The Drumheller Mail - - DRUMHELLER WORKS.COM - Kay Fraser 403-878-2261 Jody Filko­hazy 403-787-2516

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Brad Dun­das and Beth Lein on their re­cent en­gage­ment.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Ryan Fraser. His Dad and Mom, Ge­off and Jackie Fraser trav­elled to Ed­mon­ton on Sat., March 26 to at­tend the Iron Ring Cer­e­mony where he re­ceived his ring. He will be grad­u­at­ing as a Chem­i­cal En­gi­neer in June.

Marvin, Donna and Russell Sev­cik took in the Drumheller Music Fes­ti­val to watch David and Margo’s daugh­ter, Suzanne, per­form. She won sev­eral awards and will go on to Provin­cials.

Ch­eryl Fisher trav­elled to Red Deer to take in the dance fes­ti­val at Red Deer Col­lege. Their grand­daugh­ter Ta­mara Scheuer­man was in the com­pe­ti­tion with her group from Oyen and she won Gold in Jazz, and Tap and her group won High Gold and Most Promis­ing Group in Hip Hop and Large Va­ri­ety Group.

We wish Dar­lene Fandry a speedy re­cover af­ter hav­ing surgery in Medicine Hat on March 28.

Hugh and Win­nie Peake, Jackie Fraser, Con­nie Wil­liams, Andy Kirk­patrick and Sis Mun­roe Flew to Las Ve­gas to take in the wed­ding of Sis’ grand­daugh­ter Lind­say Read. They were gone from March 29 un­til April 1. Lind­say was mar­ried on March 31.

Don and Kay Fraser at­tended the Western AAA Ban­tam cham­pi­onship games in Oko­toks March 31 – April 3. Their grand­son Grif­fen’s team from Leth­bridge went home with the bronze medals.

The Hus­sar Lions Club would like to thank every­one who came out and par­tic­i­pated in the Food Safety Course. It was nice to see so many peo­ple at­tend.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to all our Cash Cal­en­dar win­ners from the last cou­ple weeks.

March 14 Jody Filko­hazy $50.00, March 15 Mike An­der­son $50.00, March 16 Jackie Cut­ter $50.00, March 17 Lean Knud­sen $50.00, March 18 Ch­eryl Fisher $150.00, March 19 Lisa Arm­strong $150.00, March 20 Verna Hery­ford $50.00, March 21 Bev San­ders $50.00, March 22 Roger Hiller $50.00, March 23 Jim Laslo $50.00, March 24 Art and Dianne Taubert $50, March 25 Alvin Her­man­son $150, March 26 Flyod Bar­ron $150, March 27 Ethel Howlett $50, March 28 CoreyAnn San­dum $50, March 29 Robert Knud­sen $50.00, March 30 Jackie Cut­ter $50.00 and March 31.

Blair, Rachel, Avery and Dawsyn Dun­das wel­comed a new au pair to their home last week, her name is Court­ney En­nis. She is from Aus- tralia and will be stay­ing with them through to the end of the school year.

Rachel Dun­das trav­elled to Vancouver Is­land to at­tend train­ing the week­end of the 19th at the Cen­tre for Ex­pres­sive Ther­apy. Rachel said it was nice to visit fam­ily, and she even opened a time cap­sule that her and her sis­ter cre­ated 18 years ago.

Russell, Kristin, Brooke and Gar­rett Fandry along with Scott, Monica, Jus­tine and Scott trav­elled to the Grand Canyon to help Kristin and Scott’s dad cel­e­brate his 65th birth­day. This was a spe­cial birth­day in more than one way, as it was his re­quest to hike the canyon. 28 km and 9000’ to­tal el­e­va­tion de­cline and in­cline. The view from the Colorado River look­ing up was amaz­ing, so worth the 12 kms of switch back trails and watch­ing our foot­ing as the mule trains passed by. The Bright An­gel trail head­ing back up was 16 kms and such dif­fer­ent ter­rain than the trail down. It was more of a wooded trail and not as steep as the Kaibab trail that we had gone into the canyon on. It was the most amaz­ing, ex­hil­a­rat­ing and ex­haust­ing ex­pe­ri­ence that we have all ever ex­pe­ri­enced!

The 3 on 3 Tour­na­ment hosted by the Wheat­land Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion in Strath­more on March 30, April 2 and 3 had a strong show­ing for Hus­sar and Bas­sano play­ers in Atom, Pee Wee and Ban­tam di­vi­sions. In Atom, Rhett Gre­gory, Brody Hale and Car­son Sev­ert­son at­tended but did not make it to the fi­nal game on Sun­day. Dayne Collett, Cadin Hiebert played on the same team in the Pee Wee di­vi­sion. Em­mitt Filko­hazy, Dustin Holm and Ja­son Slemko also played on a team to­gether. Tris­tan and Chase played on a third team to­gether in the tour­na­ment and made it to the fi­nal game! Un­for­tu­nately they lost in over­time to the team that had Bas­sano mem­bers Eric Flad­ham­mer and Ri­ley Lunn. Dex­ter Hale played at the Ban­tam level and lost out in the semi fi­nals. Every­one played well and had a great time. It was great to see so many Hus­sar fam­i­lies at the tour­na­ment!

Re­mem­ber as you are do­ing your spring clean­ing that the women at the Sun­down­ers Cen­tre can al­ways use yarn. They make and do­nate many afghans over the year, through­out the county.

The Hus­sar An­nual Com­mu­nity meet­ing will be held April 10, 2016 at the Hus­sar Com­mu­nity Hall at 7:30 p.m. Please send your pres­i­dent, trea­surer and casino co­or­di­na­tor of your group to re­port on your fi­nan­cial sta­tus and plans.

Duf­flebag The­ater will be at Hus­sar School on Wed­nes­day, April 13 at 2:30 p.m. They will be per­form­ing the in­ter­ac­tive fairy tale “Snow White”. Every­one is wel­come to at­tend this free per­for­mance.

Hope Bridges So­ci­ety for Cre­ative and Con­tin­ued Learn­ing is hav­ing an Art and Wine Auction. Any­one is wel­come to at­tend. It is on April 16, 2016 at 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Strath­more Golf Course. There will be silent and live auc­tions.

On Mon­day, May 2, FCSS is pro­vid­ing Grief Coun­sel­lors from Al­berta Health, at the Sun­down­ers Cen­tre from 1:30 – 4 pm. This is open to any­one who would like to at­tend.

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