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Profiles: Ken Pawlachuk is a man of many different hats

Profiles: Ken Pawlachuk is a man of many different hats

Ken Pawlachuk has worn many different hats, but right about now he prefers a Santa cap. “I enjoy sharing Santa this time of the year,” says Pawlachuk, who acts as one of “Santa’s helpers” each holiday season.

Senior citizens card results: Flin Flon Seniors, North Sask Seniors

Flin Flon Seniors Ladies’ Spades , Dec. 6: Irene Young, first, 855; Julie Chambers, second, 756; Millie Quesnel, third, 720; Effie Todoschuk, low, 505. Men’s Spades , Dec.

What in the world has God done?

Is it possible that there is a God who is involved in human affairs? Not everyone believes in such things.
Keeping up with the Jennissens

Keeping up with the Jennissens

Since he retired from provincial politics five years ago, things have changed for Lisa and Gerard Jennissen

Community quiz part 2: test your knowledge

Test your knowledge of the Flin Flon area’s past and present with The Reminder’s latest community quiz. 1. “Stag” was the first word in a recreational facility once based on Main Street. What sport did people play there? 2.
Now and Then: Yesteryear’s Christmas cheer

Now and Then: Yesteryear’s Christmas cheer

Funny what I remember. Like this example of a 1940’s Flin Flon kid’s version of a song for the holiday season: “Good King Wenceslas last looked out, when a snowball hit him. Hit him right upon the snout, pure and crisp and even.
Hapnot Collegiate students broaden perspectives at WE Day

Hapnot Collegiate students broaden perspectives at WE Day

A number of Hapnot Collegiate students have returned from an event eager to make a difference.

Senior citizens’ card results: Flin Flon Seniors

Flin Flon Seniors Ladies’ Spades, Nov. 22: Laurie Partridge, first, 857; Pearl Wright, second, 816; Ann Hardy, third, 805; Louise W, low, 495. Men’s Spades, Nov. 22: Earl, first, 814; Kimberley, second, 791; Bob Quinn, third, 775; Gordon, low, 571.

Saskatchewan government backs anti-bullying measures

The Saskatchewan government has pledged more than $200,000 to three organizations working to address bullying and promote positive relationships in the province’s schools.

The Reminder welcomes letters to Santa Claus

The Reminder is proud to once again publish children’s letters to Santa this holiday season. Letters should include the child’s first name and age. Last names are optional. Letters may be emailed to news@the reminder.
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