Botha Booster: Senior Meeting will be on Tuesday, April 3rd

Bingo evening will be held in Botha on Wednesday, April 11th

Enjoy the Floor Curlers tomorrow at 1 p.m. and join in this game.

Everyone is invited to join in. Floor curling is every Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m.

One special lady from our little community is celebrating her birthday on Easter Monday, so Happy Birthday Lorraine Hankins, here’s hoping you have a fantastic one.

Hopefully all students and staff are having one relaxed deserved break, it’s their spring break.

So enjoy your time off. School restarts on April 2nd.

This coming weekend is Easter weekend, so hopefully the weather will cooperate as a number of families will be traveling.

Hopefully the Easter bunny will be good to everyone. On Easter Sunday and Good Friday there will be a lot of services held in celebration on Jesus’ Resurrection, so let’s all remember the reason for the celebration and get out and celebrate Easter.

The monthly senior meeting will be held the first Tuesday, April 3rd due to Easter weekend being a long weekend.

This starts out at 12 noon with a potluck luncheon. Please bring something with you to share. The meeting follows right after the potluck. So hope all seniors can attend.

Quilting happens on Monday, April 9th at 9:30 a.m. so please bring out your quilting items and join them that day.

Bingo evening takes place on Wednesday, April 11th starting at 7:15 p.m.

Come join the game – who knows you could be the next big winners that evening.

Bingos are held every second Wednesday evening.

The next Old Tyme Dance will be held on Sunday, April 29th starting at 1:30 p.m.

The East West Connection will be entertaining the group that afternoon. The theme for this one will be western, so if you like follow something that follows in this theme.

In closing, have a safe and happy Easter weekend.

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