Barbara Neumeier reappointed to Esterhazy Housing Authority

Barbara Neumeier has been reappointed to the Esterhazy Housing Authority Board of Directors. Other members of the board of directors are Dianne Schwalm, Nancy Johnson, Elaine Kacsmar and Michael Bewcyk. Bewcyk is chairperson.

The Esterhazy Housing Authority is a community-based organization that provides daily management of 122 housing units constructed and operated under the terms of a federal provincial municipal cost sharing agreement.

Social Services Minister, Paul Merriman, paid tribute to the volunteers who manage the social housing projects in their community. “This local hands-on approach ensures that the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation responds effectively to the needs of each community.”

Saskatchewan has a network of 260 housing authorities and more than 1,400 volunteer members who assist with management of housing units throughout the province for seniors, low income families and persons with disabilities.

Persons interested in volunteering to serve on the board of directors for the Esterhazy Housing Authority are encouraged to contact the mayor of Esterhazy. A local nominating committee recommends board members.

Applications for accommodation are available from the manager of the Esterhazy Housing Authority.

Have you picked up the latest Miner-Journal?

North Valley Credit Union, and EsterhazyOnline, are supporters of the Miner-Journal newspaper, and we encourage our site visitors to be MJ readers too. Here are the headlines from the current edition of the paper.

  • Break & Enter results in one gun shot victim
  • Mayor’s Corner and Spy Hill News
  • Esterhazy Flyers update
  • NVCU donation to Macdonald School
  • John Martin reaches 60 years with the Legion
  • October Skater of the Month
  • Obituary for Derek Copp – Vice principal for EHS
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Government provides funding to help find missing children
  • Moonlight Madness set for Thursday, Dec. 7 – Watch for Posters

Pick up a copy at the grocery stores, pharmacies, all gas stations in Esterhazy. Or, at Stockholm Foods, Tantallon Co-op, Langenburg Pharmasave, and Churchbridge Co-op. You can also buy one at the Miner-Journal office.

What’s in the Miner-Journal newspaper next week?

North Valley Credit Union, and EsterhazyOnline, are supporters of the Miner-Journal newspaper. Therefore, each week we will publish the headlines for the upcoming edition of the paper. We encourage our readers to be MJ readers too. Here are the headlines from NEXT WEEK’S Miner-Journal newspaper.

  • The Kindness Rocks Project
  • Kerr’s book is spreading positive energy worldwide
  • Skate Esterhazy represents at Sask Open Invitational
  • Flu clinics announced
  • National School Safety Week
  • Bowling Report
  • PotashCorp Scissor Creek expansion complete
  • Drug trafficking charges leads to prison sentence
  • Esterhazy Chicken Chef holds grand opening
  • New Wildlife Management Survey App available
  • EHS academic awards
  • Crop report

Pick up a copy next week at the grocery stores, pharmacies, all gas stations in Esterhazy. Or, at Stockholm Foods, Tantallon Co-op, Langenburg Pharmasave, and Churchbridge Co-op. You can also buy one at the Miner-Journal office.

What’s in the Miner-Journal newspaper next week?

North Valley Credit Union, and EsterhazyOnline, are supporters of the Miner-Journal newspaper. Therefore, each week we will publish the headlines for the upcoming edition of the paper. We encourage our readers to be MJ readers too. Here are the headlines from NEXT WEEK’S Miner-Journal newspaper.

  • Last Chance Cafe in Stockholm offering A Taste of Home
  • Betty Singer’s gives heartfelt performance at maple leaf theatre
  • Jim Shivak’s 90th birthday celebration
  • Lions Club Trail Ride
  • 33rd annual Cross Country Run
  • TVRC attends Saskatchewan Riding Clubs Finals
  • Skate Esterhazy wraps up off season training
  • Local competitors attend Manitoba Barrel Racing Finals
  • Potash Corp donates van to Big Brothers Big Sisters

Pick up a copy next week at the grocery stores, pharmacies, all gas stations in Esterhazy. Or, at Stockholm Foods, Tantallon Co-op, Langenburg Pharmasave, and Churchbridge Co-op. You can also buy one at the Miner-Journal office.

What’s in the Miner-Journal next week?

North Valley Credit Union, and EsterhazyOnline, are supporters of the Miner-Journal newspaper. Therefore, each week we will publish the headlines for the upcoming edition of the paper. We encourage our readers to be MJ readers too. Here are the headlines from NEXT WEEK’S Miner-Journal newspaper.

  • Mosaic Mine Rescue team wins two trophies at National competition
  • Mosaic Company holds open house for K3-K1 conveyor
  • Saskatchewan Protective Services Medals presented to Esterhazy Fire
    Fighters
  • Rocanville Disc Golf holds CDI Doubles Classic
  • 4-H hosts free kid’s quilting craft table
  • Esterhazy Community Museum celebrates “Culture Days” Canada 150
  • Harvest winding down in area

Pick up a copy next week at the grocery stores, pharmacies, all gas stations in Esterhazy. Or, at Stockholm Foods, Tantallon Co-op, Langenburg Pharmasave, and Churchbride Co-op. You can also buy one at the Miner-Journal office.

Youth and adult curling clinics announced

Attention curlers… Want to improve your game? Here’s your chance!

Curling clinics have been arranged for both adults and juniors at the end of October. According to Mark Weiss, “We are having SaskCurl come out for a 2 day clinic the end of October.  Two days for kids and one night for adults. Youth is the same as adult in terms of a cost $10 per person attending.  Names can be emailed or called into me as per the poster.”

Junior curling clinic runs on both Oct 28 and Oct 29, and will feature instruction on:-

  • Basic Sliding Techniques (Line of delivery, balance, PVC devices)
  • Mental focus
  • Sweeping (What sweeping does, technique)
  • And more

The adult clinic is being held on Oct 28 only. See the posters below for details.

 

Esterhazy Community Museum Celebrates “Culture Days” Canada 150

Submitted by Dianne Kirby (President Esterhazy Community Museum)

The day may have been cool and damp, but many hardy representatives of Filipino culture, Polish ancestry, German roots, Finnish background, Hungarian ethnicity and Czech culture came out for a morning of celebration. The Historical park area was alive with the host cultures sharing ethnic food, costumes, music, language, artifacts, history, stories, maps, flags, and dolls. It was a morning of festivity.

As we wind down the Friday Farmer’s Market, alongside Canada 150, the blending of recent ethnic cultures with traditional pioneer ways breathes life and excitement into the community of Esterhazy to create a truly diverse Multicultural awakening.

See the pictures (and captions) in the gallery below. Click any image to open the viewer.

 

 

What’s in the Miner-Journal newspaper next week?

 

North Valley Credit Union, and EsterhazyOnline, are supporters of the Miner-Journal newspaper. Therefore, each week we will publish the headlines for the upcoming edition of the paper. We encourage our readers to be MJ readers too. Here are the headlines from NEXT WEEK’S Miner-Journal newspaper.

  • Twin Valley Riding Club rodeo and results
  • $160,000 to be invested in shoreline at Crooked Lake
  • Mosaic Open House for K3 to K1 conveyor
  • Orenda Healing hosts women’s self care retreat
  • Motivational speaker and musician Robb Nash to appear at EHS
  • Charity Golf raises $207,000 for hospital fund
  • Shot fired at West End

Pick up a copy next week at the grocery stores, pharmacies, all gas stations in Esterhazy. Or, at Stockholm Foods, Tantallon Co-op, Langenburg Pharmasave, and Churchbride Co-op. You can also buy one at the Miner-Journal office.