The Ladies Silver and Gold Gala is fast approaching with tickets available from Kristin Fandry at 403-901-3112 or email@example.com. This event is Saturday, November 4 at the Hussar Hall beginning at 5 p.m.
A Remembrance Day Service will be held November 11 beginning at 10:30 a.m. at Hussar Lutheran Church.
A potluck lunch will follow at the Sundowner’s Centre- everyone is welcome to attend.
The Curling Club is looking for curlers who would like to curl in the Mixed Square Draw for the 2017/18 season.
They are looking at it being on Tuesday and/or Wednesday nights. Start date is looking like November 14. If you are interested, please call Connie Williams at (403) 787-2727.
Approximately 45 Hussar and area residents travelled by bus to Calgary on October 26 to enjoy a day at the casino followed by supper at Strathmore on the way home. Thanks to John and Rennie Jensen for organizing this social event for our community.
The Purdy Chocolate fundraiser for the Skating Club is underway. If you would like to support the club and do some early Christmas shopping please contact Paige Severtson at 403-787-3337 or any member of the club to place an order. Deadline for ordering is November 15.
Welcome back to Dale Kaiser who has purchased a home in the Village of Hussar. Dale has moved from Calgary and no doubt will be busy keeping up to the grandkids and all their activities.
Jared and Kelsey Sproule of Calgary are new parents to a baby girl-Eliza Sherry, born October 23, at Rockyview Hospital. She weighed 7lbs. 3oz. and is happily welcomed by Grandfather Jim Stew of Sechelt BC, Uncle Dennis Stew of Calgary, grandparents Gary and Judy Sproule of Hussar and uncles Kirk Sproule of Calgary and Quinn Sproule of Lethbridge. She is lucky to have great-grandparents Felix and Doreen Krauss of Enderby, BC, Moira Sproule of Hussar and Margaret Archibald of Fort Macleod celebrating her safe arrival also.
Debbie Knudsen recently competed in a 3 day riding event in Ponoka and came home with a big smile and some extra cash- way to go Deb!
Brady, Jessica, Paisley and Finn Kaiser of Strathmore have just returned from a week family vacation in Disneyland California.
Jeanne and Willard Treacy are home after a two week trip to Europe. They landed in Amsterdam and visited France and Belgium, travelling by rental car. They flew home from London after spending the last 2 days of their travels there. While away, they visited Vimy Ridge, Ypres and other destinations of interest in these regions to learn more about World War 1 history. One of Willard’s great-uncles, Phil Rogers, fought in the war and it was an area they have wanted to travel to. This year’s early harvest allowed them to make hasty plans and travel this fall.
Amy Poulsen, Sherri Snydmiller, Erica and Yvonne Thew and Yvonne’s mother Juanita Finley took a girls’ trip to New York City October 18 -23.
They enjoyed beautiful weather while they did the tourist spots including cycling through Central Park, The Liberty Cruise and Times Square and a couple Broadway shows.
Murray and Daun Brown and Wendell and Jodi Christensen flew to Las Vegas Oct. 24. The Browns’s stayed at the Golden Nugget on Freemont Street and the Christensen stayed at Treasure Island.
The 2 couples enjoyed time off at the pool, the piano bar at Harrahs and checking out the casinos as well. They attended a hockey game at the new T-Mobile arena to watch the Golden Nuggets play the Colorado Avalanche.
They reported the arena was amazing and great hockey fans.
Congratulations to Ryan Fraser and Rebecca Healy who were recently engaged to be married. The wedding will take place in Hussar, October 6, 2018. Ryan is currently working in Slave Lake for a resource company and Becca works in the lab at Strathmore Hospital. Becca is from Vulcan, where she lives with her parents and commutes to work. She completed a business degree from the University of Lethbridge and later took her lab training at SAIT. Best wishes from the Hussar community!
Janice and Steven Fandry and family have been hosting Janice’s nephew from Australia for a few days visit. He will be in Canada for about a month, spending time with his mom in Claresholm and visiting other relatives. His brother, wife and children were able to come from Australia last March and spent time with the Fandry family then.