Dinner theatre coming up Feb. 9 in Borden

Borden / Radisson News

The Anglican, United and Riverbend Fellowship Churches are hosting a luncheon on Friday, Feb. 1, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Borden Friendship Centre. The donations for lunch will go to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and Rick Block from the organization will speak about their work. Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy soup, sandwiches, desserts and beverages.

The Borden Lions Dinner Theatre, Love Letters, presented by the Battlefords Community Players, is coming up on Feb. 9 in the Borden Community Centre and tickets at $30 are still available until Feb. 5. You can call Sandi at 306-997-2211, Bev at 306-997-2067 or Lorraine at 306-997-2159.

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The Radisson Seniors Club held their monthly pancake breakfast Jan. 26 in their club room, and some attended from Borden, enjoying pancakes, sausages and coffee for $5. They hold this breakfast the last Saturday of each month as a fundraiser.

Savannah Sutherland, who belongs to the Saskatoon Track and Field Club, was competing in the Knights of Columbus Indoor Track Meet on Jan. 25 and 26 and she won gold in the Girls U18 100M Dash, gold in U18 60M Hurdles and was first in Section 1 of U18 200M Dash. Savannah is only 15 but she was invited to run in the Women’s 60M Dash against professional runners from Canada, USA and Nigeria, and she placed fifth with a best personal time of 7.73 seconds. She competed in the track meet while also playing in a club volleyball tournament in Saskatoon on Friday and Saturday and her team won the gold. Savannah Sutherland is one of the finalists for the 2018 Sask Sports Junior Female Athlete of the Year and the awards will be announced at the Sask Sports Award Ceremony in Saskatoon in March.

Borden and Radisson members of their seniors clubs were invited to Langham on Jan. 26 for a turkey and ham supper and program in the Langham Town Hall. The tables were nicely decorated with white cloths, snowmen or snowbirds set on a mound of white batting and silver snowflakes over mini lights. The hall also had snowmen at the door and on the piano with mini lights along the stage. After a very delicious meal with cheesecake for dessert, prepared by the Langham seniors, everyone enjoyed an evening of popular tunes from yesteryear provided by Don Balzer, retired educator and pastor, playing the piano and singing along with many sing along tunes such as Side by Side, Hey Good Lookin’, Irish Lullaby, Could I Have This Dance, songs from Sound of Music and Hawaii, gospel songs and, in closing, God Will Take Care of You. Don gave a bit of history about many of the tunes, which was interesting. The 50/50 of $133 was won by Marg Griffiths of Langham and door prizes were won by Hudson Geisbrecht and Joann Borys of Langham and Shirley Whitt of Radisson. 


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