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News for the week of June 1, 2023
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Congratulations to the Byemoor 4-H Beef Club members who had an extremely impressive showing at the Stettler District 4-H Show on May 22-23, sweeping most of the major awards.

Those awards included: Grand Champion steer – Tulsa Smith, Reserve Grand Champion steer – Addison Charbonneau, Grand Champion Carcass steer – Alerie Sorensen, Grand Champion breeding female – Addison Charbonneau, Grand Champion Pen of Five steers – Byemoor Club, Showmanship - (five out of the six awards) – Senior 1st – Addison Charbonneau, Intermediate – 1st- Alerie Sorensen, 2nd- Rylee Charbonneau, Junior – 1st- Tulsa Smith, 2nd- Brielle Sorensen, Senior Team Grooming – 2nd- Addison Charbonneau and Jenna Neilson, Intermediate Team Grooming – 1st- Alerie Sorensen and Rylee Charbonneau, Junior Team Grooming – 1st- Tulsa Smith and Brielle Sorensen, Intermediate Judging – 2nd- Alerie Sorensen, Junior Judging – 1st – Tulsa Smith, Junior Best Kept Records – 1st- Alerie Sorensen, Junior Achiever Award – Colter Buchwitz and Most Dedicated Member for the Byemoor Club – Colter Stirling.

The Schultzs hosted their annual family May long weekend camp-out at Eleanor Schultz’s farm to kick off the camping season. They had 16 people participate with seven RV units camping from Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Stettler, Hanna and Byemoor. Their annual community camping weekend will be on July 14-16.

Congratulations to Hayden and Easton Scheerschmidt and their Team South-East on winning the Six-A-Side All-star football game in Red Deer on May 20 over Team North-West. The game had to be moved indoors to the Dome in Red Deer because of the poor air quality caused by the forest fires. Hayden was selected to play for Team Alberta in the Border Battle in Aberdeen, Sask. on June 10.

Remember the fundraiser the Byemoor School students are holding to support those displaced by the wildfires in Alberta. Byemoor School is hosting a hot dog lunch with muffins and lemonade on Fri, June 2 at noon at the school. The students will be donating all the funds raised to the Red Cross to support those affected by the wildfires. The school wishes to thank Les and Rosemary Stulberg for donating the hotdogs, Suzanne Sorensen for cooking and the students for baking the muffins. Be sure to come out and support the students.

Don’t forget the annual Scapa Strawberry Tea is coming up on Mon, June 5 at 2 p.m. at the Scapa Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Happy Birthday wishes go out to Joe Knowles who celebrated his 87th Birthday on May 28. Wishing you many more, Joe.

Happy 65th Birthday wishes are sent to Glen Tucker celebrating his milestone birthday on June 1. Enjoy those senior discounts and government cheques, Glen.

Happy 55th wedding anniversary wishes are extended to Bill and Linda Smith celebrating their special day on June 1.

The district is in dire need of rain. Does anymore remember the steps to a Rain Dance? The success of a Rain Dance is dependent on the timing of the dance.

Humour for the Day —

“What happens when a strawberry gets run over crossing the street? — Traffic jam.”

“What do you call a lazy baby kangaroo? — Pouch potato.”

“How much does it cost Santa to park his sleigh? — Nothing, it’s on the house.”

“Mountains aren’t just funny. They’re hill areas.”

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