HUSSAR TRIBUNE

The Drumheller Mail - - REAL ESTATE -

The Bas­sano Out­laws pee­wee team will be play­ing their se­cond play­off game against Vaux­hall in Hussar on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 27 at 3 pm. Come out and cheer your home town team on!!

This is the last week to get your cash cal­en­dar tick­ets! Tick­ets can be pur­chased from any Hussar Hall Board mem­ber, Chi­nook Fi­nan­cial, Arm­strong Auto and Richard­son Pi­o­neer. You have lots of chances to win on the daily draws for the whole month of March.

Please, if you haven’t al­ready done so, get your fam­ily his­tory sto­ries into the ladies that are putting the new His­tory book to­gether. It doesn’t have to be long but it would be nice to have ev­ery­one in it that has been a part of the his­tory of Hussar. Sto­ries can be emailed to hus­sarher­itage@ gmail.com as soon as you can get them in. If you would like to get a pic­ture in as well they are re­quest­ing a printed copy to go with the story.

The an­nual Hussar Alumni vol­ley­ball tour­na­ment was held on Satur­day. The theme this year was Griz­zly Pride, to pay trib­ute to the last year of Hussar School’s op­er­a­tion. The day was filled with ex­cit­ing vol­ley­ball and in the end the class of 2005 took the cham­pi­onship in a close game! Con­grats class of 2005! The Hussar Lions Club hosted a dance that evening, and a great time was had by all! Thank you to all who at- tended and made this year a suc­cess.

Get well wishes go out to Melvin Nielsen who has re­cently had surgery on his shoul­der. Get well soon Melvin!

Con­grats to Nicky Nash on be­ing se­lected as a Cal­gary Flames Iconic Com­mu­nity Cap­tain. The award ac­knowl­edges Nicky’s great work in the com­mu­nity, her vol­un­teer ini­tia­tives, and her many ac­com­plish­ments as a leader at Kids Up Front Cal­gary. Nicky en­joyed a spe­cial din­ner and seats cour­tesy of the Cal­gary Flames, and was high­lighted with a slideshow of Kids Up Front stats and pho­tos of her work in the com­mu­nity. She en­joyed the evening with her spe­cial guest, her father, Glen Dun­das. Way to go Nicky!

Abbey Treacy just re­turned from a week at the En­coun­ters pro­gram in Ottawa. Each week is a dif­fer­ent oc­cu­pa­tion or in­ter­est, Abbey chose the Para­medic/med­i­cal week. They toured the par­lia­ment, the head RCMP de­tach­ment and much more as well as at­tended many in­ter­est­ing speak­ers.

All to­gether there were 140 stu­dents from all over Canada and Abbey made many new friends. While there, they all got cer­ti­fied in CPR.

There will be 4-H pub­lic speak­ing on Wed­nes­day Fe­bru­ary 24 at the Hussar School. Speak­ing will start at 4:30 p.m. and ev­ery­one is wel­come to at­tend.

Con­do­lences go out to the fam­ily of Greg Nail on his pass­ing. A fu­neral will be held in Dalum on Thurs­day Fe­bru­ary 25 at 2:00 p.m.

The Hussar Arena was host to the U12B Pro­vin­cial Play­downs. The Hussar Fire­works came up against some fierce com­pe­ti­tion. The girls had some great games. They kept their fans on the edge of their seats. Un­for­tu­nately, they will not be ad­vanc­ing to Provin­cials.

Ken and Frances Wil­liams en­joyed a trip to Vic­to­ria over the Fam­ily Day week. They stayed in Syd­ney and en­joyed a tour of the Craig­dar­roch Cas­tle and Butchart Gar­dens. The flow­ers were amaz­ing and the cas­tle was a sight to see as well.

Corey and Joel San­dum and fam­ily spent 13 days in Or­lando en­joy­ing Dis­ney World, Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios and the Busch Gar­den parks. Al­though the weather was cooler then they would have liked, they were able to en­joy one sunny day at a wa­ter park while they were there.

If you would like to sub­mit your news for next week please con­tact Karen Peake ( Karen- peake@ hot­mail. com).

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