March 24, 2021 Covid Update

March 24, 2021

March 24, 2021 The rise in variants is cause for concern in our province and the race is on between vaccinations and Covid 19 variants.  We remind people in Kerrobert that there are vaccination clinics being held at the PCC and to book online or call 1-833-727-5829.  We wish our Regina friends well as their restrictions increase this week in an effort to curb the threat of the Covid 19 …


March 17, 2021 Covid Update

March 17, 2021

March 17, 2021 The words from our Premier this week stated “cautious optimism” in light of increased vaccinations and lower Covid 19 numbers in most areas. He reminds us to continue to follow guidelines, stay hopeful and book in for vaccinations as soon as you can. There are clinics booked for the PCC in Kerrobert and we remind people to book online or call 1-833-727-5829. In …


March 10th, 2021 Covid Update

March 10, 2021

March 10th, 2021 I attended a lovely virtual meeting this week for members of Communities in Bloom from across Canada.  They have a new initiative: Hope is Growing.  “Across Canada and beyond, our goal is to see the land awash with gardens featuring YELLOW, the international colour of hope.  This spring of 2021, anyone and everyone, including municipalities, organizations, …


February 24, 2021 Covid Update

February 24, 2021

February 24, 2021 Week 3 of Covid vaccine arrival to Kerrobert – Warmer weather has brough people back outside enjoying the sun.  The Kerrobert Library, in collaboration with RiversWest District, has posted a Story Walk at the Hillside Lodge for those who wish to read while they walk!  If you attend, be sure to wave at the residents who live inside, they are a friendly bunch of …


February 17th, 2021 Covid Update

February 17, 2021

February 17, 2021 Feb. 17, 2021 Week 2 of Covid vaccine arrival to Kerrobert – It’s Random Acts of Kindness Week and there is no better time to spread some love, cheer and kindness as we could all use it right now.  The Kerrobert Library, with financial help from RiversWest District, provided 30 Winter Fun Kits for our community.  It included many fun ideas to stay active …


February 10, 2021 Covid Update

February 10, 2021

February 10, 2021 Week 48 of Covid & Week 1 of vaccine arrival to Kerrobert – Such wonderful and welcome news this week that a number of health care workers and long term care residents from Kerrobert were able to receive their first dose of the Moderna vaccine.  For many, including myself, this news brought happy tears and some much needed hope for an eventual end to the …


February 3, 2021 Covid Update

February 3, 2021

Feb. 3, 2021 Week 47 of Covid & Week 7 of vaccine arrival to Saskatchewan – A break in the weather saw people out enjoying the sparkling snow and sunshine.  The walking trails were full at the Fairgrounds, behind Yukon and at the Reservoir, the hill at the Reservoir saw lots of kids and families on toboggans, and there were people out with snowshoes.  Many families came out …


January 27th, 2021 Covid Update

January 27, 2021

Jan. 27, 2021 Week 46 of Covid & Week 6 of vaccine arrival to Saskatchewan – Today we celebrate Family Literacy Day in Canada.  This is a national awareness initiative that started in 1999 and has been held annually on Jan. 27 to raise awareness of the importance of reading and engaging in literacy activities as a family.  The Kerrobert Library, with help from the West …


January 20th, 2021 Covid Update

January 20, 2021

Jan 20, 2021 Week 45 of Covid and Week 5 of vaccine arrival to Sask – The recent wild weather brought some excitement to a quiet month.  There are reports of many of our residents who were stranded on the road during last weeks storm as it quickly blew up out of nowhere right at the time everyone was trying to get home from work.  Thanks to help from local individuals and …


January 13, 2021 Covid 19 Update

January 13, 2021

Jan 13, 2021 Week 44 of Covid and Week 4 of vaccine arrival to Sask – There has been no change to recreation Covid guidelines except to extend them for another two weeks.   The restrictions have not been reduced due to the increase of Covid cases and the Saskatchewan government continues to ask us to be vigilant in hopes that they do not need to implement further restrictions in …