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Apartment for seniors at Central Park Place in Biggar available immediately; call 306-948-5626
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Sherwood Apartments in BIGGAR
1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom
Heat and water supplied, wired for cable TV and satellite systems, laundry facilities, appliances, some suites with dishwashers, air conditioning, parking with plug-ins.
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Residents of Primrose Chateau continue living
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Lena Louis Laura Silvernagle (Pellegrini)
The family of Lee wish to announce she left us to be with our Lord on January 6th, 2021.
Lee was born on July 22nd, 1929 to Amalia & Camillo Pellegrini of Saskatoon, SK.
She is survived by; brothers, Ab and Ron Pellegrini; sister Maria Specht; sister-in-laws, Dode & Pearl Silvernagle; brother-in-laws, Ron Silvernagle (Jen); numerous nieces & nephews;
Her family; Donna Gidluck (Dennis), Wayne Silvernagle (Maryann), Ken Silvernagle (Wendy), Butch Silvernagle (Shawna), Sherri MacAuley (Greg), Nicole Silvernagle; sixteen grandchildren, twenty five great-grandchildren, five great-great-grandchildren.Lee was predeceased by; husband John; both parents; brother, George; in-laws, Steve De Bussac, Gabe Silvernagle, Barbra Bowker, Ed Silvernagle.
Her joys in life were 1st and foremost her Religion and her family. Her garden was her passion. She tackled many crafts and sewing. She always welcomed you with a drink of tea and some goodie. Lucky day was homemade buns.
Lee, a daughter of Italian immigrants, grew up and was schooled in Saskatoon, She moved to Biggar to work at SaskTel and met and married the love of her life, John Silvernagle. Even when she was busy raising their six children, she worked at a variety of jobs. She is remembered by many as the friendly face behind the desk at Biggar Union Hospital where she worked for 30 years.
Since retirement, she continues an active life. As a CWL member she delivers meals on wheels, helps with Diamond Lodge birthday parties, catering and funeral lunches, In addition, she looks after CWL ticket sales during the fall draw, attends all CWL meetings, sings in the choir, visits shut-ins and sews baptismal bibs.
In the wider community she belongs to New Horizons, enjoys bowling in the senior league, gardens, and participates in the senior exercise group.
She spends quality time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Lee enjoys travel and recently travelled to Italy with family.
We know Lee to be a kind, understanding and loving person who is a wonderful example of an active involved volunteer. St. Gabriel’s CWL was please to nominate Lee for the Senior Volunteer Appreciation Award.
Gerein Funeral Service entrusted with arrangements. 1-306-948-2669; ;


God is Near Us, and Listening
by Fr. Edward Gibney St. Gabriel Roman Catholic Church

We have all heard the scriptural narrative about how Jesus walked out on the water to assist his friends who were caught in a boat during a storm.
It's most obvious message is the knowledge that when we are in difficulty, Jesus comes near to us to help us and to ease our fears.
But there is one line from that narrative that seems to be out of place.
We are told that he came toward them walking on the seas, but that, “He intended to pass them by.”
Why was this? Why did Jesus choose to pretend to ignore his friends in their fears and delay his saving help?
Simply put, he did this so that the disciples, and us, might fully feel the need of his help, and earnestly request it and understand the need for it.
There are a lot of people in the world that are questioning why God has allowed the coronavirus to cause such suffering, but there are two things that we should understand about the virus in relation to God. Firstly, God did not bring this virus into the world, nor is it some sort of punishment on humanity. Even though many have lost their way and have lived sinful lives, God does not punish the innocent with the guilty. And secondly, because God gave humanity free will, He limits his intervention in the world to defend that free will, and so He is holding back altering the situation regarding the virus. Therefore, we can see that God is not responsible for the virus nor negligent in not eradicating it.
But that does not mean that God has not used this worldly catastrophe to express, to his children, their need for his help. This is a time when God expects his children to recognize their inability to address this situation on their own, to increase their prayer to the Lord, and to place their trust in God.
This pandemic has separated a great many people from their usual source of closeness to God, the Church Liturgy and the Community of believers supporting each other in the Church.
But in these times when it seems that God is distant or perhaps even has passed us by, it is now, more than ever, that we need to be making our requests for God's help and intervention.
As much as God may appear to be ‘passing us by,’ in our current sufferings, he is, in fact, walking close by us, waiting to hear our prayers and requests, so as to alleviate our fears.
May God Bless you and keep you safe.

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John Cormier
In loving memory of a
husband, father and
who passed away
January 19, 2016
No length of time,
no lapse of years
Can dim our dear one’s past,
For loving thoughts still hold him dear,
And will while memory lasts.
Ever remembered and loved by Chris, Marie and Jason (Cameron and Anastesia)
Cecile and Blair (Erika, Lauren, Elias and Josephine); Suzanne and Jon
James K. McKay
June 10, 1932 - January 15, 2019
His tender heart stopped beating,
Two willing hands are still.
The one who loved us deeply,
Is resting at God’s will.
Until we meet again
Missed and dearly loved
by Annette and Family


Duties inc, in part: pressure washing heavy equipment, trucks and trailers. Cleaning shops. Assisting where required. Heavy lifting involved. Mechanical aptitude an asset; must be safety conscious and able to work around heavy equipment.
Must have a clean driver’s abstract. Position located in Arborfield, Sk. Camp accommodation provided if necessary.
Send resume and work references to:
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Box 100, Arborfield, Sk. S0E 0A0;
Fax: 306-769-8844

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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.
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Box 100, Arborfield, Sk. S0E 0A0;
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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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