Big Valley United Church will host annual meeting on Feb. 5

Come out to the Big Valley Jubilee Hall for the first “Still Enjoying Winter Mingle” on Saturday, Feb. 4 beginning at 6 p.m.

BIG VALLEY BULLETIN — Come out to the Big Valley Jubilee Hall for the first “Still Enjoying Winter Mingle” on Saturday, Feb. 4 beginning at 6 p.m. This family friendly fun night will feature live entertainment by “Divided by J” playing 1960s, 1970s and 1980s rock, and there will be hotdogs, burgers and kid’s activities in the annex. For more information to join in the “mingle” call 403-740-2632 or 403-741-9800.

There were 18 players who came out for crib at the Big Valley Inn on Sunday, Jan. 29. Doug Harrold took first place by winning all of his eight games. Gladys McLeod took second place and Len Shaw took third. Gloria Emblau went home with the booby and Mary Wilkie won the regular draw. Congratulations to Doug on his perfect scores. See you all next Sunday.

The Big Valley Historical Society meets every third Tuesday of the month for their regular meetings. If you are interested in the history and preservation of Big Valley and area’s past, you are welcome to come out and see what the Society is all about. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Big Valley Train Museum building.

Historical Society museums continue to be closed for the winter months. There is a list of volunteers on the window at McAlister Motors who will open up the museum for visitors during normal hours.

The Big Valley E Free church hosts a senior lunch on the second Monday of each month at noon. All seniors are welcome. Their next lunch is on Monday, Feb. 13.

The Big Valley United Church will be holding their Annual Meeting on Sunday, Feb. 5 following their 11 a.m. worship service.

The Big Valley Legion will be holding their first meeting for 2017 on Monday, Feb. 6 at the Legion building beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Happy birthday wishes for February go out to Bruce Cartier 1, Tim Skocdopole 1, Len Shaw 2, Jan Boice 3, Mikhyla Daychief 5, Rebecca Johnston 5, Colleen Shaw 8, Gloria Saar 8, Geneva Balcom 9, David Webster 10, Tammy Webster 10, Chuck Houston 11, Terry Annable 11, Marion Annable 12, Merrick Saar 12, Jean Ross 14, Murray Stewart 14, Les McBride 14, Anthony Daychief 16, Keith VanHaga 17, Sharon Duncan 18, Caroline Anderson 19, Shawn Nyuli 19, Marie Brenchley 20, Ryan Annable 20, Andy Damen 22, Kennedy Gridley 24, and Ryland Stefanik 28.

Happy anniversary to Allan and Nora Saar 8.

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