Firefighters compete in provincial bonspiel

Borden and Radisson News

The Borden Friendship Club held their monthly potluck supper Jan. 29, with close to 60 out to enjoy a great supper. Blowing out the candles on the apple crumble dessert were Lorraine Olinyk, Wendell Dyck and Ron Tumbach.

MC Ruben Rempel told a joke then introduced the group entertaining for the evening — the Putt Putt Garage Brand from Borden, featuring soloist Kendal Redhead, drummer Andrew Hess, bass guitarist Ross McBain, his brother Jeff on lead guitar and Jamie Brandrick playing rhythm guitar.

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Borden and Radisson seniors’ club members are invited by Langham seniors for supper and entertainment on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. in the Langham Affinity Community Hall. As of Feb. 2 there are 40 planning to go from the Borden club.

In last week’s write up the date for the Borden Lions district governor’s visit was stated to be March 14, but it is one week later, on March 21, for supper and entertainment.

The Borden Volunteer Firefighters were in Kronau this past weekend, playing in the 62nd Provincial Firefighters Bonspiel. Borden firefighters who were playing were Ian and Connor Wainwright, Dan Gunsch and Luke Walker, who lost out in the B semifinal. The second team was BJ Berg, Ross McBain, David Dolsen and Jamie Brandrick, who lost out in the D final. Winning the event was the Greg Tarasoff team of Saskatoon, who will represent Saskatchewan at the 61st National Firefighters Bonspiel in Charlottetown, P.E.I. Ian Wainwright is the director of Saskatchewan Firefighters Curling Association, so he will be going to Prince Edward Island along with his wife Gerry. Ian has an aunt and uncle living there  – Margaret and Gerry Muzika. They plan to visit them prior to the bonspiel, which runs March 26 to April 5.

 

 

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