Canada 150 event set for July 22

Calder’s Canada 150 Bash on July 22, 2017. These are the events that are being planned for that day: Trade Show at the Calder Community Hall from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Vendors at the Trade Show are as follows: Tupperware, Thirty One, Fifth Avenue Collection, Scentsy, Norwax, Pampered Chef, Watkins, Scarves n’ Stuff, Essential oils, Rada, Jewelry in Candles, Garlic Farms, Keshe Pain Pad and Pain Pens, Caleigh Crystals, Leggings and Here’s Your Sign. Tables are all booked up. Parade starts at 10 a.m., book entries phone 306-621-8855 or 306-742-7678, entries must be booked by July 19, Threshing show at sports grounds, horseshoes, Kids activities, Food Truck, Seniors Tea, Slow Pitch, Beer Garde4ns, Walking Tour, Pig Roast Supper, advance Supper ticket Phone 306-742-4656. Dance tickets at the door. Music by Route 605. So mark this day on your calendar ad come out and have some fun.
The Calder Good Neighbour Centre held their Birthday Social. The winners of the Birthday Social Whist Drive are as follows: Elmer Eftoda, Marjory Mankish, Mildred Danylko, low went to Lil Wozney. The Pot of Gold winners were Gordon Kahut and Mildred Danylko.
Birthday wishes to the following: Jim Fustey, Lil Wozney, Gordon Kahut, Marjory Mankish and Marie Rohatensky.
On April 29, 2017, The Calder Good Neighbour Centre held their Whist Drive. These are the winners; Marie Rohatensky, Judy Pryslak, Marjory Mankish, low went to Elmer Eftoda. The Pot of Gold winners were Virginia Wandy and Marie Rohatensky.
A huge thand you to the wonderful people who came out to work at Jim Fustey Sale.
The Calder School Students will be holding their Jump Rope for Heart at the Calder School on May 5, 2017. All students asked to wear something red.
Parent Teacher interviews were held at the Calder School with a great turn out.
Congratulations to Laura Fatteicher, she is the new caretaker at the Calder School.
The C.A.R.E. Program has started up at the Calder School, with Mrs. Harman. Mrs. Harman started the C.A.R.E. program with the grade 1-4 students. This program is to teach students about person safety with the ultimate goal of preventing child sexual abuse.
The Calder Senior Centre held their whist drive on May 3. These are the winners of the whist drive: Robert Doubleday of Churchbridge, Marjory Mankish of Calder, Marlene Balabuk of Calder, Ernie Bahsler of Churchbridge, and low went to Gordon Kahut of Calder. The Pot of Gold winner was Gordon Kahut of Calder, and Bertha Putland of Churchbridge. The door prize went to Karen Zelmer. The Silent Auction prizes went to Linda Buchberger of Langenburg, Lucielle Haydt, Marie Rohatensky of Calder, Wesley Kitz of Churchbridge, Louise Yaroski of Calder, Vern G., Marjory Antony of MacNutt, Mildred Danylko of Calder, and Linda Buchberger of Langenburg.
The Calder Good Neighbour Centre held their whist drive. These are the winners: Mildred Danylko, Marlene Balabuk and Marie Rohatensky. The low hand went to Elmer Eftoda and Virginia Wandy. The Pot of Gold went to Marlene Balabuk and Virginia Wandy.
The Calder Playschool held their graduation on Monday. The playschool student enjoyed the pizza and fruit tray. These are the students that graduated: Rosie, Odessa, Kale, Lukus and Jaxon. Odessa, Rosie and Kale will be heading off to kindergarten in the fall at the Calder School.
The Calder School Students did a clean day for the community. Thank you to all the students that came out to help this year. Thank you to Sharon Sobkow, Walter Balabuk, Barb Albert, Alexandra Raml and Tammy Antony, teachers from the Calder School for all their help.
The SCC will be preparing a barbecue lunch of hamburgers for the students.
On May 31, the Department of music from the University of Saskatchewan held a Jazz Concert at the Calder Community Hall. The Jazz concert was at 9 a.m.
Ada Andres last day for driving the bus for our students. We thank you for your effort and much early morning and not so good weather. We are going to miss your smiling face. Glen Yaraski has agreed to drive the bus till the end of June.
The Calder Parkland Regional Library will be holding their Summer Reading Program in July. Starting in July 10, 17, 24 and 31. Children from 3 to 12 can come out and have some fun. One day we will have the Parkland Valley Students out for a couple of days in July.
Calder Playschool will be starting up again in October. Our playschool program is not pre-k; we do crafts, games and have a healthy snack. For more information phone 306-742-2167 or leave a message if no answer.

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