Cafe Under New Management

Our local Cafe is under new Management under the name “Wild Horse Cafe”.  Stop by for coffee or a meal.

Stop by and check out their daily buffet and homemade soups.

You can call them at 306-442-3224 or fax them at 306-442-3225.

Hours:

  • Monday to Friday – 7 am to 7 pm
  • Saturday – 7 am to 3 pm
  • Sunday – CLOSED

 

Hometown Cafe Hosts the Middle Autumn Festival

Hometown Cafe
Hometown Cafe

 

On Saturday, September 6, 2014 the owners of the Hometown Cafe celebrated the Middle Autumn Festival with family and friends.

A number of Friends of the Hometown Cafe owners came from Regina to celebrate the Middle Autumn Festival.  It is a tradition that they celebrate each year.  They all loved their visit to Pangman and the friendliness they experienced here.

Thanks to the Hometown Cafe for sharing this Chinese Festival with our community.

Radius Credit Union Local Food Bank Drive

The Radius Credit Union in Pangman held a Local Food Bank Drive in November and December.  They received many food donations from members in Pangman and area.

They would like to thank everyone who donated food to help a family have a wonderful Christmas this year.

Winner of the Gift Basket Draw was Myra Jesse. Congratulations Myra.

New Hours at Grainbelt Agencies

Grainbelt Agencies would like to remind everyone that effective July 1, 2012 their new hours will be:

 

Monday

Tuesday,

CLOSED WEDNESDAY

Thursday

Friday

They would also like to congratulate Myra on her retirement!.

Customer Appreciation Afternoon

On Saturday, March 31, 2012 a Customer Appreciation Afternoon was held at the Pangman Community Centre from 1 to 4 pm.

Six local businesses and groups were there to thank the community for their support over the last year, namely: Radius Credit Union, Pangman Co-op, Grainbelt Agencies, Hometown Cafe, Pangman Daycare and the Pangman & District Economic Development Board.

A lunch of fresh buns, cold cuts, cheese, pickles and dessert was served during the afternoon. Door prizes were drawn for and 50/50 tickets were sold by the Economic Development Board.

Pangman Co-op Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Pangman Co-op was held on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at the Pangman Community Centre. Don Gurskey chaired the meeting.

Monica Wilson, Manager, reported that a new hoist has been installed in the garage, that building materials (lumber, gyproc etc) will be available for purchase soon. She thanked the staff for their hard work over the past year. As well she presented the Financial Report.

There were no new board members elected this year. Vera Knox, Susan Peters and Norman Merritt, whose terms were up this year, all agreed to stay on another year.

Effective March 2012 the current Directors and Officers are:

  • Don Gurskey – President
  • Vera Knox – Vice President
  • Susan Peters – Secretary
  • Monica Wilson – Manager
  • Brian Jesse – Director
  • Mark Johnson – Director
  • Leroy Hanson – Director
  • Noman Merritt – Director
  • Brad Pingert – Director

Be sure to check out the Pangman Co-op Webpage for news and store specials.

SECSD Electors Meeting In Pangman March 19, 2012

On Monday, March 19, 2012 an Electors Meeting was held in Pangman. This meeting was open to the community, with SECSD Board members, Marc Casavant, Director of Education, and the Pangman School Review Committee in attendance.

Carol Flynn, Chair of the South East Cornerstone School Division (SECSD) Board reviewed the School Review Process and the steps that will follow after this meeting.

Elwood White of the Pangman School Review Committee then introduced those members of our community who were doing presentations to the Board.  Thirteen members of our community did presentations: Chuck Jacques, Students of the Respect-Ed Team, Eileen Tunall, Pam Rowland, Mayor Rod Rowland, Gary Penner, Brian Jesse, Curtis Bourassa, Don Gurski, John Colbow, Elwood White, Brandon Tichkowsky, and James Carpenter.

Each person spoke about the importance of having a K to 12 School in our Community. They brought up concerns about traveling time to attend other schools, the safety of our students and response time for the EMS if there is an accident, the lack of after school activities due to students attending schools outside of our community, and the loss of business in Pangman, as Parents will spend money in the community were there children attend school. Others spoke about the growth of our community in the past few years, the new Water Treatment Plant, Daycare, Community Kitchen, oil coming to the area, affordable housing being developed in Pangman and area.  Local business owners spoke about their businesses and how the loss of grades 9 to 12 would effect their businesses.

Four students from Pangman School, who are members of the Respect ED team, spoke about events coming up at the school, Pink T Shirt Day and Hoops and Jump rope for Heart.  That Pangman School was the Saskatchewan winner of the Recycle my Cell Contest, and about the Mentorship Program which is held every Thursday at our school.

James Carpenter, a director of Clay Cup Developments out of Alberta spoke about their plans for development in Pangman and other areas in Saskatchewan. They have purchased lots in Pangman and are selling affordable Modular Homes, the first of which home arrived in Pangman on March 16th.

After all the presentations Carol Flynn, Chair of the SECSD Board, thanked everyone for their presentations and advised that members of the community could send presentations to the SECSD Board at 80A 18th St., Weyburn, SK S4H 2W4 until March 30, 2012.

Coffee and Donuts were served after the meeting.

Global Regina were also at the meeting.  You can read the story on their website.