News & Announcements
- Canada Day Parade
- Canada Day 2015
- New Doctor Announced
- Water Ban
- EMO Event
- Canada Day 2015 at the Museum
- Museum Art Reception
- Aug Long Golf
- Expanded Physio Services
New Doctor Commences Practice in Eston
June 1, 2015
The Doctor Recruitment Committee is pleased to annouce the arrival of Dr.Tokunbo Dabiri at the Eston & District Medical Clinic commencing June 8, 2015. Dr. Dabiri will collaborate with Dr. Bofoya for the first week before assuming full duties at the clinic.
Dr. Dabiri has been living the past three years in Scarborough, Ontario, where he has been preparing himself for the examination process here in Saskatchewan to become a doctor. Prior to that he practiced as a family doctor in Nigeria for 13 years. Joining Dr. Dabiri will be his wife Temmie, who is a registered nurse and midwife (not yet licensed to practice in Canada), and their children Shemah (11 years) and Judah (9 years). We look forward to their arrival in July upon the completion of their school year. A welcoming reception will be planned following the family’s arrival in Eston.
Clinic Hours will continue at this time to be Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
June 10, 2015
The Town of Eston has once again implemented No Water Wednesday. Effective immediately and until further notice, residents and businesses are asked to refrain from watering every Wednesday so that the Town can do watering on that day and community water levels can be better managed.
Your cooperation is appreciated.
EMO Hosts Free Supper and Speaker Event
Come out June 23 at 6:00 pm to the Community Complex for a free beef on a bun supper. There will be a presentation by Environment Canada Meteorologist, Terri Lang. Her presentation will be on weather and its different patterns, as well as things to watch out for and be aware of. We will have lots of information and trinkets for guests and the Fire department and EMS will have booth displays and draws. Please come out meet your local EMO Coordinator, Don Brown, and learn valuable information on dangerous weather and how to prepare for it!
Join your friends and neighbours for July 1 Canada Day celebrations at the museum.
12:00 pm - Beef on a bun; $8/plate
2:00 pm - Lemonade, cookies and homemade ice cream on the verandah
Music by local band Hidden in Plain Site All museum buildings will be open and there will be games for the kids View paintings by local artist Christine Code in the Heritage Gallery Bring lawn chairs for seating.
Local Artist Exhibit and Wine & Cheese Reception
Thursday, June 25
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Prairie West Historical Centre
Joins us for a wine and cheese reception and viewing of paintings by local artist Christine Code.
Community Health Services Continue to Expand
June 25, 2015
The Town of Eston and the RM of Snipe Lake announced today the anticipated expansion of health services to the community. Physiotherapist, Shelene Germain, who has served the community one day per week for the past year and a half is expanding services further. Germain will be increasing her presence at the Eston & District Medical Clinic, occupying her own clinic space, and offering services an additional half day per week or more.
“I am pleased to be able to provide services to the community and surrounding area,” commented Germain. “It has been busy and with my regular clientele, I need some additional flexibly to try to fit in new clients.”
Based in Kyle, Saskatchewan, Germain offers physiotherapy and acupuncture services in Eston every Thursday and will be adding either Wednesday afternoon or Friday morning to her schedule, depending on demand.
The announcement comes only weeks after the arrival of Dr. Tokunbo Dabiri, the community’s new family physician, also located at the Eston & District Medical Clinic, who began offering services on June 8, 2015.
In addition to the space the physiotherapist will be occupying, the remainder of the Eston & District Medical Clinic will be occupied by Dr. Dabiri and Beechinor Chiropractic Clinic which includes Chiropractor, Dr. Marsha Beechinor and Registered Massage Therapists, Lisa Watson and Kaylie Pederson.
For appointments contact:
Shelene Germain, Physiotherapist – 306-893-8198
Beechinor Chiropractic Clinic – 306-962-4777
Dr. Dabiri – 306-962-3616
Welcome to the Town of Eston
The Town of Eston is located in the heart of West Central Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 44 and 30.
The town boasts a busy business district with services including a drug store, a grocery store with liquor vendor, two motels, restaurants, two gift shops, a bakery, a service station and a card lock, a bank, a credit union, a dumping station....