Classifieds

Services

Biggar & District ARTS Council are available for bar tending services at your functions/events. Contact Denise @ 306-948-2452


If YOU are…
• NEW to our communities of Biggar/Landis/Perdue
• Have a new baby
Call WELCOME WAGON
at 306-948-3837, Sheila Itterman
We have gifts and information
www.welcomewagon.ca



Real Estate

Charter/Sherwood Apartments
1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom
Heat and water supplied, wired for cable TV and satellite systems, laundry facilities, appliances, some suites with dishwashers, air conditioning, parking with plug-ins.
For more information call: Karen/Kevin, 306-948-9115
302 - 8th Ave. W., Biggar



Obituaries

Joy SHERBINO (nee Kilback)
February 11, 1936 - September 27, 2018
Joy was born in Biggar, Sask. on February 11, 1936 to Andrew and Edith Kilback. She grew up in Biggar where she attended school completing her Grade 12.
Joy married Charles Sherbino in 1953. He worked as a CN Conductor. They had two children, Kirk (Joyce), and Laurie (Tom). John had seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles; her parents, Andrew and Edith Kilback; and her grandson, Nathan Schweder.
Joy worked as a care aide at Diamond Lodge for approximately ten years. She also worked at various retail stores in town over the years.
She loved to play cards, especially crib. She greatly enjoyed familhy get-togethers, where she often supplied the meal and delicious desserts! She cherished time with family and often said that family was the most important thing to her in the world.
Joy moved to Biggar Health Centre Long Term Care in June 2015. She passed away September 27, 2018 at the age of 82. She will be missed dearly by her family and all those close to her.
A Private Graveside Service will be held at a later date.
Grondin Funeral Services, Biggar entrusted with arrangements, "Our family serving your family since 1963", 306-948-2669, www.biggarfuneralservices.com


Jack Lawrence PICH
April 6, 1940 – October 9, 2018
It is with great sadness that Jack’s family announce his sudden and unexpected passing on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at the age of 78 due to a heart attack while doing what he loved, driving the combine to bring in the harvest.
Jack is survived by his wife, Lois; his daughter, Kelly; his son-in-law, Darcy; his sister, Gladys; many extended family members and was affectionately known as “Papa Jack” to Lois’ extended family. Jack was predeceased by his first wife, Patricia; his sisters, Marjorie and Georgina and his brother, Harry.
A Celebration of Life with family and friends gathering to reminisce about a wonderful husband, father and friend to so many was held Monday, October 15, 2018 at the Czech Community Hall, a place which held many wonderful memories for Jack. Interment took place the following day at the Rosetown Cemetery.
If you wish, donations in Jack’s memory can be made to the Czech Community Hall, P.O. Box 1527, Biggar SK, S0K 0M0 or the Rosetown & District Health Centre Foundation, P.O. Box 653, Rosetown, SK, S0L 2V0. To send online condolences please visit shanidarfuneralservices.com. Arrangements entrusted to Pierre A. Charpentier.
A tribute to Dad -
Written by Kelly Tomyn (daughter of Jack)
Dad left this world while doing what he loved, driving the combine to bring in the harvest, something he had done, and had enjoyed doing, for the last 66 years. He left us quickly, just like the way he drove that new black Chevy in his younger days, or the way he would abruptly end his phone calls by saying “Ok, well, we’ll talk to you again” and then just hang up! He didn’t suffer... and as someone said when they learned of Dad’s passing, “I guess you couldn’t have asked for a better way to ‘move it on over’, now could you?”
When someone is in the same community for 78 years like Dad was, roots run deep. Long and loyal friendships are formed, you touch the lives of many, and in turn, many lives touch yours. It’s impossible to summarize an entire life into a few words.
Jack Lawrence Pich or “Jackie” as his older sisters affectionately called him throughout his entire life was born on April 6, 1940 in the Rosetown Hospital, Rosetown, Sask. He was the youngest of five children born to Louis Pich and Albina Vasichek. Dad was a very tiny baby.... records showed that he received emergency baptism at the hospital from Nurse Beatrice Pravada. But that was likely the first and only time in his life that anyone would describe Dad as being “tiny”!
Dad was born at a time when everyone had large families and the older children cared for their younger siblings. This was especially important for young Jack, because, as it would turned out, his Mom would pass away at the age of 36, and when he was only 2 ? years old. His sister Marjorie, who was 18 years older than him, and his sister Georgina, who was 17 years older than him, helped raise little brother “Jackie” in his early years.
Dad chose farming as his career at an early age. By the time he was a young teenager, he was living out at the farm rather than in Rosetown at the Pich house. Living on a farm, rather than in town, was always for him.
Even though Dad had to leave school to go farm before he wrote his grade 10 exams, he did math in his head like a snap. One of his strong suits was calculating gas mileage in his head and then quizzing his son-in-law Darcy about what he got for mileage! For things he didn’t compute in his head, he used my old university pocket calculator... and only Dad could use that calculator.... because he had worn most of the labels off the buttons from using it so much!
Dad mentioned that this year would mark his 66th year on the combine to help with the harvest.... we can’t even start to calculate how many bushels he would have thrashed or how many rounds in the field he would have made. Combine technology had come a long ways since he first started riding them as a boy, and Dad loved all the bells and whistles that those big John Deere’s offered now.
Dad could be described as a “deep thinker”... he often seemed to be quietly figuring things out in his head, calculating something, tracking bills or making lists of things to do around the farm. He was always making notes in small “notepads” that could be found throughout the house. And he always kept one of those notepads in the breast pocket of his work-shirt.
From my Grandfather, Louis, Dad inherited the traits of being a quiet, hardworking, no-nonsense man; that is how family history books described my Grandfather. If there was a fire in the neighbor’s field, Dad was there. If someone needed a hand getting harvest done, Dad would answer the call. If someone had a casing bowl or waterline for their cattle freeze up, they would call Jack’s Backhoe Service and Dad would be there with his hoe. You could rely on him to help out, to get things done and to sit for a coffee and a visit when the work was done. On occasion, I believe stronger drinks than coffee were consumed during these visits!
But we all knew another side to Dad; those traits he inherited from his mother, who passed away before he really ever knew her. Family history books describe Dad’s mother, Albina, as having a “jovial disposition” and as someone who “wasn’t afraid to laugh at herself or share a laugh with others”. All of us will miss Dad’s jolly smile and his belly laughs.
No-one laughed as long, or as loud, as Dad himself did when he retold stories about the crazy antics he and his friends did over the years. It’s those stories and memories that we all hold dear, and what will help us all through this.
In 1964, Jack married Patricia Mescall, whose family had also homesteaded in the Marriott area. Some of the happiest times for my Dad and Mom were attending dances at the Czech Hall, which featured a local orchestra playing lively polka music and huge crowds. Oh yes, and everyone had a bottle or two outside in the trunk of their car for “socializing”. My Dad and Mom were married for 47 years until Mom’s passing in 2012.
In 1965, Dad and Mom welcomed me, their “pride and joy” and only daughter, to the world. I could often be found at my Dad’s side.... on the skidoo, with him at the neighbours for a visit, out feeding the pigs, or riding around with him on farm machinery. Later during my school years, there were too many times to count that I would look over to the stands during my basketball or volleyball games and there would be Mom and Dad, cheering on our team.
In 1990, Dad and Mom gained a son-in-law when Kelly and Darcy were married.... Dad always took a real interest in knowing what both Darcy and I did for work and my Dad’s pride for his daughter and son-in-law was evident to anyone who knew him.
And music, music, music..... especially Old Time Polka Music, was a big part of Dad’s life. If he wasn’t at a hall dancing to it, he was by a radio or a CD player listening to it. Just recently, while combining out in the field, Dad made an “urgent call” over the two-way radio to Colin to come over and set the combine radio, so he wouldn’t miss listening to “Saturday Night Old-Time Dance Party” while he was harvesting!
Everyone in Dad’s life was delighted when he found happiness with Lois and they were married in 2014. Dad and Lois lived a lifetime of experiences in the relatively short time they were together. They didn’t let the grass grow under their feet. Dad and Lois cherished their wedding dance at the Czech Hall and joined their friends from the Biggar Dance Club at dances in Biggar, Landis, Ruthilda, and even to Danceland in Watrous. They shared a common passion for many things, and took pleasure in life’s simple things.... be it caring for their yard and bountiful vegetable garden, playing cards, dancing to Old time polka music or visiting casinos both near and far.
Simply spending time with family, friends and neighbours at planned events or “kitchen-table” get-togethers was something they both enjoyed. Dad and Lois supported each other, took care of each other, shared some laughs and shared some tears. As one of Dad’s lifelong friends put it, “Where you saw one, you saw the other”.
Everyone will miss Dad in their own way. Words can’t describe what Lois, Darcy and I are feeling with the sudden and unexpected loss of the husband and father that we so dearly loved.
And let’s not forget that there is a special cat named Tiger that is likely wondering why Dad isn’t sitting in his easy chair and brushing his fur like he used to...
But Dad would want us to carry on, so we all try to find comfort by thinking of the following... Even though we won’t have another chance to “hit it big” at the slot machines with Dad in Vegas or at a local casino... we can still smile when we play a turn in his memory.
Even though Dad won’t be there to tell us what make, model and year an antique car is by simply looking at its tail lights... we can still appreciate how beautiful those old cars look, like he did.
Even though friends and family won’t hear Dad’s voice on the other end of the phone asking us how much rain we got, or whether the grain tested dry... or ask why we thought those Blue Jays, those Roughriders or those Curlers just made such a stupid play... we can still strive to have a passion for, and be content with, life’s simple things, like he was.
Even though Dad’s famous Sunday pancakes won’t be on the breakfast table anymore... we can still laugh out loud when we add his “not so secret” ingredient, Bailey’s Irish Cream, to our batch!
AND, most important of all... Even though Dad can no longer physically put his arms around friends and family or give us a fun loving swat on the shoulder... he is there with us and will always be there with us.



Joy SHERBINO (nee Kilback)
February 11, 1936 - September 27, 2018
Joy was born in Biggar, Sask. on February 11, 1936 to Andrew and Edith Kilback. She grew up in Biggar where she attended school completing her Grade 12.
Joy married Charles Sherbino in 1953. He worked as a CN Conductor. They had two children, Kirk (Joyce), and Laurie (Tom). John had seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles; her parents, Andrew and Edith Kilback; and her grandson, Nathan Schweder.
Joy worked as a care aide at Diamond Lodge for approximately ten years. She also worked at various retail stores in town over the years.
She loved to play cards, especially crib. She greatly enjoyed familhy get-togethers, where she often supplied the meal and delicious desserts! She cherished time with family and often said that family was the most important thing to her in the world.
Joy moved to Biggar Health Centre Long Term Care in June 2015. She passed away September 27, 2018 at the age of 82. She will be missed dearly by her family and all those close to her.
A Private Graveside Service will be held at a later date.
Grondin Funeral Services, Biggar entrusted with arrangements, "Our family serving your family since 1963", 306-948-2669, www.biggarfuneralservices.com


Jack Lawrence PICH
April 6, 1940 – October 9, 2018
It is with great sadness that Jack’s family announce his sudden and unexpected passing on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at the age of 78 due to a heart attack while doing what he loved, driving the combine to bring in the harvest.
Jack is survived by his wife, Lois; his daughter, Kelly; his son-in-law, Darcy; his sister, Gladys; many extended family members and was affectionately known as “Papa Jack” to Lois’ extended family. Jack was predeceased by his first wife, Patricia; his sisters, Marjorie and Georgina and his brother, Harry.
A Celebration of Life with family and friends gathering to reminisce about a wonderful husband, father and friend to so many was held Monday, October 15, 2018 at the Czech Community Hall, a place which held many wonderful memories for Jack. Interment took place the following day at the Rosetown Cemetery.
If you wish, donations in Jack’s memory can be made to the Czech Community Hall, P.O. Box 1527, Biggar SK, S0K 0M0 or the Rosetown & District Health Centre Foundation, P.O. Box 653, Rosetown, SK, S0L 2V0. To send online condolences please visit shanidarfuneralservices.com. Arrangements entrusted to Pierre A. Charpentier.
A tribute to Dad -
Written by Kelly Tomyn (daughter of Jack)
Dad left this world while doing what he loved, driving the combine to bring in the harvest, something he had done, and had enjoyed doing, for the last 66 years. He left us quickly, just like the way he drove that new black Chevy in his younger days, or the way he would abruptly end his phone calls by saying “Ok, well, we’ll talk to you again” and then just hang up! He didn’t suffer... and as someone said when they learned of Dad’s passing, “I guess you couldn’t have asked for a better way to ‘move it on over’, now could you?”
When someone is in the same community for 78 years like Dad was, roots run deep. Long and loyal friendships are formed, you touch the lives of many, and in turn, many lives touch yours. It’s impossible to summarize an entire life into a few words.
Jack Lawrence Pich or “Jackie” as his older sisters affectionately called him throughout his entire life was born on April 6, 1940 in the Rosetown Hospital, Rosetown, Sask. He was the youngest of five children born to Louis Pich and Albina Vasichek. Dad was a very tiny baby.... records showed that he received emergency baptism at the hospital from Nurse Beatrice Pravada. But that was likely the first and only time in his life that anyone would describe Dad as being “tiny”!
Dad was born at a time when everyone had large families and the older children cared for their younger siblings. This was especially important for young Jack, because, as it would turned out, his Mom would pass away at the age of 36, and when he was only 2 ? years old. His sister Marjorie, who was 18 years older than him, and his sister Georgina, who was 17 years older than him, helped raise little brother “Jackie” in his early years.
Dad chose farming as his career at an early age. By the time he was a young teenager, he was living out at the farm rather than in Rosetown at the Pich house. Living on a farm, rather than in town, was always for him.
Even though Dad had to leave school to go farm before he wrote his grade 10 exams, he did math in his head like a snap. One of his strong suits was calculating gas mileage in his head and then quizzing his son-in-law Darcy about what he got for mileage! For things he didn’t compute in his head, he used my old university pocket calculator... and only Dad could use that calculator.... because he had worn most of the labels off the buttons from using it so much!
Dad mentioned that this year would mark his 66th year on the combine to help with the harvest.... we can’t even start to calculate how many bushels he would have thrashed or how many rounds in the field he would have made. Combine technology had come a long ways since he first started riding them as a boy, and Dad loved all the bells and whistles that those big John Deere’s offered now.
Dad could be described as a “deep thinker”... he often seemed to be quietly figuring things out in his head, calculating something, tracking bills or making lists of things to do around the farm. He was always making notes in small “notepads” that could be found throughout the house. And he always kept one of those notepads in the breast pocket of his work-shirt.
From my Grandfather, Louis, Dad inherited the traits of being a quiet, hardworking, no-nonsense man; that is how family history books described my Grandfather. If there was a fire in the neighbor’s field, Dad was there. If someone needed a hand getting harvest done, Dad would answer the call. If someone had a casing bowl or waterline for their cattle freeze up, they would call Jack’s Backhoe Service and Dad would be there with his hoe. You could rely on him to help out, to get things done and to sit for a coffee and a visit when the work was done. On occasion, I believe stronger drinks than coffee were consumed during these visits!
But we all knew another side to Dad; those traits he inherited from his mother, who passed away before he really ever knew her. Family history books describe Dad’s mother, Albina, as having a “jovial disposition” and as someone who “wasn’t afraid to laugh at herself or share a laugh with others”. All of us will miss Dad’s jolly smile and his belly laughs.
No-one laughed as long, or as loud, as Dad himself did when he retold stories about the crazy antics he and his friends did over the years. It’s those stories and memories that we all hold dear, and what will help us all through this.
In 1964, Jack married Patricia Mescall, whose family had also homesteaded in the Marriott area. Some of the happiest times for my Dad and Mom were attending dances at the Czech Hall, which featured a local orchestra playing lively polka music and huge crowds. Oh yes, and everyone had a bottle or two outside in the trunk of their car for “socializing”. My Dad and Mom were married for 47 years until Mom’s passing in 2012.
In 1965, Dad and Mom welcomed me, their “pride and joy” and only daughter, to the world. I could often be found at my Dad’s side.... on the skidoo, with him at the neighbours for a visit, out feeding the pigs, or riding around with him on farm machinery. Later during my school years, there were too many times to count that I would look over to the stands during my basketball or volleyball games and there would be Mom and Dad, cheering on our team.
In 1990, Dad and Mom gained a son-in-law when Kelly and Darcy were married.... Dad always took a real interest in knowing what both Darcy and I did for work and my Dad’s pride for his daughter and son-in-law was evident to anyone who knew him.
And music, music, music..... especially Old Time Polka Music, was a big part of Dad’s life. If he wasn’t at a hall dancing to it, he was by a radio or a CD player listening to it. Just recently, while combining out in the field, Dad made an “urgent call” over the two-way radio to Colin to come over and set the combine radio, so he wouldn’t miss listening to “Saturday Night Old-Time Dance Party” while he was harvesting!
Everyone in Dad’s life was delighted when he found happiness with Lois and they were married in 2014. Dad and Lois lived a lifetime of experiences in the relatively short time they were together. They didn’t let the grass grow under their feet. Dad and Lois cherished their wedding dance at the Czech Hall and joined their friends from the Biggar Dance Club at dances in Biggar, Landis, Ruthilda, and even to Danceland in Watrous. They shared a common passion for many things, and took pleasure in life’s simple things.... be it caring for their yard and bountiful vegetable garden, playing cards, dancing to Old time polka music or visiting casinos both near and far.
Simply spending time with family, friends and neighbours at planned events or “kitchen-table” get-togethers was something they both enjoyed. Dad and Lois supported each other, took care of each other, shared some laughs and shared some tears. As one of Dad’s lifelong friends put it, “Where you saw one, you saw the other”.
Everyone will miss Dad in their own way. Words can’t describe what Lois, Darcy and I are feeling with the sudden and unexpected loss of the husband and father that we so dearly loved.
And let’s not forget that there is a special cat named Tiger that is likely wondering why Dad isn’t sitting in his easy chair and brushing his fur like he used to...
But Dad would want us to carry on, so we all try to find comfort by thinking of the following... Even though we won’t have another chance to “hit it big” at the slot machines with Dad in Vegas or at a local casino... we can still smile when we play a turn in his memory.
Even though Dad won’t be there to tell us what make, model and year an antique car is by simply looking at its tail lights... we can still appreciate how beautiful those old cars look, like he did.
Even though friends and family won’t hear Dad’s voice on the other end of the phone asking us how much rain we got, or whether the grain tested dry... or ask why we thought those Blue Jays, those Roughriders or those Curlers just made such a stupid play... we can still strive to have a passion for, and be content with, life’s simple things, like he was.
Even though Dad’s famous Sunday pancakes won’t be on the breakfast table anymore... we can still laugh out loud when we add his “not so secret” ingredient, Bailey’s Irish Cream, to our batch!
AND, most important of all... Even though Dad can no longer physically put his arms around friends and family or give us a fun loving swat on the shoulder... he is there with us and will always be there with us.



Notices

The residents and Activity Department of Biggar and District Health Centre would like to thank everyone for helping and coming out to our Fall Tea and Bake Sale. It was a big success because of everyone that supported us.

Thank you goes out to Tom and Barb Bissonnette and their families for donating pumpkin pies to the staff and residents of Biggar Health Centre for Thanksgiving in memory of Alphonse.



Miscellaneous

MAIN STREET GARAGE SALE is accepting donations of all items in clean and working condition. Please phone 306-948-1773 or 306-948-5393. Pick-up available.



Memoriams

KURBIS: In loving memory of brother, Gordon. I was listening to this song on the radio when I got word he had past away.
I’ve Had Choices
by George Jones
"I’ve had choices since the day that I was born
There were voices that told me right from wrong
If I had listened no I wouldn’t be here today
Living and dieing with the choices I’ve made
I was tempted by an early age I found
I like drinking oh and I never turned it down
There were loved ones but I turned them all away
Now I’m living and dieing with choices I’ve made
I guess I’m paying for the things that I have done
If I could go back oh Lord knows I’d run
But I’m still losing this game of life I play
Losing and dieing with the choices I’ve made.”
I think this describes Gordon to a tee.
Miss you, sister Jan

KURBIS: In loving memory of brother Gordon, who passed away October 25, 2017.
“Gentle in manner, patient in pain,
Our dear friend left us, Heaven to gain;
With nature so gentle and action so kind,
It’s hard in this world his equal to find.
Sweet are the memories that never fade
Of the one we loved but could not save;
Treasured are the memories ever
Of the happy hours we spent together.
‘Tis but one year, How swift it’s passed,
But still we love, As in the past.”
Remembered by brother Elmer

KURBIS: In memory of Gordon…
“We thought of you today.
But that is nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday
And days before that too.
We think of you in silence,
We often speak your name.
All we have are memories and
Your picture in a frame,
Your memory is a keepsake
From which we’ll never part.
God has you in His arms,
We have you in our hearts.”
Loved and not forgotten by us all,
the Kurbis families
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KISSICK: In loving memory of David, who passed away October 21, 2008
"Ten years have passed, our hearts still sore,
As time rolls on we miss you more,
Your welcome smile and pleasant face,
No one can fill that vacant place."
Lovingly remembered by the family



Houses

One bedroom house for rent, one block from downtown, school and college. F/S included. For viewing contact 306-948-3674/306-948-9516



HOUSE For Sale… 205 - 7th Ave. West, $270,000… bungalow with attached 2-car garage, approx. 1700 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sun room, lots of extras. For appointment, call 306-242-1691.



Employment

Biggar Housing Authority
is HIRING for
Two (2) Part-time Contract Caretaking Positions, Grounds & Building Maintenance.
Please submit résume by October 31, 2018 to… Biggar Housing Authority
Box 241, Biggar, SK S0K 0M0
Only selected applicants will be called for interviews.

TOWN OF BIGGAR
MATERNITY LEAVE POSITION
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Reporting to Council and the CAO, the Community Development Officer will play a key role in the continued growth and sustainability of our community.
The ideal candidate will possess superior written and oral communication skills and be an extremely motivated and creative individual who is able to engage with all the functions of a busy team and communicate professionally with key stakeholders. Ideally, you will have a business background and have a good understanding of place making, precinct management principles and business attraction activities within a local government environment.
With limited direction, this role will oversee the management of projects that include place activation; business attraction; economic research and investment attraction. The Officer is expected to be in regular and close contact with existing and prospective businesses.
A complete job description is available upon request.
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the Town’s website: www.townofbiggar.com for more information on the facilities and amenities of Biggar.
Interested persons are encouraged to forward a résume, including salary expectations and references no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 2, 2018 to:
Barb Barteski, CAO
Box 489
Biggar, SK S0K 0M0
Email: cao@townofbiggar.com
Phone: 306-948-3317
This posting will remain open until successfully filled;
and only those selected for an interview
will be contacted.

MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
– Perdue Branch
The core function of this position is to respond to members’ needs by providing excellent cash delivery service as well as other credit union products and services. Reporting to the Perdue Business Development Manager, this permanent, full-time position may also provide administrative support to the credit union.
The position requires a confident individual with a positive attitude toward learning and change, shows initiative, can work independently and is friendly, outgoing and reliable. Minimum Grade 12 education is required, along with cash-handling experience and a working knowledge of computers and technology. Credit union experience would be beneficial but not required.
We offer a competitive compensation package that includes group benefits, 8% matched pension plan, and a HealthCare Spending Account. You would work with a committed team in a fun, rewarding and flexible environment. Career advancement opportunities and continuous learning and development also make this a great place to work!
Our organization is very dedicated to the growth and prosperity of the community and its residents. If you would like to be part of our team, submit your resume by October 31, 2018 to:
Biggar & District Credit Union
P.O. Box 670
BIGGAR, SK S0K 0M0
Fax: 306-948-2053
Attn: Human Resources
Email: cathy.hicks@biggar.cu.sk.ca
We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those under consideration will be contacted



Coming Events

AREA CHURCH SERVICES
Biggar Associated Gospel Church
corner of 8th Ave. W. and Quebec St., Biggar
Worship Service • 10:50 a.m.
Children's Sunday School during worship service
Pastor Doug Motz, Church office phone, 306-948-3424

Biggar United Church
907 Quebec St./corner Turnbull Ave., Biggar
Sunday Worship Service • 11 a.m.
FALL SUPPER, Sunday, Oct. 28 @ Community Hall
CONCERT featuring Saskia & Darrel: The Great Plains,
Sunday, November 4
Rev. Sharon Ferguson-Hood & Aurora Coulthard
Church office phone, 306-948-2280

St. Gabriel Roman Catholic Church
109 - 7th Ave. W, Biggar Father Edward Gibney
Parish Phone: 306-948-3330
Mass time • Sundays • 11 a.m.
Sunday School during service
&
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church
Landis, Sask. Father Edward Gibney
Mass Time • Sundays • 9 a.m.

PALS October Worship Services
@ St. Paul's Church
corner of 4th Ave. East & King St., Biggar
Sunday Worship Service • 10:30 a.m.
Soup and sandwich, Sunday school after church on 1st and 3rd Sundays. Potluck after church on October 28.
Everyone Welcome!
For more info or pastoral services, phone 306-948-3731 or Pastor Sarah Mowat's cell, 306-951-7286.

Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry
Every Sunday Service • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Midweek Service • Wednesdays, 7 - 10 p.m.
Overnight Prayer • Fridays, 8 p.m. - 1 a.m.
207 Main Street, Biggar
Contact Ramil, Marilyn or Orlando, 306-951-0029
or 306-951-0095 or 306-948-3021

Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Saturday Services
Bible Study…10 a.m. Church Service… 11 a.m.
320 - 6th Ave. East, Biggar
Contact: 306-948-2481
www.amazingfacts.org



FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19: Soup/Sandwich and dessert, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., $8. at Biggar New Horizons Hall sponsored by Biggar Acacia Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, proceeds to charities.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20: 3 p.m., Ecumenical 'Harvest of Creation' Celebration, praying for the Harvest and encouraging better care for all of Creation at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Biggar, outside if weather is nice, inside if not. All are welcome.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20: Arelee Music Night, 7 p.m. at the Arelee Hall. Donations of non-perishable food and/or cash accepted for Perdue "Secret Santa", Saskatoon Food Bank or Equipment Rental.
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28: Biggar United Church Fall Supper, 5 - 7 p.m. at Biggar Community Hall. Adults, $15; Children, 6 - 11, $8; 5 and under, FREE. Take out meals, $15, to pre-order deliveries call church @ 306-948-2280, Genni @ 306-948-2080, Linda @ 306-948-3974; on Sunday, call Community Hall @ 306-948-3703.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4: "Saskia & Darrel, The Great Plains" CONCERT, 7 p.m. at Biggar United Church, doors open at 6:30. Come out to hear Fabulous Canadian Music with Celtic, Bluegrass, Country Folk & gospel. Tickets: $15/person at Biggar Library, Pharmasave or church office at 306-948-2280. Refreshments available for a "Biggar & District Food for Thought (food bank) donation of food or cash.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Landis Wheeatland Regional Library Annual Fundraiser… Craft, Trade and Bake Sale at Landis Community Complex. Silent Auction, Craft tables, Fishpond. Admission $1; lunch, $6.
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., New Horizons Crafters Fair, 117 - 3rd Ave. W., Biggar. Crafters from Biggar, Rosetown, Asquith, Saskatoon, Kelfield and Marsden. Everyone welcome.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8: Biggar & District Arts Council presents 40th season… "IAN SHERWOOD", 7:30 p.m. at The Majestic Theatre, Biggar. Adults/Seniors $30 (advance $25); Students, 13 and older, $15 (advance $12); children 12 and under, $5. Season tickets and Advance tickets available at de Moissac Jewellers, Biggar, 306-948-2452 or online www.ticketpro.ca
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24: Biggar Home Based Business Annual Trade Fair, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Biggar Community Hall. FREE admission; lunch provided by Biggar Skating Club. 30 plus exhibitors!!!
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27: Biggar & District Arts Council presents 40th season… "PRETTY ARCHIE", 7:30 p.m. at The Majestic Theatre, Biggar. Adults/Seniors $30 (advance $25); Students, 13 and older, $15 (advance $12); children 12 and under, $5. Season tickets and Advance tickets available at de Moissac Jewellers, Biggar, 306-948-2452 or online www.ticketpro.ca