New Year’s Eve dance will be awesome

What a hopping little place the Botha Hall will be next Thursday with the “Country Gems Band” entertaining the crowd on New Year’s Eve.

BOTHA BOOSTER — What a hopping little place the Botha Hall will be next Thursday with the “Country Gems Band” entertaining the crowd on New Year’s Eve, so hopefully everyone has their tickets and are ready for some fun. With the New Year’s Eve Dance taking place, there will be no dance on Sunday, Dec. 27, so make sure you grab your tickets.

There is also no Bingo evening next Wednesday, and the one after that, Dec. 23 and Dec. 30 due to the holiday season. This group will start up again the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 6. The committee would like to wish everyone the best of the festive season, and they hope to see everyone back next year.Congratulations to all the winners at the last Bingo evening.

It’s hard to believe tomorrow is Christmas Eve, so all kiddies be extremely good and get to bed early as Santa Claus comes tomorrow night.There also will be several Christmas Eve services held tomorrow evening at different churches, so please attend one of these and get the reason of the season back into our holidays.Happy birthday, Jesus.

Several clubs will be shutting down for the holidays season and will start up the beginning of 2016, so keep your eyes open for their start up dates.

Coffee hour will continue through the festive season every Wednesday starting at 10 a.m. at the Senior Centre, so get out and enjoy a friendly visit with your friends over the holiday season.

With the arrival of the white stuff falling on our ground now, please contact the village office if you need any snow removal done, their number is 403-742-5079.

The first monthly seniors’ meeting for 2016 will be held on Jan. 4, starting at 12 noon.They are hoping all seniors can attend. They start with a potluck Luncheon with the meeting to follow right after, so please plan something for this. Please keep this date open for this, so you can attend. Thank you.

In closing, I would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas.

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