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Volunteers Ready Curling Rink for 2017/18 Season

Thank you to Wim, Robert, Taylor Dutton, Sean Dutton, Matt Jones, Karlah Rae Rudolph, Dan, Glen Mollenback, Roman, Mark Kettner, and Kelsey Dutton who came out last night to put the houses and lines down. Without everyone’s help, this would have been a two-day job.

Thank you to all of our volunteers who have helped so far this year and previous years. Gull Lake wouldn’t have a Curling Rink without you!

Source: Gull Lake and District Curling Rink

Grade 8 Students Help Out at the Skating Rink

The Gull Lake School Grade 8 Career Class were very busy yesterday giving the Rink a thorough cleaning. The class started cleaning last week and finished the job today. Recreation Director Sara Kuntz said, “the students did a fantastic job cleaning the rink getting it ready for the season”.

The Gull Lake Rink Board extends thanks to the Grade 8 students for all their help it was very much appreciated.

Gull Lake Rink Board

Tourism Committee Welcomes Three New Members

This year three Tourism Committee members terms are up, and they will be stepping down at the end of the year. The three outgoing members are Peggy Willman, Betsy Coonie, and Alice Buck. They will be replaced by Crystal Munt, Kathy Nelson, and Kurtis Cooke. The new members will be attending meetings this fall and will officially take over in January 2017.

The committee has done a great job promoting and sponsoring events in Gull Lake. Last year, the committee helped fund the Winterfest Event, and this year is contributed $5,000.00 to support the Canada 150 Celebrations. The committee also had Wi-fi installed at the campground. Thanks to the committee a summer student has been employed for the second year ensuring regular hours of operation for the museum.

The Tourism Committee Members for 2018 will be as follows:

Feona Brodie-Sorenson
Steve Haithwaite
Ed Lowenberger
Richard Mead
Tim Temoshawsky
Derrick Wiebe
Crystal Munt
Kathy Nelson
Kirtis Cooke

Big thanks to outgoing Chairperson Peggy Willman, Betsy Coonie, and Alice Buck for all their help on the committee.

Town Council

Fire Chief Bentley Gibson to Receive the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal

Fire Chief Bentley Gibson will receive the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal at Government House next Tuesday. Bentley has been with the Fire Department for 35 years (27 years as Fire Chief).

The Protective Services Medal recognizes exemplary long service for individuals working directly to protect Saskatchewan citizens.

Town Council congratulates Chief Gibson on receiving this well-deserved medal.

Mayor Campbell

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