MS WALK MAY 29
You might be aware that our area has a higher prevalence of MS than the rest of the countr , but did ou know we actually have one of the highest rates in the world? In just
under 3 weeks, Eastend will host its first MS Walk since
COVID struck. Please help raise awareness by adding the
hashtag #MSWALK to your social media posts during the
month of May.
Share and visit this short url to be taken to the Eastend MS
Walk homepage where you can sign up or donate :
Though it is still technically Spring until June 21, the landfill has moved to Summer hours starting May 7. The landfill will now be open 9am-4:30pm Monday-Saturday except holiday weekends.
SHAUNAVON WILDLIFE HONOURS BOB ALLEMAND
One of the important aspects of living in rural areas is the connection to nature and wildlife conservation. The goal is maintaining a balance of healthy wildlife population growth and control for the good of the ecosystem. Different aspects of conservation include preservation of endangered species (like the Burrowing Owl), population control of predators, as well as habitat preservation among many others. Bob Allemand of Shaunavon was recognized in this regard for his extraordinary and unique term of service as Official Measurer for the Shaunavon Wildlife Federation. Bob was honoured for his contributions during 50 years of service. That makes him the longest serving Official Measurer in the province of Saskatchewan. That is an amazing feat. Congratulations to Bob for the recognition of service and his impressive dedication.
ART WITH EQUITY CONTINUES
The show's over at the Grand Coteau, but we are dedicated to sharing the works of the residents here. This week have just one inclusion from Jimmy Hirons, an acrylic piece on canvas.
Thanks to Joan for the photos.