Big Valley Golf Society’s AGM set for May 4

Individuals interested in the plans for the 2017 season are invited to attend.

BIG VALLEY BULLETIN — Stettler Regional Fire Department Station 2, Big Valley crew celebrated firefighters Dan Houle and Ben Lauweryssen who earned their yellow helmets with a combination of courses taken and years served. The ceremony was part of the annual Stettler Regional Fire Department appreciation night held at the Big Valley Community Hall on Sunday, April 30.

The Big Valley Golf Society will hold their annual general meeting (AGM) at their club house on Thursday, May 4 at 7 p.m. Individuals interested in the plans for the 2017 season are invited to attend. The Society is also organizing a work bee for May 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tasks needing to be accomplished range from easy to strenuous, so volunteers of all abilities and ages are invited. A hot lunch will be provided.

Ladies, could you use a night out? Big Valley Ladies’ Golf begins this year with a free night of golf on Wednesday, May 3 at 6 p.m. Come on out for some fresh air, exercise and a few laughs. This noncompetitive ladies league will meet every Wednesday evening from now until September.

The Hivernant Metis Cultural Society presents their annual “Spring Fling” this Saturday, May 6 at the Big Valley Community Hall. Doors open at 4 p.m. Come on out to enjoy supper and dance to a live band at this family friendly evening.

Don’t forget to bring Mom out to the annual Mother’s Day Breakfast at the Community Hall on Sunday, May 14 from 9 to 11 a.m.

Begin the rodeo season at Big Valley’s annual Bust Out Rodeo on May 26 and 27. Action begins at 6 p.m. on Friday and 5 p.m. on Saturday with a dance to follow Saturday night. For more information on this year’s event contact Tom Cassidy at 403-740-3488.

May birthday greetings go out to Sandra Schell 2, Alana Stefanik 4, Tom Cassidy Sr. 5, Andrea Webster 6, Joy Walker 7, Dale Johnston 7, Cheryl Bartley 8, Erika Stefanik 8, Trudy Spence 8, Hudson Stewart 8, Wayne Garrison 9, Marilee Colp 10, Tennille Daychief 10, Bentley Stewart 10, Chantel Dubitz 15, Eldon Stewart 15, Teresa Greig 16, Abigail Webster 17, Rilynn Stewart 20, Mike Soboleski 21, Marie Claire Clark 24, Deanna Skocdopole 25, Wyatt Thurston 25, Pat Parkin 26, Dallas Gordon 26, Tim Burnstad 27, Barry Bolton 28, Earl Ortman 28, Christopher Rowland 29,Tess Thurston 29 and Madison Tizzard 30.

Happy Anniversary to Don and Margaret Lane 1, Art and Ann Tizzard 4, Wayne and Holly Skocdopole 7, Rick and Carmen Tizzard 9, Bob and Sue Boswell 12, John and Marian Rinehart 20, Wilf and Dorothy Dressler 22, Russel and Alice Faye Watts 28, Eric and Rachel Toews 29 and Clint and Erin Wilkie 29.


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