HUS­SAR TRI­BUNE

The Drumheller Mail - - CLASSIFIEDS - Pam Col­lett Kay Fraser

Did you know that in the 14 years Hus­sar School has col­lected Camp­bell Soup la­bels they have col­lected 129,388 points which were used to “buy” things for the school?? That is a lot of soup con­sumed. It was a very worth­while project and it is sad that it is end­ing. Many thanks to all who saved la­bels for us from this com­mu­nity and many sur­round­ing ones as well as the Strathmore Hos­pi­tal and Bas­sano Play­fair Lodge.

The Vil­lage of Hus­sar will be host­ing a July 1 Cel­e­bra­tion for Canada’s 150th Year in Con­fed­er­a­tion. This will hap­pen in 2017. The Vil­lage is look­ing for any­one who wants to make a do­na­tion to this event. If you make a do­na­tion, you will re­ceive a char­i­ta­ble tax re­ceipt. Che­ques can be made out to Vil­lage of Hus­sar and mailed to Box 100.

The last day of Li­brary Pro­gram was held on Au­gust 23. The event was sup­posed to hap­pen at the Hall but was moved to the Arena be­cause of all the rain. There was boun- cy cas­tles, ring toss, bat­ting game and face paint­ing. The kids en­joyed pop­corn, cot­ton candy and sno-cones. Spe­cial thanks to Dar­ren for his help mov­ing the ac­tiv­i­ties in­door!

A huge thank you to Maryann and the Hus­sar Mu­nic­i­pal Li­brary for spon­sor­ing and run­ning such a won­der­ful and suc­cess­ful Li­brary pro­gram this year. I have heard noth­ing but great things from all the kids.

Verna Hery­ford, Donna Col­lett, Yvonne Com­stock and Wendy Kaiser en­joyed a few days away to Moose Jaw and Man­i­tou Beach. Af­ter find­ing all places west were booked and ex­pen­sive they de­cided to head east. They en­joyed some gam­bling, toured the un­der­ground tun­nels, went bar hop­ping and re­ally en­joyed the min­eral springs at Man­i­tou Beach. While we have had lots of rain and flood­ing here, at Man­i­tou the beach is slowly go­ing un­der water for the past few years and they are meet­ing to try to find a so­lu­tion. But be­cause of the salt content they are hav­ing a tough time. Quite the place to see.

Barb, Erin and Ja­son Slemko spent Au­gust 1419 at Barb’s par­ent’s home in Calgary. Erin at­tended a ringette camp put on by the Na­tional Ringette League, while Ja­son at­tended the Edge Hockey School. Both camps were held at the Trico Cen­tre in the South East. The kids en­joyed their week back on the ice work­ing on skills for the up­com­ing sea­son.

Leroy & Dar­lene Fandry along with Scott & Mon­ica Mor­row from Au­gust 14-21 en­joyed a hol­i­day through PEI, Nova Sco­tia and the Cabot Trail. They had a brief stop in Monc­ton, NB af­ter cross­ing the Con­fed­er­a­tion Bridge. Many of the fa­mous Mar­itime sights were vis­ited and the Cabot Trail was beau­ti­ful. While on Pier 21 in Hal­i­fax, Mon­ica found her great grand­moth­ers (Ethel Clark) pass­port from Liver­pool on the ship af­ter the Ti­tanic. They came home feel­ing very for­tu­nate to be able to see this beau­ti­ful part of Canada.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Garry and Erin (Fandry) Har­wood on the birth of their beau­ti­ful new daugh­ter Mad­di­son Amelia Har­wood on Au­gust 17. She weighed 9lbs 14 oz. Leroy and Dar­lene are ex­cited to have their third great grand­child.

The Dalum/Hus­sar Lutheran Parish would like to ex­tend an in­vi­ta­tion to the com­mu­nity to a cel­e­bra­tion of Pas­tor Dan Hen­drick­son’s 25th year of or­di­na­tion. There will be a joint church ser­vice at Dalum at 11:15 on Septem­ber 25 with lunch and a pro­gram to fol­low at 12:30. Every­one is wel­come to at­tend any or all of the cel­e­bra­tion. To com­mem­o­rate this oc­ca­sion, the con­gre­ga­tions are rais­ing a “guitar fund” to go to­wards the pur­chase of a new guitar to re­place the one he broke ear­lier this year. Any­one in the com­mu­nity that has been touched by Pas­tor Dan’s min­istry that wishes to con­trib­ute to the fund can do so by con­tact­ing the fol­low­ing:

For Dalum: Con­tact Julie Eske­land at 8235283. For Hus­sar: Con­tact Wendy Nielsen at 403-641-2203.

The Art and Dianne Taubert fam­i­lies trav­elled to Aspen Cross­ing on Au­gust 26 to cel­e­brate Kris­ten and Peter An­der­son’s 25th Wed­ding An- niver­sary. They had a very quick bite to eat at the Mossleigh Bar’n Grill and then went on the Twi­light Train Ex­cur­sion. There were many in­ter­est­ing in­di­vid­u­als on the train pro­vid­ing a great even­ing of en­ter­tain­ment. There was even a mar­riage pro­posal. Peter asked Kris­ten if she would marry him again. She said yes and was pre­sented with a rather large ruby soli­taire ring. They re­turned to Kris­ten and Peter’s for cake and cof­fee. All 18 said they re­ally en­joyed the train tour.

The Hus­sar Mu­nic­i­pal Li­brary Board; Tim Frank, Kathy Dundas, Kris­ten An­der­son and Jen­nifer Pratt, along with Li­brary Man­ager Gay Harms, would like to thank every­one that sup­ported our book and fur­ni­ture sale at the li­brary last week. The sale was a huge suc­cess! Some shelv­ing, a file cab­i­net and the desk are still avail­able if any­one is in­ter­ested they can con­tact any of the board mem­bers. While we are ex­plor­ing new li­brary al­ter­na­tives, you will still be able to ob­tain books at Chi­nook Fi­nan­cial. The books are there for every­one’s use. They will be lent on the hon­our sys­tem, so please feel free to pop in and pickup chil­dren’s books and cur­rent best sell­ers. Please re­turn the items back to the dis­plays. Thank you to Chi­nook Fi­nan­cial for pro­vid­ing the space and to the Marigold Li­brary Sys­tem for pro­vid­ing the best sell­ers. Keep watch­ing for fur­ther li­brary de­vel­op­ments and our an­nual mem­ber­ship drive which will be held in Septem­ber.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Tom and Stacey Fraser who cel­e­brated their 25th wed­ding an­niver­sary this month.

Nathan San­dum and Kyra Kous­trop have just re­turned from a twoweek hol­i­day to Ice­land. They toured the coun­try from Au­gust 6 – 20 and had a won­der­ful time.

Trevor San­dum has just joined the Leth­bridge Pronghorn Soccer team as their trainer. He will be do­ing this while at­tend­ing his last year of univer­sity.

Shane Fraser has left to re­join his Fort McMur­ray Oil Barons hockey team for another sea­son.

Mon­day, Au­gust 22, Don and Kay Fraser had a visit from Fa­ther Bob Hag­gerty from Lil­looet B.C. Bob went to school with Don in Cluny and was back in the area for a fam­ily gath­er­ing in Cluny. Melv­ina Fraser joined them for lunch and a visit.

It is good to hear that Melvin Nielsen is get­ting around af­ter his bad fall and surgery.

Mike, Teneil, Karter, Kathie, Jur­gen, Mike and Michelle Hager fam­ily met cousins from Calgary at Blood In­dian for the week­end! Great fun was had by all!

Karen, Ross and fam­ily, Katie and Shel­don Walker and fam­ily, Clay and Con­nie Williams Hugh and Win­nie Peake spent the week­end down at Em­mer­son Bridge camp­ing. Satur­day, Videll and the kids came down and Andy Kirk­patrick came down for a visit and sup­per.

Brad and Paige Sev­ert­son and fam­ily, Shan­non & Kyle Gordon and Girls, Chris and Lela Hiebert and kids, Wes Kirk­patrick and Ash­ley Larsen, Dustin Clark and April Har­ri­son, along with Floyd and Amanda Bar­ron and their boys from Bas­sano all went camp­ing at Crawl­ing Val­ley for the week­end! Every­one en­joyed the lake and boat­ing dur­ing the day and vis­it­ing around the fire in the evenings.

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