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Botha School to host Terry Fox run this Friday

It’s also Orange Shirt Day, so please come on out and support this great cause.

On Friday, Sept. 29, is the Orange Shirt Day at the Botha School along with the Terry Fox Run in the p.m., so please sponsor your child by donating to this cause and come on out to support your child.

Bingo evening is on Wednesday, Oct. 11, starting at 7:15 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., so good luck to all those who plan to be there. Everyone is welcome, come and enjoy an evening of bingo.

On Monday, Oct. 2, is the Senior Meeting starting at noon sharp. So please bring something to share with you at this luncheon and after the potluck, the meeting will follow.

It’s also picture day at the school on Oct. 2, so please make sure your kids are dressed smart and looking great.

We are only about a little over a month away from the Christmas Craft Sale at the Botha Hall. This will be held on Nov. 4, so please call Christine Wedrick at 403-742-741-7503 and reserve your table as soon as you can. The tables at the time go quite quickly.

Hopefully everyone had a great time at the last Old Tyme Dance this past Sunday. The organizing committee welcomes everyone back after the summer break, and are now ready for another fun-filled year of great entertainment. Please mark your calendars for the next dance on Oct. 29, starting at 1:30 p.m. The theme for this dance will be Halloween, so dress up in your spookiest costumes as you jive to the Country Gentleman band.

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