Author Archives: Jim Copeland
Since all Sherwood Park Gyro Club meetings have been suspended for the duration of the Covid-19 outbreak, I have been asked by Rikke Dootjes to set up a place on the Club website where members can keep in contact with … Continue reading
We wish Keith Bradley a speedy and healthy recovery after some fingers had an altercation with a mitre saw on Tuesday.
Jan Bradley’s mother Dorothy Squibb, an elegant lady, passed away on March 1, 2017. She was 95 years old. Our sympathies are extended to Keith and Jan and family. The Funeral Service have been delayed to ensure all family members … Continue reading
It is with a sad heart that I let you know that our friend and fellow Gyro, Rae Graham, passed away on Friday March 17th, losing his 10 year battle with Cancer. Rae’s funeral will be at St. Thomas Anglican Church … Continue reading
Our sincere condolences are extended to Augie Annicchiarico and family on the passing of his father. Further details will be posted once they are known.
All members of the Sherwood Park Gyro Club are invited to join their fellow Edmonton Gyro Club members at any or all of these events. Tuesday Luncheon Meeting, Royal Mayfair Golf Club, November 15th Time: 12:00 noon Speaker: Stephanie Perilli, … Continue reading
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.
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.