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Pangman residents have visitors over Christmas

Pangman (cpd) - Glenda and Ken Fulton from Lumsden spent Dec. 24 visiting with Glenda's aunt, Mary Morrow, and her cousin Debbie Kessler.

Pangman (cpd) - Glenda and Ken Fulton from Lumsden spent Dec. 24 visiting with Glenda's aunt, Mary Morrow, and her cousin Debbie Kessler.

Matthew Kessler, from Saskatoon, was home visiting his parents Debbie and Boyd Kessler over the Christmas holidays.

Christmas Day visitors with Debbie and Boyd Kessler were Debbie's sister Cathy and Glen Outram and Debbie's niece Laurie Outram from Biggar as well as her nephew Eric Outram and his girlfriend Stacey from Medicine Hat.

Ada Murray and Alfred Redenberg of Pangman spent Christmas Eve visiting Alfred's son Brian and Sharon Redenberg in Weyburn.

Carol and Ron Kisner from Calgary spent Boxing Day with Carol's sister Debbie and Boyd Kessler and family.

Visiting with Lorne Schwindt over the Christmas holidays were Bernie and Todd Schwindt from Breton, Alberta and Kelly and Janice Schwindt from Esterhazy.

Visiting with Jeanie Johnston at the Deep South Personal Care Home on Dec. 29 was her daughters Heather Gurskey and Norma Johnston from Ogema and Shirley Prohar from Avonlea; Jeanie's grandson Derek and Jody Prohar and their children Owen and Emily from St. Albert, Alta., and Jeanie's other grandson Kohler Gurskey from Weyburn.

Word was received on Dec. 23 of the passing of John "Jack" Nathan Evans, age 90 of Bengough. Jack was a resident at the Sunny View Place for years. He passed away at the Radville Hospital. The funeral was held at the Knox United Church on Dec. 28 with Rev. Ella Frank officiating. A private family interment was held at the Bengough Cemetery. Tom Kessler attended the funeral service.

The Pangman SRC received some money from the students' families, and with the money Sabrina Quigley, a teacher from the Pangman School, and Ocean Larson, Brittany Colbow, Samantha Beres and Christy Jesse went to Regina on Dec. 21 to present a needy family with a Christmas hamper and gifts.

Six residents of the Sunny View Place played their five-pin bowling tournament on Dec. 29. First place for the ladies went to Norma Morrow with a score of 192 and Alfred Rederburg placed first for the men with a score of 210 points.

Agnus Gee returned to the Sunny View Place on Dec. 30 after spending Christmas with her family in Regina.

There are still a few Pangman-Khedive-Parry community calendars to be picked up at the Pangman Radius Credit Union.

The Pangman school will reopen its door for the new year on Friday, Jan. 7.

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