News ‘n’ views from Baljennie

In my last news report, sorry to say I made a mistake to be corrected on the Soule family of Ruddell. It should have been Herman Soule, not Norman Soule. I apologize for the mistake.

The Western Development Museum in North Battleford antique gas stationary engines and tractors volunteers had another work bee. They are putting the finishing touches on two antique tractors, getting ready for Those Were the Days in August.

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Get well wishes go out to Fay Keller of Bridge Road Condos as she has been in a Saskatoon hospital. Hope to see you about soon. Get well also to Violet Weber of Battleford who had a recent fall and is recovering in Battlefords District Care centre. Hope you will be back home soon.

The Canadian military has been on the move going through the local area, sometimes in long convoys of trucks and military equipment. They make their rest stop in Battleford next to Highway 4. There have also been busloads of military men and women passing through.

The annual Legion Motorcyce Ride for Dad took place Saturday, June 15. They started in Saskatoon and on to Battleford, where they stopped at the arena for a barbecue. They then motored to Wilkie and ended at Biggar. There were more than 300 motorcycles, part of a nationwide event with proceeds to prostate cancer research.

 

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