Pine Island Apartments News

MAIDSTONE – Denise Newton was to North Battleford Sunday to see her grandson play hockey. It was a tie game so each team got a point.

Colleen Koski has been to Lloydminster for medical treatment.

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As I haven’t been able to get news in to the paper for some time, the following is stale but all about what’s happening at the apartments starting Jan. 8.

Denise Newton and daughter Coreen of Red Deer, Alta., spent seven days with Kesia and family for Christmas. Son Kevin Newton and his daughter Kiana of Prince Albert joined them for the holiday.

Jean Stewart had Christmas with Bill and Marion Stoughton. For the New Year, they brought supper in.

Morris Stewart of Leduc, Alta., visited his mum Jean last weekend.

Dawn Hartman took Jean Hartman to Ardrossan, Alta., where Wayne and Caroline Hartman took her to Camrose for the holiday. They spent Christmas in Edmonton with Jean’s granddaughter and family, returning home Boxing Day. Jean’s cousin Don and Bev Billett visited with them. Coming home, they ran into the trucking protest. The horn blowing was well heard.

Marilyn Stewart spent Christmas with her family in Lloydminster.

Dec. 12, 2018, Colleen Koski had supper at Riley and Chantal’s where they celebrated Gloria and Riley’s birthdays.

Dec. 20, 2018, Colleen, Radka and Chantal were in Lloydminster for the Parade of Lights. Christmas Eve they had supper at Riley and Chantal’s and opened gifts.

My family, Duncan, Hazel, Ken and Pam enjoyed Christmas with me.

Ruth Weinhandl spent Christmas with her daughter Loretta and family at Lac La Biche, Alta.

We are sorry to report that Marilyn Stewart injured her back and is with her son in Lloydminster recuperating.

Jean Stewart is in Lloydminster hospital and will not be able to come back to the apartments.

Jean Hartman is in Saskatoon hospital and hopefully will be home soon. We wish all three the very best.

Hopefully I’ll be able to keep up with the news from now on. I hope the New Year is good for everyone.

 

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