Kasabonika Lake News
February 13th, 2017
Weather: -6 feels like -11 (light snow)
- The Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) Native Wings won against the Sandy Lake Riverhawks at the Kingfisher Lake Memorial Hockey Tournament Saturday night. Their final score against the Riverhawks was 7-2.
- The annual Kasabonika Lake Men’s Hockey Tournament starts on Wednesday morning. So far there are four outside teams and four local teams competing. The two KI teams will not be coming due to a youth’s suicide in the community.
- The warmer weather expected this week has arena maintenance workers concerned about the arena ice rink conditions. “We’ll see,” said worker Darcy Mckay. “Hope for the best.” The rink is made of natural ice and relies on minus ten and below temperatures to stay hard. The arena has never had artificial ice due to a limited budget.
- Kasabonika Recreation drew the Hockey tournament team pools this afternoon. Pool A consists of Sandy Lake Riverhawks, Kasabonika Eagles, Michikan Mavericks and the Kasabonika Lake Islanders and Pool B is Kasabonika Lake Warriors, Kasabonika Flames, Team Webequie and The Kingfisher Flyers.
- Chief Eno has returned home after medical leave. He is still resting at home but it’s good to have him back.
- There will be a community energy meeting presented by the Shibogama Technical Services and the Pembina Institute Wednesday February 15. The meeting starts at 10 am in the school gym. Refreshments will be provided. This is an opportunity to ask questions about the community energy plan and gain energy literacy.
- School and daycare resume today as normal.
- The Ontario Works beading vamps workshop starts at 1pm at Nellie Semple’s place. The workshop is today until February 15th 1-4:30 pm.