Lions members have fun at annual pancake breakfast. Pictured are Rimbey Lions members Tom Ford, Howard Steele, unidentified Lions member, Pat Ryan, Nick Portiek and Laverne Oberhammer. Val Browne Photo

Busy weekend at The Peter Lougheed Community Centre

Annual Lions pancake breakfast popular event

It was a busy place at The Peter Lougheed Community Centre last weekend with the Norstrom Dentral Renegade Midgets hosting Provincials and a mixed curling bonspiel going on.

Unfortunately, Rimbey Midgets lost out in semi-finals to Stettler Storm who latter went on to win the gold medal, but the games were well attended and the support from the home town was great.

In curling Rick Moon’s team defeated Jim Robinson’steam to win the A-event during the mixed bonspiel.

After an extra end of play the B-event was won by Kevin Reis’s team, who defeated Kevan Mayan’s team.

During the C-event, players also had to play an extra end. In the end, Anna Ledieus’ team

defeated Brent Heagys’ team.

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