Last Bingo of the year next Wednesday

This coming Monday, Dec. 7 is going to be a fun filled meeting for all seniors at their annual Christmas meeting.

This coming Monday, Dec. 7 is going to be a fun filled meeting for all seniors at their annual Christmas meeting. This one will be catered to as they celebrate the Christmas season, so please do not bring anything except your appetite.The meeting will follow after the luncheon and this luncheon starts at 12 noon.

Bingo evening takes place again the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 9, starting at 7:15 p.m., doors open at 6:30. This will be the last Bingo evening until the beginning of 2016.So come on out on Wednesday for a fun and exciting time.

On Monday Dec. 14, at 9:30 a.m., come on out to the seniors’ centre and take in your last chance of quilting before the new year, as they will not be meeting till then due to the holiday season and everyone is extremely busy. So make sure you come out on the 14th and finish off your Christmas item(s).

Sympathy goes out to Dorothy Diprose and their family on the passing of Bob Diprose on Nov. 20, at the age of 79 years. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends at this time.

Hopefully everyone has their tickets for the New Year’s Eve Dance with the Old-Thyme Dance Club already. If not, phone 403-741-9861 right away and see if they have any more left for sale, before they are all sold out. It’s going to be one fantastic evening and you will not want to miss out.

If you haven’t rented a hall for your special Christmas events coming up in the very near future, phone Shaun Derr at 403-742-4811 and book your spot now for a very reasonable priced hall. It’s been newly renovated and it looks very nice in there and they have a fantastic sound system, so if you have never had a chance to have a look, get ahold of Shaun and place your reservations now.

Winter has finally arrived with a dump happening last Monday and colder temperatures, which some people are happy about, but with us that don’t like it, spring won’t come soon enough. Wonder if the snow is here to stay now?

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