New person in charge for hall and arena

There has been a change to our Botha Community lately that they would like everyone to notice.

Botha Booster

There has been a change to our Botha Community lately that they would like everyone to notice. They would like to first thank Mrs. Marsha Mailer for looking after the hall and the arena for several years now, as Marsha has decided to step down from the position now as the person taking bookings for both places. So we would like to welcome Mr. Shaun Deer to the position of booking for the hall and the arena. Thank you Shaun for doing this for us. So if you like to rent the hall or arena please call Shaun at 403-742-4811, and he will gladly help you out.

The next BCC annual general meeting will be held on Wednesday, Nov.19 at the Botha Hall, they are hoping everyone can attend. They are always looking for new members, so please join them that day.

This coming Friday is going to be one exciting evening for all children all around the country. It’s Halloween, so please slow down while you’re driving that evening and watch out for all the excited little Halloween creatures that are running around that evening. It’s their evening, so please make it safe and let them have their fun and excitement.

Talking about Halloween, the Grade 1s and Kindergartens are holding their Halloween party at 1 p.m. that afternoon. Please parents remember to send in your child’s Halloween costume with them that day. Parents and all younger siblings are very much invited to attend this exciting event that both classes are having. Please come and join in the fun with them.

Then on Saturday, Nov.1, please come out to the Botha Hall between 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. and attend the annual Botha Christmas Craft Sale. There will be a lot of interesting items to see and it’s a great way to start your Christmas shopping for them special people on your list. There is something there for. To rent a table or to find out more information on this please call Christine Wedrick at 403-742-6898. There will be a concession there that day for everyone to enjoy.

A big congratulations goes out to all the winners of the last floor curling tournament which was held on Thursday, Oct. 23. Floor Curling regular games are held every Thursday at the Senior Center starting at 1 p.m., and everyone is welcome to come and join in the game.

Nov. 1 is also a very exciting day for the big game hunters out there, so run animals, run. This is the one month that a lot of hunters have been waiting for, as the hunting season begins again. Wish all the hunters out there luck on their hunting trips, and all the best of luck getting all the meat they are after.

Nov. 3 is the senior monthly meeting again and held at the senior centre. This meeting will be starting at 12 noon with a pot luck luncheon. Quilting time also happens again on Nov. 10, so please join the ladies at the seniors’ centre that morning. Doors open at 9:30 a.m.

Every Wednesday mornings starting at 10 a.m. is Coffee Time, so come on out for a great visit with your friends and neighbors. Then that afternoon come back at 1 p.m. and join in a game of carpet bowling.

Also this Saturday make sure you turn your clocks back one hour as time changes on the wee hours of Sunday morning. Daylight saving time ends, so make sure your clocks are set for the right time.

Here’s wishing everyone a great week and Happy Halloween-ing.


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