Hope Honour and Heroes 3rd Annual Mental Health Walk will take place on Saturday, May 5


The third “Hope, Honour, and Heroes” Annual Mental Health Walk will take place on Saturday, May 5th at Macdonald School in Stockholm. This year the event has partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association, with proceeds going to the CMHA Regina Branch as well as Macdonald School’s Mental Health Initiatives.

Mental illness is no joke, and it is far more prevalent than society likes to admit. According to the event’s website, “Mental Illnesses are surprisingly common in children and youth. Unfortunately, only one in five kids and teens in Canada who need mental health treatment can get it. There are many reasons for this. Parents and caregivers can have mixed feelings about getting their children help for their mental illness. They may worry about being blamed for their child’s change in behaviour, or they worry about what treatments may be tried. Mental illnesses can be frightening, and many people worry what others will think if they talk about their experiences. The good news is that mental illnesses can be treated successfully, and early treatment can help reduce the impact of a mental illness on your child’s life.”

See the original EsterhazyOnline gallery from the 2016 event below. Click any image to open the viewer. Also so the website at www.hopehonourheroes.com

EHS Football Field and Track Upgrade Project

NOTE:- Article revised because original press release from GSSD did not mention the timescale of the Mosaic donation, and it was easy to misinterpret that the donation had only just been made when it was in fact made last year.


GSSD has announced the Football Field & Track Upgrade Project at EHS, and donations are now being sought from both corporate entities and individuals.   Below are excerpts from an official information release, and the full PDF documents may be accessed at the bottom of this page.

The Esterhazy football field and track has been in desperate need of upgrades for years and lacks proper drainage making it difficult to use much of the time. Esterhazy is the hub of our junior and senior football program drawing students from Stockholm, Dubuc, Atwater, Langenburg, Churchbridge, Gerald, Yarbo, Spy Hill, and Tantallon. We also host an annual district track meet in Esterhazy for students from these communities as well.

We are very thankful for Mosaic’s $50,000 donation to get us started! This exciting project includes excavation of the existing field with proper grading, drainage, and compaction; and installation of a pop‐up sprinkler system. Materials required include top soil, grass seed, concrete, and shale. To date, the field has been professionally surveyed, specifications have been received, and we are in the process of inviting local tenders for a general contractor. This is estimated to be approximately $200,000; therefore, we are very grateful for any donations in the form of labour, materials, and/or money.

Major contributors will be recognized on signage located in a prominent location on the football field. We are grateful for any donations of any amount, and receipts will be provided for anything over $20. Cheques should be payable to Good Spirit School Division and note it is for the EHS Football Field and Track project. The first 50 who donate over $1000 get their choice of a game worn jersey or helmet from the Warriors as a keepsake.

PDF Documents:-

  1. Football and Track Project Upgrade Information Document
  2. Advertisement for Sponsorship Information



Stockholm town-wide garage sale announced

Stockholm Town Wide Garage Sale Day!
Saturday, May 26th, from 9 am to 3 pm.

$5 to have your sale added to the map and advertised.

Registration can be done at the Stockholm Saskatchewan Public Library:
Monday’s and Wednesday’s 4-7pm
Thursday’s 9am- 5pm.

All sales must be registered and paid for by May 24th.

For more information please contact any Rec Board Member

Kyla Cook
Jared Cook
Jenna Toth
Leanne Zemlak
Michelle Banga
Blondena Merritt
Rebecca Banga



Our year end show starts Thursday April 26, 2018, at 7pm at the Esterhazy High School Senior Gym

As done in previous years, carnations will be available to purchase for $3 per stem. We will have used equipment for sale, as well as new backpacks and water bottles. We will have a 50/50 sale, and a silver collection at the door.

Also, thanks to some very generous donors – we have certainly amped up our raffle table this year! Be prepared to put your name in for some great prizes!

Our gymnasts work hard all year in anticipation of this event, please come out and show your support.


As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Skate Esterhazy’s season comes to an end

(Article and Pictures Submitted)

On March 27th members of the star skate and competitive program were given the opportunity to perform one last time in front of family and friends. After the on ice presentation, skaters and coaches proceeded upstairs where they enjoyed a potluck supper organized by the senior skaters. After the supper, family and friends joined them where the annual awards/badges were presented.

Test badges were presented to those skaters that completed tests, as well as Skate Esterhazy recognized the Canskate program assistants as well as graduate Kaydence Banga. Teams of the year were presented with team 2 winning with a total of 367 points. First year skater of the year, sponsored by the coaches was presented to Brielle Fuhr. Brielle also took home the recreational skater of the year award which was sponsored by Skate Esterhazy. Skaters choice, sponsored by the coaches went to Marty Haubrich. The last award and most prestigious award, sponsored by Josephine and the Late Harry Moore was won by Alexa Nagy. Runners up were Michael Romanchook, Cayleigh Banga and Skylar Pangracs.

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Skating News update

Skate Esterhazy members continued to keep busy during the month of March.

On March 10th Marty traveled to Saskatoon to take part in the rehearsal for the Saskatchewan Stars On Ice Tour which would begin in Spiritwood on the 11th, followed by performances in Shaunavon, Estevan and Leroy. Every year members of the Skate Saskatchewan High Performance Team tour the province to provide entertainment to communities that have to bid to host. Team members not only put on a great show but they also tour the local schools as well as help out with the local clubs.

The year end test day was held in Yorkton on Friday March 23 with the following passing tests:

Andy Romanchook: Junior Silver Freeskate Part A and 14 Step

Mike Romanchook: Junior Silver Freeskate Part B, Senior Bronze Skills, 14Step, European and Keats Foxtrot

Tessa Helmeczi: 14Step

Sara Heise: 14Step

Shelby Heise: Jr Silver Skills and Blues

Skating update

The Jean Norman/STARSkate competition took place in Swift Current on March 2-4. Skate Esterhazy had great representation with six skaters bringing home a total of 9 medals. Below are the results:-

  • Cayleigh Banga: 8th in star 6 jumps flight 1, 5th in star 6 freeskate flight 2, 7th in star 6 spins flight 1
  • Kaydence Banga: 1st in star 6 spins flight 3, 7th in gold interpretive, 6th in star 5 freeskate, 6th in star 5 jumps flight 3
  • Alexa Nagy: 2nd in star 7/8 Jumps, 3rd in star 6 spins, 9th in star 7 freeskate
  • Skylar Pangracs: 2nd in star 4 spins, 1st in star 4 jumps, 2nd in star 4 freeskate
  • Braida LeNouail: 1st in gold spins, 2nd in gold interpretive
  • Tessa Helmeczi: 5th in Juvenile U12 spins, 2nd in Juvenile U12 jumps, 6th in Juvenile U12 freeskate
  • Marty Haubrich also had a busy weekend as he traveled to Gull Lake to assist the Skate Saskatchewan section with the annual Black Boots seminar.


L-R: Tessa Helmeczi, Cayleigh Banga, Kaydence Banga, Braida LeNouail, Alexa Nagy, Skylar Pangracs