Best wishes for 2016

BIG VALLEY BULLETIN -- I would like to take this opportunity to welcome one and all into 2016.

BIG VALLEY BULLETIN — After returning from a much anticipated and most thoroughly appreciated holiday, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome one and all into 2016. Here in Big Valley, we celebrated the season with assorted community festivities, dinners, sleigh rides, fireworks, holiday light displays and, of course, the extraordinary concert put on by our Big Valley School students.

As we put away the decorations until next Christmas and return to our regularly scheduled routines, we say goodbye to the 2015 and look forward to a new year shimmering with the possibilities. Best wishes to everyone and, to pass on one greeting I received, I hope this New Year will be blessed with humour, gratitude and a generous dose of good health. Happy New Year!

January birthday greetings go out to Takaleah Daychief – 1, Ross Annable – 1, Nicole Zoller – 1, Tom Fraser – 3, Marj Olive-Kilpatrick – 5, Lawrence Wilkie – 6, Art Tizzard – 8, Ariane Jensen – 8, Danny Webster – 11, Owen Jake Stewart – 11, Marguarite Kerbes – 12, Mike Noon-Ward – 12, Indianna Soboleski – 13, Don Saar – 15, Rod Miller – 17, Bill Kirtley Jr. – 17, Keelan Stefanik – 17, Reece Stefanik – 17, Thomas Cassidy Jr. – 17, Micah Toews – 19, Curt Watts – 22, Marian Rinehart – 25, Katherine Stillinger-Winegarden – 26, John Bolton – 26, Chad Kirtley – 27, Chase Skocdopole – 28, Austin Daychief – 28, Brady Duncan – 28, Ann Tizzard – 30, Devon Boulding – 31, Aaron Stewart – 31, and Adam Stewart – 31.

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