Botha booming with dances, food and recreation

This is a final reminder of the old-time dance scheduled for this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Botha Hall.

This is a final reminder of the old-time dance scheduled for this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Botha Hall.

The entertaining band will be the “Grassroots Band.”

So make sure you put your dancing shoes on and come out for a great time.

The organizers have planned a pooled lunch, so bring one of your favourite dishes with you to share with everyone else at the dance.

Military Whist also happens this coming Monday, Oct. 15, starting at 1:30 p.m. at the Senior Centre. Come on out for a great card game and have fun.

For anyone who would like to participate, but isn’t familiar with the card game, instruction will be provided.

Justin Hankins is celebrating his birthday this coming Tuesday, Oct. 16. Happy Birthday, Justin!

Bingo evening happens again Tuesday, Oct. 23, starting at 7:15 p.m. Come out and try your luck — you could be the next big winner.

Don’t forget the floor tournament slated for Thursday, Oct. 25, starting at 9 a.m. at the Botha Senior Centre. Put a team together and come out for a great time.

To register a team, call Robbie Kary at 403-742-2116.

Botha Christmas Craft Sale is being held the weekend of Nov. 2-4. To book a table, phone Marsha Mailer at 403-742- 2559. Everyone is invited to join.

Don’t forget every Wednesday morning, starting at 10 a.m., it’s coffee time at the Botha Senior Centre. Then on Wednesday afternoons, come out for carpet bowling. It starts at 1:30 p.m.

Both activities take place at the Botha Senior Centre.

Floor curling happens every Thursday at 7 p.m. Come on out for a great time.

Church services happen at 1 p.m. every Sunday afternoon for the month of September, so come on out and worship with them.

The Botha Community Centre is delighted to have the raw talent studio in the hall four days per week. The hall will continue renovations, with bookings for a year in advance.

If you have any questions or would like to be on the board, contact Lorraine Hankins at 403-742-1155 or email jhankins@xplornet.com.

With school in session, it seems hard to believe the students are into their second month already … where has the time gone?

Botha students have been busy, like usual, and everything is going in full force now.

Motorists are advised to please watch out for the kids walking to and from school.

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