Luncheon adds flavour to community meeting

The Botha Meeting will be held Tuesday, March 4, instead of Monday for this month only.

The Botha Meeting will be held Tuesday, March 4, instead of Monday for this month only. They are usually held the first Monday of each month, but the committee has decided for the Month of March, it will be Tuesday instead. Hopefully this does not cause anyone any inconvenience.

These meeting start at 11:30 a.m., with a Pot Luck luncheon, so please bring one of your favourite dishes with you to share. The meeting starts right after the luncheon, so hopefully everyone can join them at both. All seniors are welcome to attend.

Tuesday (March 4th) come out to the Botha Senior Centre at 7:15 p.m. to try out your luck. Early Bird Bingo starts than and seeing the Jackpot and Loonie Pot are both up for grabs, who knows you could be the next big winner.

That following Friday- March 9th, come on out to the Botha Hall at 7:30p.m. for another great time. The “Grassroot” Band will be the entertaining band for the evening. There will be a Pooled lunch so please bring buns/sandwiches or pastry with you to share.

Quilting takes place again Monday, March 11, at 9 a.m. at the Botha Senior Centre. So grab your quilting items with you and come on out for a great day with your friends and neighbours.

Seeing March is upon us now, get out as much as possible to the Botha Ice Arena. The doors are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. So before it warms up to much and spring is here, make sure to get out and enjoy the last few days it’s open.

I would like to wish my husband (Walter Bellair) a Happy Birthday for Monday, March 4.

Please remember the Dog Bylaw here in Botha, and keep your dog under control at all times. With any concerns please get in touch with the Village Office, or phone the Bylaw Officer at 1-866-340-2388. Let’s keep the Village of Botha looking nice and clean.

— BOTHA BOOSTER

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