- Monday's: Bingo @ Community Hall
Doors open at 6:30pm
- Dec 8th Community Christmas Party
(Event is sold out)
- Dec. 31 - New Years Dance
- Nov. 28
- Dec. 12
- Dec. 26
Theodore United Church:
Services 10am on:
*Dec. 10th: Blue Xmas Service followed by Pot Luck Lunch
**Dec. 24th - Xmas Eve service @ 8pm with Communion
*Jan 14 & Jan 28th
The Sask East Hockey League will begin it's fourth season the weekend of November 3-4 with ten teams participating with five teams in each division.. The Teams will play a 14-game schedule : 7 Home Games - 7 Away Games(home and home against teams within the division as well as a home and home against one team outside of the division and then one game only against the other four teams in the opposite division).
The South Division will consist of the expansion Churchbridge Imperials, Ituna Avalanche, Langenburg Warriors, Rocanville Tigers, and Wapella Blackhawks.
The North Division features the Canora Cobras, Cote Selects, the expansion Preeceville Pats, Swan Valley Axemen, and your Defending Champion Theodore Buffalos.
The Perogy Pinchers is a spin off the Theodore Catering Club which organized in 1992. The perogy pinchers started pinching in 2008 and to date (Nov. 7, 2016) have raised $71,800. Their main goal was to look after the upkeep of the hall alone, however, they have also have helped the Village with expenses for the arena portion as well. They have also made a large donation towards the Handivan bus for the Theodore Health Centre. They are very proud of their accomplishments and will continue as long as they can.
They meet up every second Tuesday of the month to make perogies.
You are always welcome to come out and help!
It all began with help from the Parkland College in Yorkton back in November 1980. After a few years the College stopped and the group from Theodore took it over. It's now 35 years later and the paper is still going strong with help from the volunteers and donations to keep it in print. Not bad for a village of under of 400 people! A subscription to the Free Press is $20.
- On the day it gets put together and into print, a lot of fine tuning is done as it's compiled article by article. When it's all said and done, 1,285 copies are either delivered to the local post office or sent out to nearby communities and to various points across Canada to subscribers and even a few head south into the U.S.
-Once the printing is done it's time to put the pages together and trust me when I say it takes a full team effort to get it done!
The Community group has been there to support Theodore in assorted fundraising events and donations to Village projects. The Board could always use a few new volunteers to help share the workload, if you think you could spare some time, drop in on a meeting some time and see if it's something you'd like to be a part of.
Stay tuned for details as the map for the upcoming year gets set so you can plan ahead and make plans to attend!
Check their Facebook Page for upcoming event information!
There is now an office in the Recreation complex open Mon - Fri: 1-4pm (no holidays or weekends). Phone # at the complex is 306-647-2345 or cell @ 306-241-6825. Email is: email@example.com