Beautiful Pots of Flowers 2018

The Pangman Economic Development  Board and the Village of Pangman have put Flower Pots around town for the enjoyment of everyone.

Thank you to Jacquie Mallory for all her work of getting the flowers potted.

They really add to our town.

Pangman Fire Hall

The Pangman Economic Development Board has taken on the job of doing a “face lift” on the Fire Hall.  Doors are freshly painted and the top boards will also be done later.  A nice improvement for Main Street.

Thanks to Keith Young for a volunteer job. Very nice–Thank you.

Redneck Suppers at the Community Centre in Pangman

redneck supper

On Saturday, June 13th, the Southern Prairie Railway hosted its first of four Redneck Suppers at the Community Centre in Pangman.

About 60 folk from the Seniors’ group at Langham and area arrived at the dock in Pangman around 6:00 pm. They walked across the way to the Community Centre where the Economic Development Board hosted a wonderful meal of red neck taters, roast squirrel (beef), roadkill honey BBQ (chicken), copperhead fixins’ (carrots), lawn clippen greens (kale salad), and dirt pie (Lazy Black Forest cake) for dessert.

The tables were decorated with newsprint and potato/radish centrepieces with cocktail sausages, gherkins and swampwater for appetizers.

redneck supper musicians

Dave Sheldon from Assiniboia and Ed Rigetti from Glentworth played country music for accompaniment and a couple ladies from the group gave impromptu vocals.

It was a lovely evening weather wise and enjoyment wise!

Thank you to Byron and Linda for submitting this article.

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Economic Development Board News April 27, 2015

The Pangman & District Economic Development Board held their annual meeting on Monday, March 30th, 2015.  The new executive for 2015 were elected:

  • Chairman – Ed Howse
  • Vice-Chair – Haley Hatt
  • Secretary – Linda Ledingham
  • Treasurer – Eileen Tunall

Debra provided the board with the Website stats for last year.  We had 8,436 visitors to the website, with 6,131 of these being new visitors to the site.  We have had visitors from Canada, United States, Germany, United Kingdom and other countries.  Debra has agreed to continue to maintain the website for the board.  She asks that if anyone has a community event they are planning, to let her know and she will post it on the community calendar.  Also, if you have photos or a story about a community event that has been held in town, please send it to her and she will post the story on the website.

Southern Prairie Railway will be stopping in Pangman during the Farmers Market on Saturday morning, starting on June 27th.

We are always looking for new members, so if you are interested feel free to come to one of our meeting.  You can call Eileen at 306-442-2145 for more information about the Board.

Upcoming Annual Meetings

March is always busy with many local organizations and community group Annual Meetings.

  • Deep South Personal Care Home Annual Meeting will be held on  Wednesday, March 25th, 7 pm at the Community Centre.
  • Pangman Co-op Annual Meeting will be held at the Pangman Community Centre on March 26th, 2015 at 7:30 pm. Coffee & Donuts will be served.  The Co-op Board has four director positions open (3 – 3 year terms & 1 – 1 year term). You can pick up nomination papers at the Co-op. Nominations close on March 24th, 2015.
  • Pangman & District Economic Development Board Annual Meeting will be held at the Pangman Community Centre on March 30th, 7 pm.
  • Pangman Recreation Board Annual Meeting tentatively scheduled for March 31st – 7 pm at the Community Centre.

Be sure to check out Events Page or Community Calendar for other local meetings and events.

Everyone is welcome to attend these Annual Meetings and your input is important.


Pangman EDB News July 23, 2014

Pangman Market
Pangman Market

The EDB would like to remind everyone that the Pangman Market is held every Saturday morning from 9 to 1. The Tour Train visits Pangman about 10:45 am or so.  If you have any items you wish to sell at the Market please note that the tables are free. It would be great if we could have more vendors to sell at the market. If you require more information about this please contact Eileen at 306-442-2145.

As well, they would like everyone to know that The Train Platform is for use by the community. It can be used for pictures or the train visit. Please note that Southern Prairie Rail has requested that any child who rides the train for the “loop-ride”  must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This is mainly because of liability.

Unfortunately, due to bikes and skateboards being used on the platform, a gate has been set up to prevent this. If you wish to use the platform and the gate is up, please contact Eileen or a member of the EDB to arrange to have the gate removed.

Thank you to everyone for their continued support of the Pangman Market.

Pangman Days August 8, 9 & 10, 2014

Pangman Days Week-end is Aug 8th, 9th and 10th.

On Friday evening we will be having a Community Supper in the Gazebo Park–Pot Luck–Meat will provided. Also we will welcome new-comers to Pangman.

Saturday morning will be our Pangman Market with a visit from the Tour Train.  If you have any items you would like to sell at the Market, please join us. Tables are free.

On Sunday Aug 10th the Amulet Heritage Society Annual picnic will be held at the Amulet cairn site. Pot luck supper utensils supplied. Bring lawn chairs. More info Perry @ 306 459-2777.

We hope to see you at this year’s Pangman Days events!


Pangman News – July 7, 2014

We would like to congratulate Dan Cordick, who was the 1st prize winner at the Ogema Fair for his apricot jam.  Dan is one of our Farmers Market vendors. Stop by at his table Saturday mornings when you are at the market to see his variety of homemade jams.

The Pangman & District Economic Development Board has recently purchased a BBQ for the Farmers Market burger lunches. This was made possible by the Community Centre Coffee Crew.  Community Coffee is served Monday & Tuesday mornings at the Community Centre.

Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to help clean up the Pangman Cemetery.


Economic Development Annual Meeting 2014

The Pangman & District Economic Development Board Annual meeting was held on March, 31, 2014.

Our new Board Executive is:

  • Executive: Chair: Ed Howse
  • Vice Chair: Byron Ledingham
  • Secretary: Hayley Hatt
  • Treasurer: Eileen Tunall

A report was presented on our website, . Visitors to the Website for 2013 were 6300 , many of them new visitors.  Currently we have 13 Sponsors for our website.

Thanks to Debra for the on-going volunteer work she does maintaining the website.   If you would like an event or article posted on the website, contact Debra via the Contact Us form.

Currently we have 16 members.  If you are interested in joining the EDB a yearly membership is $10.00. Meetings are the last Monday of each month at the Community Center.

Our first Farmers Market for the season will be on June 28, 2014. We hope to have a kick-off with a meet & greet time with the groups from town, a community yard/garage sale and a BBQ lunch and if possible a visit from Saskatchewan Tourism.  We look forward to a good up-coming summer with the Farmers Market and the Tour train visits on Saturday mornings.

This article was submitted by Eileen Tunall, Treasurer of the EDB.