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Apartment for seniors at Central Park Place in Biggar available immediately; call 306-948-5626
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Michael Bernard Baroni
September 15, 1942 – March 12, 2021
It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our father Michael Bernard Baroni who passed away peacefully in the long-term care facility in Biggar on March 12, 2021 at the age of 78.
He is survived by his daughter Tina and her children Kevin, Kaitlyn and Karissa; his daughter Lana (Dan) and his son Marty (Destiny) and his children Hailey and Isabella.
Michael was predeceased by his wife Louise (Stang) and his parents Martino and Gertrude. He is also survived by numerous family members and friends.
Michael was born in Neepawa, Manitoba and moved to Calgary, Alberta when he was twelve. He married Louise on May 22, 1965 and upon retirement moved to Kerrobert, Saskatchewan.
After Louise’s death in 2012, Michael moved to Biggar, Saskatchewan.
We will miss his smile and giggle he had for everyone he knew.
There will be a private family graveside service on Saturday, March 20, 2021.
Donations in memory of Michael may be made to the Alzheimer Society, 1405 Faulkner Crescent, Saskatoon SK S0K 0M0.
Arrangements entrusted to
Gerein Funeral Service.
Annie Antifaev
June 20, 1931 - March 7, 2021
As our family mourns the passing of our dear Mother, Grandmother and Great-grandmother we would like to share some of Annie's life's journeys. Annie was born to Demian and Emma Raichuk in Stetichevo, Poland. Her family moved to Canada in August 1939, just prior to World War II and settled in the Arelee area. In 1950 Annie married Alex Antifaev and began her life as wife, farmer and mother. Farm life included many jobs like gardening, food preparation with much Ethnic flair, caring for livestock and during her spare time sewing quilts for all the family. In the early 1980's Mom and Dad semi-retired and moved to Perdue where they continued gardening and lesser jobs on the farm. Six years after Dad passed away Mom choose to move to Saskatoon where she continued to live for the next four years.
Annie is survived by her three children: Gwen, Viola (Gary), and Robert (Nellie); brother Fred; grandchildren; Ryan, Hawk (Kalin), Vicki, Eleanor (Blaine) and Amanda; great grandchildren Ethan, Scarlette and Athena, as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews. Annie was predeceased by her parents Demian and Emma, husband Alex, brother Walter, sisters Ruby, Nettie and Mary, and son Glen.
Lastly Annie said, “We all may go to different churches, but in the end we all walk together.”
Our family extends our deep appreciation to all the health care supporters involved in the last days of Annie's life.
Due to COVID restrictions, a private family graveside service will take place at the Arelee Mennonite Brethren Cemetery at a later date.
In lieu of flowers donations in Annie's memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association.


God is Near Us, in our Difficulties
by Father Ed Gibney, St gabriel Catholic Church
In this time when the entire world is facing the affliction of spreading illness and even death, it is a good time to listen to the words of Hosea as he offers us guidance to understand why there are any difficulties in our lives.
He says, “When Ephraim and Judah acknowledge their guilt and seek my face, then they shall cry out to me.”
One positive thing that can grow out of earthly difficulties is that we can be drawn to recognize our need of God. Therefore, whether it is individual afflictions that trouble each of us or the wider pandemic the world faces today, it is valuable to look upon these difficulties in the light of the sinful imperfections in our lives that have separated us from God, and the mercy that God offers to draw us back.
Now, I am not suggesting that COVID or any of the other afflictions we face are the result of sin; as if they were God's punishments, but these difficult times create for us a good opportunity to contemplate how we could be living our lives better. Unfortunately it is human nature that we continue in our imperfect ways until we face some calamity which shocks us into remembering the importance of God in our lives.
In these cases, the difficulties we face cause us to look beyond ourselves and recognize how all of us need God’s assistance. In times of affluence, happiness, health and peace, God is often forgotten, but in the face of adversity there is a tendency for humanity to raise its mind to heaven. Again through Hosea the Lord tells us, “In their distress they will beg my favour,” and we will respond, “Come, let us return to the Lord for he will heal us.”
In times of difficulty we seek forgiveness for careless, self-serving days; to seek the favour of God which has been lost through our own actions; to seek the help which, in better days, has been ignored. We often need to face difficulties that humble us before we again place our trust in God. And those that turn to God, in humility and with a contrite heart, will not do so in vain.
But for those who have accepted the need for humility in their lives it is not necessary to face affliction before turning to God. Humility acknowledges God’s helping hand in all things, every day, and so the humble can seek a closer relationship with God, without the afflictions that arise in the world.
God calls us to humility for humility assists our trust in God, and our trust in God is a sign of our humble love for God.
May God Bless you and keep you safe.

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Must have a clean driver’s abstract. Position located in Arborfield, Sk. Camp accommodation provided if necessary.
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Box 100, Arborfield, Sk. S0E 0A0;
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Heavy Duty Mechanics
Late model, clean CAT, JD equip; winch, dump, gravel trucks, and trailers. Both camp and shop locations; R & B provided
Wage negotiable. Clean drivers abstract a must.
Send resume and work references to:
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Box 100, Arborfield, Sk. S0E 0A0;
Fax: 306-769-8844

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Biggar Associated Gospel Church
corner of 8th Ave. W. and Quebec St., Biggar
Worship Service • SUNDAY 10:30 a.m.
Children's Sunday School during worship service
Pastor Doug Motz, Church office phone, 306-948-3424

Biggar United Church
907 Quebec St./corner Turnbull Ave., Biggar
Sunday Worship Service • 11 a.m.
Covid restrictions apply

St. Gabriel Roman Catholic Church
109-7th Ave. W, Biggar Father Edward Gibney
Parish Phone: 306-948-3330
Saturday Mass Time 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass time 11 a.m.
Sunday School during service
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church
Landis, Sask. Father Edward Gibney
Mass Time • Sundays • 9 a.m.

PALs APRIL Worship Services
Services suspended due to Covid-19 for more information contact Cindy Hoppe at 948-2947 or John Bennett at 948-2852

Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Saturday Services
Contact: 306-948-2481

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