The High Prairie Zirka Dancers performed for residents at Pleasantview Lodge Jan. 9. The performance was the first for many Zirkas this year and a trial run for their big show Jan. 17 at the Malanka celebration at the Stampede Grounds. Left-right are Junior dancers Kelsi Smith, Cohen Lussier and Amy Zabolotniuk. Behind is Hope Keshen. The Vohon Dancers will also be performing at Malanka. Tickets are $15 for children 3-14 years and $30 for youth over 15 years and adults. Doors open at 5 p.m., supper at 5:30 p.m. with dancing to follow. Tickets are available at Clean Fresh Landry or by calling Heather Cisaroski at 780-523-4794.
Funding sought for Seal Lake Road
Northern Sunrise County has submitted a resource road program funding application to the provincial government for the Seal Lake Connector Road.
Ad hoc health committee seeks funding
An ad hoc committee for the Centre of Training and Excellence has been established to seek funding for its construction on the new hospital site.
M.D. lends peace officer helping hand
A new device will be purchased by the M.D. of Big Lakes this year to locate problem areas regarding speeding.
PRJH roars back in second half
A nine-point fourth quarter propelled the Prairie River Raiders boy’s basketball team to a hard-fought 31-28 win over the Valleyview Hillside Cougars Jan. 7.
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