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Garage sale’n granny!

There’s no slowing down 97-year-old Dorothy Downing of Rouleau, Sask. The Senior Paper caught up with Dorothy as she cruised her small town on ‘garage sale day’ in 2011.

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Threshing Day – 1912

Threshing crew on Oct. 15, 1912 at the E.A. Coon farm, west of Carnduff in the southeast corner of Saskatchewan. The equipment was owned by Joe Buker. E.A. Coon is [more…]

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Awesome Automobile

Gordon McLeod of Saskatoon, Sask. a volunteer at the Western Development Museum admires this 1908 Overland touring car on display.

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Hop, skip, leap and land!

Bob Edwards of Buchanan, Sask. takes a tumble in soft sand after a successful jump in the triple-jump event at the Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association (SSFA) provincial seniors’ games in [more…]

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Fun and billiard games!

Georgie Jones of Saskatoon has a difficult shot from the rail during competitive 8-ball tournament in the Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association (SSFA) provincial seniors’ games in Saskatoon, Sask. in 2012.

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‘Winners Never Quit’

Tiny tyke footballers are colourfully depicted by artist Judy Crawford of Regina, Sask., in her painting titled ‘Winners Never Quit’ displayed at an art show at her city’s Argyle Park [more…]

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Tribute to the pioneers

Folks representing Heritage House Museum in Avonlea, Sask., paid tribute to the hard-working pioneers. The old wagon was entered in Avonlea’s centennial parade in late June, 2012.

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Praire pride parade

Dozens of colourful entries entertained local residents and hundreds of visitors in a July 2012 parade held to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Preeceville, Sask.

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‘Success’ful Skyline Riders

Mounted members of the Skyline Riders, formed in 1993, took part in a centennial celebration at Success, Sask. in late June 2012. The riders are all from the Swift Current [more…]

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Sculpture snapshot

Darren Dean of Courtenay, B.C. attracted lots of onlookers as he used a chainsaw to carve a stool from a log at the Prince Albert Exhibition in 2012.

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Centennial Scramble

Joann Kirkpatrick of Truax, Sask., made several batches of scrambled eggs for the centennial breakfast in her neighbouring community of Avonlea in late June 2012.

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Fiddling around!

Busker Dave Sayer of Regina, Sask., entertained hundreds of visitors who attended the July 2012 Bazaart artisan event at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina.

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Breakfast Bonanza

Walter Weiss (left) and Gary and Evelyn Roszell, all of Assiniboia, Sask., fill their plates at pancake breakfast during the 2012 centennial event in their town.

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Flapjack fun!

Kitchen staff (left) Rosanna Wagner, Roberta Montgomery, and Suzanne Waiting of Assiniboia, Sask., make hundreds of pancakes at their town’s 100th anniversary celebration!

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Giving ‘er a good pull!

Doug Pearson of Saskatoon, Sask., applies plenty of human-power in starting this Fairbanks Morse 12 horsepower stationary engine during the annual PionEra event at the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon.

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Not quite a big apple

Bob and Jean Parker in west-central Saskatchewan are happy to let visitors know that New York is big, but their friendly little community is Biggar.

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A Light Draft Team

Wayne Cozart of Brownlee, Sask., and his granddaughter Kim McNutt of Moose Jaw with Percherons, Jack and Jule, in light draft horse hitch class at the 2012 Prince Albert Exhibitlon.

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Prairie parade puck pack!

Kids from Assiniboia, Sask. minor hockey team were decked out in their ‘Stinger’ team jerseys for a parade to mark their community’s Centennial in 2012.

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RCAF Women’s Division 1945

Personnel of the Royal Canadian Air Force Women’s Division stationed at No.6 Operational Training Unit (Royal Canadian Airforce Schools and Training Units), RCAF Comox, British Columbia, April 24, 1945. – [more…]

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Every point counts!

Crib players at 2012 Saskatchewan seniors’ provincial games are (left) Emma Tokarowski, Saskatoon; Dorothy Knock, Stoughton; Doreen Uhl, Saskatoon; and Gladys Rolufs, Stoughton.