News ‘n’ views from Baljennie

The Western Development Museum in North Batteford last week held a bee that was well attended. They are putting a few final touches on things to get ready for Those Were the Days in August. All the museum staff have been kept busy preparing for weddings and other bookings.

The weekend just passed and they held Heritage Farm and Village Kids Camp for children ages seven to 10, with hands-on activities, games and demonstration to experience prairie life back to nearly a century ago.

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A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers and special workers. There is always some little thing to be busy at.

On the weekend Saskatoon Western Development Museum held Pion-Era Days.

Jim Kivimaa of Bridge Road Condos passed away July 11 at the Battlefords Union Hospital. Jim had been fighting a battle with cancer for many years. The funeral was held at Livelong on July 15. Sympathy goes out to Irene Kivimaa and the family. Jim will be missed by all.

Recent visitors with Stanley and Dorothy Mills at Bridge Road Condos in Battleford were Stanley’s old school chum Robert Maxwell and his friend Pat from Edmonton, Alta. They were on a short trip to visit Robert’s son Glen and Sheila Maxell and family of Portage la Prairie, Man. They also visited with some of the Roberts family at Lloydminster and Maymont.

 

 

 

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