Calendar of winter social activities shaping up

Thanks to construction delays, in part due to Mother Nature’s non- cooperation, I’m sure, Botha grades one thru five get an extra week off as classes will not begin until September 8.

The Botha Seniors’ Centre held its general meeting last Monday along with their potluck lunch, so we will soon have their new schedule of events.

As well, they will be hosting bingo on Sept. 15, the doors open at 6:30 p.m. Mark Sept. 26 on your calender as we will be hosting a “Raise the Roof” fundraiser to help with the cost of improvements to the arena.

The community centre’s meetings resume starting Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Botha Hall. Old time dances resume this month, check next weeks news for more details. Hope everyone has a safe and sunny long weekend.

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