Ghost Pine News - September 7, 2016

School is back in session and families seem to settle into a routine when that happens. It seems too bad we can’t get the weatherman into a routine of sunshine for awhile!

Ruth Andrews has just returned from a six week holiday in the Smith Falls area of Ontario. She had good visits with her two brothers and their families as well as other relatives and friends there.

Sympathy of the community goes out to Melba Kopjar and family, as her husband Andy passed away. His funeral will be on Sat., Sept. 10.

The whist players played on August 25. It was like a tug-of-war. Those who stood firm were Allen Huxley, Bonnie Richardson, Sharon Lee and Mic King. Those who were tugged down were Art Luijkx, Sandra Meding, John Tullikopf and Doreen Varga.

On Sept. 1, they were back at it. Those who had a bountiful harvest were John Tullikopf, Sharon Lee, Bonnie Richardson and Pearl Hansen. Those who ere hailed out were Art Luijkx, Doreen Varga, Inaka Bolt, and Sharon Cooper.

Doug and Gayle Parker were happy to have their daughter Amy Lemke and children, Dylan and Abbey come out from Calgary to have fun on the farm before going back to school.