The senior girls' B volleyball team travelled to Unity recently for their final tournament of the season. According to Ms. Chammartin, they competed, performed and represented the school well in all of their matches. Appreciation goes out to the parents and family members who came out to support the girls. The team had a terrific season and should be congratulated on a rewarding year.
Mr. Worman reports the Neilburg junior boys had a fantastic season. The boys had a great year, including winning the Hillmond tournament and taking silver in both the Battle River playoffs and in districts.
The senior girls' volleyball team hosted conferences Oct. 30. The Neilburg Trojans played Turtleford, Hillmond and Thunderchild.
Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of George David Hall, who passed away Oct. 26 in North Battleford, at the age of 91. George was born at Riverhurst. His funeral mass was conducted from the Neilburg Community Hall, Nov. 1, with Father Phinh Do officiating. Virginia Horn brought the eulogy. The Mennonite Choir was in attendance. The active pallbearers were Gary Grisbrook, Shauna McGillis, Gary Hetrick, Albert Liebelt, Allan Horn and Hugh Johnson. Interment was in the Neilburg Cemetery.
George leaves, to mourn his passing, his loving wife, Myrnia Elizabeth (Beth) Hall; five children, Myrnia Teresa Hall (Lionel Gagne); Murray Hall (Debbie Vanriel), Georgina (Brian) Wilner, Jacqueline Hall and Sterling Hall; four grandchildren, Myrnia Gabrielle Sarah Hall, Victoria Lily Hall, Jordan-Charles David Hall, Kristin Leanne Slaney (Rodney Winkelman); and one great-grandchild, Maverick Winkelman. Donations in memory of George may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
The Grade 12 students from Neilburg Composite School were selling poinsettias until Nov. 13. Colours available were red, pink and white.
The SRC is appreciative of a donation of pop from the Manitou Pioneer Museum board. It will be used for the Christmas luncheon.