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This write up of Founder’s Night is taken from the Edmonton Club GYROLOG and was written by Fred Schulte. President Peter Carter welcomed 51 Gyros and ladies from the Edmonton Club, 17 Gyros and ladies from the Sherwood Park Gyro … Continue reading
Our sincere condolences are extended to Eleanor Copeland and family on the passing of her father Charles Percy (Chuck)Edwards, August 16, 2016.
Congratulation to Rusty, Peter, and Keith for a great fun golf tournament yesterday at the Belvedere Golf Club. There were 28 Gyro’s there to enjoy the day. Trophy’s were taken home by Jack Beattie and Rick Craddock for low gross … Continue reading
On June 18th 75 Gyros and Gyrettes gathered at the AJ Ottwell Arts Centre on Broadmoor Boulevard to officially end our Gyro year and to install our 2016-2017 executive. We were honoured with the presence of our District V111 Past … Continue reading
I received this from Scott this morning. Calli seems to be recovering well, getting better and sharper every day. Looking at the Jeep again, I now believe in miracles.
I received the following email from our bulletin editor Scott Brisbin this morning. Calli was in a nasty car crash in Quebec on Sat. and although she miraculously crawled out without a scratch after hitting a power pole and rolling … Continue reading
Have you ever watched one of the cyber crime tv shows such as CSI:Cyber or Scorpion and wondered how much of it is fact and how much is fiction? Since Monday January 11, 2016 our Sherwood Park Gyro Club website … Continue reading
Thanks President Bill, you and Norma did an excellent job of the evening, the poinsettias were a nice touch and a welcomed gift for those that were able to take the one home from their table. It was good to … Continue reading
Fellow Gyros and Gyrettes They say it is the season to be jolly, and your generous and kind contributions to the Christmas Bureau, will help make a lot of families in Strathcona a little happier this Christmas. When rounded out … Continue reading