Dinosaur Hunter To Speak In Pangman on March 21st

Brian Sass B.SC. Paleobiology, Dinosaur Hunter to speak in Pangman on Sunday, March 21st.

Brian Sass, a paleontologist, based in Regina, has accepted an invitation to speak at Abundant Living Centre in Pangman, this Sunday, March 21st . He will appear at the 10:30 am church service, and, following a “pot luck” lunch, which is open to the public, Mr. Sass will continue his amazing presentation, and field questions about his travels and discoveries.

On a recent interview, Mr. Sass reported, since he was a boy, he was intrigued by archaeology and paleontology. He said he occasionally assisted his uncle in search and exploration for fossils and artifacts. Science and history became his favorite subjects, and he drew top marks in these subjects and computer science. In 1990 he was attracted, as a sideline, to scientific evidences of creation and was asked to speak to small study groups about his discoveries and studies.

By 2002 he was teaching classes on Creation, Science in the Bible, and Origins and Dinosaurs at a Regina college. Further research led to two expeditions into the interior of the African rainforest, in 2003 and 2004. In September of 2009, Brian teamed up with the Genesis Park Research team to follow up on numerous reports of live Pterodactyls. This research along with missionary work among the local pygmy tribes has made these expeditions very unique and rewarding. Biblical Science, Paleoanthropolgy, and Paleobiology continue to be his main fields of study and research.

There will be no admission charge for Mr. Sass’ presentations, instead, a free will offering will be received for his work.

Dinosaur Hunter to Speak in Pangman – .pdf file to print.

Pangman School News!!

February is almost over, which means that the school year is already half over. The high school students are finished writing midterms and finals and semester two is underway.

On February 9th the students went on their annual ski trip to Mission Ridge. On February 10th, Luc Mullinder from the Saskatchewan Roughriders spoke to the student body about the Red Cross program called RespectEd. This program deals with bullying and treating others in an appropriate manner.

On February 23rd, the Saskatchewan Fencing Association will be out to do a fencing clinic at the school.

On February 23rd remember to dress up as an animal for a treat and to earn points for your team.

For more information about Pangman School be sure to visit the school website at http://www.cornerstonesd.ca/Schools/pangman/Pages/default.aspx

2009 in Review!!

Well, another year has come to an end, and a new one is beginning. Time to reflect on the events and news that happened in the Village of Pangman in 2009.

Pangman Community Christmas Sing-along!

The Pangman Community Christmas Sing-along was held Saturday, December 12th at the Abundant Living Church. About 40 people attended in spite of an extremely chilly night.

Connie Lozinsky was the MC and various members of the community contributed to the musical evening with their guitars, drums, piano and voice selections. As well, the children delighted the audience with various Christmas riddles.

A pot luck lunch of Christmas goodies were enjoyed by all who attended.

Many thanks to all who participated, provided lunch, coffee and hot chocolate. A special thank you to Pastor Gary Penner for letting us use the Abundant Living Church for the evening.

Santa Day a Great Success!!

This year Santa Day was held on Saturday, December 5th at Pangman School. It was a great success. Santa and his elves delivered “goodie” bags to all senior residents at the home and to the children.

Movies were watched and then later drawn for. When Santa arrived there were 36 excited children in attendance.

Thanks to Wayne Lozinsky, Richard Strobl and Don Allewell for making Santa Day a success.

We would also like to thank all those businesses who donated monies to Santa Day to help pay for the goodie bags and other expenses. Thanks to the Pangman Library and the Co-op Store for goody bag fillings, and to the United Church calendar fund and Arla Hanson for donating candy canes. Also, thanks to Estella Strobl, Kathy Loucks and Ginny Allewell for filling the “goodie” bags and to Wayne Lozinsky and Don Allewell for delivering the bags.