Pangman Dance and Gymnastics Club

The Pangman Dance and Gymnastics Club offers classes on Mondays from 4:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m at the Pangman School Gymn.

Teachers:  Caitlyn Fuchs and Amber Read.

Fees for 2009/10 season are $200.00 for the first class and $50.00 for each additional class.

Classes offered:

  • Gymnastics, Jazz and Hip Hop for children ages 4 and up.
  • Lyrical Dance for children age 13 and up.
  • Musical Theatre wil also be offered later in the year.

Our club would like to thank everyone who donated to our recent bottle drive to help cover our expenses. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Watch for future events and fundraisers by our group. Coming in November, Mom’s Pantry Products.

For more information please contact:

Kim Nyhus – President – 306-454-2447 or Wendy Colbow – Secreatary – 306-442-2192.

Special Celebration to Welcome Ciara Rae Sambrook

Please join us for a special celebration to welcome:

Ciara Rae Sambrook, beautiful daughter of Adam & Kristy Sambrook

When: Saturday, October 24th, anytime between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Where: Wanda Sambrook’s, 112 Loucks St., Pangman, SK

For more information call Allison at 306-442-2080.

Wall of Fame Induction

The Wall of Fame Induction will take place on Friday, October 23rd, immediately following the last session of the Fall Supper, at the Pangman United Church.

This year the inductees are: Ewart Hone and Tom Webb.

Please join us for the Wall of Fame Induction.

Fall Supper

The Fall Supper is slated for Friday October 23rd, 2009  at the United Church in Pangman.  The price is $9.00 per person and children 10 & under is $5.00.

This year there will be 2 setting, one at 5:00 p.m. and another at 6:00 p.m.  We hope that by having 2 setting this will help to avoid a wait in line.

We have put up sign up sheets at the Co-op Store for each setting and would ask that you sign in for your preferred time.

Thank you for helping with this.

Farmer’s Market – Saturday, October 3, 2009

Due to the cooler weather today, the Farmer’s Market was held indoors at the Community Center. We had a good turn out of Vendors, and a variety of products for buyers to purchase, including books, crafts, vegetables, baked bread & buns, and more.

The Farmer’s Market will be held every Saturday until the end of October from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. If the weather is inclement it will be held in the Community Center.

We hope to see your there.

Thanksgiving Hamper!!

The draw for the Ladies Auxiliary Thanksgiving Hamper took place at the Farmer’s Market this morning.

The  Winner is Candice Sotropa.

The Ladies Auxiliary would like to thank Brian Blanex, a vendor at the Farmer’s Market, for donating a variety of vegetables for the hamper.

The total raised from this fundraiser, after expenses, was $220.00. The Ladies Auxiliary would like to thank everyone who purchased tickets on this hamper.

Deep South Personal Care Home Auxiliary News!

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Deep South Personal Care Home would like to invite everybody to join them at thier monthly meetings the first Monday of the month at the home at 9:30 a.m. Our next meeting will be on October 5th.


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At present the auxiliary is selling tickets on a Thanksgiving Hamper (tickets are 1 for$2 or 3 for$5). You can view the hamper and purchase tickets at Kathy’s Place. This hamper will hold everything you need for a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner.


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We also invite you to view the painting on display at the Radius Credit Union, Pangman Branch the next time you drop in. This painting will go to the highest bidder at the end of October and would make a great Christmas present!!

Do  you have Canadian Tire money cluttering up your purse!! The auxiliary is collecting the money to be able to purchase small items needed at the Home. You can drop off you Canadian Tire Money at Kathy’s Place or the Pangman Co-op.

Farmer’s Market – Saturday, September 19, 2009

The Farmer’s Market has been held every Saturday since late June. Every Saturday we have had a good turn out of Vendors and Buyers.

On Saturday, September 19th, we had a very good turnout. About 10 or more vendors set up at the market attracting many buyers.

Buyers had a wide selection of products to choose from: fresh vegetables, homemade jam and syrup, homemade bread and deserts, puppies, books, crafts and more.