Monthly Archives: July 2015

Saskatchewan drilling outlook improves slightly

Saskatchewan should see 1,660 oil and gas wells drilled this year, less than half the wells forecast last fall, but 155 more than forecast in April, the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) said in its latest forecast update released Thursday. While Saskatchewan and B.C. should do slightly better than PSAC’s April forecast, Alberta and Manitoba are expected to underperform, with significantly few wells drilled than forecast three months ago.

via Leader-Post – Business

Winners of the 2015 Communities in Bloom Competitions

This week the winners of the various Communities in Bloom Competitions were revealed. Chairman Ed Lowenberger and Mayor Blake Campbell took some time to present the winners with a sign to post in their yard and a small gift.  The winners are as follows:

Business Flower Pot Competition

Town of Gull Lake Office Staff

Sara Kuntz (Left) & Ed Lowenberger (Right)

Backyard Competition

Kim Holizki

 Tianna Holizki, Jalayna Holizki, Kim Holizki, and Ed Lowenberger

Curb Appeal Competition

Lee McNabb

 Ed Lowenberger (Right) & Lee McNabb (Right)

Floral Display Competition

Gull Lake Special Care Home Ladies Auxiliary

Ed Lownberger, Shelley Dawson-Briere (Manager Gull Lake Special Care Centre), Rhonda Bradley (Gull Lake Special Care Home Ladies Auxiliary)

Vegetable Garden Competition

Lee McNabb

Ed Lowenberger (Left) & Lee McNabb (Right)

The Communities in Bloom Committee would like to extend a big thanks to all the contestants that competed in this year’s competitions. Congratulations to all of the winners, and special thanks to our judges Cheryle Grimshaw and Dianne Robinson

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