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The Community Gospel Sing in High Prairie returns after two years.
Last held in September 2019, the event will be resurrected Aug. 29 at the Nazarene Church of High Prairie from 6-8 p.m.
“COVID-19 restrictions have ended and it’s about time churches get together as a church community,” says Pastor Brian Gilroy, who organizes the event and initiated the program in 2014.
A little wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of young ball players at a fastball and baseball camp Aug. 7-8 in High Prairie.
Sarah Opheim, of Sucker Creek, instructed fastball to girls and her husband Nolan Opheim taught baseball skills to the boys at Jaycee Park.
“The camp was a lot of fun while growing the game,” says Sarah Opheim, who plays college fastball for the McCook Indians at McCook Community College in McCook, Nebraska as a pitcher, outfielder and designated hitter.
A presentation to show proposed plans to expand Pleasantview Lodge in High Prairie has been postponed to March 10 from March 2.
Design plans and drawings to add 20 units to the seniors lodge will be presented in an online Zoom information session at 7 p.m.
If the hockey season for the High Prairie Red Wings is allowed to resume in the next few weeks, plans to play at home could be on thin ice.
The Red Wings may have to leave town if COVID-19 restrictions are eased to allow the team to resume action in the West Division of the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League.
The 2019 High Prairie Elks Pro Rodeo Queen has been honoured again.
Shelby Cook received a prize Montana Silversmith buckle Feb. 2 from Louise Owens, owner/ manager of High Prairie A&W, which sponsored the buckle.
Northern Lakes College administration and staff are eager to move into its new campus in High Prairie.
However, not much can be done under restrictions in the COVID-19 pandemic, says board chair Daniel Vandermeulen, of High Prairie.
Christmas spirits were raised as High Prairie Municipal Library presented a special Community Christmas Card as social gatherings were banned in the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A virtual reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas was initiated as a unique project by library program co-ordinator Marjie Hyland.
“High Prairie Quilt guild members like to sew quilts, and then we like to give them to worthwhile causes.”
It’s the statement from club president Marla Willier, thereby reiterating what the club has done for many years, whether it be cancer patients, or residents at Pleasantview Lodge or J.B. Wood Continuing Care.
More than 50 families and individuals in the High Prairie region enjoyed a special Christmas thanks to generous hampers.
Big Lakes County Christmas Angels program distributed 54 hampers on Dec. 22, says Nicole Hanna, manager of Big Lakes County Family and Community Support Services.