Excerpts from the June 8, 1980 Triangle News
• Joanne Goulet, Provincial Course Rating Chairman for Saskatchewan, and a member of the Regina Golf Course was in Coronach and rated the Coronach Golf Course a 73 for the Women and Junior Girls. Goulet rated the course at Rockin Beach later that day.
• Mr. Charlie Winter was recognized for 18 years of service with the Faith Lutheran Church in Coronach.
• Tour Guide, Don Beattie, took students from across the province on tours of Sask Power’s Poplar River Power Plant and Mine. To date, Beattie had taken 792 people from all over the world on tours of the plant and mine.
• Two ball best ball at the Coronach Golf Course. Winners: 1st - Guy Hiltz & Randall Burns; 2nd - Tim Amundrud & Darren Clark; 3rd - Marv Day & Dolly Rieland: 4th - Jamie Lowe & Ross Strachan. High scores of the day - Brad Lisowid & Valerie Rousseau.
• “Big Muddy Country Oldtimers” cut record in Moose Jaw. Members of the group: Piano - Erlinga Holbrook, Guitar - Florence Galbraith, Accordian - Louise Brown, Violins: Dick Giles, Harry Holbrook & Edwin Skundberg and Drums - Paul Scholz. The recording was planned to be released in conjunction with the Big Beaver area history book, “Happy Valley Happenings”.
• Royal Purple host annual Royal Purple Day, honouring senior citizens. Guests were entertained by singing and dancing, followed by a cold plate supper. Guests sang a farewell song to Doctor Sherwood, who was leaving Coronach.