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Street Dance was a great evening
Wawota Weekly News

WAWOTA - Congratulations to Ryan and Heather Mowbray of Regina on the birth of their third son.  He was born on August 25th and weighed 8lbs 14oz. Link Milo-Marten Mowbray is a brother for Bowie and Lemmy. He is also a grandson to Ron(Christina) Mowbray and Mandy Mowbray all of Estevan and Alvin and Barb Bishop, Saskatoon and a great-grandson for Nola Mowbray of Wawota.( Also the late Bud Mowbray and Arnold and Beatrice Kachuik).

Word has been received of the passing of Joyce Cudmore of Regina. She passed away on August 12th at the age of 90 years. She was the wife of the late Ron Cudmore.

Shirley Corkish attended a 25th wedding anniversary barbecue in honor of Rick and Michelle Corkish. Family and friends gathered at the home of Terry and Susan Lolacher in Regina on August 28th for the celebration.

Wawota was a busy place last weekend. Friday night there was a street dance held by the hotel. Free brisket on a bun and music by Ragged Edge were enjoyed. John Gray, a former Wawota resident was part of the band. The next day there was a slow pitch tournament held at the Ball Park. On Sunday the Ken and Kevin Wilsons held their Ole Tyme Threshing Bee. This is always a crowd pleaser, for us who lived those days and for the younger people can learn from it.

Visiting with Brandon, Julia and Jack Harper was his mother, Shirley Harper from Nova Scotia.

Last Friday evening Edna Benner had family visit. Those attending were Ron and Patsy Giroux from Saskatoon, Glen and Kay Oakes from Winnipeg, Terri Tomlinson and David and Shirley Brimner.

This year is the 125th anniversary of Labour Day being recognized as a statutory holiday in Canada. Thank God every morning when you get up that you have something to do that day which must be done. Whether you like it or not being forced to work and forced to do your best will breed in you temperance, self-control and diligence, strength of will, cheerfulness content and hundred virtues which an idle man will never know!