Borden / Radisson News

At the last Kaiser tournament held by the Borden Friendship Club on Jan. 15, winning was Barb Leschyshyn of Radisson and tying for second were Ed Rawlyk and Melvin Wasylyshin of Borden. Winners of cash at the Friendship Club Bingo on Jan. 16 were Megg Johnston and her daughter Myla, Debbie Matte, Ilene Youchezin, Marcelle Derosier, Tom Hrenkiw, Lorraine Olinyk and Arnold Meister, all from Borden, and Joyce Olzewski (2x) from Langham. It was a very cold night but over 20 came out to play along with the four workers and the club sells goodies and beverages at the midway break. Next Kaiser tournaments are Feb. 12 and 26 and the next bingo will be Feb. 20, all at the Club Room at 7 pm. The Friendship Club is also holding their annual Telemiracle Tea on Friday, Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. along with a bake sale, 50/50 and door prizes. Close to 35 members are travelling to Langham on Jan. 26 for supper and a program, courtesy of the Langham Seniors Club.

There are still tickets available for the Lions Dinner Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 9 at 5 p.m. in the Borden Community Centre, with the Battleford Players presenting “Love Letters.” Call Sandi Long at 306-997-2211 or Bev Assman at 306-997-20167.

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The Radisson Seniors Club hold a pancake breakfast the last Saturday of each month at the Goodrich Centre from 9 to 11 a.m., with pancakes, sausages and beverages for $5.

The Radisson seniors breakfast will be Jan. 26.

Savannah Sutherland of Borden competed in the University of Saskatchewan Sled Dog Track and Field recently and she got gold in the 60 M hurdles and in the 300 M race, second in the 60 M Dash and in her age group and first in the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relay . This upcoming weekend she is competing in the Knights of Columbus Indoor Track and Field Championships along with playing in a volleyball tournament in Saskatoon, then on Feb. 13 she travels to Las Vegas along with her parents to play in a volleyball tournament.

Condolences are extended to Erwin Hamp and family of Radisson on the death of Hilda Hamp at the age of 83, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Her service was held at Radisson Lutheran Church on Saturday, Jan. 19.

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