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Esterhazy Community Daycare Cooperative Job Postings

 

The following job vacancies are available at Esterhazy Community Daycare Cooperative.

Executive Director

Early Childhood Educator

Click HERE for full details

 


REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH GARAGE SALE

4th Avenue Esterhazy

September 16 & 17 – 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

September 18 – 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED INDOORS

For more information please call Cherryl at 306-745-3472

or Fern at 306-745-2018

 


NVCU FALL NEWSLETTER

 

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Welcome back Vern Gevers

 

Mr. Vern Gevers has joined North Valley Credit Union on July 19th, 2021 in the newly created position of Chief Risk Officer (CRO). Vern is returning to the Town of Esterhazy after a 17 year absence where he previously was the Manager of Lending for North Valley Credit Union.

 

See the rest of the announcement HERE

 


New Feature – Time for some GOOD NEWS

 

Don’t you think it is time for some good news? Don’t you feel different being able to see smiles again in shops? Then let’s start sharing it. I invite anyone who wants to share local good news stories (whether an individual, business, club, church, etc) to get in touch with me and submit the idea for possible publication. If it catches on maybe we can begin a new wave of optimism in Esterhazy and the local region, and open a new vibrant section to this old website! Simply use the “contact” menu item, and…

For the rest of the article, and to find out what the above picture is about, click HERE

 


Dubuc Park Fundraiser on July 15th

 

 

More info HERE

 


NVCU welcomes Cassidy to the team

 

 

It is with great pleasure that I introduce Cassidy Miskiman (nee Forster) as North Valley Credit Union’s newest lending department team member. Cassidy joined North Valley Credit Union June 1, 2021 as a Loans Clerk. She will be utilizing her 5 years of…

 

Read the rest of the article HERE

 


Melissa Usher needs your votes

 

Esterhazy lass Melissa Usher has reached out to us with a special request. The 36-year old mother of three (and stepmom to two), has always been keen on fitness, and was a regular user of the Underground Fitness gym in the town. She moved to Moose Jaw about a year ago, and has recently entered the world of competitive bodybuilding. Now she has entered a competition to be featured on the cover of an industry magazine….

Read the rest of the article HERE

 


NOMINATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR NVCU BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

NOMINATIONS ARE BEING

ACCEPTED FOR 3

POSITIONS ON THE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF

NORTH VALLEY CREDIT UNION

AS FOLLOWS:

 

Three directorships will be for

Three (3) Year Terms.

 

Nomination papers may be obtained from

the North Valley Credit Union Esterhazy

 

NOMINATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM

July 5th to July 9th, 2021.

IN-BRANCH ELECTIONS, IF NECESSARY

TO BE HELD FROM

July 12th to July 16th, 2021.

 

ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD

MONDAY, JULY 26th, 2021

 

Anyone considering letting their name stand for

nomination as a director should contact Roy Spence,

CEO of North Valley Credit Union to learn more

about the qualifications to be a director, the roles and

responsibilities of being a director including time

commitments, etc.

 

 


Skate Canada recognizes Meranda Pangracs

Congratulations to North Valley Credit Union’s employee Meranda Pangracs for being recognized as volunteer of the year by Skate Canada! She is much appreciated for all her contributions to Skate Esterhazy!

 

 


Angels of Hope NVCU Donation

 

 

The North Valley Credit Union “Paws for a Cause” fundraiser is over, and pictured above we see Amy MacKenzie (NVCU) presenting a donation to Sherryl Stomp (Angels of Hope Animal Rescue ) for $1,000. North Valley Credit Union would like to thank all of the members who donated to this successful fundraiser.


GREAT THINGS ARE POSSIBLE WHEN LOCAL BUSINESSES WORK TOGETHER

 


What has this last year made of you?

So, it is now a little over a year since the world we knew, the world we thought we could depend on, suddenly disappeared. The global situation has changed just about every facet of life, and at this stage, there are those who are suggesting that we won’t get back to normal until late 2022.

How has this touched your life? For some, sadly, there have been losses of loved ones. For others, it’s been their job or business that either went under or was severely compromised. Some in our area were hospitalized, and many others simply hunkered down, following the guidelines and wishing it would all be over as soon as possible. Truth be told, everybody’s experience has been unique. While phrases like “We’re all in this together” might blast from the media, in a sense we are all in this alone, because no two people view or experience this thing in exactly the same way.

And so, I pose this question. What has the last year made of you?

Read the rest of the article HERE

 


NVCU DONATES $1000 TO “OUR HOUSE”

 

Gerry Oake continues his work of helping people recover from drug addiction in the Esterhazy area.

NVCU continues to support his worthy cause. See the link below for details.

More details HERE

 


REMEMBER TO DONATE TO “PAWS FOR A CAUSE”

 

The fundraiser for Angels of Hope ends on April 30th

 

More pictures HERE

 


This April NVCU has chosen to do a fundraiser for Angels of Hope Animal Rescue. Come in and purchase a paw with your pet’s name (or your own). Any donation is welcome, big or small.

More info HERE

 


 


SCAMMER WARNING

Here is a warning from NVCU, with links to the government of Canada publications.

 

HERE

 

 


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/THANK YOU

 

The Esterhazy Royal Canadian Legion would like to thank all who took part in the search for Harold Nilson, one of our Legion members. The command centre was set up at the Legion and we also want to thank Jen Zich at the Bowling Alley for supplying lunch and to Tim Horton’s for supplying coffee and dainties. We also want to thank the RCMP, Search and Rescue and a number of volunteers for their efforts.

The Royal Canadian Legion is grateful for everyone who participated in this search and wishes to express its sincere condolences on the loss of Harold Nilson.

Sincerely,
The President and Executive Members of
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 249