It’s taken a few weeks to find enough news to report. Folks in the Kirriemuir area seem to be spending most of their time lately either defrosting stock waterers or trying to chip their shadows loose from where they froze to the driveway!
On January 25th, Larry and Loretta Oxamitny attended the Luseland Fish & Game supper. Continuing with their ‘on the road again’ lifestyle, the week of February 10th will see the Oxamitnys visiting Loretta’s mom in Prince Albert then going on to Saskatoon to the Horse Expo Show. Loretta’s brother Bill has a booth at this trade fair.
Happy Belated Birthday to John Kloberdanz and his sister Marion Carlson (Edmonton). They celebrated their respective trips around the sun on January 29th. John and Faye, Jennifer, Sean & Ashlyn McCormick, and Zane, Janelle and Samantha Kloberdanz gathered at the Provost Greenhead to celebrate in the festivities.
Get well wishes go out to the Ward twins, Lloyd and Leonard. Lloyd broke both a wrist and hip, and was sent to Edmonton. He is now back in Provost. In a separate incident, Leonard also broke his wrist. We hope that both are on the mend.
Dennis and David Vert were to Edson for their cousin’s funeral and we offer them condolences on their loss.
Gary and Virginia Matheson were down for a visit at the Kloberdanz’s last weekend, as were Wendy and Terry Carpentier.
Natasha, Dallas and Reese Vert were in Canmore, AB for the first February weekend enjoying the mountains and some family time. Hope you guys are had fun!
The Kirriemuir Community Association held their annual meeting this past week. It was well attended.
The Ference family gathered at Kirriemuir Hall on February 8th to celebrate Jennie Ference’s 90th birthday.
Kirriemuir has a two new winners in the Consort Creative Hands 4-H Multi-club speak offs! On February 9th, Tanner MacGregor won third place in seniors and Ashlyn McCormick won second place in intermediate. Congratulation guys and keep up the good work!
A big thank you goes out to Kirriemuir residents Lisa Vert and Wendy Carpentier for donating their time and talent in judging at the club’s 4-H speak offs. They really helped out, and the club is very thankful.
Until next time, this is Ashlyn McCormick signing off to make a mug of hot chocolate and fire up the heating pad. Here’s hoping Kirriemuir warms up soon.