Council accepts CAO resignation

A week from tomorrow, Nov. 26 is the monthly village meeting starting at 7 p.m., so please plan on attending these important meetings.

A week from tomorrow, Nov. 26 is the monthly village meeting starting at 7 p.m., so please plan on attending these important meetings.

Some of the important highlights are that the council accepted the three-year capital plan. Council also gave first reading to the Water and Sewer Bylaw 412/15.

One of the important items that are going to be discussed at this November meeting is the Disaster Service Bylaw 361/02.

Council also accepted the resignation of the chief administration officer effective Dec. 31. So please attend the very important monthly meetings the last Thursday of each month.

There has been some very needed and hard work gone into cleaning up, painting and fixing up our arena by Shaun and several volunteers in the community, so thank you to everyone. One of the big highlights at the arena this year is a new concession starting up. So please call Shaun Derr to find out when this upcoming year will be starting. Shaun’s number is 403-742-4811.

Also talk to Shaun about the rental of the hall for your events. Botha Hall has been a very busy place this month, so phone him soon to reserve your special spot.

On Nov. 29 is the Old-Thyme Christmas Dance starting at 1:30 p.m. with the Old-Thyme Aires Band entertaining that afternoon. So, you won’t want to miss out.

Have you purchased your New Year’s Eve dance tickets yet? Why not phone 403-741-9861 and reserve your tickets now for one fantastic New Year’s Eve. The Country Gems Band will be entertaining that evening. So get your tickets now, and get ready for one exciting evening of entertainment by sending the old year out, and the new year in with family and friends. All ages are welcome to attend these dances.

Bingo evening starts up again on the evening of Nov. 25, at 7:15 p.m. So, come on out for some fun.

On Monday, Nov. 30, come on out at 9:30 a.m. to the seniors’ centre to join the group to do some fantastic quilting items. They would love to see everyone join them.

Also watch out for the BCC meeting that will be happening this month, so please keep a eye open for the date and time and plan to attend.

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