it that when you lose it, you can't recover it?” The answer is time! Time, measurements of time and time zones were discussed. The craft was making a sun dial. Lunch was a choice of cookies and a drink.