HUS­SAR TRI­BUNE

The Drumheller Mail - - AROUND TOWN -

From April 2 - 6, Wade and Lo­rilee Dundas met up with Wes and Brandie Dundas in Nashville. Brandie was down tak­ing in a sci­en­tific con­fer­ence for teach­ers from March 31 till April 5. They took in a Nashville Preda­tors hockey game, the Grand Ole Opry con­cert, the Coun­try Mu­sic Hall of Fame and the Ry­man Au­di­to­rium. They cel­e­brated Wade and Lo­rilee’s 40th wed­ding an­niver­sary and Lo­rilee’s 60th birth­day with sup­per at a neat coun­try res­tau­rant down­town and a car­riage ride.

On April 21, Hus­sar School hosted Grade 4-6 girls from Stan­dard School and Rock­y­ford School for a day filled with bad­minton and other ac­tiv­i­ties. Mrs. Moczul­ski planned a busy day and a great way to make new friends. Thank you to all who helped make the day a mem­o­rable one! The Hus­sar School grade 5 and 6 boys, on the same day, headed to Stan­dard School to par­tic­i­pate in bad­minton ac­tiv­i­ties.

A huge thank you is sent out to all vol­un­teers who worked the Ag So­ci­ety and Curl­ing Club casi­nos. A few hours of your vol­un­teer­ing goes a long way in our com­mu­nity!

Casey, Pam and Dayne Col­lett trav­elled to Ed­mon­ton for the weekend of April 22-24 so Dayne could par­tic­i­pate in a lacrosse tour­na­ment. Congratulations to Dayne and his team for bring­ing home the Gold Medal! What a great way to start the sea­son!

Start­ing April 25, there will be a stuff y an­i­mal drive for ten­derly loved and used or new stuffed toys for the med­i­cal lab in Drumheller. Th­ese toys are given to chil­dren who un­dergo tests at the lab. Please drop them off in the Christ­mas box at Chi­nook Fi­nan­cial. For more in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Lo­rilee Dundas at 787-2225 for more info.

Good luck to the Ju­nior High stu­dents who will be play­ing in the bad­minton coun­ties on April 27.

Dance recital will be held at 6 pm on April 28. Ev­ery­one is wel­come to come to the Hus­sar Com­mu­nity Hall! The cost is a do­na­tion at the door! It will be an en­ter­tain­ing evening put on by the lo­cal tal­ented youth dancers and actors in the com­mu­nity!

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.

There will be a Mother’s Day Tea held at the Sun­down­ers on Satur­day, May 7, with lo­cal en­ter­tain­ment. Ev­ery­one is wel­come to at­tend.

Base­ball sea­son is upon us! The home games sched­uled for the Mid­get team out of Hus­sar will be on the fol­low­ing dates be­gin­ning at 6:30 pm: Wed­nes­day, May 11, Tues­day, May 24, Wed­nes­day, May 25, and Wed­nes­day, June 15. We will also be host­ing the year end tour­na­ment on June 24 and 25. Come out and cheer the boys and girls on down at the di­a­monds. This year the league in­cludes Sik­sika, Strath­more, IBK and Hus­sar. Younger kids in the com­mu­nity are play­ing out of Stan­dard or Bas­sano as we did not have the num­bers to make teams for them. We wish ev­ery­one a great base­ball sea­son!

Swimming lessons will be­gin later in May for the stu­dents of Hus­sar School. They will be swimming in Strath­more be­gin­ning May 17.

The Col­lec­tive Kitchens Pro­gram is com­ing to Hus­sar, put on by Wheat­land FCSS, on Satur­day, May 14 from 9:30 – 3:30. Any­one in- ter­ested in tak­ing part, please reg­is­ter and pay by May 9. There is room for a max­i­mum of 10. You will go home with 10 meals. Please bring your own apron, cooler with ice packs and con­tain­ers for your meals. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, or to reg­is­ter, please call Lois Thomp­son at 787-2250, Barb Larsen at 787-2429, Sandi Vi­cic at 787-2912 or Kay Fraser 787-2261. Re­mem­ber, you have to reg­is­ter and pay by May 9, in or­der for the sup­plies to be pur­chased.

Hus­sar School has been col­lect­ing pop tabs for the Ron­ald McDon­ald House in Cal­gary for a num­ber of years. Last year our com­mu­nity col­lected a record break­ing 50 pounds of pop tabs! Com­pared to last year, less than half the amount of tabs have been col­lected so far. If you have pop tabs please bring them to the school no later than Tues­day, May 3 as we will be mea­sur­ing, for the last time, the col­lec­tion of pop tabs to see what we have achieved.

Camp­bell Soup is dis­con­tin­u­ing their La­bels for Ed­u­ca­tion pro­gram later this year so we will not be col­lect­ing la­bels af­ter the last day of school, June 29. Please get your la­bels in to the drop-off places be­fore then.

For those of you who used to re­ceive the Strath­more Stan­dard in your mail­box, you can now pick it up at Toms Gen­eral Store.

Help needed in lo­cat­ing a stray dog. “Elvis” is a large Black dog likely Rot­tweiler/ Lab cross. He had been in and around the Stan­dard area since early Oct. In Jan a res­cue mis­sion started to cap­ture him so that AARCS (Al­berta An­i­mal Res­cue Crew So­ci­ety) could pro­vide him with the med­i­cal at­ten­tion he needs and re-home him to a suit­able for­ever home. Elvis walks with a dis­tinc­tive limp as he is miss­ing one of his hind feet. He had some cuts on him that we were able to see via wildlife cam­era’s we had set up at a trap. We man­aged to get medicine in food for him to clear those up. How­ever he has evaded cap­ture thus far. He is very timid around peo­ple and of­ten trav­els at night. He avoids hu­man con­tact and will run if ap­proached. He had found shel­ter in an aban­doned stack of bales over the winter. As of Fri­day, April 15 he has not been back for his daily feed­ing. We know he likes to travel with the weather be­ing as it is we are hop­ing he has found al­ter­na­tive shel­ter and food source. He lived off of garbage and road­kill un­til we started feed­ing him in Jan­uary at which time he gave up on garbage. If any­one has seen him can you please call or text 403-934-7618 so we can re­sume the res­cue mis­sion, or know if he is still in the area and alive. Thank you for your as­sis­tance.

An­nual ceme­tery clean up is June 6 at 5 pm. Please mark this on your cal­en­dar.

Re­porters for May are Carey Taubert 403-787-3500 and Linda Moczul­ski 403-7872257.

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