Big Valley United Church plans Christmas Eve service

Big Valley Free Church hosting ‘Kids Klub Christmas’

Big Valley’s United Church is pleased to welcome the Erskine Choir to the Sunday service on Dec. 10. Everyone is welcome. December services will be held at 11 a.m. on the 3, 10, and 17. On Sunday, Dec. 24, the Christmas Eve Candle Light Service will begin at 4 p.m.

The Big Valley-Free Church extends an invitation to their Kids Klub Christmas concert to be held at the church on Friday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. Also, in place of their usual monthly senior’s luncheon, seniors are invited to a Christmas banquet at Salem Acres on Saturday, Dec 9 beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Eleven players came out for crib at the Big Valley Inn on Sunday, Nov. 25. Dale Kobe took home first, Stan Nattestad took second and Lawrence Wilkie went home with third. A big welcome to Chris Carter, visiting our village from Ontario, who won the booby. Betty Bell went home with the regular draw. Congratulations to all. Big Valley Inn crib tournaments take place every Sunday beginning at 1 p.m. All adults are welcome.

The Big Valley Legion will meet at the Legion Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 5 beginning at 7 p.m. New members with applications are asked to please attend. Stay for Christmas snacks after the meeting.

The Big Valley Agricultural Society will be holding their annual general meeting on Monday, December 11 at the Jubilee Hall Annex beginning at 7 p.m. If you are interested in learning what the Ag. Society is all about, come on out to the meeting and find out what they are up to.

Time is running out. Don’t forget to register your children for Big Valley’s annual Children’s Christmas Party scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 10. Everyone is welcome to attend though gifts are arranged only for children 10 and under. To register call or text Brenda at 403-740-6552 or Catrina at 403-741-7320.

December birthday wishes go out to Catrina Dubitz – 2, Rose Johnson – 2, Parker Van Haga – 2, Brenda Meyer – 3, Raymond McCrindle – 5, Margaret Johnson – 6, Kelly Titus – 6, Soren Jenson – 6, Chanse Stefanik – 8, Lois Miller – 9, Don Lane – 10, Joan Grover – 12, Chad Ponto – 12, Jacob Webster – 13, Fransisco Laisnez – 14, Myrna Saar – 14, Verna Kirtley – 14, Erin Wilkie – 16, Ann Muhlbach – 18, Sharon Watson – 19, Elaine McCrindle – 19, Dennis Johnson – 20, Lynn Martin – 23, Allan Saar – 24, Walter Stefanik – 26, Rod Couturier – 26, and Gail Johnson – 27.

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