The Drumheller Mail - - CLASSIFIEDS - Judy Sproule Yvonne Thew

Hus­sar flu clinic will be held Tues­day, Novem­ber 8 from 11 am to 3 pm at the Sun­down­ers cen­tre - please bring your Al­berta Health card and short sleeves are ad­vised. There is no charge for the flu clinic.

The an­nual hall cleanup will be Novem­ber 9 be­gin­ning at 7 pm. It is hoped that there will be a big turnout of vol­un­teers and helpers are asked to bring their own bucket and cloths.

Hus­sar com­mu­nity Lutheran church will be hold­ing a Re­mem­brance Day ser­vice on Novem­ber 11 - ev­ery­one is wel­come to at­tend and more de­tails will be avail­able soon.

The Hus­sar Curl­ing Club is invit­ing ev­ery­one to at­tend their “Learn to Curl” clinic which will be held Satur­day, Novem- ber 12. Cer­ti­fied level 2 in­struc­tor, Shan­non Gross will teach var­i­ous age groups- from 9 am - noon will be chil­dren grades 4-6, from 1 pm-4 pm will be age 13-17 yr. olds, adult classes will be from 5-7 pm. To reg­is­ter or for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion please call Wendy Kaiser at 403-787-2440 or 403787-2442. Great op­por­tu­nity for our com­mu­nity and friends in the area!

One of Hus­sar’s fa­vorite lit­tle ladies, Annabelle Arm­strong, will be mov­ing to the Drumheller Sun­shine Lodge the be­gin­ning of Novem­ber. She wel­comes guests to come by and visit any­time.

Hus­sar Se­nior’s or­ga­ni­za­tion in­vites any­one who wishes, to at­tend any of their up­com­ing events at the Sun­down­ers’ cen­tre.

Coats for the com- mu­nity - Novem­ber 292:30 to 6 pm any­one who needs win­ter outer wear is wel­come to come and choose what you may need at no cost.

Chair yoga- Novem­ber 14 at 1:30 pm

Color­ing and Mind­ful­ness- Novem­ber 28 at 1:30 pm

Ap­pre­ci­a­tion is ex­tended to Wheat­land FCSS and Growing Fam­i­lies So­ci­ety for pro­vid­ing these pro­grams in our com­mu­nity.

On Oc­to­ber 25 the Hus­sar Lions hosted an in­for­ma­tional meet­ing with the newly formed re­gional hospice so­ci­ety. Mem­bers of this so­ci­ety are seek­ing in­put and sup­port from com­mu­ni­ties in the area in the pro­posed con­struc­tion of a hospice fa­cil­ity in our area. The Chea­dle Lions ini­ti­ated the dis­cus­sion which lead to the cre­ation of a vol­un­teer board to assess the need, in­ves­ti­gate costs, lo­ca­tion etc. for such a ser­vice and fa- cil­ity within our dis­trict. Fundrais­ing to sup­port this project has al­ready be­gun with the Lions Feed-a-steer pro­gram. Fur­ther in­for­ma­tion will be avail­able through the lo­cal news­pa­pers as this ini­tia­tive pro­gresses.

Joan Sny­der of Hus­sar and her twin sis­ter Joy McKee of Drumheller trav­elled to Am­s­ter­dam ear­lier this year as guests of a broad­cast­ing com­pany who were pre­par­ing a documentary about WWII. Some of the re­search in­volved for this film in­volved their fa­ther. On Novem­ber 10, His­tory Chan­nel will be air­ing an episode of “War Junk” con­tain­ing this in­for­ma­tion. This will be of great in­ter­est to many in our area, and we look for­ward to watch­ing the pro­gram. It may be broad­cast later on CBC as well.

Hus­sar Skat­ing Club re­minds us that mem­ber­ships are due and can be mailed to Box 211 Hus­sar. Please check the are- na web­site for all game, prac­tice and public skat­ing times at www.hus­

The week­end of Oc­to­ber 22, Jayna Hale of Hus­sar, along with 4 other young ladies, Piper Yule, Mackenzie Jensen, Bella Da Costa and Ash­ley Ferguson, made a whirl­wind arena trip out to Chilli­wack BC to per­form at the Mane Event show. The girls en­ter­tained the packed arena with their trick rid­ing show. The girls also had a meet and greet and au­to­graphed posters to pro­mote their up­com­ing trip to Las Ve­gas in De­cem­ber to com­pete in the North Amer­i­can Trick Rid­ing com­pe­ti­tion. Piper Yule ( Ward­low, AB) 2015 and 2016 Pee Wee Cana­dian cham­pion, Jayna Hale (Dorothy, AB) 2016 Ju­nior Cana­dian Cham­pion, Mackenzie Jensen (Rock­y­ford, AB) 2015 In­ter­me­di­ate Cana­dian Cham­pion and 2016 Se­nior Cana­dian Cham- pion and Shelby Burns (Bas­sano, AB) 2015 Se­nior Cham­pion are 4 lo­cals out of the 15 girls that will be rep­re­sent­ing Canada at this com­pe­ti­tion that runs De­cem­ber 5&6 in Las Ve­gas. Wish them luck! Jayna Hale was part of a trick rid­ing act that per­formed at the Chi­nook Rodeo Fi­nals held in Brooks the week­end of Oct. 27-29. The girls had a great time en­ter­tain­ing are con­tin­u­ing to prac­tice for their Ve­gas com­pe­ti­tion. If any­one is head­ing up to the CFR in Ed­mon­ton, be sure to check out the Cana­dian Cow­girls host­ing a trick rid­ing demon­stra­tion Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 9, 5-5:45 and 6-6:45 in Hall D at the Farm Fair. The girls will also be run­ning a booth to an­swer any ques­tions, hand out posters and raf­fling off some pretty fan­tas­tic items with pro­ceeds help­ing to get them down the road to Las Ve­gas!

Dex­ter Hale has been en­joy­ing his first year of Ban­tam foot­ball with the Drumheller team this sea­son. His team played in Red Deer Oct. 19 and just missed a play­off spot by a score of 24-22. Next year!

Hus­sar news re­porters for the month of Novem­ber will be Wendy Kaiser and Kris­ten An­der­son. Com­ing Events: Nov. 5- Ladies Gala Nov. 8- Flu clinic 11am3pm Nov. 9- Hall cleanup 7pm Nov. 12- Curl­ing clinic Nov. 18- Ag So­ci­ety Stag Auc­tion

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