Botha Halloween party Oct. 29

Carpet bowling and card playing cancelled for the year

This Sunday make sure you head to the Botha Hall at 1:30 p.m., and dance to the music from the Country Gentleman. The theme for this dance is Halloween, so dress in your scariest outfit if you like. Everyone regardless of age can come and have fun. There will be a 5 p.m. luncheon and the organization is asking everyone to bring with you either buns/sandwiches, salads or desert to share at this time.

This coming Monday Oct. 30, is quilting time starting at 9:30 a.m. sharp, so please come on and join the group.

A big congratulations goes out to Larry Clark (our new councilor for the third division Botha and Gadsby area) and to John Schofer (school council for our area) that got voted in this passed Monday, way to go guys.

Next November Sunday 5, is Daylight Saving Time, so I guess it’s that time of year to turn your clocks back one hour, so there will be one more reminder in next week’s column, but as we all know time sure fly and before we know it, time will be here.

On Saturday November 4, starting at 10 a.m. is our annual Christmas craft sale, so please keep this in mind and come out and support our vendors that day. This sale goes from 10am.-2 p.m.

November 6, is the senior monthly meeting, starting at 12 noon sharp, so they are hoping all seniors will be able to attend.

November 7, is the 7P school council meeting, so they are hoping all that are involved will be able to come out and attend these important meetings.

Due to the lack of interest there will be no carpet bowling or card playing this year. But if there is interest and a big enough group please contact the BBC Committee and they might get things started up again. But as far as now, there will not be these activities happening this year.

Coffee is always on at 10 a.m. at the Senior Centre every Wednesday, so make sure you come on out and join the group.

Bingo evening will be held on Wednesday November 8, starting at 7:15 p.m., doors open at 6:30, so come on out and join in the fun.

Then we all know October 31, is a great and fun day for all children, so please slow down and let the children have their evening of fun. It’s their evening.

In closing Happy Halloween everyone, and have lots of fun, goes out to our children of the area.

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