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(Last updated:  October 13, 2017)

LATEST PHOTOS:  New photos welcome!

 

Town Wide Clean Up Days, Arena (October 20-21):

Family Fun Night, Hepburn School (October 19):

Community Reading Get-Together, Hepburn School (October 18):

Celebrating Seniors Event, The Centre (October 5):

Photo submissions welcome.

 

Terry Fox Run/Walk Event, Hepburn School (September 20):

Photo submissions welcome.  Community members welcome at 11.00am.

 

Art on Main Event, Main Street (September 18):

Photo submissions welcome.

 

School Bulletin Board, Hepburn School (September 8):

The School Community Council and the Town of Hepburn share a bulletin board to keep parents and students informed about initiatives and events.  Check it out next time that you visit the Hepburn School.

School Bulletin Board Sept 2017

New Info posted on September 8, 2017, fueled by a yummy Pancake Breakfast!

Outdoor Classroom Project, Hepburn School (August 17):

Outdoor Classroom Work

L to R:  Ron Sigstad, Verna Eaton, Jamie Block.  Photo Credit:  Lisa Braun.

Art on Main (August 14): Thanks to all who came out.   More photos to come.

Art on Main Poster

L to R:  Sketch and photo by Cathy Shields.

Hepburn Bike Safety Rodeo (August 2): Thanks to volunteers.

Bike Rodeo Aug 2017

L to R:  Jeff Peters, Abe Klassen, Constable Vincent, bike rodeo participant.  Photo Credit:  Jennifer Beaumont Becker.

New Town of Hepburn Signs (July 28):  Thanks to Cal Signs and Designs, from Waldheim for the sign making.  Thanks to Midwest Sportswear for the logo design adjustments.  More signs will be going up around town soon.

Town Office New Sign July 27

Pictured:  Town Office Sign, by Cal Signs and Designs.  Photo Credit:  Lisa Braun.

VOLUNTEER(s) OF THE YEAR AWARD (June 18):  This year’s award went to Gil and Shelley Dueck.  They have served in Hepburn for almost 14 years in various roles.  At present, they are involved in coaching minor soccer U14 for Gil, and U12 for Shelley.  The plaque, giftcard and honour was presented on Sunday, June 18, at the end of the Community Service, with a tribute  given by Parks and Rec Board Member, Kim Poulsen.   “I have the distinct pleasure of awarding this year’s Volunteer of the Year.  When we talk about the qualities that make up a great volunteer we talk about selflessness, devotion and compassion. Volunteers give up their time and energy for one purpose… to enrich the lives of their fellow community members. It doesn’t matter what the need is, great volunteers are always quick to say “yes” and jump in and lend their support.  Hepburn is blessed to have many amazing volunteers and they are essential in making our town the great community it is, the place we are proud to call home!  This year’s recipients have been making a difference in our community for a long time. They moved to Hepburn 14 years ago and this dynamic duo began their positive impact on our community right away.  Whether it is coaching in soccer, hockey, volleyball and basketball doing various boards and committee work, in the booths at various events, without fail they were there to help. If all this wasn’t enough a few years back one of them began to train to become a first responder and has served in that role with our volunteer fire department.  In short, these two are born to serve. Unfortunately for us their time in Hepburn is coming to a close, and I have no doubt that they will continue to bless lives in their new community as they have blessed our lives.  Please join me in congratulating my dear friends and this year’s recipients of “Volunteers of the Year” … Gil & Shelley Dueck.” 

Volunteers of the Year 2017

L to R:  Gil Dueck, Shelley Dueck, Kim Poulsen.   Photo Credit:  Lisa Braun (Did anyone get a better photo than me?  Please email it to me!)

Affinity Credit Union Grant Presentation (June 16):  Affinity provides communities with funds by district twice a year.  District Funding was awarded to Hepburn for Arena Improvements in the amount of $2526.71.  Joanne Janzen, formerly of Hepburn, was at Fair Days on Friday, June 16, to present the cheque to Hepburn Parks and Rec chairperson, Jennifer Beaumont-Becker.

Affinity Grant Presentation Fair Days 2017

L to R:  Joanne Janzen, Affinity; Jennifer Beaumont-Becker, Parks & Rec.   Photo Credit: Jamie Block.

CITIZEN (s) OF THE YEAR AWARD (March 5):  This year’s award went to Rob and Kim Bushman.  March 2017, during Winter Festival.

Citizens of the Year, March 2017.

L to R:  Rob Bushman, Kim Bushman.  Photo Credit:  Lisa Braun.

REMINDERS:

Photographers, from young to old, are welcome to make submissions.  Photo credits will be given.

*Volunteer of the Year:  Nominations due May 29.  EXTENSION TO JUNE 5. Presented at Fair Days.

*Fire / First Responder Photos:   Group or training pics?  Let me know.

*Museum or Schoolhouse Photos:  If you have any photos from last year, let me know.

*Parade Marshall Photos:  If you have any photos from last year, let me know.

*Garage Sale Photos:  If you have any photos from last year, let me know.

*Anyone else look to find “The First Crocus of the Year”?  If you get any good photos, email to the office.

*Winter Festival Photos: Winter Festival was a great success!  If you have any  photos of the weekend, let me know.

*Citizen of the Year:  Pictured Below.

*Local Photos:  If you have photos of Hepburn scenery, main street, or events, please submit original photos with your name and date of photo to the office at info@hepburn.ca.

 

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Putting up Christmas Lights                 Water Project Signs

 

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First Scoop for Water Project                   Mayor Barbara Adams Eichendorf

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Sod Turning Ceremony                   Old-fashioned Threshing Demonstration

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Fair Days 2010                                Outdoor Concert

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Ball Tournament Fans

Water Project

Pipeline to Dalmeny Water Project 2011

Pipeline to Dalmeny