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This year’s Bentley horseshoe tournament was one of the biggest in many years.
It is back to school now, but 15-year-old Daphne Boettger from Bentley, had an interesting job for the summer.
The baking, canning and preserves and the sewing & stitchery section displays during the August fair had new conveners.
Once again, the annual Bentley fair and rodeo is offering something for everyone.
On June 24, in the Blindman Valley Ag Hall, sixteen Bentley high school graduates celebrated their completion of high school.
League champions and winners announced at annual meeting
Bentley will soon have another ball diamond to use
The Bentley ladies three-event bonspiel took place on March 11-13. The theme this year was “Round the House.”
The Bentley Men’s Skins bonspiel took place at the local rink with the first game the evening of February 26.
This year, long serving member, Keith Stephenson, was inducted as an Honorary Life Member of the Ag Society.
This year around thirty people attended the Bentley & District Agricultural Society annual general meeting in early January.
It was an all Bentley final in the Bentley Canucks Minor Hockey Novice Tournament that ran December 11, 12, 13.
There was again a great turnout for the Bentley Santa’s Celebration.
Once again the Bentley Museum has received a gracious funding donation through the BMO Volunteer Grants Program.
There were 28 teams, with many who enter year after year, entered in the four-event Bentley Farmer’s Bonspiel.
For the November 21 Bentley Christmas Farmers Market the weather was unseasonably good.
About 30 people attended the Bentley Curling Club’s annual fall general meeting on October 7.
The Bentley Baking, Canning and Preserves bench show again displayed a variety of goods.
September 18 was a cool morning but some Bentley school students were busy cooking up a storm outside on big barbecues.
The Bentley Skating Club is gearing up for another season.