Pangman Baseball Diamond Upgraded 2017

One of the baseball diamonds was upgraded this year with the help of donations, fundraisers, and many many volunteer hours.

The Pangman Peaches team was formed and played many games this year at the newly updated diamond.  They held a steak nite and silent auction on April 22nd which helped raise many needed funds for the diamond upgrade.

A new dugout was built as well as a play structure for the children. Many volunteers came out to build the play structure.

A big thank you to the Pangman Peaches and all the volunteers who made this happen. It is wonderful to see the updated diamond.  We look forward to watching the Pangman Peaches play more games next year!!


Pangman Canada 150 Day Celebration

Pangman had a wonderful Canada 150 day celebration thanks to the many volunteers in our community.

The day featured a breakfast at the community center, a farmer’s market at the gazebo, parade,  BBQ, children’s activities, ball games, bingo, buffet at the cafe, beer gardens and ended with fireworks.

Some photos of our parade.

Thanks to Allison for sharing her photos with us of the parade.

Pangman Market Train & Community Garage Sales June 2017

June 17, 2017 was a busy day here in Pangman.

The South Prairie Rail Tour Train stopped in at our market this morning.  As it was raining, the market was held in the Community Center.  There were a variety of items being sold by local vendors.

As well, it was our annual Community Garage Sales day. There were quite a few local garage sales.

In the evening, the Tour Train had their 1st Settler’s supper at the Horizon Hall.  Judy Kozman and Phil Trylinski provided the entertainment at the supper.

The train will be stopping in Pangman for the market on Saturday July 22nd, August 19th and September 16th.


Ceylon Ladies Night Out 2017

Each year The Ceylon UCW host a Ladies Night Out.

There was a lovely buffet meal and the Guest speaker was TIA FROH, who is with the Regina Police force, accompanied by her Facility Dog Merlot Who is a 24/7 work mate.

There were 160 ladies who enjoyed the evening.

Thank you for Eileen for sharing her photo.

Deep South Personal Care Home News June 2017

DEEP SOUTH PERSONAL CARE HOME is having a CLARA CLARK SHEETS FUNDRAISER! All SHEETS are 1800 TC MICROFIBRE! There are 12 colours to choose from and all sheets (twin, double, queen and king) are $50 per set, with $10 going right back to our organization! If anyone is wanting to order a set, please call Carrie at (306) 442-2043.

Payment forms include; Cheque, cash or email bank transfer to



The Deep South Personal Care Home is having a clean up and painting party!! ? Bring your work clothes, paint brushes and garden equipment, we’ll provide the cleaning supplies.

Tuesday, June 20th 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

BBQ hot dogs/hamburgers ?? salads, ice cream treats ? and lemonade will be provided all day! ? PS. We will need a trailer to haul refuse away too please.


The Deep South Personal Care Home located in Pangman, SK is currently accepting applications for residency. Our facility has 24 spacious rooms with private 2 pc bath, delicious and nutritious home cooked meals, daily activities and very caring staff. Competitive rates and, you may qualify for up to $1,800 through govt assistance.

Please call Carrie at (306) 442-2043 for more info.


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Amulet Picnic August 2016


Each year on the second weekend of August the Amulet Heritage Group meets to visit friends—young & old.  From years past it is an afternoon of pictures and memories shared with school mates & neighbours.

This year the weather was great and the buffet of food is always enjoyable. There were around 90 people this year. Perry & Pat Johnson do a great job of hosting each year. There is only a stone with the dates of the Town of AMULET but lots of memories of what was.


Enjoyed the Pitch Fork Fondue Ride on the Tour Train


The Southern Prairie Railway did one of their final trips for the the season to Horizon Hall on Oct 8th.

The ride started at Ogema to the Horizon Hall where they served a PITCH FORK FONDUE meal of steak, potatoes, coleslaw and beans. There was entertainment by JD from Weyburn, who performed big band and Elvis style music.

On this trip there was a full car of folks from various places in Saskatchewan: Gravelbourg, MooseJaw, Saskatoon, Preeceville, Endeavor, Rockford, FT.Qu’appelle, Val Marie, Wood Mountain, Buffalo Pound Lake, Weyburn, Harptree, Caronport, as well as Drumheller & Calgary AB, and St. Anns, Ont.

We had a small wait while a minor repair was done on our way back but allowed more visit time with the staff. The TOUR TRAIN has been a great opportunity for people to see the land by rail after all the years gone by. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR EFFORTS FOR US.










Thanks to Eileen for submitting this story and sharing her photos.