Big Valley fire department benefits from women’s night

The Big Valley Inn was the place to be on Saturday, April 6, for the “Ladies Night Out” fundraiser for the Big Valley Fire Department.

The Big Valley Inn was the place to be on Saturday, April 6, for the “Ladies Night Out” fundraiser for the Big Valley Fire Department.

Thanks go out to all the sponsors who generously donated the great prizes.

The Big Valley Fire Department extends thanks to the community for its wonderful support — both on the part of organizers and supporters.

If you haven’t heard, we raised $2,004.40.

Second to all the women who bought tickets and gave of their hard-earned cash. There were also several people who couldn’t come that night who gave generous donations.

Last but not least, the Kastick family has named the Big Valley Fire Department as the recipient to the money raised from the upcoming “Kastick Cup” in July. This whole community is so generous.

Eleven people showed up for crib at the Big Valley in on Sunday, after that nasty storm.

The welcome mat went out to Andrea Webster and four dedicated players who tackled the roads: Teresa Greig, Stan Nattestad, Laurence and Mary Wilkie.

First place went to Dorothy Annabel, second to Mary Wilkie and third to Stan Nattestad.

The booby went to Caroline Pound. Trudy Spence won the draw and Ernie Petrussa won the 50/50.

Crib at the Drop-In Centre attracted 16 people on Sunday, despite the snow. First place went to Lynne Palmer, second to Les Knapp and third to Edna Sugden.

This week, the booby went to Earl Ortman. Everyone had a great time.

Don’t forget that the Big Valley Beautification and Cultural Society will meet at the railway station this Thursday at 7 p.m.

Everyone is invited to attend. Members are encouraged to bring along a friend.

— BIG VALLEY BULLETIN

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