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Wawota weekly news: curling team heads to provincials

By-election held in the community
Wawota High School curling
The Wawota Parkland School senior girls’ curling team won the regional high school playdowns in Estevan on the weekend.

WAWOTA - Congratulations to the senior girls curling team, who went undefeated in winning the A-side in the recent regional playdowns in Estevan. They qualified for the provincials in Fox Valley. Members of the team are Sydney and Jordan Dorrance, Emma Bunz, Kaylee Mudrewich and Aviv Brehaut. Coaches are Duane Lamontagne and Taylene Bourgon.

Last Wednesday Wawota held a byelection for an alderman.  Candidates were Jordan Black, Marley Hamilton, Corbin Klein and Gwen Robertson. Hamilton won with 63 votes, Black had 35, Klein received 33 and Robertson 10. There were two spoiled ballots. Thank you to those who showed interest in our community and ran for this position.

David and Nicki Ford and Glen and Deb Sorenson spent the month of February in Kauai. They enjoyed 27 days of straight sunshine.

Rochelle Friesen and Zoey and Scott and Jaime Finlay and Jordi joined them.

Word has been received of the passing of Fred White in B.C. He was 78 years old and the son of the late Tom and Aleita White and a brother to Vivian and Jean.

Happy birthday to Jack Aulie, who celebrated his 91st birthday on Feb. 28. Jack is a resident of Deer View Lodge and has been enjoying the daily visits of the deer outside his window.

Betty Wyatt, Gordon and Marie Clements and members of the Wade and Leanne Porter family, Trevor and Cheryl Branvold family and Mark and Holly Clements family enjoyed a week-long holiday in Mexico.

Keith and Myrna Olson attended a 90th birthday party on March 6 at Kenosee Lake. This was a celebration for long-time friend Bruce McCarthy.


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