The Pangman & Area Historical Society is very grateful for the recent donation from the Committee of the 100 Year Celebration. Thank you Connie, Joy & Eileen. The funds will go towards our efforts to collect, preserve and display Pangman & Area history.
We would like to thank LGR Internet Solutions for hosting the Pangman website for the past 10 years.
Lee from LGR Internet Solutions was very instrumental in the creation and set up of our website in 2009 and he kept the site up and running smoothly for us since that time.
This year’s Daycare Supper & Auction was a sell out. Everyone enjoyed a delicious supper of Brisket, pulled port, mac & cheese, baked beans, coleslaw and a bun. Followed by an auction of many items that were donated.
The Pangman Daycare would like to give a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who supported their fundraiser this year.
Congratulations to Brad Neiszner, Allison Sambrook Kessler and family on winning the Fall in to Autumn yard contest! They won a $25 gift card donated by Pangman Co-op.
Thank you to all the beautiful yards that were entered, and thank you to Arlene and Alicia for judging.
E. Bourassa & Sons presented the Pangman Volunteer Fire Department with a cheque of $905.00, raised from the company’s fundraising events.
Thank you E. Bourassa & Sons!
A Fall Fair was held in Pangman on October 27th, 2018 from 1:00 to 3:30 at Pangman Community Centre. This was a fundraiser for the Pangman & Area Historical Society.
The pumpkins carved by the school children were available for auction, as well as baking, preserves and more.
I am so excited to share with you our Rescue Truck now that it has new decals. Thank you ProTouch Signs for doing such a wonderful Job!
A new School Bus Loading Zone sign has been posted at the School.
The Pangman Dance Club would like to thank everyone who donated to their bottle drive this year.
With six combines, four tandem trucks and great volunteer effort, the 2018 Pangman Charity Farms crop was harvested in a few hours on September 11. The Charity Farms project, initiated by Brian and Gladys Jesse, has become the major fundraising support for Pangman School. For the past 11 years, Ken and Joyce Kaufmann have rented a half section of land to Pangman Charity Farms.
This year combines were provided by E. Bourassa & Sons, Brian Jesse, Mark Johnson, Richard Metke and Elwood White. John Colbow, Blake DeBruyne, Brian Jesse and Rodger Sambrook brought their trucks. John Colbow supplied the tractor to run the auger. Two augers were supplied by Rodger and Adam Sambrook. Durum, chosen as this year’s crop, had been seeded by Brian Jesse and sprayed by John Friesen.
At the end of the successful harvest day, Brian Jesse acknowledged the tremendous support from E. Bourassa & Sons, Farm Credit Canada, RBC Royal Bank of Ogema, RM of Norton and Richardson Pioneer Ltd. of Weyburn. Adam Sambrook was credited for his help in promoting and planning the harvest.
Also adding to the success of this year’s harvest were Ken Bourassa, Adam Farquhar, Lisa Friesen, Gladys Jesse, Elaine Johnson, Ken & Joyce Kaufmann, Wayne & Connie Lozinsky, Darren Marcenko, Eileen Tunall, and Tom Webb.