April 11: Theresa Kennedy enjoyed Easter Sunday supper with daughter Jackie and Kim Gerbig with all their family.
Colleen Koski accompanied Val Morris to North Battleford when Val took her mom, Jeannine Schempp, for a medical appointment.
Thursday, Dorothy Kissick was to Lloydminster to supper with the family to celebrate the departure for Mexico of her grandson Quintin and Chantell where they were married April 11. Congratulations, Quintin and Chantell.
Friday, Dorothy was to Sonny’s with the Craig Kissick family for supper.
Saturday, Dorothy had her daughter Vicki and two children visit for the day.
Easter Sunday, Dorothy was to Craig Kissick’s for supper. Dorothy had a busy weekend.
Marilyn Stewart and two of her sons took dinner and visited with her husband Arnie at the lodge.
Eva Inkster was to Paynton Sunday and had supper with Sandi and Terry Gregson and family. She enjoyed watching the great-grandchildren hunting for Easter eggs.
Glen Inkster of Irma, Alta. was to visit his mom and took her to Lloydminster for dinner.
Sunday, Jean Stewart enjoyed supper with Bill and Marion Stoughton and family.
Shirley and Bruce James had the grandmas, Gertie James and Tillie Linkert, as supper guests Sunday.
Friday I was happy to have my daughter Jean and Tom Leboe and granddaughter Murdine stop for lunch on their way to Saskatoon to help Mary MacEachern celebrate her 90th birthday. Saturday, Duncan MacEachern picked me up and we also attended the birthday celebration. We picked up my daughter Hazel and took her also. Hazel and I stayed the night in Saskatoon with Tom and Jean and Duncan came home. Sunday we drove home via Biggar, Wilkie and Cut Knife and there is absolutely no snow. The Leboes left for home going as far as Edmonton Sunday night. It was a most enjoyable weekend. I was sorry that Pam and Ken MacEachern couldn’t be here as Ken is now working in Fort McMurray, Alta.
We extend our sympathy to the Herzog family on the passing of Ed Herzog.
The robins are back singing every morning at 5 a.m. They are busy nesting in the tree beside the apartment.