Rain needed in Pangman for the crops

By Debbie Kessler / Weyburn Review
July 23, 2014 01:00 AM

Pangman (cpd) - High winds and a small amount of rain fell during the early morning hours of July 18. Rainfall is needed in the Pangman area, as some crops are burning up.

Bob Morrow from Moose Jaw and his son Wes Morrow from B.C., spent the afternoon of July 13 visiting Bob's sister Vi Kessler at the Deep South Personal Care Home, and his nieces Valerie Heustis and Darlene Kessler.

Erin Kessler and her sons Maddox and Jaxson, and Debbie Kessler returned home on July 13 after spending the weekend visiting Debbie's niece Laura and Dave Wagner and their son Maxton in Kindersley.

A lot of people attended a hamburger fundraiser at the Pangman Co-op, held on June 12 to raise funds for the Pangman Swimming Pool.

The swimming pool is open for the summer months. The second set of swimming lessons will be held from Monday, Aug. 11 to Friday, Aug. 15. Donations for the new pool liner are still being received, with the Radville Second Hand Shop recently donating $500.

Four residents of the Deep South Personal Care Home participated in their weekly 10-frame bowling tournament on July 16. Gerry Taylor placed first with 129 points, Ada Murray took second with 118 points, and Mary Hazen finished third with 63 points.

There were six residents of the home who participated in the weekly 10-frame bean bag tournament on July 15. Betty Crowley placed first with 51 points, Gerry Taylor and Ada Murray tied second with 50 points, and Muriel Horner finished third with 48 points.

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