Cheers and Jeers for Jan. 10

Cheers:

Cheers to Jocelyn and Alan Dougherty for bringing the rock band Toque to the Orpheum to celebrate New Year’s 2020. Singing and dancing to classic Canadian rock songs with family and friends is a great way to ring in the new decade and Toque is a show to not be missed.

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Cheers to all of the other places in town that were offering fun activities on New Year’s Eve this year It’s good to see the variety and the fun options for people to go out.

Cheers to Graham Collie for offering the wagon rides through Estevan. You could tell the people on those rides were having a lot of fun.

Cheers to the Estevan Bruins for the hockey they have been playing lately. Goals, hits, fights and big saves give fans lots of reasons to cheer.

Cheers to the Estevan Curling Club for its successful bid to host the 2021 Viterra Scotties Tournament of Hearts and the SaskTel Tankard. Looking forward to great curling and lots of people in the community.

Cheers to McKenzie Warriner and Danielle Guina for the delightful afternoon of music that they delivered at St. Paul’s United Church on Sunday afternoon.

 

Jeers:

Jeers to those who don’t clean up their mess when in the Estevan Dog Park. It creates an unpleasant experience for those who are using the park.

Jeers to the people who insist on creating trip hazards with block heater chords that cross sidewalks. A vehicle engine is not more important than somebody’s health.

Jeers to pedestrians who insist on crossing the intersection even though there is a red light. Yes, it’s cold outside, but the rules of the road still have to be obeyed.

 

 

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