|Affinity Credit Union||Hi 5 Service Station||RJ Woodworking|
||Koenders Mfg. 1997 Ltd||Schulte Industries|
|M.D Seed Cleaners
|Century 21 Diamond Realty||Monster
||Strueby Insurance Agency|
|CM Services||Oakland Millworks
|Co-Op Elevator||Ostrovsky Welding Inc.
||Trims By Zims|
|Country Classic Ceramics||Post Office|
|D.A.M.R. Fire Protection Services
|Esthetics by Whitney
||R.F. Manufacturing||Zimmerman Roofing|
The Englefeld Credit Union was incorporated in 1943. In 2004 it became a member of Advantage Credit Union. July 1st, 2013 it became a member of Affinity Credit Union, Melfort Branch. In June 2017 it closed and all banking now continues through the Muenster or Watson branches.
124 Main Street, Watson; (306) 287 371
Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 4:00; Friday 9:00 - 5:00.
The Avon representative is Deb Andrew. See her for a full
line of products. Phone (306) 287 3667.
Shorthorns have been raised on a commercial basis since the
Moellenbeck’s moved onto this farm in the early
This business is owned and operated by Brenda Strunk. It began in town but today operates from her shop on the farm. She offers a full line of greenware and finished ceramic products. Classes are offered. Phone (306) 287 3786.
This business began in 1989 and is owned and operated by the
Stroeder family. It supplies lawn turf near and far, field pickup or
delivery, installation available.
Phone (306) 287
"The only way to grow"
This was formerly Schulte's Texaco which was built in 1963 by Andrew & Marie Schulte. It is presently owned by Robert & Stella Dukes. Robert is a journeyman automotive technician and does automotive repairs. He specializes in front ends, brakes and alignments. Open Mon.-Thurs. 8 AM to 5 PM by appointment only. Phone (306) 287 3686
Koenders' diverse product line includes a wide range of
polyethylene and non-poly products for agricultural, industrial,
recreation and residential use. In all polyethylene products a special
ultra violet resistant, medium density poly is molded to create the
design. The seamless process produces remarkably durable, yet flexible
products that resist corrosion. They look sharp and stand up to the
various weather conditions found throughout North America.
Since 1979 Koenders has been committed to manufacturing top quality equipment. The 24,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Englefeld, Saskatchewan, Canada boasts state-of-the-art rotational molding and injection molding technology, highly efficient production capabilities, and unmatched quality control. It all adds up to exceptional value.
Over the years, consumers across Canada, United States, Europe and Australia have come to trust Koenders quality. The experienced staff, rural location and working relationship with area farmers provide an exceptional environment for innovative ideas. Koenders products are tested and refined under actual conditions with input from local users, giving them unique design features found no where else in North America.
You can reach them at 306-287-3139 or toll free 1-800-581-8877. Fax: 306-287-3689 or email: email@example.com or click here for more information on their products at www.koendersmfg.com.
Maurice Moellenbeck will clean all types of coarse grains &
crops, specialty grains & oilseeds.
Phone: Muenster Plant (306) 682 3330, Res.(306) 287 3758
Bryan Bader is the owner and operator of this cupboard
building and refacing business.
Phone (306) 287 4160
Ruslan Ostrovsky is the owner and operator of this mobile welding
Cell: (306) 231 8034
Roman Zimmerman builds oak grain cleaning frames out of his home workshop. Call him at (306) 287 3157
Casper Schulte Sr. started a blacksmith business in 1912. It was expanded in 1932 when son, John Schulte, joined the business. Over the years it grew with the popularity of the snow plows and rock pickers that they designed. Today this manufacturing giant operates a plant employing over 100. The list of equipment they manufacture has become quite extensive. They sell to markets in Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, Australia, Costa Rico, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Iceland and through out Canada and the United States. Phone (306) 287 3715, Fax (306) 287 3355, Email firstname.lastname@example.org. "Go Number One...Go Schulte!"More information about the history of Schulte Industries
This automotive business is owned by Brian Siroski. It began in 1985 and offers general automotive and air conditioning repair and towing services.
The SGI business was purchased from Mike Vetter in 1977 and was operated until 1991 by Gerry Strueby. At that time he went into partnership with Darrell Athmer and the present agency was opened. It also has a branch operating in Watson. It offers a full line of home, auto, commercial and agricultural insurance.
Tuesday through Friday 8:00AM to 4:00PM
Phone (306) 287-4218 Fax: (306) 287-4216
Phone: (306) 287 3656 Fax: (306) 287 3509
Sandra Athmer opened this
unique business in June, 2016. You name it and she's likely to have it:
giftware, home decore, toys, books, drinks, snacks, ice cream, etc. You
must come in to look for yourself.
Located at 150 1st Ave. E.
hours aren't set yet, call to be sure she is there.
Phone (306) 287 7890.
This business began in April 1997. It is owned and operated by Janna Zimmerman. She provides a full range of hair services for men, women and children, including: cuts, colors, high lights and perms. She also does ear piercing and facial waxing.
Located at 165 1st Ave. E.
Business hours are 9:00-5:00 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, closed weekends. Evening appointments are available upon request.
Phone (306) 287 3888.
The directorship for Watkins products is Sandy and Darrell Athmer. Phone (306) 287 3656 or 287 3331. Fax (306) 287 3509